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By Ben DeatherageLEBANON, Ore. (Aug. 27) – Jesse Williamson’s first Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified feature win of the season at Willamette Speedway was worth $1,000.The opening laps of Saturday’s main event were pretty competitive but once Williamson got to the front he was remained there unchallenged.The victory landed him on the ballot for the 2017 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational. Schram Brothers Excavating ponied up the extra purse money.
By Nick Said JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (Reuters) – Australia batsman Steve Smith says his reception in South Africa has been “lovely” on his first tour since the infamous ‘Sandpapergate’ scandal, but expects that to change when he steps onto The Wanderers tomorrow.Australia take on hosts South Africa in the first match of a three-game Twenty20 International series at a ground nicknamed ‘The Bull Ring’ for its hostile atmosphere, where England’s Ben Stokes had an altercation with a fan as recent as last month.Smith and team mate David Warner were banned by Cricket Australia for a year, and Cameron Bancroft for nine months, after their involvement in an attempt to alter the state of the ball using sandpaper during a Test tour of the country in March 2018. “It’s nice to be back playing in South Africa,” Smith told reporters on yesterday. “The last time I was here things didn’t end overly well, but I’ve also got really fond memories of playing here.“Just walking into the hotel in Sandton, initially I was like, ‘the last time I left here it wasn’t pretty’. It wasn’t the best time in my life. But I’ve moved on from that and learned a lot.“I’ve been back playing for a year now. I’m really enjoying it and I feel like I’m playing well. I’m in a nice place.” Smith says there have been no signs of animosity from South African fans off the pitch. In fact, quite the opposite.“Everywhere I have been the people have been lovely. Guys have come up and taken some photos and been really nice,” he said.“It’s been normal, the same as compared to when I’ve been here previously. It’s a terrific place to tour and I’m glad to be back.” But he expects that to change once the games begin, especially at one of South Africa’s most intimidating venues.“I think they’re hostile here at the best of times,” he said.“It doesn’t bother me too much. (coach) Justin (Langer) said the other day that we had the dress rehearsal in England (last year). There was a fair bit going on there.“I don’t notice it, particularly when I’m batting. Maybe a little bit when I’m fielding, but then again, it’s just words, it doesn’t affect me. It’s about getting on with the job.”The Twenty20 series starts in Johannesburg, before moving to Port Elizabeth on Sunday and finally Cape Town next Wednesday. The sides will then clash in three ODI matches.
Syracuse (12-6, 1-4 Atlantic Coast) tips off against Pittsburgh (8-10, 0-5) on Tuesday at 9 p.m. in the Carrier Dome. The Orange is riding a season-long four-game losing streak while the Panthers are winless in the ACC and haven’t played a game closer than 14 points. Adding to the already-struggling squad’s worries: They just lost one of its best players for the season in senior forward Ryan Luther. The Daily Orange spoke with the Post-Gazette’s Craig Meyer, and he was not bullish on Pitt’s odds in this game:The Daily Orange: This team is almost entirely remade from last season. What’s different about this Pitt team than in years past? What’s its identity now?Craig Meyer: This Pitt team is different from the ones in years past in virtually every way. The first, and most obvious, is that it’s not particularly good, which is a pretty sharp and severe break from most of this century, when Pitt was regularly a top-25 team.In those years, the Panthers were one of the top developmental programs in college basketball, bringing in players through a system in which they didn’t play all that much as a freshman before seeing their role on the team gradually increase to the point they were regular contributors or even stars by the time they were juniors or seniors. It was like an assembly line and for a program like Pitt that doesn’t often attract five-star talent, it was a perfect model.That has rapidly changed the past couple of years. Pitt lost four seniors from last season’s team — all of whom started — saw five players transfer and another was dismissed from the program. Replacing them are seven freshmen and two junior-college transfers, as well as a graduate transfer who is averaging about two points per game through 18 games. The identity of this team, if nothing else, is its youth. And, unfortunately for the Panthers, being defined by that youth also means being defined by a lot of what comes with that youth, especially since only one of their seven freshmen was more than a three-star recruit.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe D.O.: The Panthers are 0-5 in ACC play and the team’s closest loss was by 14 points. What has been the biggest liability? What strengths has this team tried to build on?C.M.: There’s a lot that has plagued them. Their offense has been putrid for almost the entirety of ACC play. They’re 235th of 351 Division I teams in adjusted offensive efficiency, by far the worst mark in the ACC, with only Georgia Tech within 125 spots of them on that ranking.They’re not particularly good defensively, either, especially down low. That’s probably their biggest liability at this point, as senior forward Ryan Luther is out for the remainder of the season with a foot injury. In the month the team has been without him, it has really struggled to generate any kind of offense from the five position or stop opponents in any meaningful way.The ease with which some teams get to the basket, even with small guards like Miami’s Chris Lykes (all 5-7 of him), is astonishing. If they have a strength, it’s probably their ability to get to the free-throw line, which is incredibly helpful for a team that has trouble creating offense. And while they’re not a great 3-point shooting team (241st in Division I at 33.4 percent) their offense is built largely around 3s, so if they get hot as they did against Virginia Tech, they could potentially be a problem.The D.O.: Pitt head coach Kevin Stallings made national headlines when he mocked Louisville’s recruiting scandal on Jan. 2, telling the UofL crowd at the end of a big loss, “At least we didn’t pay our kids $100K.” What has been the fallout of that — if any?C.M.: There hasn’t been too much fallout from it, aside from the initial furor that surrounded it. Somewhat surprisingly to me, he received a good deal of praise locally in Pittsburgh for doing so (not from the athletic department, which didn’t make any kind of public comment on it). By the time games started the following night, the story had largely faded into the background until it came out about 24 hours later that a Louisville media member got a text from Rick Pitino referring to Stallings as a “jackass.”I can understand in some ways why Stallings reacted the way he did. It’s been a really difficult season for him, his family was sitting behind the team’s bench as Stallings and his team were being heckled, and his brother, who was the best man at his wedding, was being buried the next day after dying over the holidays.What he said also wasn’t that reckless, as Louisville, along with Adidas, did offer Brian Bowen and his family $100,000. I don’t think the question is over the accuracy of what he said, though. It’s whether a Division I coach should be saying something like that.The D.O.: Which team wins and why?C.M.: I’ll go with Syracuse. I think the experience of going into a 30-something-thousand seat arena that notoriously affects the depth perception of visiting shooters would have been difficult enough for this young team anyway, but without Luther and given the way they have played of late, most recently losing by 15 to what might be the second-worst ACC team in Georgia Tech, they don’t stand much, if any, chance.Opposing bigs have had a field day against Pitt in Luther’s absence and I don’t see Oshae Brissett being any different. Given his presence and the way Syracuse blocks shots, I don’t see Pitt getting anything offensively near the basket and they’re not nearly good enough of a shooting team to make up for that void in points.The D.O.: What didn’t we ask that Syracuse fans should be thinking about for the game?C.M.: If I had to pick one thing, it’s how different Pitt will function offensively against Syracuse without Luther. If they had him, I think they would have been able to do a lot of inside-out action with him, bringing him up to the high post and have him try to dissect the Orange’s defense from there.As a smart, experienced player with a good outside shot for a 6-foot-9 big, he would have been capable of doing that and I would have given Pitt much more of a chance to win. Without him, Pitt doesn’t have anything close to that, which makes me think they’re mostly going to try to work it around the perimeter and maybe try some dribble penetration with freshman point guard Marcus Carr, who is averaging more than three turnovers per game on the season. Comments Published on January 15, 2018 at 9:59 pm Contact Sam: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Sam4TR Facebook Twitter Google+
UPDATED: DELUDED INVESTORS STILL standing by crooked businessman Francois de Dietrich are in for a shock today.For donegaldaily.com can reveal the on-the-run thief has a string of convictions for fraud, as cops throughout the European Union began a hunt for him.In fact his criminal record is so extensive, one investigator told us: “The man’s middle name should be ‘Fraudster’.” The shocking revelations will stun those few people in Donegal who still believed the one-time Ballybofey bigwig was a man of his word who would give cash back to them.One source who has been reliable throughout donegaldaily.com’s lengthy investigations in Monsieur de Dietrich told us last night: “Incredibly there are still a few people who believe in this man, such was his power.“Some people are making excuses for him, saying that even his court case this week didn’t mean he was a criminal.“Unfortunately de Dietrich has a very very long criminal record in his native France for ripping people off. He is a thoroughly dishonest person and the sooner people realise that the better.” The crook behind the get-rich-scheme which has left Donegal investors more than €20 million out of pocket was jailed for 18 months yesterday for contempt – but as he wasn’t in court, a European-wide warrant was issued for his arrest.Judge Deeney told the court: “I’m satisfied beyond reasonable doubt that this was a deliberate contempt on the part of the first defendant (de Dietrich) who is seeking to evade his obligation to obey an order of the court and indeed his statutory obligation to respond to legitimate requests for information from the Financial Services Authority.“There are very large sums of money involved. The current freezing order of the court exceeds £20 million.”Dozens of people on both sides of the Irish border fear they may have lost millions of pounds in investments they made in liquidated stock through de Dietrich.Members of the business community, sporting figures and even travellers are thought to have been handed over money. Court proceedings launched by the FSA led to an injunction banning de Dietrich and his company ETIC Solutions from taking any more deposits.The regulatory body also obtained an initial order freezing £6.8m in assets linked to the businessman and later increased in £20.2m.But lawyers for the FSA argued that he had only revealed details of assets held in the UK, Republic of Ireland and Estonia.* There will be more stories throughout the weekend FRANCOIS REVELATIONS: CROOK HAS LENGTHY CRIMINAL RECORD IN FRANCE, EU-WIDE ARREST WARRANT ISSUED was last modified: January 29th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)