JACKSON, Minn. – The IMCA Frostbuster at Jackson Motorplex has been rescheduled due to unreasonably cold temperatures forecasted for this weekend.The track’s season-opening event will now be a one-day show featuring IMCA Modifieds in a $1,000 to win Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying event.Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods run for $600 to win, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars for $500 to win, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks for $400 to win and Mach-1 Sport Compacts for $100 to win.IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, regional, Allstar Performance State and track points will be awarded.Pits are scheduled to open at 4 p.m. with the front gates opening at 5 p.m. and racing at 7 p.m.Tickets are $15 for adults, $5 for students ages 13 to 18 and free for children ages 12 and younger. Pit passes are $30. Jackson Motorplex is offering a Family Pass, which includes two adults and up to three students, for $33.
In the process, Embuldeniya created history by becoming only the fourth Sri Lanka bowler in history to take a five-wicket haul on debut. In 1986, left-arm pacer Kosala Kuruppuarachchi became the first Sri Lankan to take five-wickets on debut during the Pakistan Test in Colombo as the hosts won the match by eight wickets. Upul Chandana, the legspinner, became the first Sri Lankan to take a five-wicket haul on debut overseas when he took 6/179 against Pakistan in Dhaka in 2000 but Sri Lanka lost the game by an innings and 175 runs. Akila Dananjaya took 5/24 against Bangladesh in Dhaka in 2018. Embuldeniya is the first Sri Lankan to take a five-wicket haul on debut outside the sub-continent.Embuldeniya made his First-Class debut in 2017 for Nondescripts Cricket Club. In 21 games at the domestic level, the tall left-arm bowler has taken 125 wickets at an average of 20.13. His major success in 2019 came in the game against Saracens Sports Club at the Colts Ground in Colombo. Embuldeniya picked up 6/96 and 3/66 but Saracens won the game convincingly. He followed it up with 4/86 against the Sinhalese Sports Club at the P Sara Stadium. Following the 0-2 rout against Australia, Sri Lanka appointed some fresh faces in the side and Dimuth Karunaratne was made the stand-in captain in place of Dinesh Chandimal. Lasith Embuldeniya became 4th Sri Lanka bowler to take five wickets on debut.Rangana Herath took 433 wickets in 93 Tests.Sri Lanka have won only one Test in South Africa. New Delhi: When Rangana Herath announced his retirement during the Galle Test against England in 2018, Sri Lanka suffered yet another setback in their quest to rebuild the team. Following the retirement of Muttiah Muralitharan, who had taken 800 wickets and was Sri Lanka’s ultimate match-winner, it was Herath who helped Sri Lanka maintain their consistency. The left-arm spinner, who made his debut in 1999, became the leading left-arm bowler in the world as he finished with 433 wickets in 93 Tests. However, in the Durban Test against South Africa in February 2019, Sri Lanka unearthed a new gem and a bowler who can potentially fill the void left by Herath. On day 3, 22-year-old left-arm spinner Lasith Embuldeniya created history with a five-wicket haul to give Sri Lanka a faint chance.Embuldeniya had taken the wickets of Dean Elgar (35) and Temba Bavuma (3) but a 96-run stand between Quinton de Kock and Faf du Plessis boosted the Proteas towards a healthy lead. De Kock was trapped LBW by Embuldeniya for 55 but Faf du Plessis neared a century and he shared a 60-run stand with Vernon Philander. However, after the lunch break, Vishwa Fernando got rid of du Plessis for 90 and Embuldeniya got the wickets of Philander (18) and Kagiso Rabada (0) as he finished with a haul of 5/66 from 26 overs. Fernando’s haul of 4/71 resulted in South Africa losing five wickets for eight runs. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. highlights
Padres option Rookie of the Year candidate Chris Paddack to minors WALK 👏 IT 👏 OFF!*Emphasis on the walk pic.twitter.com/fgWpjt3Q8g— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) June 12, 2019“Just try and get a strike,” Betts told NESN after the game. “(Chavez) is tough. You start chasing on the corners and you’ll get out real quick. So, I just tried to get him over the big part of the plate.”Christian Vazquez opened the inning with a double for Boston and Jackie Bradley Jr. singled. Michael Chavis followed with a walk before Betts’ game-winning at-bat. Related News [email protected] launched a 460 ft no-doubter.The @Cubs have now hit 5 HR of 460+ ft this season. They hit 1 HR that far in 2018. pic.twitter.com/lehzaw4MTE— MLB Stats (@MLBStats) June 12, 2019Christian Yelich with a great diving catch.No hit for you.(MLB x @ScottsLawnCare) pic.twitter.com/zycN9oGcnJ— MLB (@MLB) June 13, 2019What’s nextCardinals (33-32) at Mets (33-34) — New York and St. Louis will begin a four-game series at Citi Field on Thursday. The Mets enter the matchup hot as they’ve won five of their last seven while the Cardinals have dropped four of six. St. Louis will send Jack Flaherty (4-3, 4.08 ERA) to the mound and New York will counter with Jacob deGrom (3-6, 3.45 ERA). Yankees exploring trade market for ‘impact’ player, Brian Cashman says Nolan Arenado says next Cubs-Rockies series could get ‘spicy’ “It just shows you we can start something anywhere in the lineup,” Betts said. “You’ve got to pitch to all nine guys, because they all can hurt you.”Mooooooook! pic.twitter.com/pKp1bHi9H9— NESN (@NESN) June 12, 2019Andrew Benintendi went 3 for 4 with two RBIs for the Red Sox in the victory.“(Benintendi) took some great swings,” Red Sox manager Alex Cora said after the game, via MLB.com. “It started with going the other way. We need him to start driving the ball. … He’s a complete hitter. It was good to see him swing the bat the way he did.”Boston starter Rick Porcello allowed two runs over 6 2/3 innings. Reliever Matt Barnes picked up the win.Studs of the nightRamon Laureano belted a grand slam in the Athletics’ 6-2 win over the Rays. He finished 2 for 4 at the plate.Ramón gives the A’s the lead and then some.(MLB x @PapaJohns) pic.twitter.com/dC1kncfX41— MLB (@MLB) June 12, 2019Cole Hamels threw seven shutout innings in the Cubs’ 10-1 win over the Rockies. He also drove in two runs.Duds of the nightThe entire Phillies lineup produced just three hits in a 2-0 loss to the Diamondbacks.Cardinals reliever John Brebbia allowed three runs in one inning of work in a 9-0 loss to the Marlins.HighlightsJavier Baez crushed this ball. The Red Sox picked up a walk-off win in unconventional fashion Wednesday.Jesse Chavez walked in Mookie Betts with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth to give the Red Sox a 4-3 win over the Rangers at Fenway Park. The victory snapped Boston’s three-game losing streak.
Tran, Son V.54Wichita, KS1400 US 166 Hwy, Geuda Springs, KSSUSOTheft of property/services3/2/16 Monday 0600Â toÂ Monday 0600Â Â WEEKLYÂ Â BOOKINGSÂ 2/29/2016 thru 3/07/2016Â Heasty, Travis W.42Wellington, KS516 N. F St., Wellington, KSWPDDriving under the influence3/5/16 NameAgeHome TownLocation of ArrestAgencyChargesDate of Arrest KRGC2 Niss, Mackenzie A.19Wellington, KS719 N. Washington, Wellington, KSWPDDomestic Batterry3/4/16 Magee, Anthony A.37Wichita, KSMM 33 Kansas Turnpike, Mulvane, KSSUSOProbation violation3/3/16 Kimzey, Robert J.22Wellington, KS715 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOTheft of property/services; Conspiracy theft of property/Services3/1/16 Winger, Martin E.35Wichita, KSMM 33, I35, Mulvane, KSSUSODriving while license cancelled; Vehicles, Unlawful Acts; Operate vehicle without liability insurance3/3/16 Hinkle, Steven D.41Omega, OK1300 Blk W. 8th, Wellington, KSWPDFailure to appear3/4/16 MPD3 Carbajal, Max25Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSGSOFailure to appear3/2/16 Asbury, Christopher A.22Wellington, KS1107 S. Jefferson, Wellington, KSWPDDisorderly conduct3/2/16 Gambrell, Lance B.40Palastine, TXI-35MP 16, Wellington, KSKRGCDriving while suspended3/6/16 Crump, Daniel A.36Wichita, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOProbation violation3/4/16 Hunt, Brian J.35Wichita, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOPossession of opiate3/3/16 Gallegos, Gage M.22Wichita, KS777 Kansas Star Dr., Mulvane, KSMPDFailure to appear/ Possession of opiate3/2/16 SGSO4 Haley, Christopher L.32Colorado Springs, COSedgwick County JailSGSOFailure to appear/ Domestic battery2/29/16 Davidson, John P.54Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSGSODriving while license cancelled3/3/16 Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Foreman, Ronnie L.43South Haven, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence3/4/16 TOTAL25 Peters, Sarah G.21Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSGSOTheft of property/services2/29/16 Sumner Newscow report â€” The Sumner County Sheriff Office report for Feb. 29 to March 7, 2016 weekly jail bookings are as follows:Â Regnary, Jennifer K.43Wellington, KS2022 E. 16th, Wellington, KSWPDTheft of property/services2/29/16 Pauls, Chelsea B.26Hutchinson, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOProbation violation3/4/16 Coldron, Joshua M.23Haysville, KS777 Kansas Star Dr., Mulvane, KSSUSOFailure to appear2/29/16 Andrews, Andy J.38Wichita, KS777 Kansas Star Dr., Mulvane, KSKRGCPossession of depressant; Battery; Assault; Disorderly conduct; Criminal tresspass3/5/16 SUSO9 WPD6 Niss, Jenny R.42Wellington, KS719 N. Washington, Wellington, KSWPDDomestic battery3/4/16 Hall, Wendi J.46Mulvane, KS810 S. College St., Mulvane, KSMPDFailure to appear3/4/16 Webb, Michael D.26Wichita, KS777 Kansas Star Dr., Mulvane, KSMPDUse/possess w/intent to use drug paraphernalia; Unlawful use of a driver’s license; Possession of opiate3/5/16
LITTLE SILVER – Teacher Mandy Galante of Red Bank Regional High School’s Academy of Information Technology (AOIT) was recently honored by Yale University with its 2012 Yale Educator Award.Mandy Galante, a teacher at Red Bank Regional High School’s Academy of Information Technology (AOIT), at the school. She was recently awarded a 2012 Yale Educator Award after being nominated by a former student.Galante, a Little Silver resident, was nominated for the honor by her former student, Jared Katzman, now a freshman at Yale.Katzman was a very successful student at RBR and won several national team competitions under Galante’s tutelage in the Cyber Security and information technology areas.Galante is one of 90 teachers and counselors from 22 states and 12 countries who received the award.According to a press release from the Yale Office of Graduate Admissions, “The Yale Admissions Office attributes the exceptional quality of the Yale student body to educators like these who shape the students long before they attend Yale, and like to thank these and all educators for their ongoing efforts in motivating and supporting their students.”Galante was also named RBR’s and Monmouth County’s 2012 Teacher of the Year, as well as NJ’s Teacher of the Year by the Air Force Association. The latter sponsors the National CyberPatriot Competition which Galante’s students, including Jared Katzman, took the national championship.“It is Mrs. Galante’s teaching style and attitude that has rightfully been the root of merits received,” Katzman said of his former teacher and mentor. “She has created a unique and intensive program that brought national attention to a small public school … One thing is for sure, I would not be where I am without Mrs. Galante and she deserves every honor in the world.”
Photos by Patrick Olivero |SHREWSBURY – Sunday, Oct. 21 marked the 24th annual Shrewsbury 5K Classic, an event which featured a 1-mile Shrewsbury Community Run/Walk and a 5K race on a USATF-certified course. Organized by the Foundation for Shrewsbury Education, the event for all ages is a popular fundraiser that supports the students and teachers of the Shrewsbury Borough School. Many racers took advantage of the precursor 1-miler to warm themselves up before the main event, fighting off cool and windy fall morning weather. More than 200 people participated in the race, including may borough residents. Two Shrewsbury residents took first and second place overall in the 5K, with Christian Manning, 23, crossing the finish line first with a time of 18:44.9 and Joseph Koetzner, 13, second at 19:08.1.This article was first published in the Nov. 1-7, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times.
Facing a must-win, the Nelson Leafs turned to its captain to provide leadership.Sawyer Hunt scored his second overtime goal of the playoffs to spark the Nelson Leafs to a 1-0 victory over the Castlegar Rebels in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League Murdoch Division Semi Final action Tuesday night at the NDCC Arena.The best-of-seven series is now tied 2-2 with Game five Thursday in the Sunflower City.Hunt scored the overtime winner in Game one, netting the difference-maker in the fourth extra time period. The win, in double overtime, means Nelson will host Game six of the series Friday at the NDCC Arena.Puck drop is 7 p.m.Less than 24 hours after dropping Game three of the series also in double overtime, the Leafs came out forcing the issue against the Rebels.Nelson out shot the Rebels 11-5 in the first period then fired 13 more shots at Castlegar goalie Chandler Billinghurst in the second frame to a 24-10 advantage after 40 minutes.The Leafs continued the assault in the third period and overtime, finishing with a 39-15 advantage before Hunt scored his second-game winner of the series.Devin Allen registered a bounce-back game to earn the shutout for the Leafs.OVERTIME: Defencemen Michael LeNoury and Brent Headon both were back in the Leafs lineup after serving suspensions . . . .If necessary, Game seven will be played Saturday in Castlegar . . . . Beaver Valley Nitehawks booked its ticket to the Murdoch Final by outlasting Grand Forks Border Bruins 7-4 and sweeping the Divisional Semi Final 4-0. The Hawks out shot the Bruins 25-9 in the opening frame, opening a 5-1 lead. . . In Invermere, the Creston Valley Thunder Cats eliminated Columbia Valley Rockies 4-0 with a 5-3 victory. Meanwhile, Kimberley Dynamiters evened its series against Fernie with a 3-2 road win over the Ghostriders.
Ray Wilkins claims Chelsea boss Antonio Conte blundered by leaving Cesc Fabregas out of his FA Cup final side.The Blues were denied a league and cup double as they were beaten 2-1 by Arsenal at Wembley on Saturday afternoon, but Wilkins believes it could have been a different story had the Spaniard been involved from the start.Instead, Conte preferred Nemanja Matic in the central midfield role alongside N’Golo Kante and the game was past the hour mark before former Gunner Fabregas was introduced into the action.And ex-Stamford Bridge player and coach Wilkins feels the decision to bench Fabregas, who has been in brilliant form in the closing weeks of the season, cost the Premier League champions.“You saw the Italian coach come out in Conte in that he went with two holding midfielders, rather than putting in the one who could create and open up Arsenal,” Wilkins said on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“The game was crying out for Fabregas to be put on at half-time. He’s the one player who can open teams up with one pass and I would have played him.”Cesc Fabregas unhappy with FA Cup final snub and refuses to rule out summer exit
‘A bit surprised’He told the Road To Rio website: “I was actually a bit surprised by Bridge making it into the A-Final in the 500 because there are some 200 metres paddlers now filtering into the 500m distance and doing so well. The K4 combination went on to finish sixth in the semi-finals in a time of 1:43.054, which meant another B-Final on Sunday. The South African quartet then placed fourth in that B-Final, which was won by Great Britain ahead of the Czech Republic and Spain. The bubbly Hartley remained as optimistic as always afterwards, saying: “Thank you for all the positive energy and wishes for my race today. It was a tough race with good athletes! I had to settle for 8th overall.” SAinfo reporter Hogg broke new ground for South Africa by becoming the first South African para-canoeist to take part in a World Sprint Championships. “Her up-and-down year with being sick and not being able to train as hard as often as she did in the past was also a worry for me.” Para-canoeingPara-canoeist Stu Hogg was also in action, finishing eighth in his heat of the K1 men’s 200 metres (LTA), with victory going to Tom Kierey of Germany. “It was a really hard heat and a difficult class for me. Big thanks go to Craig Mustard and James Godden (management) for getting me this far, plus all the support from everyone. I’m keen to really work hard for next year and improve on my weaknesses.” That result put Hartley into the B Final on Sunday where she posted a slightly faster time, clocking 42.737 to finish in eighth place. South African sprint canoe queen Bridgitte Hartley continued her fight back to full fitness with an eighth place in the final of the women’s K1 500 metres at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Duisberg, Germany on Saturday. Marharyta Tsushkevich took the win 41.145, with Sarah Guyot of France and Rachel Cawthorn of Britain following her across the line. K4Hartley’s weekend had begun on Friday, when, as part of the newly formed South African women’s K4 combination, she, Tiffany Kruger, Esti van Tonder and Kerry Shuter posted a time of 1:39.191 in their heat. She posted a time of 2:02.626 seconds in the final, which was won by Hungary’s Danuta Kozak in a time of 1:57.395, with Germany’s Katrin Wagner-Augustin placing second in 1:58.300. 200 metresEarlier Hartley had placed fifth in the K1 200m semi-finals, clocking 42.850 seconds. The winner, Slovenia’s Spela Ponomarenko-Janic stopped the clock in 40.229 in the third of three semis. Hartley, who won a bronze medal in the event at the London Olympics in 2012, was earlier this year felled by a bout of chicken pox, which set back her training and racing schedule, so her placing outside of the medals did not disappoint team manager Craig Mustard. “Missed making it to semi-finals by one position,” he told Road to Rio after his race. “Trying to take only the positives from this year and build toward next year. 3 September 2013
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