The player joins Numancia’s training this Saturday and will be presented to the media on Monday. He will wear the number 16 on the shirt, the number that has been released after the departure of Carlos Gutierrez to the Japanese team of the Fukuoka Wasp. The player met the current coach of Numancia, Luis Carrión, when they were both in Cordoba. This was announced a week ago, and this Saturday has been confirmed. The Numancia has reached an agreement with Granada so that the central Bernardo Cruz plays in the Soriano team as a loan until the end of the season. Cruz started this season at Alcorcón, a team that the Reds will face next Wednesday. With the potter set he has played a total of four games. Bernardo Cruz Torres (Córdoba, July 17, 1993) measures 1.90 meters and has more than 100 matches in the Second Division and has played in the category with several teams such as Córdoba, Racing Club, Sevilla Atlético, CD Lugo, Granada CF and AD Alcorcón.
Alishia Topper Vancouver City Councilor Jeanne Stewart has drawn a second opponent.Alishia Topper, 34, announced her candidacy on Tuesday.Filing week starts Monday at the Clark County Elections Office. Candidates may also file online at http://clarkvotes.org.Topper, senior director of development for the Fort Vancouver National Trust, said her priorities are public safety and security, economic viability and sustaining the city’s parks and open spaces.Topper said she supports the Columbia River Crossing.“I see the need for a safe new bridge, but that decision is going to be made in Olympia before this election,” Topper said. If state lawmakers approve funding and the megaproject stays on schedule, Topper said, the council needs to address concerns about what impacts construction will have on downtown businesses.“If we don’t build the bridge, we’re going to have to have a plan for how we are going to move forward,” she said.Topper and her husband, Ryan, live in the Hough neighborhood. She serves on the governing boards of Columbia Credit Union, Columbia Springs Environmental Education Center, Vancouver’s Downtown Association and the Rotary Club of Vancouver Metro Sunset.