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William E. McKell, 65

first_imgWilliam E. McKell, 65 of Shelbyville, passed away on Saturday, May 30, 2020 at Methodist Hospital. Bill was born on February 25, 1955 in Greensburg, the son of William and Margaret (Preuss) McKell.Survivors include one sister – Connie Lonneman of Greensburg; four nieces – Candi Wesseler, Amber Cruz, Amy Stier and Andrea Wells; and two nephews – Ryan Walterman and Chad Walterman. He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister Debbie Wells.Bill lived and worked for many years in California. He was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church and enjoyed antiques, antique clocks, robots and watching movies was a favorite pastime.A Funeral Mass will be held for the family on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Fr. John Meyer officiating. Burial will follow at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association or to the Los Angeles LGBT Center. Online Condolences may be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.com.last_img read more

Golf News Gaganjeet Bhullar slips to Tied 58th at Qatar Masters

first_imgDoha: India’s Gaganjeet Bhullar endured a difficult day, carding a three-over 75 to slip from T-22 to Tied-58th after the third round of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters on Saturday. Bhullar, who had three bogeys on the back nine was one-under 215 for 54 holes.Oliver Wilson took a one stroke lead into the final round after carding a three under par round of 69 in testing conditions at Doha Golf Club.The 2008 Ryder Cup player was the last man in at this week’s tournament and is making the most of his chance in Qatar – reaching a ten under par total with a birdie on the 18th hole.This is the Englishman’s first 54-hole lead on the European Tour since the 2014 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, where he went on to secure his first title.Also Read | Sanjay Bangar termed out-of-form Shikhar Dhawan as a vital cogHis birdie on the last hole saw him pull away from a five-way tie for second place, which includes Nick Cullen, Nacho Elvira, Mike Lorenzo-Vera and Erik van Rooyen – all four of which are bidding for their maiden victory on the European Tour.Australia’s Jake McLeod made the second hole-in-one of the tournament during the third round, and he also eagled the 18th hole to move to eight under par alongside compatriot Min Woo Lee, Belgium’s Thomas Detry and Anton Karlsson of Sweden. For all the Latest Sports News News, Golf News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

Build Windies ODI squad around Brathwaite – Ambrose

first_imgFORMER West Indies bowling legend Sir Curtly Ambrose has called for the Barbadian opener Kraigg Brathwaite to be made a central figure in the regional team’s One Day International (ODI) squad on the heels of several impressive performances in the WICB Regional Super50 tournament.The Barbados Pride opener has been one of the most impressive batsmen on display so far, racking up a total of 462 runs, the second most in the competition behind Leeward Islands Kieran Powell. In nine matches Brathwaite has fired two centuries and three half centuries enroute to leading the team to the final against Jamaica Scorpions yesterday.The 24-year-old who made his ODI debut against Pakistan last year has made seven appearances since, the last coming against Zimbabwe in November.Ambrose is convinced a consistent inclusion for Brathwaite could bear fruit for the Windies.“I have to say that I am most impressed with Kraigg Brathwaite he hasn’t really been in the one day setup consistently. Many of us don’t think he is one day player and to have come into the Barbados Pride team and scored two centuries and a couple of half centuries and scored like 400 runs, to me that was marvelous,” Ambrose said.“I that is something that I believe we need in the West Indies senior team someone like Kraigg who can bat through the innings if possible and put the other big hitters bat around him.”last_img read more

Shafer scouts Notre Dame’s highly efficient red-zone offense

first_img Published on September 24, 2014 at 2:06 pm Contact Phil: pmdabbra@syr.edu | @PhilDAbb Notre Dame has come away with points every time it has advanced the ball inside an opponent’s 20-yard line this season.The No. 8 Fighting Irish (3-0), who battle Syracuse (2-1) at MetLife Stadium on Saturday night, are 14-for-14 in red-zone scores — 10 of which have been touchdowns. So far this season, the Orange’s defense has yielded seven scores, including three touchdowns, on nine opportunities in the red zone.“We try to play our best red-zone defense possible but they are a great offense,” SU head coach Scott Shafer said during the Atlantic Coast Conference coaches’ teleconference on Wednesday. “They’ve been spectacular in the red zone.”Notre Dame has been in tempo with its plays, Shafer said, and has been consistent in finding the dead spots in the opposing defenses.The keys for Syracuse’s defenders, the head coach added, will be to train and discipline their eyes well enough and then get their feet in the right spots. The need to understand that the field is compressed in the red zone is amplified by UND’s efficiency, he said, and the timing in the Irish’s passing game will be more precise.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“The job that Notre Dame has done is just unbelievable,” Shafer said. “We’ll have a tough task and a great challenge that we’re looking forward to, but (it’s) hard to be much better than they have been in the red zone.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Matchbook strengthens racing sponsorship portfolio

first_img Sportech highlights new client wins under lockdown June 26, 2020 Matchbook Betting Exchange has strengthened its sponsorship portfolio, with two new three-year horse-racing partnerships at Cheltenham and Ascot.The new Cheltenham racing season commences in a week, with Matchbook announcing it will sponsor four races including the £60,000 Matchbook Betting Exchange Handicap Chase.The new sponsorship deal acts as an affirmation of Matchbook’s continued commitment to being a renowned force in horse racing betting, through its partnerships. Carey Weeks, Head of Partnerships for the South West region of The Jockey Club commented on the new deal: “I am delighted to be working with Matchbook at The Showcase this year, in their role as Official Betting Partner. I hope that it proves to be a worthwhile platform for them and that we can build a strong partnership with them for the future.”Juliet Slot, Chief Commercial Officer at Ascot Racecourse, stated: “We are very much looking forward to welcoming Matchbook to Ascot next year as title sponsor, for the Matchbook Clarence House Chase Raceday. The day features three Graded races including the Grade 1 Clarence House Chase which is the last top-level opportunity in Britain for the fastest chasers in Europe, before the Cheltenham Festival. The day is a firm favourite amongst our racegoers and we are delighted to embark on this new sponsorship.”The Matchbook Clarence House Chase Raceday at Ascot will be taking place on Saturday 19th January. This meeting has been lit up in recent times by Willie Mullins star Un De Sceaux landing the Grade 1 Clarence House Chase three years in a row. The supporting card on the day will also feature the Grade 3 Holloways Handicap Hurdle, Juvenile Novices Hurdle and Amateur Riders Chase, which will all be sponsored by Matchbook.Mark Brosnan CEO of Matchbook added: “We are thrilled to be extending our UK horse racing sponsorship portfolio to include two of the World’s premier racecourses. Both events represent really exciting opportunities for us to connect with our customers and bring them closer to the sport. These three-year partnerships further demonstrate Matchbook’s commitment to the horse racing industry and to our horse racing customers.” Share Submit Related Articles Ascot adds three-year extension to Sky Sports Racing deal August 14, 2020 Share ITV secures three-year British racing broadcast deal August 5, 2020 StumbleUponlast_img read more

Fifa’s Sepp Blatter victim of conspiracy, daughter says

first_imgFifa president Sepp Blatter is the victim of a conspiracy from “behind the scenes”, his daughter has told the BBC amid the corruption crisis gripping world football.”Nobody is without fault but (…) he’s not the person who is taking money,” Corinne Blatter said.Her comments come as key Fifa officials face a string of bribery charges.Mr Blatter, who has been re-elected as Fifa president, has not been implicated but faces calls to stand down.Asked whether she thought there was a conspiracy against Mr Blatter – who won re-election as head of world football’s governing body on Friday despite the current crisis – Corinne Blatter said: “I wouldn’t say from the Americans and the British, but certainly people working behind the scenes, yes absolutely.”She added: “I don’t know if you want to call them dark forces but I mean they really tried hard, they tried in September, October last year. How can Uefa who is saying ‘we are the strongest confederation’, how can they not put up a candidate?” Mr Blatter beat rival Prince Ali bin al-Hussein of Jordan on Friday in an election that was overshadowed by arrests and corruption allegations.In September 2014, Mr Blatter had come under pressure to quit after rejecting calls for a report into alleged World Cup bidding corruption to be made public.Corinne Blatter’s comments came as the head of the English Football Association called on Uefa president Michel Platini to unite Europe behind a collective boycott of the 2018 World Cup.And in further intrigue, South African newspapers reported on Sunday that the nation did pay $10m (£6.5m) to a football association led by a figure at the centre of the Fifa allegations, despite a week of denials.’Not taking money’ Corinne Blatter denied claims that the events of the last few days had left her father with no credibility.”All these things happened just to discredit him so that he would resign. But I can tell you in about [two or three] weeks no one will talk about it anymore.”Other news will be top and he’ll work normally, as he said yesterday at the press conference he had a great executive meeting and everyone is going to work together. He’s also the president of those who didn’t vote for him and they have to work together now.”And she denied again that Mr Blatter had taken any money.”All the money he earned he earned it by working and he is a hard working president. “All these people who say that he takes money I don’t know what kind of money he should take and he’s not the kind his character is not like that, he’s not taking any money.last_img read more

Boxer Joshua Clottey hints at retirement at age 41

first_imgBoxer Joshua Clottey has revealed he will hang his boxing gloves in two years time.Clottey faces Anderson Clayton in a highly- rated light middleweight contest in a bout which he has vowed to win to honour the memory of his late trainer Godwin Nii Dzanie Kotey next month.The 39 year old who has a record of 39 wins and five loses making up his professional record says he will call it a quit at 41.“I will hit 39 this year and by 41 I think I have to call it a quit, so in two years time I will be done,” he told reporters“I almost fought a world title last year but my opponent pulled out-reasons only known to him.“I can promise my fans of something big before I retire so I just need their support and prayers to make things happen.”  –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

Former Kings exec gets 7-year sentence in $13M fraud case

first_imgFormer Kings executive Jeffrey R. David was sentenced Monday to seven years in federal prison for wire fraud and aggravated identity theft in a scheme in which he intended to steal more than $13 million from his victims, U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott announced.David, 44, was ordered by U.S. District Judge William B. Shubb in the Eastern District of California to surrender on Aug. 20. Lonzo Ball reacts to being traded from Lakers to Pelicans But from October 2012 through July 2016, David used the position to defraud companies by representing to them that payments they made were going to the Kings, when in fact the payments were going to bank accounts under his sole control, held in the name of Sacramento Sports Partners LLC. “David used his high-ranking position with the Sacramento Kings to deceive businesses across the country into sending him millions of dollars,” Scott said in a statement. “The brazen scheme involved forgeries, stolen corporate executive identities, money laundering, and even instructing a former colleague to destroy evidence.”According to court documents, David, in his position as chief revenue officer of the NBA team, negotiated sponsorship and other marketing agreements with companies in California and elsewhere. Related News Three takeaways from 2019 NBA awards showcenter_img NBA awards 2019: Complete list of finalists, winners for MVP, Coach, Rookie of the Year and more NBA awards 2019: Giannis Antetokounmpo emotional after winning MVP In particular, prosecutors said, David took advantage of the Kings’ opening in 2016 of their new arena, Golden 1 Center, by amending, without the team’s knowledge, two major sponsorship agreements with Golden 1 Credit Union and Kaiser Permanente, a nonprofit healthcare plan, so that $9 million and $4.4 million wires from these entities went to accounts controlled by David, rather than the Kings. David forged the signatures of various individuals, including the then-president of the Kings, the president and CEO of Golden 1, and an executive at Kaiser Permanente to carry out his scam.He then used the money to buy and remodel real estate in Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach, in Southern California. He also spent the fraud proceeds on various personal expenses, including checks to family members, a private jet membership and substantial credit card bills, authorities said.According to the U.S. Attorney, $13.2 million of the $13.4 million has been recovered, in part, “(t)hanks to the fast actions of the Kings organization.”last_img read more

High King Tides Expected for this Weekend around Olympia

first_imgFacebook167Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Port of OlympiaThe Port of Olympia anticipates no problems at Swantown Marina, shown here, or the Marine Terminal from this weekend’s king tides. Photo credit: Port of OlympiaFloating docks and moored vessels on Budd Inlet will appear higher or lower than usual this weekend because of the extra-high “king” tides which are normal this time of year. Given the current weather forecast, the tides should cause no adverse effects.King tides are the largest tidal ranges and are caused by natural increases in gravitational forces. They occur in December and January when the earth is closest to the sun and the moon is closest to the earth.Budd Inlet is expecting king tides of approximately 17 feet at the high tide points on Friday and Saturday mornings, with Sunday morning’s high tide just under 17 feet.Highest high tides at Budd Inlet normally range between 13 and 15 feet.Forecasted winds are expected to be between 5-10 miles per hour over Friday and Saturday, with some rain expected Friday.last_img read more

Back in Green and White Leafs Vlanich sparks Nelson to road wins

first_imgBack in the Green and White, Leaf sniper Jamie Vlanich made the most of his return, racking up six points to power Nelson to a pair of road victories over Okanagan Conference opposition.The Trail native, returning to the Leafs following a brief stint with Langley Rivermen of the BCHL, netted four points, including the winner on the power play in the final three minutes of the game to lift Nelson to a 6-5 come-from-behind win over Osoyoos Coyotes Saturday at the Sun Bowl Arena.Friday, Vlanich shook off the dust to register a pair of assists helping get past Princeton Posse 7-4.The win not only erased the memory of a 6-5 overtime loss to the Posse last week in Nelson but also help the Leafs snap a three-game losing streak.The half dozen points gives Vlanich 43 on the season, 10 behind KIJHL leader Nick Josephs of the Kelowna Chiefs.Nelson, 17-1-1-3 on the season, maintains an eight-point advantage over Beaver Valley Nitehawks in Neil Murdoch standings.The Nitehawks, edging the Posse 4-3 in overtime Saturday, have won three straight games.Saturday, Nelson added to a 1-0 first period advantage by scoring twice in the opening five minutes of the second frame to take a 3-0 lead.However, the Coyotes struck for four goals in the final 14 minutes of the period — three markers coming during a 90-second span — to take a 4-3 lead into the final period. Colin Chmelka increased the margin to 5-3 with a goal seven minutes into the period.Travis Wellman started the comeback, scoring his second of the game on the power play with eight minutes remaining in the game.Linden Horswill tied the contest before Vlanich netted the winner with 2:50 remaining on the game clock.Also scoring for Nelson was Alex Wilkerson with a pair of goals along with two assists.Wellman finished with three points while Robson Cramer added a pair of assists from the blueline.Brendan Smith scored twice to lead the Coyotes.Nelson scored three times on the power play making a winner out of goalie Tyler Moffat.Friday, was another wild KIJHL game as again Nelson flexed its offensive power, rallying from a 3-2 deficit with four consecutive goals in the second period.Patrick Croome, Carsen Willans, Nick Landry, with his first of the season, Tyler Garcia, Wilkerson, Wellman and Darnell St. Pierre scored for the Leafs.Brad Rebagliati faced 31 shots to register the win in goal.BLUELINES: The Leafs return home to face the Grand Forks Border Bruins Wednesday at the NDCC Arena. Game time is 7 p.m. .  . . Travis Wellman, scoring three times during the weekend road trip, continues to lead the league in goals with 31. . . . Linden Horswill increased his consecutive point streak to nine games with a pair of points. . . .Nelson played both games under the player limit with 17 skaters.last_img read more