Statewide Silver Alert Canceled For Missing Man In Ninilchik

first_imgA statewide announcement was issued regarding a missing endangered adult in Ninilchik. Anyone with any information regarding this adult is asked to call 9-1-1 or the SILVER Alert Hotline at 1-855-SILVR99 that’s 1-855-745-8799. For more information on the ALASKA SILVER ALERT please call 5-1-1 or go to our website silveralert.alaska.gov. Maxwell was last seen on foot in the Sterling Highway and Oil Hill Road area in Ninilchik and is wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and a ballcap. Maxwell is a vulnerable adult and your assistance is appreciated. STATEWIDE ALERT: The Alaska State Troopers in Soldotna are requesting the public’s assistance in locating Maxwell Harper, a 72 year old white male with gray hair 5 feet 9 inches 120 pounds. Please call 262-4453 or 855-745-8799 with information. A Silver Alert has been canceled Tuesday night for a missing 72-year-old man missing from Ninilchik.Around 6:00 pm Harper was located by the Kenai Police Department and reunited with his family. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Update 8:30pm:  Valid from 2:57PM, Mar 5 2019 until further notice.last_img read more

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Rewind | Cats cruise in exhibition opener

first_imgLEXINGTON, Ky. — Freshman guard Jamal Murray just missed a triple-double as Kentucky cruised to a 117-58 victory in its 2015-16 exhibition opener against Ottawa.Murray finished the game with 22 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists before being removed with 3:34 left to play. He was 8 for 15 from the field and 4 for 8 from 3-point range. Sophomore point guard Tyler Ulis also recorded a double-double with 17 points and 10 assists to go with no turnovers. Freshman forward Skal Labissiere (18), freshman guard Isaiah Briscoe (11) and junior forward Marcus Lee (10) also finished in double figures.UK 106, Ottawa 54 (3:34): No triple-double for Murray as Calipari clears the bench.UK 106, Ottawa 54 (3:58): At the final media timeout, Jamal Murray is just one assist from a triple-double, and he appears to be staying on the court. He’s got 22 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists.UK 101, Ottawa 50 (5:01): Cats top the century mark on an Alex Poythress put-back. Skal Labissiere just picked up his fourth foul. Tyler Ulis also has a double-double now with 17 points, 10 assists.UK 97, Ottawa 44 (7:05): Murray has a double double with 20 points, 10 rebounds. Also has eight assists.UK 97, Ottawa 43 (7:49): Ulis back in the game before the under-8 timeout. He’s got 17 points, nine assists, four rebounds, one steal and zero turnovers.UK 92, Ottawa 41 (9:27): Intensity has understandably dipped a little from Kentucky in the second half with Cats “only” shooting 52.4 percent (11 for 21) since intermission. Both Ulis and Murray on the bench now. Will be interesting to see if their night is finished.UK 85, Ottawa 37 (15:35): At the first media timeout of the second half, freshman guard Jamal Murray edging closer to a triple-double. He’s got a team-high 20 points, eight rebounds and eight assists. Tyler Ulis closing in on a double-double with 17 points and eight assists.HALFTIME: Kentucky 67, Ottawa 35Nothing to complain about Kentucky’s opening half of exhibition play. The Cats shot 72 percent (26 for 36) from the field and 70 percent (7 for 10) from 3-point range while holding Ottawa to 32 percent (11 for 34) from the field and 3-point range (6 for 19). Jamal Murray leads all scorers with 17 points, seven rebounds and six assists. Tyler Ulis added 14 points and six assists, and Skal Labissiere contributed 12 points. Marshon Norfleet leads Ottawa with 16 points.[tweet https://twitter.com/JonHale_CJ/status/661345802720288768%5DUK 59, Ottawa 29 (3:00): At the final media timeout of the first half, Kentucky is on cruise control, though Ottawa has found some success from 3-point range of late. Ottawa now 6 for 17 from 3-point range in the game. Marshon Norfleet has 16 points for the Braves.UK 45, Ottawa 15 (7:34): Ulis doing a little of everything tonight. Now has team-high 14 points and four assists to go with one rebound and one steal. He’s 4 for 5 from the field and 3 for 3 from 3-point range.UK 42, Ottawa 15 (7:47): Cats having no trouble with the three-guard look. Ulis, Murray and Briscoe all pushing the ball up the court depending on who is available. That trio has combined for 27 points, eight assists, nine rebounds at under-8 media timeout.UK 36, Ottawa 7 (11:25): Kentucky enters the second media timeout on a 15-0 run over the last 3:51 of the game. Ottawa has made just one of its last nine field-goal attempts. Tyler Ulis (11) and Jamal Murray (10) both in double figures already.UK 28, Ottawa 7 (12:56): Derek Willis checks in for the first time, making it nine Cats to see action so far. Mychal Mulder about to follow him.UK 21, Ottawa 7 (15:27): At the first media timeout, UK is shooting 80 percent (8 for 10) and has held Ottawa to 20 percent (2 for 10). Freshmen Isaac Humphries and Charles Matthews set to check in after the timeout. That would make the top eight players tonight Ulis, Briscoe, Murray, Lee, Labissiere, Poythress, Humphries and Matthews. Derek Willis and Mychal Mulder still on the bench.UK 13, Ottawa 3 (16:44): Senior forward Alex Poythress is the first man off the bench for UK. He gets a huge roar as he enters for first action against another team since his season-ending ACL injury last December.UK 13, Ottawa 3 (17:25): Ottawa ends a 13-0 UK run to open the game with a 3-pointer. Cats hit their first five field-goal attempts before Murray missed a 3. Tyler Ulis assisted on each of the first two baskets and scored five of the first 13 points.UK 4, Ottawa 0 (19:21): As expected, Kentucky having no trouble early. Back-to-back layups from Isaiah Briscoe and Jamal Murray open the scoring before Cats force a 30-second timeout from Ottawa on an inbounds play.STARTING LINEUP: Junior forward Marcus Lee, sophomore point guard Tyler Ulis, freshman forward Skal Labissiere and freshman guards Jamal Murray and Isaiah Briscoe will start for Kentucky.Oct 27, 2015; Lexington, Kentucky, USA; Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari coaches his team in the second half of the Blue White scrimmage at Rupp Arena.Oct 27, 2015; Lexington, Kentucky, USA; Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari coaches his team in the second half of the Blue White scrimmage at Rupp Arena.last_img read more

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Zouma signs six-year contract and completes Stoke loan move

first_imgSee also:Zouma wanted by Stoke and West BromHughes ‘very hopeful’ Zouma will join StokeZouma set to complete move to StokeConte signs new two-year contractChelsea complete record deal to sign Morata Kurt Zouma has signed a new six-year contract at Chelsea and joined Stoke on a season-long loan.Several other clubs, including West Brom, expressed an interest in the 22-year-old defender.AdChoices广告Zouma returned to action last season after nearly a year on the sidelines with a knee injury.His first-team prospects at Chelsea looked limited, particularly following the recent signing of Antonio Rudiger, and Blues boss Antonio Conte was prepared to let him move elsewhere.But the club believe his long-term future lies with them.Chelsea technical director Michael Emenalo told the club’s website: “It is fantastic Kurt has chosen to commit his future to Chelsea. He has shown his talent since joining us three years ago, and has returned from a serious injury with a fantastic attitude.“Now he has the opportunity to play regularly in the Premier League and we will be monitoring his progress closely while he is at Stoke.” Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Šmēdiņš and Samoilov invited to “King of the Court” tournament in…

first_imgThe tournament is planned to take place in Utrecht from September 9 to 12 – a week before the upcoming European Championship in Jurmala.For a long time, it was known only about the participation of three housewife couples and the Norwegian couple Annešs Müls / Christian Serums, who are considered to be the strongest duo in the world. The Netherlands will be represented in the men’s competition by Alexander Brewer / Robert Weensen and Christian Fahrenhorst / Steven van de Velde, as well as Sanne Kaiser and Madeleine Mepelinka in the women’s tournament.The next pair were the representatives of the neighboring country, Driss Kokelkoren / Toms van Valle, former Belgians in Latvia, followed by the 2018 Spanish Pavlo Errera and Adrians Gavira, the winners of the tournament, and yesterday also the Latvian duo.Samoilovs / Šmēdiņš was among the first five pairs of the pilot tournament in 2017.last_img read more

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West Michigan gives up late lead, loses to Fort Wayne in extra innings

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Zach Shane scores lone goal, Fruitport blanks Reeths-Puffer in boys soccer

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Warriors finish strong against Raptors to even series

first_imgTORONTO — It was as if the Golden State Warriors decided enough was enough. After losing Game 1 of the NBA Finals to the Toronto Raptors, they lost the first half of Game 2 Sunday by five points.Then, the two-time defending NBA champions reeled off the first 18 points of the second half and held on to defeat the Raptors 109-104 to even the series at one game each.The next two games are in Oakland, Calif. Warriors coach Steve Kerr said he liked his team’s position at halftime.“It felt like we should have been down by a lot more than five,” he said. “For the first quarter and a half, we really had a tough time scoring. So the last whatever it was, four, five, six minutes, the game loosened up and we finally broke free and started getting some buckets. We started to look like ourselves and so at that point, it just felt better and then the second half we got it rolling and we ended up with 34 assists, which is more like our team.”It was not without suspense. The Warriors, who led by as many as 12 during the fourth quarter, had their lead cut to two points on Danny Green’s 3-pointer with 26 seconds remaining. But Andre Iguodala nailed a 3-pointer with seven seconds left to complete the scoring. The Warriors also emerged from the game with two injuries. Klay Thompson, who led them in scoring with 25 points, was limited to four minutes in the fourth quarter with a tight left hamstring. Kevon Looney was limited to 10 minutes for the game with a left chest contusion.“Klay said he’ll be fine, but Klay could be half dead and he would say he would be fine,” Kerr said. “We’ll see. He pulled his hamstring. He thinks it is minor, so I don’t know what that means going forward.”According to reports, after the game the team clarified Thompson didn’t suffer a pulled hamstring but rather has tightness in the area. Thompson was seen limping out of the arena following the game but, according to reports, said, “Oh yeah” when asked if he would be OK for Game 3. NBA.com reported Thompson would undergo an MRI exam on Monday, while Looney would get an MRI exam and CT scan. Kerr offered no update on Looney to reporters.Stephen Curry added 23 points for the Warriors. Draymond Green had 17 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists, and DeMarcus Cousins added 11 points and 10 rebounds.Kawhi Leonard scored 34 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for the Raptors. Fred VanVleet added 17 points, Kyle Lowry had 13 points before fouling out late in the fourth quarter and Pascal Siakam notched 12. Serge Ibaka had seven points and 10 rebounds for Toronto. “Well, they were obviously a little more aggressive (than in Game 1) and up in us a little bit,” Raptors coach Nick Nurse said. “I thought we were just a little bit impatient and didn’t hold enough composure just to either, A, get to a strong shot or B, move it to the next one. I thought we would hit an action and something would be there and they would cover it up with some help defense.”After leading by as many as 12 points during the first half, the Raptors led by five at halftime. The Warriors surged to a 34-21 third-quarter advantage to lead by eight points entering the fourth quarter.“We got stops,” Draymond Green said. “We took away their transition buckets and we got transition buckets. We always say we’re at our best. … When we’re getting stops and we’re pushing the ball.”“Just started too slow,” VanVleet added. “You can’t do that against this team. Missing every shot doesn’t help, whatever, 10 possessions in a row we didn’t score.” Danny Green’s 3-pointer cut Golden State’s lead to four points with nine minutes left in the game, but the Warriors went up by 10 when Quinn Cook hit a pair of 3-pointers.The Warriors went up 12 on Andrew Bogut’s dunk with 5:39 to play. The Raptors cut the lead to eight when Lowry made one of two free throws with 4:26 to play. Lowry fouled out with 3:52 remaining.Curry was hit with a technical foul for flipping the ball in the air with 1:08 to play after Cousins was charged with a foul. Leonard made the technical foul shot, then cut the lead to five when he converted both free throws on the foul charged to Cousins. The Raptors led 27-26 after one quarter and 59-54 at halftime.The Warriors’ surge to open the second half was capped by Draymond Green’s layup with 6:35 remaining in the third quarter. VanVleet ended Golden State’s run with a 3-pointer 15 seconds later.The Warriors led 88-80 after three quarters. —Larry Millson, Field Level Medialast_img read more

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Coronavirus break could help prolong careers, says Buttler

first_img(Reuters) – The novel coronavirus shutdown has allowed cricketers to recharge their batteries and could help prolong their careers by a few years, England wicket-keeper Jos Buttler said. Buttler last played in a warm-up match against Sri Lanka in March before the COVID-19 pandemic brought global sport to a standstill.The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) last month extended the suspension of the professional game in the country until July 1 and Buttler believes the extended break will prove beneficial in the long run.“I think maybe in years to come we’ll be looking back at the benefits. It’s a strange time and tough on families and people across the world,” Buttler, 29, told British media. “I hope we never experience it again, but to have a complete break — both physically and mentally — will hopefully add some more years to come to our careers. Potentially, it could have a benefit on us as players.”Britain has recorded Europe’s highest death toll from the outbreak with over 32,000 fatalities, but the government has given the green light for elite sport to return from June 1.England players are set to return to individual training in the coming weeks and Buttler admitted he has mixed feelings about getting back on the field. “It’s a bit of everything — nerves, excitement and apprehension — but I think it’s a positive step for cricket for players to train,” Buttler, who has played 41 tests for England, added.“As a player you feel like you’ve had a nice rest and really enjoyed it, it’s been good to have the break and are hopefully feeling refreshed for some cricket.”The ECB hopes to host a three-test series against West Indies in July, possibly behind closed doors and at ‘bio-secure’ venues.last_img read more

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No. 25-ranked Utah women’s soccer team opens Pac-12 play against No. 10 USC Saturday at home

first_imgSALT LAKE CITY — The 25th-ranked Utah women’s soccer team kicks off Pac-12 play Saturday against the team that ended their season last year in the NCAA Tournament regional semifinals.The Utes will take on No. 10 USC at 2 p.m. in a “red-out” game at Ute Field in what will be the Pac-12 opener for both teams. Utah comes in with a 5-2-1 non-conference record, with losses at Loyola and Duke, while the Trojans are 7-1 with a loss to Kansas, who the Utes beat in their last outing.Last year, when the Utes went 13-4-5, they tied the Trojans 1-1 in a league encounter in Salt Lake but fell 1-0 in the NCAA third-round game in Los Angeles.The Utes are led by Hailey Skolmoski, a junior from Riverton, and Paola van der Veen, a junior from The Netherlands, who have scored seven and six goals, respectively, this season. Over the past six games, van der Veen has scored five goals and she and Skolmoski are tied for second in the Pac-12 with 15 points which ranks them 16th nationally.Other top players for the Utes are midfielders Haylee Cacciacarne and Eden Jacobsen, who each have seven points this year, and forward Natalie Vukic, midfielder Holly Daugirda and defenders Natalee Wells and Aleea Gwerder. Goalkeeper Carly Nelson has allowed seven goals this season with one shutout and has made 20 saves.USC’s balanced lineup is led by Savannah DeMelo with nine points, Alex Anthony with seven points, and Leah Pruitt and Tara McKeown with six points apiece. Goalkeeper Kaylie Collins has allowed six goals this season and has 11 saves.After this week, the Utes will head to the Northwest for games against Washington Thursday and Washington State Sunday before returning home to face No. 2-ranked Stanford on Oct. 5.last_img read more

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Kurt Owen holds off young challengers for Salt Lake City Amateur golf title

first_imgSALT LAKE CITY — Kurt Owen was worried that his two-stroke lead wouldn’t hold up Sunday afternoon at the Richard C. Kramer Salt Lake City Amateur because of all the young golfers playing in his group and ahead of him.“I came in with zero expectations with all the young college guys right behind me (on the leaderboard),” said the 33-year-old from Layton. “I expected one of them to go really low.”On the other hand, the former Weber State golfer figured if he could shoot a 69 to go with his first-round 67 he would have a good chance of winning.Thanks to a couple of late birdies, that’s exactly what Owen ended up shooting at Bonneville Golf Course and it gave him a two-shot victory over David Jennings.“It’s really satisfying because this feels like a major in the Utah golf arena,” said Owen of winning the City Amateur. His previous comparable victory came at the 2016 Mid-Amateur at Hill Air Force Base.Owen had heard that University of Utah golfer Blake Tomlinson, playing in the group ahead of him, had gone to 6-under on the tournament with a 3-under 33. Then after making a birdie at No. 12, Tomlinson was actually in the lead because Owen bogeyed the same hole. However, at the par-4 14th hole, Tomlinson hit into the trees and ended up with a triple bogey that killed his chances.At 6-under for the tournament, Owen knew he still needed to go lower as he came into the par-5 16th hole. He proceeded to hit “one of the best 5-irons I’ve ever hit in my life” from 215 yards out as his shot rolled right past the pin and ended up 12 feet away. He missed the eagle putt, but made birdie and, after making a tricky 6-foot par putt at 17, clinched his victory with a 20-foot birdie putt at No. 18.Jennings, who like Owen is from Layton, shot a 68 to finish at 138, while Jeff Jolley, a 47-year-old from Draper, finished in a tie for third at 139 with Luke Crapo after shooting a 67, the best score of the day.Austin Green won A flight at 145, while Dave Schoepp was the B Flight winner at 157.Salt Lake City AmateurBonneville Golf CourseChampionship Flight136 — Kurt Owen (67-69)138 — David Jennings (70-68)139 — Luke Crapo (70-69), Jeff Jolley (72-67)140 — Ryan Brimley (70-70), Zach Jones (71-69), Tyson Shelley (70-70), Blake Tomlinson (69-71), Peyton Hastings (69-71)141 — Denny Job (69-72), Christian James (69-72)142 — Hunter Howe (69-73), Derek Penman (71-71)A Flight145 — Austin Green (72-73)146 — Karl Avanti (73-73), Chance Cain (70-76)147 — Troy Creer (71-76)B Flight157 — Dave Schoepp (77-80)158 — Rajeev Balasubramonian (83-75)159 — Alex Anderson (83-76)last_img read more

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