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No bail bond for murder suspect

first_imgPolice officers served the warrant issued by Judge Renato Muñez of the Regional Trial Court Branch 60 in Cadiz City. The suspect was detained in the custodial facility of the Cadiz City police station./PN Boyet Siazon, 35, of Barangay Tinampa-an, Cadiz City was caught on the strength of an arrest warrant around 3:40 p.m. on Sept. 1, a police report showed.center_img BACOLOD City – The court recommended no bail bond for the temporary liberty of a murder suspect arrested in Barangay Zone 6, Cadiz City, Negros Occidental.last_img read more

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UWF men’s cross country finishes sixth at FSU Invitational

first_img Share    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The University of West Florida men’s cross country team finished sixth out of 16 teams at the Florida State Cross Country Invitational on Friday. The meet was hosted by Florida State University and was held at Apalachee Regional Park.Sophomore Cody Haden continued his stellar sophomore campaign by crossing the finish line first for the Argonauts in his second-consecutive 8,000-meter race. Haden finished 29th overall (26:52.00) in a field of 162 runners.“We ran against some of the top teams in our region today and we were right in the mix throughout the race,” head coach John Bergen said. “We finished well against our regional teams and had an overall good finish in a very strong field. I’m proud of the performances we had today.”Senior Martinique Sykes crossed the finish line second for UWF and finished 33rd overall (26:56.40). Fellow senior Dominique Sykes finished 36th overall (27:00.20) and third for the Argonauts.Sophomore Brandon Skeie set a personal-best time on an 8,000-meter course and finished 54th overall (27:34.10). Skeie set his previous personal-best time last season at this very meet as a freshman, and bettered his previous mark by seven seconds.”It was nice to see Brandon run one of his best races of the year,” Bergen said. “I think this race is going to help him get into form the rest of the season.”Freshman Sam Hippely rounded out the top-five finishers for UWF by placing 57th overall (27:39.40).UWF will head to Fayetteville, Ark. for the Chili Pepper Festival races next weekend before heading to Hoover, Ala. the following weekend for the Gulf South Conference Championships. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.WEST FLORIDA MEN’S RESULTS1. Evans Kirwa, Embry-Riddle, 24:40.00; 29. Cody Haden, WEST FLORIDA, 26:52.00; 33. Martinique Sykes, WEST FLORIDA, 26:56.40; 36. Dominique Sykes, WEST FLORIDA, 27:00.20; 54. Brandon Skeie, WEST FLORIDA, 27:34.10pr; 57. Sam Hippely, WEST FLORIDA, 27:39.40; 64. Chris Roach, WEST FLORIDA, 27:52.50; 68. David Drumm, WEST FLORIDA, 27:58.50; 71. Roman Kowalski, WEST FLORIDA, 28:06.20; 79. Eddie Pagan, WEST FLORIDA, 28:12.70; 93. A.J. Cunningham, WEST FLORIDA, 28:32.80; 96. Robert Abellera, WEST FLORIDA, 28:42.80; 102. Taylor Hickey, WEST FLORIDA, 28:59.50; 122. Andre Bordelon, WEST FLORIDA, 30:06.20; 124. Jacob Slupecki, WEST FLORIDA, 30:12.70; 134. Tyler Mitchell, WEST FLORIDA, 30:34.50; 136. Mike Urbanski, WEST FLORIDA, 30:37.60; WEST FLORIDA MEN’S TEAM RESULTS1. Florida State, 64; 6. WEST FLORIDA, 180.pr – Personal Record#ARGOS#       Print Friendly Version UWF men’s cross country finishes sixth at FSU Invitationalcenter_img Sophomore Brandon Skeie set a personal-best time on the 8,000-meter course at the FSU Invite. (Photo by Chris Nelson) last_img read more

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Browns WR Kenny Britt Whining About Playing Sunday in London

first_imgCount Browns wide out Kenny Britt, whose done little to deserve the big four-year deal worth $32.5 million dollars he inked with the Browns this offseason, as one of those not happy about playing overseas in London this Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.Britt, who thus far has pulled in 10 passes for 128 yards and one touchdown, has prior experience playing across the ocean when he was a member of the Los Angeles Rams, and said it was not a good experience.Via ESPN Britt had some pretty strong words about the NFL’s idea of playing some of their regular season games in London, disrupting teams that are use to a normal weekly schedule.“I hated London, hated it,” Britt said to ESPN. “I hated it with a passion.”“I hated everything about it,” Britt said. “I hated the flight. I hated us being there so long. I hated the flight back. I hated the food.“You can ask my wife the same thing, and she’ll give you the same answer.”Was there anything he liked about it?
“Nothing,” he said.Britt sure doesn’t mind committing the robbery of the $1.6 million he got as a signing bonus from the Browns, or the $4 million in base salary he’s making this season from the team – but playing overseas, yeah that’s just no fun for the 28-year-old wide out who week in and week out doesn’t seem to be the most popular player wearing Brown and Orange. Matt Loede Related TopicsBrownsKenny BrittLondoncenter_img Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE.last_img read more

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Browns Trade Carlos Hyde to Jacksonville, Get Pick in Return

first_img Related TopicsCarlos HydeHue JacksonLeonard FournetteNick Chubb CLEVELAND, OH – For several weeks, Browns head coach Hue Jackson has said rookie running back Nick Chubb would receive more carries. Now he finally will.Cleveland shipped veteran running back Carlos Hyde, 28, to Jacksonville for a fifth-round pick. ESPN’S Adam Schefter was the first to report the transaction. The team has since confirmed the deal.Hyde joined the Browns this past offseason as a free agent, inking a three-year $15.25 million dollar deal. A little over a month later the team drafted Chubb in the second-round of the NFL Draft and then signed Duke Johnson to a three-year extension over the summer.While entering the season with an embarrassment of riches at running back was a good problem to have for a franchise that has historically lacked playmakers at the skill positions. But as the season progressed it became obvious that Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley were struggling to incorporate the trio of Hyde, Chubb and Johnson into the offense effectively.Through six games Hyde dominated the carries among the three. Hyde’s 114 carries accounted for more than 60-percent of the Browns rushing attempts this season. He’s rushed for 387 yards and five touchdowns this season and had a yards per carry average of 3.4.Prior to coming to joining the Browns this offseason, the Ohio State product spent the first four years of his career with the 49ers. In 2015 he broke his foot and played in just seven games, but bounced back from the injury to post back-to-back 900-plus yard seasons in 2016 and 2017.Meanwhile, Chubb posted a breakout performance against the Raiders in Week four, making the most of his three carries by ripping off touchdowns runs of 63 and 41 yards. He finished with 105 yards on the day along with the two scores. Despite averaging 10.8 yards per attempt the rookie has only received three carries in the two weeks since that breakout effort. Now he’ll likely become the feature back of the Browns offense.As for Hyde, he’ll go to a team desperate for a reliable running back since Leonard Fournette has played in just two games because of a nagging hamstring injury. This move is not an indictment on Hyde by any means. It’s strictly business. The Browns had a surplus of running backs, like what they have in Chubb and Johnson and saw an opportunity to acquire some always sought after draft capital.With the addition of Jacksonville’s fifth-rounder, Cleveland now has multiple picks from New England and Jacksonville to add to their own picks in rounds one-six next year. From the Patriots, Cleveland has a third-rounder from the Danny Shelton deal and a fifth-rounder from the Josh Gordon trade. They also have a conditional seventh-rounder from the Jaguars as part of the deal that sent Cody Kessler to Jacksonville.The Browns remain on the hook for the $3.5 million signing bonus in Hyde’s contract, of which only $1.666 million remains on the books for 2018. The remaining portion of the signing bonus can be pushed to the team’s 2019 salary. Hyde’s total cap hit for this season is $1,266,666.Follow: @Spencito_ Spencer Germanlast_img read more

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Murakami’s season best not enough

first_img GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 KAWASAKI (Kyodo) World bronze medalist Yukifumi Murakami posted his best throw of the season Sunday but it was only good enough for second place in the men’s javelin at the Super Track and Field Meet.Murakami launched an 82.52-meter effort at Todoroki Stadium to finish behind Finland’s Tero Pitkamaki, who won the gold medal with a throw of 83.12.center_img Beijing Olympic bronze medalist Teemu Wirkkala (76.85), also of Finland, was a distant third.Chisato Fukushima also had to make do with a runnerup finish after posting a time of 11.48 seconds in the women’s 100 meters won by American Tianna Madison in 11.32.In the men’s 100, French sprinter Christophe Lemaitre, the first male athlete of non-African heritage to break the 10-second barrier, beat Wallace Spearmon of the U.S. with a winning time of 10.26. last_img read more

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Miscommunication caused ref absence – Stewart

first_imgJamaica Football Federation (JFF) referees department head Victor Stewart said that match officials’ absence at Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) games yesterday was because of a misunderstanding.He says miscommunication regarding the confirmation of payment of fees owed to them led to 10 officials not showing up for yesterday’s fixtures, which included the postponed Tivoli Gardens-Waterhouse game at the Edward Seaga Complex.But Stewart said that the referees were paid, although late. “The PLCA (Premier League Clubs Association) had met the obligation, however,” Stewart told The Gleaner. “The PLCA was late in their payment, but they did make their payments, and we have to give them kudos for that.”He confirmed that alternative officials were despatched for the game to be played as planned. “Some people take it up on themselves and decided not work today,” Stewart said. “The fact is at least 10 people pulled out on me. I had to full out with some replacements. By the time I realised that the referees who were assigned did not honour their appointments, I tried to find replacements. They reached the game at 3:20 p.m. At 3:30 p.m., the commissioner decided to call off the game.”Stewart said that the fixture between Arnett Gardens and Mount Pleasant will be played as planned at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex tonight at 8:35 p.m. He said that he does not anticipate any further interruptions with subsequent fixtures. daniel.wheeler@gleanerjm.comlast_img read more

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Middle school football (update 1): Haughton, Benton tie for first in 8th-grade district; Greenacres,…

first_imgThe Bossier Parish middle school district football season closed Tuesday with ties at the top of the seventh- and eighth-grade standings.Greenacres and Benton finished tied for first in the seventh-grade district at 4-1. Haughton and Benton finished tied for first in the eighth-grade district at 4-1.In seventh-grade games Tuesday, Greenacres rallied past Cope 14-12, Benton downed Haughton 34-22 and Elm Grove edged Rusheon 18-14.In eighth-grade games, Haughton slipped past Benton 26-24 in overtime, Elm Grove downed Rusheon 27-6 and Greenacres defeated Cope 24-0.At Haughton, Evan Cole completed an outstanding season with 102 yards rushing and two touchdowns in Benton’s seventh-grade victory. He also had 56 yards receiving and caught a TD pass from Caleb Cassidy.Cassidy completed nine of 12 passes for 167 yards and three touchdowns. He also threw a pass to Davis Sellers for a two-point conversion.Sam Dominick had 63 yards receiving on four catches and a touchdown. Sellers had three catches for 41 yards and a touchdown. Jalen Taylor, Dylan Littleton, Charlie Nance, Jackson Ashley and Austin Prickett were cited for their defensive play.Haughton’s Elton Bryant scored two touchdowns and added a conversion. Jakob Davidson also scored a TD. Logan Carmack caught a conversion pass from Coleman Stafford.Pete Paintin, Demerus Gladney and Kaleb McClinton were defensive standouts.Haughton finished 3-2 in district play, one game behind Benton and Greenacres.Peyton Stovall passed to Jack Edwards for a touchdown and a two-point conversion in overtime to lift the Haughton eighth-graders to the dramatic victory.Stovall capped an outstanding middle school career with 140 yards passing and two rushing touchdowns. Logan Wilkerson and Dylan Turner had good games on both sides of the ball.Wilkerson scored on a 12-yard run and had 36 yards receiving and seven tackles. Turner had 36 yards receiving and five tackles.Dustin Phillips helped the Bucs’ cause with 63 yards rushing. Jake St. Andre led the defense with 12 tackles. Jamarcus Richardson had eight. Demareya Howard and Jordan Duty had six each.Carter Griffin and Jayden Osborn each recovered fumbles. Keshun English had an interception.Benton’s Clint Lasiter, who also had an outstanding middle school career, completed 10 of 19 passes for 123 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 61 yards on nine carries, including a 12-yard touchdown run.Ashur Hall completed an outstanding season with 21 carries for 91 yards, including a 6-yard touchdown run. He also caught seven passes for 43 yards, including a 14-yard score. Defensively, he had two sacks and seven total tackles.Jackson Illingsworth scored the Tigers’ touchdown in overtime on a 9-yard pass from Lasiter.Owen Wainscott had 48 yards receiving and six tackles.Cade Waits and Brock VanHoy were outstanding on the offensive and defensive lines. The Benton secondary also played well.At Airline, Greenacres’ Gavin Ashworth scored the tying touchdown on a run around right end, going head over heels into the end zone with 16 seconds left in the game. Ashworth then ran in the two-point conversion. Jaden Miller also scored a touchdown for Greenacres.Rovelle Young and Frederick Manning scored rushing touchdowns for the victorious Greenacres eighth-grade squad.Alex Garcia tossed a touchdown pass to Jacob Smith. Jordan Boyd caught two two-point conversion passes from Garcia. Devarrick Woods also scored a conversion.Garcia, Young and Makhi Tanner led an outstanding defensive effort by the Mustangs. Angel Espinoza returned an interception 45 yards.At Preston Crownover Stadium, Jamonte Gordon scored two touchdowns to lift Elm Grove to the seventh-grade victory.Gordon scored the Eagles’ final touchdown from 5 yards out with only about a minute left in the game. He also had a 12-yard TD run in the second half.James Jordan raced 65 yards for a touchdown on Elm Grove’s first possession of the game. He finished with 125 yards on the ground.Defensive standouts included Michael Feaster and Fabian Elias.Elm Grove finished 6-2 overall and 3-2 in district, tying with Haughton for third.AJ Green threw two touchdown passes for the victorious Eagles eighth-grade squad.He hit Quincey Jones for 55 yards and Brady Norcross for 30.Dariousz Patterson intercepted his third pass of the season and returned it 40 yards for a touchdown. Brady Norcross went 40 yards for Elm Grove’s final score.Kicker Luis Espino, who had an impressive season, made three of four extra-point attempts. Connor Norcross rushed for 50 yards.Patterson and Anthony Salazar led the Eagles defense.Elm Grove finished 3-2 in district, one game behind Benton and Haughton.Darrell Beck scored a rushing touchdown for Rusheon and added the two-point conversion. Jermarcus Wilson also ran the ball well.Isaiah Taylor recovered a fumble.NOTE: The above report is based on information provided by coaches. It will be updated when more information is received.— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.comTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

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High school volleyball: Parkway, Benton, Airline notch victories

first_imgCurry cited the play of junior middle Harley Pierce, junior setter Amaya Beckwith, sophomore RS/DS Evalyn Dang and sophomore outside hitter/DS Mackenzie Eason. While Parkway and Captain Shreve are both District 1-I members, Thursday’s match was not a designated district contest. The Lady Panthers return to action Monday with a 5 p.m. non-district match at Calvary Baptist. At Ruston, Adrienne Vickers led Haughton in kills with six. She also had one block. At Caddo Magnet, Airline rallied from a 19-16 deficit to take the first set. The Lady Vikings then dominated the second. The Lady Mustangs kept it close in the third but Airline pulled away late for the win. Ariana Wilkinson had eight aces, 14 assists, four digs, one block and one kill. Elizabeth Gatti had six kills, six assists, one block and one dig. Jaci Ervin had nine digs, two aces and one kill. Jacque Deville had four kills, three blocks, one ace and one dig. Andie Taylor had a team-high six blocks along with two kills and one ace. “It’s been hard being thrown into playing games without having a match with anyone but ourselves,” she said. “We came into this game with a much better understanding of our personnel, but tonight we continued to make some minor adjustments. I’m really proud of how the team played defensively. They continue to play by our motto More2Give.” At Caddo Magnet, Benton found itself trailing 16-11 in the third set after the teams split the first two. But the Lady Tigers reeled off 10 straight points en route to taking a two sets to one lead. “Amaya Beckwith is new to setting this year and has done an exceptional job at stepping up,” Curry said. “Evalyn Dang did an amazing job playing both on and off the net. Mackenzie Eason is a multi-skilled player playing tonight both front and back row.” Loyola dominated the fourth set and continued to have the upper hand in the fifth, jumping out an 8-4 lead. But the Lady Tigers regrouped and won 11 of the next 14 points to take the match. The Parkway Lady Panthers were on the verge of falling to 0-2, losing the first two sets at home to Captain Shreve 25-11 and 25-20. But Parkway rallied to win the next two handily, 25-14 and 25-15. “She is athletic and can cover a lot of ground,” Curry said of Pierce. At Parkway, head coach Barbara Curry said the Lady Panthers had to “put up a fight for this win.” Benton got contributions from every player that saw action. In the other five-setter, the Benton Lady Tigers rallied to win the third and fifth sets at Loyola College Prep, taking the match 25-22, 22-25, 25-21, 12-25, 15-11. Benton improved to 2-0.center_img Mia McWilliams led the team in assists with seven and had one kill. Taralyn Sweeney had three kills. Erin Martin and Daly Nagot led the Lady Tigers in kills with seven each. Martin also had seven digs and two aces. Nagot added three blocks, three digs and one ace. Jaycie Keith had a solid match with five kills and five digs. Kaely Bettisworth had a team-high seven digs. Emma Hoffman had one ace, one kill and one dig. Harlie Erickson and Kylie Ortiz had two digs each. Haughton was the only parish team to come up short. But after losing the first set 25-8 to host Ruston, the Lady Bucs picked up their game and gave the defending District 1-I champion Lady Bearcats all they wanted in the final two sets, falling 25-20 and 25-21. Haughton dropped to 0-2. The Lady Panthers then won the tense fifth set 18-16 to improve to 1-1. Gracyn Badiali had five kills, four aces and one block. Abby Schroeder led the team in aces with five. She also had four kills and two blocks. Haughton hosts Airline in a non-district match Thursday at 5. Airline returns to District 1-I play Tuesday at West Monroe. Tatum Waites had five digs. Kaitlyn Masters had two kills and two digs. Macie Nance had three kills and one block. Benton hosts Pineville in a District 1-I match Tuesday at 6. Three of Bossier Parish’s four volleyball squads won non-district matches Thursday evening with two pulling out five-set thrillers. The Airline Lady Vikings also improved to 2-0, defeating Caddo Magnet 25-22, 25-8, 25-19 on the road. NOTE: Individual match statistics provided by coaches.Premier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond Boutique|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoHealthyFoodNetwork21 Celebs Who Are Gay – No.13 Will Shock Men  HealthyFoodNetwork|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

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Foley Shows On-Court Support for Big Brothers Big Sisters

first_img About Connatix V56892 1080p HD FOLEY — Seven Foley Basketball players who participate in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program gave their littles a taste of the on-court experience during their game Tuesday night.Alex Foss is a Junior Power Foward on the varsity team. He says what drew him into the program was the opportunity to teach his little, Ashton Fussy, some valuable things about life.”Just to know that Ashton is having fun in school, getting away from things a little bit, having a fun time with me and learning some valuable life lessons from me.” 1/1 Auto (360p) 720p HDcenter_img 360p About Connatix V56892 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Foss says, he tries to teach Fussy lessons from the court like patience, and not complaining. The off-court lessons he tries to teach, are based on making sure his little succeeds.”Try to behave in school, listen to his teachers, read a book here and there, be nice to his friends, things like that.”Foley’s Head Coach, Nathan Larison says his players being in the BBBS program is right in line with what they try to teach them on the court.”One thing we try and coach up a little bit is for our guys to be role models to the younger kids. So having them involved in a great program like BBBS, it’s great, to see the littles and how excited they are, and our guys are pretty excited about it too.”The littles all got to see the game for free, got to sit on the bench during the team’s warm-ups and stand on the court during the national anthem. They also helped introduce the team, being the first high-fives as they ran on the court.The girls’ team will hold their own Big Brothers Big Sisters night on Friday.last_img read more

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Wild Skate Past Columbus Tuesday

first_img 1/1 360p About Connatix V56490 Auto (360p) 1080p HD Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 720p HD The Minnesota Wild beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-4 Tuesday night at Xcel Energy Center. The Wild is now 30-25-7 on the season and currently sit three points out of a wild card playoff spot.Mikko Koivu broke a scoring slump with a two-goal night, while Ryan Donato, Eric Staal and Kevin Fiala each scored goals in the win for Minnesota as well.The Wild will play at Detroit Thursday night. Puck drop is set for 6:30 p.m. on AM 1390, Granite City Sports. About Connatix V56490last_img read more

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