by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The following are recent cases filed by the Sumner County Attorney’s office at the courthouse.Â â€¢Cody Saunders, born in 1990, of Wellington has been charged with burglary, a felony; and theft, a misdemeanor.Saunders is accused of unlawfully entering Randall Jones Garage on Jan. 28 and removing tools, welder, a drill press, power washer and other items worth about $800.â€¢Ofrael Reyes, born in 1992, of Belle Plaine is charged on Jan. 25, 2013 with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors.â€¢Dale Blachard, born in 1968, of Enid, Okla. is charged on Jan. 29, 2013 with possession of methamphetamine, a drug felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor.â€¢Don Stone, born in 1977, of Louisville, La. is charged on Jan. 24, 2013 with a headlight traffic infraction, possession of marijuana, a misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor.â€¢Toni Whipple, born in 1980, of Belle Plaine is charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and contributing to a child’s misconduct.On Jan. 24, Whipple is accused of possessing marijuana, and a zip lock baggie and rolling papers to store, ingest, or inhale substances into human body. She is also accused of encouraging a 12-year-old child of making a false statement to the police that the marijuana she allegedly left in the child’s pants pockets were the child’s and not her’s.â€¢Victoria Crooks, born in 1973, of Belle Plaine is charged with forgery, possession of drug paraphernalia and contributing to a child’s misconduct.On Jan. 29, Crooks is accused of writing a check under $1,000 from another person’s account at Moore’s Venture Foods.â€¢Naaman Darby, born in 1977, of Oxford, was charged with violating a protection order.On Jan. 30, 2013, Darby violated an order issued by the court that said the defendant must refrain from any direct or indirect contact with a specific person. On Jan. 30, 2013 at 4 p.m. Darby alleged phoned this specific person’s cellphone and requested photographs of their children even though on Jan. 10 he was placed on probation with a special condition of no direct or indirect contact with the person.â€¢Larry Webb, born in 1969, of Wichita is charged with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and interference with a law enforcement officer.On Jan. 6, 2013, Webb allegedly entered Kansas Star Casino in defiance of an order to leave such premises or property. Two security guards told him to leave due to his intoxication and disturbance he was causing, which he allegedly refused to do. He then allegedly resisted the arrest when the security officer attempted to handcuff him.â€¢Larry Gormly, born in 1973, of Belle Plaine is charged with domestic battery and criminal damage to property.Gormly allegedly caused physical contact with a family member in a rude, insulting or angry matter by hitting the family member’s head and arms.He also allegedly damaged a clock, refrigerator and sink drain valued less than $1,000.â€¢Alejandro Torres-Soroa, born in 1969, of Caldwell is charged with battery, domestic battery, criminal threat, theft, and criminal damage to property â€” two misdemeanors and three felonies.Torres-Soroa is accused of physically attacking a male because he was with his girl friend at a Super Bowl Party at 115 W. Ave. D on Feb. 3.He then allegedly grabbed his girl friend by the coat and threw her to the ground. Torres-Soroa would then threaten to kill her if she did not get everyone out of the her black Tahoe. He then allegedly took possession of the truck and broke out all the windows and put sugar in the gas tank along with other damages.â€¢Thaddeus Popplewell, born in 1979 and Sammi Jo Popplewell, born in 1978, of Caldwell were charged with domestic battery and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors.Allegedly, both verbally and physically fought with one another on Jan. 20 over whether Sammi would be allowed to take their daughter out of the car.â€¢Matthew Zollinger, born in 1982, of Wichita, was charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, criminal carrying of a weapon, and failure to affix drug stamp â€” two felonies and two misdemeanors.Zollinger is accused on Jan. 3, 2013, of possessing a narcotic drug; a glass pipe and bag containing white powder used to ingest, inject or inhale into body; a firearm on his right hip he was not authorized to carry, and not having paid a tax on substances he was carrying.â€¢Thomas Jensen, born in 1978, of Belle Plaine, was charged with failure to register as a violent offender, a felony. Jensen, according to the complaint is defined by the state as a violent offender. He allegedly did not fulfill his duties set forth by residing in Sumner County for at least six months after failing to register with the Sumner County Sheriff’s Department.â€¢Leslie Muhl, born in 1967, of Arkansas City was charged with interference with a law enforcement and disorderly conduct – both misdemeanors.Muhl is accused of obstructing the investigation of Virgina Lee for a DUI by continuously interfering with the administering of field sobriety tests and staying in the car as instructed. She also unlawfully used fighting words to arouse and alarm others.â€¢Danny King, born in 1958, of Wellington was charged with theft – a misdemeanor.King allegedly on Dec. 8, 2012 about 12:50 p.m. was seen loading old pickup parts in the back of his green Chevy pickup at a residence on S. Blaine. When confronted by an occupant, he told her he was working for the city cleaning up scraps around town. But when the owner came home later, he called police because King did not have his permission. King allegedly took a pickup rear end, two exhaust manifolds, and a wheel, according to the complaint.â€¢Mikkel Hope, born in 1994, of Tulsa, Okla. is charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia – both misdemeanors on Jan. 27, 2013.â€¢Paul Eugene Osborne Jr., born in 1981, of Wellington was charged with aggravated assault, a felony; criminal use of a weapon and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors.On Jan. 28, 2013, Osborne is accused of jumping out of his car and carrying a collapsable baton to approach a male which he thought had thrown a rock at his car. He also allegedly used fighting words in the process.â€¢Bonnie Walton, born in 1980, of Moore, Okla. is accused of theft and possession of drug paraphernalia.Walton is accused of stealing a 2000 Volkswagen, valued greater than $1,000, bearing Oklahoma tags, when she stopped at the Plaza 6 gas station in Sumner County.â€¢Marcus Sloan, born in 1993, of Oxford is accused of three counts of criminal damage to property and harassment of telecommunication device – all misdemeanors.From Jan. 29 to Feb. 6, Sloan is accused of spray painting a swastika on the side of a person’s 2009 Ram 1500 red pickup, and spray painting black lines across the rear of a white SUV. Then at Cave Park in Oxford, he spray painted a swastika and a penis on the boat ramp.Sloan is then accused of using a telecommunication device to post on Facebook of one of the victims above by sayingÂ “You’re just a child molester and don’t want to admit itâ€¦ I hope we’re in jail together sometime cuz I’m going to â€¦. you.”
The Wellington Prom is off and running. Pictures of the prom parade of cars and walk in can be found here.
Mildred ChitwoodMildred L. Chitwood, 95, former Conway Springs resident, died Friday, November 28, 2014 in Clearwater.She was born July 25, 1919 at Pocahontas, Arkansas the middle child of seven children, to George Timmis and Mary Nettie (Evans) Timmis.Mildred attended Free School in Maynard, Arkansas until the spring of 1929 when the family moved to Wellington. She attended Wellington public schools where she excelled in music education. Mildred joined the first Christian Church in Wellington at age 11. She received Christian education in Bible study at the church once a week after school. The family later transferred their membership to the Church of Christ where Mildred enjoyed fellowship during her teenage years. She graduated from Wellington High School with the class of 1939.Mildred was united in marriage to George Fredrick Chitwood on February 4, 1940 at Wellington.Â They made their home 3 miles East and Â¼ South of Conway Springs following their marriage. Fred was engaged in farming with his father and for Mildred, it was the typical life on the farm. Mildred and Fred were blessed with three children: daughter Linda Kathleen, sons: John Frederick and David George.Â The family later moved to the Chitwood family farm 4 miles East of Conway Springs in 1957.While Mildred enjoyed the cooking, canning of a farmwife she prompted the children in their music lessons and enjoyed church work and the small country club known as the â€œSunflower Club.â€ She joined Dorcas Chapter # 157 Order of the Eastern Star in Conway Springs in 1949 and received her 50 year membership pin in 1999 when the chapter merged with Ninnescah Chapter in Clearwater. She received her 60 year membership in the order in 2009 after 45 years of active service in the order. Her gift of writing poetry was a help in creating programs with the chapter.Mildred began working part-time and enjoyed cooking for Spring View Manor for 14 years.Â She worked at the Conway Springs City Library for 12 years and served as the city librarian. It was during this time, the library joined the South-Central Library System and the library grew to serve the public in many more ways. With the help of the city, state, and an agreeable library board, the library was able to add books to the shelves and start the reading programs that were desired. Mildred retired from the library in 1991.Â Fred died July 25, 1993.Â Mildred later moved into town and lived in Conway Springs for 14 years before moving to Clearwater in 2007.Mildred was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Conway Springs and active in Presbyterian Women for many years.She was also preceded in death by her parents; three brothers: Eric, Curtis and William Timmis; three sisters: Vivian Church, Hazel Bacon and Thelma Loop.Mildred is survived by two sons: John Chitwood and wife Peggy of Conway Springs; David Chitwood and wife Lynnetta of Arkansas City; one daughter Linda Rohling and husband Duane of Wichita; 2 grandchildren:Â Shannon Schinkus and husband David and Kelly Chitwood; 3 step-grandchildren: Debbie Davis and husband Chad, Esther Deatrick and husband Brent, Edna Pauly and husband Marcus; 14 step-great grandchildren, 1 step-great great grandson and a number of other relatives and friends.Visitation hours are 9-8 Monday, December 1, 2014 with family present from 6-7 at Ebersole Mortuary, Conway Springs.Funeral Services will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, December 2, 2014 from the First Presbyterian Church, Conway Springs. Interment will be in Conway Springs Cemetery, Conway Springs.Â Arrangements are by Ebersole Mortuary, Conway Springs. On line condolences and guest book are available www.ebersolemortuary.comA memorial has been established with the First Presbyterian Church, Conway Springs, KS.
Cutting through all the greatness, here are the 26 men who most deserve the honors of being the best at their positions over the past 10 years.Sporting News’ NFL all-decade team: OffenseQB: Tom Brady, PatriotsPro Bowls: 9 | First-team All-Pros: 2 | Super Bowl wins: 3 | MVPs: 2Whether it’s the magic of the TB12 method or Brady adjusting his game to new surroundings at a level never seen before, he was rejuvenated in his 30s and into his 40s. He doubled his ring collection and went from among the top-five quarterback greats to unquestioned GOAT.RB: LeSean McCoy, Eagles, Bills and ChiefsPro Bowls: 6 | First-team All-Pros: 3McCoy has rushed for 11,071 yards and 73 touchdowns since 2010 during his time with three teams. He has added 3,797 yards receiving with 16 more scores. He is a top-25 all-time NFL rusher now playing into his 30s.RB: Adrian Peterson, Vikings, Saints, Cardinals, RedskinsPro Bowls: 4 | First-team All-Pros: 2Peterson keeps climbing the all-time rushing list at age 34, proving to be an age- and injury-defying freak of nature. He has rushed for most of his career 14,102 rushing yards since 2010 and recently passed Curtis Martin for No. 5 all-time. He also has delivered 72 rushing TDs in the decade with really only seven full seasons.WR: Julio Jones, FalconsPro Bowls: 6 | First-team All-Pros: 2Since being drafted into the league in 2011, Jones has been a dominant, often uncoverable force with his combination of size (6-3, 220), strength and speed. Mostly durable to play through all kinds of minor injuries, he’s racked up 11,881 receiving yards and 57 receiving TDs, twice leading the league in yardage.WR: Antonio Brown, Steelers and PatriotsPro Bowls: 7 | First-team All-Pros: 4Brown’s career might be over after it spanned the entire decade. During the best days with the Steelers, he was a steal of sixth-round draft pick in 2010. In only a little more than nine seasons, Brown posted 11,263 receiving yards and 75 TDs.TE: Rob Gronkowski, PatriotsPro Bowls: 5 | First-team All-Pros: 4 | Super Bowl wins: 3Whether or not Gronk decides to unretire and return in either 2020 or beyond, his legacy as arguably the best all-around tight end ever is cemented. From 2010 through 2018, he posted 7,861 yards and 79 TDs in only 115 regular-season games while also dominating as a blocker.OT: Joe Thomas, BrownsPro Bowls: 5 | First-team All-Pros: 5Thomas (6-6, 312 pounds) was a rock for the Browns’ blind side from when he was a first-rounder in 2007 through his retirement in 2017. He gave everything he could as a pass protector and run blocker, and he did it as a class act all the way in Cleveland.OT: Tyron Smith, CowboysPro Bowls: 6 | First-team All-Pros: 2Smith (6-5, 320 pounds) was the literal first cornerstone piece of the Cowboys’ offensive line rebuild, which has turned to the foundation for their running and pass success over the decade. He is still only 28 with many more great years ahead.G: Marshal Yanda, RavensPro Bowls: 7 | First-team All-Pros: 2 | Super Bowl wins: 1Yanda (6-3, 305 pounds) keeps playing well as a 35-year-old finishing his 13th season. He has been key to their run blocking over the years and a stable force in keeping the rest of the unit together through several changes.G: Zack Martin, CowboysPro Bowls: 5 | First-team All-Pros: 3Martin (6-4, 315 pounds) easily made this list despite playing only six of the 10 seasons of the decade. He has been the powerful interior force who plays through every injury and is consistent in creating his athletic push for the running and passing games.C: Maurkice Pouncey, SteelersPro Bowls: 7 | First-team All-Pros: 2Pouncey (6-4, 304 pounds) has been the anchor for many strong Steelers lines in the Mike Tomlin era since 2010. He is the guy who makes the line calls and gets everything to work so well up front, reliable for his quarterbacks and his power runners alike.Sporting News’ NFL all-decade team: DefenseDT: Aaron Donald, RamsPro Bowls: 5 | First-team All-Pros: 4 | Defensive Player of the Year Awards: 2Donald (6-1, 280 pounds) isn’t the biggest guy for his disruptive interior position, but he packs power with amazing athleticism for that size. Playing since 2014 was good enough for him to make this list with 70.5 sacks in 92 games.DT: Geno Atkins, BengalsPro Bowls: 7 | First-team All-Pros: 2Atkins (6-1, 300 pounds) is one of the most underrated players of the past decade. Not anymore with this mention, celebrating his run stuffing and inside pass rushing (75.5 sacks in 151 games).DE: J.J. Watt, Texans Pro Bowls: 5 | First-team All-Pros: 5 | Defensive Player of the Year Awards: 3With his latest major injury at age 30, this could be it for Watt, but he is worthy now to be mentioned with the best defensive players ever at any position. The 6-5, 288-pounder was the king of sacks, swats and blowing up run plays with 96 sacks in 112 games, despite having played only six full seasons.DE: Calais Campbell, Cardinals and JaguarsPro Bowls: 4 | First-team All-Pros: 1Campbell has incredible size (6-8, 300 pounds) for the position and he has excelled in both 3-4 and 4-3 schemes. He got a lot more attention in his 30s for his marquee dominance in Jacksonville. In addition to wreaking havoc against the run, he has 81 sacks since 2010.EDGE: Von Miller, BroncosPro Bowls: 7 | First-team All-Pros: 3 | Super Bowl wins: 1Miller, in the same 2011 draft class as Watt, has 105 sacks in his 133 career games. He may have slowed down a little in 2019, but he is as consistent as they come in going after and dropping quarterbacks. EDGE: Khalil Mack, Raiders and BearsPro Bowls: 4 | First-team All-Pros: 3 | Defensive Player of the Year awards: 1He also needed only six seasons to make the cut, as he has been exceptional at both end and outside linebacker in his six-year career. Mack (6-3, 269 pounds) is great at getting to the quarterback (60.5 sacks in 92 games), but he cleans up against the run, too and is athletic enough to drop into coverage.LB: Bobby Wagner, SeahawksPro Bowls: 5 | First-team All-Pros: 4 | Super Bowl wins: 1The Legion of Boom is gone, but Wagner (6-0, 242) lingers as the linchpin of Pete Carroll’s defense and the other steal of the 2012 draft after quarterback Russell Wilson. Wagner is not only a playmaking machine (1,120 tackles with 18.5 sacks and 10 INTs in eight seasons) but he also is an indispensable on-field leader.LB: Luke Kuechly, PanthersPro Bowls: 6 | First-team All-Pros: 5 | Defensive Player of the Year awards: 1Kuechly (6-3, 238 pounds) is the prototypical modern linebacker because he is great at flying upfield to make tackles (1,108 with 12.5 sacks in eight seasons) and also covering backs and tight ends downfield (18 INTs, 65 passes defended). He is the glue of the entire defense.CB: Patrick Peterson, CardinalsPro Bowls: 8 | First-team All-Pros: 3He is yet another first-round pick from the great draft class of 2011. At 6-1, 203 pounds, Peterson has used his size as well as his speed to be a shutdown corner during his best days. He has 25 interceptions and 81 passes defended as one of the most durable and consistent cover men at the position.CB: Darrelle Revis, Jets, Buccaneers, Patriots and ChiefsPro Bowls: 3 | First-team All-Pros: 3 | Super Bowl wins: 1It was tough to find the second corner but the retired Revis (5-11, 198 pounds) had to be the choice. He had 15 of his 29 career interceptions in the decade. Before he faded hitting 30, he was worthy of the “Revis Island” nickname for how he isolated and shut down opponents’ best wide receivers.S: Earl Thomas, Seahawks and RavensPro Bowls: 6 | First-team All-Pros: 3 | Super Bowl wins: 1Thomas (5-10, 202) is the ultimate playmaker at the position with great range and ball skills. He has 30 interceptions, 71 passes defended and 729 tackles in 10 years. He was the Legion of Boom member with the most complete resume to make the cut.S: Eric Weddle, Chargers, Ravens and RamsPro Bowls: 6 | First-team All-Pros: 2The bearded maven has been as intimidating as he looks with his mighty 5-11, 195-pound frame. Twenty five of his career 29 interceptions have come in the decade, along with 6 sacks and 887 tackles. He also has been a well-respected leader in all three stops.Sporting News’ NFL all-decade team: Special teamsK: Justin Tucker, Ravens Pro Bowls: 2 | First-team All-Pros: 3 | Super Bowl wins: 1Tucker is a consummate pro, having made 90.6 percent of his career field-goal attempts (260-of-287) and has missed only three career extra-point attempts (292 of 295). He has great range and consistently makes clutch kicks, regardless of weather.P: Johnny Hekker, Rams The NFL has had 10 fine decades of existence. The one that’s just finishing, between 2010 and 2019, produced some of the greatest players to ever play the game across all positions.Football has never been faster with so many explosive athletes. It also has become smarter with so many cerebral, hard-working performers on both sides of the ball. Only a select few players, however, can make the cut for Sporting News’ latest NFL all-decade team. Pro Bowls: 4 | First-team All-Pros: 4The Rams have had ace special teams for a long time, and he is a big reason why. Hekker has averaged 47.1 yards per punt with an impressive 43.4 net yards and has dropped 229 of his 590 career punts inside the 20.KR/PR: Devin Hester, Bears and FalconsPro Bowls: 2 | First-team All-Pro: 1″Devin Hester you are ridiculous!” should be his epithet. During his last four years with the Bears, he had 7 of his 19 career return TDs, and he led the league in kickoff return yardage in both 2013 and 2014.
MORE: Watch Kentucky vs. Ohio State live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Ohio State had climbed 15 spots in the AP poll and would have made a great case for No. 1 this week had the Buckeyes avoided a stunning 84-71 upset against lowly Minnesota on Sunday. Chris Holtmann’s group already has wins over Cincinnati, Villanova, North Carolina and Penn State and just the one loss.Kentucky, meanwhile, has had its fair share of ups and downs. The Wildcats made a statement on opening night by beating preseason No. 1 Michigan State. Kentucky took the crown as the nation’s No. 1 team the following week and answered with a shocking home loss to an Evansville team that has already suffered four defeats since the Kentucky victory. John Calipari’s group also went back-and-forth with Utah Valley, started slow against Georgia Tech, and only led in the opening minutes in a loss to inexperienced Utah earlier this week.With recent sputters in mind, Saturday’s matchup between title contenders carries a bigger sense of urgency than if both teams were cruising heading into the CBS Sports Classic. The victor will cement its status as a top-five team for weeks to come and the loser will have to pick up the pieces and recharge as the new calendar year awaits.Below is all the info you need to watch Kentucky vs. Ohio State on Saturday, including tipoff time, TV channel and how to stream.MORE: Sporting News’ college basketball All-Decade team for the 2010s No. 5 Ohio State takes on No. 6 Kentucky in a heavyweight battle at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.Despite the teams combining to start 18-3 on the young season, Saturday’s loser will have lost two of its last three games. What channel is Kentucky vs. Ohio State on today? TV channel (national): CBSLive stream: CBSsports.com | fuboTVKentucky vs. Ohio State can be seen on CBS and live streamed on CBSsports.com as well as on fuboTV.Brad Nessler (play-by-play), Bill Raftery (analysis) and Jamie Erdahl (sideline) will handle the announcer duties.Kentucky vs. Ohio State: What time is tipoff?Date: Saturday, Dec. 21Start time: 5:15 p.m. ETKentucky vs. Ohio State is the second game of CBS’ doubleheader Saturday. UCLA and North Carolina get things going at 3 p.m. Eastern in the first matchup of the CBS Sports Classic from Las Vegas.
Since being taken in the fourth round of the 2017 draft, Jackson has evolved into one of the NFL’s top defensive players. Jackson has started each of his 46 appearances in his three years with the Bears and was entering the final year of his rookie contract before Friday’s extension.A Pro Bowl selection in 2018 and 2019, Jackson has 10 career interceptions, four forced fumbles, 184 combined tackles and five defensive touchdowns.Jackson helped guide Chicago and its NFL-best defense to an NFC North title in 2018 and was later named to the All-Pro team. MORE: NFL Draft order 2020 The Bears have made Eddie Jackson the richest safety in the NFL after awarding the star defensive back with a four-year extension worth $58.4 million on Friday, according to reports.Jackson, 27, is owed $33 million in guaranteed money and will be paid $14.6 million annually, passing Titans’ Kevin Byard and his $14.1 million per season.
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 Sumner Newscow report â€” The Kansas State High School playoffs will begin tonight for smaller schools. Argonia-Attica, Caldwell and Conway Springs will be playing tonight. The pairings are as follows:Class 8-man Div. II State football: Hartford (7-2) at Argonia-Attica (9-0), 7 p.m.Caldwell (4-5) at Colony-Crest (5-3), 6 p.m.Full 8-man Div. II bracket is here:Class 3A:Conway Springs (6-3) at Wichita Collegiate (9-0), 7 p.m. Full 3A bracket can be found here:Â Follow us on Twitter.
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Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down clyde · 248 weeks ago What Argonia-Attica why so small, what happened in twenty years? A larger town even lies between you. You both used to have plenty of kids, everyone could have played eleven man back then, no doubt now. But coaches at your small schools only needs nine starters for baseball, five for basketball and eight for football. Looks like they don’t need to look beyond the same select kids, and go begging to the rest! Hey this keeps them from making eleven guys popular in high school. Huh no wonder why they all keep shrinking. Football teaches kids under 6’3′ nothing. They will never play for an upper division college, so recruiters very rarely if ever come calling. Baseball was the great American sport where everyone had a chance to go big league, you didn’t need to be a giant and kids didn’t die. They may have got a black eye or broken bone once in a long while but it didn’t damage health or end kids lives for nothing. Football is child endangerment, child abuse licensed by the state and school districts. When kids play this rough at home the school staff has to notify SRS, then the state shows up to take you’re kids away. Report Reply 0 replies · active 248 weeks ago 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 by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Argonia-Attica and Caldwell have advanced through the first round of the Class 8-man Div. II playoffs. The Conway Springs Cardinals were quickly ousted from Class 3A competition.The second ranked A&A Titans advance to battle Scandia-Pike Valley after beating Hartford 48-0 in front of a raucous home crowd in Argonia.Caldwell had similar success when it traveled to Crest to beat Colony-Crest 72-44.Both Sumner County victors play Saturday. A&A plays at Scandia-Pike Valley at 2 p.m.Â which is aÂ three-hour trip north past Salina near the Nebraska state line.Caldwell, now 5-5, is home to play Axtell, a 46-0 winner over Lost Springs-Centre. That game starts at 3 p.m. on Saturday.As far as Conway Springs is concerned, the Cardinals season is over after losing to Wichita Collegiate 63-6.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢A&A 48 Hartford 0A 69-yard touchdown pass from Alec McDaniel to Devon Newberry wrapped up the game in the waning seconds of the first half, marking the eighth consecutive game in which the contest was completed at halftime.McDanielÂ was involved in four of A&Aâ€™s touchdowns as the Titans took a 26-0 first quarter lead before adding 22 points in the second quarter. Hartford, in northern Kansas, had only one scoring threat midway through the second quarter. That was thwarted at the 10 on fourth down late in the quarter which led to the big passing play.Now A&A sets its sights on Pike Valley in the Class 8-man Division II second round.â€œThey have a very good running game led by a sophomore running back,â€ said co-head coach Luke Greenwood. â€œThey play a lot of smash mouth football.â€œWe will have to play downhill on defense and fly to the football.â€Greenwood said the Titans will also have to make their reads since they have some pretty good play-action off their power game.â€œOffensively, we are going to have block better than we did last night and we may have to open up the offense a little if they start packing the box,â€ he said. â€œAlso, we have to take advantage of our opportunities when they present themselves.â€For pictures of the game, click here.Caldwell 72 Crest-Colony 44Caldwell was only 4-5 going into the first round playoff game Tuesday night, but that didnâ€™t seem to matter after it pasted Crest by 28 points. After giving up a 65 yard touchdown in the first quarter, it would rattle off three touchdowns to take a 20-6 lead.Crest came back to score two touchdowns to start the second quarter to take a temporary 22-20 lead. However, Colton Ward scored one of his six touchdowns with 2:50 in the half on a 38-yard carry to give Caldwell a 28-22 advantage at the half.The Bluejays would then score three of the four third quarter touchdownsÂ and took a 50-28 lead into the final stanza. The Jays would never look back.â€œI thought going in that we had a good chance to control this game,â€ said Sean Blosser, Caldwell head football coach. â€œThey really stepped up their game last night.Dakota Volavka had 186 yards rushing with three touchdowns. Colten Ward rushed for 152 yards and five touchdowns. See stats here:Â Box Scores for Caldwell @ CrestCaldwell has its work cut out for it this weekend when Axtell comes to town. Axtell if you remember was in Sumner County last year, losing to A&A in the semifinals.â€œThey like to pass,â€ Blosser said. â€œThey will come out in a spread formation, and throw the ball all over the field. They also do a lot of traps and quarterback draws.â€Collegiate 63 Conway Springs 6The Cardinals were obviously overmatched by a team that trounced Wellington earlier in the season. Conway Springs got off to a decent start though when Colton Terhune threw an 83-yard touchdown pass to Josh Dugan at 6:01 in the first quarter to make it 7-6. But it was all Collegiate from that point forward. The stats can be found here:Â Conway Springs – Box Score Report – 11_4_2015Follow us on Twitter.
Sumner Newscow report â€” The weekly log report for the Wellington Fire/EMS Department for April 25 – May 1, 2016 is as follows: 27-Apr7:12 PMMedical Emergency600 block E. Hillside 27-Apr2:46 AMInjury AccidentKansas Turnpike 30-Apr10:50 AMLift Assist1300 block Ontario 25-Apr8:32 PMMedical Emergency1600 block W. 8th 26-Apr8:34 AMMedical Trauma1700 block North B 1-May4:10 PMMedical Emergency1900 block North A 28-Apr1:10 PMMedical Trauma200 block E. Lincoln 30-Apr10:44 PMTransfer to Wichita 28-Apr7:36 PMMedical Emergency900 block W. Harvey 28-Apr2:46 PMGood Intent Call400 block N. Olive 1-May2:02 AMLift Assist700 block North Elm 1-May3:05 AMMedical Emergency1600 block W. 8th 27-Apr6:20 PMMedical Trauma1000 block E. 40th Street 25-Apr10:31 PMTransfer to Wichita 30-Apr9:12 AMMedical Trauma700 block S. Blaine 26-Apr3:38 PMStorm SpottingWellington 26-Apr5:36 AMMedical Trauma400 block South C 29-Apr9:06 PMMedical EmergencyMayfield 30-Apr1:54 AMMedical Trauma100 block N. Washington 25-Apr12:09 AMGood Intent Call700 block S. Blaine 30-Apr10:56 PMMedical Emergency1500 block North A 29-Apr6:15 AMInjury AccidentKansas Turnpike 30-Apr1:33 PMFire Alarm1000 block N. Day Follow us on Twitter. Wellington Fire & EMS Weekly Run Log 1-May12:56 AMMedical Emergency600 block E. Hillside 30-Apr12:37 PMLift Assist700 block N. Elm 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 28-Apr8:51 AMMedical Emergency900 block E. 12th 28-Apr1:14 PMTransfer from Wichita 1-May1:10 AMTransfer to Wichita 25-Apr4:30 PMTransfer to Wichita 30-Apr4:27 PMMedical Emergency1000 block South G 1-May10:15 AMMedical Emergency900 block E. 12th Street South
In the three years leading up to Michael Jordan’s first championship with the Chicago Bulls, the same team knocked him out of the playoffs each and every time.That team? The “Bad Boys” Detroit Pistons. That stretch of Jordan’s career was highlighed in Episodes 3 and 4 of ESPN’s “The Last Dance” documentary. In 1988, the Pistons put an end to Chicago’s season by defeating them in five games in the Eastern Conference semifinals. In 1989, the Pistons outlasted the Bulls in six games in the Eastern Conference finals. And in 1990, the Pistons took care of business in seven games, once again in the Eastern Conference finals.MORE: Viral moments from “The Last Dance”Jordan still put up big individual numbers in each of those series, but the Pistons were able to contain him and the Bulls in a way no other team in the league could at the time. To put the success they had against him into perspective, if you look at which players won the most games against Jordan in his career (regular season and playoffs combined), the first seven names on the list are players from those Pistons teams, headlined by Bill Laimbeer and Isiah Thomas.The most wins against Michael Jordan in his NBA career(Basketball-Reference )RankPlayerWinsLosses1Bill Laimbeer36302Isiah Thomas36293Vinnie Johnson35244Joe Dumars33375Dennis Rodman33266John Salley32287Rick Mahorn30328Robert Parish27259James Edwards261810Danny Ainge2618The way the Pistons did it was by implementing what has become known as “The Jordan Rules,” which is a set of principles devised by former Pistons head coach Chuck Daly after Jordan dropped 59 points on the Pistons in the lead-up to the 1988 NBA playoffs. The general idea was to limit Jordan the best they could by throwing different looks at him and being physical with him, all while daring his teammates to beat them. It began with Joe Dumars and Dennis Rodman, who served as Detroit’s primary defenders on Jordan, and extended to the likes of Laimbeer, John Salley and Rick Mahorn, who were tasked with doubling Jordan and protecting the paint against him.MORE: Breaking down MJ’s iconic fadeawayRemember, this was at a time when hand checking was still legal. Teams could also get away with — shall we say — committing harder fouls than they do now.Brendan Malone, who was an assistant coach with the Pistons at the time, summed up the Jordan Rules in “The Last Dance.””On the wings we were going to push him to the elbow, and we’re not going to let him drive to the baseline.”No. 2, when he’s on top, we’re going to influence him to his left.”When he got the ball in the low post, we were going to trap him from the top.”That’s the Jordan Rules, and it was that simple.”And, when asked what would happen when Jordan did make the baseline, that’s when Malone responded: “That’s when Lambeir and Mahorn would go up and knock him down to the ground.”Or, as Rodman put it: “Chuck Daly said, ‘This is the Jordan Rule. Every time he go to the basket, put him on the ground. When he comes to the basket, he ain’t gonna duck. We’re gonna hit you, and you’re gonna be on the ground.'”It wasn’t until 1991 that Jordan would finally outlast the Pistons in the playoffs. He ended the team’s hopes of a three-peat that season by leading the Bulls to a sweep over the Pistons in the Eastern Conference Finals with averages of 29.8 points, 7.0 assists, 5.3 rebounds, 2.3 steals and 1.8 blocks per game. He was incredibly efficient, shooting 53.5 percent from the field, 60.0 percent from 3-point range and 83.3 percent from the free throw line.Jordan received plenty of help in that series, with Scottie Pippen (22.0), Horace Grant (13.5) and Bill Cartwright (10.5) each averaging double figures scoring. The Bulls went on to defeat the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1991 Finals to win the first championship in franchise history. It marked the first of three straight titles for the Bulls.But for Jordan, the emotions of finally beating the Pistons were just as strong as capturing the NBA title.”We had gotten past them,” he said, “and to me, that was in some ways better than winning the championship.”