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first_imgAUBURN — It is increasingly sounding as though Carl Lawson will not be able to make a return this season.Lawson is not far enough along in his rehabilitation to even discuss a comeback from off-season ACL surgery.“Rehab’s going good,” Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said during his appearance on Tiger Talk on Monday. “We’ve not gotten to the point yet it’s good enough to talk about coming back. He’s got a bright future. I want to make sure that he’s 110 percent, for sure, ready to go, when that time comes.”Last week, Malzahn said Lawson’s return was “up in the air.”With six games remaining in the regular season No. 5 Auburn (5-1, 2-1 SEC) is still alive for an SEC Championship and a spot in the College Football Playoff despite a void of pass rush on the defensive line.There is no “cutoff point” yet for Malzahn regarding when to no longer even consider the possibility of a return for Lawson, who would lose a year of eligibility if he played.“We haven’t had that conversation yet,” Malzahn said. “He have great doctors and once they say he’s 100 percent ready to go then we can have that conversation. Until then, I’m not really going there.”Lawson, who has not been available for interviews since the injury, was in line to start at defensive end after posting 20 tackles with 7 1/2 for loss and four sacks as a true freshman last season.The Tigers are in dire need of pass rush and defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson is leaving no stone unturned to find a solution. He moved safety Brandon King to defensive end on passing downs to bring speed off the edge.“We need to figure out a way to put a little more pressure on the quarterback,” Malzahn said. “Ellis, that’s one of his focal points last week, to try to put more pressure on the quarterback when we’re not blitzing.”last_img read more

first_imgShare this:FacebookTwitter A 29-year old La Follette woman died in what authorities describe as a self motivated fatality late Tuesday night.Campbell County Sheriff’s Deputy Darryl Chapman outlines that the call of a blue Dodge Caravan driving into Norris Lake at a fast rate of speed came in to E-911 Dispatch at 10 pm Tuesday night.  Witnesses say the incident happened at the boat ramp at Powell Valley Marina east of La Follette.Deputies Brian Nelson and Anthony Branam were the first law enforcement personnel on the scene.  Chapman goes on to say that a private citizen dove to the bottom of the lake and managed to open one of the van’s doors.  But that was all.  He then returned to the van tying a rope to it and pulling it with a tractor to shallow water.  Chapman says that 29-year old Amanda S. Ward of Back Valley Road in La Follette was helped from the van, and then several people kept CPR going until medical personnel arrived.It was later learned by Sergeant Cody Chapman that Ward passed away at the La Follette Medical Center.CCSD Detective Lieutenant John Long assisted in the investigation and details that Ward had apparently been alone and  drove off in the van by herself.  It’s being described as a self motivated fatality.Officials cleared the scene just before 1 AM on Wednesday.Ward was arrested for Public Intoxication and Indecent Exposure last Saturday afternoon on Back Valley Road.  The arresting officer,  Corporal Gary Jeffers, described Ward as being under the influence of an unknown substance.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 08/15/2018-10:15AM)last_img read more

first_imgFORMER national cyclist-turned-businessman Wilbert Benjamin continued his benevolence over the past weekend by donating a new racing cycle to 2017 national juvenile champion, Berbice’s David Hicks.Last month, Benjamin who is based in Canada where he owns and operate a sports store and also owns a similar store located at Courtland Village, Corentyne, Berbice, donated cycles, spare parts and uniforms to several individuals and to his former club Flying Ace Cycle Club (FACC). Romello Crawford of Berbice was the recipient of a Fuji Carbon Fibre road bike and spare wheels.Curtis Dey, another Berbice cyclist, received a new bike also and female cyclist Shenika Teixeira was presented with a pair of cycle wheels while the FACC got a new set of uniforms.Hicks, who also rides for Team Rigtech Sonic of Trinidad and Tobago, represented Guyana in Barbados last year at the Junior Caribbean Championships.Benjamin in brief remarks at the handing-over ceremony said he witnessed Hicks participating in several races and was impressed with the Chandisingh Secondary School student so much so that he wanted to lend his support to the youngster and as such he thought that a new, more modern bike would assist in assuring that Hicks achieves his true potential.Hicks expressed his gratitude to Benjamin for the support and promised that he will take good care of the new machine and do his best while competing in further competitions.last_img read more

first_imgParis Saint-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel highlighted Bayern Munich’s experience ahead of today’s Champions League final in Lisbon. According to Tuhel, this is an advantage, but it will not be decisive, as it includes players who have already won the trophy in their careers.“Bayern is in phenomenal form. The team is a mix of young and hungry players, as well as experienced players, hardened in many tournament battles. Our team also has players who have already won the trophy.“I talk a lot with Keylor Navas, Angel di Maria and Neymar, who lifted the Champions League trophy. Bayern have a certain advantage that they are used to participating in such finals, but that is unlikely to be decisive,” Tuhel said.He also revealed that Italian midfielder Marco Verratti is ready to play, although he is in pain. For Navas, the decision will be made in the hours before the match. Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.last_img read more

first_imgStriker Muris Mešanovič is leaving the football players of Mladá Boleslav again. The 30-year-old Bosnian player has headed to Denizlispor, where he will be a guest until the end of autumn. Mešanovič has already spent the spring part of last season hosting in another Turkish Kayserispor team. The people of Mladá Boleslav informed about it in a press release.last_img

first_imgTwelfth seeded Vondrouš defeated Greet Minnen from Belgium 6: 1 and 6: 4. Plíšková defeated Anhelina Kalininová of Ukraine 6: 4 and 6: 0 in the role of number one on Arthur Ash’s court, and two-time Wimbledon winner Kvitová defeated Romania’s Irina Begu 6: 3 and 6: 2. All three Czech women won in one hour and three minutes. The entry into the grand slam, which is usually the last of the season, but this year is only the second after the postponement of Roland Garros and the cancellation of Wimbledon, on Monday Maria Bouzková and Tereza Martincová are also waiting.Spectators are missing from PliskaPlíšková started with an ace, but still lost the opening game of the match, but immediately gained four games in a row thanks to an aggressive game. However, she did not maintain the 4: 1 lead and the opponent equalized. At 4: 4, she had to avert two more breakballs after two double mistakes, but she managed the situation and immediately closed the first set with a clean game with the 145th player of the world, Kalinin.In the second, she didn’t allow the drama anymore, she quickly led 3: 0 and finished the match in peace. He got the second set in 21 minutes with a canary. The US Open finalist from 2016 Plíšková will play Caroline Garcia from France in the next round.“I would say that my game was quite good for the first round,” said Plíšková in an interview on the court in front of the empty stands. “But I definitely prefer to have people around me,” the third player in the world rankings added to the atmosphere.Kvitová repeated AustraliaBefore the match with Begu, Kvitová recalled their mutual match from the Australian Open, in which she clearly dominated. “I looked at some shots and had him alive in my memory. I played very well there and I knew I had to play like this. Every game was important and I had to play fast, otherwise it started to break me down. That was a tactic,” said Kvitová. , which helped itself to advance with 23 winning strokes.Like all players, he deals with the absence of fans in the stands. “I still had to roar myself. As there are no spectators, it costs more mental strength to be in it, because no one will encourage you,” Kvitová said.“I kept my head in the match”Vondroušová, playing with her left hand, had the match under control from the beginning. In the first three games, she lost only one fifty and finished the opening set with a smash after twenty-five minutes. She already led 2-0 in the second set, but then lost three games in a row.At 3: 4, she averted two breaks and managed the end. Her next opponent will be Aljaksandra Sasnovičová from Belarus, who eliminated Francesca Di Lorenzo from the USA.“The first set was great. In the second set the opponent played a bit better, I made a few mistakes and double mistakes, but in the exchanges I was supposed to win, I played very well. I kept my head in the match, didn’t give up the second set and I’m glad that I won, “Vondroušová said. Her next opponent will be Aljaksandra Sasnovičová from Belarus.We are updating…US Open New York tennis slam tournament (hard surface, $ 53.4 million grant):Men:Singles – Round 1:Coric (27-Croatia) – Andujar (Sp.) 7: 5, 6: 3, 6: 1, Londero (ARG) – Donskoy (RUS) 6: 3, 6: 3, 7: 5, Thompson ( Austr.) – Travaglia (It.) 6: 3, 6: 4, 4: 6, 6: 2, Gerasimov (BEL) – Lajovic (18-Srb.) 6: 1, 4: 6, 6: 4, 6: 4, Coria (ARG) – Jung (Taiwan) 2: 6, 4: 6, 6: 4, 6: 1, 2: 0 retired, Davidovich (Šp.) – Novak (AUT) 3: 6, 6: 4, 6: 3, 1: 6, 6: 0.Women:Singles – Round 1:Vondroušová (12-CR) – Minnenova (Belg.) 6: 1, 6: 4, Karolina Pliskova (1-CR) – Kalininova (UKR) 6: 4, 6: 0, Kvitová (6-ČR) – Beguová (ROU) 6: 3, 6: 2, Garciaová (Fr.) – Paoliniová (It.) 6: 3, 6: 2, Kerberová (17-Něm.) – Tomljanovicová (Austr.) ) 6: 4, 6: 4, Mladenovic (30-Fr.) – Baptiste (USA) 7: 5, 6: 2, Gracovova (RUS) – Badosa (Sp.) 6: 4, 7: 5, Sasnovicova ( White) – Di Lorenz (USA) 2: 6, 7: 6 (8: 6), 6: 0.last_img read more

first_img0 Shares Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Report a problem This item is… Report a problem This item is… LocalSportsJournal.comThe Whitehall volleyball team finished its regular season league schedule unbeaten with a three-set win over Shelby on Tuesday night in West Michigan Conference play.The Vikings won by service scores of 25-10, 25-10 and 25-19 to improve to 7-0 in league play.Abby Seeger led the Vikings with eight kills, while McKenna Hepler and Allisyn Grams chipped in with seven.Jaden Mikkelson shared the wealth with 24 assists while Abby Seeger served six aces.The Vikings improved to 23-9-4 overall on the season.MONTAGUE 3, OAKRIDGE 0- The Wildcats topped the Eagles in WMC play Tuesday night 25-5, 25-19, and 25-7.Lauren Seaver led the Wildcats offense with 11 kills with Reilly Murphy adding nine of her own. Raegan Murphy chipped in with 29 assists.Raegan Murphy also led the team with three blocks and Alison Hall had two.Lakes 8ORCHARD VIEW 3, MUSEKGON HEIGHTS 0- The Cardinals made easy work in their Lakes 8 contest, winning by scores of 25-3, 25-4 and 25-0.Allison TenHove led OV offensively with five kills while Lily Johnson and Lauren Wroblewski served out 13 and 11 aces, respectively.Cassidee White also chipped in with 12 assists for the Cardinals, who improved to 9-22-2 on the season and 2-3 in conference play.WESTERN MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 3, LUDINGTON 0- The Warriors by the Lakes 8 battle by services scores of 25-20, 25-13, 25-13 on Tuesday.Anna Sytsema and Taylor Folkema were the anchors on offense for the Warriors with eight kills apiece while Eden TenCate added five of her own. Alisha Leffring shared the wealth with 27 assists.Claudia Kingma and Meghan Heiss kept the defense in check with 13 and 12 digs apiece, respectively.The Warriors improved to 27-9-1 on the season.The Orioles were paced by Zoee Zatarga and De’Lahna Porter with five kills each while Randi Stone chipped in with seven assists.Ludington is now 22-18-5 on the season and 4-1 in league play.O-K  Black ConferenceJENISON 3, MONA SHORES 0- The Sailors dropped a tough match by scores of 20-25, 14-25, 13-25 on Tuesday in OK Black Conference action.Lauren Dunn and Emma Lynn led Mona Shores on offense with 11 and five kills apiece, respectively, while Megan DeLong dished out 16 assists.The Sailors are now 11-22-3 on the season and 5-3 in league play.FRUITPORT 3, MUSKEGON 0- The Trojans rolled to an O-K Black Conference win by scores of 25-1, 25-8, and 25-9 on Tuesday.Kylie Oberlin led the way for the Trojans with nine kills while Makayla Lillmars added six of her own. Jordan Carlyle dished out 19 assists.The Trojans improved to 24-13 on the year and 6-1 in conference play.C.S.A.AWHITE CLOUD 3, HOLTON 0– The Red Devils fell in straight sets on Tuesday night by scores of 19-25, 12-25, and 16-25.Morgan Murat led the Red Devils on offense with seven kills while Megan Baker added five of her own.Paige Byrnes dished out 15 assists for the Red Devils while Kylie Gould added two aces.HESPERIA 3, LAKEVIEW 0- The Panthers won a C.S.A.A. contest on Tuesday by scores of 25-20, 25-12, and 25-21.Emily Bayle and Alyssa Miller led the offense with 11 and 10 kills, respectively, with Isabelle Rumsey adding six.Kyra Sayer chipped in with 18 assists for Hesperia and Aria Thomas had 12 of her own.The Panthers improved to 25-13 on the year and 6-2 in conference play.O-K Blue ConferenceGRAND RAPIDS CATHOLIC CENTRAL 3, SPRING LAKE 0- The Lakers dropped a tough O-K Blue Conference contest by scores of 20-25, 15-25 and 22-25 on Tuesday night.Jenna Core led the Lakers with 12 kills with Abbi Perkins added seven. 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first_imgA junior national table tennis contingent is set to depart Guyana Monday for the Dominican Republic to contest the 2019 Caribbean Mini and Pre-cadet championships from August 19-27.  The squad, which includes a cadre of Guyana’s top junior players, including the rampant Jonathan Van Lange and Jasmine Billingy, will be coached by Dwain Dick with assistance from Colin France. Dick, who last coached the side three years ago in Jamaica, told Stabroek Sports that the squad is composed of some of the best juniors Guyana has ever produced and he expects them to do well in Santa Domingo. Autoplay Autoplay1 of 3Jasmine Billingy  (Royston Alkins photo)Deidre EdghillJonathan Van Lange (Royston Alkins photo)“I think we are capable of securing a few singles and team medals despite not being able to field a girls’ Under 13 team,” he said. “The preparation by our players were really good and I think we will get a good performance,” he added.Harping on the prospects of the hugely talented Under – 13 bunch,  all of whom have been working with him since their introduction to the sport, Dick was even more upbeat about their chances of  coming away with top honours.  “All the under-13 guys have been under my tutelage from their introduction into the sport. You can say they have some amount of pedigree, based on past performances… Kristian is a World Hopes qualifier… Jonathan [Van Lange] and Kristina [Sahadeo] won a silver medal in the Under – 11 boys doubles category in 2016.  “They all have team medals at boys team 11 years and under category,” the Titans Table Tennis Coach pointed out. A lot will be expected of Van Lange who earlier in the year, mopped up three junior national titles (Under – 13, 15, and 18). Sahadeo and Wong are also quite capable players. Billingy, on the other hand, is undisputedly one of Guyana’s brightest prospects. A good showing at this year’s championships should do wonders for her career moving forward.  Moore, who is already in the Dominican Republic, participating in the World Hopes Youth Camp will get an opportunity to test some of what he learnt from the coaches there at the championships. The team, over the  past month, has been engaged in regular training sessions, including morning and individual sessions to polish off their preparations. The squad reads:  Under – 11 Boys: Malachi Moore and Ebo McNeil Under – 11 Girls: Jasmine Billingy, Samara Sukhai, and Akira Watson Under – 13 Boys: Jonathan Van Lange, Krystian Sahadeo, Colin Wong, and Dhanesh Persaudlast_img read more

first_imgDesperation.It’s a word unfamiliar to the Ravens at this early stage of a season under eighth-year head coach John Harbaugh as they find themselves 0-2 for the first time since 2005. Not only must they beat the Cincinnati Bengals to avoid the first 0-3 start in franchise history, but a Thursday road game at Pittsburgh awaits just four days later.In other words, the Ravens know their season could be all but doomed before Columbus Day if they don’t answer the bell for these next two games. The Bengals, however, would like nothing more than to continue their recent success against the Ravens while improving to 3-0 in the young 2015 season.It’s time to go on the record as the Ravens play Cincinnati for the 39th time in franchise history as they own a 20-18 mark. Baltimore has lost three straight and four of the last five to the Bengals, who last year handed the Ravens a season-opening loss at M&T Bank Stadium and swept the season series for the first time since 2009.Here’s what to expect as the Ravens try to improve to 46-11 in home games under Harbaugh, the second-best mark in the NFL since 2008 …1. As Jimmy Smith tries to lock down A.J. Green, Tyler Eifert and Giovani Bernard will present matchup problems with a combined 125 receiving yards and a touchdown. Last week was a forgettable performance for the Ravens’ top cornerback, but he will bounce back to prevent Green from singlehandedly wrecking the game. The third-year tight end Eifert is emerging as a dangerous weapon and strong safety Will Hill is dealing with a knee ailment, a worrisome combination. Eifert and Bernard matching up against Ravens linebackers will favor Cincinnati and the pair will help Andy Dalton move the chains on several occasions on Sunday. 2. The Ravens will get their running game on track as Justin Forsett rushes for 80 yards and a touchdown. Through two games, Baltimore has averaged just 2.1 yards per carry in under-center formations as Forsett has largely been bottled up. The Ravens have gained 91 yards on 13 carries from the shotgun, but that’s not a viable long-term plan, putting pressure on the offensive line to open running lanes. The Bengals defense gave up 5.2 yards per carry a week ago, and you can bet that Harbaugh wants the Ravens to get back to their roots in all phases of the game after an 0-2 start. That means heavy doses of Forsett, Lorenzo Taliaferro, and Buck Allen, and more running room will be there.3. Elvis Dumervil will pick up his first sack of the season, but the pass rush will remain largely ineffective. The Ravens hope that Jason Babin can bring some life to a front seven missing Terrell Suggs, but putting consistent pressure on the quarterback will be an issue for the foreseeable future. Meanwhile, the Bengals offensive line hasn’t allowed a sack yet this season and the Ravens only sacked Dalton twice in two games last year with Suggs and Haloti Ngata having one each in the second meeting. Dumervil will slip by Bengals tackle Andrew Whitworth for a takedown, but this is not a good matchup for a group trying to find its way and going against a passing game that gets the ball out quickly4. Rookie Maxx Williams will catch his first career touchdown. The offense took some encouraging steps forward last week in Oakland with Crockett Gillmore catching two touchdowns and Kamar Aiken adding 89 receiving yards to shake off a brutal first-quarter fumble, but the Ravens need their 2015 second-round tight end to become a bigger part of what they do in the passing game, especially with limited speed at the receiver position. The Bengals’ otherwise-stout defense is average at the linebacker position and offensive coordinator Marc Trestman will try to create favorable matchups for the talented but raw Williams. He’ll take advantage with a touchdown inside the red zone.5. Joe Flacco will fight off the demons of past Cincinnati performances to lead the Ravens to a much-needed 23-21 win. These are the desperate times in which you lean on your stars, but Flacco has thrown more than twice as many career interceptions against the Bengals than any other team, making this one difficult to predict. Cincinnati is the more balanced team on paper and the early-season results for both teams speak for themselves, but Flacco plays better at home and will play an efficient game with minimal mistakes to lead the Ravens to a win. It won’t be pretty as the defense will bend plenty without breaking and the offense will struggle to finish off a few drives, but the Ravens will make just a few more plays than the Bengals to earn their first win of 2015.last_img read more

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