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first_imgThe Susquehanna County Board of commissioners says it encourages all residents to follow recommendations set in place by the Pennsylvanian government, federal government, Department of Health, and Centers for Disease Control. For more coronavirus coverage, click here. County officials say further details of the positive case were not released to them.center_img SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY, Pa. (WBNG) — The Susquehanna County Commissioners’ Office has confirmed with 12 News that one person in the county has tested positive for the coronavirus.last_img read more

first_imgGiovanni Canaletto rocketed into the Investec Derby picture as he produced an eyecatching turn of foot to easily put the Irish Stallion Farms EBF (C&G) Maiden at Leopardstown to bed. Heffernan said: “He’s completely asleep. When he got a bit of light he woke up, as if to say ‘what do you want me to do?’. I gave him a crack and he went right away. He’s doing it so easy at home. We like him.” Many bookmakers were quick to alter their prices on the premier Classic, and Joseph Burke of RaceBets said: “Giovanni Canaletto was deeply impressive in putting what looked a decent field to bed at Leopardstown. “As a result, he is 20-1 (from 33-1) to follow in the hoofprints of his recently retired full-brother, Ruler Of The World, and win the Investec Epsom Derby.” Betfred gave the winner a 20-1 first-show quote for the Qipco 2000 Guineas. Unsinkable had dropped like a stone in the ratings after a poor season but having transferred from Britain to the Ger Lyons yard, he was backed into 11-2 favourite for the Leopardstown Handicap and won as he liked, storming away under Tom Madden to score by two and three-quarter lengths. Smart hurdler Katie T is booked for a return to that discipline following her win in the Leopardstown Club Members Handicap. The Kevin Prendergast-trained mare posted fine efforts over timber last term that included a third to Annie Power at Punchestown, and was winning for the first time on the level, having been sent off at 8-1. Ridden by Chris Hayes, the five-year-old stuck her head out to get the better of favourite Cailini Alainn by half a length. Press Association Aidan O’Brien’s charge is a full-brother to last year’s Derby hero Ruler Of The World and still figured among the entries for the Racing Post Trophy at the beginning of the week. He was sent off the 4-7 favourite to build on his debut third at Navan. Seamie Heffernan sat in midfield early and still had a number of horses ahead at the turn for home, but Giovanni Canaletto swept to the front with a powerful surge and careered away to beat Alcatraz by six and a half lengths. Hayes said: “She’s a good mare and I thought on her jumps form she was well handicapped on the Flat. She took a bit of a heave, but her class got her through. She’ll go hurdling now. I don’t know what he has in mind for her, but I do know she has an entry in the Morgiana Hurdle.” David Wachman’s 7-2 chance Off Limits was an eyecatching fourth on her debut and stepped up to take the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Maiden, though it was a close call as she got up in the shadow of the post under Billy Lee to win by a short head. Gary Carroll produced the Willie McCreery-trained Duke Ellington (16-1) with a late charge to take the www.leopardstown.com Nursery by a length and a quarter. last_img read more

first_imgLisa Leslie has been named one of the 11 members of the class of 2015 for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. She will also be inducted to the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame later this year.In her tenure as a Trojan (1990-1994), Leslie was a National Player of the Year and an All-American. Following her graduation from USC, Leslie was a three-time WNBA MVP and a four-time Olympic gold medalist.As the third Women of Troy basketball player to be named to the Hall of Fame, Leslie stands in elite company. Cheryl Miller and Cynthia Cooper, USC’s current women’s basketball coach, are the other former Trojans already in the Hall of Fame. Also in the class of 2015 is former USC men’s basketball coach, George Raveling.From early on in her basketball career, Leslie made a name for herself. When she first started playing basketball in junior high — at the height of 6-foot-1 — Leslie was a force to be reckoned with. She continued to mature in her play and garner attention from top colleges across the country.In 1991, her first year at USC, Leslie was named the National Freshman of the Year and helped USC to the Pac-10 title. Leading the country in scoring and rebounding, Leslie was the first rookie of the Pac-10 to be selected for the first team and for NCAA Freshman of the Year.She carried her outstanding freshman year and continued to dazzle on the court for the Women of Troy the rest of her time in school. Her career at USC was composed of countless accolades as she was a three-time All-American (1992-1994), four-time All-Pac-10 team member (first Pac-10 player to ever do so) and as a senior she was the unanimous 1994 Naismith National Player of the Year.Her presence is still felt at USC as her retired #33 jersey hangs up in the rafters of the Galen Center. Also, she is still USC’s all-time leading shot blocker (321), No. 3 leading scorer (20.1 ppg), No. 4 rebounder (10.1 rpg), No. 5 in free throws made (461) and No. 8 in all-time steals (228).On an Olympic stage, Leslie helped the USA capture the gold medal in the 1996 Atlanta Games, the 2000 Sydney Games, the 2004 Athens Games and the 2008 Beijing Games.In the WNBA, Leslie was a member of the Los Angeles Sparks for 13 seasons. In 2001 and 2002, Leslie led the Sparks to back-to-back WNBA Championships.Not only was Leslie the first woman to ever dunk in a professional basketball game, but she also was named to the All-WNBA first team eight times and the second team four times, and was honored as a Western Conference All-Star eight times and received MVP honors several times.She is still the WNBA’s leader in career rebounds and second in career blocked shots. Her retired #9 uniform — one of two for the Sparks — hangs high in the rafters at the Staples Center to commemorate her legacy with the Sparks.last_img read more

first_imgThe out half was ironically cheered by some supporters after his substitution following a poor display in their defeat to Leicester in the Champions Cup at Thomond park.Foley says his number 10 can shake off the negativity ahead of this weekend’s return leg in Welford road.Meanwhile, Leinster may find out today if they’ll be without Cian Healy for Saturday’s home Champions Cup encounter with Toulon. Healy was cited following an incident in last weeks defeat in France and his hearing takes place today.last_img read more