20 Nov

The Masters: Joaquin Niemann out after positive coronavirus test | Golf News

first_imgChile’s Joaquin Niemann will miss The Masters at Augusta National from November 12-15 due to positive Covid-19 test. Watch the final men’s major of the year live on Sky Sports’ dedicated Masters channel. By Ali StaffordLast Updated: 06/11/20 9:37pm Joaquin Niemann will miss The Masters after a positive coronavirus test Joaquin Niemann will miss The Masters after a positive coronavirus test
Joaquin Niemann will miss The Masters after a positive coronavirus test

20 Sep

Suspect arrested in stabbing at Jupiter gas station

first_imgPolice have arrested an 18-year-old man that they believe is connected with a stabbing at a Jupiter gas station.Alex Seay of Palm Beach Gardens allegedly stabbed another person during a fight Wednesday night at an Exxon gas station on Indiantown Road, Jupiter police say.The victim was taken to St. Mary’s Medical Center with multiple stab bounds in his stomach and face.Alex Seay was arrested on a charge of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.Seay was booked into the main Palm Beach County jail, where he was being held on a $20,000 bond.last_img read more

12 Aug

Florida man headbutt and spit in the mouth of deputy who told him to get out of the water

first_imgOfficials in Key Largo, Florida have arrested a 40-year-old man who reportedly became physically and verbally abusive towards them when he was told to get out of the water.The incident occurred Sunday around 3:30 p.m at Gilbert’s Resort.According to the report, officials were called to the area because  several people where jumping off of the docks and into the water in a no-swim zone. When authorities arrived, they found two of the men from the group still swimming in an area where boats come in. Authorities directed the men out of the water and that’s when Yanser Robaina became abusive. Robaina reportedly told the officers “to go [expletive] yourself” and then threatened that they would end up on the news for “hassling” him.Officers then forced Robaina out of the water, put him in handcuffs and walked him to the patrol car.Once inside the vehicle authorities say Robaina began kicking the inside of the door causing damage to the point where the door no longer shuts correctly. Deputies then attempted to put him leg restraints, however, he headbutted an assisting deputy and spit in his mouth. That deputy then threatened to use his stun gun and that is when Robaina to stop fighting. When another deputy grabbed Robaina’s legs to put the leg restraints on Robaina then began kicking that deputy causing the other deputy to shoot him with a stun gun.After Robaina was shot with the stun gun, he stopped resisting arrest altogether.He now faces multiple charges, including resisting a law enforcement officer and felony cocaine possession.last_img read more

3 Aug

Future hockey stars on display at B.C. Hockey U16 Camp

first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsTwo players from the Nelson Leafs Bantam Rep squad were among the selections to the Kootenay squad following the weekend U16 B.C. Hockey High Performance Camp at the Nelson and District Community Complex.Defenceman Colton Dachwitz of Nakusp and South Slocan forward Brandon Sookro join 18 other selections that will head to Kamloops April 28-May 1 to participate in the B.C. Cup.The two Leaf players are joined by former minor hockey teammate Cole Arcuri, who spent the past season playing at a hockey academy in the Okanagan.The four-day jamboree is being held at the Interior Savings Centre and Valleyview Arena and features one practice session, five games, off-ice player and team development and a hockey futures presentation.The Male Under 16 Program was designed by B.C. Hockey to instruct and prepare high caliber players for future opportunities in the High Performance Program.  Open Zone Camps were held for players 15 years or younger.  From each zone, 20 players were selected to compete in the U16 B.C. Cup.  A jamboree style tournament is when the 20 players selected from each zone are mixed together to form the eight teams. Rounding out the selections to the team were Brandon Becker, Daniel Burgess, Matthew Sopkow, Jason Richter, Brayden Revie, Sebastien Barrette and Payton Lee of Cranbrook; Kyle Hope, Mitch Foyle, Nolan Hanley, Riley Brandt, Drake Poirier and Johnny Todd of Trail; Jake Maclachlan of Fernie, Stephen Hawes of Invermere and Chase Butula of Cranbrook.Other players from Nelson attending the camp included Tyler Podgorenko, Dylan Whiffen, Michael Viala and goaltender Brayden Pompu.sports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

3 Aug

Mallard’s Team of the Week — LVR Bombers Girls Soccer Team

first_imgStaff at Mallard’s Source for sports would like to tip the hat to the Bombers with Team of the Week honours.The team includes, Allie Zondervan, Maddie Sternloff, Naomi Perkins, Kyra Burkart, Laurel Halleran, Abbie Bouchier-Willans, Jena Wheeldon, Hailee Gerun, Taylor Zimmer, McKenna Bennett, Noa Butterfield, Tara Yowek, Emma Wheeldon, Darian Voisard, Camille Gebhart, Emily Taylor, Sofia Arcuri, Hanna Quinn, Maya Ida and Merissa Dawson.LVR opens against St. Michael’s University before playing Holy Cross of Vancouver Thursday.Friday, the Bombers close out the round robin draw against host Crofton House.The winners of each pool advance into the final four.The championship game is set for noon Saturday. The L.V. Rogers Bombers rode a stellar defence and timely scoring to another Kootenay High School AA Girl’s Soccer Zone Title.The Bombers disposed of local rival J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks of Trail (2-0) before dumping David Thompson Lakers of Invermere in the final (3-0).LVR now advances to the BC High School AA Girl’s Soccer Championships beginning Thursday hosted by Crofton House in Burnaby.last_img read more