Mesut Ozil misses Arsenal’s clash against Leicester City through injury

first_img Metro Sport ReporterSunday 28 Apr 2019 12:18 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link177Shares Mesut Ozil misses Arsenal’s clash against Leicester City through injury Advertisement Mesut Ozil is sidelined with a foot injury (Getty Images)Mesut Ozil has missed Arsenal’s clash against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on Sunday due to a foot injury.The 30-year-old has already missed 15 Premier League matches this season having suffered from separate back and knee injuries, while he has also found himself out of favour under Unai Emery.Ozil has featured prominently in Arsenal’s recent matches, though, playing the full 90 minutes during their Premier League defeats to Crystal Palace and Wolves over the seven days.However, he adds to Arsenal’s list of absentees in what could prove an important game in the club’s top-four pursuit with Aaron Ramsey and Nacho Monreal also ruled out.ADVERTISEMENT Comment Advertisement Unai Emery has made three changes to his Arsenal side (Getty Images)Earlier this month, Emery admitted he was pleased with Ozil, saying: ‘He is working very well and playing well. He is helping us. I am very happy with him.’AdvertisementAdvertisementAlthough Ozil misses out on Arsenal’s game against Leicester, top-scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is back in the side after overcoming a sinus problem which ruled him out against Wolves.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘Mesut and Nacho cannot play today,’ Emery told Sky Sports.‘Laurent Koscielny is on the bench because he didn’t train on Friday. He’s not ready to play 90 minutes.’Emery has made three changes to his side in total with Sead Kolasinac, Shkodran Mustafi and Aubameyang replacing Laurent Koscielny, Monreal and Ozil.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenallast_img read more

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Softball: Badgers batter Valparaiso, score 21 runs in double-header sweep

first_imgIn an otherwise foggy day at the Goodman Diamond Wednesday afternoon, the Badgers had clear vision in the batter box, combining for 21 runs in a two game mercy-rule sweep of Valparaiso.The first game between the Badgers (16-20, 1-7 Big Ten) and Valparaiso (8-25, 2-6 Horizon) looked promising at the start for the Crusaders, as the visitors took a 2-0 lead following a two-run homerun by infielder Mollie Lindeman in the top of the second inning. In the final three frames, Wisconsin pitcher Mariah Watts took command on the mound, shutting Valpo out for the remainder of the game.The Badgers’ bats came alive in the bottom of the third inning as second baseman Megan Tancill started a three-run frame off with a single, eventually scoring with a single by outfielder Maria Van Abel to tie the game at two apiece. A subsequent defensive error by the Crusaders and RBI double by catcher Chloe Miller put the Badgers up 3-2, a lead they would not relinquish for the remainder of the game.After failing to score and stranding three runners on base in the top of the fourth inning, Wisconsin put the dagger in any chance of a Valpo comeback with a 7-run inning in the bottom of the frame. Leading the charge for Wisconsin was a bases-clearing triple by Tancill to extend the lead to 6-2, followed by designated hitter Marissa Mersch’s two-RBI double, making it 8-2.Wisconsin added on two more runs to end the frame at 10-2, a lead they held on to in the five inning mercy rule win. Watts picked up her team-leading seventh win of the season.After an inconsistent offensive stretch for the Badgers in several March road trips, head coach Yvette Healy believes a return to the Goodman Diamond was exactly what her team needed to get back on track.“It’s been fun to be at home. I think since we’ve been here, we’ve been swinging the bats really well, running bases well, and it’s been a team effort, not just one kid,” Healy said. “We’re excited to see the ball fly and see people run bases, and anytime you can put up runs, especially in front of your home fans, it’s fun.”Pitcher Taylor-Paige Stewart took the mound for the Badgers as they aimed to take home the doubleheader sweep. Stewart confidently blazed through Valpo’s first three hitters for a perfect opening inning with consecutive strikeouts.The Crusaders’ starting pitcher Taylor Weissenhofer found herself in an early hole after a combination of command issues with pitch placement and defensive miscues in the field. Following a walk to first-baseman Stefanni LaJeunesse with the bases loaded, the Badgers took an early lead. Later in the inning, an error by shortstop Stephanie Moreno allowed two additional runs to score. A bases-loaded walk gave the Badgers a four-run lead despite only one ball leaving the infield during the frame.Continuing her dominance on the mound, Stewart allowed just one base runner through two innings on one walk, recording seven strikeouts in the process to leave Valpo hitless and scoreless.Wisconsin recorded just its fourth homerun of the season in the bottom of the second after Miller cleared the left field fence for a commanding 5-0 lead. Despite a fast offensive start, the homerun was only the second hit of the game for the Badgers.Valpo’s first legitimate offensive threat came in the top of the third after a single by Moreno and two consecutive walks with two outs loaded up the bases. With the shutout hanging in the balance, Stewart managed to force an infield popup to get Wisconsin out of the jam.Stewart, who finished her outing with 11 strikeouts, is no stranger to the unpredictable Madison weather and credited her previous playing experience to not allowing the misty and cold conditions affect one of her strongest performances on the season.“I think with this being my third year here, you just learn how to adjust,” Stewart said. “Definitely as a freshman, it was a factor and a variable you start thinking about more, but I think by junior year, you start warming up outside and figure out your adjustments early before the game. So when you get into game time, it shouldn’t affect you much.”The Badgers continued their offensive onslaught in the bottom of the third, tallying five more runs. Van Abel highlighted the frame with an RBI triple and Mersch later drove her home for an 8-0 lead. Later in the frame, a two-out RBI double by shortstop Ashley Van Zeeland followed a bunt-single by Briana Flagaur made it 10-0 before Weissenhofer could end the damage with a strikeout.Valpo’s Taylor Nadler found the gap in left center for an RBI single in the top of the fourth, putting the Crusaders on the board for the first time since the second inning of the first game, ending a six-inning scoring drought. After looking nearly untouchable in the first three frames, Stewart walked four batters in fourth, including two with the bases loaded, to cut Wisconsin’s lead down to 10-2 after three outs.A bases-loaded groundout by Miller tacked on an insurance run for the Badgers in the bottom of the fourth, which required Valpo to score at least two runs in their next frame to avoid their second consecutive mercy-rule loss of the day. Despite putting a runner in scoring position, Stewart closed out the 11-2 victory fittingly with a strikeout in a two-hit outing for her sixth win of the year.The Badgers are back in action this Friday at home against Iowa, with the first pitch of the series opener scheduled for 5 p.m.last_img read more

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Football: Gillins moves from quarterback to wide receiver for remainder of season

first_imgD.J. Gillins couldn’t take standing on the sidelines during Wisconsin football team games any longer.He craved to be out there with the Badgers, the team he had dutifully served during the week as the scout team’s quarterback.But he needed to find a way between the lines on game days.“I just wanted to help my teammates,” Gillins said.So, after calling his parents and weeks of deliberation, Gillins marched into head coach Paul Chryst’s office and said he wanted to move to wide receiver.At first, Chryst was hesitant about the switch, but green-lit his young quarterback’s proposal and said he respects him for wanting to help his team.“He’s a heck of a teammate, is what he is,” Chryst said. “You talk to the guys on our team, and they think the world of him — and I’m talking about young guys. I’m talking about guys in his class, but I’m also talking about our seniors.”Gillins entered fall camp competing with Bart Houston for the backup job behind Joel Stave, and Houston was the clear No. 2 by the start of the season.Who should be quarterback for Badgers in 2015?The 2014 Wisconsin football team won its first bowl game since 2009 this year, but their success in the Outback Read…Gillins said come springtime, he would be back at quarterback competing for the starting job next season. UW offensive coordinator Rudolph said to not read too much into the switch for long-term purposes.“I think he sees it as a way to make an impact this year,” Rudolph said.But that doesn’t mean Rudolph won’t enjoy having Gillins at his disposal now, saying Gillins looks like a natural at wide receiver.“I just love his competitiveness, his toughness [and] his strength,” Rudolph said. “He has great field strength and power. He’s got great energy about him right now.”Gillins said he’ll first try to get on the field through the special teams unit, and hopes to make plays on offense as well eventually.This isn’t the first time Gillins has played wide receiver in his life. As a freshman in high school, he was a wideout until the quarterback quit.Playing wide receiver can only help his knowledge of the offense, Gillins said, adding the many intangibles of running a route is what makes playing quarterback and wide receiver different.“You have to get the guy off of you, you have to run 10 yards [and] you have to be in one spot at a certain time,” Gillins said.Gillins can next see the field Saturday when the Badgers take on Illinois in Champaign. Kick off is set for 2:30 p.m.last_img read more

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Heisler: Lakers still No. 1 in Anthony Davis Derby, despite what others are saying

first_imgPelicans GM Dell Demps went days without returning Johnson’s calls, a breach of NBA manners that suggested how disinterested the Pelicans were, and how angry they are over what they can only regard as wanton tampering by the Lakers and LeBron.Magic finally tired of raising his own offers and withdrew, leaving a ringing silence with no other teams calling.Segue to summer.As involved as this far-flung, star-studded story is, some things remain clear:• Davis’ preferences will drive his part of this.Going all-out to make it happen now, A.D.’s people leaked the four teams he would consider signing with:The Lakers, with LeBron;The Clippers, dreaming of signing Kawhi Leonard and/or Kevin Durant;Milwaukee, alongside Giannis Antetokounmpo.New York, dreaming of signing K.D. and Kyrie Irving.The Lakers remain the favorites for A.D.Davis began this, hiring LeBron’s agent, Rich Paul, in case A.D. wanted to get to the Lakers.That meant asking New Orleans to trade him, which Davis wasn’t ready to do after last season’s 48-34 finish … until the Pelicans went south this season, showing how hard realizing his exalted career goals would be there.If this is still an open competition you can’t underestimate LeBron’s magnetism and ability to wheel and deal in plain sight while staying between the lines. Last week, he all but acknowledged his role in this, noting he loves being able to “put teams in position to compete for championships.”James tried for years to get other stars to join his Cavaliers without success, but he’s not in Cleveland anymore.• The Clippers are in this, big time.Showing how far they’ve come, they made A.D.’s list, suggesting they’re now seen as a prime destination under Steve Ballmer & Co., rather than a joke under Donald Sterling.Last week’s six-player trade essentially sent Tobias Harris to the 76ers for two first-round picks – after the Clippers learned they were on A.D.’s list – to acquire assets to offer the Pelicans.This isn’t just about A.D. The Clippers have one max slot, can probably create a second one and could conceivably land multiple superstars … like the Lakers.The Clippers are pursuing the same superstars the Lakers are. Nor can the Lakers enjoy facing off against their own fabled icon, Jerry West, the Clippers consultant whom they never bothered to try to bring back, themselves.• Both local teams showed they were ready to blow off this season for the opportunity at hand.With Johnson offering six players and two first-round picks, literally half his roster, and all their names in the papers – Kyle Kuzma, Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Rajon Rondo, Lance Stephenson, Michael Beasley – the Lakers were out on their feet in a 42-point loss in Indianapolis, amid reports of angry words between embattled Coach Luke Walton and veterans Javale McGee and Beasley.Fans on the road crooned “LeBron’s going to trade you,” as Lakers shot free throws.Johnson then flew to Philadelphia to meet the team, where he will encourage all to be professional about finishing the season … after which, of course, half of them will be gone.In other words, good luck, guys, while you’re still here.Meanwhile, Clippers coach Doc Rivers got the word from upstairs that this season’s gallant run was over.“I guess the good news there is being an eighth seed, seventh seed or sixth seed is not our goal in the long run,” said Rivers, swallowing hard. “We want to be champions.”So this season was fun while it lasted, assuming you’re not Walton.• The Knicks are in the hunt for A.D., too, kind of.K.D. and Irving, who are pals, have reportedly mused about joining forces there for months.Now with A.D.’s people telling everyone Kyrie won’t stay in Boston, the Knicks leaped into action, dumping their adored Kristaps Porzingis to clear cap space.Lending credence to the scenario, the amiable K.D. went nine days without talking, then railed at the press for speculating about him and the Knicks … having started it by turning down a $150 million extension for a one-year deal after winning two titles with the Warriors.“Y’all come in here every day, ask me about free agency, ask my teammates, my coaches,” he said. “You rile up the fans about it. … What’s the problem? What am I doing to y’all?”Meanwhile, Irving, who said he would stay in Boston, now refuses to deny reports he might leave, instead noting, “I don’t owe anybody (anything).”The Knicks are also drooling at the thought of getting A.D., but that’s only possible if they draw the No. 1 pick for Williamson, who they could then trade to New Orleans.Even with their NBA-worst record, the new anti-tanking odds leave the Knicks with only a 14 percent chance at the No. 1 pick.• The Celtics aren’t likely to pursue A.D. for long.The Pelicans have a fallback plan if they can’t get Jayson Tatum: Take other young Celtics such as Jaylen Brown and Terry Rozier with the cream of GM Danny Ainge’s collection of first-round picks.However, the Celtics, who long dreamed of Davis, expected him to welcome their interest. Instead, his people made it clear A.D. doesn’t want to play there, with horror stories leaking from everywhere, including Anthony Davis Sr., who said – unfairly – that the Celtics mistreated Isaiah Thomas … whom they traded for Irving.Under these circumstances, Ainge isn’t likely to offer a boatload of assets, the more so with the risk of losing Kyrie.• The Pelicans are eyeing Williamson as avidly as any NBA player.With a 40-inch vertical leap at 6-foot-6, 285 pounds in stocking feet, the Duke star is stirring rare excitement … even as scouts debate how well he can play inside with an 8-7 standing reach, less than some point guards.Unfortunately, their goal of getting him can only come to fruition if Williamson goes to a team that would trade him, such as the Knicks.The other teams best positioned to draw the top pick (Cavaliers, Hawks, Suns) are rebuilding and would keep Zion.• LaVar Ball is still out of his gourd.Related Articles This just in: With the Pelicans adamant about waiting until summer, there was no A.D. Derby to fall out of.Of course, the Pelicans aren’t the only ones upset at seeing the Lakers close in on Davis. The entire NBA, all other agents and, by proxy, many other press outlets were rooting for them to fail … but not doing the impossible isn’t failing.Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.Johnson had no shot but went all-out anyway since A.D. and LeBron were dying to do it now … with Magic willing even to forego the chance of adding another star this summer with the maximum salary slot he would lose by trading for A.D. now.Nothing has changed. The Lakers were in the best position before and remain so as long as they’re A.D.’s top preference.From the moment Davis dropped the big one on them, the Pelicans wanted to wait until the summer when all teams could bid, including Boston with its array of prospects and first-round draft picks … and they would also then know who won the lottery for Duke phenom Zion Williamson to see if they could get him. Portland star Damian Lillard (knee) to miss Game 5 vs. Lakers Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook and other NBA stars pay tribute to Kobe Bryant On Mamba Night, the Lakers make short work of Blazers to take 3-1 series lead Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img With everyone talking about their preferences, there was no way we weren’t going to hear LaVar’s … although his son is a mildly accomplished, second-year player and no one cares what either of them prefers.“We want to be in L.A., but if he’s traded I don’t want Lonzo in New Orleans,” LaVar told ESPN. “Phoenix is the best fit for him and I am going to speak it into existence.”Unfortunately for LaVar, the Pelicans not only like Lonzo, they reached their zenith last season when they were starting two point guard alongside each other, Jrue Holiday and Rondo.Speak away, LaVar. We’ve got a few months to kill and everyone will enjoy the laughs.Mark Heisler has written an NBA column since 1991 and was honored with the Naismith Hall of Fame’s Curt Gowdy Award in 2006. His column is published Sundays in Southern California News Group print editions. For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory Video: What LeBron James said about Jacob Blake … ‘Black people in America are scared’ No, the Lakers didn’t just blow it.An Anthony Davis trade was always going to happen in the summer, no matter what A.D., Magic Johnson, LeBron James, the press and the hordes on social media yearned for.It shouldn’t have been surprising that the deadline passed with A.D. stuck in New Orleans, but it was.Myriad media platforms – although none of the mainstays doing first-hand reporting – said the Lakers had fallen out of the A.D. Derby, pointing fingers at Magic Johnson, even asking how long he’ll run the Lakers.last_img read more

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(Updated: Wednesday, 4 p.m.) 2014 Sumner County Fair Results

first_imgGARDENRed Potatoes – 1.  Cooper Boyles, Conway Springs  2. Colby Barton, Belle Plaine  3. Megan Blubaugh, Geuda Springs.White Potatoes – 1. Megan Blubaugh, Geuda Springs  2. Colby Barton, Belle Plaine.Tomatoes -  1. Wesley Weishaar, Argonia.Cherry Tomatoes -  1. Colby Barton, Belle Plaine   2. Matt Pryce, Wellington.Onions -  1. Colby Barton, Belle Plaine  2. Lucy Boyles, Conway Springs  3. Cooper Boyles, Conway Springs.Summer Squash -  1. Addison Skaggs, Oxford  2. Colby Barton, Belle Plaine  3. Wesley Weishaar, Argonia.Cucumbers – 1.  Matt Pryce, Wellington  2.  Wesley Weishaar, Argonia.Sweet Peppers -  1.  Wesley Weishaar, Argonia.Hot Peppers – 1.  Wesley Weishaar, Argonia  2. Colby Barton, Belle Plaine.Green Beans – 1.  Lucy Boyles, Comway Springs  2. Cooper Boyles, Conway Springs.Other Vegetable – 1.  Addison Skaggs, Oxford  2.  Colby Barton,  Conway Springs. WOODWORK  (6 Entries)GRAND CHAMPION – (shelf) – Zane Zoglmann, Conway Springs            RESERVE CHAMPION – (coasters) Kari Farmer, Conway SpringsUnder 14 Years of AgeHousehold Article – 1.  Zane Zoglmann,  Conway SpringsHousehold Furniture – 1.  Cooper Boyles, Conway SpringsFarm or Shop -  1. Colby Barton, Belle Plaine14 Years and overHousehold Article – 1. Kari Farmer, Conway Springs  2. Grant Feeley, CaldwellHousehold Furniture -  1. Justin Brown, Caldwell SPACE TECH – (6 Entries)GRAND CHAMPION -  Gavin Beesley, Conway Springs            RESERVE CHAMPION – Zane Zoglmann, Conway SpringsAge 13 and youngerRocket from Kit (1-2 Yr. Experience) – 1. Zane Zoglmann, Conway SpringsRocket from Kit (3 or more Yrs. Experience) – 1. Aidan Beesley, Conway SpringsRocket from Kit (4 or more Yrs. Experience) -  1. Gavin Beesley, Conway SpringsOther Powered Vehicle – 1. Gavin Beesley, Conway SpringsRobotics – 1. Zane Zoglmann, Conway SpringsAge 14 and olderRocket from Original Materials (1-2 Yr. Experience) – 1. Grant Davis, Conway Springs SPECIAL CONTEST – JUNIOR DEPARTMENTBIGGEST WILD SUNFLOWER BLOSSOM – (4 Entries) Colt Schmidt,  Caldwell  2.  Nathan Gray,  Caldwell  3.  Cord Schmidt, Caldwell. CROPS & GARDEN  (26 Entries)GRAND CHAMPION – (Onions) Colby Barton, Belle PlaineRESERVE CHAMPION – (Tomatoes) Wesley Weishaar, Argonia GEOLOGY – (2 Entries)Basic -  1. Grace Bender, Conway SpringsIntermediate – 1. Molly Bender, Conway Springs Sumner Newscow report — The 2014 Sumner County Fair results are as follows: Grand Parade:      1st – Trailblazers 4-H Club  ($75)      2nd – Caldwell Jaynes ($50)      3rd  – Caldwell Czech Chapter ($35)Thanks to these Sand Pile contributors:            Cochran Real Estate & Auction, The Stock Exchange Bank, One Stop, C&K Auto, City of Caldwell, Home Lumber, Tim’s Body Shop, Impact Bank, Insurance Services, Inc., Caldwell Messenger, Dr. Harold Small, Steve’s Place, Moore’s Venture Foods, Schaeffer Mortuary, Nostalgia Nook, Caldwell Farmer’s Coop, KanOkla Networks, Red Barn Cafe, Straight Line Fence Co., Rod White Accounting, Flowers Plus, Liquor Locker, Caldwell Pharmacy, York’s Garage, Al & Treva MedlamDOMESTIC ARTS SPECIAL AWARDSOverall Grand Champion Wearing Apparel – Lorestine HembergerBest Miscellaneous Fancy Work over age 70 – Evelyn HeimermanBest Overall from Infant & Nursery, kGarments & Fancy Stiitch, and Household (not quilt) – Janet VandruffBest Overall Miscellaneous & Fram & Hanging Fancy Work – Cathy OsnerAll of the above were awarded $15 Walmart Gift CardsQuilts:Grand Champion Quilt ( participant over age 70)– Lorestine HembergerGrand Champion Quilt (participant under age 70)—Linda SmithReserve Champion Quilt (participant under age 70)—Brenda AllenThe grand champion winners were awarded $25 gift certificates to the Quilt Shop in Conway Springs, and the reserve champion received a $20 gift certificate to the Quilt Shop.Crafts Department Results:Cooper Bales 1BlueMakenna Beesley 2 Blues, 3 Reds, 1 WhiteLucy Boyles 3BIvy Berline 1WRozalyn Zogleman 1W, 1BMolly ender 2RGrace Bender 2R, !BMary Swett 1B, 2RBethany Swett 3B, 1R, Reserve Grand Champion Junior DivisionAdley Mayo 1B, 2RJace Baker 1RCole Theurer 1BAlex Carothers 1RColby Baiton 1RJody Furrh 3B, 4R, 1WBillie Shaffer 3B, 3RMatt Pyrce 3B, 1R, 1WJagger Turek 1B Grand Champion Junior DivisionDelaney Mayo 1B, 1RZane Zogleman 1WMicah Mayo 1RCassadity Chase 1B, 1R, 1WGavin Beesley 2B, 1R, 1WGrace Theurer 5BAidan Beesley 2B, 4RMary Weber 4B, 1WSamantha Taton 1RTessa Ohnemiller 1B, 1WJadon Ohnemiller 2B, 2R, 1WKylee Dvorak 2B, 2WVictoria Swett 2B, 1ROlivia Friend 1B, 1WCase mcAdams 1BSammie Strand 1, 3RSam Futhey 1RAdult Crafts:Mitch Day 1BLacy Turek 2B  Grand Champion Adult DivisionLarry Rader 1B Reserve Champion Adult DivisionBrooke Kuehny 1B, 1RMEDALLION CLUES AND EXPLANATION:  Prize for finding the medallion is $100.Clue 1:  Up the trail follow the herd, it’s medallion time – spread the word!                  The medallion is along the Chisholm Trail.Clue 2:  Take the bull by the horns, but avoid a stampede.  A few more steps are all you need. (The bull refers to the one at the Stock Exchange Bank. It is hidden a few steps from there.)Clue 3:  It’s clear to see its resting place.  It’s as plain as the nose on your face.            (It’s wrapped in Saran Wrap.)Clue 4:  Johnny will lead you right to the prize.  Look!  It’s right before your eyes!            (Johnny refers to Johnny Bench, and it’s hidden beneath the bench.)Clue 5:  A farmer’s tool is here as well; he needs it for his crop to sell.            (The farmer’s tool is a tractor which is on the bench in front of the Messenger.)MEDALLION WAS FOUND BY ALICIA SHAFFER AFTER CLUE 5 WAS POSTED.Clue 6:  The medallion has been put to bed; use this info and you will be led.            (“Put to bed” refers to completing a newspaper and getting it ready for printing.  It’s in front of the Messenger office.)Clue 7:  Hey, hot rod!  Have a seat.  To win that prize would sure be neat!            (The hot rod is also a cut out on the bench.)Clue 8:  Don’t shoot the Messenger, just have a chair. Beneath the bench, it’s hidden there!            (The chair is the bench in front of the Messenger.  The medallion was taped to the bottom of the bench.JUNIOR DIVISION CROPS, GARDEN, WOODWORK, SPACE TECH,FLOWERS, ENTOMOLOGY, GOELOGY, BOOTHS AND  BANNERS25 Exhibitors……..53 Exhibits……..$113.50 PremiumsSuperintendent:  Nina Ward     Asst.  Quinci Hiedemancenter_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments BOOTHS & BANNERS – (3 Entries)GRAND CHAMPION – (Booth) Cardinals 4-H Club,  Conway Springs            RESERVE CHAMPION – (Booth) Wheat Capital Kids 4-H Club, WellingtonYouth Booths – 1. Cardinals 4-H Club,  Conway Springs  2.  Wheat Capital Kids 4-H Club,WellingtonBanners – 1.  Trailblazers 4-H Club,  Caldwell  Follow us on Twitter. ENTOMOLOGY – (1 Entry)Introductory – 1.  Wesley Weishaar, Argonia EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT – (9 Entries)Educational Display Boards – 1. Cooper Boyles, Conway Springs  2. Makenna Beesley, Conway Springs  3. Gavin Beesley, Conway SpringsEducational Posters – 1. Gavin Beesley,  Conway Springs  2. Aidan Beesley, Conway Springs3. Makenna Beesley, Conway SpringsCreative Educational Exhibit – 1. Trey Strnad and Jadon Brown, Caldwelllast_img read more

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Villa sign Egypt winger Mahmoud ‘Trezeguet’ Hassan

first_img0Shares0000Mahmoud ‘Trezeguet’ Hassan (C) celebrates scoring the opening goal of the Africa Cup of Nations in EgyptLONDON, United Kingdom, Jul 24 – Aston Villa announced the signing of Egypt winger Mahmoud ‘Trezeguet’ Hassan from Turkish club Kasimpasa for a reported fee of £8.75 million ($Sh1.1bn) on Wednesday.The 24-year-old scored one goal in four appearances at the Africa Cup of Nations and becomes the Birmingham club’s ninth signing of the transfer window. Known as “Trezeguet”, Hassan has previously enjoyed stints at Anderlecht and Mouscron in Belgium after starting his career with Egypt’s Al Ahly.“We’re really excited to work with ‘Trez’. I’ve watched him a number of times,” said Villa head coach Dean Smith.“He’s the type of wide player that we have been looking for who is direct, causes problems for the opposition in the final third and scores goals.”The club will now chase international clearance and a work visa for their latest recruit.Villa have already signed former loan stars Kortney Hause and Tyrone Mings on permanent deals, and set a new club transfer record to bring in striker Wesley Moraes from Club Brugge for a reported £22.Aston Villa start their Premier League campaign away at Tottenham on August 10.0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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