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first_imgVINTON, Iowa – With the biggest divisional increase attributed to the Sprint Cars, a record 102 IMCA drivers earned Allstar Performance State championships this season.Thirteen Sprint Car drivers were crowned state kings, eight more than in 2014. Modified champi­ons were named in 26 states, the most since 2001.Myron DeYoung ruled the Modifieds in Michigan for the fifth time in his career. Ricky Stephan re­peated in South Dakota; he’s also won the Iowa state crown three times..Drew Armstrong will hang a fourth Arkansas state plaque on his wall. Drivers winning career se­cond titles were Dean Deming in New Mexico, Mike Densberger in Nebraska, Jeremy Meirhofer in Montana, Robert Miller in Nevada and Spencer Wilson in North Dakota.First-time title winners were Jason Barnhill in Florida, Justin Elmer in Wyoming, Van Gemmill in Oklahoma, Kevin Green in Texas, Daryl Hay in Missouri, Scott Hogan in Iowa, Jeff Hunter in Colo­rado, Jake Donnelly in Idaho, Justin Jones in Minnesota, Keith Lamphere in New York, Jesse Richter in Kansas, Dusty Safley in Utah, Brian Schultz in Arizona, Eric Scribner in Wisconsin, Scott Sessions in Alabama, Matt Werner in Illinois, Alexander Wilson in California and Collen Wine­barger in Oregon.Densberger and Meirhofer are repeat champions in their respective states. Barnhill is the first Flor­ida state champion since 2005, Sessions the first Alabama state champion since 2010.If not already qualified, all Modified state champions become candidates for the Fast Shafts All-Star invitational.National rookie of the year Paul Nagle paced Iowa state standings for Late Models. Matt Ryan led the way in Illinois; he’d been first in Hawkeye State points in 2009.The parade of first-ever champions in the Sprint Car division includes Blake Carrier in Louisiana, Mike Downs in Ohio, Mike Haggenbottom in New Jersey, Matt Hope in North Carolina, Jesse Mack in California, Zach Newlin in Pennsylvania and Eric Smith in Indiana.Also winning career first state titles were Doug Lovegrove in Nebraska, Chad Wilson in Texas and Matt Ziebarth in South Dakota.Jerald Harris and Matt Moro won back-to-back crowns in Virginia and Iowa, respectively. Brandon Al­len now owns Minnesota awards from 2001 and 2015.Dan Mackenthun adds a seventh career and third consecutive Minnesota state Stock Car plaque to his collection while Jason Ward paced standings in South Dakota for a sixth straight season.Damon Murty won for the fourth time in his career, and for the third consecutive season in Iowa.Gregory Gutt repeated in Colorado. Other two-time Stock Car state champs are Aaron Corley in New Mexico, Ronald Hurt in California and Kirk Martin in Texas.Winners of career first crowns were Manny Baldiviez in Arizona, Joren Boyce in North Dakota, James Lynch in Illinois, Jason Rogers in Kansas, Travis Van Straten in Wisconsin, Mike Wise­man in Oklahoma and Zach Zentner in Nebraska.Baldiviez is the first Arizona state champion in the division. Van Straten is a former Northern SportMod champ in Wisconsin and Boyce is an eight-time North Dakota Modified state king.John Cain’s Hobby Stock title in South Dakota is his career fifth. Shannon Anderson aced Iowa for the third season. Tiffany Bittner topped the state points race in Nebraska and Cory Probst led the way in Minnesota, both for the second consecutive season.The eight Hobby Stock drivers winning first state crowns were Gary Goudy Sr. in North Dakota, Leonard Jones in Arizona, Wesley Mayer in New Mexico, Marcus Moede in Wisconsin, Shane Oknewski in Colorado, Jeremy Oliver in Texas, John Produit in Wyoming and Tyrel Smith in Kan­sas.The Minnesota state championship for Northern SportMods went to Matt Looft for the fifth straight year. Robby Rosselli reigned in North Dakota for the third consecutive season.Repeat champs were Rex Higgins in New Mexico, Lucas Lamberies in Wisconsin and Chris Toth in Arizona. Kenny Vollmer’s Idaho title was his career second.Drivers winning career first state titles in the class were Wayland Duncan in Utah, Jarett Franzen in Illinois, Michael Medel in Oregon, Kayden Menasco in Oklahoma, Clay Money in Kansas, Rusty Montagne in South Dakota, Ryan Moser in Colorado, Tony Olson in Iowa, Fred Ryland in California, Nelson Vollbrecht in Nebraska and Kevin Wright in Wyoming.Higgins is a four-time Stock Car state champion. Rosselli has also won twice in the Stocks, Monta­gne twice in the Hobbies.Jeffrey Kaup’s Kansas state crown was his Southern SportMod career fourth in a row. Travis Gray raced to his fourth career championship in Utah.Career-first titles went to Jeffrey Abbey in Texas, Brock Aeschbacher in Idaho, Jesse Baldwin in Colorado, Logan Ellis in Oklahoma, Shane Helton in New Mexico and Kyle Menlove in Wyoming.Cody Thompson’s Sport Compact championship was his fourth in a row in South Dakota while Nate Coopman won for the fourth time in his career in Minnesota.Shannon Pospisil repeated atop the Nebraska point standings. Scott Johnson becomes the first Wisconsin champion crowned in the 4-cylinder class.The first-time champions were Kimberly Abbott in Illinois, Brandon Anderson in North Dakota, Jay DeVries in Iowa, Bryan Moore in Colorado, Randy Murphy in Kansas and Danny Sims in Texas.IMCA began crowning state champions in 2000. The previous single-season record of 91 state champions was set last year.State champions will be among the drivers honored during the national awards banquet on Nov. 28 in Lincoln, Neb.last_img read more

first_img Published on October 20, 2018 at 10:22 pm Contact Nick: nialvare@syr.edu | @nick_a_alvarez Facebook Twitter Google+ For the second-straight road game Syracuse led a ranked opponent and for the second-straight game SU blew its lead and left a conference matchup with a draw. No. 24 Syracuse (7-4-3, 1-3-2 Atlantic Coast) tied with No. 21 North Carolina State (8-4-3, 2-3-2) on Saturday night in Raleigh, North Carolina.“I thought our guys were terrific, SU head coach Ian McIntyre said. “I thought we did enough to get three points tonight. We didn’t take that chance to score that second goal tonight and we were punished later on.”Syracuse outshot NC State, 19 to 12, and led for the majority of the match. But a late goal by Brad Sweeney equalized the game with 24 seconds left. The strike came off a free kick, adding to SU’s inability to defend set-pieces in critical moments. Earlier this season, SU lost to Notre Dame on Sept. 7 after conceding three set-piece scores.Other than Sweeney’s goal, the Orange utilized physicality on the road. It recorded 19 fouls with Hugo Delhommelle earning SU’s lone yellow card.Sondre Norheim provided SU’s offense when he headed a ball off a Delhommelle corner kick in the fifth minute. The sophomore defender scored his third goal in his last two matchups, bringing his point total to eight. Delhommelle tallied his fourth assist of the season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“(Norheim’s) scored a couple of very important goals,” McIntyre said. “This was a good one. To score on restarts you need a good service and that’s what we got from (Delhommelle).”SU outshot the Wolfpack eight to one in the opening half, but couldn’t create the separation it’s banked on in past games. Syracuse was on a five-game streak of scoring multiple goals which was capped off with a seven-goal outburst against St. Bonaventure on Oct. 16. Yet, NC State’s defense, which entered the contest allowing less than a goal a game, stymied the Orange forwards.The squads traded chances in the second half and neither team found twine before Sweeney executed on a free kick from 19-yards away.“It would’ve been very easy for our guys to feel sorry for ourselves and let that carry over into overtime,” McIntyre said. “I thought our guys bounced back.”Both goalies were called upon in overtime. NC State’s Leon Krapf recorded two of his six saves in the extra periods and Hendrik Hilpert stopped a shot by AJ Seals for his fifth and final save of the night.Syracuse senior Jan Breitenmoser had a chance to win the match with two seconds left but his strike sailed high, confirming the draw.The Orange’s unbeaten streak lengthened to six games with the decision. SU travels to Clemson (5-7-1, 0-6-0) on Tuesday, Oct. 23, in a makeup game that was rescheduled due to Hurricane Florence. Commentslast_img read more

first_imgThe ERTE of Barcelona, ​​Alavés and Espanyol will be retroactive. In other words, their salary will be reduced by 70% from the start of the Alarm State (March 15) until it ends. Barcelona was the first club to announce it. He did so on March 26 after several days of negotiations with the players and workers. A few days later, the Catalan team announced that they accepted the 70% salary reduction so that the employees of the non-sports staff of the entity affected by the ERTE did not have to be affected.In the case of Espanyol, the ERTE only affects the club’s sports squad, from youth to the men’s and women’s first team.. Alavés, meanwhile, announced the ERTE on March 27, and that it will affect both its football and basketball sections (Baskonia). A measure in which almost a thousand employees have been implicated.Waiting for approval, is Atlétcio de Madrid, who could receive it tomorrow. In addition, in Second they have also requested Las Palmas, Zaragoza, Racing and Ponferradina. While they could follow the path of Betis, that of agreeing to a salary reduction with the players, other teams such as Athletic, Valencia and Valladolid. The Ministry of Labor has already authorized the first ERTEs among professional football clubs. Barcelona, ​​Alavés and Espanyol have already received the good from the authorities corresponding to the request for the Temporary Employment Regulation File that they did a few weeks ago before the stoppage of the competitions and the income was paralyzed. Pending there are other teams, such as Atlético, to also authorize them to carry it out among their workers.As already counting AS, ERTE are a way that LaLiga has urged in recent days for the First and Second Division clubs to apply. The reason lies in the lack of income from the clubs due to the halt of the competitions. With these measures they want the soccer industry to be the least resentful. “It is necessary to adopt these measures in view of the serious economic crisis generated by COVID-19,” he explained in a statement from the employers. This option is not the one that is most liked by the footballers union AFE, since they consider a better option the lowering of salaries agreed between locker rooms and clubs. Way that teams like Betis have followed.last_img read more

first_img Vincent Kompany 1 Besiktas are planning an ambitious move for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany, according to reports in Turkey.The Turkish champions are believed to have a huge transfer war chest this summer ahead of their return to the Champions League group stages and have lined up a £25m bid for the Belgian. City are extremely unlikely to sell their club captain this summer, who is determined to make an impression on new head coach Pep Guardiola. According to Fanatik, Besiktas are still set to go ahead with the bid as they aim to turn Kompany’s head with the view of perhaps signing him in a future transfer window. Kompany has been at City since 2008 and has led the club to two Premier League titles as captain.last_img read more