Ripley County, In. — A Saturday evening crash in Ripley County seriously injured two people.A report from the sheriff’s department says at 10:25 p.m. a car driven by Christopher Wilkerson, of Liberty, failed to acknowledge a stop sign at State Road 229 and County Road 650 South. Wilkerson struck another vehicle driven by John Taulbee.Wilkerson and a passenger in the Taulbee vehicle were treated for injuries. There is no word on their condition.
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Hourigan said: “He ran very well in Cheltenham and has come back well since. “That (Irish Grand National) is the plan. We’ve another 10 days or so to get through yet, but hopefully that’s where he’s going.” Press Association Michael Hourigan is targeting the Irish Grand National with The Job Is Right following a fine effort in defeat at the Cheltenham Festival. The seven-year-old would have been a clear second to subsequent Cheltenham Gold Cup runner-up Djakadam in the Thyestes Chase at Gowran Park in January but for unseating his jockey at the final fence and he went on to run creditably in the Boyne Hurdle at Navan. With Derek O’Connor in the saddle, The Job Is Right ran an excellent race to finish third in the National Hunt Chase at Prestbury Park and is now bound for Fairyhouse on Easter Monday.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Virat Kohli has amassed plenty of records in his playing career. The Indian cricket team skipper has scored plenty of runs in all conditions and has established himself as one of the best batsmen in the modern-era. Ahead of the Test series against Australia, Kohli was tipped to repeat the dominance in the 2014/15 season in which he smashed 692 runs at an average of 86 with four centuries, including two in the same Test in Adelaide. However, he was dismissed cheaply in the first innings, the first time he was dismissed for a low score at a venue where he has done brilliantly across all formats.On closer inspection, Kohli’s failure in the first innings points to a deeper issue. The Indian skipper has struggled against this particular bowler. So much so that he has not managed to score a run against him. The bowler is young Australia pacer Pat Cummins. The Adelaide failure comes close to the previous series between both the sides in India in 2017, where Cummins got the better of Kohli on a flat wicket in Ranchi.Read More | Pujara’s milestones with Dravid is the mother of all coincidencesThe Ranchi Test was Cummins’ first in Tests after a gap of six years. The young pacer, who had made a sensational debut in the Johannesburg Test against South Africa in 2011, could not play a Test for many seasons due to a combination of back injuries. However, in Ranchi, Cummins made a comeback and he impressed with his pace and variations on a placid deck.Read More | Nathan Lyon concedes unwanted world record, enters this double centuryAustralia had reached 451 thanks to a century from Steve Smith and India made a strong start by reaching 223/2. Australia took the second new ball in the 80th over and Cummins came into the attack. Cheteshwar Pujara flicked a full ball to deep midwicket and Glenn Maxwell put in a great dive to save a boundary. Cummins’ first ball to Kohli was a full ball outside off and the Indian skipper edged it straight to second slip.Kohli did not play in Dharamsala due to a shoulder injury and in Adelaide, he squared up against Cummins again. However, after safely playing two balls, Kohli was again lured into the drive by a full ball outside off but this time, Usman Khawaja dived full length to his left to take a stunning one-handed catch.In total, Cummins has bowled four deliveries at Kohli, taken his wicket twice and not conceded a single run. The Indian skipper, for the moment, literally cannot score a run against Cummins.
The No. 9 women’s lacrosse team (9-3, 3-0 MPSF) is set to play Oregon (7-5, 3-1) and San Diego State (8-4, 2-2) in a road series this weekend.After dropping two straight road contests to Cornell and Stony Brook, the Trojans are coming off of three straight victories over Ohio State (16-7), Fresno State (21-5) and Cal (21-4).The recent win streak comes thanks to a Trojan scoring surge which featured 58 goals scored by 25 different scorers. Two of those scorers, senior Michaela Michael and freshman Kaeli Huff, earned MPSF Offensive Player of the Week and Rookie of the Week for their step-up play against Cal and Fresno State. After a six-goal performance against Ohio State, Michael took less than 20 minutes to score six goals against Cal and just five minutes to score a hat trick in a four-goal performance versus Fresno State. In the past two games, the senior netted 10 goals, grabbed 17 draw controls and added an assist, a ground ball and a caused turnover.Huff, meanwhile, followed in Michael’s footsteps with a five-goal game of her own, adding three ground balls, two caused turnovers and a draw win over Fresno State.Along with Michael and Huff’s play heating up, the Ducks and Aztecs will have to watch out for a Trojan defense that forced 32 turnovers and allowed just 16 goals over the past three games.USC will travel to Eugene, Oregon first to play an Oregon team that has played poorly in recent outings, especially on the offensive side of the ball. After going 5-1 in the first six games, the Ducks are 2-4 in their past six, allowing 77 opposing goals to slip through.The Ducks’ primary scoring threats are sophomore attacker Shannon Williams (37 goals, 18 assists) and senior midfielder Bella Pyne (30 goals, 11 assists), while Cambi Cukar acts as Oregon’s primary distributor with 28 assists. Despite playing the same number of games as USC, Oregon has turned the ball over 25 more times and caused 12 fewer turnovers. The Ducks could give the Trojans difficulties not just in the home field advantage, but also in ball movement as Oregon leads the assist battle 83-77 over USC.After tonight’s matchup in Oregon, USC will travel to San Diego on Saturday to play an SDSU team that is 9-2 in its past 11 games.Although the Aztecs have been porous on defense in 2017 (10.7 goals allowed per game), their offense can put the ball in the back of the net with ease (12.75 goals scored).While USC relies on a couple of primary scorers to carry the team, San Diego State has a more balanced attack with six players scoring 13 or more goals this season.With MPSF playoffs just three weeks away, the Trojans have just five games left to cement a national title campaign.
Bradley Voigt’s first goal of the season ended with a stomp. In the postgame press conference, Voigt cracked a grin. With No. 20 Syracuse in desperate need of a bounceback following last week’s loss to unranked Colgate, Voigt delivered a shot off the right side of the crease that found a hole to the right of Albany goalkeeper Nate Siekierski. Voigt turned and pumped his fist. For the first time this season — in a new role — SU’s “big and crafty guy” delivered. Last weekend offered Voigt a similar spot, one that sent line drives into the chest of Colgate’s goalkeeper. He waited, as always, and fired, as always. But Saturday was different, and the shots kept coming.Behind a career-high six goals from Voigt, No. 20 Syracuse (1-1) dominated No. 15 Albany (0-1) 13-5. Coming off their first season-opening loss since 2013, and up against the same team that beat them 15-3 a season ago, the Orange were boosted by an unlikely top-option in Voigt, who has never scored more than two goals in a game in his entire four-year Syracuse career.“We were just moving good off ball,” Voigt said. “I think we were definitely more comfortable in the offense that were running right now.”Coming into the season, there was uncertainty as to who will see a majority of the minutes as the third member of SU’s attack line. As early as the Orange’s fall intra-squad scrimmage, Voigt ran with the first line. Come the week leading up to SU’s season-opener against Colgate, Syracuse attack Stephen Rehfuss said he’d “earned it.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut with the loss of Brendan Bomberry, the Orange were hard-pressed to find a piece that would fill the void. Voigt contributed sporadically in his three year career prior to the 2019 season, scoring 19 goals. Minus Bomberry, SU was in need to a player who could set in the right spots in front of the net and receive short passes on the interior for doorstep deliveries. Thrice Voigt got that shot against Colgate and it didn’t find the back of the net. But against Albany, the senior started about five feet further out. His first shot went through the right side, then he hit another from the same spot. In the second quarter, he hit one from the left side. Brendan Curry brought shifts each time he took the ball down the field and Nate Solomon worked as the Orange’s primary dodger around the crease, but the opportunities kept coming to Voigt.After the Orange were dominated on possessions a week ago, SU head coach John Desko ran a number of ground ball drills in practice to help fix the problem. After numerous one-on-one, two-on-one and three-on-two drills, the Orange responded by outpacing the Great Danes 44-24 on ground balls. Whenever the ball was knocked loose, SU was there to scoop it up and start up the offense again. “We kicked ourselves,” Desko said of the ground balls. “We’ve always been a pretty good ground ball team and Colgate just kind of woke us up.”The increased possession found Voigt in spots teammates said he excels in. Last season, Bomberry earned a lot of his points by hanging around the crease to the left or right flank of the goalposts. Multiple times, SU found him in that exact spot, and all he needed to do was finish.He found the goal, then again, then again, then again. Prior to his fifth goal of the contest, Voigt spied Solomon as he made a run around the crease and fired a shot around the corner of the goal. The ball deflected off the leg of Siekerski, and Voigt — continuing the trend the Orange set all game, just cleaned up.Though Desko has said the role is one Voigt was prepared to fill, after the game he conceded he couldn’t envision a game of this magnitude, and so quickly. But at the postgame press conference, Voigt said his performance wasn’t about what he could do on the field, it was about what he couldn’t. He’s not a dodger. He doesn’t make things happen behind the net. That’s not his game, and it doesn’t have to be. In the final quarter, when SU pulled Porter and the game was already decided, Rehfuss found Voigt streaking to the net. Open again. Voigt put in the shot and raised his stick in the air and finished his historic day with skip behind the goal as he gazed towards the Carrier Dome ceiling. Nothing was different about Saturday, he said. The opportunities just came, and he finished.“I guess I just felt better during the game today,” Voigt said. “The shots were just going.” Comments Published on February 16, 2019 at 8:33 pm Contact Michael: firstname.lastname@example.org | @MikeJMcCleary Facebook Twitter Google+
At 3, Hull will be relegated should they lose away to Tottenham, and Newcastle win at the already-relegated QPR.Leicester and Sunderland still have doubts over their safety – they meet at the Stadium of Light.Burnley play their final home game in the top flight, with Stoke visiting Turf Moor, and Everton go to West Ham. He plays his final home game for Liverpool before his summer move to LA Galaxy.Crystal Palace are the side looking to spoil the moment, and kick off in that one is at 5.30.A win for Aston Villa away to Southampton this lunchtime will see Tim Sherwood’s side secure their Premier League safety.
Saturday, January 12, 2013â€¢12:38 p.m. Melissa Diann Oâ€™Neal, 44, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with theft.â€¢2:28Â p.m. Kristie M. Franks, 25, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with theft and criminal use of a financial card.â€¢12:50 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 1700 block E. 16th, Wellington, involving a vehicle operated by Edith G. Haskins, 71, Wellington and a parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by Wesley T. Foster, Wellington. Wellington Police Notes for Friday, Jan. 11 to Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013Friday, January 11, 2013â€¢10:05 a.m. Officers took a miscellaneous report in the 300 block S. Washington, Wellington.â€¢11 a.m. Officers took a report of found property of a bicycle in the 400 block E. Harvey, Wellington.â€¢11:09 a.m. Frank C. Arebalo, 55, Wellington was arrested on a Sumner County Bench Warrant for Probation Violation. (confined).â€¢12:20 p.m. Officers investigated a battery of a known suspect in the 1700 block E. 16th, Wellington.â€¢5:44 p.m. Officers investigated a battery in the 1100 block W. Edgewood, Wellington.â€¢9:55 p.m. Clarence E. Newell, 93, Wellington, was issued a notice to appear charged with expired registration and no proof of insurance. Sunday, January 13, 2013â€¢12:45 a.m.Â Aaron G. Ray, 20, Tonkawa, Okla. was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 60 mph in a 45 mph zone.Â (radar)â€¢10:34 a.m. Patricia J. Zeka, 58, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 49 mph in a 30 mph speed zone.â€¢1:43 p.m. Officers took a report of an animal bite of a known owner in the 400 block E. 7th, Wellington.â€¢3:32 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 100 block W. Botkin, Wellington.â€¢5:02 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of gasoline in the 1100 block W. 8th, Wellington.
A Fort Lauderdale man is facing charges of threatening to kill President Trump, after he texted that he wanted to open the president’s skull “like the cantaloupe that it is,” according to authorities.They say that 57-year old Cesar Saiz could get up to five years in federal prison for making the threats.Court records state that Saiz sent the messages on July 18, telling an acquaintance that the only way to fix the country was to assassinate Trump. “Take the demon down,” Saiz reportedly texted. “I am ready for civil war.”The other person reported the texts to local law enforcement the same evening, and officers were dispatched to Saiz’s home.He yelled “freedom of speech!” upon seeing the officers, according to court records. He also told the officers that he been drinking for four days, and had been unemployed for over four months because of the coronavirus pandemic.In his conversation with officers, Saiz “repeatedly expressed his disdain over President Trump, more specifically, the president’s response to COVID-19.”He then gave officers his cellphone. Authorities discovered that he had at least two other conversations on the same day in which he discussed the desire to kill Trump.Investigators also found that Saiz had conducted research into the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and had searched for places to “volunteer” to assassinate Trump.In addition, he had looked for a “union” to assassinate Trump, and offered his services as a marksman if anyone were to need to attack the president.On July 19, one day after his encounter with authorities, Saiz apologized in a Facebook post. “Out of shear exasperation and stress brought on by over 4 months of quarantine and care taking for my parents I made an out of character mean spirited statement via text to an acquaintance,” the post read.Courtesy: Facebook Prosecutors have argued that they want to keep Saiz in jail while he awaits trial, due to his history of mental illness and alcohol abuse, as well as previous legal issues, including a 1991 felony conviction for aggravated battery of a police officer and at least two domestic violence incidents.They also allege that he engaged in witness tampering by contacting the acquaintance who reported his texts to authorities.Saiz made his initial appearance in front of federal Magistrate Judge Patrick Hunt on July 22. He had a video hearing last Wednesday in order to determine if he would be held until the trial.The outcome of that hearing is unclear, and Saiz remains at the Broward County Jail.“This is not just saying, ‘God, I wish something bad would happen to Donald trump,’” says Gerald Greenberg, a former federal prosecutor. “This to me is bad stuff and he’s putting it out there on the internet.”He adds that Department of Justice guidelines instruct prosecutors to consider more than just a defendant’s words when charging them with a speech-related crime.“It has to be that they [prosecutors] see this particular guy’s words or this particular guy as something different than the venting that hundreds of millions of Americans are doing every single day,” he says.
Image Courtesy: AFPAdvertisement 8v50xoNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsal7jcWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E11w4( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) azdWould you ever consider trying this?😱24od7Can your students do this? 🌚1wuk3Roller skating! Powered by Firework World sports have come to a complete halt due to the novel Coronavirus pandemic. Many upcoming major sporting events have been either cancelled or suspended, and cricket is no exception. With dropping major international series, even India saw the postponement of the upcoming 2020 IPL season, which as of now is scheduled to begin on 15th April following the current nationwide lockdown. These days, away from training grounds and self-isolated in their own homes, what are the biggest names of the cricketing fandom of the country are up to? Below here are some examples from the social media.Advertisement Image Courtesy: AFPWithout the availability of training grounds or gyms, many cricketers have resorted to training in their own homes, and that includes running and exercising.Ravindra Jadeja is seen keeping himself fit on the treadmill.Advertisement The superstar all rounder is also spending time with his horses in his farmhouse, as seen in a clip posted by BCCI.Mayank Agarwal, just needs his garden and a barbell to train his muscles.Hardik Pandya is busy with his ‘Quaran-training’.Indoor exercise for KL Rahul in lock down.Rahul Chahar’s house is the only workout equipment he needs.Rohit Sharma is enjoying some sweet family time with his daughter Samaira.Mohammed Shami is making the most of his time with his pet dog Jack.No net practice isn’t an issue for Shreyas Iyer, because he has found his pet dog as his training partner.However, the 25 year old is also doing his part to take care of his home.Same with Jasprit Bumrah, the superstar bowler who is now a mama’s boy with the mop.Here’s Shikhar Dhawan, washing clothes and cleaning the latrine as his wife Aesha is busy in makeup and phonecalls, as seen in the hilarious Twitter clip.Rishabh Pant enjoys some funny moments with his pet puppy Kuuchi.All saloons are closed down, but that’s no issue for the Team India skipper Virat Kohli. Renowned for his fashionable hairstyle, the superstar cricketer is seen getting a fresh cut from none other than his better half Anushka Sharma, as the iconic Bollywood actress recently tweeted in a video. Check it out below-Yuzvendra Chahal, who is famous for his social media activity, has been uploading hilarious clips performed with his family.No commentary duties, so here’s Sanjay Manjrekar sharing his tips on how to perfectly cut vegetables.Ace test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara is seen catching up with his family, in the heartwarming photos shared by BCCI.Also read-See which Indian cricketer is adopting 350 families in need during the Coronavirus lockdownYuvi takes exception as Ravi Shastri remembers WC 2011 win – but fails to mention these 2 key players! Advertisement