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Jaymelyn “Cody” Dunaway July 11, 1988 – June 5, 2020

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first_imgJaymelyn “Cody” Dunaway, age 31 of Versailles, Indiana passed away peacefully in her home, Friday, June 5, 2020. Born July 11, 1988 daughter of James Sherrill and Teri (Riley) Rine in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.Cody is survived by her parents, James Sherrill, Teri Rine, her children Brycen Riley, Makayla Howell, Leah Howell, Shaelyn Dunaway, Hailee Dunaway, her nephew Ryan Hancock and her niece Shelbi Hancock. Paternal granddaughter of Barb Hamilton, maternal granddaughter of Jaryl and Janette Riley, sister of Amanda Heath, Eric (Katie) Hancock, Heather (Keith) Hughes and Taryn Barnes.Cody is preceded in death by her paternal grandparents Alma and James Sherril and sister Raven Reece.Visitation will be held Tuesday, June 9, 2020 from 11:00 A.M. until time of funeral service at 1:00 P.M. with Brother Ron Stinson officiating all at Jackman Hensley Funeral Home 215 Broadway Street Harrison, Ohio 45030.Memorials may be directed to Cody’s children c/o the funeral home.last_img read more

Dorothy M. McDaniel, 82, Metamora

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first_imgDorothy M. McDaniel, age 82, of Metamora, Indiana died late Wednesday night July 29, 2020 at Reid Health in Richmond, Indiana.Born August 28, 1937 in Franklin County, Indiana she was the daughter of the late Neal & Mabel (Hughes) Roberts.  On December 24, 1958 she was united in marriage to Charles Edward McDaniel Sr., and he preceded her in death on November 14, 2007.She was a member of Trinity Full Gospel Holiness Church in Metamora.  She loved the Lord and attended church all of her life.Survivors include eight children, Charles McDaniel of Metamora, Indiana, Bob McDaniel of Greensburg, Indiana, Brenda (Barry) Sturgeon of Connersville, Indiana, Geneva (Tommy) Roberts of Laurel, Indiana, Donald McDaniel of Metamora, Indiana, Donna (Pat) Stone of Osgood, Indiana, Mike (Wanda) McDaniel of Laurel, Indiana and James (Gracie) McDaniel of Brookville, Indiana;  fifteen grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Margaret (Tom) Creech of Greensburg, Indiana, Nancy (Walter) Mullins of Brookville, Indiana, Betty Thomas of Metamora, Indiana; five brothers, Claude Roberts of Laurel, Indiana, Marvin Roberts of Laurel, Indiana and Rufus Roberts of Metamora, Indiana, Daniel (Kathy) Rpberts pfBatesville, Indiana and David (Hazel) Roberts of Batesville, Indiana; as well as a dear friend, Erma Wilson of Metamora, Indiana.In addition to her parents, and husband Charles, she was preceded in death by a sister, Teresa Thomas; two brothers, John & Paul Roberts, a grandson, Jeremy Stone, two great-grandsons, Chandler Smith and Findley Speers.Tony Stidham will officiate the Funeral Services on Monday, August 3, 2020, 11:00 A.M., at Trinity Full Gospel Holiness Church, 20015 Haytown Road, Metamora, Indiana.  Burial will follow in Cupps Chapel Cemetery in Metamora, Indiana.Family & friends may visit from 3:00 till 6:00 P.M. on Sunday, August 2, 2020 at Trinity Full Gospel Holiness Church in Metamora.Memorial contributions may be directed to St. Jude Children’s Hospital.  The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home are honored to once again serve the McDaniel family.  To sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .last_img read more

McGeady has X-factor – O’Neill

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first_img That quality may be just what is required if the Republic are to break down what is sure to be the massed ranks of the Gibraltar rearguard in Dublin on Saturday evening. Allen Bula’s men managed to frustrate Poland for much of the opening 45 minutes of their opening qualifier last month with O’Neill adamant that the full-time scoreline of 7-0 did not fairly reflect just how difficult they had made life for the Poles. He said: “We have to try everything. We have try to keep possession of the ball and try to move it quickly enough so that we are creating openings. “In the early stages of the match, Gibraltar were happy for Poland just to have the ball and Poland certainly for the first 15 minutes until the got the goal, played largely in front of Gibraltar, and Gibraltar were quite happy. “We have to try to make in-roads into breaking them down.” The 28-year-old Everton winger produced a moment of sublime brilliance to hand the Republic a priceless Euro 2016 qualifier victory in Georgia last month just when his country needed him the most to leave team-mates and spectators stunned. Like many flair players, consistency has been an issue over the years, but having seen his contribution in Tbilisi at close hand, defender Marc Wilson is looking for more of the same from a man with Jekyll and Hyde tendencies. Aiden McGeady continues to play the dual role of magician and frustrator-in-chief as he prepares to win his 71st Republic of Ireland cap. Wilson said: “You see Aiden in training every day and any time I have trained with him, he can be a magician or he can drive you mad sometimes. “But he is a great lad and he’s got great ability. It just so happens on the night, he showed a bit of magic and scored that great goal for us.” Ireland manager Martin O’Neill, of course, knows McGeady well from their time together at Celtic and is only too aware of his twin capacities to thrill and disappoint. But there are signs that the Glasgow-born midfielder is starting to produce on a regular basis for both club and country with his move to the Barclays Premier League and a reunion with the Ulsterman perhaps key factors. Asked if he, like Wilson, was at times driven mad by McGeady, O’Neill said with a smile: “Absolutely. “Yesterday, he had the ball in the middle of the field, he tried to do a trick, he lost it and the other team went down and scored a goal. Aiden just shrugged and said, ‘Well, I’ll wait until Saturday’. “He’s a great player, a really great player. He has got the ability. I said before, he is the only player who could have scored the goal he did on the pitch, and it’s nice to have him. “He has that and sometimes he will drive you mad, but he has got just that X-factor.” Press Associationlast_img read more

Joseph’s 4-72 helps Windies hit back after Dickson ton

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first_imgWEST INDIES 1st innings 265Kent 1st innings (o/n one for one)D. Bell-Drummond c wkp. Dowrich b Joseph 0S. Dickson c Joseph b Bishoo 142Z. Crawley c Powell b Joseph 62S. Billings run-out 25W. Gidman b Reifer 42A. Ball stp. wkp. Dowrich b Brathwaite 3A. Rouse b Brathwaite 0C. Haggett not out 29C. Hartley c Powell b Joseph 5A. Riley b Joseph 0M. Hunn not out 0Extras: (lb-6, nb-12, w-5) 23Total: (9 wkts decl., 93.2 overs) 331Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-182, 3-223, 4-259, 5-291, 6-295, 7-295, 8-328, 9-330.Bowling: Joseph 22-5-72-4, Cummins 22.2-6-58-0, Reifer 24-3-100-1, Bishoo 16-1-74-1, Brathwaite 9-3-21-2. CANTERBURY, England (CMC) – Alzarri Joseph’s four-wicket haul helped West Indies rein in Kent after the hosts threatened an imposing first-innings total on the second day of their three-day game here yesterday.The 20-year-old speedster claimed four for 72 as Kent, replying to West Indies’ 265 on Sunday’s opening day, declared in the day’s final over on 331 for nine.Opener Sean Dickson top-scored with 142 – his fourth first class hundred – while Zak Crawley struck 62, Will Gidman, 42 and Calum Haggett, an unbeaten 29.Occasional off-spinner Kraigg Brathwaite supported with two for 22 as the remainder of the Windies attack toiled without much success.Resuming the day on one for one, Dickson and Crawley posted a club record 182 for the second wicket as Kent cruised to 183 without further loss.Dickson faced 210 deliveries and struck 19 fours and three sixes while Crawley hit seven fours and a six in a 131-ball knock.Due to the pair’s enterprise, Kent moved to 106 for one at lunch and 236 for three at the second interval, with Dickson on 128.Unbeaten on 41 at lunch, Crawley was one of two wickets to fall in the second session, caught at first slip by Kieran Powell off Joseph.Captain Sam Billings made a breezy 25 off 29 balls with three fours and a six and added 40 with Dickson before he was run-out through good work by Shai Hope at mid-wicket.Dickson eventually fell about half-hour after tea, holing out on the long-off boundary off leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo at 259 for four.Gidman added 32 for the fifth wicket with Adam Ball (3) to push Kent up to 291 for four but Brathwaite made key strikes, knocking over Ball and Adam Rouse without scoring, as the hosts lost three wickets for four runs in quick time.Haggett, though, hung around for 44 balls to frustrate the tourists until Joseph struck in successive overs to finally put the innings on the ropes.last_img read more

Rahkeem Cornwall makes it to West Indies Test squad

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first_imgRAHKEEM Cornwall has finally made it to the West Indies Test squad. The 26-year-old hard-hitting off-spinning all-rounder was among the 13 men picked to play the two-match series against India starting on August 22.There was another highly-rated young player on the fringes, but fitness issues ruled him out. Alzarri Joseph, who was part of the team that beat England earlier this year and also made a splash in the IPL, is still recovering from injury.This series will mark both India and West Indies’ debut in the World Test championship. At the World Cup, Chris Gayle mentioned that he might possibly want to play one more Test match before retiring but he has not been selected in this squad.Cornwall made his first-class debut in 2014 and has since become a regular for Leewards Islands, even captaining them earlier this year. He has 260 wickets from 55 first-class matches and finished as the leading bowler in the most recent regional four-day tournament.“Rahkeem has been performing consistently over a long period of time and has proved to be a match-winner, so we believe his elevation to the Test squad is merited at this time,” Robert Haynes, the head of CWI’s interim selection panel, said.“We believe he can provide an attacking option to our bowling attack with his sharp turn and extra bounce. He can also lend a bit of depth to the batting, so we are looking forward to him coming into the squad and making a valuable contribution.”Cornwall has also been part of several West Indies-A teams, including the one who played against India’s recently. Batting in the lower-middle order, he scored two half-centuries and picked up four wickets. He has a striking presence, standing over six feet tall, capable of hitting effortless sixes.Joseph, meanwhile, was last seen in the IPL where he picked up a record-breaking 6 for 12 on debut for Mumbai Indians but played only three matches before suffering a tear to his right arm.“Alzarri is undergoing remedial work and we are monitoring his recovery,” Haynes said. “But we do not think he is ready yet to last five days of a gruelling Test match. He represents a key part of West Indies future and we do not want to rush him back. We have two important series coming up later in the year in India and we want to be very careful how his recovery is managed.”The only other player missing out from the squad who beat England in the last Test series they played was left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican.SQUAD – Jason Holder (captain), Kraigg Brathwaite, Roston Chase, Darren Bravo, John Campbell, Shimron Hetmyer, Shai Hope, Shannon Gabriel, Rahkeem Cornwall, Keemo Paul, Shane Dowrich, Kemar Roach, Shamarh Brooks. (ESPN Cricinfo).last_img read more

GHPL coaches pleased with attachment opportunities in Europe

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first_imgCoaches of clubs in the Ghana Premier League seem to be very excited at the chance of upgrading their knowledge in Europe at the end of the season and they have commended the Ghana FA for the initiative.The incentive was announced by Ghana FA boss, Kurt Okraku, at the launch of the 2019/ 2020 Ghana Premier League season on December 21, 2019 at the Accra Sports Stadium and he explained that the opportunity would go to coaches of teams that finished in the top 6 places of the league at the end of the season.A sampling of opinions from some of the coaches in the league shows that they are happy with the chance and they are willing to work hard to be part of the group.Dreams FC head coach, Karim Zito:“Now, the stage has been set for the Premier League to go and learn something. I commend the FA for doing this to add value to the coaching profession in Ghana. So, we are all ready and we are fighting to meet this target. For us at Dreams FC, we are aiming to finish either in top spot or in second place.”Kotoko head coach, Maxwell Konadu:“I am glad that this decision came from the Ghana FA. It is a good platform for the coaches in the league and I must commend the President of the Ghana FA for this initiative.”The Ghana FA went on to state that the coaches of the top three teams in the women’s league, coaches of the top two teams of each zone in the Division One League will also get to enjoy the chance of going to Europe.The best 10 centre referees and 10 assistant referees will also get to benefit from the initiative at the end of the season.last_img read more

18 out of 21 GFA ExCo members to be sworn in today

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first_imgThe Ghana Football Association Congress will swear in newly elected executive committee members on Tuesday as they draw the curtains down at this year’s Ordinary Congress.21 members were elected but three regional football association chairmen will not be sworn in because defeated candidates are contesting their wins in Court.Elected Central Regional chairman Roy Arthur, Francis Dugbatse of Volta Region and elected Northern Regional RFA chairman Abdulai Alhassan are the ones who will be missing out in the swearing in ceremony at the Ghanaman Soccer of Excellence in Prampram.The decision was made known by the chairman of congress Kwesi Nyantakyi. What this means is that 18 out of the 21 elected executives to sit on the executive committee.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

Teofimo Lopez wins tough decision over Masoyoshi Nakatani to earn title shot

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first_imgTeofimo Lopez entered his IBF title eliminator with Masoyoshi Nakatina at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland expecting to take care of business in short order. Instead, Lopez found an opponent who refused to roll over and gave him a more challenging fight than the wide scores indicated. But at the end of the day, Lopez got the job done to win a tough, gritty affair by unanimous decision (118-110, 118-110, 119-109) to become the No. 1 contender for the IBF title and will face champion Richard Commey next. “We’re gonna fight Richard Commey, and after that, we’re getting all four belts (versus) Lomachenko,” Lopez said. “Horrible,” Lopez said of his performance in his post-fight interview. “But it is what is. The guy’s tall. From this point on, we’re only fighting guys with my height.”Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearNakatani (18-1, 12 KOs) controlled the early rounds with the jab to keep Lopez from opening up with his explosive offense.The tide of the fight shifted for Lopez (14-0, 11 KOs) in the fourth round when Lopez’s started to show he was the quicker fighter of the two with his foot speed and throwing the quicker punches including wobbling Nakatani in the round with a short right hand followed by a left hook.For the remainder of the fight, Lopez continued to find openings in Nakatani’s defense and persisted with his attack, but Nakatani stayed composed and didn’t veer too far from what he did in the beginning. There was a moment in the 10th round where Nakatani got the better of an exchange and caught Lopez with a hard combination. Whether Lopez realizes it or not, winning a bout like this is good for him. It shows he can go 12 rounds and, in the process, he learned that every guy isn’t going to crumble to his power shots. The 21-year-old could have gotten frustrated. He stayed within himself and gets a chance to become a world champion and inch another step closer to what he really wants, a shot at Vasiliy Lomachenko.last_img read more

NFL Week 4 Sunday Huddle: Buccaneers stun Rams in high-scoring affair; Chiefs escape upset in Detroit

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first_imgJameis Winston threw for 385 yards and four touchdowns against the Rams, leading the Buccaneers to a wild 55-40 victory despite Jared Goff’s career-high 517 passing yards.In Detroit, the Chiefs scored a touchdown in the final seconds to remain undefeated and foil the Lions’ upset bid.In another surprising turn of events, the Browns took control of the AFC North for the first time since 2014 as second-year rusher Nick Chubb exploded for three touchdowns in Baltimore against the league’s third-ranked rushing defense.Chubb wasn’t the only running back with a huge day Sunday. Jaguars star Leonard Fournette racked up a career-high 225 yards on 29 carries, as he and quarterback Gardner Minshew rallied the Jags to a win over the Broncos, who have lost eight straight dating to last season.And on a day that saw young quarterbacks Josh Allen (concussion) and Mitch Trubisky (shoulder) lost to injury, rookie QB Daniel Jones completed 23-of-31 passes for 225 yards to become the first Giants quarterback to win his first two career starts since Danny Kanell in Weeks 7-8 of the 1997 season.InjuriesBears quarterback  Mitchell Trubisky left the game against the Vikings in the first quarter after landing awkwardly on his left shoulder and was later ruled out.The Chargers suffered a litany of injuries as defensive end Melvin Ingram hurt his hamstring against the Dolphins. Los Angeles also lost receiver Dontrelle Inman (quad), linebacker  Denzel Perryman (concussion) and tight end  Sean Culkin (ankle).Browns receiver Jarvis Landry went into the medical tent at the end of the third quarter against the Ravens. He was eventually ruled out as the team announced he was being evaluated for a concussion.Bills quarterback Josh Allen entered the concussion protocol after leaving the game against New England early in the fourth quarter. Allen was trying to run for a first down when Patriots defensive back Jonathan Jones knocked him down with a helmet-to-helmet hit.HighlightsDid Patrick Mahomes stare down the referee before taking off down the field?Patrick Mahomes looking back at the ref for a flag in the middle of the play 🤣 #KCvsDET pic.twitter.com/9l7PNGaURC— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) September 29, 2019Browns receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is a regular gunslinger.It was incomplete… but @OBJ has a CANNON for an arm 💪 #CLEvsBAL📺: CBS📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/lm0vvtP8ei pic.twitter.com/K9KgcpEEzC— NFL (@NFL) September 29, 2019The Bills got permission from the NFL to extend their halftime for a special ceremony.Mackenzie Park and Jordan Binggeli won the @BuffaloBills ‘ NFL100 Experience of a Lifetime, and were married halftime of today’s game! Former Bills legends Kyle Williams, @JimKelly1212 , @thurmanthomas , and @SteveTasker89 were in the wedding. #NFL100 pic.twitter.com/sha7BTiJ9l— NFL (@NFL) September 29, 2019Browns running back Nick Chubb was gone after he found a hole up the middle.. @NICKCHUBB21 GOES 88 YARDS!His third TD of the game! #CLEvsBAL #Browns📺: CBS📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/lm0vvtP8ei pic.twitter.com/MRXQbKVUXJ— NFL (@NFL) September 29, 2019Rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins’ first touchdown unfortunately wasn’t for the Redskins.. @JabrillPeppers has a pick-6! 🚨 #WASvsNYG #GiantsPride📺: FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/lm0vvtP8ei pic.twitter.com/LfTBoWNEwm— NFL (@NFL) September 29, 2019The Chiefs brought out all the tricks to stay undefeated.We have fantasy questions about this play @DannyBKelly @Danny_Heifetz🏈 (via @NFL ) pic.twitter.com/VmiWB94qUt— The Ringer (@ringer) September 29, 2019Panthers star Christian McCaffrey is one versatile running back.He caught that?!Christian McCaffrey is unreal 😳 #CARvsHOU #KeepPounding @run__cmc📺: FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/lm0vvtP8ei pic.twitter.com/VR1ur7dEVq— NFL (@NFL) September 29, 2019Jadeveon Clowney robbed Kyler Murray and took it to the house.JADEVEON CLOWNEY PICK-6! 🚨 @clownejd #SEAvsAZ📺: FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/lm0vvtP8ei pic.twitter.com/xDCzPsAjtW— NFL (@NFL) September 29, 2019Who knew Buccaneers defensive end Ndamukong Suh could run so fast? But he sure made it count against his former team.Shaq Barrett forces the fumble and @NdamukongSuh takes it to the house against his former team! @Buccaneers cross the 50-point mark. #TBvsLAR📺: FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/lm0vvtP8ei pic.twitter.com/zX85i504Uc— NFL (@NFL) September 29, 2019StatsAllen stopped the Patriots from extending their impressive stoppage streak.Josh Allen’s Rush TD was the 1st TD allowed from scrimmage by the Patriots since Josh Allen’s Pass TD in Week 16 of 2018.Entering today, the Patriots were the only team since WWII to not allow an opposing scrimmage TD through their 1st 3 games of the season.h/t @EliasSports pic.twitter.com/x0RZ0oJSa9— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) September 29, 2019Meanwhile, another Bills player set his own record as  Frank Gore became just the fourth running back in NFL history to rush for 15,000 career yards, joining Emmitt Smith (18,355 yards), Walter Payton (16,726) and Barry Sanders (15,269).Welcome to the 15,000 yard club, @FrankGore ! 👏 pic.twitter.com/Y7rFxbFouA— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) September 29, 2019Tennessee’s Marcus Mariota is the only quarterback  who has started every game this season and has yet to turn the ball over. The Titans also found a way to keep Mariota from getting sacked against the Falcons after giving up a league-high 17 sacks through the first three weeks.The Buccaneers-Rams matchup became the first game in the Super Bowl era where both teams made a field goal of at least 58 yards. Tampa Bay’s 55 points in the win were also the most points in a game in franchise history.Regardless of how the Bengals-Steelers showdown plays out Monday night, the Browns will finish Week 4 in first place in the AFC North for the first time  since Week 10 of the 2014 season.Cardinals veteran Larry Fitzgerald reached 1,326 catches against the Seahawks and passed Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez (1,325 catches) for second all-time on the NFL receptions list. He trails only Jerry Rice with 1,549 receptions.. @LarryFitzgerald has passed Hall of Fame TE Tony Gonzalez (1,325) for second place on the NFL’s all-time receptions list behind only Jerry Rice (1,549). pic.twitter.com/4uWCaBBsdz— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) September 29, 2019QuotablesBrowns quarterback Baker Mayfield when asked if Rex Ryan’s criticism fueled the team’s win: “Absolutely not. Rex Ryan does not get any credit for this week’s win. No.”Bills coach Sean McDermott voiced his concern for Allen after the quarterback was drilled by Jones with a helmet-to-helmet hit: “There’s no room in football for a play like the hit on Josh Allen,” McDermott told reporters .The Panthers have bounced back since their winless start, but McCaffrey still thinks the team is behind: “It’s huge for us. We’re 2-2, but frankly we should be 4-0. That’s the way we’re going look at it, it’s a week-to-week league. Sixteen, one-week seasons, so we’re moving on to Week 5 and learn from the tape to see what we can do better.”ScoreboardTeams on bye week49ers and JetsThursday’s game Every game day in the NFL brings the potential for big surprises.Few deliver the twists and turns we saw in Week 4. Eagles 34, Packers 27Sunday’s gamesGiants 24, Redskins 3Chiefs 34, Lions 30Titans 24, Falcons 10Browns 40, Ravens 25Raiders 31, Colts 24Patriots 16, Bills 10Panthers 16, Texans 10Chargers 30, Dolphins 10Buccaneers 55, Rams 40Seahawks 27, Cardinals 10Bears 16, Vikings 6Jaguars 26, Broncos 24Saints, Cowboys, 8L:20 p.m. ETStill to comeMonday’s gameBengals at Steelers, 8:15 p.m. ETlast_img read more

Dr. Reusser graduates from KU School of Medicine

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