Man dies trapped inside house fire

first_imgThe Bureau of Fire Protection said the blaze started around 10:30 p.m. on Saturday. Arson investigators have yet to determine the cause and origin of the fire./PN The victim was temporarily living in the house with his brother Rodjun Kent Allanic, who managed to get out of the house. Police identified him as house caretaker Rojhan Kent Allanic.Allanic’s remains were discovered in the comfort room of the house, owned by Regina Weiss.center_img Rodjun sustained minor burns on the body and already received medical treatment. ILOILO City – A man died after he was trapped inside a burning house in Barangay Sulangan, Dumangas, Iloilo.last_img read more

Report: UCF frat forced pledge to use cocaine for initiation

first_img(Orlando, FL) — A University of Central Florida fraternity has been placed on disciplinary suspension for the remainder of the semester as well as the upcoming spring semester for allegedly forcing a pledge to snort cocaine.According to a UCF incident report, Sigma Chi members blindfolded a pledge on Oct. 26 and forced him to use the drug to be initiated.The chapter attempted to appeal the suspension, but was unsuccessful.UCF officials released the following statement on the incident:“At UCF, our top priority is the safety and wellbeing of our students. Student organizations that endanger their members and violate the university’s code of conduct must be held accountable. Hazing in any form is unacceptable. We are thankful to the chapter members and others who had the courage to speak up so the university could investigate. UCF plans to bring chapter leaders together to discuss new ways to reinforce their commitment to Greek values. University leaders also are planning more frequent training to develop and strengthen up-and-coming chapter leaders who will step in when experienced chapter presidents and board members graduate. UCF offers resources to prevent hazing, including bystander intervention training; an anti-hazing webpage and online tutorials; and required workshops for freshmen, transfer students and leaders of Greek-letter fraternities and sororities. There are also multiple ways to report hazing:UCF, which is investigating, says hazing in any form is unacceptable, and it thanks those who came forward.The frat is already on suspension for a party at a resort in the Keys that led to police having to be called to help remove the students.last_img read more

Bowling Warriors charge to wins over ESM, Auburn

first_imgAnd it didn’t stop there, either as Zak Ormsby’s 266 capped a 623 series, while Deacon Roberson had a steady 611 set and Brandon Davis closed with a 258 to earn a three-game total of 603.The Liverpool girls 3-0 victory featured a deep, well-balanced effort as Ashley Hardy, with games of 199, 195 and 183, led the way, finishing with a 577 series.Makenzie Gill’s season-best 245 game led to a 561 series, whiel Makenzi Ormsby’s 216 game was part of a 556 set. Dominique Cimini added a 512 series (193 high game) as Brandi Harmon contributed a 457 set. Liverpool followed up with a match against Auburn on Thursday afternoon at Falcon Lanes, and the Warriors managed to win on both sides over the Maroons equal 2-1 margins.In the boys match, Dylan Roberson opened with a 279 and finished with a 676 series. Winzens’ 628 included games of 233 and 226.Ormsby was steady shooting a 613 series, while Deacon Roberson had a 562 series and Davis got a 546 set. On Auburn’s side, James Wilkes had a 603 series and Alex Guzewicz had a three-game total of 569.When the Liverpool girls defeated the Maroons 2-1, it took Hardy shooting 207 and 224 to close out a 577 series, while Gill’s 216 was part of a 550 set and Harmon shot a 190 early in her 500 series. Amber Pidlypchak (583 series) and Kaylee Hodson (556 series) both bowled well for Auburn.That same Thursday, Cicero-North Syracuse met Christian Brothers Academy, where it prevailed 3-0 on the girls side as Jessaia McGriff had a 544 series and Brianna Mabee shot a 193 game on her way to a 506 set.This followed, by a day, the Northstars’ 3-0 win over Cortland, which broke up the Purple Tigers’ season-opening five-match win streak.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: bowlingC-NSliverpoolcenter_img Both of the Liverpool bowling teams were already displaying fine form, especially in last Tuesday’s pair of matches against East Syracuse Minoa.Competing at Strike-N-Spare Lanes, where the Spartans moved for home matches when Bowl-Mor closed earlier this year, the Warriors won a pair of 3-0 decisions.Devin Roberson was superb in the boys match, shooting a league-best total of 758 helped by games of 267, 244 and 258. Josh Winzens shot 10 strikes in his second-game 288 that was part of a 713 series.last_img read more

WBB : Syracuse still trying to perfect defense in final stretch of season

first_imgIt sounded like a good plan. One that would elevate Syracuse from an NCAA tournament outsider to tournament participant. Increase intensity on defense, force turnovers and then convert to points on offense.As the season’s end rapidly approaches, though, the pressure defense hasn’t panned out quite as flawlessly as the Orange would’ve hoped. While it has created opportunities in some games, it has fizzled in others. Overall, SU’s pressure defense has had its ups and downs in a rocky season.‘I think we’re doing pretty well with it,’ guard Carmen Tyson-Thomas said. ‘We’re not forcing as many turnovers as we would like to. But we’re getting steals out of it. When we come and we press teams, we’re getting what we want out of it. They’re slowing the ball down, and they’re making some bad decisions.’Though the full-court press that head coach Quentin Hillsman introduced at the start of the season has forced some turnovers, it still hasn’t provided the answer Syracuse was looking for to make it a member of the Big East’s elite. Typically, when the Orange sets up its defense, it falls back into a 2-3 zone, just as it has for the last several seasons. Every once in a while, Hillsman will call for the press to catch opponents off guard, but SU still finds itself struggling in conference play. Syracuse (14-9, 3-6 Big East) will have its next opportunity to continue to improve its pressure defense when it plays South Florida (12-11, 4-5) on Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Carrier Dome.SU sits in 11th place in the Big East in steals with 9.1 per game. In Syracuse’s last game against lowly Providence, the Friars notched nine steals while SU managed to get only four. But on a night when Providence performed poorly on offense and Syracuse shot lights out from the field, SU’s pressure defense wasn’t needed as the Orange cruised to an 80-54 victory.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textStill, four steals is less than what SU expects to get, regardless of whether it’s playing the press or a zone defense. And it’s clear that when Syracuse does force turnovers, wins come more easily.Against Pittsburgh on Jan. 7, the Orange forced the Panthers into 23 turnovers, leading to 23 points in an easy win. Down at Seton Hall, the Pirates committed 14 turnovers, which created 25 points for Syracuse. It’s those types of games, Hillsman said, that show how pivotal the press can be when it’s working right.‘It’s been good. Obviously, against Seton Hall, I think our pressure defense won the game for us,’ Hillsman said. ‘Down at Boise State, that game it won the game for us. Then against UConn, in the first half, it kept us in the game and kept us with the opportunity to win the game.’Perhaps the biggest issue hampering the Orange’s ability to use the press more consistently and effectively is SU’s poor play on the offensive end. All season — with the exception of its game against the Friars in which it shot nearly 58 percent — Syracuse has struggled shooting. Too often, the Orange’s shortcomings on offense have prevented it from setting up its press.And when Syracuse does have the ball, it’s also turning it over too many times. The Orange is 12th in the conference in turnover margin as a result.Guard Elashier Hall is second on the team in steals with 36 and said that despite the high number of turnovers her team is committing, it hasn’t been frustrating that her defensive effort is essentially being negated.‘The more steals I get, the more chances we get to convert,’ Hall said. ‘Even when we don’t convert as well as we would want to, the opportunities are still there. It’s one thing to not even have the opportunities, but to have the opportunities and sometimes not convert is better than not having them at all.’Hall said that an increased effort on the defensive end of the floor is what can take Syracuse’s defense to the next level. And the Orange needs that to happen to get back on track heading into the postseason.For now, there’s still work to be done for the pressure defense to work as well as SU expected.‘We haven’t risen as a pressure team,’ Tyson-Thomas said. ‘But I think we’ll get to that point.’cjiseman@syr.edu Comments Published on February 1, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Chris: cjiseman@syr.edu | @chris_isemancenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

AUDIO: Delta Queens Coach Praises NWFL Board, Sets Sights On NWPL Title

first_imgAudio Playerhttps://www.busybuddiesng.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Clifford-Aug-22.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Delta Queens coach Clifford Chukwuma has hailed the Nigeria Women Football League board led by Aisha Falode, saying that the Nigeria Women Premier League (NWPL) has improved a lot this season.The regular season – unlike in the past – ran smoothly without any walk over and the media interest in the league also increased to a large extent.And only last week Wednesday (16 August), the first ever NWPL Super Four Championships draw was conducted in a ceremony that was attended by the President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Amaju Melvin Pinnick.“I must tell you it’s been encouraging. There’s a lot of improvement. (As for) refereeing I have never got any course to complain, so we are really happy the way things are going,” Chukwuma stated at the NWPL Super 4 draw ceremony in Lagos.Delta Queens are one of four teams that will clash in Benin City, Edo State for the season-ending Super Four tournament which has been scheduled for 11-16 September.For a team that was in the fifth position in Group B by the end of the first round, it was really surprising to see them finish the regular season as Group leaders – overtaking Nasarawa Amazons in the process. However, it was thanks to their improved showing which saw them remain unbeaten in the second round.Nonetheless, they now have Bayelsa Queens, Rivers Angels and Nasarawa Amazons to wrestle for the title.“There is no intimidation. The four teams are good enough. We are four good teams, the margin between the four teams is not wide, so I think we are good enough to play among them, we are good enough to win the league,” he asserts. RelatedBenin City To Host NWPL Super Four, Three Million Naira On OfferAugust 16, 2017In “Nigeria”AUDIO: Aisha Falode Explains NWPL Super Four PostponementSeptember 8, 2017In “NWL”NWPL Super Four draw set for WednesdayAugust 14, 2017In “Nigeria”last_img read more

South Africa’s 2010 World Cup tarnished by findings

first_imgA hearing into “shameful” collusion by construction companies that led to bid rigging and price fixing on 2010 World Cup projects opened on Wednesday, tarnishing the legacy of South Africa’s historic tournament that was initially praised as a glowing success.A tribunal is being asked to confirm fines totalling 1.46 billion rand ($147 million) for 15 companies which agreed to “rigged” projects in the general construction industry in South Africa between 2006 and 2011.Work on World Cup stadiums is included in the findings by the Competition Commission, which revealed wrongdoing by the country’s biggest building firms.A lawyer representing the commission said there was “a shameful pattern of collusion” by the companies, leading to inflated prices on projects like the $730 million Cape Town Stadium.last_img read more

Whicker: Your 2018 ‘most valuable’ MLB awards

Well, it appears Tina Fey and Amy Poulter are still caught in traffic, so let’s give out the baseball awards right now.Note: The “Valuable” in Most Valuable Player does not pertain to your fantasy team.MVP: Christian Yelich, the pride of Westlake Village, was the best September player in several years. His efforts won the NL Central for Milwaukee. The Red Sox had everything but power and J.D. Martinez brought it. But Martinez was largely a DH, and MVPs should play both halves of innings. Teammate Mookie Betts hit .346 and slugged .640 and showed you could do that without striking out 100 times.BEST PLAYER: Mike Trout was Gold Glove-caliber in center field, was on base 46 percent of the time and hit 39 home runs while being intentionally walked 25 times. Yelich nearly became the first NL Triple Crown winner in 81 years (Joe Medwick). CY YOUNG: Tampa Bay’s Blake Snell topped the AL with 21 wins and took the ERA title by an entire run. He also was 9-0 with a 1.17 ERA after the All-Star break. The Mets’ Jacob deGrom lost nine quality starts and still went 10-9 with the only league ERA under 2.00. But, no, the “W” isn’t dead. The next four NL pitchers in the ERA rankings went a combined 70-21.MANAGER: Despite all the handiwork by Alex Cora in Boston, Oakland’s Bob Melvin should be unanimous or close to it. More people thought the A’s would be closer to 65-97 than 97-65. With Brian Snitker bringing the kinds of minor league battle scars that today’s instant managers never absorb, Atlanta reversed its 72-90 record from last year and won the NL East.ROOKIE: The Yankees’ Miguel Andujar was second in the AL in doubles, was in the Top 10 in four other major categories and wore a third-base glove as his team won 100 games. He probably deserves this award, but Shohei Ohtani’s novelty act was too impressive to deny. Most of the thoroughbreds were in the NL, where Atlanta’s Ronald Acuña Jr. barely edges Washington’s Juan Soto. The two dynamic outfielders were virtually identical. “Make it a ‘co,’’’ Braves coach Ron Washington said.EXECUTIVE: Boston’s Dave Dombrowski runs a team that won 108 games and a prospect-laden franchise, and he risked his neck by firing John Farrell so he could hire Cora. Milwaukee’s David Stearns, 33, had a spectacular season, acquiring Yelich and Lorenzo Cain. The Brewers needed every phone call Stearns made to overtake the Cubs in the NL East.COMEBACK PLAYER: Andrew Heaney, the Angels’ lefty, pitched 180 innings and had a 1.200 WHIP in a solid comeback season. Matt Kemp, the prodigal Dodger, made the All-Star team after coming west in what appeared to be a salary dump. Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.BREAKOUT PLAYER: Miles Mikolas hadn’t pitched in the big leagues since 2014 but returned from Japan to go 18-4, with a 2.83 ERA, for the Cardinals. Blake Treinen saved 38 games for the Athletics in his first sustained chance to own the ninth.COMEDOWN PLAYER: Adam Duvall was sputtering in Cincinnati, got traded to Atlanta, hit .132 and wasn’t on the postseason roster. He hit 31 homers in 2017. Michael Fulmer was the AL Rookie of the Year two years ago, faded to 3-12 this year.MIS-MANAGER OF THE YEAR: The Orioles were bad but not 47-115 bad, and Buck Showalter was fired for it. Dave Martinez might not have been the reason Washington fled the NL East race, but he certainly was no Dusty Baker.WIND FARM AWARD: The Phillies’ Cesar Hernandez fanned 155 times yet produced only 15 homers and a .718 OPS. In Baltimore, the sad decline of Chris Davis continues apace. He struck out 192 times, walked 41 times and had a .539 OPS with 16 homers.BEST FREE AGENT: Martinez’s 43 homers and 130 RBIs fulfilled Boston’s monster investment. Cain, after he signed with Milwaukee, showed again why he’s one of baseball’s most underrated.WORST FREE AGENT: The Cubs’ Tyler Chatwood signed for three years, $38 million and had a hideous season, with 95 walks in 103-2/3 innings and a 1.840 WHIP. Alex Cobb signed a four-year, $57 million pact with Baltimore and started it by going 5-15 with a 4.90 ERA season.STRONGEST TREND: The strikeout. There were more of them than there were hits (8.48 per game to 8.44, according to Baseball Reference). That’s an all-time high in strikeouts, but baseball has set a K record in each of the past 11 seasons. An intervention, with hours of Tony Gwynn videos, is needed. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error read more

Daytona 500 results: Highlights from Denny Hamlin’s chaotic, crash-filled win

first_imgOw. :flushed: #DAYTONA500 | @CoreyLaJoie pic.twitter.com/psdNEThjZG— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 17, 20193:15 p.m.. — After the first 10 laps, Matt DiBenedetto is in the lead. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. is in second place, followed by Martin Truex Jr.3:07 p.m. — Green flag. Let’s do this.. @WilliamByron slides in front of @AlexBowman88 and holds the lead on Lap 1! @DISupdates | #DAYTONA500 pic.twitter.com/Z2QzfGexjK— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 17, 20193:01 p.m. — Cars are rolling off pit road. Denny Hamlin was one of the few drivers able to finish the Daytona 500 on Sunday.And after a crash-packed final stage wiped out most of the field and led to a pair of red-flag delays, Hamlin emerged victorious for his second career Daytona 500 win (his first came in 2016). It was a bounce-back performance by the 38-year-old driver, who went winless last season. MORE: ‘Big One’ with 10 to go takes out group of front-runnersAfter the race, an emotional Hamlin dedicated the win to J.D. Gibbs, the co-founder of the Joe Gibbs Racing organization under which Hamlin races. Gibbs died last month of a degenerative neurological disease at age 49.”It was just one of those days where I felt like it was meant to be,” Hamlin told reporters. “Hats off to Kyle as well. I know he was eagerly wanting his first victory in the Daytona 500, but today we just weren’t going to be denied.”The whole (Gibbs) family — they did so much for me over the course of my career. This one is for J.D. We’re desperately going to miss him the rest of our lives. His legacy still lives on through Joe Gibbs Racing and I’m proud to do this for them.”Sporting News tracked lap-by-lap results and highlights from the 2019 Daytona 500. See below for how Hamlin won the race. (Material from the NASCAR Wire Service was used in the section above.)Daytona 500 results: 2019 winner, order of finishThe top 20 finishers from the 2019 Daytona 500 are in order below. Here’s a full list of results.FinishDriverTeam (Car No.)Laps led1.Denny HamlinJoe Gibbs Racing (11)302.Kyle BuschJoe Gibbs Racing (18)373.Erik JonesJoe Gibbs Racing (20)…4.Joey LoganoTeam Penske (22)115.Michael McDowellFront Row Motorsports (34)…6.Ty DillonGermain Racing (13)…7.Kyle LarsonChip Ganassi Racing (42)…8.Ryan PreeceJoe Gibbs Racing (47)…9.Jimmie JohnsonHendrick Motorsports (48)…10.Ross ChastainPremium Motorsports (15)…11.Alex BowmanHendrick Motorsports (88)…12.Brad KeselowskiTeam Penske (2)…13.Ricky Stenhouse Jr.Roush Fenway Racing (17)1614.Ryan NewmanRichard Childress Racing (6)…15.Parker KligermanGaunt Brothers Racing (96)…16.Austin DillonRichard Childress Racing (3)…17.Chase ElliottHendrick Motorsports (9)…18.Corey LaJoieTriStar Motorsports (32)…19.B.J. McLeodRick Ware Racing (51)…20.Clint BowyerStewart-Haas Racing (14)…MORE: Full 2019 schedule | New rule changes explainedDaytona 500 live updates, highlights(All times Eastern)7:33 p.m. — DENNY HAMLIN WINS IT! After going winless in 2018, Hamlin claims a chaotic Daytona 500.”This one is for J.D.” pic.twitter.com/r5iYk4yfvi— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) February 18, 20197:32 p.m. — Logano takes second! Can he catch Hamlin for first?7:14 p.m. — Almost every car has taken at least some damage today.Apparently only top five cars don’t have any damage:1. Denny Hamlin, coming off winless season, looking for second 500 win2. Kyle Busch, has never won the 5003. Joey Logano, last year’s Cup champ4. Michael McDowell, no career Cup wins in 285 starts5. Ryan Preece, rookie— Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) February 18, 20197:10 p.m. — Red flag.7:02 p.m. — Welp. Bowyer smashes into Byron going for a late pass. Caution up again.you guys… pic.twitter.com/PsWW5k6Vlz— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) February 18, 20197:01 p.m. — Back to green. Two more laps.6:55 p.m. — ANOTHER WRECK. Stenhouse, Harvick and Larson all seriously involved.. @StenhouseJr runs out of room between @KyleLarsonRacin and @KevinHarvick ! #DAYTONA500 pic.twitter.com/4vOzh6LySP— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 17, 20196:52 p.m. — After a lengthy delay from a crash that involved 21 cars, according to NASCAR, it’s green again at Daytona. Six laps to go.6:31 p.m. — Logano avoided catastrophe, but many of his fellow drivers did not.How big was the Big One? Believe that was a 19-car wreck. Per MRN, the drivers involved were A. Dillon, Newman, Hemric, Elliott, Almirola, Blaney, TDillon, Stenhouse, Truex, Jones, Menard, Reddick, Tifft, Buescher, Ragan, Larson, Suarez, Johnson, DiBenedetto. #Daytona500— Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) February 17, 20196:26 p.m. — Here’s a look at the big crash. Yikes.THE BIG ONE STRIKES AT DAYTONA.Matt DiBenedetto goes around, and multiple cars are totaled in this #Daytona500 . pic.twitter.com/BLnJweOjEa— NBC Sports (@NBCSports) February 17, 20196:21 p.m. — HUGE wreck with 10 laps remaining. We were trending toward this.Involved: 21, 95 6, 19, 41, 10, 31, 8, 37,Red Flag— Jim Utter (@jim_utter) February 17, 20196:15 p.m. — Now it’s Keselowski’s turn to spin out. It’s been an eventful final stage at Daytona.. @keselowski goes around and we’re under caution with 12 laps remaining.Do NOT miss the finish of the #DAYTONA500 on FOX! pic.twitter.com/HAOt7NA5Ia— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 17, 20196:06 p.m. — Right after the latest restart, Kyle Larson spins into the wall. This is anyone’s race.Kyle Larson loses it. pic.twitter.com/dWESX4BuJs— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) February 17, 20195:57 p.m. — Argh. Caution flag back out for debris.5:55 p.m. — OK, we have the green flag again with 29 laps remaining.5:44 p.m. — The wreck was not Johnson’s fault, but he took some of the worst damage.That is not ideal for Jimmie Johnson. pic.twitter.com/9nzmFUvF46— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) February 17, 20195:35 p.m. — Caution. Crash at pit road. Jimmie Johnson was caught up in that.You never know where chaos will strike at @DISupdates ! #DAYTONA500 pic.twitter.com/fyQI74Fw4h— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 17, 2019″Well damn, that was unlucky, huh.” @JimmieJohnson says to crew in understatement of the race. #Daytona500— Holly Cain (@_HollyCain) February 17, 20195:25 p.m. — Remember what we said about aggressive driving? Geez Louise.Anyone else hold their breath during that pass by @ClintBowyer ? #DAYTONA500 pic.twitter.com/9zLYlwhzPe— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 17, 20195:20 p.m. — There are 60 laps left in the Daytona 500. We’re about to get to the point when things get very real. Byron remains in the lead, but there are likely many twists and turns left in this one.5:11 p.m. — The young buck William Byron takes the lead!5:05 p.m. — So, some thoughts: This race has been a pleasant surprise to this point given concerns about boring, single-file racing. Drivers are taking more chances, opting to go into the bottom lane more than they did in qualifying.4:59 p.m. — Ryan Blaney wins Stage 2! He’s followed by Keselowski and Byron. DiBenedetto is still in the top 10 after pitting.Ryan Blaney wins Stage 2. Playoff point for him.Others getting stage points:2. Byron3. Almirola4. Keselowski5. Stenhouse6. DiBenedetto7. Harvick8. Suarez9. Johnson10. Logano— Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) February 17, 20194:45 p.m. — Caution near the end of Stage 2.CAUTION: @CJMearsGang and @pkligerman are involved. #DAYTONA500 | @DISupdates pic.twitter.com/FQ4nwZ84xl— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 17, 20194:39 p.m. — Twenty laps remain in Stage 2. DiBenedetto is hanging onto his improbable lead. He has now led 42 laps today. Top six still need to pit, though.4:26 p.m. — DiBenedetto is back in the lead 23 laps into Stage 2.With his 24th lap led, @mattdracing has led more today than his entire career to this point combined. #DAYTONA500 | @LFR95 pic.twitter.com/3JftVHJwrS— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 17, 20194:20 p.m. — Paul Menard is penalized for speeding on pit road.4:03 p.m. — We’re done with Stage 1. Kyle Busch is still in the lead, but his brother, Kurt Busch, was involved in the biggest crash of the day so far. Alex Bowman is in second place and Joey Logano runs in third.3:51 p.m. — Caution. Kurt Busch involved in an accident.Caution! Kurt Busch, Bubba Wallace and Jamie McMurray all involved. pic.twitter.com/jUPjLzzfkc— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) February 17, 20193:40 p.m. — Kyle Busch takes the lead, his first of the day.3:35 p.m. — With the green flag back in effect, we’re halfway through Stage 1. Stenhouse leads the way.3:23 p.m. — Caution. Twenty laps in, Corey LaJoie has an issue.last_img read more

U.S. Open 2019: Tiger Woods struggling to get going on Moving Day

first_imgHe bogeyed two of his first three holes on the day, which is a great indicator of how his morning has gone at Pebble Beach.He was able to bounce back with back-to-back birdies at the fourth and fifth holes to get back to even par, though. Related News This was the first cut Woods has made at a U.S. Open since 2013, and he has shown some good progress.He cleaned up his driving from the PGA Championship and had some good stretches in his first two days.He simply hasn’t been able to get going at the course yet, but he’s running out of time to get into contention as the leaders haven’t teed off yet. U.S. Open 2019: Pebble Beach may soon show its teeth Tiger Woods has yet to get moving on Moving Day.The 15-time major winner made the turn at 1 over for the tournament and 1 over on his day after posting two birdies and three bogeys in his first nine holes.center_img Back-to-back for Tiger! #USOpen pic.twitter.com/WiBH8Tqnhj— U.S. Open (USGA) (@usopengolf) June 15, 2019The problem, however, was he made bogey at the seventh and missed a makeable putt at the eighth to move back to even par for his round. U.S. Open 2019: Runaway golf cart injures spectators in freak accidentlast_img read more

Wellington sixth grader Quinn McCue raises money for Wellington Middle School Library

first_imgQuinn McCue raises money for the USD 353 Wellington Middle School. Sarah House, the WMS Librarian; and Wellington gifted instructor Traci Ybarra were present for the check presentation.by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Quinn McCue, a Wellington sixth grade student, was in the Wellington Middle School library one day and was looking up a recipe for a class project. What he discovered was there were no books on the subject in the library that was written after the 1970s.So McCue, as part of his yearly gifted project, decided to address the problem of outdated books in the WMS library, by raising money for new books.On Tuesday, McCue presented a $957.84 check to the USD 353 – WMS Library for funds raised during a dodgeball tournament he helped organized a couple weeks ago (winning teams are pictured below). Sarah House, the WMS Library, and his gifted program instructor Traci Ybarra were on hand to present the check. The USD Middle School office staff made the big check for this project.During the Dodgeball tournament there were 12 teams ranging from grades third through seventh grade. The tournament was divided into two age divisions and a single elimination bracket was made. The winners of the tournament were.So what books will be purchased? Ybarra said the students can participate in an online survey on the school website to determine what books can be purchased.The Wombats were the winners of the sixth-seventh grade division. Members of the team include: Kileigh Peninger, Braden Struble, Grey Hatfield, Trayson Probst, Chi Barton, De’Andre Washington, Kaylene Neal, and Taylor Meyer. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (6) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +8 Vote up Vote down Guest · 327 weeks ago What a great accomplishment. Love reading positive stories about our youth. Report Reply 0 replies · active 327 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down guest · 327 weeks ago Great story Report Reply 0 replies · active 327 weeks ago -7 Vote up Vote down Ted Logan · 327 weeks ago Buy him a brace to fix that pronated foot! Report Reply 1 reply · active 327 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Citizen · 327 weeks ago That was truly a rude comment Ted Logan. Report Reply +5 Vote up Vote down Thanks Quinn! · 327 weeks ago Quinn rocks! Amazing that he thought of doing so much to benefit others. Report Reply 0 replies · active 327 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Quinn McCue · 291 weeks ago False. I was actually looking for a research book for Anti/Dark matter. That is when I noticed that The encyclopedias were published around that date. Then i realized a lot of the books were published in 1970 or older. That’s when the idea struck me. Report Reply 0 replies · active 291 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Winners of fourth-fifth grade division were The Heat. Members of the team include: Kobey Jackson, Gavin York, Zack Morgan, Jaydon Pingry, Jaiden Derby, and Trenton Bannister.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more