VERSAILLES, Ind. — An Osgood man has been convicted on domestic violence charges in Ripley County Court.The jury convicted Jason E. Ell, 35, of Domestic Battery in the Presence of a Child and Criminal Confinement, both level 6 felonies.The charges stem from an argument that Ell and his girlfriend had back on June 28.Police say they responded to the incident and arrested Ell for attacking the victim in the presence of a five-year-old child.Ell faces up to four years in prison. His sentencing hearing will be March 16.
Connersville, In. — A Thursday afternoon crash in the Connersville area injured six people according to the Indiana State police.At 12:30 p.m. police responded to a crash report at Western Avenue and 24th Street. The investigation determined Casey Jo Bradburn, 26, of Connersville, drove left of center and struck a pickup truck driven by Zoranna Lee Ullrich, 26, also of Connersville.Bradburn was transported to a local hospital with a leg injury. Ullrich and passengers Irene Fulcher, 84, and three juveniles ages one, two and three were transported with non-life threatening injuries.Toxicology tests were taken. The investigation is ongoing.
NASCAR’s Bubba Wallace accused Donald Trump of stirring up “hate” after the president demanded that the circuit’s only black driver apologize for protests launched over a noose found hanging in his garage stall on Monday. The garage door pull-rope fashioned like a noose – widely seen as a symbol of lynchings in the American South – sparked outrage when it was found but the FBI concluded it was not the result of a hate crime. Dozens of Wallace’s fellow drivers staged a demonstration against bigotry but the FBI probe discovered that the rope had been hanging in the stall months before the June 23 race at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama. “Has @BubbaWallace apologized to all of those great NASCAR drivers & officials who came to his aid, stood by his side, & were willing to sacrifice everything for him, only to find out that the whole thing was just another HOAX?” Trump said on Twitter. Wallace responded with an uplifting message “to the next generation” – and a denunciation of the president. The 26-year-old encouraged his fans to embrace “love over hate every day… even when it’s hate from the POTUS,” referring to the president. Trump’s tweet was his latest divisive rhetoric – he also spoke out Monday about US sports franchises considering changing their Native American-themed team names – ahead of November’s presidential election. The United States has been upended by coast-to-coast protests since the May killing of African American George Floyd by police in Minneapolis.The demonstrations have seen attacks on symbols of the country’s slave-holding history such as the Confederate flag and statues of Confederate generals.Trump has branded the movement a “left-wing cultural revolution” and an assault on American “heritage,” and vowed to resist it.The White House slammed the media over the Wallace clash, saying reporters were “mischaracterizing” Trump’s words.“The intent of the tweet was to stand up for the men and women of NASCAR and the fans, and those who have gone in this rush to judgment of the media to call something a hate crime, when in fact the FBI report concluded this was not an intentional racist act,” Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said.McEnany also declined to say whether Trump agrees with NASCAR’s decision to ban the rebel-themed flag, saying the president has not made a judgment “one way or the other.”Trump also weighed in on two sports teams that are considering changing their names and logos amid renewed calls for social justice and civil rights. The noose discovery was made shortly after Wallace had successfully campaigned for a ban on flying the controversial Confederate flag at NASCAR, a popular sport with conservative Americans. Trump also claimed in his tweet that the ban and the noose controversy had “caused lowest ratings EVER!” The president’s remarks came after two divisive Independence Day weekend speeches which critics said were an attempt to exploit racial animus and stoke fear among his base of white supporters, four months ahead of the presidential election. Last week Trump, who is trailing presumptive Democratic challenger Joe Biden in the polls, shared a video of his supporters chanting “white power” – before deleting it amid an outcry. NASCAR president Steve Phelps noted after the inquiry had finished that “the noose was real” and “our initial reaction was to protect our driver.” “In hindsight, I should have used the word ‘alleged’ in our statement,” said Phelps. – ‘Politically correct’ – President Donald Trump mocked the decision by the Washington Redskins football team to consider changing their name Read Also: Tension mounts in Premier League relegation battle“They name teams out of STRENGTH, not weakness,” Trump said in a tweet that mocked efforts to avoid marginalizing certain minority groups.“But now the Washington Redskins & Cleveland Indians, two fabled sports franchises, look like they are going to be changing their names in order to be politically correct.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging10 Of The Most Successful Female Racers To Know AboutWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?10 Of The Dirtiest Seas In The WorldCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeeThe 6 Weirdest Things You Can Learn On WikiHowWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth? Loading…
NORTHEAST HARBOR — Matt Homich of Ellsworth won the 38th annual Northeast Harbor 5-Mile Road Race on Saturday.Homich, 27, finished first overall of 206 runners in 26 minutes and 24 seconds, averaging a 5:19-minute-mile pace.Homich wasn’t the only local runner leading the pack. Of the top 14 finishers, six of them were from Ellsworth.Those runners included Homich, Andrew Kephart (30:10), Tim Tunney (30:39), Chris Holt (30:42), Seth Young (31:33) and Andrew Tiemann (31:39).This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textFor the women, Bethany Gunther of Philadelphia finished first in 31:49.Robin Clarke, 45, of Ellsworth won her 40-49 age group with a time of 37:48.Other division winners are listed below.Female age 1-13: Jamie Slater, age 12 (43:56).Male age 1-13: Cody Parker, 12, of Bar Harbor (39:44).Female age 14-18: Ella Capen, 16, of Damariscotta (51:19).Male age 14-18: Mason Olmstead, 16, of Winchester, Mass. (31:47).Female age 19-29: Veronica Wentworth, 25, of Franklin (36:24).Male age 19-29: Logan Wilson, 21, of Lanesborough, Mass. (28:53).Female age 30-39: Barbara Lincoln, 38, of Westport, Conn. (35:09).Male age 30-39: Judson Cake, 37, of Bar Harbor (29:03).Male age 40-49: Andy Pereira, 47, of Southwest Harbor (30:23).Female age 50-59: Ann Olmstead, 50, of Winchester, Mass. (41:33).Male age 50-59: Chris Holt, 53, of Ellsworth (30:42).Female age 60-69: Barbara Robidoux, 66, of Candia, N.H. (45:46).Male age 60-69: Tom Stewart, 66, of St. Stephen, New Brunswick (37:59).Female age 70-99: Anne Emerson, age 71 (1:30:28).Male age 70-99: Tony Swebilius, 71, of Morrill (38:22).
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The first limited-overs game of the New Year witnessed a special moment for Martin Guptill during the first ODI between New Zealand and Sri Lanka at Mount Maunganui. Guptill, who had missed the last couple of months due to an injury, became the fifth New Zealand player to go past 6000 runs in ODIs. The right-handed opener reached the landmark in style by carving Sri Lanka pacer Nuwan Pradeep to the deep backward point fence for a boundary. New Zealand chose to bat and both Guptill and Kane Williamson notched up a fifty-plus partnership in the first of three ODIs. New Zealand won the Test series 1-0 after winning the Christchurch Test by a record margin of 423 runs, securing a fourth straight series win for the first time in history.Guptill joins former New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming, Ross Taylor, Nathan Astle and Brendon McCullum as the other players to have gone past 6000 runs. Fleming leads the runs tally for New Zealand with 8007 runs while Taylor leads the century tally in ODIs with 19.Read More | Kapil Dev hails Indian cricket team’s current crop of fast bowlersIn the 2015 World Cup, Guptill created history by smashing an unbeaten 237 in the quarterfinal against West Indies at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington. The right-hander’s score was the second-best individual score in ODIs behind Rohit Sharma’s 264 and it was the highest score in the history of the World Cup. His knock included 24 fours and 11 sixes as New Zealand won the match by 143 runs. Guptill’s knock remains the highest individual score by a New Zealand cricketer in ODIs.Guptill continued to target the Sri Lanka bowlers as he notched up his 14th century. He blasted five sixes and looked good to score yet another double century but he fell for 138. Along the way, Guptill went past McCullum’s tally of runs to finish as the fourth-highest run-getter for New Zealand in the ODI format.Read More | Kohli gets help from Pakistan in training for Sydney Test vs AustraliaThe right-handed opener had missed the ODI series against Pakistan after suffering a calf injury. New Zealand drew the series 1-1 and in the ongoing Super Smash tournament, which is New Zealand’s Premier T20 tournament, Guptill was asked to show his fitness. In the game against Central Districts, Guptill blasted 71 for Auckland and it was his first competitive score ever since he played for the Barbados Tridents in the 2018 Caribbean Premier League.Read More | Ramakant Achrekar and Sachin Tendulkar: Those special moments The three-match ODI series is being viewed as a dress rehearsal between the two sides but after the end of the series, New Zealand face a tough assignment against Virat Kohli’s Indian cricket team side.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, (CMC) — Saturday’s convincing victory proved only a false dawn as West Indies quickly returned to their unpleasant old habits, plunging to a seven-wicket defeat to Pakistan here Sunday, to concede the four-match series 3-1.Chasing what would have been a series-tying victory at Queen’s Park Oval, West Indies struggled from the outset when they were restricted to a modest 124 for eight off their 20 overs.Opener Chadwick Walton top-scored with 40 from 31 deliveries while captain Carlos Brathwaite chipped in with an unbeaten 37 off 24 balls down the order.New ball seamer Hasan Ali was brilliant, snaring two for 12 from his four overs to clinch Man-of-the-Match honours while 18-year-old leg-spinner Shadab Khan once again played a key role, taking two for 16, to be adjudged Man-of-the-Series.In reply, Pakistan were propelled by opener Ahmed Shezad who lashed 53 from 45 balls, as they marched to their target with an over to spare.The consistent Babar Azam chimed in with 38 from 36 balls, while rookie seamer Kesrick Williams finished with two for 26 to be the best bowler for West Indies.The disappointing series defeat was the second straight one for the reigning T20 World champions, following their 3-0 whitewash at the hands of Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates last September.Marlon Samuels is clean bowled by Hasan Ali for 22.Hoping to captalise on Saturday’s win which hauled them back into the series following losses in their opening two games, West Indies started strongly with Walton and Evin Lewis (7) posting 27 off 17 balls for the first wicket.The left-handed Lewis, who top-scored with 91 on Saturday, looked to be extending that form when he swatted Ali over the ropes at long off in the day’s second over but perished in the next over when he picked out Ali at square leg with left-arm spinner Imad Wasim.Walton, who slammed two fours and four sixes, put on a further 25 for the second wicket with Marlon Samuels before he too departed, caught off Shadab at long on in the ninth over by Shoaib Malik who had earlier put down the Jamaican on 18.Walton’s dismissal triggered a now familiar middle order slide as West Indies lost a flurry of wickets — six falling for 31 runs in the space of 43 deliveries — as Ali and Shadab wrecked the innings.Tottering on 83 for seven in the 16th over, West Indies were rescued by Brathwaite’s career-best knock which included two fours and two sixes.More importantly, he put on an important 38 for the eighth wicket with Sunil Narine (9) which helped West Indies past the 100-run mark.On 121 for eight at the start of the final over, West Indies’ hopes of a competitive total were scuppered by the excellent Ali who tied down Brathwaite and Samuel Badree and conceded just three runs.Shezad then got Pakistan away safely in their run chase, anchoring two key partnerships up front to erase any lingering Windies hopes of a victory.The right-hander punched six fours and a six, putting on 40 for the first wicket with Kamran Akmal (20) and 70 for the second wicket with Babar.Shezad startedly slowly but picked up with two back-to-back boundaries off seamer Jason Holder in the sixth over, and paced his innings nicely to raise his sixth T20I half-century with a cover-driven four off Williams in the 16th over.Akmal fell in the seventh over, tapping off-spinner Samuels to Williams at mid-wicket but Babar helped steady the innings, stroking a four and a six while surviving a chance on 30 in the 14th over off leg-spinner Badree.He and Shezad fell in the space of seven balls — in successive overs from Williams — to leave Pakistan on 115 for three in the 18th over but by that time, the result had been virtually decided.WEST INDIESE Lewis c Hasan Ali b Imad Wasim 7+C Walton c Shoaib Malik b Shadab Khan 40M Samuels b Hasan Ali 22J Mohammed b Hasan Ali 1L Simmons run out 1K Pollard b Rumman Raees 3*C Brathwaite not out 37J Holder c sub (Mohammad Nawaz b Shadab Khan 0S Narine b Wahab Riaz 9S Badree not out 1Extras (lb2, w1) 3TOTAL (8 wkts, 20 overs) 124Did not bat: K WilliamsFall of wickets: 1-27, 2-52, 3-59, 4-73, 5-73, 6-82, 7-83, 8-121.Bowling: Imad Wasim 4-0-25-1, Hasan Ali 4-2-12-2 (w1), Rumman Raees 4-1-25-1, Wahab Riaz 4-0-44-1, Shadab Khan 4-0-16-2.PAKISTANAhmed Shehzad b Williams 53Kamran Akmal c Williams b Samuels 20Babar Azam c sub (R Powell) b Williams 38Shoaib Malik not out 9*+Sarfraz Ahmed not out 3Extras (lb1, w3) 4TOTAL (3 wkts, 19 overs) 127Did not bat: Imad Wasim, Fakhar Zaman, Rumman Raees, Wahab Riaz, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali.Fall of wickets: 1-40, 2-110, 3-115.Bowling:Badree 4-0-38-0, Holder 3-0-24-0, Williams 3-0-16-2 (w1), Narine 4-0-19-0, Brathwaite 2-0-13-0 (w2), Mohammed 1-0-5-0.
…Amla, du Plessis complete centuries before lunchBLOEMFONTEIN, South Africa (Reuters) – Kagiso Rabada took five wickets as Bangladesh were bowled out for 147 in their first innings on the second day of the second Test and forced to follow-on by South Africa at the Mangaung Oval.Bangladesh were seven without loss second time around when bad light brought play to a premature close on Saturday, still trailing by 419 runs.Rabada finished with figures of five for 33 as only wicketkeeper Liton Das provided any resistance in Bangladesh’s reply to South Africa’s mammoth first innings score of 573 for four declared.Das hit 70 runs, just short of half his team’s total, as Bangladesh buckled under the pace attack of Rabada and his frontline partner, Duanne Olivier, who finished with three for 40.Hashim Amla and captain Faf du Plessis both completed centuries before lunch after the home team began day two on 428 for three.Amla, 89 not out overnight, quickly moved to his 28th test century, now the second-highest number of tons by a South African, before being bowled soon after lunch for 132.Du Plessis went from 62 at the start of play to 135 not out as South Africa dominated the Bangladesh bowling. Subashis Roy finished with three for 118.Amla and Du Plessis joined Dean Elgar, who made 113, and Aiden Markram, bowled for 143 in just his second Test, as South Africa’s centurions.SOUTH AFROCA 1st innings (Overnight: 428-3)D. Elgar c Rahim b Roy 113A. Markram b R. Hossain 143H. Amla b Roy 132T. Bavuma c Das b Roy 7F. du Plessis not out 135Q. de Kock not out 28Extras (b-4 lb-2 nb-1 w-8) 15Total (for 4 wickets declared, 120 overs) 573Fall of wickets: 1-243 D. Elgar,2-276 A. Markram,3-288 T. Bavuma,4-535 H. AmlaDid not bat: A. Phehlukwayo, W. Parnell, K. Maharaj, K. Rabada, D. OlivierBowling: Mustafizur Rahman 25 – 3 – 113 – 0(nb-1 w-2), Subashis Roy 29 – 3 – 118 – 3(w-1), Rubel Hossain 22 – 1 – 113 – 1(w-1),Soumya Sarkar 5 – 0 – 21 – 0, Taijul Islam 27 – 0 – 145 – 0,Mahmudullah 9 – 2 – 35 – 0, Mominul Haque 1 – 0 – 6 – 0,Sabbir Rahman 2 – 0 – 16 – 0.BANGLADESH 1st innings Imrul Kayes c de Kock b Rabada 26Soumya Sarkar b Rabada 9Mominul Haque c de Kock b Olivier 4Mushfiqur Rahim c Bavuma b Olivier 7Mahmudullah c de Kock b Parnell 4Liton Das c du Plessis b Rabada 70Sabbir Rahman c Parnell b Rabada 0Taijul Islam b Olivier 12Rubel Hossain b Rabada 10Mustafizur Rahman c Markram b Maharaj 0Subashis Roy not out 2Extras (lb-3) 3Total (all out, 42.5 overs) 147Fall of wickets: 1-13 S. Sarkar,2-26 M. Haque,3-36 M. Rahim,4-49 Mahmudullah,5-61 I. Kayes,6-65 Sa. Rahman,7-115 T. Islam,8-143 L. Das,9-143 M. Rahman,10-147 R. HossainBowling: K. Rabada 13.5 – 4 – 33 – 5, D. Olivier 12 – 3 – 40 – 3,W. Parnell 7 – 1 – 36 – 1, K. Maharaj 5 – 2 – 7 – 1,A. Phehlukwayo 5 – 1 – 28 – 0.BANGLADESH 2nd innings Imrul Kayes not out 6Soumya Sarkar not out 1Extras 0Total (for no loss, 1.2 overs) 7Fall of wickets:To bat: M. Haque, M. Rahim, Mahmudullah, S. Rahman, L. Das, T. Islam, R. Hossain, M. Rahman, S. RoyBowling: K. Rabada 1 – 0 – 6 – 0, D. Olivier 0.2 – 0 – 1 – 0.
Perhaps Melo’s biggest mark left at Syracuse was his role in the lengthy NCAA investigation, which head coach Jim Boeheim explained two years ago. Most notoriously, Melo had a paper written for him that played a role in the eventual punishment handed to SU by the NCAA.“He was a really good kid, and it’s not fair that he will be defined by one thing: a 10-page paper,” Boeheim told ESPN.com. “He worked his tail off to become a really good player and was a nice kid. We don’t know the cause yet. It’s so hard right now, so hard to believe. It’s a sad, sad day.”Melo was one of five former SU players revealed as ones that factored into Syracuse vacating 101 wins, as he was responsible for 33 vacated games. Comments Former Syracuse center Fab Melo died in his home country of Brazil Saturday, per The New York Times’ Adam Zagoria. Melo was 26 years old and playing professionally in Brazil.According to SporTV, Melo was found dead in his home.Melo played for SU from 2010-12 before being selected with the 22nd overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft by the Boston Celtics. He won Big East Defensive Player of the Year in 2012, but was ruled ineligible for the 2012 NCAA Tournament for academic reasons. He averaged 7.8 points and 5.8 rebounds in over 25 minutes per game his sophomore year. Published on February 11, 2017 at 8:17 pm Contact Matt: email@example.com | @matt_schneidman I’m very sorry to hear about the passing of Fab Melo. He was a kind, genuine person who was committed to doing his best while he was at …— Jim Boeheim (@therealboeheim) February 12, 2017AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Facebook Twitter Google+
Apart from Olaitan and Jimoh Ogunbdare, who are tournament favourites, there are other single handicap players like Obije, Bideni Ojo, Yomi Egbe, Niyi Latinwo, Rasaq Murtala, Austin Ojomo, Austin Aigbotsua, Fred Apah, Kunle Oguleye and Gbenga Ayodele to watch out for in the competition.Speaking ahead of this weekend event, the Club Captain, Niyi Latinwo said apart from the favourites, every player has the opportunity to win the competition.While wishing participants good luck, Latinwo urged them to continue to uphold the ethics for which the sport is known for.On his part, the Clubâ€™s Competition Secretary, Jolomi Ideh said Ikeja Golf Club Championship is event everybody looks forward to.â€œIt is a big tournament here and that is why you see the course is always full during this competition. Some of our members who reside outside Lagos do come because of the Club Championship and that explain the value attached to the eventâ€, Ideh explains.Sunday, October 26 is the grand finale and also the day prizes would be given to winners.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Ikeja Golf Club has become a beehive of activities as the annual club championship gets underway.The weeklong championship, which started on Monday with the caddiesâ€™ competition, also saw club-based professional golfers take turn on the course on Tuesday.It was the turn of ladies on Wednesday while a special kitty was slated slated for Thursday. On Friday, guest players will have their day on Course.Meanwhile, all eyes will be on the tournament defending Championship, Muyideen Olaitan, who lived up to expectation last year when he defeated a field of over 150-players to emerge winner of the 2016 edition.It was the same story in 2015 when he toppled the then defending, Chris Obije to emerge winner.
“We lost the game against Togo but the team showed the capacity to win. As you may not know, this is largely our U23 team needing exposure.“When players at that level play a competition like this they are bound to make mistakes. The first half was not up to the level we desired because there were some errors but we returned in the second half a lot much better creating many scoring chances.“As a coach I like to take responsibilities. It is my job to make the team create quality scoring chances which they did. It’s a pity the goals didn’t come off such opportunities and we lost. Teams come to competitions to win. We also like to win every match we play but we are also mindful of the greater objective of this team. Our greater job is to build a virile young team with a competition like this. We want a team of high quality that can serve us for the U23 competitions and also develop well enough to transit to the senior national team.”On Sunday the Eagles had greater control of proceedings on the pitch against the Sparrow Hawks but failed to convert several scoring chances.Nigeria will play their next match on Saturday against the loser of the game between Cote d’Ivoire and Cape Verde. The teams were billed to play by 8pm local time on Monday. The Eagles dropped down to losers’ competition after the loss to Togo.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Imama Amapakabo Home-based Eagles Head Coach, Imama Amapakabo, still pained by the 2-1 loss to Togo on Sunday, is hopeful that the greater goal of building a quality U23 side for Nigeria would not be lost. Nigeria lost to Togo in Thies, Senegal in their first match of the 2019 WAFU Cup billed to end October 13.It was a second loss for the mixed team of senior and junior players within a week.Amapakabo said in Thies on Sunday night that much as they had desired to win the major trophy in Senegal, he is determined to ensure that the bigger plan of developing a squad of quality players is achieved.