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Tyrone L. Peters

September 24, 2020 | mfhfzdun | No Comments

first_imgTyrone L. Peters, age 69 of Maineville, Ohio and formerly of Batesville, died Saturday, April 2, 2016 at the Bickford of Middletown.  Born March 4, 1947, he is the son of Irene (Nee: Bruns) and Charley Peters.  He served in the Air Force during the Vietnam War.  After the service he became a civilian contractor for the U.S. Navy at the Jefferson Proving Grounds working as a crane and heavy equipment operator, retiring in September of 2003 after thirty years.  He married Sue Sherman on September 5, 1970 and she preceded him in death March 11, 2002.While stationed in Thailand, a friend taught him to play guitar.  It was a hobby he would enjoy for the rest of his life.  Another passion was hand carving animals from wood.  A talented artist, Ty built an extensive collection over his lifetime.  His family also indicated he was an avid Reds fan, followed both the Bengals and the Colts and liked watching the new Hawaii 5-0 series as well as “The Voice.”He is survived by his sister Sharon Cozart of Batesville; brother Gerald (Gary) Peters of Lebanon, Ohio and several nieces and nephews.  In addition to his wife and parents, he is also preceded in death by his brothers William and Greg Peters.  Visitation is Wednesday, April 6th, from 9 – 11 a.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home.  Funeral services follow at 11:30 a.m. at St. Maurice Church in Napoleon with Rev. William Turner officiating.  Burial will follow in the church cemetery with military rites conducted by the Batesville V.F.W. Post #3183 and the Prell-Bland American Legion Post #271.  The family requests memorials to Hospice of Dayton.last_img read more

Three injured in Rush County motorcycle crash

September 23, 2020 | mfhfzdun | No Comments

first_imgRushville, In. — Three motorcyclists were injured in a four-vehicle crash over the weekend according to Indiana State police.Around 12:30 p.m. police responded to the State Road 44 and County Road 125 W in Rush County on a report of a rear end collision.A car driven by Bonnie Moor, 59, of Rushville, was stopped making a left turn onto County Road 1258 W when she was struck from behind by a pickup truck driven by Adelle Nuxoll, 17, of Holton. The impact pushed the bed of the truck into the path of two motorcycles on State Road 44.A motorcycle driven by Clayton Brown, 42, of Fairland, hit the truck bed. Brown and his passenger, Julie McKee, 45, were ejected from the motorcycle. Another motorcycle driven by James Armstrong, 50, of Indianapolis, skidded into a ditch.Julie McKee was flown by medical helicopter to St. Vincent’s in Indianapolis with a head injury and other non-life threatening injuries. Clayton Brown was transported to St Vincent’s in Indianapolis by ambulance for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. None of the injured motorcyclists were wearing helmets.The drivers of the passenger cars were uninjured. Alcohol was not believed to be a factor in the crash.last_img read more

first_img “It’s a tough result to take,” said Howe. “I was really pleased with the performance bar the last 15 minutes where we panicked and made some bad decisions on the ball. “But we dominated possession and chances, they only got in our box twice in the whole game and of course they’ve scored from one of those. “Sometimes football does play tricks on you where you can be so dominant and still lose the game. “The challenge for us is to come out of this spell, and when we do we’ll be a lot stronger for it. “One or two of them I felt we could have done better with, but the keeper had a very good day. “The pleasing thing is that we did create chances, and we haven’t always been like that this season. “We have to keep getting in the right places. “I thought Josh King had his best game in a Bournemouth shirt despite not scoring, I thought he was excellent. “He’s getting chances now. Before that he’d played effectively but not really tested goalkeepers or got in positions to score. “So I think he’s moving in the right direction.” Manager Howe has vowed the Cherries will stay true to their long-held ambitions of top-flight security through a quality approach, despite slipping into the relegation zone. Bournemouth lost out 1-0 at home to Newcastle on Saturday despite dominating territory, possession and chances, but Howe insists his side can still step away from trouble. Press Association Eddie Howe will not abandon his possession principles as Bournemouth’s quest for Premier League survival intensifies. The Cherries must face Everton, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal before the turn of the year, but Howe remains confident Bournemouth will continue to grow into their Premier League campaign. “If you can find me a way that’s different to dominating the ball and dominating chances that guarantees you winning games I’d be surprised to hear it,” said Howe. “I’ve made it very clear since day one of pre-season: we’re not going to change our style of football for anybody. “I still believe our style can and will be effective at this level, we just have to keep going.” Howe had hoped Bournemouth could head into the international break with a confidence-boosting third league win of the campaign on Saturday. Instead Newcastle produced a smash-and-grab raid, Ayoze Perez poking home his side’s only shot on target with goalkeeper Rob Elliot producing a string of fine saves to deny the hosts. Former Magpies defender Sylvain Distin sat stunned on the pitch at the final whistle as the size of Bournemouth’s top-flight task hit home. Josh King failed to make the most of several promising openings, leaving Howe still backing the Norway forward to come good in front of goal. last_img read more

Don Cossack likely for King George Kempton trip

September 20, 2020 | mfhfzdun | No Comments

first_img “He’s entered in the Lexus but more than likely the King George is the plan,” said Elliott. “He looks a picture.” Gordon Elliott feels Don Cossack could not be in ruder health as he gears up for a likely assault on the William Hill King George VI Chase at Kempton on St. Stephen’s Day. The big Cheltenham Gold Cup hope also holds an entry two days later in the Lexus Chase at Leopardstown, but connections are instead likely to head across the Irish Sea. Don Cossack has won his last four races over fences, three of which were Grade Ones, and enjoyed a nice workout on Tuesday morning under Bryan Cooper. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

first_imghighlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Beuran Hendricks replaces Alzarri Joseph in Mumbai Indians squad. Mumbai Indians are currently placed at the third position in points table. Indians will play next game against Chennai at Chepauk.  center_img New Delhi: Mumbai Indians have roped in left-arm pacer Beuran Hendricks as replacement for the injured Alzarri Joseph for the remainder of the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League 2019. The South African spearhead has previously been a part of King XI Punjab’s set-up in IPL.Hendricks, the 28-year-old, has played 64 T20s, picking up 89 scalps at an average of just over 20. He has also played two ODIs and 10 T20Is for South AfricaMI lock horns against Chennai Super Kings in their next IPL 2019 game in Chennai on April 26.last_img read more

first_imgThe last Grand Slam matches were at the Australian Open, which ended in early February. The French Open was postponed from May to late September, and Wimbledon was canceled for the first time since World War II.___More AP tennis: https://apnews.com/apf-Tennis and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the U.S. Open tennis tournament (all times local):11:20 a.m.Grand Slam tennis is back in action for the first time in nearly seven full months as the U.S. Open gets started without spectators amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Latest: Grand Slam tennis set to resume at US Open in NY Associated Press center_img Angelique Kerber, the 2016 champion at Flushing Meadows, is facing Ajla Tomljanovic in the first match in Louis Armstrong Stadium.There are about 15 people, including reporters, scattered in the stands of an arena that holds about 14,000.The No. 1-seeded woman, Karolina Pliskova, will face Anhelina Kalinina later Monday in the first match in Arthur Ashe Stadium.Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka are scheduled to play at night.The professional tennis tours were on hiatus from March until August because of the COVID-19 outbreak. August 31, 2020last_img read more

Robert Woods will not practice until August

September 17, 2020 | mfhfzdun | No Comments

first_imgThough most Trojans have been participating in unofficial team workouts in preparation for fall camp and the upcoming football season, one key member of the 2011 team that went 10-2 and finished sixth in the final AP poll remains notably absent: Junior wide receiver Robert Woods.Sidelined · Junior wide receiver Robert Woods set a Pac-12 record for catches last season. He and sophomore Marqise Lee each had more than 1,000 yards receiving last year and caught double-digit touchdowns. – Daily Trojan file photoWoods, who was also unable to take part in spring practice after undergoing arthroscopic ankle surgery in December, told ESPN LA’s Pedro Moura that a recent MRI still showed inflammation in his ankle. On June 8, shortly before the MRI was taken, Woods remarked to ESPN LA that he was hoping to be cleared by team doctors “shortly.”Despite the setback, Woods hopes to return in time for practice in early August. He played despite the injured ankle for most of last season and has said he will do so again if necessary.Woods is coming off an All-American 2011 campaign in which he finished with 111 catches, 1,292 yards and 15 touchdowns. He broke former Trojan Keyshawn Johnson’s long-standing single-season receptions record, (setting a new Pac-12 mark in the process), finished as a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award — given to the nation’s best wide receiver — and had at least 100 yards receiving in seven games.In USC’s opener against Minnesota on Sept. 3, Woods set a single-game school record with 17 receptions, adding 177 yards and three touchdowns in a 19-17 victory. In an Oct. 1 home game against Arizona, Woods finished with 14 catches, 255 yards and two scores as the Trojans beat the Wildcats 48-41.If Woods isn’t cleared to return to practice in time for fall camp, the Trojans will turn to sophomore Marqise Lee to serve as the team’s top receiving threat. Lee was named the 2011 Pac-12 Freshman Offensive Co-Player of the Year after putting up 1,143 yards and 11 touchdowns on 73 receptions. He was No. 15 in the country in receiving yards and had a career-high 224 yards and two touchdowns in a 50-0 rout over UCLA on Nov. 26.Other receivers who would take on larger roles include redshirt freshman Victor Blackwell, redshirt junior De’Von Flournoy and sophomore George Farmer, a highly recruited player out of high school who dealt with injury problems in the spring but should be healthy come August. Incoming freshman Nelson Agholor could also see time at wide receiver.last_img read more

Babers unsure of Dungey’s status moving forward

September 16, 2020 | mfhfzdun | No Comments

first_img Published on November 17, 2018 at 7:25 pm Contact Josh: jlschafe@syr.edu | @Schafer_44 Facebook Twitter Google+ Commentscenter_img On Syracuse’s third drive of the game, four-year starting quarterback Eric Dungey grabbed his lower back before dropping to the ground. He flailed on the ground for a few seconds before the training staff and several coaches surrounded him.“Don’t know right now, still waiting on the trainers.” SU head coach Dino Babers said on the status of his quarterback. “We’ve got to get him back to our place and check him out.”Alexandra Moreo | Senior Staff PhotographerDungey walked off the field under his own power and into the locker room where he never returned from. No. 12 Syracuse eventually lost to No. 3 Notre Dame 36-3 on Saturday at Yankee Stadium. Right tackle Koda Martin said after the game the team didn’t see Dungey at halftime or the end of the game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textPrior to the injury, Dungey had completed one pass for 10 yards while rushing twice for eight yards. Redshirt freshman Tommy DeVito replaced Dungey at quarterback. After performing well in substitute of Dungey twice earlier this season in wins over Florida State and North Carolina, DeVito threw 14-of-31 for 105 yards on Saturday.Dungey’s injury against the Irish was one of several he’s suffered over his four years as a starter at SU, and the fourth that’s forced him to leave a November game. As a freshman and sophomore, Dungey suffered season-ending concussions. Last season, a broken foot held Dungey out of the final three games.last_img read more

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Published on January 13, 2019 at 7:07 pm Contact Michael: mmcclear@syr.edu | @MikeJMcClearycenter_img Quentin Hillsman was frustrated. Though his star point guard Tiana Mangakahia had her share of brilliant moments throughout the season, he had a game plan for North Carolina. He talked to her about it, but it seemed as if she didn’t listen. Multiple times, she missed players up the floor in transition: an emphasis of her and Hillsman’s, whose quick-trigger offense relies on the ability to get the ball down the court. And quick.Hillsman yelled. And Mangakahia heard it all game. She knew she wasn’t doing everything right. Maybe it even held her back, Hillsman said after the Orange’s (14-2, 3-0 Atlantic coast) 90-77 win over North Carolina (9-8, 0-3). He trudged to the scorer’s table, convinced his point guard played “awful.” But then he saw the stats.“I probably should be quiet,” Hillsman joked.“Because she’s…” he stopped, doubled over and chuckled. “34, 10 and 10. I don’t know what I’m talking about.”Mangakahia’s 34-point, 10-rebound and 10-assist triple-double is the first triple-double of that fashion in Syracuse history and the fourth triple-double all time. When the Orange were challenged by the pace of play early in the game, Mangakahia responded and took control. Through its star point guard, Syracuse tallied its lowest turnover total of the season and extended its winning streak to eight with its third-straight ACC win.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThis isn’t the first time Mangakahia’s brilliance stole the attention: Sunday’s scoring was her season-high point total, and the fifth 20-point game of the season for the pass-first guard, who said she’s the best “true point guard” in the ACC. Between Mangakahia’s takeovers, her ability to control a game’s pace remains an important facet of Hillsman’s directive.Susie Teucsher | Digital Design EditorIn the preseason, Hillsman and associate head coach Vonn Read didn’t hesitate to downplay how an improved frontcourt would slow the game down for the Orange. SU would play fast, as they usually do.North Carolina tried to cheat, though. Knowing well of Syracuse’s pace, UNC guards leaked out behind the SU defense for open looks in transition. Hillsman wasn’t surprised and said it’s a game plan that showed in UNC’s tape from games earlier in the season and in past years. Syracuse caught a couple of early breaks: a wide-open missed layup, and another one a few possessions later led to SU conversions on the other end that halted the Tar Heels’ speed. Coupled with the best first-half 3-point performance in program history (Mangakahia said all game UNC gave SU shooters too much space), the Orange grabbed an early lead and went to the break up 19.But at halftime, the quick plays, the abandoned rebound attempts, the wide open transition looks continued. SU’s lead fell to 11 — timeout SU. Then seven — another stoppage. SU needed a new strategy.“We sometimes come in not ready to go and the teams are able to come back on us,” Digna Strautmane said. “I feel like we need to be more ready.”But a new strategy required the Orange to tap into a frequent contributor. The seismic shift of the game came in the likeliest of forms.  As the Orange settled, the pace of play fell to the hands of Mangakahia. It wasn’t the same play every time: there were some breakaways, there were some drives, there were some jumpers. But anyway she could, Mangakahia controlled the game.She completed passes far from the other side of the court, drove to the hoop and stepped into wide-open shots from the top of the key. Her and-one layup ignited the crowd and her slowed down play with the ball settled an SU offense that flirted with collapse. Hillsman said before the season he wanted balance. Mangakahia, who practiced her 3-pointer this summer to give her something to turn to at any point of the game, gave a lot of everything.Near the end of the fourth quarter, Strautmane leaked into the lane unguarded and jumped up, begging for the ball. But Mangakahia waved her off, smiled and pointed to Hillsman on the sideline. Time was running off the clock, that was the time to slow down. By the end of the game, the Orange once again found its pace. And it went at the speed of Mangakahia.“Last year, nobody knew who I was coming in. Now this season, everyone knew my kind of game. They knew I like to pass,” Mangakahia said. “I kind of like it when teams try to take me away from what I’m trying to do. I just push harder.”She paused and smiled: “Obviously, when things are going well I like it.”last_img read more

first_imgRelated2017 Afrobasket: D’Tigers Edge Past Côte d’Ivoire To Begin Title Defence With A VictorySeptember 8, 2017In “National Team”2017 AfroBasket: Unstoppable D’Tigers Cruise Past MaliSeptember 10, 2017In “National Team”D’Tigers Defeat Senegal To Reach AfroBasket FinalSeptember 15, 2017In “National Team” Ike Diogu was named the Most Valuable Player of the tournament and also headlines the All-Star Five alongside teammate Ikenna Iroegbu, Mohamed Hadidane (Tunisia), Mourad El Mabrouk (Tunisia) and Gorgui Dieng(Senegal). D’Tigers of Nigeria failed to defend their FIBA AfroBasket title losing to co-host Tunisia 65-77 in Tunis on Saturday.Nigerian captain Ike Diogu produced another high-scoring performance with 20 points and 10 rebounds but was not enough to stop the Tunisians.center_img Points Per Quarter1st: Nigeria 14-8 Tunisia2nd: Nigeria 10-17 Tunisia3rd: Nigeria 16-27 Tunisia4th: Nigeria 25-25 Tunisialast_img read more