Prep Track Roundup: 4/5

first_imgThe boys’ shot put saw Beaver’s Treyson Harris (46-11) place third overall. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailTemple View Invitational In the girls’ medley, Delta placed fourth (4:56.98) with a team consisting of Brandy Stratten, Shayley Anderson, Quincee Allred and Kaeshay Brough. Milford placed fifth, while Wayne placed sixth and Panguitch finished seventh. The Grand boys claimed the team title with 130 points. Richfield placed third with 67 points, Manti finished fourth with 51 points and North Sanpete finished seventh with 40 points. Additionally, Millard placed ninth with 29 points and Gunnison Valley posted 21 points, finishing in 10th place. Piute was 12th with 18 points and North Sevier and South Sevier tied for 13th with 11 points. For the girls, North Summit took the team title with 128 points and Richfield was second with 87.5 points. Millard and Carbon finished tied for third with 57 points apiece. Manti was seventh with 46.5 points. Gunnison Valley finished eighth with 25 points and South Sevier was ninth with 23.5 points. Wasatch Academy and North Sanpete tied for 10th with 22 points and Piute was 12th with 21.5 points. North Sevier finished 13th with 15 points. The boys’ 1600-meter run champion is Richfield’s Hayden Harward (4:38.96) while his teammate, Nick Woolsey (4:55.11) placed fourth. Matt Hindes of North Sanpete (4:56.85) finished fifth overall. Harward also won the boys’ 800-meter run crown (2:00.32) and Orange Peel of North Sanpete (2:09.17) finished fourth in the event. Meanwhile, Jaren Camp of Millard placed sixth overall (2:12.62). MANTI, Utah-Friday, Manti High School hosted the annual Temple View Invitational, featuring numerous schools and athletes representing the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network throughout our broadcast coverage area. The girls’ 4 x 100 relay saw Manti and Piute’s girls tie for fourth in a time of 53.46 seconds and North Sanpete placed sixth in 54.31 seconds. Brad James The boys’ 3200-meter run saw North Sanpete’s Matt Hindes (10:36.80) and Orange Peel (10:39.87) finish third and fourth respectively and Jaren Camp of Millard (10:45.36) finished sixth overall. Richfield’s girls won the medley title (4:34.94) with a team featuring Melissa Crane, Brianna Davis-Mitchell, Passion Reitz and Kate Robinson. Manti’s girls finished second (4:35.48), South Sevier placed fifh (4:52.08) and Millard finished sixth (4:53.18). In the girls’ 1600-meter run, Wasatch Academy’s Sheilah Cheruiyot (5:43.93) and Ashley Lagat (5:48.17) placed second and third respectively. Ember Moat of Millard (5:50.63) finished fourth and Richfield’s Avery Foster (5:58.92) placed sixth. Gunnison Valley’s Jade Wimmer won the girls’ 200-meter dash title (26.85 seconds). Katy Kelly of Millard (27.62 seconds) placed second. Millard’s Audrey Camp finished third (28.14 seconds). Vanessa Delgado of Piute finished fourth (28.28 seconds), Annika Liddard of Gunnison Valley finished fifth (28.37 seconds) and Isabella Hightower of North Sanpete (28.46 seconds) finished sixth. In the girls’ 1600-meter run, Panguitch’s Taylia Norris (5:16.02) placed sixth overall. In the girls’ discus, Panguitch’s Karlee Eyre (110-10.50 feet) placed third, Delta’s Paityn Callister finished fourth (104-06 feet), Kiesa Miller of Panguitch finished eighth (94-09.25 feet) and Annie Bateman of Kanab placed ninth (93-02.50 feet). The boys’ long jump saw Piute’s Wesley Jensen (19-10.50 feet) place fourth while Connor Peterson of South Sevier finished fifth (19-08.50 feet). Finally, in the boys’ 4 x 400 relay, Richfield placed first (3:36.54) as the squad featured Hayden Harward, Kade Jensen, Will Smith and Nick Woolsey. Millard’s Eagles placed fourth in a time of 3:45.41. In the girls’ 3200-meter run, Millard’s Audrey Camp (12:16.83) placed second while Annalee Thompson of Richfield (13:19.79) finished fourth, Aubry Cook of North Sanpete (13:22.77) placed fifth and Allie Bridges of Manti (13:26.42) finished sixth. In the boys’ shot put, Piute’s Riley Pearson (42-02.50 feet) placed third and Spencer Colburn (40-09 feet) of Manti finished sixth. In the girls’ 800-meter run, Millard’s Mary Degraffenreid (2:34.02) placed third and Wasatch Academy’s Sheilah Cheruiyot and Ashley Lagat finished fifth (2:36.97) and sixth (2:38.27) respectively. The girls’ javelin saw Manti’s Keyera Braithwaite place third (100-09 feet), Brinley Mason of North Sevier (98-10 feet) finished fourth and Mary Degraffenreid of Millard placed sixth (96-06 feet). In the boys’ 300-meter hurdles, Ian Bate of Richfield (43.46 seconds) placed second. The Desert Hills’ boys also have the lead with 31 points. Delta is in ninth place with 7.5 points. Beaver and Kanab are tied for 11th place with 6 points and Milford is in 13th place with 5 points. In the girls’ 100-meter hurdles, Richfield’s Melissa Crane took the title in a time of 15.72 seconds. Crane also won the 300-meter hurdles title (49.83 seconds). Also, in the 300, her teammate, Tressa Bastian (50.52 seconds) placed fourth, tying Kenzie Jones of South Sevier for that distinction. Crane’s successful meet continued as she won the girls’ long jump title (17 feet-5 inches). In the boys’ medley, Milford placed fourth (4:02.63) as the Tigers were represented by Dylan Ferguson, Russell Walker, Michael Roxburgh and Kydon Davis. For the girls, Desert Hills leads the way with 48 points. Panguitch and Delta are tied for fourth with 16 points. Milford is 12th with 7 points and Wayne is in 13th place with 3 points. The girls’ 400-meter dash title was won by Millard’s Katy Kelly (1:01.27) while Jade Wimmer of Gunnison Valley (1:02.33) placed third, Vanessa Delgado of Piute (1:02.37) finished fourth and Passion Reitz of Richfield (1:03.32) placed fifth. Written by For the boys, Kanab’s Clay Shakespear placed 20th in the 1600-meter run (4:50.26) and John McLaws of Delta placed 24th (4:55.76). April 5, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Track Roundup: 4/5 In the boys’ 200-meter dash, North Sanpete’s Cesar Lemus (24.40 seconds) finished fourth, Ethan Carter of Gunnison Valley (24.50 seconds) placed fifth and North Sevier’s Riley Ogden (24.52 seconds) finished sixth. In the girls’ high jump, South Sevier’s Kenzie Jones (5 feet) placed second. Tressa Bastian of Richfield was sixth (4 feet-10 inches). Tags: Temple View Invitational In the boys’ 4 x 100 relay, Manti placed second (46.62 seconds), Richfield finished third (46.74 seconds) and Gunnison Valley placed sixth (47.24 seconds). In the girls’ discus, Naomi Boorman of Manti (90-05 feet) placed fourth and Brena Barson (89-06 feet) finished fifth. The boys’ javelin saw Millard’s Brooks Myers (136-05 feet) place third while Jens Lefevre of Manti (131-11) finished fifth. Desert Hills Invitational In the boys’ 400-meter dash, Kade Jensen of Richfield (50.93 seconds) placed second while Jaden Sterner of Manti (52.70 seconds) finished third. Nathan Despain of Millard (53.18 seconds) placed fourth. In the boys’ medley, Piute placed third (2:55.38), Gunnison Valley finished fourth (2:56.87) and Richfield placed fifth. The girls’ shot put saw North Sevier’s Brinley Mason (32-06 feet) place second while Gracie Moysh of Gunnison Valley (31-06 feet) placed fourth. Sanilaiti Takeiaho of Manti (31-03 feet) finished fifth and her teammate, Naomi Boorman (31-02 feet) placed sixth. In the girls’ 100-meter dash, North Sanpete’s Isabelle Hightower (12.98 seconds) took the title, while Passion Reitz of Richfield placed third (13.38 seconds), Richfield’s Brianna Davis-Mitchell placed fifth (13.71 seconds) and Megan Olsen of Manti finished sixth (13.74 seconds). In the girls’ 4 x 400 relay, Millard placed third (4:24.67) and Richfield finished fifth (4:42.95). The boys’ 110-meter hurdles title was won by Manti’s Josh Blauer (16.29 seconds) while his teammate, Trevor Robinson (16.36 seconds) placed third. The boys’ high jump saw Gunnison Valley’s Garrett Francis place second (6 feet) and Duncan Herbst of Millard placed third. His best leap was also six feet. Scott Hatch of North Sanpete and Brad Taylor of South Sevier placed fifth and sixth, respectively, each with a leap of 5 feet 10 inches. In the boys’ 100-meter dash, Riley Ogden of North Sevier (11.61 seconds) placed second, Keenan Moulton of Manti (11.71 seconds) finished third, Scott Hatch of North Sanpete (11.86 seconds) placed fourth and Ethan Johnson of Manti (11.86 seconds) finished fifth. Finally, in the boys’ high jump, Kanab’s Cade Szymanski placed third overall with a leap of six feet. Delta’s Jaymen Brough tied for fourth (5 feet-10 inches) and Britton Smith of Delta finished sixth (5 feet-10 inches).Trey Brough of Delta also excelled in the event, placing ninth (5 feet-8 inches). ST. GEORGE, Utah-Friday, several Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network schools and athletes competed at the Desert Hills Invitational, squaring off against some of the best Class 4-A athletes. The girls’ javelin saw Delta’s Jacky Hatch (110-06) placed third and Karlee Eyre of Panguitch (106-03) finished sixth and Kiesa Miller of Panguitch (101-08) finished eighth. In the girls’ long jump, Taylor Alger of Milford placed sixth (15-03.75 feet).last_img read more

The Avett Brothers Share Easygoing New Single, “Neapolitan Sky” [Listen]

first_imgFolk-rock band The Avett Brothers gave their fans a new single on Friday with a warm and easygoing song titled, “Neapolitan Sky”. The song’s arrival follows the previously shared singles, “Roses and Sacrifice” and “Trouble Letting Go”. All three stand-alone songs will presumably appear on the band’s forthcoming follow up studio album to 2016’s True Sadness, if and when it’s ever announced.The new ballad is a pretty relaxed song from the popular band, who are no strangers to penning lovely, acoustic-based ballads. “Neapolitan Sky” could almost be considered a lovely mix between an old Irish folk tune with the loose flow of a Jimmy Buffett beach tune. The song’s lyrics are pretty relatable for the current, somber mood of the season, as vocalist Seth Avett sings out, “What’s with this moment? What’s with this feeling? What’s with January and the locks on the door?” The song definitely provides a few minutes of warmth and melodic beauty while half the nation sits firmly in a wintertime depression.Scott Avett also shared a brief video to help announce the new single, which takes him from the sauna to the fireplace and beyond.Special Message From Scott Avett[Video: The Avett Brothers]The Avett Brothers recently announced their upcoming 2019 tour plans, which will see the band hitting the road to promote some of their new singles (and potentially a new album!) with a run of shows scheduled to begin this spring and continuing well into the summer months. The band will be joined throughout the run of summer performances by Lake Street Dive and Trampled By Turtles. One of the notable shows included in the summer concert schedule includes a three-night run at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre running from Friday, July 5th through Sunday, July 7th. Fans can head over to the band’s website for ticketing info for their upcoming headlining shows.The Avett Brothers are also scheduled to perform at a mix of major music festivals in 2019, including Bonnaroo, Sweetwater 420 Fest, KAABOO Texas. Until then, fans can listen to the band’s latest single in the audio-only video below.The Avett Brothers – “Neapolitan Sky”[Video: The Avett Brothers]last_img read more

‘Little extra’

first_imgBy Dan RahnUniversity of GeorgiaIf at first you don’t succeed, try more water and fertilizer.That seems to have worked for Melissa Tritt and her brotherCharles, who finished first and third in the 2004 Georgia 4-HPumpkin Growing Contest.The 15-year-old Lumpkin County ninth-grader’s winning pumpkinsagged the scales at 350 pounds while Charles’ third-placepumpkin weighed in at 300. Charlsie Thomas, a White County4-H’er, had the second-place pumpkin at 323 pounds.”We’ve grown pumpkins for the contest for three years now,”Melissa said. “The biggest one we’ve had until now was a92-pounder last year.”Big differenceWhere did they find the 258 extra pounds?”We just learned more about pumpkins every year,” she said. “Weplanted them differently and just did a little extra this year.”The “little extra” included planting at the highest point in thefamily garden, layering an extra-deep planting hole with pottingsoil and fertilizer and providing trickle irrigation.Plenty of water and fertilizer are half the battle in growinggiant pumpkins, said George Boyhan, a horticulturist with theUniversity of Georgia Extension Service.The keys”The main thing is to select a single flower fairly early in theseason and pick off all the others on the vine,” Boyhan said.Combining that, he said, with three other keys — selecting theright variety and providing plenty of water and fertilizer –provides the best chance of growing a truly giant pumpkin.The Tritts, who live on a family farm with their parents Prestonand Linda, must have found the combination.”These are the biggest pumpkins we’ve had in recent history,”said Jeff Buckley, the state 4-H program assistant whocoordinates the contest.Little big pumpkinFor the record, a 350-pound pumpkin is a baby jack-o’-lantern incooler climates. The world record, grown in Oregon, was 1,385pounds. But in Georgia, a 350-pounder is impressive.Weather conditions aren’t kind to pumpkin growers in Georgia,Boyhan said. In south Georgia, the hot, humid summers makedisease pressures almost unbearable. Of the top 25 pumpkins inthis year’s contest, 21 were grown in north Georgia.The 45 pumpkins entered in the 2004 contest averaged 81.8 pounds,Buckley said. The top 10 averaged 190.5 pounds.PrizesMelissa’s giant brought her the first-place prize of $100. Secondplace was worth $50 and third place $25. Everyone who enteredthis year’s contest got T-shirts, provided by the Georgia Fruitand Vegetable Growers Association.The contest is limited to 4-H members. But that includes morethan 180,000 school-age youths in Georgia.Growing giant pumpkins isn’t for impatient people, though. Ittakes a long time to get from a little seed to the great pumpkin– 130 days for Atlantic Giant, which accounted for nine of the10 biggest pumpkins this year.”We didn’t know they would be really big until about a monthbefore we picked them,” Melissa said. “We knew they were going tobe big then, but we didn’t know how big. We were hoping andpraying they would reach 300 pounds.”A proven variety, plenty of fertilizer and water, a singleflower, hope and prayer — evidently, it’s a potent formula.(Dan Rahn is a news editor with the University of GeorgiaCollege of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.)last_img read more

Rescue Prepared for Sunken Ship Containing Millions in ‎Gold and Silver

first_imgBy Dialogo March 10, 2009 Buenos Aires, Mar 10 (EFE). – Next week a ship from Norway will begin efforts to ‎rescue the “Polar Mist,” a Chilean fishing vessel which mysteriously sank ‎carrying a load of more than nine tons of gold and silver bars in the Atlantic ‎Ocean off the coast of Argentina.‎ The rescue was ordered by the British insurance company Lloyds with an ‎estimated cost of approximately two million dollars, the newspaper Clarín ‎reported today based on sources affiliated with the operation.‎ Lloyds hired the vessel “Skandi Patagonia,” which features a team of seven ‎divers, one heliport, and a system of powerful propellers that enable it to remain ‎in the same spot despite waves, for the rescue.‎ Since 2002, the Norwegian vessel has been providing logistic services to the ‎French oil company Total Austral for its exploitation of deposits south of ‎Argentina.‎ The “Polar Mist” sank after a storm on January 18 at the Atlantic entrance of the ‎Strait of Magellan, carrying a cargo of 9.5 tons of “golden metal,” bars of 90% ‎silver and 10% gold, appraised at about 18 million dollars.‎ Of the valuable load of the “Polar Mist”, 6.9 tons belong to the mines of Cerro ‎Vanguardia, with the participation of the South African Anglo Gold (92.5 percent) ‎and the Argentinean State company Fomicruz (7.5 percent), while the remainder ‎belongs to the mining company Triton Argentina, a subsidiary of the Canadian ‎Pan American Silver. ‎ ‎“It may be easier to lift the vessel than to remove the eight boxes (from the gold ‎cargo) that are in the ship’s hold”, said a speaker for the rescue group.‎ It is believed that the “Polar Mist,” which was caught by surprise in a storm with ‎waves of up to ten meter high on January 16, sank to a depth of 75 meters with ‎its valuable cargo, has a device that sends a signal to help it be located.‎ The rescue group believes that the cargo of gold and silver can be recovered in a ‎few days if there are no setbacks.‎last_img read more

Jakarta archdiocese allows three Greater Jakarta churches to resume Sunday service

first_imgThe Jakarta Archdiocese has allowed three parishes to restart Sunday service after months of holding online services during large-scale social restrictions (PSBB).The three parishes are Jakarta Cathedral, Harapan Indah in Bekasi, West Java and the Tangerang Parish in Banten.Jakarta Archdiocese secretary Adi Prasodjo said the number of parishioners allowed to attend the Sunday service would be limited. They were also required to adhere to strict health protocols.”We have granted the three parishes’ request to resume service because they have followed our guidelines. We have also checked their readiness in resuming service,” Adi said in a statement.Read also: ‘I miss praying at church’: Christians celebrate lonely but hopeful Easter from homeHe added that other churches were required to follow requirements implemented by the archdiocese in order to obtain permission to resume Sunday services, including a mitigation plan to prevent the transmission of COVID-19.The archdiocese would evaluate the first Sunday service conducted at the three churches while looking into the possibility of opening other churches as well, Adi went on to say.During the transitional PSBB period, Jakarta allows houses of worship to reopen and resume holding religious rituals. The city administration requires attendees to maintain a distance of 1 meter from one another and clean up before and after praying. Church capacity would be halved and opening hours restricted to activities considered routine.Topics :last_img read more

Tropical Storm Emily no longer a threat to Dominica.

first_img 24 Views   no discussions Share LocalNews Tropical Storm Emily no longer a threat to Dominica. by: – August 2, 2011 Tweet Sharing is caring!center_img Tropical Storm Emily expected path. Photo credit: wunderground.comA Tropical Storm warning which was issued last night for Dominica has been lifted according to reports from Acting Senior Meteorological Officer Mrs. Cheryl Etienne-Leblanc.The island was placed on Tropical Storm warning when the Tropical Storm Emily formed on Monday night just west of Dominica.Mrs. Etienne-Leblanc reported to the media that this warning has been lifted by the National Hurricane Centre.“At about 7pm last evening, Tropical Storm Emily the fifth Tropical Storm of the Atlantic, formed about fifty miles West-Southwest of Dominica. Due to the close proximity of the centre of the system to the island, and the threat of gusty winds and incoming rain banks the National Hurricane Centre issued a Tropical Storm warning for Dominica and the neighboring islands. At that time, Emily was moving quickly towards the West near 17 miles per hour. The Tropical Storm warning was lifted at two am this morning when the threat of storm-force winds had diminished.Overnight the island received rainfall at varying   and will continue to do so throughout the day, until Emily moves out of the area.”Mrs. Etienne-Leblanc also cautions residents and motorists to be vigilant and take precaution as the soil has become saturated and there is risk of mudslides.“Due to the accumulation of rainfall, soil has become saturated and there is a risk of mudslide and rockslides across the island. As a result, residents and motorists should continue to exercise caution, be vigilant and take the necessary precaution as they go about their daily business.”Tropical Storm Emily will gradually decrease in power and move toward the North Eastern Caribbean Sea.  “At five am Tropical Storm Emily was located near latitude 15.5 north, 64.0 West or about 176 miles West North West of Dominica. Emily is moving towards the West near sixteen miles per hour with maximum sustained winds near forty miles per hour with higher gusts. A turn to the West, North West and a gradual decreasing powered speed are expected during the next forty-eight hours. On the forecast track, the centre of Emily will move across the North Eastern Caribbean Sea today and approach the island of Hispaniola tonight and Wednesday,” Mrs. Etienne-Leblanc said.Dominica Vibes News Share Sharelast_img read more

How Inter Milan lost out in last-minute bid for Ighalo

first_img Inter, it was revealed, were unwilling to go through with the bid for now-Manchester United striker,  due to his salary demands. United found a temporary stop-gap to their crisis up front by adding Shanghai Greenland Shenhua hitman Ighalo to the ranks on a loan deal until the end of the season. The deal was announced hours after the transfer window closed last Friday, with United frantically trying to get the deal over the line to avoid being without cover for Marcus Rashford. Indeed, Ighalo himself has revealed how negotiations leading to the move were “very dramatic”, while confirming that a few other clubs were interested in his signature.Advertisement According to Calciomercato, one such club was Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan. Inter added the likes of Christian Eriksen, Victor Moses and Ashley Young to their squad last month but the Italian source claims that Conte was also keen on Ighalo. It is said that Conte “probed” the possibility of bringing the Nigerian to San Siro, using his solid relations with the player’s agent as a starting point. However, Ighalo’s high salary expectations meant Inter pulled out of the deal, allowing United to swoop in and seal the signing. Read Also:Stop throwing ‘stones’, Man Utd hero raps Scholes for Ighalo dig Ighalo was announced just after midnight last Saturday and was therefore absent for United’s 0-0 Premier League draw with Wolves. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Fresh fact has emerged on how Inter Milan of Italy lost out in their bid for Nigerian striker, Odion Ighalo before a late swoop by Manchester United. Loading… Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Of The Dirtiest Seas In The WorldCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Of The Best Places Around The World To Go Stargazing9 Iconic Roles Nobody Wanted To PlayTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeBest Car Manufacturers In The Worldlast_img read more

Postecoglou: Pressure on Moyes

first_imgDavid Moyes could not have known the pressures of being Manchester United manager until he actually stepped into the job claims the next man aiming to stop him getting that morale-boosting first win. And another defeat, even in a pre-season match, is bound to attract negative comment given the high-profile nature of this weekend’s fixture. It is the type of scrutiny Moyes would not have encountered at Everton. And All Stars coach Ange Postecoglou accepts it is part of the job. “I am sure David Moyes has prepared for it,” he said. “He is a very experienced manager. But until you are actually in the seat I am sure you don’t realise exactly how massive the pressures and expectations are. “I am sure the amount of scrutiny he will be under is surreal. The fans in Australia will be trying to pick up any noticeable differences in the things he does or the kind of players he picks. But he is ready for the role and I am sure he will make a good fist of it.” Unlike Sir Alex Ferguson, who dealt with the media in a fairly unforgiving manner, Moyes’ engaging nature means his tolerance for subjects such as Wayne Rooney goes far deeper. Yet that can just draw even more words out of subjects he would probably prefer not to talk about. “You have to deal with these things,” said Postecoglou. “You are probably more in the spotlight at the bigger clubs because the level of expectation is so much higher. “Maybe at clubs with less scrutiny there is less at stake. But Manchester United are expected to be challenging for trophies and winning things and at that level, it is as much about man-managing as it is about the coaching. “That is why what Sir Alex did over those 26 years was so remarkable. That is why they are such big shoes to fill. He was a once-in-a-generation manager.” After the surprise loss in Bangkok, United have now moved on to Sydney for a full week’s training that will end with a sell-out encounter against the A League All Stars at the ANZ Stadium on Saturday. The arrivals of Robin van Persie and David de Gea has helped give United a more familiar look. However, with Nemanja Vidic, Ashley Young, Chris Smalling, Antonio Valencia and Wayne Rooney amongst a large number of absentees, Moyes is still not even close to working with his full squad. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Hughton hails Norwich determination

first_img The difference was teenager Redmond, who proved a handful throughout. The 19-year-old summer signing’s pace often had Southampton on the back foot and saw him score the decisive goal in the 68th minute, cutting in from the left to unleash a fierce drive from the edge of the box. “He is an exciting young talent,” Hughton, who also managed Redmond at former club Birmingham, said. “I always understand when somebody is in really good form, particularly if they’re a young player, there will be interest in them. “I think that is normal, but we have all been around long enough to know that also with young players they can have highs and lows and you have to be sure to look after them in the right way.” Redmond came close to several more goals and Hughton also felt Norwich should have had a stoppage-time penalty after Robert Snodgrass was brought down by Jose Fonte. The City boss did not, though, see the two first-half penalty shouts, with Calum Chambers handling after Bradley Johnson had done so more blatantly at the other end. The latter decision by referee Howard Webb left Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino dumbfounded. “The overall feeling is that we played well and deserved a bit more from that match,” the Argentinian said. “We don’t want to take credit away from Norwich, they actually played very well, but there was a penalty call that was not given and that would have changed completely the nature of the game. It was a penalty that should have been given. “I don’t understand why it wasn’t given. The referee was very close to the action, so I really have no idea why it wasn’t given. “The referee was very close to the action, so I really have no idea why it wasn’t given. It was blatant. It could have changed the game completely.” With two weeks until the next match due to the international break, the attention is now focused on the final few days of the transfer window. Saints are hoping to shift a few players before Monday’s deadline and there were reports that Jack Cork was subject of a bid from Fulham. “I don’t know anything about that,” Pochettino said. “There’s no offer from Fulham, I don’t know anything about what you’re saying. “He’s a first-team squad member, he’s a part of this team. If we start selling players we’re only going to be left with just 11 players, so no.” Norwich manager Chris Hughton was pleased by his side’s reaction to a frustrating start to the season and praised teenager Nathan Redmond after his match-winning performance against Southampton. After two solid seasons back in the Premier League and a summer of spending, the Canaries’ start to the campaign has fallen short of expectations. An opening day draw with Everton at Carrow Road was last weekend followed by a 1-0 defeat at newly-promoted Hull, who were down to 10 men for the most part. It is a disappointment that Norwich have responded well to and, having beaten Bury 6-3 in the Capital One Cup second round in midweek, they overcame the Saints thanks to Redmond’s second-half solo effort. “It is a better day than last Saturday,” Hughton said. “That’s what the game is about. “There was nobody more disappointed with the result last week, and perhaps the performance, than myself and the players. “That being the case, you want to do something about it. “It has been a good week and we got a lift off Tuesday night’s game, winning and scoring some goals, and we were able to take that feeling a little bit into today. “It was always going to be a tough game. Southampton are a very good side and they have invested very well on top of an already talented squad of players. “I think in the end it is a good result for us, but I think over 90 minutes we deserved it. “I think we shaded it. They had to go for it in the last bit of the game and it became very open, but they are a good side and I think they will have a good side.” Press Associationlast_img read more

Update on the latest sports

first_imgThe Yankees put a major league-record 30 players on the injured list last year, with Stanton missing most of the season.Meanwhile, Justin Verlander’s spring training debut will be postponed at least a few more days while the Houston Astros ace deals with tightness in his groin. Verlander had been scheduled to start Thursday against Washington. Instead, he will throw a simulated game at the Astros’ complex prior to that exhibition. Houston manager Dusty Baker said the tightness first appeared a couple of days ago. Baker says he isn’t worried about the injury lingering. Verlander won his second Cy Young Award last season by going 21-6 with a 2.52 ERA.Elsewhere in the majors:— 31-year-old left-hander South Korean star Kwang Hyun Kim retired all six Miami batters he faced in his first Grapefruit League start for the St. Louis Cardinals. It came after he threw one shutout inning of relief against the New York Mets on Saturday. Kim struggled with control of his off-speed pitches in the first inning, but he found his rhythm in the second. He kept batters off balance mixing a fastball that touched 95 mph with his curve. The Marlins didn’t get a ball out of the infield against Kim.— Ubaldo Jimenez took another step in his comeback attempt with the Colorado Rockies, pitching two innings against the Texas Rangers. The 36-year-old threw 21 pitches, 14 for strikes. He gave up two hits and one run, with no walks or strikeouts. He last pitched in the majors in 2017 for Baltimore. NHL-NEWSMuzzin outUNDATED (AP) — The Toronto Maple Leafs have suffered another setback on defense with the loss of Jake Muzzin to a broken hand. The Leafs announced that Muzzin will be out about four weeks after suffering the injury during a win over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday. Toronto also is missing defensemen Morgan Rielly and Cody Ceci because of injuries.In other NHL news:— St. Louis Blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester has been ruled out from returning to play in the regular season or in the playoffs. Bouwmeester spoke to reporters for the first time since he collapsed on the bench in the first period during a game at the Anaheim Ducks on Feb. 11. The 36-year-old Edmonton native was hospitalized and spent five nights in the hospital. — Miguel Sano has volunteered to move across the diamond to accommodate Twins newcomer Josh Donaldson. Sano gave up his regular spot at third base, moving to first base, and let Donaldson take his place at third. Sano bounced back from a winter injury last season and hit a career-high 34 home runs. His power helped the Twins set a major league record with 307 homers and win the AL Central.— Houston’s Alex Bregman was hit on the back by a breaking ball from St. Louis reliever Ramon Santos, the seventh Astros player plunked in five spring training games. Some opposing players have called for retaliation against the Astros following Major League Baseball’s finding that Houston broke rules against electronic sign-stealing en route to its 2017 World Series title and again in 2018. Dustin Garneau was hit Sunday against Washington, and José Altuve was grazed Monday against Detroit, when Osvaldo Duarte and Alex De Goti also were hit.  Aledmys Díaz and Jake Meyers were hit Tuesday by Miami.— The Houston Astros continued to get booed on the road in spring training as they visited the home of the New York Mets. Former World Series MVP George Springer was heckled as part of Houston’s split squad. Fans are calling the Astros cheaters, and doing it loudly in the wake of their sign-stealing scam. Springer had to hear it for a bit longer on Wednesday. The star leadoff man stepped into the batter’s box a minute before the game was scheduled to begin, giving the crowd extra time to boo him.SPORTS-VIRUS OUTBREAKJapan baseball will play in empty stadiums, Irelands rugby match, Asian soccer postponed Update on the latest sports February 26, 2020 — Montreal Canadiens defenseman Victor Mete will miss the rest of the season with a broken foot. Mete suffered the injury during the game in Detroit on Feb. 18. The 21-year-old Mete had four goals and 11 assists in 51 games this season.— Peter Laviolette (lah-vee-uh-LET’) is returning to the bench after being selected as the coach of the United States men’s national team competing at the world hockey championships in May. The move was announced by USA Hockey on Wednesday, seven weeks after Laviolette was fired by the Nashville Predators. Laviolette ranks 16th in NHL wins with 637 covering four teams over 18 seasons, including the 2006 Stanley Cup champion Carolina Hurricanes. He also coached the New York Islanders and Philadelphia Flyers.MLB-STANTON, VERLANDER TO MISS OPENING DAYStanton, Verlander will likely miss opening dayUNDATED (AP) — Oft-injured New York Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton will likely miss opening day because of a strained right calf. Manager Aaron Boone says Stanton was injured near the end of defensive drills yesterday. Yankees star pitcher Luis Severino needs Tommy John surgery and will miss the entire season. The AL East champion Yankees open on March 26 at Baltimore. Monk suspendedUNDATED (AP) — Hornets guard Malik Monk has been suspended without pay for violating the terms of the NBA/NBPA’s anti-drug program. Monk’s suspension will begin with Wednesday’s game against the New York Knicks and continue until he is determined to be in full compliance with the program.In other NBA news:— The NBA fined Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid (joh-EHL’ ehm-BEED’) $25,000 Wednesday, two days after he made an obscene gesture on the court and used profane language during a live television interview. The gesture occurred with 17 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter of the Sixers’ 129-112 victory over the Hawks on Monday night. With the clock winding down, Atlanta’s Kevin Huerter came from behind and swiped the ball from Embiid, who was trying to dribble it out. Embiid responded by flashing a middle finger at Huerter. He later apologized.MEN’S T25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNBA-SCHEDULECavs route 76ers 108-94, Embiid left with sprained shoulderWASHINGTON (AP) — Collin Sexton scored 28 points and the Cleveland Cavaliers routed Philadelphia 108-94 on Wednesday night after 76ers center Joel Embiid (joh-EHL’ ehm-BEED’) left in the first quarter because of a sprained left shoulder.center_img Player reps send new CBA to union members for approvalUNDATED (AP) — The NFL and its players are closer to a new collective bargaining agreement and the next decade of labor peace that would come with it. There’s still work to be done to get the deal into the end zone, however. Following a late-night vote on the slim majority approval of the 32 team representatives, the NFL Players Association was preparing to send the current CBA proposal to the full union membership for potential ratification. Last week, owners gave their majority-vote approval. Negotiations have been gone on for the past 10 months. The 17-game regular season is the most significant change.In other NFL news:— Former TCU and Seattle Seahawks quarterback Trevone Boykin has been sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to charges from the 2018 beating of his girlfriend. Boykin and prosecutors agreed to the sentence in return for his guilty plea Wednesday to aggravated assault and witness tampering charges. Boykin’s attorney says his client will be eligible for parole in less than a year. Shabrika Bailey alleged that Boykin broke her jaw in two places in the March 2018 beating. The Seahawks cut Boykin in the wake of the allegation.— The New York Giants have released linebackers Alec Ogletree and Kareem Martin, clearing significant salary cap space with the departure of their two most expensive defensive players. The Giants, rebuilding under rookie head coach Joe Judge, gained more than $13 million in salary cap savings by jettisoning the two. Ogletree was twice elected a team captain and accumulated a team-high 173 tackles as the starter at inside linebacker over two seasons with the Giants. UNDATED(AP) — Japan’s professional baseball league says it will play its 72 remaining preseason games in empty stadiums because of the threat of the spreading coronavirus. The regular season is to open on March 20. The virus that began in China is disrupting all of the country’s sports schedules and has raised concerns about the Tokyo Olympics. They are to open on July 24. Representatives of the baseball league’s 12 teams made the move at a special meeting.Meanwhile, Ireland’s Six Nations rugby match against Italy in Dublin has been postponed because of concerns about the spreading virus in Europe. The Italians were scheduled to play at Ireland on March 7, part of annual rugby competition that also includes England, France, Scotland and Wales. A women’s game the following day was also postponed.And Asian soccer leaders have postponed two key meetings because of the outbreak. Penn State narrowly beat Rutgers 65-64UNDATED (AP) — Myles Dread hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 28 seconds left to lift No. 16 Penn State over Rutgers 65-64 after the Nittany Lions blew a 21-point lead. Trailing 40-19 late in the first half, the Scarlet Knights tied the game at 62 with 1:32 left in the game on Geo Baker’s layup. His jumper gave Rutgers a two-point lead with 42 seconds remaining. Dread hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 28 seconds left to lift Penn State over Rutgers 65-64 after the Nittany Lions blew a 21-point lead. Akwasi Yeboah missed a 3-pointer the other way and Dread was swarmed by his teammates who snapped a two-game losing streak.In other T25 action:— Saddiq Bey scored 23 points and Justin Moore had 21 to lead No. 12 Villanova past St. John’s 71-60 on Wednesday night. Moore hit eight 3-pointers and Bey had seven.  The Wildcats honored former Wildcats star Kyle Lowry. Lowry played two seasons for Villanova before he became a five-time NBA All-Star with the defending champion Toronto Raptors. St. John’s were 12 1/2-point underdogs but kept it close until Moore got on a hot streak down the stretch to seal the win.NFL-NEWS In other NBA action:— Evan Fournier (FOHR’-nee-ay) scored 28 points, Aaron Gordon added 25 and the Orlando Magic pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 130-120 victory over the Atlanta Hawks. The Magic solidified their hold on the final playoff spot in the East, putting the Hawks away with a 14-5 spurt. Fournier scored nine points in the game-clinching run, and Gordon finished it off with a 3-pointer. The Hawks lost despite a 37-point effort from Trae Young. John Collins added 26 points but was blocked twice in the fourth quarter to stymie any hopes of an Atlanta comeback.— Jerome Robinson’s 3-pointer with 8.4 seconds left lifted the Washington Wizards to a 110-106 win over the Brooklyn Nets to snap a three-game losing streak. After Robinson gave Washington a 108-106 lead with his 3, Brooklyn’s Spencer Dinwiddie missed a 3-point attempt and Robinson added two free throws as Washington won a game in which it squandered an 18-point lead. The ninth-place Wizards trail the seventh-place Nets by five games in the Eastern Conference.— Terry Rozier scored 26 points and Charlotte handed New York its fifth straight loss. The slumping Devonte Graham returned from a team-mandated night off to add 21 points. Julius Randle had 18 points and nine rebounds for New York.NBA-NEWS Associated Press The 76ers, already playing without All-Star guard Ben Simmons, never led against the team with the worst record in the Eastern Conference and fell to 9-21 on the road.Embiid collided with Cavaliers center Ante Zizic while being fouled late in the first quarter. The 7-footer held his shoulder in obvious pain but stayed in the game and missed both free throws.The Sixers pulled Embiid at the next time stoppage and he walked to the locker room while rubbing his shoulder. He briefly returned to the bench in the second quarter but went back for more evaluation and treatment. At halftime, Embiid rejoined his teammates on the bench with a wrap on his injured shoulder.Tristan Thompson had 14 points and 13 rebounds, and Larry Nance Jr. had 13 points for Cleveland.Shake Milton, who replaced Simmons in the starting lineup, scored 20 points.last_img read more