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According to arson investigators, theblaze broke out around 1:30 a.m. on Saturday from the house owned by JoebertSeldon, quickly spreading to neighboring houses made of lights materials. Authorities have yet to identify thecause of the fire./PN The fire destroyed the houses ofSeldon, Bernie Valdevia, Fidal Valdevia, Ernesto Importa, and Antonio Bellewhile houses owned by Renante Belle and Salde Cordero were damaged, the reportsaid. BACOLOD City – Properties worth aroundP30,000 all went up in smoke after fire struck Barangay Aguisan in HimamaylanCity, Negros Occidental.
BACOLOD City –Authorities are now looking into a person of interest who might be involved inthe murder of a 60-year-old woman who was found partly buried in a sugarcanefield in Barangay Tabu, Ilog, NegrosOccidental. She wasidentified as Melba Paglumotan, a resident of the village, police said. Police investigatorssaid the victim bore two stab wounds on the right arm and suffered a brokenneck. Paglumotan’sbody was brought to a local mortuary for a “post-mortem” examination. Paglumotan’sbody, covered with soil and sugarcane leaves, was discovered around at 4 p.m.on Jan. 3, a police report showed. Officers of theIlog police station were still investigating the incident./PN
However, he wrote on Twitter: “Not ignoring everyone, crazy but exciting last few days. All will be revealed in time. Thanks for the messages #COYI”. The initials at the end of his message stand for ‘Come On You Irons’, a reference to West Ham. Poyet only broke into the Charlton team in January but his performances saw him named the Championship club’s player of the year. However, he turned down the chance to stay at The Valley and is now poised to follow in the footsteps of his father, who represented Chelsea and Tottenham, by playing in the Barclays Premier League. Once the move is complete he will become West Ham boss Sam Allardyce’s fourth summer signing, following Cheikhou Kayoute, Mauro Zarate and Aaron Cresswell. Press Association Diego Poyet has hinted he is on the verge of completing a move to West Ham. The 19-year-old midfielder, son of Sunderland manager Gus Poyet, is a free agent after his contract at Charlton expired. Poyet has reportedly also attracted interest from Chelsea, Manchester City and the Black Cats.
Former Germany, Manchester United and Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has retired.The 35-year-old announced his decision two days after the end of the Major League Soccer season. His club, Chicago Fire, finished 17th.“The time has now come,” he said. “To the fans, you made this unbelievable time possible for me.” Schweinsteiger won the 2014 World Cup with Germany, as well as eight Bundesliga titles with Bayern.In total, he gained 121 caps for Germany between 2004 and 2016.The midfielder played 500 times for Bayern before joining Manchester United for £14.4m in 2015 but failed to adapt to the Premier League, making 13 league starts in two years.He was made to train with the under-23s at Old Trafford by then manager Jose Mourinho – who later said he regretted his decision.Schweinsteiger was allowed to join Chicago Fire on a free transfer in March 2017 and scored on his debut. Fire finished third in his first season to reach the play-offs but have struggled since.“Basti has meant so much to our club,” said Chicago Fire chairman Joe Mansueto. “It was an absolute pleasure to watch him play.“His soccer IQ is so elite, you can see that he’s three steps ahead at every turn. He’s a leader, a great team-mate and a generational player who put Chicago Fire on the world map. I’d like to say, on behalf of the club: Danke, Basti.”Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said “the doors at Bayern are always open” to their former player.“A great career is coming to an end. Basti has won everything there is to win in world football,” he said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The Syracuse track and field team completed competition in Ames, Iowa, and Geneva, Ohio, for the Iowa State Classic and Spire Institute Invitational this past weekend. Only distance runners were able to compete in the two meets — sprinters, hurdlers and jumpers did not make the trip. The weekend was highlighted by two more school records being set, one at each venue.At the Iowa State Classic, redshirt senior Sarah Pagano broke the women’s 5,000-meter run with a time of 16:09.29, beating the previous record by a little over eight seconds.Pagano finished in fifth place in the race, six seconds away from placing.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFreshman Sydney Leiher smashed the previous 1,000-meter run record of 2:48.85 by a full minute at the Spire Institute Invitational.A third school record was almost broken, but redshirt senior Robert Molke came up just four seconds short in the 5,000-meter run. However, his time of 14:00.77 smashed his previous personal best by nearly 40 seconds.Sophomore MJ Erb and freshman Kevyn Hoyos also ran the 5,000-meter run in Ohio, finishing with times of 14:26.99 and 14:29.84, respectably. Freshmen Joel Hubbard and Colin Bennie, and junior Ryan Urie, all competed in the mile-run.Hubbard fell just a second shy of his personal best, and five seconds of the school record, finishing with a time of 4:05.27. Urie ran a 4:10.01, and Bennie finished close behind with a time of 4:11.02.At the Spire Institute Invitational, the all-freshman men’s distance medley relay, consisting of Bennie, Shawn Wilson, Nick Ryan and Paul Lovell finished with a respectable time of 10:05.52. Syracuse will travel to Ithaca for the Cornell Deneault Invitational on Saturday at 11 a.m. compiled by Ari Gilberg, staff writer, firstname.lastname@example.org Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 17, 2014 at 3:13 am
On a blustery Tuesday in Los Angeles, a pair of long fly balls caught the wind and carried the Trojans to a 5-2 victory.In their first road win during the week, the Trojans seemed to right a lot of wrongs that have, for most of the season, been weighing them down.Going, going, gone · Junior catcher Jake Hernandez (above) blasted one of two home runs for the Trojans against LMU during Tuesday’s win. – Joseph Chen | Daily Trojan“I thought this was a great job of coming back after a real tough loss on Sunday, a game we felt like we could’ve and should’ve won,” USC head coach Dan Hubbs said. “To come back and get this win was huge.”USC (14-22) traveled across town to face Loyola Marymount (18-18) for a midweek, 3 p.m. matchup in its first of eight consecutive road games. The Trojans aimed to rebound from twin losses against No. 15 Arizona State despite USC’s late scramble to slate a starter.In their previous meeting earlier this season, the Trojans battled their way through a pitcher’s duel, ultimately beating the Lions by a slim 2-1 margin. This time, USC headed into the bottom of the ninth with an uncharacteristically comfortable buffer and completed a two-game season sweep.Hubbs, who said Monday that he didn’t know who would start the game, settled on sending freshman Brent Wheatley to the mound. Wheatley started against the Lions in the team’s February matchup and tossed five scoreless innings.On Friday, when he was pressed with finding starters to replace injured junior Bob Wheatley, Hubbs prepared to send out a tag team of relievers to carry the team. Instead, junior Sean Silva (who was recently named Pac-12 pitcher of the week) and Brent Wheatley pitched a combined one-hitter against Arizona State.But on Tuesday, five pitchers contributed to the USC victory. Four of those five were freshmen, apparently ready to shed their rookie statuses and help improve the team’s last-place ERA in the Pac-12 conference.Brent Wheatley was on a shorter leash and allowed only one earned run in two innings of work before passing the ball to a couple of pitchers who have been struggling to find their commands.Freshman Marc Huberman entered the game with a 9.53 ERA, having given up 12 runs in only 11.1 innings. Similarly, senior Matt Munson was posting a 10.34 ERA, with 18 earned runs in his 15.2 innings of work.The two pitchers found their grooves, though, combining for four scoreless innings of relief.“Huberman’s been scuffling a little bit so it was nice to see him have a good, clean inning,” Hubbs said. “And then Mudson threw three really good innings that we needed desperately.”Freshman Brooks Kriske put up a pair of scoreless frames and freshman Kyle Twomey allowed a last-chance run before shutting down the Lions for good.On offense, the Trojans initially showed signs of repeating their worn-out habit of threatening to score but being unable to execute. Two early singles from hot-hitting freshman shortstop Blake Lacey and senior left-fielder Greg Zebrack were immediately matched with a pair of strikeouts. Even a walk to load the bases was all for naught.But a slow start at the plate was short-lived, and the Trojans were able to remedy their two pitfalls: failing to respond after giving up runs and hitting with runners in scoring position.Immediately after Wheatley allowed a run on a groundball RBI, USC answered with a couple of hits off the bats of seasoned junior hitters James Roberts and Kevin Swick. The pressure was on Zebrack, who defied the implausible with a two-strike, two-out RBI single to tie the game at one.And the offensive feats didn’t stop there. The big swings of the bat that would end up dictating the outcome of the game were delivered in the top of the sixth inning by Jake Hernandez and freshman right-fielder Vahn Bozoian. The two scorched twin home runs that seemed to follow similar trajectories and set off a domino effect that enabled USC to flex offensive muscles it didn’t know it had.Also worth noting: standout freshmen Lacey and Timmy Robinson kept their hitting streaks alive. Hopefully, a couple more Trojans can contribute streaks of their own in the upcoming long road stretch.“I’m expecting Utah to be tough. They’re similar to us,” Hubbs said. “They’re in every game and they’ve found ways to not win some of them, but they’ve been close games.”The team will head first to Utah on Friday before facing Oregon State and Pepperdine next week.
Liverpool are among the teams in action as the Reds travel to take-on Jurgen Klopp’s former Borussia Dortmund charges.There’s an all-Spanish contest as Atletico Bilbao play host to Sevilla.Elsewhere, Sporting Braga are at home to Shakter Donetsk while Sparta Prague travel to take-on Villarreal. All four matches will kick-off at five-past eight.
The Barcelona star will line out against Glasgow Celtic in the Aviva Stadium, in an International Champions Cup game.Messi returned to the Spanish club earlier than expected following Argentina’s disappointment in the Copa America.
WATCH US LIVE Jeriah Horne scored 23 points, Brandon Rachal added 19 and Martins Igbanu 14 as Tulsa clobbered Temple 70-44 Friday night to win its American Athletic Conference opener.Horne, Rachal and Igbanu combined to make 21 of the Golden Hurricanes 27 field goals as Tulsa (9-5, 1-0) shot 51% from the floor (27-for-53) with eight 3-pointers, 13 steals and five blocked shots.Temple (9-4, 1-1) trailed 35-17 at the break, a season-low halftime score, shooting just 19% (7-for-36) in the first half, improving slightly to 28% (18-for-65) for the game. The Owls are winless in Tulsa in six tries.Quinton Rose led Temple with 12 points and Alani Moore II added nine.Tulsa plays Cincinnati on the road on Wednesday. Temple faces Houston at home on Tuesday. LIVE TV First Published: 4th January, 2020 10:53 IST Associated Press Television News FOLLOW US Written By COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 4th January, 2020 10:53 IST Horne, Rachal, Igbanu Help Tulsa Romp Past Temple 70-44 Jeriah Horne scored 23 points, Brandon Rachal added 19 and Martins Igbanu 14 as Tulsa clobbered Temple 70-44 Friday night to win its American Athletic Conference opener.