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Logansport, In. — A Wednesday morning house fire in the Logansport area killed six people in the 4300 block of Pottawatomie Point Road. The victims range in age from three months to 42-years-old.At 1:49 a.m., a 911 call to the Cass County Dispatch Center reported a burning home at 4317 Pottawatomie Point Road, rural Logansport, IN. The caller reported that there were possibly multiple people trapped inside.Two Cass County Sheriff’s Deputies were the first to arrive at the home and found the two story house engulfed in flames. Despite the police officers attempts to reach those inside, they were prohibited from doing so by the intense smoke and fire.Officers did encounter an adult male and an adult female who had allegedly escaped the fire. The pair was transported, by ambulance, to Logansport Memorial Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. One of the deputies suffered from smoke inhalation, but refused medical treatment at the scene.Multiple fire departments arrived on scene to battle the fire, cold temperatures, and lack of on scene access to water. Firefighters had to truck in water from a Logansport hydrant when their tanker trucks ran dry. After the fire was extinguished, fire personnel began the pain staking task of combing through the burnt-out home looking for the bodies of the deceased.During their search, firefighters recovered six bodies, two adults and four children. The adults were a 42 year-old man and a 25 year-old woman. The children found were three girls ages 10, one, and three, and boy three months. The youngest kids are the children of the 25 year-old female. The 10 year-old girl is the daughter of the 42 year-old man.The relationship between the 42 year-old man and the 25 year-old woman has not been established. The two adults that escaped the fire are believed to be the wife and son of the deceased 42 year-old man.This is an active investigation led by the Cass County Sheriff’s Department. At this time, there is no evidence to indicate the fire was intentionally set.Names of the deceased will be released when they are verified by the Cass County Coroner’s Office.There were numerous agencies assisting the Cass County Sheriff’s Department at the scene to include the Logansport Fire Department, the New Waverly Fire Department, the Clymer’s Fire Department, the Walton Fire Department, the Indiana State Police, the Logansport Police Department, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, the Indiana Fire Marshal’s Office, Cass County EMA, Cass County EMS, the Cass County Coroner’s Office, and the local chapter of the Salvation Army.
Also, the Minister charged participants, that ” overall, we must discuss ways to have an abridged or modulate version of the Festival. This may involve a reduction in the number of sports, especially contact sports, team sports, events and participants to the festival ”. Dare said : ” Our sportsmen and women need to gradually come back to training and competitions. This is necessary to oil their career and keep them meaningfully engaged.Mr Dare further admonished participants by way of caution when he said: ” However, I must sound a note of caution: this process of review today must not be seen as a rush to full sporting activities or a rush to hold the NSF. Any such return will be guided and will be a function of the trend if the variables – flattening the curve, a cue from the PTF on the COVID-19 and consultations with key stakeholders and in this case even the athletes and the global sport’s response. Nonetheless, we should be seen to continually be working to achieve the objectives of the National Sports Festival which are skill development of our athletes and priming them ahead of major international events, especially the Olympic and Paralympic Games coming up in 2021. The various States have invested heavily in the training, equipment, kits and sports infrastructure for the 2020 National Sports Festival before it’s postponement. We should not allow these efforts and resources to go to waste”.The Council which has about 87 members participating took robust contributions from members who were all in support of hosting the games this year but want a committee to monitor and ensure necessary variables were in place in Edo State. read also:Breaking: Edo Sports Festival postponed An 11-man committee was set up with a 30-day deadline to report back on the possibility and practicability of hosting the games and suggesting possible dates. The members of the committee are :The National Sports Policy review presently under review also was discussed especially the sports industry component with a promise by the Minister that council members will get an information pack and be consulted FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Things That Actually Ruin Your PhoneWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do10 Stunning Asian Actresses No Man Can Resist9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way Loading… In what turned to be a unanimous decision member of the National Council on Sports, the Country’s highest Sports decision body at their virtual extraordinary meeting agreed that the National Sports Festival slated for Edo should hold before the end of the year 2020. The virtual Extra-ordinary meeting of the National Council on Sports Was called to deliberate on the possibility of hosting the 20th National Sports Festival this year 2020 in view of the health challenge posed by the scourge of COVID-19. In his keynote address to critical stakeholders; the Minister, Mr Sunday Dare said ” Nigeria, given it’s position as a sporting nation must begin to chart it’s the path out of the COVID-19 pandemic from the premises of challenges and opportunities. Hence, the rationale for this meeting. This meeting of the National Council has been called to deliberate on the possibility of hosting the 20th National Sports Festival this year, 2020. The Minister, while chairing the meeting comprising the Deputy Gov. Edo State, Comrade Phillip Shuaibu, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Mr Gabriel Aduda, Commissioners of Sports, Permanent Secretaries of State Ministries of Sports, Chairmen, Directors and Sports Administrators across the country: said ” Before arriving at the possibility of holding the NSF this year, the issues to discuss amongst others are: what are the conditions precedents that must be on ground before a new date? what should be the roles and responsibilities of major stakeholders towards the execution of the NSF in a COVID-19 environment? what should be the nature of the NSF in terms of duration, size of contingent…”. Pressing further on rules for engagement, Mr Dare emphatically stated that ” beyond these questions is the bigger issue of the provision of the necessary COVID-19 prevention and treatment infrastructure viz body scanners, testing kits, face masks and sanitizers, temperature kits, isolation centers, PPEs, ventilators, hospitals, and health personnel. Equally, the enforcement of COVID -19 protocol of regular sanitizing of our hands, washing with water and soap, wearing face masks, keeping the physical distance rule, and observing global best practices in general.
Tony Popovic on Tuesday downplayed speculation linking him to the vacant post, insisting his former club had not been in contact. The 41-year-old former Australia international has strong ties with the Eagles, having played for the club for five seasons before returning in 2011 as part of Dougie Freedman’s backroom set-up. Popovic is now manager of Western Sydney Wanderers and, despite having been as short as 6/1 with one bookmakers to replace Pulis, insisted talk of taking charge at Selhurst Park was wide of the mark. “No there’s been no conversations with anyone in regards to that and it’s not for us to speak about speculation,” Popovic said. “If there was something happening we’d certainly speak to you about it. “I’m very fond of that club. I have great memories and history there and many friends I have there. “I wish them the best in whoever they choose as a manager.” Palace have signed just Fraizer Campbell, Brede Hangeland and Martin Kelly so far during the transfer window, with the board intent on adding at least three more recruits. Caretaker coach Keith Millen assumed control for Palace’s opening league fixture, the 2-1 defeat at Arsenal. Press Association The former Cardiff boss is now the clear front-runner to succeed Tony Pulis at the south London club, but Palace have remained tight-lipped on the situation. Selhurst Park bosses are believed to be close to finalising a three-year contract for Mackay, with bookmakers suspending bets on his appointment. Malky Mackay is expected to beat Tim Sherwood to the vacant Crystal Palace job. Former Tottenham bosses Sherwood and Martin Jol had been under serious consideration by the Palace board, but Mackay’s close relationship with sporting director Iain Moody should tip the balance in his favour. The duo worked in tandem at Cardiff, before Mackay was sacked in December. Former Watford manager Mackay could be in place to lead Palace in Saturday’s Barclays Premier League clash with one of his former clubs, West Ham. Pulis walked out on Palace on the eve of the league season after reported disagreements with co-chairman Steve Parish over transfer strategy. The ex-Stoke boss landed the manager of the year award for steering the Eagles from the depths of a relegation battle to an impressive 11th-place finish last term. His forthright style clashed with Parish and Moody across pre-season, leading to his departure. Now Palace look prepared to reunite Mackay and Moody, while also retaining the remainder of the backroom staff that worked under Pulis. Sherwood had been understood to favour a reshuffle of the behind-the-scenes coaching roster, while Palace are aiming to keep what semblance of continuity possible in the wake of Pulis’ surprise exit.
The Latest: Rugby players at Toulouse offer to take pay cuts May 13, 2020 More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The players at French rugby club Toulouse have offered to take a pay cut amid the coronavirus pandemic. The players at the 20-time French champions say they told club president Bernard Lemaitre they are willing to accept “a significant decrease” in earnings. They did not give any figures regarding the amount of the proposed decrease.Lemaitre praised his players for their “spontaneous and unanimous” offer amid challenging economic times.He says it “further reinforces our motivation and our desire to meet the challenges of tomorrow.”The French league was canceled after the government called it off late last month. The semifinals of the Top 14 league will not be played.___
In the preliminary round, F-M posted one minute, 40.29 seconds, slightly off the 1:39.90 it had earlier this season. But in the finals a day later, the Hornets improved to 1:39.58 as Sleepy-Hastings-Edgemont-Irvin (Section I) won in 1:35.82.Moving to the 400 freestyle relay, Kingsley, Kellogg and Luttrell paired with Lindsay Mathews would finish 21st in the opening round in 3:40.58 but then go nearly three seconds faster in the finals, finishing in 3:37.67.That helped F-M win its consolation race and place 21st overall, but up to 14th place when only counting NYSPHSAA teams. Horace Greeley, also from Section I, won the NYSPHSAA race in 3:29.11 and Sacred Heart won the overall race in 3:26.46. On her own, Kingsley swam the 100 breaststroke in 1:10.14, off her season-best 1:08.37 to finish 45th overall, while in the 50 freestyle she went 25.14 seconds, an event where she had gone 24.87 seconds this fall, good for 41st place.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: Cazenoviaswimming What had already proven a superb season for Cazenovia High School’s Morgan Kingsley on the Fayetteville-Manlius girls swim team culminated last weekend with her appearance in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association championships.The state meet began Friday at Ithaca College, with Kingsley competing on her own in the 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard breaststroke, along with F-M’s 200 and 400-yard freestyle relay teams.It was in the 200-yard freestyle relay that Kingsley earned her best finish. Working with Chittenango High School’s Hannah Kellogg, along with Georgia Langan and Emma Luttrell, the Hornets would take 17th place.
Published on November 15, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Michael: email@example.com | @Michael_Cohen13 Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Gerardo Suero sliced into the left side of the Syracuse zone. As he neared the basket, there stood 6-foot-9 forward Rakeem Christmas to protect the hoop against the penetrating 6-foot-4 Albany guard.Suero went airborne, leaping directly toward Christmas’ chest. But in midflight, he contorted his body and ducked under the all-encompassing wingspan of Christmas. And as he fell to his right — toward the center of the paint — Suero flung an off-balance shot toward the basket that somehow rattled in off the glass to give Albany an early four-point lead.‘I told everybody he’s not passing the ball,’ SU guard Dion Waiters said. ‘He was doing some crazy shots on one-on-threes, all this acrobatic stuff in the air.’Reckless as he may have been, Suero willed his way to a game-high 31 points against the Syracuse 2-3 zone. A relentless attack against the SU defense opened up opportunities for fellow guards Logan Aronhalt and Mike Black to score from the outside. The trio combined for 62 points in the 98-74 loss to the No. 5 Orange on Tuesday and pointed out several key weaknesses in SU head coach Jim Boeheim’s zone.For the Great Danes to have any shot of pulling an upset, the offense had to start and finish with Suero. The Dominican Republic native found any possible crevice in the 2-3 zone and threw himself at the basket sans caution.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThough he’s played against zone defense all his life growing up in the Dominican Republic, he had never seen anything like the labyrinth presented by the Orange.‘Oh my god,’ a visibly exhausted Suero said. ‘These guys, they are so long. Their arms are so long I don’t even know. Every time I got to the middle, there were like two or three people playing defense on me.’Part of the result was six turnovers by Suero, who was stripped in the lane on several occasions. But more often than that, he drew fouls.With 10:21 remaining in the first half, Suero received a pass in the right corner from center John Puk to break the SU full-court press. He beelined for the basket, attempting to use the rim as a shield for a reverse layup.The long arms of Fab Melo blocked the shot and clobbered Suero on the follow-through, though the foul was assessed to Brandon Triche. He was slow to get up, but went on to make both free throws.‘You can do good things against their zone and get a good shot, and it could be punched into the seventh row by a 7-footer who is protecting the rim,’ Albany head coach Will Brown said. ‘So I’m trying to look at did we get the ball where we needed to get to and realize that in our league, no one is going to be there blocking it into the seventh row.’Suero’s ability to get to the free-throw line was due in part to ‘dumb reach-in fouls,’ as Waiters called them. And though his shots were often blocked by a converging Baye Moussa Keita or Christmas, Suero drew contact with his body to receive a foul call and converted 11-of-12 from the free-throw line.And like Suero, the Great Danes sharpshooter — Aronhalt — won’t face forwards with 7-foot wingspans launching out at him on every 3-point attempt.He missed each of his first two attempts from long range as well as a layup from in close, but he responded well from that point forward. Aronhalt connected on 4-of-11 3-pointers, finishing with 20 points.He made back-to-back 3s in the final six minutes of the first half that drew the ire of Boeheim, who called an immediate timeout when he felt his defenders didn’t extend far enough to contest.‘We didn’t block as many shots as we do,’ Boeheim said. ‘I think we were a little slow, a little step off tonight. We didn’t do as good a job there as we have been.’Fortunately, Boeheim said, Aronhalt missed a few open 3s or the game would have been much closer in the first half.Still, the fact that the two players SU’s defense was supposed to key in on — Suero and Aronhalt — burned the Orange didn’t sit well with Boeheim.Said Boeheim sarcastically: ‘We did talk in the scouting report about the two guys that were guys we wanted to be careful of and be aware of, and we held them to 51, so that was good.’firstname.lastname@example.org
Wisconsin, 5-1, recently dropped to No. 6 in the rankings after a loss to Baylor last week, and a visit from the Marquette Golden Eagles could prove equally challenging.However, Wisconsin will look to continue their momentum following a win against North Texas on Saturday.“We learned a lot from that game,” said sophomore Dana Rettke. “I think we got a little complacent and didn’t really put up a big fight towards the end when they had the momentum.”Football: AP Poll very stupid, also dumbFor the second consecutive week, the AP Poll has dropped the University of Wisconsin football team’s ranking by a spot. Read…They will have to find a way to shut down the hottest hitter in the Big East, Marquette’s Allie Barber. Barber, a 6’5” junior outside hitter, was recently named the Big East Offensive Player of the Week due to her contribution in Marquette’s win over ranked opponent, USC.With the University of Wisconsin volleyball team coming off a 1-1 Texas road trip, they will look to push past their third ranked opponent, Marquette in an in-state battle Friday night.Wisconsin will face Marquette redshirt senior and middle blocker Jenna Rosenthal. Rosenthal was named to the Big East Weekly Honor Roll earlier in the season and currently leads the team in hitting percentage at .378. Rosenthal will team up with junior setter Lauren Speckman to record kills over one of the Big Ten’s Leading Blocker in Dana Rettke.Rettke was the match leader in blocks against North Texas last Saturday, and will look to continue her dominance as a blocker. Rettke stands at 6’8”, Rosenthal, 6’6”, and the Golden Eagles will look to challenge Rettke in the middle position.Volleyball: Wisconsin gets back on track versus North TexasThe University of Wisconsin women’s volleyball team rebounded in a big way as they downed North Texas in a quick Read…Wisconsin will be facing their third road environment in a row. Rettke described the difficulty and struggle that accompanies playing on the road. She described the environment as “always a little uncomfortable” and “something we have to learn and deal with as we go forward.” Although the Al McGuire Center in Milwaukee seats only around 3,700, compared to the UW Fieldhouse’s over 7,000, the road environment always poses an advantage Wisconsin will have to overcome in the face of an already talented and productive team.The Badgers also face Illinois State at 11 a.m. during the invitational Saturday.
Snow last week added to what have been continual delays in the harvest.The U-S-D-A crop report out Monday shows the northwest and north central districts have harvested more than 85 percent of their expected corn crop — while the northeast district that was hit by snow is just 58 percent complete. The overall corn harvest is at 77 percent — up from 64 percent last week. Ninety-five percent of the overall soybean crop has been harvested.The south central and southeast districts still have more than 10 percent of the bean crop still in the fields. The corn harvest is 10 days behind last year and 12 days behind the five-year average. The soybean harvest is more than one week behind average.
Jesse Cooper and Merissa Dawson of Nelson each scored singles but that was not enough as Kelowna dumped the West Kootenay Wildcats 5-2 in semi final play at the recent Nelson Bantam House Minor Hockey Tournament.The Cats finished the round robin with a 2-1 record.West Kootenay bounced Kimberley 6-0 as Stephanie McAuley of Trail scored three times for the victors.Molly Benbow, Kara Deane and Dawson added singles.The Cats then rode the two-goal performane of Nelson’s Jena Wheeldon to edge Nakusp 5-2. Dawson, Madelaine Vockeroth and McAuley also scored.West Kootenay concluded the round robin with a hard-fought 4-3 loss to Nelson Bantam House. McAuley, Cooper and Dawson scored for the Wildcats. The West Kootenay will be solidly represented at the upcoming B.C. Winter Games in Vernon in the sport of girl’s hockey.No less than seven players caught the eye of evaluators and were selected to Team Kootenay to play in the U16 girl’s hockey tournament following the weekend camp in Invermere.Nelson headlines the contingent with three players, forwards Jesse Cooper and Emma Hare along with rearguard Merissa Dawson.Also on the team are forward Kira Steliev of Nakusp, forwards Stephanie McAuley and Julie Sidoni Trail and netminder Catalina Hartland of Kaslo.All seven players from the West Kootenay are members of the West Kootenay Wildcats Female squad.The balance of the teams is made up of players from the East Kootenay.The Winter Games run February 23-26.Girl’s hockey is being held at the Wesbild Centre in Vernon.The Winter Games is part of B.C. Hockey’s Female High Performance Program, which was established to identify and train athletes and team personnel for possible participation at Provincial, National and International events. West Kootenay Wildcats drop semi final heartbreaker in Nelson tournament