BACOLOD City – The motorcycle they wereriding crashed against a truck on the national road in Barangay Aguisan,Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental. The 23-year-old Jeremias Blanco Jr. ofBarangay 3, Himamaylan City died, while the 29-year-old Joliza Rey Blanco ofBarangay Sara-et, Himamaylan City was injured, a police report showed. Jeremias and Joliza were brought to theGov. Valeriano M. Gatuslao Memorial Hospital in Himamaylan City where theformer was pronounced “dead on arrival.” Mamac, meanwhile, surrendered and wasdetained in the lockup cell of the Himamaylan City police station, facingcharges./PN Police identified the Fuso truck driveras 21-year-old Ryan Mamac of Barangay 21, Victorias City, Negros Occidental. The crash happened around 6:45 a.m. onFeb. 24, it added.
Facebook Twitter Google+ With just three events left to be scored, the Syracuse men sat third on the leaderboard in the ACC Outdoor Track and Field Championships. But that would change after the 5000-meters. The Orange had six of the top seven runners finishers and picked up 34 points, and it jumped ahead.The 5k shot Syracuse into first place, and though the triple jump put Florida State back on top, it secured the Orange a second place finish in the meet, its best outdoor championship finish since joining the ACC. Justyn Knight secured his 11th ACC title with a time of 13:58.69. Right behind him, Iliass Aouani finished second, Colin Bennie finished third and Aidan Tooker placed fourth. Noah Affolder took sixth and Philo Germano took seventh.On the women’s side, the Orange finished 12th as Miami took home the championship hardware.The 5k wasn’t the only dominant performance for the men on Saturday. It also had a strong showing in the 110-meter hurdles. Angelo Goss took the gold with a time of 13.72 seconds followed by Matt Moore in second and Richard Floyd in fourth. Also on the men’s side, Knight placed fourth in the men’s 1500-meters with a time of 3:46.96 while Simon Smith placed ninth. In the 100-meter men’s final, Winston Lee placed eighth. In the 4×100 meter relay, the men placed fifth with a time of 40.22 seconds.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textOn the women’s side of the 5k, Paige Stoner took the bronze with a 16:14.81 finish. In the women’s 4×100 meter relay, SU placed ninth with a time of 45.53 seconds. The next meet for Orange runners will be the NCAA East Preliminaries in Jacksonville, FL starting May 24. Comments Published on May 12, 2018 at 10:07 pm Contact Eric: firstname.lastname@example.org
Share MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Submit Related Articles SBC Awards: The key to an effective submission August 28, 2020 Better Collective cautious on quick recovery as COVID drags growth momentum August 25, 2020 The customisable odds comparison site from bettingexpert has marked the first in a series of planned expansions by going live with a German language version.SmartBets, which launched in June and was recently named Best New Affiliate Product at the SBC Awards, will announce four new language versions in January 2017.It allows punters to create a tailored dashboard around their favourite teams, leagues, betting markets and operators, which ensures they find the best bets relevant to them. SmartBets’ unique service also includes an ‘Acca Generator’ which suggests a smart trio of odds, riskier selections and longshots.Thanks to bettingexpert’s one-click betting integration, users are also able to place bets instantly with major operators such as Ladbrokes. Once a bet has been placed, punters can keep up-to-date via the Live Game Cast on the dashboard and can choose to receive match notifications straight to their mobile.Henrik Lykkesteen, Chief Commercial Officer for Better Collective, said: “The release of the German version of SmartBets shows our commitment to our growing audience in Germany, and is just the start of an exciting time for the website. There is a light at the end of the tunnel in terms of legislation, meaning we are well placed to take advantage of the huge potential in the country.“With more releases on the way next year, as well as the simple-to-use interface and innovative features, we feel SmartBets is the ultimate comparison tool.”
The Tigers will have multiple options if they decide to move Matthew Boyd.The Dodgers, Braves, Astros and Rays are all monitoring the market for the 28-year-old starter, according to a report from the Detroit News. The Padres are also “evaluating Boyd as a trade possibility,” according to MLB.com. MLB trade rumors: Mets want ‘multiple top prospects’ in exchange for Noah Syndergaard Sources: #Padres evaluating Matthew Boyd as possible trade acquisition. #Tigers could ask for Renfroe or Reyes as a key component of deal. Story at @MLB.com: https://t.co/GszCVxr7rS @MLBNetwork— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) July 11, 2019The Tigers “prefer to acquire at least one potential All-Star position player if they move Boyd,” according to MLB.com.“It’s just noise, right?” Boyd said about the trade rumors last month, via MLB.com. “There’s no action that needs to be taken or anything. It’s just stuff that’s out of my control, and really no stock needs to go into it until something happens. So, there’s nothing I can do.” Related News MLB trade rumors: Astros unwilling to move this prospect in deal for Tigers’ Matthew Boyd Boyd is in the middle of a career season and holds a 6-6 record with a 3.87 ERA in 18 starts so far. He has struck out 142 and walked 20 in 107 innings pitched.Detroit also is willing to listen to offers for Nicholas Castellanos and Shane Greene, along with “virtually any veteran on its roster,” according to MLB Network. “The guys that should be worried are the guys that no one is interested in,” Detroit manager Ron Gardenhire said in June. “So, when people care, and your name is being thrown around, it ought to flatter you. That’s what I throw out there. Just be happy that someone wants you in this game.”The Tigers are well out of playoff contention with a 28-57 record.
The question is whether Pierre, who is seven years into what has essentially been a successful career in the majors, can make such an adjustment – or if he should even be asked to, considering the Dodgers lured him to Los Angeles this winter with a five-year, $44 million contract based on the player he already was. “I’ll just go out and play my game,” Pierre said. “I don’t get a lot of walks, but … it’s not like I’m just up there hacking.” The biggest knock against Pierre is that his career on-base percentage (.350) isn’t what teams look for from a leadoff man. Pierre doesn’t draw many walks, a fact he blames on his lack of power because pitchers aren’t afraid to challenge him when they are behind in the count. But Little also made it clear in announcing that Furcal would lead off that Pierre will be more a second leadoff man than a prototypical No. 2 hitter. Little seemed to reiterate that even as he called for Pierre to take more pitches. “He did ask me about sacrifice bunting with (Furcal) at first base,” Little said. “I don’t think we’ll have much of that. If he sees an opportunity for a (bunt) base hit in those situations, he might be doing that. But we’re not going to be giving up outs when we have a runner on first who is fully capable of stealing a base.” Furcal is a contact hitter who struck out just 38 times in 699at-bats with the Chicago Cubs last season and who has struck out only once every 16.5at-bats throughout his career. National heroes: Dodgers pitchers Hong-Chih Kuo and Chin-Hui Tsao and shortstop prospect Chin-lung Hu all made history in their home country of Chinese Taipei last December, helping the national team win the baseball championship of the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, for the first time ever. Kuo, who also pitched for his country in the 2002 Games and in last spring’s World Baseball Classic, started and pitched five solid innings in a semifinal win over Korea. Taiwan then beat Japan for the gold medal. “We knew we had a pretty good team going in, but it was still a really big deal for our country because we had never won it before,” Kuo said. Although Tsao was a free agent who wouldn’t sign with the Dodgers for another month, the club had to give permission for the Chinese Taipei Baseball Association to use Kuo and Hu in the tournament, something general manager Ned Colletti said was an easy decision. “It was a good opportunity for them to represent their country and get some valuable experience at a high level of baseball,” Colletti said. “It wasn’t major-league, but it was still a very competitive level, and it was something they could take a lot of pride in.” Looking back: Veteran reliever Rudy Seanez, who is in camp on a minor-league contract, returned after a two-day absence to attend his grandmother’s funeral. No sooner had he gotten back than he was reminded of a game at Dodger Stadium last Sept. 18, when Seanez gave up a two-run homer to Nomar Garciaparra in the 10th inning to give the Dodgers a dramatic win over San Diego. The Dodgers had hit four consecutive homers in the ninth to tie the score. The two clubs wound up tied atop the National League West, with the Padres getting the title based on head-to-head play and the Dodgers making the playoffs as the wild-card. “In a game like that, with everything that had gone on, I think there was a feeling that we just weren’t going to win,” Seanez said. “But the biggest thing was, we just came back from it and I just came back from it. I think it showed what both teams were made of.” Koufax visits: Hall of Famer Sandy Koufax, who lives nearby, made his first Dodgertown appearance of the spring on Sunday. email@example.com (818) 713-3675 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! VERO BEACH, Fla. – Three days after saying he didn’t want career leadoff man Juan Pierre to change his approach despite the fact he was being dropped to second in the batting order behind Rafael Furcal, Dodgers manager Grady Little said before Sunday’s spring-training workout that he has asked Pierre to be more patient at the plate. “We talked to him about (that),” Little said. “It might help him get on base more.” Told after the workout of Little’s comments, Pierre initially seemed taken aback. But ultimately, he acknowledged having had such a conversation with Little. “We talked about it when we talked about me batting second,” Pierre said.