Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Suffolk County police are asking for the public’s help in finding a driver who crashed his truck into Selden house and fled the scene last month.Police said the driver crashed through a side fence and into the backyard of a house at the corner of Tilden Avenue and Fairlane Drive, then backed into the side of the house before driving off shortly before 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5.The truck and the driver stayed in the backyard for several minutes before backing into the house, causing structural damage, police added.The driver fled northbound on Fairline Avenue in the truck before making a right turn and escaping eastbound on Catalina Lane.The truck was a black older-style, two-door Chevy S-10 Blazer or S-10 pickup truck with a cap. The driver was described as a white man, 20 to 25-years-old, with brown hair.Sixth Squad detectives ask anyone with information about this crime to call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential. Crime Stoppers offers a cash reward of up to $5,000.
BREEDING DOE SHOW RESULTS:GRAND CHAMPION BOER DOE: Luke RosemeyerRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION BOER DOE: Olivia RosemeyerChampion 3-6 Months Doe: Austin VolkReserve Champion 3-6 Months Doe: Wyatt RoudebushChampion 6-9 Months Doe: Bryce HodappReserve Champion 6-9 Months Doe: Kairee HodappChampion 9-12 Months Doe: Ross RosemeyerChampion 16-20 Months Doe: Luke RosemeyerReserve Champion 16-20 Months Doe: Olivia RosemeyerChampion 2 Years to Under 3 Years Doe: Sara WeaverReserve Champion 2 Years to Under 3 Years Doe: Gracie RippergerBreeding Doe Class Results:1st: Austin Volk, Bryce Hodapp, Ross Rosemeyer, Luke Rosemeyer, Sara Weaver2nd: Wyatt Roudebush, Kairee Hodapp, Olivia Rosemeyer, Gracie Ripperger3rd: Willa Bruns, Reagan Flaspohler, Izzy Robben4th: Jonathan Weaver, Justin Weaver5th: Jonathan Weaver, Justin WeaverMARKET GOAT SHOW RESULTS:GRAND CHAMPION MARKET GOAT: Kairee HodappRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION MARKET GOAT: Cecilia WolfeChampion Extra-Light Weight Market Goat: Laura SchwegmanReserve Champion Extra-Light Weight Market Goat: Lilly WolfeChampion Light Weight Market Goat: Mark WolfeReserve Champion Light Weight Market Goat: Elizabeth SchumanChampion Medium Weight Market Goat: Kairee HodappReserve Champion Medium Weight Market Goat: Cecilia WolfeChampion Heavy Weight Market Goat: Addison ParkerReserve Champion Heavy Weight Market Goat: Josie BurtonChampion Extra-Heavy Weight Market Goat: Andrew ParkerReserve Champion Extra-Heavy Weight Market Goat: Abbigail BaxterMarket Goat Class Results:1st: Laura Schwegman, Mark Wolfe, Kairee Hodapp, Addison Parker, Andrew Parker2nd: Lilly Wolfe, Elizabeth Schuman, Cecilia Wolfe, Josie Burton, Abbigail Baxter3rd: Maria Lanning, Willa Bruns, Olivia Rosemeyer, Ross Rosemeyer, Emiley Roudebush4th: Samantha Volk, Lawrence Schwegman, Parker Chesnut, Bryce Hodapp, Wyatt Roudebush5th: Benny Glasshagel, Laura Schwegman, Alexis Koch, Izzy Robben6th: Austin Volk, Josephine Wolfe, Gracie Ripperger, Reagan Flaspohler7th: Samantha Volk, David Lanning, Elizabeth Schuman, Aaron Parker8th: George Glasshagel, Parker Chesnut, Luke RosemeyerPYGMY GOAT SHOW RESULTS:GRAND CHAMPION PYGMY WETHER: Josh HonnertRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION PYGMY WETHER: Jason HonnertChampion Light Weight Pygmy Wether: Ruby SingerChampion Medium Weight Pygmy Wether: Josh HonnertReserve Champion Medium Weight Pygmy Wether: Jason HonnertChampion Heavy Weight Pygmy Wether: Jenna HonnertReserve Champion Heavy Weight Pygmy Wether: Jeremy Honnert
Sunderland head coach Gus Poyet will return to former club Tottenham expecting no favours from old friend Tim Sherwood. Poyet’s men have won none of their last six league games and went into the weekend four points adrift of safety, a situation which worsened on Saturday when Fulham, Crystal Palace and West Brom all won to leave them three points further behind and at the foot of the pile. Poyet will hope the experience of men such as skipper John O’Shea and central defensive partner Wes Brown will help to pull them through, although he is well aware they are more used to winning trophies from their time together at Manchester United rather than fighting for their lives. He said: “I’m sure they don’t like to be in this situation. The other one is easier. That pressure of being in there to win is beautiful. Poyet admits there is pressure on his players, but he insists there always is and that it should not make any difference. He said: “It’s a good excuse. When I went on to the pitch and went across the line and played 200 games, it didn’t matter where I was playing, the pressure was always the same. “Sometimes I ask myself if I am on another planet now and football has changed that much.” The 46-year-old Uruguayan spent three years at White Hart Lane as a player and had a spell there as a coach too before launching his managerial career. He played in the same Spurs side as current manager Tim Sherwood, a man he hopes is given the chance to make his mark on the team amid speculation that a replacement is already being lined up. However, he knows will receive no sympathy from his one-time team-mate as he looks for the victory he so desperately needs to give the Black Cats renewed hope that they can out of Barclays Premier League relegation trouble. Poyet said: “No chance. From Tim Sherwood? No, no, no, no favours.” Indeed, Poyet admitted he would much rather have Sherwood alongside him rather than in the opposite dug-out. Asked what kind of a character he is, the South American replied: “Top-class, I like him a lot. I like him with me, I don’t like him against. “He knows football, he cares about football. He knows the club well, he knows the players because he has been there for a while, he knows what the fans want. “He has got a strong character, a presence. I don’t know him as a manager day-to-day or tactically, but from outside he has all the attributes to be a very good manager.” Sunderland’s mission in North London, and indeed for the rest of the season, is clear. Only victories will get them out of trouble and that cannot happen quickly enough with just eight games remaining. Press Association
“Sellin’ the Sizzle” runs Wednesdays. To comment on this article, visit dailytrojan.com or email Jonathan at [email protected] On July 1, the day the Pac-10 officially became the Pac-12, the change seemed like a great idea.Commissioner Larry Scott welcomed new members Colorado and Utah, saying the two schools “instantly enhance the strength of our conference both academically and athletically.”The additions helped Scott secure a 12-year, $3-billion television deal with ESPN and Fox, creating a national Pac-12 network that would greatly increase exposure of member schools’ athletic programs.Four months later, the Buffs and Utes are a combined 1-9 in Pac-12 play, and with schools like Texas A&M, TCU and Boise State switching conferences, Scott’s expansion choices are looking more short-sighted by the day.To be fair, Utah couldn’t have been expected to struggle this mightily. The Utes had won at least 10 games in each of the last three seasons, including a 13-0 mark in 2008 capped off by a 31-17 Sugar Bowl win over Alabama.A season-ending injury to quarterback Jordan Wynn and a banged-up receiving corps have caused Utah’s passing game, ranked 100th in the nation, to suffer. Its next four opponents have a combined record of 10-23, which means the Utes could still qualify for a decent bowl game.Colorado’s results have been more in line with the program’s recent history. The Buffaloes haven’t won more than seven games in a season since 2005, finished the season ranked since 2002 or won a bowl game since 2004. Colorado went a combined 6-18 in its final three seasons in the Big 12.For many traveling USC fans, Friday night’s game against the 1-8 Buffaloes is not a must-see matchup, but rather a convenient excuse to take a weekend ski trip to the Rocky Mountains.Colorado has lost its last four games by 41, 28, 43 and 34 points. The Buffaloes only win came at home back in September against now 3-5 Colorado State.The Buffaloes rank last in the Pac-12 in scoring offense, rushing offense, red zone offense, scoring defense, rushing defense, passing defense efficiency, red zone defense, sacks against, opponents’ first downs, interceptions and kickoff returns.In short, this is one bad football team.The newcomers’ struggles haven’t been contained to the gridiron either.Colorado’s women’s volleyball team is 0-15 in Pac-12 play. The Buffaloes have won only three sets in conference play this season. Utah, meanwhile, has posted a 4-11 record, good for 10th place in the Pac-12.Utah sits in sixth place in the conference in women’s soccer, while 1-8-1 Colorado is in 11th.The Pac-12 preseason basketball polls predict Colorado to finish 10th on the men’s side and 11th on the women’s. The Utah women’s team is slated to finish a respectable sixth, but the men have been picked to finish dead last in the conference.The Buffaloes did just sweep the men’s and women’s cross country championships last week, but for the self-titled “Conference of Champions,” surely a school has to do more than dominate long-distance running to earn admission.Though the Pac-12 hasn’t dominated the modern football landscape like the SEC or stacked up to the ACC and Big East on the basketball court recently, the conference stands out nationally for the all-around strength of its athletic programs.The Pac-12 has led all conferences in national titles in 45 of the past 51 years and its 442 all-time national championships are nearly 200 more than its closest competitor.Just last season alone, the conference won national titles in men’s tennis and men’s water polo (USC), men’s and women’s swimming (California), women’s water polo and men’s gymnastics (Stanford), women’s indoor track and field (Oregon), softball (Arizona State), and women’s golf (UCLA).Things could still turn around for Colorado and Utah. The schools have combined for 42 NCAA national titles in their history.From 2001 to 2005, Colorado’s football team played in four Big 12 championship games. They finished their season ranked in the top five nationally four times between 1989 and 1994, including when they split the national title with Georgia Tech in 1990.Utah’s men’s basketball team won the Mountain West title in 2009 and has a history of success. They finished in the top 10 nationally from 1997 to 1999, including a trip to the national title game in 1998.Their membership in the Pac-12 alone, along with the increase in television revenue and prestige that go along with it, will help both schools in recruiting top athletes.First impressions are powerful and the Utes and Buffaloes have done little so far to win over critics.The “we need time to adjust to a higher level of competition” excuses won’t fly for long.If Colorado and Utah don’t get it together soon, Scott will have some serious explaining to do. A combined record of 1-9 is not going to cut it in the Conference of Champions.
An interesting photo appeared on social networks and it was taken in one of the Mostar’s gardens, and the four biggest living football legends of Mostar are on it.They are the three stars of Velez from the 1970’s: Dusko Bajevic, Enver Maric and Franjo Vladic as well as their successor in the red jersey, Blaz Sliskovic.History remembers football matches in which all four of them played at the same time. It was another time, a large club and a tradition that is remembered by thousands of residents of Mostar who now live all around the world.Difficult time came later, and Mostar and its football were not what they used to be once, but the connections between people stay.(Source: R. D./Klix.ba)
Officials in Daytona Beach, Florida are reporting that a 10-year-old has died after his friend accidentally shot him in the head while the two played with a gun.The incident was reported Saturday around 8:25 pm at a home on South Keech Street.Authorities say the two were visiting the home of the teen’s relative when the boys somehow broke into a locked bedroom and located a semi-automatic pistol that was in a locked drawer. The child and the teen then began playing with the weapon when it went off and a bullet struck the child in the head.When authorities arrived, they found the child laying face down on the floor and bleeding from his mouth.He was then rushed to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead Tuesday.Authorities say they are still investigating the incident, however, Daytona Beach Police Chief Craig Capri did report that they do not believe the cause of the incident was due to the owner’s negligence and that the owner “did what they felt necessary to secure the firearm.”
Under current Florida law, a deranged person can tell people about a plan to commit a mass shooting and not be arrested, as long as the threat is not written down. One existing law makes it a crime in Florida to write or compose “a threat to kill or to do bodily injury to the person to whom the communication is sent.” Massullo adds that several senators have also expressed interest in filing a companion bill, and the Florida Sheriffs Association is supporting the bill. They want a mass shooting threat, whether it is written or spoken, to be a second-degree felony. However, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Public Safety Commission, which is reviewing ways to improve school safety after last year’s Parkland shooting, has joined with Republican State Representative Ralph Massullo in an effort to change that policy. Verbal threats to kill people with firearms are not addressed in Florida law at this time. A draft report from the Commission states, “If someone calls a bank today and tells the bank employee that he is going to ‘blow up the bank,’ that is a crime. If someone calls the same bank and says he is going ‘shoot up’ the bank, that is not a crime.” State Representative Massullo, from Lecanto, filed a bill last week that would modify the bomb threat law to address firearms as well. He says,“We don’t want to infringe on people’s First Amendment rights and that can be tricky, so we’re crafting the legislation around a statute we already have in place.” The recommendation will be submitted to Governor Ron DeSantis and the Legislature in early November. Another law, which is designed to outlaw bomb threats, makes it a crime to threaten in writing or verbally, to”throw, project, place, or discharge any destructive device.”
St. Andrews Green Valley Panthers made the trip to Malaysia on May 26 for this year’s Primary FOBISIA Games at the British International School Kuala Lumpur (BISKL). Having arrived tired but excited, the Panthers enjoyed an excellent welcome dinner before an early start the next day.On Friday morning the team arrived at the Shah Alam Aquatics centre, hoping that their previous hard training work in the pool would pay off. They did not have long to wait before the medals started coming and it was fantastic to see the improvement from the previous year.The St. Andrews Green Valley Primary team showed what exciting sporting prospects they are for the future.With spirits high the squad headed to the Panasonic Stadium where they showed amazing commitment and excellent consistency across track and field events. The St. Andrews team achieved third place overall in the athletics – a brilliant achievement and so well deserved.That winning feeling followed through into the following day at the BISKL sports field where T-Ball was the day’s event. The Under 9s showed great enthusiasm and confidence and after overcoming some tough opposition they achieved a fantastic third place finish. The Under 11s, brimming with confidence, batted and fielded superbly and in the final game held their nerve to secure the runs needed to deservedly take second place. Once again, the students fought hard and showed terrific sportsmanship and made St. Andrews proud.Day 3 was the football competition and every game played displayed St. Andrews Green Valley’s brand of movement and flair and soon the results started stacking up. The under 9 girls showed just what exciting prospects they are for the future, narrowly missing out on medals but playing with big smiles on their faces and producing some lovely football.Keng Dabing & Lily Suksawad were named Green Valley’s MVPs of the event.The under 9 boys were absolutely dominant with solid defending turning into beautiful attacking football. Some huge scorelines later they had won all of their matches and brought home the champions’ trophy.The Under 10 girls also showed what quality there is at St. Andrews, going unbeaten to the end and they were thrilled to win their gold medals.The Under 10 boys were in a tough, physical group, but showing defensive grit and moments of attacking magic they managed to finish the group unbeaten, only losing out on the medals on goal difference.The Under 11 girls fought bravely in the KL heat, winning some tough matches but narrowly missed out on the top 3. The boys however played some fantastic football bringing home the silver.The weekend was capped off with a gala dinner where Lily and Keng were presented with St. Andrews Green Valley Most Valuable Athletes awards.