Area Basketball Scores (11-25)

first_imgArea Basketball Scores.Saturday  (11-25)Boys ScoresBatesville  70     Jac-Cen-Del  35Oldenburg  63     South Decatur  46Greensburg  78     South Dearborn  53Milan  59     North Decatur  57South Ripley  67     Rising Sun  57Connersville  41     Delta  27Clarksville  63     Switz. County  49New Washington  46     Shawe Memorial  45SW Hanover  55     Austin  47Columbus North  62     Hauser  61Morristown  66     Northeastern  57Indian Creek  58     Edinburgh  55Girls ScoresNew Washington  46     Milan  42Seymour  65     Greensburg  57  (OT)Rising Sun  63     Seton Catholic  25North Decatur  66     Knightstown  47Greenwood Christian  49     Waldron  43Edinburgh  61     Medora  20Trinity Lutheran  65     SW Shelby  46last_img read more

No panic for McDowell

first_imgFormer US Open champion Graeme McDowell will avoid reaching for the panic button when he competes in this week’s Alstom Open de France. McDowell did win the Volvo World Match Play crown in Bulgari, but his missed cut in last week’s Irish Open was the fifth in his last six strokeplay events and left him spending the weekend at Carton House on the practice range, alongside compatriot Rory McIlroy, looking for some form ahead of the upcoming Open Championship. “Obviously that Volvo World Match Play offsets some really average golf for me I suppose,” McDowell admitted in his pre-tournament press conference at Le Golf National. “I feel like I went into the US Open a bit under golfed to be honest with you; (with) a few missed cuts here and there and playing a slightly reduced schedule this year.” Press Associationcenter_img He added: “I really just haven’t had enough course time the last couple of months and that was highlighted at the US Open – he shot rounds of 76 and 77 at Merion – and it was highlighted a little bit last week in Ireland, missing by one there. “I thought I had snuck in for the weekend and I could have done with a couple of extra rounds of golf under my belt, but used the weekend constructively, hit a lot of balls. “I feel like, thankfully, I’ve got a couple of victories under the belt this year to offset maybe the panic button being hit. It is a good thing to be coming into this run of golf fresh I suppose, I’ve got a lot of golf coming up here the next few months. “The game’s not in terrible shape to be honest with you. It’s been a fine line here and there. The motivation’s there and I’m feeling hungry and ready to go this summer. “I’ve worked very hard the last 10 days or so and I’ve probably hit as many balls in the last 10 days as I have in a couple of months really. I could do with a weekend here where I compete and play four rounds, get the old juices flowing.” McDowell is one of three players in the world’s top 10 competing in Paris, the world number nine being joined by eighth ranked Luke Donald and number five Matt Kuchar. last_img read more

Celtics trade for Marcus Morris, will sign Gordon Hayward

first_imgELLSWORTH — The Boston Celtics announced the acquisition of Marcus Morris and will also be adding small forward Gordon Hayward in the foreseeable future after two early moves in free agency.The Celtics officially announced the acquisition of Morris in a press release Friday. The team sent shooting guard Avery Bradley and a 2019 second-round draft pick to the Detroit Pistons in a trade for Morris, who averaged 14 points, 4.6 rebounds and a pair of assists in 79 starts for the Pistons in 2016-17.“We are excited to add a high quality player with the versatile skill set that Marcus possesses,” Celtics General Manager Danny Ainge said in a statement. “He will be a great fit for our team.”Although the Celtics have yet to officially release a statement announcing the Hayward signing, the player confirmed he would be leaving the Utah Jazz to sign with Boston in a July 4 essay that appeared on ThePlayersTribune.com. It is not known if the Jazz will do a sign-and-trade with the Celtics to get a return for Hayward.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textHayward averaged 21.9 points, 5.4 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game this past season and was named a Western Conference All-Star. He previously played under current Celtics head coach Brad Stevens at Butler University from 2008-10.last_img read more

Guyana names strong contingent for RAN 7’s

first_imgTHE Guyana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) has named its final male and female squads for the 2016 Rugby America’s North (RAN) 7’s series this weekend in Trinidad and Tobago.Patrick King, Osei McKenzie, Avery Corbin, Rickford Cummings, Ryan Gonzalves, Dwayne Schroeder, Blaize Baily, Peabo Hamilton, Devin Hooper, Devin Hooper, Kevin Mc Kenzie, Ronald Mayers, Lancelot Adonis and Vallon Adams have been named.Robin Roberts is the team manager with Kenneth Grant-Steuart as head coach and Barrington Brown as the physiotherapist.On the distaff end, Lotoya Cordis, Collette Hope, Carren Skeete, Abioce Heywood, Sabola Gray, Tiffany Pilgrim, Natasha Andrews, Cloetta Dublin, Alicia Mentore, Sasha James, Shonette Mc Farlane and Ashanti Carrington will represent Guyana.Petal Adams is their team manager with Theodore Henry as head coach and Abiola Blair as pPhysiotherapistGuyana’s senior men’s team is currently ranked 54th in the world while the women’s team ranked 27th in World Rugby. The ranking of the teams playing in 2016 Rugby Americas North (RAN) Sevens Championship is subject to change over the weekend.The pool draw which was released recently, has 14 nations in the men’s event where the teams have been divided into two groups of four and two groups of three.Guyana’s Green Machine will be up against Jamaica, Turks and Caicos and Martinique in Group D.In the women’s category with two groups of five, Guyana’s team will be in Group B with the hosts, Mexico, Bahamas and the Dominican Republic.last_img read more

Ryan rings the changes for Tipp Cork clash

first_imgTipperary Senior Hurling Manager Michael Ryan has made 6 changes to the side that lined out against Kilkenny for their Allianz League Hurling clash with Cork tomorrow.Barry Heffernan, John McGrath and Jason Forde are back in the team after being unavailable against the Cats due to Fitzgibbon Cup action. Captain Padraic Maher returns after being rested up for the last clash while Cathal Barrett comes back at midfield. Lorrha-Dorrha’s Brian Hogan making his debut in goal.The Tipperary hurling team lines out as follows; Photo © Tipp FM Brian Hogan – Lorrha-Dorrha2. Alan Flynn – Kiladangan3. Seán O’Brien – Newport4. Donagh Maher – Burgess5. Barry Heffernan – Nenagh Éire Óg6. Padraic Maher (Capt.) – Thurles Sarsfields7. Ronan Maher – Thurles Sarsfields8. Brendan Maher – Borris-Ileigh9. Cathal Barrett – Holycross-Ballycahill10. Seán Curran – Mullinahone11. Billy McCarthy – Thurles Sarsfields12. Patrick Maher – Lorrha-Dorrha13. Michael Breen – Ballina14. Jason Forde – Silvermines15. John McGrath – Loughmore-CastleineyTipp take on Cork tomorrow in the fifth round of the Allianz National Hurling League in the second game of a double header with the footballers.Throw in at 2.30  and Tipp FM’s live coverage of the game comes in association with Sullivan Family Butchers Brooklands, Nenagh.last_img read more

Huge Turnouts for Umole 70th Birthday Golf Tourney

first_imgOver one hundred golfers will participate at the Sylva Umole 70 Birthday Golf Tournament which tees-off today at the Benin Club Golf course, Benin City, Edo State.The birthday tourney will feature golfers various golf clubs in Nigeria, mostly from Edo, Lagos, Delta and other South-south states.Among them are Ibori Golf and Country Club, Asaba; Shell Golf Club, Warri; Ikoyi Golf Club, Lagos; UBTH Golf Club, Benin and many more.According to Kingsley Okunbo, the tournament is being bankrolled by the Sylva Umole Committee of Friends in collaboration with the club to celebrate Umole whom he described as a great golfer and friends who had paid his dues in the game.Okunbo, the former captain of the club noted that organising the one-day event would feature golfers from across the zone and that all necessary arrangements to ensure hitch-free tournament have been perfected by the committee.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

NBA free agency 2019: Clippers add Kawhi Leonard, Paul George in Friday night stunner, report says

first_imgShelburne later reported that center JaVale McGee will re-sign with the Lakers for two years and $8.2 million, with a player option.George’s departure raises deep questions about the Thunder, in particular whether the team will entertain the possiiblity of trading point guard Russell Westbrook, who has three years plus a player option for 2022-23 remaining on his supermax contract.George, at least in a Twitter response to ESPN’s Jalen Rose early Saturday, made it seem that Westbrook was not the reason he left OKC:At all 😤 RT @JalenRose: I am not accepting any Westbrook slander!!!!— Paul George (@Yg_Trece) July 6, 2019 Kawhi Leonard is LA-bound, but to the Clippers instead of the Lakers. He’s being joined by a fellow native Angeleno, to boot.The Clips pulled off the most shocking transaction combo off the NBA offseason late Friday night when they agreed to a contract with free-agent forward Leonard, this year’s Finals MVP, and acquired forward Paul George from the Thunder in a blockbuster trade, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported . MORE: 2019 NBA free agency trackerPer Wojnarowski, Leonard will sign a four-year max contract worth $142 million. Oklahoma City, meanwhile, will acquire Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Danilo Gallinari and five first-round draft picks, four of which will be unprotected. Marc Stein of The New York Times reported that three of those unprotected picks will be the Clippers’ selections in the 2022, 2024 and 2026 drafts. The other one will be a pick the Clippers acquired from the Heat.Stein added that the fifth first-rounder will be the Heat’s 2023 pick (protected from first to 14th), and that the Thunder will be able to swap first-round positions with the Clippers in 2023 and 2025.The moves should become official Saturday after the league’s moratorium on transactions is lifted at noon ET. Leonard and George will join a Clippers team that won 48 games last season and made the playoffs. LA took the eventual Western Conference champion Warriors to six games in the first round. Golden State fell in the Finals to Leonard and the Raptors.🗣”We coming home.”Safe to say PG is excited about being traded to the Clippers. (via austinmcbroom/IG) pic.twitter.com/zVuugYEBmE— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) July 6, 2019MORE: Players react to stunning newsWojnarowski, citing league sources, reported early Saturday that Leonard and George desired to play together, which helped set Friday’s events in motion. George’s agent asked Thunder general manager Sam Presti for a trade in recent days, sources told Wojnarowski.The Clippers’ rotation will now include Leonard, George, Lou Williams, Patrick Beverley, Montrezl Harrell, Maurice Harkless, Rodney McGruder and Landry Shamet. Pat Bev and Lou Will’s reactions to becoming teammates with Kawhi and PG… 😂🤣(via @patbev21) pic.twitter.com/fGpAllMauT— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) July 6, 2019The duo will be playing in the same building as the Lakers, who reportedly were finalists for Leonard. The Lakers were trying to form a big three of Leonard, LeBron James and Anthony Davis. With no other star on the free-agent market, they will likely fill their available cap space with multiple veteran free agents.The first free-agent additions appeared to be wings Danny Green (two years, $30 million, per Wojnarowski) and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, per ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne. Green, 32, played alongside Leonard during the Raptors’ run to a championship. Caldwell-Pope, 26, played in all 82 games for the Lakers last season, averaging 11.4 points and shooting .430/.347/.867.last_img read more

Wellington Police Notes: Monday, Feb. 3, 2014

first_imgWellington Police notes for Monday, February 03, 2014•8:30 a.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to property in the 100 block E. Harvey, Wellington.•10:53 a.m. Brian S. Boor, 21, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with driving while license is suspended.•3:37 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of license plate in the 100 block N. Arthur, Wellington.•9:09 p.m. Delpha V. Seyler, 43, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with criminal damage to property.last_img

Wild Card Saturday FanDuel Picks: DFS Lineup advice for NFL Playoffs GPP tournaments

first_imgMORE FANDUEL LINEUPS: Sunday | Single gamesNFL DFS Wild Card Saturday: FanDuel GPP Lineup PicksQB Josh Allen, Bills @ Texans ($8,200). Houston allowed the fourth-most FanDuel points to opposing QBs in the regular season, by far the worst of the four teams playing Saturday. Maybe everyone will be on Allen, but he still seems like the best play.RB Derrick Henry, Titans @ Patriots ($9,500). The pricing on this slate probably means that Henry will be highly owned, but it’s not worth fading such a high-volume player. We’ll set our lineup apart with some of the other picks.RB James White, Patriots vs. Titans ($6,200). My action in this game goes along the path that it will be Tennessee leading and New England trying to come back, thus the use of the pass-catching White. That could be wrong, but it’s the kind of chance you have to take to win a small-slate GPP.WILD CARD WEEKEND LINEUPS: Yahoo | DraftKings | FanDuelWR DeAndre Hopkins, Texans vs. Bills ($8,700). Pick your poison among the top WRs — you can have Hopkins against Tre’Davious White or A.J. Brown against Stephon Gilmore. I’ve opted for the veteran against the maybe slightly worse cornerback rather than the rookie.WR N’Keal Harry, Patriots vs. Titans ($5,200). With Julian Edelman continuing to battle a knee injury, Harry keeps getting on the field and getting the occasional red-zone target, too. WR Isaiah McKenzie, Bills @ Texans ($4,600). Our cheapest play will go to Buffalo’s gadget player whose role as No. 3 WR has grown as the season has gone on. He’ll be involved, which is more than you can say with a lot of guys priced this low. The first round of the NFL playoffs gets underway Saturday, as the Bills play the Texans and the Titans play the Patriots. It’s been a long time since New England played on Wild Card weekend, but that just means their stacked defense will affect FanDuel DFS tournament lineup picks.In the hopes that most people fade Titans, we have three in our lineup, as the Pats look as vulnerable as they’ve ever been. We match our Tennessee stack with a Buffalo stack, though with some top corners in action, the tricky small-slate pricing is even tougher to navigate. TE Jonnu Smith, Titans @ Patriots ($6,300). Hopefully Smith’s disappointing Week 17 will have people punting the TE position, but he’s by far the most talented at the position.FLEX John Brown, Bills @ Texans ($6,800). If someone is going to get open deep against Houston’s defense, it’s Brown, and we need that stacking potential on a small slate with Allen.D/ST Tennessee Titans @ Patriots ($4,000). New England should have a good gameplan, but it’s more likely the Pats win by scoring 20 rather than 40. There are a lot of scenarios where Tennessee dictates this game and limits the Patriots, and those scenarios aren’t really reflected in the Titans having the lowest D/ST price.last_img read more

Study: Iowa moves to top tier for emergency preparedness

first_imgA report that ranks the states on how prepared they are for emergencies now places Iowa in the highest tier of best-prepared state, up from the middle tier in 2019. Rhea Farberman, spokeswoman for Trust for America’s Health, says Iowa is doing very well in the ten main categories, including things like infection control, vaccination rates, access to safe water and public health funding. She notes 60-percent of Iowans who work have access to paid leave.“When someone has access to paid time off, be that personal time, vacation time or sick time, they tend to stay home when they’re sick and that helps control the spread of infectious disease,” Farberman says. “When someone does not have access to paid time off, they tend to go to work when they’re sick, and that spreads infectious disease.” One category where Iowa lagged behind was in the percentage of hospitals that are part of a health care coalition. About 80-percent of Iowa’s hospitals have such alliances, while the national average is 89-percent. Farberman says those compacts are vital as resources are often taxed during an emergency, whether it’s a disease outbreak or a weather-related disaster.“They might need help from a neighboring county or a neighboring state,” Farberman says. “They might need more doctors or more nurses or more epidemiologists. Participating in these compacts and coalitions allows one jurisdiction to borrow medical personnel from another jurisdiction so the community needs are met during an emergency.” There is growing global concern over the spread of coronavirus and officials from the Iowa Department of Public Health are already working to educate the public about the facts and the risks.“Coronavirus is just the latest example of why these indicators are important, why measuring preparedness is important, and why a standing, ready public health infrastructure is so important,” she says. Iowa joins 24 other states in the high performance tier. There are 12 states in the middle tier and 13 in the low tier. See the full report, “Ready or Not: Protecting the Public’s Health from Diseases, Disasters and Bioterrorism,” at the website: www.tfah.orglast_img read more