AHWHOFAH SPRINTRace 10 1200 M (Purse $1,000,000) 3-Y-O & UP NON REST. OVERNIGHT ALLOWANCE1. #16 ZEPHYR TFoster2 50.0 $1107.00 $222.002. #10 LOTTERY TICKET AntThomas 50.5 1/2L $100.003. #6 CAPTUREMYSHIP JJackson 50.0 1-1/4L $869.00*4. #15 LEGALITY CMamdeen2 50.0 3/4L 5. #4 DYSFUNCTIONAL PParchment 53.5 1-1/2L Final Time : 1:12.3 Splits : 22.3, 45.0Winner : 6yo ch mare – NASHEET out of RUSHING FORCE by REGAL CLASSICTrainer : WAYNE D PARCHMENT Owner : PAUL E LUMSDENBred by DACOSTA FARMS LIMITEDQuin : (10,16) $1,772.00 Ex : (16-10) $5,691.00 D/E : (10-16) $11,767.00 Tri : (16-10-6) $65,022.00 Superfecta carry-over : $158,668.25 Hi-5 carry-over : $190,105.50Rolling Triple : Carry-over : $629,974.80Pick-4 : (3-4-10-16) $1,682,620.00 (4/4) Pick-5 : (9-3-4-10-16) $199,844.50 (5/5) (SWB) $1,381,227.90Super-6 : (1-9-3-4-10-16) $19,987.00 (5/6) Carry-over : $1,618,994.82PlacePot-8 : (3,6-6,13-1,7-9,10-3,6-4,8-1,10-10,16) $19,411.00 (8/8) (SWB) $467,467.35 Pick-9 : Carry-over : $2,205,334.30 (SWB) $1,623,140.23 Race 3 1000 M (R) (Purse $660,000) 3-Y-O & UP OPT.CLM($350,0-$300,0)/NB5YO(NW2)&NB6YO&UP(NW4)*1. #3 CRUISING MOTION OWalker 54.0 $117.00 $53.002. #6 PARAJET SEllis 54.5 3L $68.003. #1 PRINCE SAMMO KMcGregor3 53.0 4L $59.004. #7 THE NEXTBIGTING RSmith4 51.0 3-1/2L 5. #5 PRINCE KAMALI CMamdeen2 54.0 1L Final Time : 1:01.2 Splits : 23.4, 47.2, ,Winner : 6yo b gelding – WEEKEND CRUISE out of TOTAL MOTION by ROYAL MINISTERTrainer : JOHNNY S WILMOT Owner : CARLTON S WATSONBred by KARL SAMUDA Ex : (3-6) $679.00 D/E : (5-3) $545.00 Tri : (3-6-1) $377.00 Superfecta : (3-6-1-7) $11,469.00 Rolling Triple : (5-5-3) $596.00 Race 4 1000 M (R) (Purse $650,000) NB4YO&UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE IV(NW3)1. #13 REIGNING KING CMamdeen2 54.0 $224.00 $97.002. #6 MISS IN KISS KMcGregor3 51.0 Neck $157.003. #5 FLY FIRST CLASS AntThomas 52.0 Sh.Head $79.004. #9 JAMMIN TFoster2 50.0 3/4L 5. #11 ANASO RogHewitt4 50.0 1L Note: Horse #1 Formal Gladiator passed the post 4th but was disqualified and placed 7th.Late scratch : #12 A SEH SOUP Final Time : 1:01.0 Splits : 22.4, 46.4Winner : 4yo ch colt – MIRACLE MAN out of QUICKSTER by HAIL ORPHANTrainer : GARY J GRIFFITHS Owner : GARY J GRIFFITHSBred by GARY GRIFFITHSQuin : (6,13) $1,252.00 Ex : (13-6) $1,553.00 D/E : (3-13) $844.00 Tri : (13-6-5) $1,931.00 Superfecta : (13-6-5-9) $12,556.00 Hi-5 : (13-6-5-9-11) $105,389.00 Rolling Triple : (5-3-13) $3,020.00 Race 2 1500 M (Purse $600,000) NB4-Y-O & UP MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT1. #5 PURE HEART CMamdeen2 53.0 $156.00 $130.002. #6 JAMAICAN STORM TFoster2 53.0 11L $296.003. #1 STACYSLADY PParchment 53.5 3L $915.004. #4 OBSESSION RLewis2 51.0 Head Final Time : 1:37.4 Splits : 25.1, 49.1, 1:15.0,Winner : 4yo gr gelding – HE’STHEREALTHING out of HEART OF GOLD by NATURAL SELECTIONTrainer : ALDEN J FRANCIS Owner : ALDEN J FRANCISBred by ELIZABETH ANNE DACOSTA Ex : (5-6) $1,054.00 D/E : (5-5) $278.00 Tri : (5-6-1) $3,159.00 Superfecta : (5-6-1-4) $5,791.00 Race 7 1100 M (Purse $930,000) IMP3YO&UP(NW3&MDN)/NB4YO(NW4)&3YO-REST.STAKES1. #3 GOD OF LOVE CMamdeen2 51.0 $140.00 $50.00*2. #6 FATHER PATRICK RLewis2 50.5 2-1/2L $50.003. #1 ROJORN DI PILOT OWalker 53.0 1-3/4L $50.004. #5 PRINCE CHARLES RHalledeen 54.0 4-1/4L Final Time : 1:05.3 Splits : 22.3, 45.0Winner : 3yo b gelding – ADORE THE GOLD out of SHANDA D by D’WILDCATTrainer : PHILIP M FEANNY Owner : USBred by HAM STABLES LTD. Ex : (3-6) $426.00 D/E : (9-3) $498.00 Tri : (3-6-1) $204.00 Superfecta : (3-6-1-5) $454.00 Rolling Triple : (1-9-3) $5,236.00 Race 9 1600 M (Purse $690,000) 3-Y-O & UP OPT.CLM($450,0-$400,0)/NB5YO&UP(NW3)1. #10 MISS JUDY KMcGregor3 51.0 $499.00 $145.002. #1 COUNCIL OF TRENT TFoster2 52.0 1-1/4L $108.003. #9 LUANA RLewis2 50.5 1/2L $82.00*4. #7 BALLON D’OR AntThomas 55.0 7L 5. #3 MUSKETOON SEllis 54.5 2-3/4L Final Time : 1:42.0 Splits : 24.2, 48.0, 1:13.3,Winner : 5yo b mare – NATURAL SELECTION out of REGAL SENSATION by ROYAL MINISTERTrainer : PAUL A CHARLTON Owner : VEN DEEZLEBred by MILLWOOD ADOLPHUS CLARKEQuin : (1,10) $917.00 Ex : (10-1) $2,878.00 D/E : (4-10) $8,946.00 Tri : (10-1-9) $2,240.00 Superfecta : (10-1-9-7) $5,753.00 Hi-5 : (10-1-9-7-3) $9,274.00 Rolling Triple : (3-4-10) $29,120.00 Race 5 1500 M (Purse $800,000) 3-Y-O & UP OPT.CLM($850,0-$800,0)/NB4YO&UP(NW4)1. #1 JACKO LINKS RLewis2 53.5 $348.00 $89.002. #7 NIGHT LIGHT BebHarvey 57.0 2-1/2L $72.00*3. #4 SOTOMAYOR RHalledeen 54.0 1/2L $61.004. #5 RICKY RICARDO PParchment 55.5 1L Final Time : 1:33.3 Splits : 23.3, 47.1, 1:12.1Winner : 4yo dkb colt – DISTORTED out of VERIFY by STORM CRAFTTrainer : RYAN O DARBY Owner : DALPHYNE E JACKSONBred by ALEXANDER V. HAMILTON Ex : (1-7) $3,407.00 D/E : (13-1) $3,651.00 Tri : (1-7-4) $2,753.00 Superfecta : (1-7-4-5) $3,111.00 Rolling Triple : (3-13-1) $14,494.00 Race 8 1500 M (Purse $870,000) NB3-Y-O MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT1. #4 FRESH CASH OWalker 54.0 $357.00 $87.00*2. #8 LATAPY SEllis 55.0 3-3/4L $59.003. #12 AWESOME MIRACLE CMamdeen2 50.0 1-1/2L $77.004. #9 SCOOBERT BebHarvey 54.0 1-1/4L 5. #3 CHIEF DIPLOMAT RLewis2 50.5 3-1/4L Late scratch : #6 DESRIANNAFinal Time : 1:34.2 Splits : 24.2, 47.1, 1:12.1,Winner : 3yo gr colt – NUCLEAR WAYNE out of ALL THAT MATTERS by HE’STHEREALTHINGTrainer : ROBERT A PEARSON Owner : EASY STREETBred by MICHAEL BYFIELDQuin : (4,8) $311.00 Ex : (4-8) $980.00 D/E : (3-4) $1,689.00 (3-6) $1,319.00 Tri : (4-8-12) $994.00 Superfecta : (4-8-12-9) $2,462.00 Hi-5 : (4-8-12-9-3) $3,940.00 Rolling Triple : (9-3-4) $4,473.00 Race 1 1500 M (Purse $900,000) NB3YO(NW2)/IMP3YO&UP(MDN)-REST.ALL.II(NW2)*1. #5 UNIVERSAL BOSS RHalledeen 54.0 $79.00 $50.002. #6 DYNA’S PRIDE RLewis2 52.0 8L $50.003. #3 WINX CHOICE JJackson 50.5 4-3/4L $50.004. #1 SHE’S IRIE CMamdeen2 52.0 1-1/4L FELL #2 SEADON SFletcher4 48.0 60/1 Final Time : 1:32.3 Splits : 24.0, 46.4, 1:10.4,Winner : 3yo b gelding – CASUAL TRICK out of ELECTRIFYING by TRADITIONALTrainer : ANTHONY C NUNES Owner : STEPHAN NARINESINGH & ANTHONY NUNESBred by ELIAS HALOUTE Ex : (5-6) $121.00 Tri : (5-6-3) $80.00 Race 6 1400 M (Purse $600,000) 3-Y-O & UP CLM($250,0-$200,0)-NOT FINISHED 1ST-4TH SINCE FEB.11. #9 CHIEF PROSPECT SEllis 57.0 $136.00 $64.002. #10 BATIDOR DE MUNDO CMamdeen2 55.0 1-3/4L $105.003. #1 MOON JBarrett4 47.0 3-3/4L $157.00*4. #12 PIANO MAN AntThomas 52.0 1-1/4L 5. #5 ALDEBARAN RHalledeen 55.0 4L Final Time : 1:32.0 Splits : 24.2, 49.0, 1:15.3,Winner : 8yo b gelding – WAR MARSHALL out of PRINCESS SHEILA by OUTRIGGERTrainer : LAWRENCE W FREEMANTLE Owner : AJAX A BJORNBred by ORETT WELLINGTONQuin : (9,10) $348.00 Ex : (9-10) $548.00 D/E : (1-9) $1,527.00 Tri : (9-10-1) $2,063.00 Superfecta : (9-10-1-12) $4,536.00 Hi-5 : (9-10-1-12-5) $28,971.00 Rolling Triple : (13-1-9) $13,662.00 Pick-4 : (3-13-1-9) $26,616.00 (4/4) Single Winner Bonus : $963,288.82Super-6 : (5-5-3-13-1-9) $44,469.00 (6/6)
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Defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot watches a drill during the University of Kentucky Football fan day at the Nutter Field House in Lexington, Ky., on Saturday August 8, 2015.Kentucky defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot met with the media Wednesday to break down the Vanderbilt film and look ahead to Charlotte. You can read a full transcript of his comments below:Opening statement: “Rainy day. Practiced in the indoor so had to utilize space, but the kids didn’t let it be a distraction to them. They went about their business. We had pads on so we got a chance to tackle. That’s important. You always want to play physical when you’re on defense. We had a good upbeat practice and like I said, we had to transition to the indoor because of rain but it didn’t change anything.”On how the defense has responded since a good showing at Vanderbilt: “I think our guys have responded as good as they can. They have a great attitude and they’re working hard. They’ve kept the focus on just the next opponent and getting better.”On Jason Hatcher’s improved play: “Jason is a good, not only player, but had a lot of energy. He brought a lot of enthusiasm to the field. I expect him to continue to do that and bring that to every game.”On the difference Hatcher makes when he’s playing at a high level: “I think any time you get a good player on the edge, whether it’s pass rush or whether it’s setting the edge and making tackles for a loss, it definitely sets the mentality. It also, like I said, gains enthusiasm. That’s something that we’re going to need to have and continue to build on.”On how the team stays enthusiastic after another loss: “We just concentrate on ourselves. We look at improving as a team and as a defense. Each player has plenty of things that he can get better at. That’s what our emphasis has been and that’s what the players focus has been. We’re not really focusing on anything else besides getting better and getting ready for our next opponent.”On what the defense did better last week as opposed to the three before that: “We played really good on third down. Had a lot of three-and-outs. We had a better first down efficiency. Played the run well. We did some good things on Saturday.”On what he saw on Vanderbilt’s trick play: “They ran a trick play on us. They tricked us. We didn’t see it until it was too late.”On if someone in the coaching box saw it: “No, they just saw it too late. We just didn’t see it in time and they got us.”
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Memorial Patches SportsLogos.Net 6 Posted April 18, 2014 0 All Activity 469 posts Share this post Elwood MarsHotel Elwood nhl GraysonColtsBoy Posted April 18, 2014 386 Recommended Posts GraysonColtsBoy 2 GraysonColtsBoy 310 Share this post 6 monkeypower Posted April 18, 2014 6 JRB14 Share this post I usually really like the simpler ones, like the Patriots MHK patch, but my favourite has to be my hometown Spitfires shoulder patch for Mickey Renaud. Share on other sites Posted April 18, 2014 Posted April 19, 2014 Banned 34 dfwabel JRB14 nba Link to post Posted April 22, 2014 Members Location:Japan Link to post 6 Share this post Posted April 21, 2014 59 MarsHotel Forums Home cmm Walter Sobchak Location:New York Forums Home 3,257 posts This topic is now closed to further replies. Link to post Share on other sites 281 posts 5,093 posts Go To Topic Listing Sports Logos Members Sports Logo News Sports Logo News How about a map to your house, Drew Carey? 28,545 posts Link to post Memorial Patches is one of my favorite parts of the uniform. Early patches were crepes and armbands. In 1973,The Pittsburgh Pirates created the standard when they had a patch commentating Roberto Clemente who died in a plane crash in 1972.Please share your favorite patches! 6 28 386 monkeypower 0 Share this post 28 Share this post 6 GraysonColtsBoy Followers 1 Memorial Patches Mighty Ducks memorial patch for Disney president Frank G. Wells who died in a helicopter accident in 1994. They ony wore it for the last handful of games in the season. Shut the :censored: up, Donny. 59 Spider Lockhart patch the Giants wore in 1986. Share on other sites mlb Share on other sites By GraysonColtsBoy, April 18, 2014 in Sports Logo News Followers 1 6 2,792 Share this post GraysonColtsBoy Sign in to follow this GraysonColtsBoy 4,155 Share on other sites 4,155 I like the way the Phillies have worn memorial patches. When Harry Kalas died it was his initials in a black circle. They’ve done it a few times since when it seems like every minority owner of the team dies. Memorial Patches is one of my favorite parts of the uniform. Early patches were crepes and armbands. In 1973,The Pittsburgh Pirates created the standard when they had a patch commentating Roberto Clemente who died in a plane crash in 1972.Please share your favorite patches!My favorite crepes are filled with Nutella and have raspberries. Share this post cmm 281 posts 34 386 Spider Lockhart patch the Giants wore in 1986.Giants won Super Bowl XXI with that patch.These are my favorites.Brewers’ first equipment manager Robert Sullivan 1986 “SULLY” patch:1988 Harvey Kuenn “HK” patch. He managed the “Harvey’s Wallbangers” to their only WS appearance on a peg leg:I have a 1986 Brewers card with the SULLY patch. Posted April 18, 2014 622 posts Share this post 429 posts Share on other sites Banned 0 6 Posted April 18, 2014 59 Link to post Members Banned Posted April 19, 2014 Members 1 Members 0 Share on other sites Link to post 2,792 Link to post Link to post Members 0 Share on other sites 281 posts Location:Pennsylvania Share this post Link to post Memorial Patches dfwabel These are my favorites. Brewers’ first equipment manager Robert Sullivan 1986 “SULLY” patch: 1988 Harvey Kuenn “HK” patch. He managed the “Harvey’s Wallbangers” to their only WS appearance on a peg leg: Not THAT crepe! All Activity 0 28 Link to post Walter Sobchak 4,155 nfl Location:Windsor, Ontario 2,792 0 Share on other sites 0 Banned 6 Location:Long Island, NY Sign in to follow this 34 105 posts 310 Share on other sites 310 Sports Logos SportsLogos.Net Memorial Patches
ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Australian Stuart Law has quit as head coach of embattled West Indies just eight months before the start of the ICC World Cup in England, dealing a severe blow to the regional side’s preparation for the event and leaving authorities scrambling to find a replacement. Cricket West Indies (CWI) announced yesterday the 49-year-old would leave his post at the end of the year, following nearly two years at the helm, during which time he oversaw the two-time World champions’ qualification for cricket’s major showpiece but otherwise failed to turn around the fortunes of the struggling side.The announcement of Law’s departure also comes 11 days prior to the start of a difficult two-Test series against powerful India in Rajkot, casting somewhat of a heaviness over the tour which also includes five One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals.Law, who took up the post last year February, will now join English county Middlesex in the New Year as their new head coach on a four-year deal. His imminent departure was met with disappointment from director of cricket, Jimmy Adams, who rued the “timing” of the decision.“While I regret his leaving and the timing of it, I fully understand his reasons, and along with everyone at Cricket West Indies (CWI) want to thank him for his dedication and commitment whilst in the role and wish him the very best of luck at Middlesex,” said the former Windies Test captain. CWI chief executive, Johnny Grave, also expressed his disappointment, pointing out that West Indies had made “real progress” under Law’s guidance. “I am disappointed that Stuart is leaving as I believe that we have made real progress under his leadership,” the Englishman noted.“I know it was a difficult decision for him and that ultimately the opportunity to work in England, where his family is now based, was a major factor in his decision. We will start the process to appoint a new head coach immediately.” Law, who will also oversee the tour of Bangladesh in November which follows the full series in India, said the decision had been a difficult one but ultimately he wanted to be closer to his family.“I have had to make the difficult decision to leave my role of head coach with CWI. It has been very enjoyable, and I believe we have made tremendous strides forward as a team during the past two years,” he said.“I would like to thank the players, staff and the fans for their support over this period, I have appreciated it greatly. I will be taking a role with Middlesex CCC which will keep me close to my family, whilst continuing within the cricket family. I wish the players and staff of CWI every success in the future.” Law, who played one Test and 54 ODIs, replaced former Windies Test batsman Phil Simmons who was axed in September, 2016, just five months after leading West Indies to the capture of the Twenty20 World Cup in India.Charged with the responsibility of “improving team results” at the time of his appointment, Law has endured a difficult period with the Windies. He has won six of his 15 Tests in charge, only picking up series wins against Zimbabwe and Bangladesh in the six tours he has overseen.In 26 ODIs across eight bilateral series, he has won just four matches and lost 18, without a single series success. However, under his watch, West Indies safely navigated the ICC Qualifiers in Zimbabwe last March, to clinch a spot in next year’s World Cup. Law has fared little better in the Twenty20 format where the reigning World champions have managed a mere eight wins in 19 matches, while losing 10.Perhaps the high point of his tenure came on the 2017 tour of England when West Indies remarkably chased down 322 for victory on the final day of the second Test at Leeds, to win by five wickets.
HARARE, (Reuters) – Off-spinner Sikandar Raza grabbed career-best figures of 7-113 as Zimbabwe took control of the second and final test against Sri Lanka at the Harare Sports Club yesterday, but for the second match running the home side suffered a concussion scare. Zimbabwe are 62 for one in their second innings at the close of the third day, a lead of 175 with nine wickets remaining, after Raza helped them bowl the visitors out for 293 on a pitch that is offering plenty of assistance to the spinners.Prince Masvaure (26 not out) and nightwatchman Regis Chakabva (14 not out) will resume on day four, with makeshift opener Craig Ervine (13) the one wicket to fall.Ervine was pushed to the top of the order after regular opener Kevin Kasuza had to be stretchered off the field when he was hit flush on the helmet while fielding at short leg and was taken to hospital with concussion. It is the second test in a row that Kasuza has been concussed fielding in that position and allows Zimbabwe to use the International Cricket Council’s new concussion protocols to bring another batsman into the side.Timycen Maruma has been drafted into the line-up, with his only previous test against Bangladesh in April 2013.Sri Lanka had resumed the third day on 122 for two, but added only 12 runs before Kusal Mendis (22) crashed the ball into the helmet of the helpless Kasuza and was caught at square leg by Carl Mumba. Angelo Mathews (64) and Dhananjaya de Silva (42) put on 84 for the sixth wicket, before the latter was caught and bowled by Raza.The prized wicket of Mathews, who scored an unbeaten double-century in the first test, was claimed by Mumba as he got a tickle to a ball down the leg-side and was caught by wicketkeeper Chakabva with the score on 244.All-rounder Raza’s figures beat the 5-99 he managed against the West Indies in Bulawayo in 2017. Zimbabwe will want to bat quickly on the fourth day to build a sizeable lead as they attempt to square the series, having lost the first test at the same venue by 10 wickets.
MIAMI, Florida, CMC – Continental governing body, CONCACAF, has put an immediate halt to its Champions League, amidst the growing cases of the coronavirus across North America. The high level club competition entered its quarter-final stage on Tuesday and matches were played up until Wednesday night with America brushing aside Atlanta United FC 3-0 in Mexico City and Tigres UNAL edging New York Red Bulls 1-0 in New Jersey.But with the National Basketball Association (NBA) suspending its season and the MLS following suit, CONCACAF said it was also taking similar action.“At CONCACAF the welfare of everyone associated with our matches and competitions is of paramount importance to us,” the governing body said in a statement. “We have been closely monitoring the public health situation as it has been evolving in the US and across the entire region.“Given the developments last night, including new guidance issued by countries, cities and states, we have made the decision to suspend the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League with immediate effect. “We are continuing to discuss arrangements for other upcoming CONCACAF competitions and will make a further public statement in due course.” Los Angeles FC was set to host Cruz Azul last night to round out the first leg of the quarter-final stage. Second leg matches were scheduled to be played on March 17-18.The semi-finals and final were scheduled to be played next month.The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has already infected 1,215 people in the United States and resulted in 36 deaths.
“I’m gonna keep that in-house. That’s what we do here,” Durant said.”I mean, obviously I know you guys got a job to do, but I’m not trying to give nobody no headlines. What happened, happened. We’re trying to move on — just trying to play basketball.”Green and Durant had a heated exchange at the end of regulation Monday against the Clippers, with Green having failed to get a shot off after losing possession on the final play.It was reported the confrontation continued in the locker room after a 121-116 overtime loss, though coach Steve Kerr denied claims Green questioned Durant about his impending free agency.Durant said he “didn’t really care either way” about Green’s suspension Tuesday but admitted it felt strange not to be competing alongside him.”His presence has been a part of this team for a while — even before I got here. He’s been a huge staple in this organization. So, obviously it’s definitely weird not having him around,” he said.”And just … everything that went down. But that’s what happens. Sh— happens in the NBA. I just try to do my best to move on and be a basketball player. “I don’t got nothing else to do but to be the best player I can be every single day. I try not to worry about nothing else.”pic.twitter.com/lFhJM33R2E— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) November 14, 2018Kerr was pleased with how professionally the reigning NBA champions, who were also without Stephen Curry due to injury, dealt with the situation on Tuesday.”Proud of them. Not an easy game with a back-to-back. Just coming in a little fatigued, a little emotionally spent and we had to grind it out,” Kerr said. “Proud of the guys. It wasn’t our best game, but it was a good effort and we stayed solid.” Warriors forward Draymond Green suspended: pic.twitter.com/9XZWQ5U6V8— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) November 13, 2018Asked if he felt the situation with Green could be resolved, Durant said: “I’m sure it will. We’ve got a long season ahead.”However, he refused to expand on what exactly took place between the two. Related News Heated Kevin Durant-Draymond Green exchange carried over into locker room, report says Draymond Green confronted Kevin Durant about his impending free agency, report says Kevin Durant is sure he will resolve any issue with Warriors teammate Draymond Green in the future but refused Tuesday night to go into the specifics over what happened between the pair.Green, a three-time All-Star, was suspended for Tuesday’s 110-103 victory over the Hawks for “conduct detrimental to the team,” but Durant, a two-time NBA Finals MVP, is sure the team will get it affairs in order.
Ward, Rachelle Lea49Wellington, Kansas801 E. 16th St., Wellington, KSTheft7/9/19 Alberts, William Donald30Wichita, Kansas1806 Pincrest Cir., Winfield, KSProbation Violation7/11/19 Craig, Denise Antionettie49Wichita, Kansas777 W Kansas Star Dr., Mulvane, KSFailure to Appear7/9/19 Owens, Armani Shakur Sheldon25Oklahoma City, Oklahoma610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSServing Sentence: 5 Days7/8/19 Hill, Crystal Dawn33Wellington KS1104 E 16th ST Wellington, KSDriving while suspended; 2nd or subsequent conviction7/12/19 NAMEAgeHOMETOWNLOCATION OF ARRESTCHARGESDATE OF ARREST Ellis, Phillip Eugene28Bel Aire, KansasSedgwick County JailFailure to Appear x37/10/19 Brady, Trenton Elisha22Wichita, KansasNB I-35 MM 24, Wellington, KSTheft7/12/19 Wiley, Loretta Leann35Wichita, KansasSedgwick County JailProbation Violation7/8/19 Jaramillo, Alex Emillano38Wichita, Kansas400 N Main St., Belle Plaine, KSDriving while license canceled, suspended, revoked7/8/19 Mumford, Jaecob Eugene21Wellington, Kansas610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSProbation Violation7/12/19 Black, Dustin Lee30Wellington, Kansas1301 KS 264, Larned, KSProbation Violation7/8/19 Claibourn, Andre Carnell28Wichita, KansasSedgwick County JailFailure to Appear x27/10/19 Eckermann, Mason Landis23Caldwell, Kansas610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSProbation Violation7/8/19 Sellers, Allison Summer Rayne18Wellington, Kansas1415 E. Michigan Ct., Apt A, Wellington, KSDomestic Battery7/8/19 Crowley, Bridgette Lee32Arkansas City, Kansas211 E. 2nd Ave., Mulvane, KSProbation Violation7/8/19 Bankston, Mariah Nicole24Wichita KS610 E Hillside Wellington, KSServing Sentence (1 Day)7/13/19 Ackerson, Shaun Alan47Wichita, Kansas501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSFailure to Appear7/10/19 Sumner Newscow report — The Sumner County Sheriff Office report for July 8 to July 15, 2019 weekly jail bookings are as follows: Russell, Breanna Marie28Arkansas City, Kansas1415 E. Michigan Ct., Apt A, Wellington, KSAggravated Domestic Battery7/8/19 Moore, John Jacob33Anthony, Kansas115 Steadman, Anthony, KSFailure to Appear7/10/19 Mace, Patricia Ann53South Haven, Kansas1100 E. US 166, South Haven, KSDriving while Suspended7/10/19 Milton, Larry Wayne Jr.29Conway Springs, KansasNB I-35 MP 28, Wellington, KSCriminal Threat / Aggravated Intimidation of Witness or Victim / Domestic Battery7/11/19 French, Jessie Dewayne41Wellington, KansasAsh & Lincoln, Wellington, KSDriving while Suspended7/9/19 Schlecht, Joshua Blu34Arkansas City, KansasCowley County JailTheft x2 / Theft by Deception / Conspiracy theft by deception /7/9/19 Lucas, Larry Lee62Wichita, Kansas1400 N. US 81, Mulvane, KSPossession of Opiate / Possession of Paraphernalia / Driving under influence of alcohol or drugs / Driving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked x27/9/19 Dixon, Brittany Janay30Wichita, Kansas610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSServing Sentence: 48 Hours7/11/19 WEEKLY BOOKINGS07/08/2019 thru 07/15/2019 Grier, Mario Mathias27Wichita, Kansas501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSServing Sentence: 36 Hours7/12/19 Tuffaha, Rida23Wichita, KansasSedgwick County JailAggravated Burglary / Robbery / Warrant Arrest by LEO7/10/19 Newbrey, Leland Thomas Jr.39Wellington, Kansas1125 W. 7th St., Wellington, KSCriminal Damage to Property7/12/19 Walker, Courtney Leigh41Peck, Kansas610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSFailure to Appear7/8/19 Paiva, Jacob Matthew26Douglas, KansasSedgwick County JailProbation Violation7/8/19 Hart, Augustus Dale27Wellington, Kansas1301 KS 264, Larned, KSProbation Violation7/9/19 Ingram, Brooklyn Renee19Wichita, KansasNB I-35 MM 24, Wellington, KSTraffic Contraband into correctional care facility / Possession of Controlled Substance / Possession of Paraphernalia / Theft7/12/19