In the 126 lb weight class at this year’s state wrestling meet, a New Palestine High School wrestler won his 3rd consecutive state title. This young man’s name is Chad (C.J.) Red, Jr. The young man appeared at the state wrestling final match completely donned in red. This even included his hair. His mom about fainted when she saw him, but his dad said it was his son’s choice and he was not going to stand in his way. Not even was Chad all in Red, so was the mat he was wrestling on.This young man has never lost a high school match. His record is 139-0. All the men in this family had been wrestlers which includes his dad and his grandpa. Whenever Chad Red appears at a wrestling match, he wears his Grandpa’s worn out T-shirt. He does this to honor his grandpa who died in 2013. It is easy for Chad to appear in red since that is the New Palestine school color.We will watch and see if Chad can repeat as a 4-time state champion next year since he only a junior.
Mark Whitney Johnson, age 60 of Lookout, Indiana passed away Saturday, December 2, 2017 at his home. The son of William and Dorothy (nee: Sargent) Johnson was born on March 25, 1957 in Lexington, Kentucky. He was a 1975 graduate of Henry Clay High School in Lexington, KY.He is survived by his wife Ann (nee:Gatewood) Johnson; father, William; children Trevor & Kayla Johnson and his brother Bob Johnson.Mark’s wishes were to be cremated. A celebration of life will be Saturday, December 9th from 1-5pm at his house.Meyers Funeral Home is assisting the family. www.meyersfuneralhomes.com
Vice President Mike Pence has put off campaign events in Florida and Arizona during the upcoming week, as both states experience a surge in new coronavirus cases.Pence will still travel to the two states to meet with governors and their health teams, according to the White House.He had said during a briefing by the White House’s coronavirus task force on Friday that he planned to visit Florida, Texas and Arizona in order to receive a “ground report” on a spike in COVID-19 cases.Meanwhile, Pence is traveling to Dallas on Sunday to attend a “Celebrate Freedom Rally” before meeting with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.Because of what the American people have done, we slowed the spread, we flattened the curve and we saved lives.— Mike Pence (@Mike_Pence) June 26, 2020 A Trump-Pence campaign “Faith in America” event planned for Tuesday in Tuscon, Arizona has also been postponed.The vice president was scheduled to take a bus tour in Florida on Thursday. It was to include an appearance in Lake Wales at an event organized by the pro-Trump group America First Policies being promoted as the “Great American Comeback tour.”The group announced that “out of an abundance of caution at this time, we are postponing the Great American Comeback tour stop in Florida. We look forward to rescheduling soon.”Pence is still set to meet with Gov. Ron DeSantis.
GUYANA’S Emanuel Archibald finished with a season’s best 7.36m in the men’s long jump, while Alita Moore clocked 55.81 seconds and finished sixth in the women’s 400m, as Guyana wrapped up their athletics competition at the Islamic Solidarity Games in Baku, Azerbaijan yesterday.This leaves the athletics team with just the three medals, achieved by Olympian Winston George and Natrena Hooper.George won silver in the 400m and bronze in the 200m, while Hooper won bronze in the women’s long jump.Guyana is expected to participate in six of the 21 disciplines contested. Of the six only the table tennis team’s’competition remains, which will begin today.The other sporting discipline Guyana were a part of were boxing, judo, taekwondo, and swimming.Guyana lost in the first rounds of the boxing, judo and swimming, while in the taekwondo Guyana’s Adrian Spellen made it into the quarter-finals after he defeated Mozambique’s Mario Ferreira, 17 points to 14.However, in the semi-finals he went down against Iran’s Ahmad Mohammad, 7 points to 21.
Tiote, a defensive midfielder, then signed for Newcastle in 2010 for Â£3.5m.In February 2011, he scored a memorable goal as Newcastle United came back from 4-0 down to draw with Arsenal in the Premier League.He joined Beijing Enterprises Group FC for an undisclosed fee in February 2017.A statement from Newcastle said: “We are devastated to have learnt of the tragic passing of Cheick Tiote at the age of just 30.“The thoughts of everyone at Newcastle United are with Cheick’s family, friends, team-mates and everyone connected with the clubs he represented.”Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez said: “It is with great sadness that I have this afternoon learned of Cheick’s death.“In all the time that I have known him, he was a true professional, dedicated and above all, a great man. Our hearts go out to his family and friends at such a sad time.”Samuel Okwaraji and Marc-Viven Foe of Cameroon are among prominent African players to have died from cardiac arrests on the turf.Some Nigerian footballers who have died from cardiac arrests while playing include;*Samuel Okwaraji*Amir Angwe* John Ikoroma* Bobs Sam Elejiko* Endurance Idahor* Chinonso Ihelwere Henry* Chaswe Nsofwa* Orobosan Adun* David OniyaShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Former Newcastle United midfielder Cheick Tiote has died aged 30 after collapsing during training in China.In his seven years at United the Ivory Coast player made over 150 appearances, including three last season.He joined Chinese second-tier side Beijing Enterprises from Newcastle in February.“It is with deep sadness I confirm that Cheick Tiote sadly passed away earlier today after collapsing in training,” said spokesman Emanuele Palladino.“We cannot say any more at the moment and we request that his family’s privacy be respected at this difficult time. We ask for all your prayers.”Born in the Ivory Coast, Tiote was part of the Ivorian squad that won the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.He began his professional career in Belgium with Anderlecht in 2005 before moving to Dutch side FC Twente, where he made 86 appearances and won the Eredivisie league title in the 2009-10 season under manager Steve McClaren.
Facebook Twitter Google+ SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Syracuse held on for a 84-82 victory over Notre Dame on Wednesday night at the Joyce Center. Elijah Hughes led all scorers with 26 points while Joseph Girard III played one of his most complete games of the season with 15 points, nine rebounds and four assists. Girard’s two free throws with less than 10 seconds left provided SU a four-point buffer it wouldn’t surrender. After dropping the first two games of the new year, Syracuse (12-7, 5-3 Atlantic Coast) has won four-straight Atlantic Coast games. Here are three takeaways from the win against the Fighting Irish (11-7, 2-5). Points in the paintFor the second-straight game, Syracuse scored in the paint more frequently than normal. The Orange, which are 332nd in the country in 2-point scoring, made eight 3-pointers on Wednesday night. Syracuse didn’t need to shoot from there. The opportunities were open near the basket, and those turned into 36 points in the paint. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textA game removed from being reamed out near SU’s bench by head coach Jim Boeheim, Bourama Sidibe scored twice on baby hook shots. He even flushed a basket in transition. Marek Dolezaj took his time with a few turnaround pivots as well, and Hughes found interior success too. With a top ACC big man in John Mooney down low for Notre Dame, Syracuse out-rebounded Notre Dame 41-34.The book of Eli Consider this another chapter in the long book of Hughes’ unthinkable performances. It started like so many of them have. Hughes sank a 3. The next one — there’s always a next one — was followed by a head shake side-to-side. Less than four minutes into the game, it was clear Wednesday was going to be one of those nights. Hughes finished 9-for-19 and led the Orange in scoring. Several times, he dribbled into his defender down and rocked his back into the Notre Dame defender. When the UND player was sufficiently off balance, Hughes flipped his hips. In one motion, his leg swung through so his body faced the basket and he drilled the turnaround jumper. The eighth man? After Buddy Boeheim picked up a third foul and walked off the court to a “Who’s your daddy?” chant from the Fighting Irish student section, Brycen Goodine came on the court. Goodine made an immediate impact despite appearing in just two games over the last month. On his first offensive possession, Goodine charged the basket from the perimeter to snag a rebound off a Girard miss. His feed wouldn’t turn to points, but it did a few possessions later when Goodine grabbed another offensive board and found Sidibe for a layup. The freshman guard looked comfortable on defense and stayed active at the top of the zone. Late in the first half, Goodine sank his first collegiate 3-pointer after previously starting the year 0-for-13 from beyond the arc. The triple was followed by a Hughes 3-pointer on the next SU possession and gave it a 46-42 halftime lead. Four days after Boeheim praised Goodine’s play in practice and teased him as a potential eighth player in the rotation, Goodine responded. Comments Published on January 22, 2020 at 9:12 pm Contact Josh: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Schafer_44
TRANSFER NEWS….Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt is set to fly to Turin on Tuesday to complete his move to Juventus.It is thought the Italian champions will pay £67.5m for the 19-year-old defender, who led Ajax to the Champions League semi-finals last season. The Netherlands centre-back had also been linked with Manchester United, Barcelona and Paris-St Germain.In his three seasons at Ajax, he won the Eredivisie and the Dutch Cup, and was a Europa League finalist in 2017.De Ligt scored eight goals in 77 league appearances for the Amsterdam club, who he joined at the age of nine.He became the club’s youngest captain in March 2018.He scored the winning goal against Juve to send Ajax through to the Champions League semi-finals, where they lost to Tottenham.De Ligt made his debut for the Netherlands in March 2017, despite having started just two league games for Ajax at the time.Man Utd Continue Talks with De GeaManchester United are increasingly confident goalkeeper David de Gea will sign a new contract when they return from the pre-season tour of Australia and Asia.De Gea, 28, is about to enter the final year of his deal and will be free to talk to clubs abroad from January.However, talks resumed earlier this month and officials believe De Gea will commit to United long-term.Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made two signings so far this summer.Winger Daniel James joined from Swansea for £15m in June.That was followed by the arrival of right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka in a £50m deal from Crystal Palace.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Kensington Oval The first day night test to be played in the Caribbean is scheduled for Kensington Oval in Barbados in June when Sri Lanka tours the Caribbean. The day-night fixture which will start on June 23, will be the third match of the series, which begins on June 6 at Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad.The Darren Sammy Cricket Ground in St Lucia will host the second test starting on June 14. It will be Sri Lanka’s first test tour of the West Indies in 10 years as well as the first time they will play test cricket at the iconic Kensington Oval.The teams ended 1-1 the last time the teams meet in a test series in the Caribbean in March 2008. There have been eight day-night tests since the first one between Australia and New Zealand in November 2015. West Indies have already played two day/night tests without any success, while Sri Lanka beat Pakistan on their day-night test debut.
Ilya Machavariani, Dentons – CIS regional dynamics will come to play prior to gambling take-off July 31, 2020 Share Digital Sports Tech has entered the Russian market for the first time after making a deal to supply its Player Props betting product to the country’s largest sportsbook operator, Fonbet.Fonbet will integrate the product into its sportsbook, within a fully translated UI which includes player names. Player Props allows users to create and customise their own bets on player performance using an algorithm to generate accurate odds in real time, across a range of sports including football, basketball, American football and rugby league.Fonbet players will also be able to take advantage of the supplier’s new browse bet functionality, which points users to player proposition bets rather than always having to create them by themselves.Ari Lewski, Executive Director of Digital Sports Ltd, said: “We have had our sights set on the Russian market for some time now, so to be able to partner with the country’s largest sportsbook at such an early stage in our company’s lifespan is testament to the value Player Props brings.“Not only do sport bettors want to bet on player performance, they are also seeking a more tailored and individual experience from their sportsbook sites, and our Player Props product ticks both those boxes.“We’re also really excited about our new browse bet functionality, which adds a layer of familiarity for new customers and opens up the product to even more people. We understand that people are busy and may not always have the time to create their own bets. Browse bet solves that issue.”Alexandra Sergeeva, Fonbet CMO, said: “Digital Sports Tech have brought to the market a very innovative and exciting new sports betting product that opens up what we see as a big growth area within the industry – player performance betting.“We’ve also been very impressed by their ability to facilitate a quick and painless integration, which has meant we’ll be able to go live with the product early on in Q1 this year.“We’re really looking forward to offering Player Props to our customers, and in particular giving them the opportunity to customise their own bets on player statistical performance.”Just last week, Caliente, the largest sportsbook in Mexico, became the first operator in Latin America to launch the player proposition betting product. Submit Related Articles Duma approves overhaul of Russian sports betting laws July 23, 2020 Alexey Khobot on the evolution of odds calculations August 13, 2020 Share StumbleUpon
Ghana skipper Lawrence Lartey remains confident of grinding a favourable result away to Congo in the qualifiers to the Caf U-23 ChampionshipThe Black Meteors laboured to a 1-0 first leg win over the Red Devils through a 44th minute strike by winger Enoch Ebo Andoh in Accra on Saturday.Congo, led by former Ghana coach Claude Le Roy proved a strong side and the slender first leg outcome has raised some apprehension ahead of the return encounter next weekend.But the AshantiGold centre-back remains positive about Ghana’s chances on May 30.“It was a very tough game because they also came here very prepared. They really gave us a tough match and I think they are a very good side,” Lartey admitted after the game.“The result was not what we were looking for because we were hoping to score more goals but it didn’t happen that way. “I still believe we can go there and get the result we need in order to qualify to the next round – just the way they came here to play, we can also go there to play and qualify.”The winner of this tie on aggregate faces Nigeria in the final qualifying round.–