ILOILO City – In Barangay Pandac, Pavia,Iloilo a man was electrocuted. Feleciano Sucorin sustained burns on theboth of his hands, a police report showed. Sucorin – a resident of the village – accidentallytouched an exposed electrical wire around 11 a.m. on Jan. 8, the report added. He was rushed to the Western VisayasMedical Center in Mandurria district for treatment./PN
The Batesville High School Cross Country Team finished out their regular season tonight with a quad meet against East Central, Franklin County and Lawrenceburg at Batesville as the Bulldogs also honored their 5 seniors after the meet.Both the girls and the boys team ran very well and finished the night claiming the 1st place spots. Girls scored just 26 points to East Central’s 41, Franklin County 68 and Lawrenceburg 109. Batesville’s Lily Pinckley came in first for the meet crossing the line at 20:13. The Bulldogs claimed 5 more of the top 10 spots as Liz Loichinger placed 3rd, Trysta Vierling, 5th, Sarah Ripperger, Katie Olsen and Maria Lopez came in 8th, 9th and 10th respectively. In the boys race, Batesville was very close to earning a perfect score, with only 17 points as they took 1st-4th and 7th.Winning the meet and leading Batesville was Ean Loichinger with a time of 16:54. He was followed by Adam Moster, Joshua Myers and Benjamin Moster (2nd-4th). Senior, Nathan Eckstein placed 7th to finishing out the scoring 5. Also placing in the top 15 were Luke Esser, 10th and Dillon Murray, 11th.On the JV side, the top 10 were honored and the Batesville girls claimed the top 5 spots with senior Britany Venis leading the way. The other 4 Bulldogs were Carly Fitzpatrick, Alyssa Linville, Sophie Brown and Kate Poltrack. For the boys, Batesville also had 5 in the top 10, and coming in 1st was Daren Smith. Nathan Villani was 5th, Landon Gutzwiller, 6th, Alex Livers, 7th and Luke Nuhring, 9th.The Bulldogs did have one personal best for the evening and that goes to Zach Gutzwiller! Great finish to the season dogs! Next up is the Sectional Competition which will be this coming Saturday hosted by South Dearborn at Moores Hill. Action starts with the girls race at 10:30. Come cheer on the Bulldogs as they will fight for a championship and a chance to move on to Regional Competition the following Saturday at Shelbyville. Good luck DOGS!!!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.
The 61-year-old was shown the door on Saturday night just hours after his side lost 1-0 at home to Manchester United – a decision former Reading manager Steve Coppell described as a “spoilt-brat reaction”. Press Association Sport understands Short has drawn up a shortlist of potential successors headed by a man he believes can reinvigorate the squad for a seven-game run-in which will determine where the Black Cats will play their football next season. Press Association Sunderland owner Ellis Short has identified his number one target for the vacant manager’s job at the Stadium of Light after dispensing with the services of Martin O’Neill. They are currently just a point above the Barclays Premier League relegation zone after a run of eight games without a win. Former England boss Steven McClaren, whose second spell at Dutch club FC Twente came to an end last month, was swiftly installed at the top of the bookmakers’ list of candidates, although sources close to the 51-year-old have since distanced him from the speculation. It is understood there had been no contact with former QPR manager Mark Hughes, while the man who took the Champions League trophy to Chelsea, Roberto Di Matteo, is not thought to be interested. Former Swindon boss Paolo Di Canio’s odds shortened considerably overnight while Brighton’s Gus Poyet was also receiving strong support, although Sunderland are keeping their own counsel over their main target. The new man will be Sunderland’s fifth manager in a little more than four years, and the first the Texan will have chosen since Niall Quinn’s departure as chairman. And Coppell feels that tendency to chop and change is indicative of the approach of overseas owners. “You can only presume there was some dialogue after the game,” he told BBC Radio Five Live. “We are in the realms, I’m afraid, of spoilt-brat reactions because it is their toy. They don’t understand the history and heritage of British football – there are so many foreign owners, I have nothing against that, but there is a way of doing things in English football that has now gone out of the window.”
Linden’s Christianburg-Wismar Secondary School (CWSS) continued its unbeaten streak in the ongoing Milo schools Football tournament.The side produced a 4-0 rout of Friendship Secondary to close off the round-robin phase of the 2019 tournament with a brace fromTyrese Lewis (12th and 57th).Single strikes from Felix Innis (1st) and Andre Meyers (9th) ensured that the goals were never in short supply.Friendship was unable to muster up a serious challenge to goal.In the second game of the day, it was a back and forth affair between Vergenoegen and Charlestown.Ronaldo Macey of the West Demerara side opened the scoring in the 13th minute before Anthone Vascancellos 22nd minute-goal brought the scales back level.Two minutes later, as if on cue, Macey scored his second in the 24th.As the game wore on, things seemed to be going all Vergenoegen’s way before Vascancellos’ 43rd-minute strike brought things level. Carlos Agard’s 48th-minute strike tipped the game in favour of the Georgetown side which held to the final whistle.The scoreline was the same as Tucville beat Tutorial 3-2 with Shawn Lewis’ brace in the 12th and 32nd and Klem Semple’s 15th- minute strike being the deciding factors.Dellon Harry’s 27th-minute strike coupled with Stephan Millington’s 52n- minute goal were Tutorial’s strikes.
GANDHI Youth Organisation (GYO) endured a frustrating opening day of the GISE/Star Party Rentals/Trophy Stall first-division two-day match, as hosts Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC), built a 55-run first-innings lead when play ended yesterday at Bourda.The hosts, with consecutive weekend wins, reached 156-7 at the close, responding to GYO first-innings 101 all out in 53.3 overs.Asked to bat first, GYO openers Yeudistir Persaud and Anand Bharat put together a decent first-wicket stand of 35 runs before Bharat was removed by off-spinner Stephon Wilson (2-24).Bharat’s dismissal triggered a batting collapse where the visitors lost their nine remaining wickets for just 66 runs.Bharat struck two boundaries in his 35 while Persaud, who also struck two boundaries top-scored with 41. They were the only two batsmen to reach double figures.GYO innings was hurt by outstanding off-spin bowling from Thimoty McAlmont, who claimed 4-15. Pacers, captain Ronaldo Ali-Mohamed (2-16), and Bernard Bailey (1-16), were the two other successful bowlers.In reply, GCC slipped to 20-4 with off-spinner Trevon France claiming three of the four wickets. He had both openers Eon Rodrigues (4) and Jeetendra Sookdeo (2), along with McAlmont (0), while Ali-Mohamed who struck a four and six then went hit-wicket off Neiland Cadogan for 20.At that point Mavindra Dindyal and Carlos La Rose then took the score to 101 with some measured batting. During the period Dindyal, who was one of three Guyanese who toured UK with the West Indies Under-16 squad recently, reached his half-century.However, as the partnership looked to blossom, off-spinner Divesh Ramjattan removed La Rose for 24. France then returned for a second spell and accounted for Zachary Jodah (1) and Dindyal for a composed 66 to complete his five-wicket haul. France has so far taken 5-51 off 15 overs. Dindyal struck five sweetly-timed fours and two sixes.Bailey and Darius Andrews will resume today on 7 and 0 respectively.
Rivers Angels yesterday emerged the best female football club in the country after defeating Nasarawa Amazons 4-3 in a penalty shootout to win the maiden edition of the Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Champions Shield.Scores at regulation time was one-all before the dame dragged into shootout at the Agege Stadium.Rivers Angels who were beaten by the same Nasarawa team in the NWFL Super 4 Tournament in Benin City late last year however got their pound of flesh in the Champions Shield competition meant to determine the best female team between the winner of the league and the Aiteo (Federation) Cup.Alice Ogebe scored the opening goal of the game in the 42nd minute for River Angels with a header.Â Â Ejalonibu cancelled out that advantage in the 58thÂ minute to level scores for the Amazons.The goal by Ogebe deep into the second half for Angels that would have prevented the game from dragging into shootout was however ruled offside.Chief Coach of the Rivers Angels, Edwin Okon, told THISDAY that he was the happiest person yesterday winning the maiden Champions Shield sponsored by Lagos State.â€œI am the happiest person today for my team to emerge winners of the maiden Champions Shield. It confers on us as the best team in the country. For us (River United) as the winners of the Aiteo Cup to defeat the League champions means we are the best in Nigeria,â€ enthused Edwin who is former chief coach of the Super Falcons.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
x-default On the trip to India he was accompanied by his wife and one son. On the flight to St Petersburg, for the World Cup preliminary draw, he was accompanied by his wife, his daughter, a nanny and his two sons, one of whom had been flown in from Sao Paulo, Brazil to Zurich in business class at FIFA’s expense. CAS said the private jet cost “$71 699 which was never deducted from Mr. Valcke’s salary”.In May 2015, just before Sepp Blatter was re-elected as FIFA president, 14 delegates were arrested in Zurich.The ruling stated that “according to the Appellant’s testimony at CAS he was only following Mr. Blatter’s directions to not travel on commercial flights to avoid arrest, which in itself is manifestly not a valid reason for a law-abiding individual.”The court also found that Valcke had been guilty of a conflict of interest, which he failed to disclose, in helping his son Sebastien secure a job with virtual reality company EON, which was about to sign a contract for the 2014 World Cup.The court also found that Valcke, a former journalist, had destroyed evidence despite being warned not to by Fifa’s legal advisors, deleting at least “1 034 files or folders…between 24 September and 11 October 2015 (the day before handing over his work laptop to FIFA.)”The court also found that Valcke profited from allocating extra 2014 World Cup tickets to middle men and then profiting from their black-market sale.Valcke, along with Nasser Al-Khelaifi, president of Paris Saint-Germain and chairman and CEO of beIN Media, is also the subject of criminal proceedings by the Swiss courts for “private corruption” in connection with World Cup media rights.Valcke, who is 57, is now based in the Barcelona region where he has set up a company called OMV Frontline which specialises in organising and managing sporting, artistic and fashion events.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) yesterday ruled against the former FIFA Secretary General, Jerome Valcke against an appeal on ban on him.Valcke used private jets for himself and his family and exploited his position as FIFA scribe to help his son to win a job.He was also implicated in the resale of match tickets for the 2014 World Cup, was fighting a 10-year FIFA ban. CAS found against him in a ruling issued on Monday night.Between January 2011 and September 2013, private jet flights by FIFA executives cost $11.7 million (9.9 million euros), with Valcke largely responsible, according to the CAS statement on the decision. In 2013, the FIFA director of finance sent Valcke an email asking him to find “more cost efficient alternatives wherever possible”.During his time as general secretary, Valcke “took four trips which were inconsistent with FIFA’s travel policies and regulations…on which he was accompanied by family members at the expense of FIFA,” said the ruling. These were to Delhi and the Taj Mahal and from London to Manchester in 2012, to Doha in 2013 and to St. Petersburg in July 2015.
According to Gersh, the rise in popularity of the social media and internet news has led to rapid changes in fashion and advertising. Aspiring fashion professionals must learn how to merge media with business, she said. Many companies are struggling because they fail to use social media to promote fashion shows and products. Gersh said young students who want to work in fashion media should use their knowledge of social media to help companies market their products to younger demographics. During the event, Gersh highlighted the importance of gender diversity in the workplace and said it was vital to include multiple women in meetings and business decisions. Lisa Gersh, former CEO of Alexander Wang, spoke to students about the need for gender diversity in the workplace and the importance of integrating social media into business. (Photo from Twitter) Lisa Gersh, former CEO of luxury fashion label Alexander Wang, discussed common trends in fashion and lifestyle design in the business sector Monday at an event hosted by the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism’s Media, Economics and Entrepreneurship Women’s Leadership Society. Gersh spoke about ways women can advance their professional careers in the fashion industry and about methods to adapt to new intersections of media and fashion. Gersh reflected on her own experience as CEO of Alexander Wang, and she offered advice for women who intend to pursue a leadership role in the future. “It’s a really rapidly changing field, and I think people who are thinking about going into marketing should be thinking about social [media],” Gersh said. “That’s really where all the dollars are going and the 42-year-olds can’t figure it out.” “I think people are really struggling [to change] because it used be so formulaic — you bought five pages of a magazine, you had a fashion show,” Gersh said. “I think it’s really challenging for the fashion business, in order to figure out really how to get noticed.” WLS member Anam Faruqi said she enjoyed learning about business and the fashion industry through Gersh’s experiences. “I don’t think you should try to balance your passion,” Gersh said. “I think you’re looking at a career path — it’s something you’re really excited about, something that really drives you. You should find a way in and go in that direction.” Marilyn Zhang, a freshman majoring in journalism, asked for Gersh’s perspective on how to balance passion in a career. “We’re really dedicated to recruiting female professionals to come and talk to our members and the public about their career paths and hopefully inspire them,” Wright said. “Lisa is amazing … her cross-platform career where she’s worked in media and she’s worked in fashion, and she’s held such high roles in these companies — so a very diverse perspective.” The event was moderated by Andie Wright and Maya Kashlan, both seniors majoring in public relations. The moderators said they hope hearing from Gersh will encourage young women to advance their careers and secure more executive positions. “I think it was really enriching … I think she gave us a lot of insight about what it means to be a leader and just the business industry in general,” Faruqi, a freshman majoring in communications, said. “I also thought it was very interesting the way she has jumped around so much in her career.” “If leadership is something that attracts you, then that’s the path you want to be on,” she said. “Doing different things is … a really good path to becoming a CEO … getting really good at [a task] and completing the task is really important before you move up.” “It changes the conversation for women, when there’s other women in the room,” Gersh said. “It makes it so much easier.” In addition to business advice, Gersh also discussed her background and journey to becoming a fashion and media specialist. She began as a lawyer, but soon managed to secure executive positions at PopSugar entertainment media company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and NBC Universal.
Major League Baseball and the MLB Players’ Association are currently negotiating the parameters of a potential 2020 season. It is expected that some players currently in teams’ minor league systems will be added to major league rosters if the season begins.Related Articles Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone The Angels will continue paying their minor league players $400 a week through the end of June, a source confirmed to the Southern California News Group on Friday.Minor league players on all 30 teams will now receive at least $400 a week through month’s end. The Oakland A’s were the only team to cease weekly payments while the minor league season paused for the Covid-19 outbreak.However, A’s owner John Fisher told the San Francisco Chronicle on Friday that he changed his mind after consulting with the team’s front office. He apologized, and committed to paying minor leaguers $400 per week through the end of their previously scheduled seasons.The A’s and Angels were two of the four teams that revealed their plans for minor league payouts this week. The Dodgers previously committed to paying minor leaguers $400 a week through the end of June. Additionally, pitcher David Price is personally sending a $1,000 check to each Dodger minor league player this month. Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield
Eric Weddle wasn’t a free agent for long.The former Ravens safety has already received 11 offers just a few days after his release from Baltimore earlier this week, according to NFL Network, which cited unidentified sources. But he has agreed to terms with the Rams on a 2-year deal reportedly worth up to $12.5 million and $5.25 million of that will be fully guaranteed. Fear the beard.— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) March 8, 2019He’s already sporting a new look in Los Angeles..@weddlesbeard’s ready to rock this thing! 🤘 pic.twitter.com/S0yKKajs9F— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) March 8, 2019The veteran would have received a $6.5 million base salary in 2019, which may have been too steep for the Ravens to justify keeping him on their roster. He had previously stated that he would consider retiring if Baltimore released him, but he has since backtracked his comments. A six-time Pro Bowl selection, Weddle is entering his 12th NFL season after spending three seasons with the Ravens and nine with the Chargers, who selected him in the second round of the 2007 draft. Weddle, 34, finished the 2018 season third on the Ravens’ roster in tackles with 68, though he failed to log an interception. He led the Chargers in tackles five of his nine seasons but left the team after falling out of favor with since-fired coach Mike McCoy. Ravens cut safety Eric Weddle Related News