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Dillsboro, In. — Dillsboro Police Chief Ryan Brandt has resigned and will continue to serve as a school resource officer. Brandt joined the department as a reserve in 1989 and became the first full-time officer in 2001.Brandt will return to South Dearborn High School where he graduated to serve as school resource officer.Dillsboro town council has named Josh Cady as the new Police Chief.
Both sides had a player carried from the pitch on a stretcher, Everton’s Tom Cleverley in clear pain after being felled by Eric Dier and Mousa Dembele following a bizarre self-inflicted injury. Tottenham’s dominance was apparent early on as Nacer Chadli dazzled down the left, teeing up Nabil Bentaleb only to see a tame shot scuffed wide of the right post. There was panic in the Spurs defence when Kyle Walker gave the ball away to Cleverley and it took a fine save by Hugo Lloris to keep out the ensuing shot. Everton should have slipped behind in the 24th minute but Howard stuck out his left leg to stop Kane, who only had the visiting keeper to beat after collecting a superb pass by Mason. It was then Mason who was denied by Howard, with Chadli the provider once more and the American then steered an Alderweireld header over the crossbar. Cleverley went down under a heavy tackle by Dier, his right ankle caught between the legs of the Spurs defender, and he was carried from the pitch his injured leg in a brace. Somehow Everton cleared their lines despite being repeatedly bamboozled by the quick feet of Dembele, but then the Belgium playmaker became the second player to be taken away by medics. Even upon viewing replays it was unclear exactly how Dembele had been hurt, although his right boot appeared to clip his left Achilles after passing the ball in what was a self-inflicted injury. Press Association Harry Kane, Ryan Mason and Toby Alderweireld were kept at bay by Howard in the first half, although Kane should have finished his one on one with the American goalkeeper. Spurs, who named Erik Lamela on the bench, only had themselves to blame for not grabbing all three points in a dominant second half that saw chance after chance squandered. Dier had escaped a booking for his tackle on Cleverley but referee Mike Jones reached for the yellow card when he body-checked Ross Barkley. The pressure was building on Everton’s goal and it took some desperate scrambling defence and a skied shot by Chadli to keep the match goalless. Romelu Lukaku was making his presence felt with a couple of dubious challenges and the visitors could have taken the lead only for Arouna Kone to steer a glancing header wide. The chances dried up for Spurs in the closing stages, in part thanks to the arrival from the bench of the tenacious Steven Naismith, who brought renewed fight to Everton’s rearguard action. TWEET OF THE MATCH “Spurs 0-0 Everton. If they had played for another 90 mins it would still be nil nil #GoalShy.” – former Newcastle and Coventry striker Micky Quinn was left unimpressed by the two teams. https://twitter.com/mickquinn1089/status/637692590289235968 – @mickquinn1089 PLAYER RATINGS Tottenham Hugo Lloris: 6 (out of 10) Kyle Walker: 6 Danny Rose: 5 Toby Alderweireld: 6 Jan Vertonghen: 6 Nabil Bentaleb: 5 Ryan Mason: 5 Harry Kane: 5 Eric Dier: 5 Mousa Dembele: 6 Nacer Chadli: 7 Subs Dele Alli: 5 Alex Pritchard: 5 Everton Tim Howard: 8 John Stones: 6 Phil Jagielka: 6 Bryan Oviedo: 6 Arouna Kone: 6 Romelu Lukaku: 6 Tom Cleverley: 7 James McCarthy: 5 Gareth Barry: 6 Ross Barkley: 7 Seamus Coleman: 6 Subs Kevin Mirallas: 5 Steven Naismith: 7 Gerard Deulofeu: 5 STAR PLAYER Howard: Kept Everton in the hunt with a string of fine saves in the first half, the pick of which was the outstretched left foot that denied Kane. MOMENT OF THE MATCH Kane: Howard will feel pride at the reflexes that prevented Kane from converting a one on one, but the Tottenham striker should really have done better. VIEW FROM THE BENCH Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino will view this as two points dropped and cut an increasingly frustrated figure as his side missed chance after chance. Everton rode their luck and Roberto Martinez will see it as a lucky point. MOAN OF THE MATCH Four games into the new season and Tottenham are still searching for their first win. The pressure is growing on Pochettino. WHO’S UP NEXT Sunderland v Tottenham (Premier League, Sunday 13 September) Everton v Chelsea (Premier League, Saturday 12 September) Pochettino was happy with Tottenham’s performance but admitted Spurs need to start taking their chances. He told Sky Sports: “He (Tim Howard) was the clear man of the match. We created a lot of good chances and as a team we were better, but we needed to score. “I think it is important we showed we are a good team, that we showed character. I am happy with the performance and disappointed with the result.” Martinez was pleased with the point, saying: “It was a really satisfying performance. It was the type of game where you need to adapt early in the season and today was clearly that. “We had to find character, it was about never giving in, and in spells we looked like we didn’t have that sharpness in possession in the opposing half that we normally have, probably due to playing that extra-time game on Wednesday.” On Cleverley’s nasty-looking injury, Martinez added: “The doctor is a little bit more positive. It is clearly ligament damage but straight away we thought it could have been something else.” Tim Howard denied Tottenham their first Barclays Premier League win of the season with a string of superb saves that enabled Everton to leave White Hart Lane with a goalless draw. read more
FAB FRESHMEN: Loyola (Md.)’s Andrew Kostecka, Cam Spencer and Santi Aldama have combined to score 39 percent of the team’s points this season, including 51 percent of all Greyhounds scoring over the last five games.ACCURATE ANDREW: Kostecka has connected on 34.6 percent of the 127 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 3 of 10 over his last three games. He’s also made 83.8 percent of his free throws this season.WINLESS WHEN: Loyola (Md.) is 0-6 when scoring fewer than 62 points and 14-8 when scoring at least 62.ASSIST RATIOS: The Greyhounds have recently gotten buckets via assists more often than the Leopards. Lafayette has 32 assists on 71 field goals (45.1 percent) over its previous three outings while Loyola (Md.) has assists on 44 of 88 field goals (50 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: Loyola (Md.) has attempted 23.9 free throws per game this season, the 10th-highest rate in the country. Lafayette has gotten to the line far less frequently and is averaging only 13.6 foul shots per game (ranked 299th, nationally).___ Loyola seeks revenge on Lafayette Associated Press For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditLoyola (Md.) (14-14, 6-9) vs. Lafayette (17-9, 9-6)Kirby Sports Center, Easton, Pennsylvania; Saturday, 2 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Loyola (Md.) seeks revenge on Lafayette after dropping the first matchup in Baltimore. The teams last played each other on Jan. 11, when the Leopards outshot Loyola (Md.) 40.6 percent to 35 percent and had five fewer turnovers en route to a three-point victory. February 20, 2020 read more
EA Sports has slowly been releasing details for “Madden NFL 21,” but one person got a head start and leaked some information that hasn’t been released yet.Twitter user Cameron Mertz tweeted several screenshots of Madden 21 on Monday before deleting them. In a response to Madden YouTuber RBT, Mertz says he “glitched into” the beta mode and that’s how he was able to take so many screenshots. EA Sports recently had a closed beta for Madden 21, but that was more focused on gameplay. RBT talked to Mertz about how he discovered the leak, and explained the process a bit in his new video. In short, the beta continued to receive updates even though it wasn’t accessible. And Mertz was able to find a way to get into the beta for a short period of time to see the main menu.MORE: Madden 21 release date & everything else you need to knowThe menu looks similar to the design pattern we’ve seen from official EA Sports releases for Madden 21 so far. It also features several items we already know about including Ultimate Team, Face of the Franchise and Superstar KO. But there’s a new item titled The Yard which has people intrigued.The Yard: An apparent new game mode coming to Madden 21 where you play 6v6 with your friends w/ “backyard rules” where you can improve your “superstar”. pic.twitter.com/jKHC7HRPAy— RBT (@SamuelBrownRBT) July 11, 2020The explanation for The Yard is as follows:A new take on Madden with backyard rules! Play 6v6 with your friends to earn unique rewards for your Superstar.MORE: Who are the 99 overall players in Madden 21?This seems similar to NBA 2K’s The Neighborhood or FIFA 20’s Pro Clubs. The Pro Clubs explanation is, “Pro clubs is an online mode in FIFA 20 that allows you to create a Virtual Pro player and play your position on the pitch with teammates in a true representation of online [soccer].” Since EA Sports creates FIFA and Madden, it shouldn’t be a stretch to think they’d create a similar game mode for their NFL vide game. The only snag is it also seems odd EA Sports hasn’t officially announced this game mode yet. It’s possible it could be a later feature added in, like Superstar KO was in Madden 20. Sporting News reached out to EA Sports for comment, but did not receive a response.While some may see this new potential game mode and get upset that EA Sports isn’t fixing franchise mode, many others are excited. It looks like a fun, new creative mode that adds something different to the Madden library. Much like Superstar KO in Madden 20, it’s fun to get something new in a video game franchise that’s remained consistent for so many years.One smaller observation from the leaked screenshot is that there is no Exhibition Mode. It’s not clear if that mode is accessible somewhere else, or if the mode just hasn’t been updated to the menu. It would be shocking if EA Sports simply removed it, and that honestly doesn’t even feel like it’s a possibility. read more
Facebook16Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston County ChamberOn March 26, 2020, the Thurston Regional Economic Task Force — represented by a growing number of partners, including the City of Lacey, City of Olympia, City of Tumwater, City of Yelm, Experience Olympia & Beyond, Olympia Downtown Alliance, Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council, Port of Olympia, Thurston County Chamber, Thurston County, Thurston Economic Development Council and local Tribal Nations — convened to create the COVID-19 Economic Recovery Initiative to provide information to workers and employers in Thurston County. The Task Force named this initiative Thurston Strong.Thurston Strong is committed to developing and coordinating a multi-faceted response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and its specific impacts to and throughout our broader Thurston County Community. Thurston Strong will share this information through the website, ThurstonStrong.org and through periodic email updates to subscribers and occasional press releases.“This is a difficult period for our community, and we want you to know, you’re not alone,” said Michael Cade, Executive Director at the Thurston Economic Development Council and a member of the task force. “We want impacted businesses and workers to know that community-based organizations and Thurston County municipalities are coming together to figure out how we can reduce impacts today and position ourselves for a quick and effective recovery in the months ahead,” he said.“We will endeavor to provide local businesses and impacted workers relevant information through this resource site and other means as events unfold,” said David Schaffert, President/CEO of the Thurston County Chamber. “We’re working fast to bring you information as we learn about it, so please forgive any errors or omissions and be sure to share with us any resources or solutions you think could help others. Together, we will make it through this,” he said.Stay up to date at ThurstonStrong.org. read more