Michalak Wins Bronze in 100 Fly, UWF in Eighth at Midway Point of NCAA Champs

first_imgDay Two Results (pdf)Lve Video: Prelims | FinalsLive ScoringINDIANAPOLIS – Junior Theresa Michalak finished third in the 100 Butterfly and the UWF women’s swimming & diving team scored 32 points on the second day of the NCAA Championships at the IU Natatorium Thursday. In addition to Michalak’s third All-America honor of the championships, the Argonauts collected 10 honorable mention All-America certificates. UWF has 96 points to remain in the top 10, at eighth place. Queens continues to lead the field, scoring 266 points for a 57-point lead over Wingate’s 209 total. UC San Diego is in third with 175 and Drury is fourth with 158, followed by Wayne State with 133, LIU Post with 128 and Grand Valley with 111. “It’s great, we’re swimming very, very well,” UWF head coach Andrew Hancock said. “We’re putting ourselves in position in the morning, moving up and increasing our points. I point to Maddie (Pitt), who moved up and picked off a couple of people in the 400 IM. Our 400 Medley Relay, it was a little bonus to get a second swim, not something we had necessarily planned on. They moved up and got some valuable points in finals as well.” Michalak lowered her own school record in the finals of the Fly with a bronze-winning time of 53.13, nearly a second lower than her previous best. We’re really satisfied with today,” Hancock said. “Theresa continues to get faster every time she swims, and it was a huge personal best for her. It sets her up nice for what we think is a good event (100 Breaststroke) for her tomorrow as well.” Michalak will be joined in the 100 Breast by sophomore Gabrielle Spangenberg and senior Paulina Szydlo on Friday. Senior Peggy de Villiers touched eighth in the consolation final of the 100 Fly to give the Argos 17 points in the event. “It’s getting to the point of the competition where everybody’s getting battle-weary, but I think our team has the depth to really dig in and give it our all,” de Villiers said. “So I think if it all goes well, we might surprise ourselves.” Sophomore Madeline Pitt advanced into the finals and added to the team total with a 14th-place finish in the 400 Individual Medley with a 4:27.56. “It’s really exciting, because I was seeded 16th so I was really hoping that I’d be able to make it back, and I did,” Pitt said. “That was the first time that I’ve swam in finals at nationals, so it was really exciting. And yesterday I wasn’t even close to being 16th, and somehow I pulled it out and that was awesome, that was the greatest feeling ever. Tomorrow is the 500, so I’m hoping I can go faster than I did at conference.” The bonus swim that Hancock referenced came in the 400 Medley Relay when the Argos slipped into the consolation finals with a 3:51.73 in the prelims, notching the 16th spot following a disqualification to Drury’s relay. In the finals, the group of freshman Pia Hulley, Szydlo, junior Rebecca Halfast and sophomore Sophia Oliva went one-hundredth of a second faster to finish in 15th and earn All-America honorable mention status. In the final individual event of the morning – despite not advancing anyone into the evening finals – Halfast matched the school record in the 200 Freestyle, completing the race in 1:51.55 for 16th place. De Villiers posted the same time in last year’s NSISC meet. Sophomore Danica Burnett was 49th in a time of 1:55.80. Friday’s action will include the 500 Free, 100 Backstroke, 100 Breaststroke, 200 Butterfly, 800 Freestyle Relay and 1-Meter Diving. UWF has six entrants in four of the five individual races and the 10th-seeded relay. Preliminary racing gets underway at 10:30 a.m. Eastern time with the finals at 6:00 p.m. ET. Diving prelims are at 2:00 p.m. ET. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Boost for Jol ahead of Everton encounter

first_imgFulham boss Martin Jol can welcome back Stephen Kelly for Saturday’s trip to Everton.Kelly was ruled out of the win over Wigan with a wrist injury, but the defender returned to training this week and could well make Jol’s starting line-up.Strikers Pavel Pogrebnyak, who made a goalscoring return from an ankle problem last week, and Andrew Johnson are both also fit to start.AdChoices广告Steve Sidwell, Bryan Ruiz and Zdenik Grygera remain sidelined with long-term injuries.Click here for the Everton v Fulham quizFollow West London Sport on Twitter Find us on Facebooklast_img

Jacksonville Jaguars 50 yard line logo

first_imgThat didn’t take long to get pulled off of YouTube! Any chance you could post a screenshot? Share on other sites Share on other sites Link to post Posted August 1, 2011 Jacksonville Jaguars 50 yard line logo 17 Sign in to follow this   wdm1219inpenna By wdm1219inpenna, August 1, 2011 in Sports Logo News Recommended Posts Share this post Sports Logo News Members 47 All Activity 0 jfurdell http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9Gkm5fbScY(I was at this game; amazing finish.) 0 Many years ago, around Christmas, the Jaguars logo on the 50 yard line at the stadium formerly known as Alltel, had the jaguar head wearing a Santa Claus hat. I cannot for the life of me find a picture of that ANYWHERE. Does anybody have this? If so, I’d love to see it again for old time sake…Thanks Share on other sites 22,645 SportsLogos.Net 0 Share on other sites Followers 0 0 46 posts 22,645 782 posts Location:Redmond, Wash. 0 Sports Logos theSLVRBCK I always loved going to games when that logo was on the field. Usually helped that it was 70 degrees around noon. Link to post Share this post 22,645 38 1,292 17 Sports Logos 38 Posted August 1, 2011 Location:Middleburg Heights, OH 0 Link to post 46 posts Link to post ksupilot Share on other sites 1,292 53,285 posts 0 0 Share this post jfurdell 47 jfurdell Gothamite 0 Share this post I used to love Primetime back in the 90s. 12,401 posts Share this postcenter_img 1,350 posts jfurdell 9 Jacksonville Jaguars 50 yard line logo Members Gothamite TheOldRoman Share this post wdm1219inpenna 47 theSLVRBCK Share on other sites 0 Forums Home Posted July 3, 2012 Location:Redmond, Wash. Waleslax Share on other sites 9 Members Posted July 3, 2012 Link to post Link to post 9 Waleslax TheOldRoman 0 Members All Activity SportsLogos.Net Posted August 1, 2011 Share on other sites ksupilot Sign in to follow this   Share this post This is why mascot logos rule.I love that Santa Jaguar. #Grateful Members Share this post Members 0 1,009 posts 697 posts 1,292 Location:Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville Jaguars 50 yard line logo Members Posted August 6, 2011 Posted July 2, 2012 I seem to remember the Bears doing that for a Christmas Eve game against the Patriots in 1994. The Bears used the bearhead-with-wishbone logo at midfield during that forgettable era. Members 0 Posted July 3, 2012 five boroughs, one City. This topic is now closed to further replies. 38 Followers 0 17 Sports Logo News Link to post Forums Home Go To Topic Listing 0 Link to postlast_img read more

infrared41’s Best and Worst of the Week – Week Four

first_img 1,292 8,670 973 Sports Logos 21,575 Link to post #Grateful Share this post infrared41’s Best and Worst of the Week – Week Four 1,585 973 I get the love for the Cowboys’ blue jerseys because everything finally matches. I agree that it’s nice when the colors actually match. However, I think that navy jersey is overdesigned. The logo-in-the-stripe on the sleeve makes it look like one of those Halloween costume football uniforms for kids, and double strokes on the numbers just muddy the numbers’ visibility. (Yes, I know, HDTV, etc. It’s still too busy.) I’m certainly not in the camp that the white jerseys are a great uniform, but beyond matching the colors up, I don’t see why the Cowboys’ dark jerseys are much better.I’m with you on all this.Thirded right here. Except I would go as far as saying that I prefer the white uniform, even with all its easily fixable flaws, to the contrived blue set. Seriously, Cowboys. Just change all shades of silver to a bluish-silver, darken the royal blue a little, come up with a matching blue jersey, and you’d instantly have one of the best looks in the game. Basically, look how you looked when Roger Staubach was your quarterback. Oh, and you should probably get over yourselves and wear blue at home, too.That metallic blue-silver and royal blue color scheme is amazing. If the Cowboys went back to that, they would own it to such a degree no other team would be able to wear anything close. Why so many board members here want to make them just another navy blue and silver team is beyond me. Yep – still the Cowboys as they were when I grew up.By the way when they wear the navy/silver set while the jersey and pants match the helmet is still “blue-er” and doesn’t match. The Steelers uni’s lose points for me because of the terrible disappearing sleeve stripes. Just wish they could find a way to fix that. It’s 2013, I’m sure they can find a way. Link to post Location:DETROIT 8,670 Sports Logo News Share on other sites Moderators Back for another round. Let’s get the show on the road. We’ll lead off with the worst this week.Worst:Well…that was easy. We’ve been lucky this season. Four weeks in and we’ve yet to have a full five game worst list. Even better, this week, not one game made the list. Best:1. NY Giants – Kansas City: Two top five looks on the same field. This is about as good as it gets. FWIW, the Giants are our “if they could play even half as good as they look” team for the second consecutive week. 2. Redskins – Raiders: How good looking were the top two games this week? Washington’s sleeves were the very minor nitpick that kept this game from the #1 slot. The Raiders have perfect uniforms. Seriously, name one thing that’s wrong with their look. Take your time. I’ll wait. 3. Pittsburgh – Minnesota: My Basically a Football Show co-host and I are probably among the few that prefer the Steelers road look to their classic home look. (I feel the same way about the Raiders.) Other than that silly number font (which bothers me less each time I see it) the Vikings really knocked it out of the park with their new home look. 4. San Francisco – St. Louis: The Rams have some really nice combos in their current look. Unfortunately, they don’t wear them very often. The all white looks good. not as good as white over gold, but it’s still pretty good. It’s certainly better than the awful blue monochrome the Rams could have subjected us to. The 49ers are a perennial best list candidate.5. Baltimore – Buffalo: The Ravens have mercifully left their black pants in the dumpster where they belong the last couple weeks. The Bills home uniforms look better every time I see them.And to wrap things up…Every once in a great while, we get to see what the Cowboys look like when their colors actually match – and they look incredible. Any time Dallas wears the blue road jerseys, they’re a contender for the #1 slot on the best list. Getting there always depends on the team the Cowboys happen to be playing when they break out the blue jerseys. Any of San Diego’s prior looks combined with the Cowboys in blue puts this game at the top of the list. Instead, we got this…Why the Cowboys insist on sticking with their white/silver/blue/green/other blue uniforms when they could look so good is beyond me. That’s it for this week. Tune in again next week for another infuriating episode. Forums Home Location:Location Location Recommended Posts 973 It should always be Christmas in New Jersey 0 Location:Tampa, FL Link to post Members 37,657 posts I get the love for the Cowboys’ blue jerseys because everything finally matches. I agree that it’s nice when the colors actually match. However, I think that navy jersey is overdesigned. The logo-in-the-stripe on the sleeve makes it look like one of those Halloween costume football uniforms for kids, and double strokes on the numbers just muddy the numbers’ visibility. (Yes, I know, HDTV, etc. It’s still too busy.) I’m certainly not in the camp that the white jerseys are a great uniform, but beyond matching the colors up, I don’t see why the Cowboys’ dark jerseys are much better.I’m with you on all this.Thirded right here. Except I would go as far as saying that I prefer the white uniform, even with all its easily fixable flaws, to the contrived blue set. Seriously, Cowboys. Just change all shades of silver to a bluish-silver, darken the royal blue a little, come up with a matching blue jersey, and you’d instantly have one of the best looks in the game. Basically, look how you looked when Roger Staubach was your quarterback. Oh, and you should probably get over yourselves and wear blue at home, too.I wouldn’t even darken up the royal. I would just match everything to their current white jersey and use silver, royal and white. Then replace the navy dark jersey with a royal one, matching the design of the white uni. I think just doing that would give them one of the best looks in the NFL. The Jaguars should be on the list every week for worst looking game. Sign in to follow this   8,994 posts Posted October 1, 2013 9 Members All Activity TheOldRoman Posted September 30, 2013 Link to post 0 37,657 posts Posted October 1, 2013 “Sports Aesthetics” The Jaguars should be on the list every week for worst looking game. Yes. It doesn’t matter who they’re playing, but just by (dis)gracing the field in those atrocities.Quite a few nice games this week.I thought Cleveland-Cincinnati was cool to watch too, just because of the contrasting colors. 403 1,390 403 9 Ted Cunningham 403 Jimmy! 4,436 Posted September 30, 2013 8,670 Sports Posted September 30, 2013 We the North! I get the love for the Cowboys’ blue jerseys because everything finally matches. I agree that it’s nice when the colors actually match. However, I think that navy jersey is overdesigned. The logo-in-the-stripe on the sleeve makes it look like one of those Halloween costume football uniforms for kids, and double strokes on the numbers just muddy the numbers’ visibility. (Yes, I know, HDTV, etc. It’s still too busy.) I’m certainly not in the camp that the white jerseys are a great uniform, but beyond matching the colors up, I don’t see why the Cowboys’ dark jerseys are much better. Members 12,787 posts Link to post Share this post Share this post Posted October 1, 2013 Share on other sites Posted October 3, 2013 Location:The DMV 16,001 Favourite Logos:I have some. 8,670 If Pittsburgh/Minnesota would have gone with this, I’d be in throwback heaven… By infrared41, September 30, 2013 in Sports Logo News Location:West Virginia Lord of the idiots. Sports Logo News 45,948 posts Share on other sites infrared41’s Best and Worst of the Week – Week Four John in KY 5,926 posts There’s no pleasing people… Favourite Logos:Detroit Lions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins, Florida Panthers, Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Timberwolves, Detroit Tigers Posted September 30, 2013 Ted Cunningham Followers 0 Link to post 1,390 Share this post 1,585 16,001 Followers 0 2,478 posts Share on other sites 16,001 Members Location:detroit Favourite Logos:I have some. oldschoolvikings oldschoolvikings Share this post Posted October 1, 2013 Favourite Logos:The Cross, New Orleans Saints, New England Patriots Members Location:Kentucky Posted October 1, 2013 1,292 The goodThe bad IceCap 1,292 3,583 9 0 0 1,390 Link to post Members Posted October 1, 2013 1,585 mjd77 0 Let’s go Bucs. 4,436 16,001 12,787 posts Posted September 30, 2013 Posted September 30, 2013 0 Share this post 21,575 DC in Da House w/o a Doubt OnWis97 Link to post nuordr Location:detroit 0 I get the love for the Cowboys’ blue jerseys because everything finally matches. I agree that it’s nice when the colors actually match. However, I think that navy jersey is overdesigned. The logo-in-the-stripe on the sleeve makes it look like one of those Halloween costume football uniforms for kids, and double strokes on the numbers just muddy the numbers’ visibility. (Yes, I know, HDTV, etc. It’s still too busy.) I’m certainly not in the camp that the white jerseys are a great uniform, but beyond matching the colors up, I don’t see why the Cowboys’ dark jerseys are much better.I’m with you on all this.Thirded right here. Except I would go as far as saying that I prefer the white uniform, even with all its easily fixable flaws, to the contrived blue set. Seriously, Cowboys. Just change all shades of silver to a bluish-silver, darken the royal blue a little, come up with a matching blue jersey, and you’d instantly have one of the best looks in the game. Basically, look how you looked when Roger Staubach was your quarterback. Oh, and you should probably get over yourselves and wear blue at home, too. 0 Share on other sites 3,583 4,436 0 Forums Home Share on other sites 21,575 I get the love for the Cowboys’ blue jerseys because everything finally matches. I agree that it’s nice when the colors actually match. However, I think that navy jersey is overdesigned. The logo-in-the-stripe on the sleeve makes it look like one of those Halloween costume football uniforms for kids, and double strokes on the numbers just muddy the numbers’ visibility. (Yes, I know, HDTV, etc. It’s still too busy.) I’m certainly not in the camp that the white jerseys are a great uniform, but beyond matching the colors up, I don’t see why the Cowboys’ dark jerseys are much better.I’m with you on all this.Thirded right here. Except I would go as far as saying that I prefer the white uniform, even with all its easily fixable flaws, to the contrived blue set. Seriously, Cowboys. Just change all shades of silver to a bluish-silver, darken the royal blue a little, come up with a matching blue jersey, and you’d instantly have one of the best looks in the game. Basically, look how you looked when Roger Staubach was your quarterback. Oh, and you should probably get over yourselves and wear blue at home, too.That metallic blue-silver and royal blue color scheme is amazing. If the Cowboys went back to that, they would own it to such a degree no other team would be able to wear anything close. Why so many board members here want to make them just another navy blue and silver team is beyond me. Sign in to follow this   I guess I’ll provide the descenting voice here. I like the current blue Cowboys set. I like the star on the stripes, and I like the double outline. The fact that the first outline is navy allows the second outline to stand out without muddling the look in my opinion. It manages to look crisp and clean, even if it is a double-outlined design. If they redesigned their white set along the lines of their current blue set they’d have an incredible look. I’m open to lightening the navy to royal, but I don’t think that’s even necessary.Also wow, that blue Cowboys look make the Chargers’ current mess of an identity look even worse then it usually does. 16,001 Share this post Share on other sites 3,583 Link to post Members nuordr 6,236 posts SportsLogos.Net 8,670 infrared41 Members I liked Dallas’s 1980s rarely-used blue jersey, which was a decent match for the white. DC in Da House w/o a Doubt There’s no pleasing people… 0 IceCap oldschoolvikings tigerslionspistonshabs Share on other sites Share on other sites 0 Share on other sites Sports Logos Share this post Posted October 1, 2013 Link to post 14,934 posts Share this post Members Location:Location Location 12,401 posts 1,283 posts Location:Sheboygan Falls, WI Link to post I get the love for the Cowboys’ blue jerseys because everything finally matches. I agree that it’s nice when the colors actually match. However, I think that navy jersey is overdesigned. The logo-in-the-stripe on the sleeve makes it look like one of those Halloween costume football uniforms for kids, and double strokes on the numbers just muddy the numbers’ visibility. (Yes, I know, HDTV, etc. It’s still too busy.) I’m certainly not in the camp that the white jerseys are a great uniform, but beyond matching the colors up, I don’t see why the Cowboys’ dark jerseys are much better.I’m with you on all this. Share this post Link to post Link to post Jimmy! Share this post 1,724 posts Go To Topic Listing mjd77 Share this post Share on other sites infrared41 and the Jags tigerslionspistonshabs Share this post I’m not crazy about the sleeve stripes on the current Cowboys blue jerseys either. But other than that, I think it’s a fantastic look. They should “get over themselves” and wear it as often as possible. John in KY Share this post infrared41 0 infrared41 SportsLogos.Net Share on other sites 923 oldschoolvikings 923 923 Moderators Moderators 0 Location:Seattle “Boom Boom”, Washington 1 Share on other sites Link to post Members 16,001 TheOldRoman This topic is now closed to further replies. 8,670 All Activity Moderators Share on other sites OnWis97 9,766 posts infrared41’s Best and Worst of the Week – Week Fourlast_img read more

Staněk overcame 21 meters in Tábor, he had the longest attempt…

first_imgKoulař Tomáš Staněk was only five centimeters behind his seasonal maximum at the Tábor Grand Prix. His winning litter from the fourth series measured 21.08 meters, the 29-year-old athlete from Prague’s Dukla sent the ball beyond the 20 meter limit four more times. This year, Staněk was better only at the June races in Kladno, in the world tables he finished sixth in the performance of 21.13.last_img

Showalter confirms Wieters expected to begin season on DL

first_imgWhat appeared probable earlier this week was made all but official by Orioles manager Buck Showalter on Saturday.Orioles catcher Matt Wieters is expected to begin the season on the 15-day disabled list after being shut down earlier this week due to elbow tendinitis. The 28-year-old made his Grapefruit League debut behind the plate on Tuesday, which marked exactly nine months after he underwent Tommy John surgery on his right elbow.Wieters experienced soreness and was shut down the following morning. An X-ray on Thursday revealed no concerns and prompted no further testing on the elbow.He would be eligible to return as early as April 11, which would fall during the Orioles’ home-opening series against the Toronto Blue Jays. Showalter confirmed that Wieters beginning the season as the club’s designated hitter was not an option since it wouldn’t help in the recovery process.The Orioles aren’t viewing Wieters’ tendinitis as a concerning setback since it’s very common during the recovery process from ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction surgery. Pitchers often take 12 to 14 months to fully recover from the procedure, and Wieters will still be under the 10-month mark on Opening Day.Showalter told reporters in Sarasota that he doesn’t want the veteran catcher to feel as though he’s facing a deadline as it’s more important for him to be full healthy for as much of the season as possible rather than rushing back for the opener at less than 100 percent. It’s a similar stance to the one the Baltimore manager took with Manny Machado last spring before the third baseman eventually made his season debut on May 1, 2014.With most attention being paid to his defense and throwing ability, Wieters is 0-for-23 with four strikeouts and one walk in seven Grapefruit League games this spring. He served as a DH in all but one of those contests.Caleb Joseph is expected to be the starting catcher with Steve Clevenger, Ryan Lavarnway, and J.P Arencibia serving as the candidates to back him up to begin the season.last_img read more

I am not “sticking to sports” and here’s why…

first_imgI appreciate you dropping by my part of the world to read my thoughts on where my life and career are headed as I turn 50 this year. I have no idea how or why I’ve managed to collect so many people over the last 34 years as a sports journalist and the past 26 as a sports radio “personality” in Baltimore and around the country but I’m trying to make myself more useful and relevant as I continue my journey in life. Moving forward, I will attempt to find more meaning and some purpose as I navigate this world that has been constructed around my radio station, life and many connections with incredible people.Maybe you went to Colgate Elementary or Dundalk High with me in the 1970s or early 1980s, or read my rock and roll or hockey work at The Baltimore Sun many years ago into the early 1990s. Perhaps we met through sports – the Orioles, Ravens, Skipjacks, Caps, Terps or locally via our many WNST roadtrips, events, live shows and rallies and parties. Or maybe we connected or “linked” somewhere among the many charity events, parties, civic and business concerns that I’ve attended, hosted or broadcasted from over the years.Geez, 10,000 of you were with me five years ago today on a riverbank in New Orleans so I know you’re still out there!Trust me, it’s never lost on me – the unique business and charmed life I’ve built as a Baltimore sports radio personality, entrepreneur, author and sometimes civic activist. I’d like to think that I’ve always stood up for people and causes that I believe in over the years (see: Free The Birds) and the passion and drive that comes quite naturally for me are sometimes too much for some folks’ energy or taste. But no one of substance should question the accuracy, conviction and integrity with which I’ve served my message and journalism over my adulthood.My track record and history are what I stand the proudest of as I transition into different and deeper conversations moving forward.The change I’m making on the radio side might seem subtle but it’s a major psychological change from the way I plan to conduct my “content” life moving forward beyond sports.One thing I’ve done to protect my own sanity and happiness that won’t change: I’ve stopped arguing with people – especially people who have no idea what they’re talking about or any expertise or substantive information on a topic. I refuse to do it on the radio, on the internet or in real life.You should try it. Walk away. Instead of arguing with people who are full of shit and have fallen prey to the many lies and are yelling “fake news” to things like facts and science and obvious truths, I simply move on.Mute! Block! Pause! All are quite effective in my experience.I’m not anti-conflict; I’m simply anti-stupidity. And life is too short to be spent suffering fools. It’s been said before: “There’s a sucker born every minute” and “You can’t coach stupid.”Like most people who have been paying attention, I have absolutely no time in my busy life nor any desire to debatelast_img read more

Teen accused of killing grandmother to return to Florida; mom calls him good kid

first_img Related Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office(NEW YORK) — The mother of a ninth-grade boy accused of killing his grandmother called her son a good kid with no criminal history as she came to his court appearance this morning, according to ABC affiliate WKBW-TV in Buffalo.Prosecutors allege 15-year-old Logan Mott fatally stabbed and shot his grandmother, Kristina French, 53, whose body was found in a shallow grave in Florida on Nov. 24.Mott is set to return to Florida to face murder charges after he waived his extradition hearing at a court appearance this morning in Buffalo, New York, where he was captured hours after his grandmother’s body was found.Florida authorities are expected to be in western New York on Monday to transport him, WKBW reported.Mott was taken into custody in Buffalo after he made a wrong turn on the Peace Bridge while allegedly trying to cross into Canada, Erie County District Attorney John Flynn said.In the car were guns and a knife with what appears to be blood on it, Flynn said.Mott was taken into custody on a grand theft auto warrant. On Tuesday, a judge in Florida issued an arrest warrant for murder.Mott “adamantly denies responsibility for his grandmother’s death,” Dominic Saraceno, a lawyer hired by Mott’s family, told ABC News on Wednesday.Saraceno asks “the public to not rush to judgment. We need to do a thorough investigation on both sides — the prosecution and the defense.”“Today was the first time we heard any of the details about the actual crime,” Saraceno said, adding that based on a “preliminary review from my perspective, a lot of the pieces just don’t add up.”Saraceno told ABC News on Sunday, “My understanding is he has no history of crime, he’s a ninth-grade student, he’s a good student, he’s well-liked by his classmates.”Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more

After his fantastic finish, Daniel Summerhays puts retirement on hold — for a week, anyway

first_img ‘Best round ever’ not quite enough for Daniel Summerhays, who loses to Kyle Jones in playoff at Utah Championship golf FARMINGTON — By now, Daniel Summerhays is in Colorado, getting ready to play later this week at the TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes.Wait, didn’t Summerhays just retire from competitive golf?Yes, that was the plan, anyway. However, the 36-year-old former BYU all-American spoiled his own retirement plans with an unexpected second-place finish in the Utah Championship at his home course on Sunday and he decided to play at least one more event on the Korn Ferry Tour. After all, he and his family of six were already planning to drive to Missouri in their Honda Odyssey to visit his wife’s family in Missouri, so a stop in Colorado was on the way.As Summerhays texted Monday, “A pit stop on the way to Missouri … Summer side hustle for the teacher.” Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News At the start of the week, the tournament at Oakridge was going to be Summerhays’ final tournament as a touring professional. He has already made plans to be the golf coach this fall at Davis High School, where he will also teach a few classes in marketing, entrepreneurship and physical education.He was asked many times what might happen if he happened to win the tournament at his home Oakridge Country Club course, which didn’t seem very likely considering his lack of playing the last six months or so as he recovered from foot surgery and stayed at home during the coronavirus crisis. He compared it to a Seinfeld episode where Jerry beat a kid in a race during fifth grade then never ran again because he finished on a win. “So maybe I choose not to run like Jerry,” he joked. But he acknowledged that he’d “probably play in a couple of more tournaments” this summer if he did win.Summerhays played solidly all week, going into the final round tied for 28th place, and said he would have been happy with his fourth straight round in the 60s Sunday. Instead he saved the best for last. Summerhays posted eight birdies and an eagle to finish with a 9-under-par 62, which he called his “best round ever,” both at Oakridge and in the final round of a tournament. Relatedcenter_img Daniel Summerhays salutes the attendees after finishing the Utah Championship at Oakridge Country Club in Farmington on Sunday, June 28, 2020. Summerhays came in third place. Daniel Summerhays reflects on ‘amazing’ career as he rides off into the sunset at this week’s Utah Championship When he finished his 18 holes Sunday, he was in the lead, but 14 groups of golfers were still playing and the chances were that someone would pass him. Instead the weather turned cool and windy with a bit of rain and by the time the final twosome of Kyle Jones and Paul Haley II holed out on No. 18, they were the only ones tied with Summerhays at 20-under par 264.After waiting around for three hours, Summerhays couldn’t quite get it going again and had to be content with a tie for second place behind Jones after making bogey on the first playoff hole.Right after his 18-hole round, Summerhays had said he might play in Colorado, regardless of his eventual finish, but said it would be a team decision with his wife, Emily.“A pit stop on the way to Missouri … Summer side hustle for the teacher.” — Text from Daniel Summerhays“I don’t know if that’s necessarily what I want any more,” he said. “I do like going out and competing and performing under the gun like that.” After the playoff, Summerhays had already made up his mind to keep on going, saying, “yeah, I’ll go play. Jack (his 12-year-old son) can miss a couple of junior golf tournaments for Dad.”So what happens if he continues to play well and earns his way back on to the PGA Tour, where he was a regular for eight years?Although that’s a possibility, Summerhays seems pretty content to continue with his plans to stay at home with his family and become a teacher.“I keep painting that picture (of competitive golf) and it continues to go the other way for me,” he said. Summerhays joked that perhaps he can play in a tournament during school fall break this year or make golf his schoolteacher summer job. But he seems set on leaving the life of a touring professional golfer behind. “Maybe part of my problem is I love so many other things besides golf,” he said. “Out there on the course my thoughts went to the kids — my kids and kids in the high school and that gets me excited. We’ll see what the next step will look like.”last_img read more

Wellington Fire/EMS Department: September 30 – October 6, 2019

first_img4-Oct9:02 AMNatural Gas Odor1500 block E. Harvey 4-Oct3:08 PMMedical EmergencyF & Lincoln Wellington Fire & EMS Weekly Run Log 5-Oct7:38 AMVehicle AccidentKansas Turnpike 5-Oct2:45 PMMedical EmergencyKansas Turnpike 5-Oct7:20 PMMedical Trauma200 block Shadybrook 5-Oct10:55 PMTransfer to Wichita Sumner Newscow report — The weekly log report for the Wellington Fire/EMS Department for September 30 to October 6, 2019 is as follows:  2-Oct4:16 AMMedical Trauma1100 Myles Court 30-Sep10:35 PMMedical Trauma500 block S. Seneca 2-Oct10:42 PMVehicle FireKansas Turnpike 2-Oct11:10 AMMedical Emergency1600 block W. 8th 1-Oct8:34 PMMedical Trauma1000 block College 30-Sep10:12 AMEquipment Fire1400 block N. Park 30-Sep8:00 PMMedical Emergency800 block College 5-Oct8:18 PMIllegal Burning1800 block North A 2-Oct1:41 PMInvestigate Burning100 block S. Tyler Rd. 2-Oct5:19 PMTransformer Fire800 block N. Woodlawn 30-Sep1:03 PMMedical Trauma500 block N. Plum 30-Sep4:11 PMVehicle Accident2000 block E. 16th 5-Oct7:20 PMMedical Trauma1000 block North A Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. 30-Sep4:33 PMTransfer to Wichita 3-Oct8:45 AMLift Assist200 block W. Harveycenter_img 3-Oct3:15 PMMedical Trauma900 block E. 16th 2-Oct1:29 PMMedical Trauma800 block S. Oxford Road 5-Oct1:34 AMTransfer to Wichita 4-Oct6:54 PMMedical Trauma1100 block North A 6-Oct4:12 PMTransfer to Wichita 1-Oct11:30 AMMedical Emergency200 block North B 4-Oct3:16 PMMedical Emergency1000 block College 2-Oct7:37 PMArcing Wires1900 block E. 16th 4-Oct7:30 AMMedical Emergency900 block E. Lincoln 6-Oct9:54 PMMedical Trauma1500 block N. Plum 3-Oct10:44 PMMedical EmergencyOxford 30-Sep10:15 PMMedical Emergency200 block W. Lincoln 6-Oct1:51 PMMedical Emergency300 block N. Jefferson 1-Oct12:27 AMMedical Trauma400 block North B 30-Sep8:04 AMMedical Emergency1100 block E. 16th 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 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 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. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! 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 6-Oct9:05 AMIllegal Burning500 block E. 4th 3-Oct5:05 PMMedical TraumaOxford 2-Oct8:39 PMMissing Juvenile1000 block E. 16th 3-Oct2:15 AMVehicle AccidentKansas Turnpike 4-Oct6:10 PMMedical Emergency1000 block College 3-Oct8:33 AMVehicle AccidentKansas Turnpikelast_img read more