Browns Inactives Against Cowboys

first_imgHere is a list of the inactive players for the Cleveland Browns as they take on the Dallas Cowboys.  Tom Farmer Born and raised in northeast Ohio, Tom Farmer started loving sports at a very young age. Some of his first memories were playing baseball and basketball for his local recreation center. Tom’s passion for football came in his early teenage years when the Browns came back in ’99. Tom is a season ticket holder for the Cleveland Gladiators that play in the Arena Football League. He will forever represent his Cleveland teams from the womb to the tomb. Cleveland rocks!center_img Related TopicsCleveland BrownsDallas CowboysNFLlast_img read more

UWF In Fourth Place After Opening Round of Full Moon Invitational

first_imgRESULTS & LIVE SCORINGCALERA, Ala. – The UWF women’s golf team opened play at the Full Moon Invitational Monday with a 316 score to sit in fourth place.The Argonauts were led by senior Kayla Smith, who shot a 6-over-par 77. She is tied for ninth after scoring a birdie, five bogeys and a double bogey on the par 71 layout at Timberline Golf Club.Junior Kelie Kan and freshman Ranje Taipale are both tied for 15th following their 8-over-par 78 rounds. Redshirt sophomore Alex Ozuna shot an 81 while graduate Paige Cavalier had an 88.North Georgia shot a 302 to grab the lead by a stroke over West Georgia at 303. Tournament-host Montevallo was third at 312 and the Argos were tied with Christian Brothers at 316.The final round gets underway on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Boldon hails Thompson, Fraser-Pryce

first_imgElaine Thompson and Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce are so evenly matched no one is sure who will win when next they race.That includes 1997 World 200 metres champion Ato Boldon, who has seen a lifetime of big sprint races.Speaking at the National Stadium just after the women’s 100 metres final won by Thompson over Fraser-Pryce, he gave the slightest of edges to the winner over the woman he describes as the best 100 metre sprinter ever. “If they race 10 times, I think it would be 5-5 or 6-4, they’re that evenly matched,” Boldon said not long after 2016 Olympic 100m and 200m champion Thompson edged Fraser-Pryce, with both sharing the season-leading time of 10.73 seconds. “I give a little bit more credit, I think, to Elaine because I can look at Elaine, know that that Achilles is still bothering her.“She can’t push out of the blocks like she used to, so her forces are a little bit more vertical than horizontal, and she’s still running, I mean, they’re right at their personal bests,” he added. Personal bests Both ladies share the national record of 10.70 seconds. They are the only athletes ever to run faster in Kingston. Their personal bests were set inside the National Stadium at the Olympic Trials of 2012 and 2016, respectively, and Thompson did 10.71 seconds on June 23, 2017, as the big performance at the National Championships.On Friday, the difference between them was merely 0.003 seconds.Regarding the 2008 and 2012 Olympic champion, Boldon complimented, “Shelly-Ann is coming back from maternity and she’s 34 years old next year, so what can you say?”The Trinidad and Tobago sprint expert praised the 2009, 2013, and 2015 World 100 metres gold medal winner, saying, “I think Shelly-Ann might be the best ever. I’m pretty sure she is.”Boldon coaches World Under-20 100m and 200m champion Briana Williams, who raced third-place in that final with a world under 18 record of 10.94 seconds. In his pre-race advice to the 17-year-old he said, “You’re running against two of the best ever, so you’re running against two Olympic champions.”Given those circumstances, he told his young charge, “You have nothing to lose, nothing to fear.”Boldon, whose mother is a Jamaican, has such high regard for Fraser-Pryce and Thompson that he sees them as role models for Briana. “I can only hope that one day, Briana has done half of what those two have done,” he said.last_img read more

FDA warns the public on unregistered food products

first_imgThe Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned the public against the consumption and purchase of five unregistered food products, including a popular liver spread brand in the country.In its advisory no. 2020-1618, the following products are not registered and “no corresponding Certificates of Product Registration have been issued” by the FDA: -RENO BRAND Liver Spread-MIRACLE WHITE Advance Whitening Capsules Food Supplement-TURCUMIN 100% Natural & Standardized Turmeric Curcumin-DESA Spanish Style Bangus in Corn Oil-SAMANTHA’S DIPS AND SAUCE Spanish Sardines Paste Sauce“Since these unregistered food products and food supplements have not gone through evaluation process of the FDA, the agency cannot assure its (sic) quality and safety,” the FDA noted in its advisory dated August 26 but was released on its website on Wednesday, September 16. The agency warned establishments not to distribute, advertise or sell the said “violative” food products until proper certificates are issued. “Otherwise, regulatory actions and sanctions shall be strictly pursued,” it noted.“All law enforcement agencies and local government units are requested to ensure that these products are not sold or made available in the market or areas of jurisdiction,” it added. SIGN UP TO DAILY NEWSLETTERCLICK HERE TO SIGN-UPlast_img read more

Second WI ODI could be moved from Indore

first_img(ESPNCRIFINFO) – THE second ODI between India and West Indies, scheduled for October 24, could be shifted away from Indore. This is the potential outcome of a tussle over complimentary ticket allocation between the BCCI and the Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA).The disagreement concerns the Holkar Stadium’s pavilion block, which according to the MPCA, has a capacity of “close to 7200 seats”. By the state association’s reading of the BCCI’s new constitution, the provision of complimentary tickets cannot exceed 10% “of each category” – which in the pavilion block’s case would be 720.The MPCA, however, has alleged that the BCCI asked for “about 1300” complimentary tickets in the pavilion block, “for various sections of BCCI stakeholders like sponsors, teams, BCCI members, BCCI sub-committee etc.”“The managing committee of MPCA has decided that it is not possible to organise the second ODI between India and West Indies in Indore if BCCI doesn’t back down from its demand of complimentary tickets. We have intimated BCCI,” MCA joint-secretary Milind Kanmadikar told PTI on Sunday.According to the MPCA, the BCCI has repeatedly delayed responding to its requests for clarification of the issue, and has therefore left it with too little time to organise the match, and with no option but to step away from hosting it.“In the end, we clarify once again that our intent was always to organise the match and we were forced to land in a situation where the time left henceforth for the match would have resulted in several circumstantial difficulties for which the host Association would have been unfairly held responsible,” the MPCA’s statement said. “Such big risk is not worth in view of the inordinate delay on [the] part of BCCI on extending clarification and fair decision making.“The unilateral, arbitrary, mysterious and leisurely decision making and working of BCCI has caused such huge loss to Association and the local cricket fans of our State.”The BCCI is yet to respond to ESPNcricinfo’s request for a statement on the issue.last_img read more

Jayhawk men have win streak snapped on Saturday by visiting Lake Michigan College

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‘There’s no blueprint’ – Virus upends college recruiting

first_imgLast Updated: 30th March, 2020 22:45 IST ‘There’s No Blueprint’ – Virus Upends College Recruiting After Michigan lost to Ohio State in the semifinals of the women’s Big Ten Tournament, coach Kim Barnes Arico and her staff immediately hit the road. They intended to take advantage of a full week off before the NCAA Tournament by making visiting as many potential recruits as possible. Written By COMMENT LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE After Michigan lost to Ohio State in the semifinals of the women’s Big Ten Tournament, coach Kim Barnes Arico and her staff immediately hit the road. They intended to take advantage of a full week off before the NCAA Tournament by making visiting as many potential recruits as possible.“That was our window. You get to go to someone’s home, that helps you build relationships. Helps build so many things,” Barnes Arico said. “We had all these things scheduled until we went to see high school championships.”Those championships were canceled, of course. So was the NCAA Tournament, and just about everything else across sports because of the coronavirus. That includes the crucial recruiting period for college coaches who were putting the finishing touches on the 2020 class and laying the all-important groundwork for next year.The NCAA has barred in-person recruiting until at least April 15. The Collegiate Commissioner’s Association, which administers the letters of intent used by Division I and II athletes, followed with a suspension on all letters through the same date.The result? No college coaches packed into suffocating high school gyms. No coaches milling around airport terminals, waiting for the next flight to some out-of-the-way place. No chance to shake hands with mom and dad and make a pitch that ultimately hold the fate of your career in their hands.“March was watching high school games and going into homes. April and May had recruiting weekends. Home visits are all gone,” Barnes Arico said. “When the calendar comes back, June isn’t a home-visit month. What will happen?”It’s a similar story for college football, baseball and a myriad other sports. There is a pervasive sense of uncertainty that has coaches on edge as they try to navigate recruiting amid a pandemic.“I think recruiting is more of an inexact science right now than it ever has been,” Kansas coach Bill Self said. “Just knowing your own numbers and how to attack that — how can you commit to something now that you don’t know what will exist, and the rules behind that existence? I think there’s a lot of programs up in the air.”The Jayhawks are one of them. Like most programs, they are largely done with their 2020 recruiting class. But they’re also awaiting the decision of leading scorer Devon Dotson, who is expected to skip his final two seasons for the NBA, and that could potentially open up a late scholarship for Self and his staff to fill.“What you do,” Self said, “is you recruit like you’re going to have more scholarships when you don’t end in the end.”What does that recruiting look like, though? How do coaches that so value in-person visits, whether they happen on their own campus or in the homes of a prospect, build the same kind of relationships when face-to-face contact is impossible?After all, there is only so much video that a coach can watch. So many text messages they can send.Just like many businesses these days, technology is helping to fill the void. FaceTime and Zoom video conferences allow coaches to see athletes as they talk, and kids areThrow in the rapidly expanding transfer portal, where dozens of experienced college players are searching for new homes, and the recruiting landscape is more challenging and confusing than ever.“It puts a premium on being really organized,” Connecticut coach Danny Hurley said. “We’re just going to have to be a little creative in the way that we’re able to present information to potential recruits, without the ability to get them on campus and without the ability to meet them for the foreseeable future. There’s no blueprint for this one.”For coaches who prefer a decidedly old-school approach to recruiting, such as Miami’s Jim Larranaga, the loss of face-to-face opportunities is a difficult hurdle to overcome.“I think social media has too much misinformation,” Larranaga explained, “and I feel like one-on-one is better. I want to talk to a young man. I want to have a conversation. I don’t want to be posting, tweeting, Instagramming.”Eventually, the coronavirus lock-downs will be lifted, travel will resume and life will return to some semblance of normal. High school athletes and college transfers will be allowed to visit campuses, coaches will be back to having dinner in their homes and the seemingly year-round recruiting grind will begin anew.Or will it? Kentucky coach John Calipari isn’t so sure. In fact, he hopes the disruption caused by the pandemic will help to reshape the recruiting calendar, leaving a lasting change that could benefit coaches and athletes alike.“I’ve been saying since I was at UMass, ‘Eliminate summer recruiting,’ and everyone thought I was crazy,” Calipari said. “How about we spend time on our campus with our players? How about this thought? The coaches right now, like, have a normal life. We’re like, bored — cleaning garages. We’re reading books. We’re in the backyard breathing for the first time. We’re sleeping good at night. Why don’t we do this in the summer so we can have normal lives in what we do?“We’re not taking three months off,” he continued, “it’s just you’re on campus, you’ll have your own team, you’ll be with your own family. How about this? This is a crazy thought: Let’s take a two-week vacation where we can just go with your family, leave your phone at home. There’s things that I’m hoping come out of this.” center_img Associated Press Television News First Published: 30th March, 2020 22:45 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US FOLLOW USlast_img read more

Audit Service wallops Accountant General’s Department

first_imgThe Audit Service of Ghana on Wednesday routed their counterparts from the Accountant General’s Department 9-0 in a special friendly match at the Ohene Djan Stadium, Accra, as part of activities making their centenary celebrations.The Audit team started the rout early in the game and completed the first half with five goals, sealing the demolition exercise with four more goals in the second half.Seth Tawiah was hand to score five goals with Kwame Sintim going on the scoring sheet twice, whilst Francis Lartey and Charles Annan scored one each to complete the day and to go home with the first trophy.The match, which forms part of activities for the celebration, saw two newly promoted sides to the premiership side, Tudu Mighty Jets and Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs also playing in another friendly match.Dwarfs proved their mettle with a 2-1 victory over Mighty Jets to lift the second trophy of the day.Prior to the start of the match, the acting Head of Audit Service, Raphael Quartey conducted the opening ceremony with a kick off. The match was sponsored by Ghana Ports and Harbour Authority (GPHA), Ghana Shippers Authority (GPA), UT Bank and Cowbell Ghana Limited.Source: GNAlast_img read more

$275,000-plus purse plus wealth of contingencies given at Super Nationals

first_imgBOONE, Iowa – The richest dirt track event in the nation paid off big time for IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s competitors.In addition to purse money of more than $275,000, contingency and cash awards in excess of $60,000 went to drivers at the 33rd annual version of America’s Racin’ Vacation.Approximately $25,000 in contingencies went to qualifiers for the Modified main event, with repeat champion Kyle Strickler getting the lion’s share for a second consecutive season.Awards and/or product certificates not given to drivers at Boone Speedway will arrive by mail. Listed by division, cash and contingency award recipients included:Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified champion Kyle Strickler – Allstar Performance ($200); Axle Exchange (chrome moly driveshaft); Bell (K-1 helmet); Brinn ($50); BSB Manufacturing ($325); Casey’s General Store ($20); CPD Racing Tools ($100); Day Motor Sports ($50); Diversified Machine (5 gal. pail of Bulldog Blood); Dynatech (set of headers); Edelbrock (water pump); Eibach (set of four springs); Hoosier (four G-60 tires); Integra (one shock); Intercomp (digital angle gauges); Jaz Products ($500); Justice Brothers/Gillund Enterprises (package of JB products); Karl Chevrolet (604 crate engine and $250 cash); KRC (coil over kit); KSE (tandem pump); MD3 (nosepiece); MSD Ignition (ignition box, coil, distributor, spark plug wires); Outerwears (radiator screen): QA1 (buy three shocks get three free); QuickCar (tachometer); R2C Performance (air filter); RH2 (Nitro helmet speakers); Richochet (3 shock guards); Schoenfeld Headers ($200); Speedway Motors (track mat/helmet bag); Stephenville Starter (starter); Summit ($50); Sweet Manufacturing (steering box); The Joie of Seating ($350 cash); TiLube (16 quarts of oil); Wahl Traction (4 shock rebuilds); Wehrs Machine (package of products); Winters Performance (set of gears); Xfactor (pull bar bushing); Xtreme Motor Sports ($50); Z4 Products (bottles of leak sealer/cooling conditioner).ModifiedsHard Charger – Hunter Marriott (+23), Jerovetz Shock Service (2 shock rebuilds); JRi (2 shocks); Smiley’s Racing Products ($100).Hard Luck – Kody Scholpp (-24), Kirkey ($150); Smiley’s Racing Products ($25).Mystery Position – Jason Beaulieu (19), Moser Engineering (pair of axles); Smiley’s Racing Products ($25).Highest Claim Engine finisher – Jason Cummins (11), Edelbrock (2975 intake); JE Pistons (set of pistons); Scorpion Race Products (set of rocker arms); WWMT bonus ($500).Highest Crate Engine finishers – Dylan Smith (2), Karl Chevrolet ($150 cash); Ricky Thornton Jr. (3), Karl Chevrolet ($100 cash).Highest Afco customer – Adam Larson (5), Afco (set of 4 shocks).Highest Bilstein customer – Dylan Smith (2), Bilstein (set of 4 shocks).Highest Bushore customer – Adam Larson (5), Bushore Racing Ent. ($100 cash).Highest Penske customer – David Brown (15), Penske (set of 4 shocks).Fastest Lap Time – Kody Scholpp, Bob Harris Ent. (2 free shock rebuilds).Most Laps Led – Kyle Strickler, CPD Racing Tools ($100).First-time qualifiers – Ryan McDaniel, Speedway Motors ($100); Brian Irvine, Mike Hagen, Cayden Carter, Jason Murray, Jason Beaulieu, Johnny Scott, Lucas Schott, David Brown, Coleman Racing Products ($50).Larry Shaw Western Region qualifiers – Ryan McDaniel, Jason Beaulieu, Johnny Scott, Paul Stone, Ricky Thornton Jr., Larry Shaw Racing ($100).Longest tow qualifier – Jason Beaulieu, Axle Exchange (steel driveshaft); Sweet Manufacturing (steering box).Fastest Lap Time Qualifiers – Kody Scholpp, Josh Most, Wade Cross, Jordan Grabouski, Ryan McDaniel, Steven Bowers, Jr., Bob Harris Ent. (2 shock rebuilds).Hard Charger Qualifiers – Randy Havlik (+17), Hunter Marriott (+14), Tyler Droste (+19), Nick Deal (+10), Mark Elliott (+7), Jesse Sobbing (+19), Jerovetz Shock Service (2 shock rebuilds).First non-qualifier – Stormy Scott, Axle Exchange ($50); Circle Wheels (2 free wheels); Dominator Race Products (nosepiece); Eibach (set of springs); Holley (750 carburetor); Magnus Racing Products (case of gear lube); Moroso (set of plug wires); Nitro Bee (unit); Out-Pace (pair of tie rod tubes); Sweet Manufacturing (steering box); Velocita (firesuit), Wehrs Machine (package of products).Female participant – Ashley Schaaf, Design 500 ($300).IMCA Sunoco Stock Car champion Dustin Larson – Aero Race Wheels (set of 4 wheels); Allstar Performance (set of toe plates and $250); Bell (K-1 helmet); BSB Manufacturing (set of 4 shocks and $200); Bushore Racing Ent. ($100 cash); Champ Pans (oil pan); CPD Racing Tools ($100); Day Motor Sports ($50); Dominator Race Products (nosepiece); Edelbrock (2701 intake); Flow Design (spacer); Hoosier (four G-60 tires); Intercomp (2 digital angle gauges); Jaz Products ($100); Justice Brothers/Gillund Enterprises (package of JB products); Karl Performance (complete built engine); KRC (package of products); Mitchell Machine ($50); MSD Ignition (distributor and spark plug wires); Nitro Bee (unit); Outerwears (pre-filter); Performance Distributors (alternator and DUI coil kit); QA1 (buy 3 get 3 free); R2C Performance (air filter base); QuickCar (tachometer); RH2 (Nitro helmet speakers); Schoenfeld Headers ($150); Scorpion (set of rocker arms); Speedway Motors (track mat/helmet bag); Stephenville Starter (starter); Summit ($50); TiLube (16 quarts of oil); Wehrs Machine (package of products); Xfactor (set of control arm bushings); Xtreme Motor Sports ($50); Z4 Products (bottles of leak sealer/cooling conditioner.Stock CarsHard Charger – Shaun Bruns (+15), JRi (two shocks); Smiley’s Racing Products ($100).Hard Luck – Damon Murty (-21), Kirkey ($150); Smiley’s Racing Products ($25).Mystery Position – Joe Flory (16), Moser Engineering (pair of axles); Smiley’s Racing Products ($25).Highest finishing 350 cfm engine – Wayne Gifford, Flow Design (spacer); Holley (350 cfm carburetor).Highest Afco customer – Heath Tulp (6), Afco (set of 4 shocks).Highest Bilstein customer – Mike Nichols (2), Bilstein (set of 4 shocks).Highest Fox customer – John Heinz (9), Fox (set of 4 shocks).Highest Penske customer – Gary Bass (10), Penske (set of 4 shocks).Highest first-time qualifier – Chris Mills (3), Speedway Motors ($100).Longest tow qualifier– Matt Guillaume, Axle Exchange (steel driveshaft).First non-qualifier – Todd Inman, Axle Exchange ($50); Circle Wheels (pair of 2 wheels); Dominator Race Products (nosepiece); Eibach (set of springs); EQ (set of cylinder heads); Holley (500 cfm carburetor); Magnus Racing Products (case of gear lube); Mitchell Machine ($50); Moroso (set of plug wires); Nitro Bee (unit); Velocita (firesuit); Wehrs Machine (package of products).Female participant – Kellie Schmit, Design 500 ($300).IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock champion Jason Wilkinson – Allstar Performance ($200); Bell (K-1 helmet); Bilstein (set of 4 shocks); CPD Racing Tools ($50); Intercomp (digital angle gauge); Jaz Products ($100); Justice Brothers/Gillund Enterprises (package of JB products); Karl Chevrolet (602 crate engine and $250 cash); KRC (package of products); Performance Distributors (DUI coil kit); QuickCar (tachometer); RH2 (Nitro helmet speakers); Speedway Motors (track mat/helmet bag); Stephenville Starter (starter); Summit ($50); TiLube (8 qt. of oil); Wehrs Machine (package of products); Xtreme Motor Sports ($50); Z4 Products (bottles of leak sealer/cooling conditioner.Hobby StocksHard Charger – Sal Hernandez (+20), Smiley’s Racing Products ($100).Hard Luck – Eric Stanton (-18), Kirkey ($150); Smiley’s Racing Products ($25).Mystery Position – Dana Brandt (18), Moser Engineering (pair of axles); Smiley’s Racing Products ($25).Highest Claim engine finisher – Steve Larson (16), Champ Pans (oil pan); CP-Carrillo (set of pistons and rods); Edelbrock (intake); EQ (set of cylinder heads).Highest Crate engine finishers – Andrew Burg (2), Karl Chevrolet ($150 cash), Brandon Nielsen (3), Karl Chevrolet ($100 cash).Highest Afco customer –  Craig Graham (25), Afco (set of 4 shocks).Highest Bushore customer – Andrew Burg (2), Bushore Racing Ent. ($100 cash).Highest 1st time qualifier – Jeremy Purdy (6), Speedway Motors ($100).Longest tow qualifier – Andy Roller, Axle Exchange (steel driveshaft).First non-qualifier – Dustin Lynch, Axle Exchange ($50); Eibach (set of springs); Magnus Racing Products (case of transmission oil); Moroso (set of plug wires); Nitro Bee (unit); Velocita (firesuit); Wehrs Machine (package of products).Female participant – Leah Wroten, Design 500 ($300).Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod champion Clint Luellen – Aero Race Wheels (set of 4 wheels); Afco (set of 4 shocks); Allstar Performance (set of toe plates and $250); Bell (K-1 helmet); BSB Manufacturing ($300); Day Motor Sports ($50); Hoosier (four G-60 tires); Integra (one shock); Intercomp (digital angle gauge); Jaz Products ($100); Justice Brothers/Gillund Enterprises (package of JB products); Karl Chevrolet (602 crate engine and $250 cash); KRC (package of products); MD3 (2 nosepieces); Mitchell Machine ($50); MSD (rev control, plug wires); Outerwears (radiator screen); Performance Distributors (DUI coil kit); QA1 (buy three shocks get three free); QuickCar (tachometer); RH2 (Nitro helmet speakers); Ricochet (3 shock guards); Schoenfeld Headers ($150); Speedway Motors (track mat/helmet bag); Stephenville Starter (starter); Summit ($50); TiLube (16 quarts of oil); Wehrs Machine (package of products); Xtreme Motor Sports ($50); Z4 Products (bottles of leak sealer/cooling conditioner).Karl Chevrolet Northern SportModsHard Charger – Benji Legg (+20), Jerovetz Shock Service (2 shock rebuilds); JRi (2 free shocks); Smiley’s Racing Products ($100).Hard Luck – Tony Olson (-23), Kirkey ($150); Smiley’s Racing Products ($25).Mystery Position – Arie Schouten (14), Moser Engineering (pair of axles); Smiley’s Racing Products ($25).Fastest Lap – Kyle Prauner, Bob Harris Ent. (2 shock rebuilds).Highest claim engine finisher – Daniel Gottschalk (5), Champ Pans (oil pan); CP-Carrillo (set of pistons and rods); Edelbrock (intake), EQ (set of cylinder heads); Flow Design (carb spacer), R2C Performance (air filter base).Highest crate engine finishers – Johnathon Logue (2), Karl Chevrolet ($150 cash); Nick Meyer (3), Karl Chevrolet ($100 cash).Highest Mopar customer – Jared Van Deest (6), EQ (set of Chrysler cylinder heads).Highest Bilstein customer – Daniel Gottschalk (5), Bilstein (set of 4 shocks).Highest Bushore customer – Daniel Gottschalk (5), Bushore Racing Ent. ($100 cash).Longest tow qualifier – Gary Dutton, Axle Exchange (steel driveshaft).Highest 1st time qualifier – Nick Meyer (3), Speedway Motors ($100).Random Hard Luck – Bryan Rigsby, Friesen Chevrolet (602 crate engine).Fastest Lap Qualifiers – Tim Love, Arie Schouten, Austin Luellen, Bob Harris Ent. (2 shock rebuilds).Hard Charger Qualifiers – Sam Wieben (+20), James Kleinheksel (+20), Brayton Carter (+20), Ron Tex Jr. (+20), Jerovetz Shock Service (2 shock rebuilds).First non-qualifier – Austin Schrage, Axle Exchange ($50); Circle Wheels (pair of 2 wheels); Dominator Race Products (nosepiece); Eibach (set of springs); Holley (500 cfm carburetor); Magnus Racing Products (case of transmission oil); Mitchell Machine ($50); Moroso (set of plug wires); Nitro Bee (unit); Out-Pace (pair of tie rod tubes); Velocita (firesuit); Wehrs Machine (package of products); Jake Sachau, Holley (650 cfm carburetor).Female participant – Kelsy Hayes, Design 500 ($300).IMCA Late Model champion Jeff Aikey – Afco (set of calipers); Allstar Performance ($250 and set of toe plates); Bell (K-1 helmet); BSB Manufacturing ($50); Diversified Machine (5 gal. pail of Bulldog Blood); Dominator Race Products (nosepiece); Hoosier (set of 4 tires); Intercomp (digital angle gauge); Jaz Products ($100); JE Pistons (set of pistons); Justice Brothers/Gillund Enterprises (package of JB products); KRC (package of products); KSE ($100); MSD Ignition (ignition box, plug wires); Outerwears (radiator screen); QuickCar (tachometer); R2C Performance (air filter); RH2 (Nitro helmet speakers); Robert & Sons Aluminum (10 sheets of aluminum); Schoenfeld Headers ($220); Speedway Motors (track mat/helmet bag); Summit ($50); Sweet Manufacturing (steering rack); Tiger Rear Ends (pair of axle tubes); TiLube (8 quarts of oil); Wehrs Machine (package of products); Z4 Products (bottles of leak sealer/cooling conditioner).IMCA Late ModelsHard Charger – Jeff Aikey (+14), JRi (two shocks); Smiley’s Racing Products ($100).Hard Luck – LeRoy Brenner (-19), Kirkey ($150); Smiley’s Racing Products ($25).Mystery position – Greg Kastli (22), Smiley’s Racing Products ($25).Longest tow qualifier– LeRoy Brenner, Axle Exchange (aluminum driveshaft).Highest 1st time qualifier – Robert See, Speedway Motors ($100).1st Non-Qualifier – Tyler Bruening, Axle Exchange ($50); Eibach (set of springs); Flow Design (carb spacer); Holley (750 cfm carburetor); Magnus Racing Prouducts (case of gear lube); Moroso (set of plug wires); Nitro Bee (unit); Out-Pace (pinion plate); Velocita (firesuit).Ironman finisher – Todd Malmstrom, BSB Manufacturing (set of 4 shocks); Robert & Sons Aluminum (10 sheets of aluminum); Sunoco Race Fuels ($250 cash); Z4 (bottles of leak sealer/cooling conditioner).Mach-1 Sport Compact champion Nate Coopman – Allstar Performance ($200); Bell (K-1 helmet); Intercomp (digital angle gauge); Jaz Products ($100); Justice Brothers/Gillund Enterprises (package of JB products); KRC (package of products); Outerwears (pre-filter); Performance Distributors (Dyna-Batt battery); QuickCar (tachometer); RH2 (Nitro helmet speakers); Speedway Motors (track mat/helmet bag); Summit ($50); TiLube (8 quarts of oil); Wehrs Machine (package of products); Z4 Products (bottles of leak sealer/cooling conditioner).Mach-1 Sport CompactsHard Charger – Ramsey Meyer (+21), Smiley’s Racing Products ($100).Hard Luck – Stephanie Forsberg (-21), Kirkey ($150); Smiley’s Racing Products ($25).Mystery Position – David Dembowski (16), Smiley’s Racing Products ($25).Highest 1st time qualifier – Matt Brehmer, Speedway Motors ($100).Longest Tow qualifier – Danny Sims, Mach-1 ($100 cash).Highest finisher from each state – Nate Coopman (Minn.), Josh Barnes (Iowa), Matt Brehmer (Wis.), Ramsey Meyer (Neb.), Brandon Lambert (Ill.), Danny Sims (Texas), Mach-1 ($50 cash).Female participant – Stephanie Forsberg, Design 500 ($300).last_img read more

Israeli Prime Minister Questioned in Corruption Investigation

first_img Related ABIR SULTAN/AFP/Getty Images(JERUSALEM) — After months of an initial probe, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is now officially the subject of a criminal investigation for alleged corruption. Police questioned Netanyahu for more than three hours at his residence in Jerusalem. Authorities allege that the prime minister received illicit gifts from businessmen. Though Netanyahu denies all wrongdoing, the Attorney General said evidence has mounted over the last month to turn an initial probe into a full-blown investigation. Most legal experts in Israel do believe an indictment is coming, but it’s unclear when. If charged, Netanyahu would not legally be forced to resign. Only a conviction would do that. Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more