By LARRY GAGESpecial to the PRESSFebruary 5, 2015The Port Isabel Lady Tarpons were on the road at Hidalgo Tuesday night, and lost 41-31.With the loss PI has a district record of 6-6 and remains alone in fourth place in District 32-4A with two games left.“We just flat-out didn’t play well,” head PI coach Blake Ramsey said Wednesday morning. “We hung with them in the first half. The other team came out in the second half and it just seemed like they wanted it more in that third quarter.”The game was close throughout the first half. Hidalgo led 8-7 at the end of a quarter of play, 17-15 at the break, and 31-22 at the start of the fourth quarter.Kelcie Swink was Port Isabel’s leading scorer with 12 points and made it a double-double with a team-leading 11 rebounds. Swink also made five steals.Alex Martinez also turned in a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Karina Vela pulled down 11 rebounds.“Hidalgo came out in the second half and put tremendous pressure on us and we did not respond well,” Coach Ramsey said.Hidalgo won the freshmen game 42-36 and Port Isabel got the JV game, 29-21. The Lady Tarpons JV squad is now 8-4 in district play and 14-7 overall.“We’re still a game ahead of Hidalgo and we’re in fourth place by ourselves,” Ramsey said. “We control our own fate. If we win both games we’re in the playoffs.”Last Friday night at home the Ladies went in front 42-41 for their first lead since late in the first quarter and held on to beat Grulla, 48-47. Alex Martinez led the team with 23 points and Marlen Flores scored 13 for Port Isabel. The Lady Tarpons JV won 58-28. There was no freshmen game.The Lady Tarpons will host Progreso this Friday night, Feb. 6, and will play their last regular season game next Monday at La Feria.“It comes down to effort,” Ramsey said. “Both teams will probably come out and press us, and if we handle the press we’ll be all right.”Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. RelatedLady Tarpons Fight Back, Fall 44-39By LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS January 22, 2015 The Port Isabel Lady Tarpons outscored Zapata 19-12 in the fourth quarter of Tuesday night’s district basketball game, but it was not enough to pull the game out and the Lady Hawks gained a 44-39 victory at Tarpon Gym. With…January 23, 2015In “News”Lady Tarpons clinch playoff spotBy LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel Lady Tarpon varsity hoops squad won their third straight district contest of the season Tuesday night, taking the measure of the Hidalgo Lady Pirates on the road, 46-39. In so doing the team guaranteed itself a playoff spot with one…January 31, 2013In “Sports”Lady Tarpons Take Lady ‘Kats in OT, 44-43By LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS January 29, 2015 The Port Isabel Lady Tarpons hoops squad took to the road Tuesday night and took down the Lady Bearkats of Raymondville, 44-43, in overtime. With the win Port Isabel holds on to forth place in the standings of District 32-4A…January 30, 2015In “News” Share
March 13, 2008PENSACOLA, Fla. – The West Florida Baseball team will begin the conference games this weekend at Montevallo. The 2007 GSC Champions, will begin on the road in quest of another GSC title. The three game series includes a doubleheader Saturday beginning at 2:00 pm, and concludes with a single game on Sunday at 1:00 pm.The three game series for the 11-14 Argos and the 17-9 Falcons, is the opening conference series for both teams. Last year, Montevallo won two out of three from the Argos, but UWF prevailed in the conference tournament to win the conference title. Both teams were selected to advance to the NCAA tournament last season, and Montevallo ended the season ranked 28th in the nation, while the Argos were the 23rd ranked team.Beginning this season, both teams were ranked in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper top 40, with Montevallo ranked preseason 16th, and the Argos ranked preseason 29th. The two teams were the top ranked teams in the GSC East Division. The Argos Kyle Andrews, with 35 hits, and Steven Bingert, with four triples, are among the conference offensive leaders so far this season.The games this weekend will be broadcast on Stretch Internet. You can listen to the games on your computer, or via telephone. Go to the UWF Athletics Home page or go to goargos.com, and look for the Stretch Internet Link on the right side of the page. Click on the link and find the game you want to listen to. Most of the conference schedule this season will be broadcast on Stretch Internet. Print Friendly Version UWF Baseball Begins 2008 Conference Play at Montevallo Share
PENSACOLA, Fla. – University of West Florida men’s basketball head coach Jeff Burkhamer has added Brian Benator to the coaching staff as an assistant coach, it was announced Monday. “Brian Benator is a terrific addition to our basketball coaching staff,” Burkhamer said. “Brian is an extremely hard worker and has a tremendous passion for coaching. He loves being in the gym and working with student-athletes. Brian will be very involved with recruiting and his ties to the southeast should be beneficial to our program.” “I want to thank Coach Burkhamer, Dave Scott, Dr. Bense, and the entire West Florida administration for giving me this opportunity,” says Benator. “I am looking forward to working with our student-athletes and helping them achieve all of their goals athletically and academically. Coach Burkhamer has a tremendous vision for our program and I can’t wait to get started”. Benator recently served as an Assistant Coach for two years at Young Harris College where he helped lead the Mountain Lions to the Peach Belt Conference Tournament semifinals during the 2014-15 season. He also helped lead Young Harris to a 17-9 record and a second place finish in the PBC West Division in 2013-14. At YHC he coordinated all recruiting efforts and served as an on-floor coach during team practices and individual skill instruction workouts. Prior to Young Harris, Benator was the Associate Head Post-Graduate Basketball Coach and Recruiting Coordinator at Fishburne Military School in Waynesboro, Va. Benator assisted in all aspects of the program, including on-floor instruction, recruiting, academic monitoring, and the day-to-day operations of the program. Benator also served as the Director of Basketball Operations at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga from 2009-12. Prior to Chattanooga, Benator spent the 2008-09 season with Peach Belt Conference-foe North Georgia College and State University as the graduate assistant. Benator graduated from Georgia in 2008 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management. He completed his Master’s in Business Administration at UTC in August 2011. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS# Print Friendly Version
Pramugari Garuda Indonesia Membagikan Jamu ke penumpang (Garuda Indonesia) Jamu menjadi salah satu minuman tradisional orang Indonesia dan selama pandemi ini, jamu menjadi yang paling di cari untuk menjaga kebugaran dan kesehatan tubuh. Nah bagaimana kalau jamu juga disajikan dalam penerbangan untuk menggantikan atau menambah varian minum baru dalam menu?Baca juga: HokBen Pasok Menu Baru di Garuda Indonesia, Bagaimana Quality Control-nya?Ya, tepat pada 17 Agustus 2020 dalam rangka menyemarakkan perayaan Hari Ulang Tahun Ke-75 Kemerdekaan Republik Indonesia, PT Garuda Indonesia bekerja sama dengan PT Mustika Ratu dengan menghadirkan jamu di menu hidangannya dalam Festive Season Inflight Independence Day. Dikutip KabarPenumpang.com dari berbagai laman sumber, Presiden Direktur PT Mustika Ratu, Bingar Edigius Situmorang mengatakan, pihaknya berharap dengan adanya kerja sama ini, bisa membantu meningkatkan industri jamu di dalam negeri yang masih cukup berpotensial.Ini karena Indonesia memiliki beragam tanaman herbal yang sangat bermanfaat untuk kesehatan tubuh dan dunia usaha juga semakin kreatif didukung perkembangan pasar online yang menjadi salah satu faktor utama pentingnya generasi milenial terhadap industri jamu.“Hal ini untuk menghidupkan kembali jamu sebagai minuman modern yang inovatif serta menjadi bagian dari lifestyle yang sehat bagi masyarakat Indonesia,” ujar Edigius.Dalam kerja sama ini Mustika Ratu menghadirkan fresh jejamu dalam lima varian rasa yakni Kunir Asam, Coco Pandan Latte, Temulawak Latte, Golden Tumeric Latte dan Jahe Merah Sereh. Edigius menambahkan, mereka juga menghadirkan jamu kemasan modern dan siap minum (RTD) seperti Gula Asam, Beras Kencur dan Kunir Asam.“Keduanya, disediakan sebanyak 4.500 unit dan akan didistribusikan oleh tim manajemen Garuda Indonesia kepada penumpang yang berangkat dari Jakarta ke tujuan golden routes yakni Semarang, Makassar, Solo, Surabaya, Medan, Pekanbaru, Denpasar, Yogyakarta, Balikpapan dan Palembang serta rute strategis tujuan internasional Singapura dan Hongkong,” jelasnya.Menurut Egidius, jejamu ini adalah jamu fresh yang diracik dengan resep asli dari DR. BRA Mooryati Soedibyo yang biasa dibuat untuk kesehatan para raja dan ratu di keraton. Selain Jejamu dan RTD, Mustika Ratu juga menyiapkan personal health kit yang terdiri dari masker dan hand sanitizer Zaitun.Direktur Layanan, Pengembangan Usaha, dan IT Garuda Indonesia, Ade R Susardi mengatakan, sejalan dengan misi Garuda Indonesia untuk memperkenalkan keragaman budaya serta keramahtamahan khas Indonesia dalam seluruh touch point layanan penerbangan, jalinan kerja sama dengan Mustika Ratu diharapkan dapat menghadirkan pengalaman penerbangan yang lebih berkesan bagi penumpang.“Kami tentunya berharap berbagai upaya peningkatan layanan baik pada aspek safety, keamanan dan kenyamanan penerbangan tersebut dapat semakin menggiatkan confident dan minat masyarakat untuk menggunakan moda transportasi udara di masa adaptasi kebiasaan baru ini bersama Garuda Indonesia,” kata Ade.Baca juga: Mulai 1 Oktober, Singapore Airlines Tawarkan Ramen untuk Penumpang Kelas Satu dan BisnisSayangnya, kehadiran jamu dari Mustika Ratu dalam penerbangan Garuda Indonesia tidaklah lama. Ade menyebutkan ini hanya berlangsung pada penerbangan di 17 Agustus 2020 untuk memperingati HUT RI Ke-75 Kemerdekaan Republik Indonesia.“Ini hanya satu hari saja,” ujarnya ketika dihubungi KabarPenumpang.com, Selasa (18/8/2020).Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related
Emma Talley became the first NCAA individual champion in Alabama women’s golf history.BRADENTON, Fla. – Emma Talley became the first NCAA individual champion in Alabama women’s golf history Monday.She finished 3-under 285 Monday at the Concession Golf Club. Her bogey-free final round of 3-under 69 sealed the one-shot victory.“It was just an incredible week,” Talley said. “I had been playing well up to this point, and everything kind of came together and clicked just at the right time. God’s blessed me with so much, and I just took it and ran with it.”Talley entered the final round with a one-stroke lead. She started on the back nine, and played the first nine at even-par, making pars on all nine holes. When her birdie putt on the par-4 18th lipped out and Duke’s Leona Maguire took the lead at 1-under, Talley would answer right back with a birdie on the par-4 first.Continuing her bogey-free round, the junior golfer from Princeton, Kentucky, would par No. 2, before making birdie on the par-5 third, once again countering Maguire’s birdie, and moving to 2 under.Clutch putting on the par-3 fourth, the par-3 sixth, and the par-4 eighth preserved Talley’s 2 under, and she would walk to her final hole with a one-stroke lead.On the par-4 ninth, Talley’s tee shot would find the fairway bunker. She would hit seven-iron from the sand 148 yards from the hole, and would land it on the green, within eight feet of the hole.“It was as good (a shot) as I’ve seen,” head coach Mic Potter said. “Up-hill, and into the wind, and to be able to hit it that solid, it never left the flagstick. It was pretty impressive.”Lining up her birdie putt, the horns sounded and play was suspended for 52 minutes for lightning in the area. After the delay, Talley would sink the putt, to close the first, and one of only two, bogey-free rounds of the championships at 3-under 69.“I came back out (from the clubhouse), and all the nerves hit me again,” Talley said. “It was really nerve-racking, but I think my past experiences really helped me be able to take care of that pressure.”On a course that averaged 77.82 strokes per round and penalized golfers with 685 double bogeys and higher, Talley did not have a score over bogey. She played the par-4s best in the field at 1 under, 3.98 shots per hole. Talley was the only player to average an under-par score on par-4s.“This golf course is so pure,” Talley said. “It’s really difficult, but it tests you, and I love that. I love the challenge. I had boxes on the fairways and boxes on the greens, and I just put (my ball) in place, and tried to put it in position every time.”The round goes down as Talley’s lowest at the NCAA Championships in her career and her second round of under par of the weekend. The 69 marks the junior’s 16th round of par or lower of the season, and it is her fourth round in the 60s. For Talley’s career, she now has 43 rounds of par or lower, with nine of those in the 60s. The victory is Talley’s second of her college career, and first since her freshman year at the PING/ASU Invitational in April 2013.Talley’s 3-under 285 (70-73-73-69) is the second best under par and second lowest score for any Alabama golfer in a 72-hole event, trailing only Jennifer Kirby’s 4-under 284 in 2010. Previously, the best finish at the NCAA Championships by a UA player was Brooke Pancake in 2012, as she finished second. It is just the 13th round in the 60s by a UA player in NCAA Championships history.With the title, Talley adds to a long list of accomplishments. She becomes the fifth player in history to win a U.S. Amateur and an NCAA Championships individual crown, and the first since Virada Nirapathpongporn (2002/2003). Talley was also a part of the 2014 U.S. Curtis Cup win, and was the low amateur at the 2014 British Open.As a team, Alabama finished 14th at 74-over 1,226. The Crimson Tide shot an 11-over 299, the team’s best round of the tournament.
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With the 2015 NFL scouting combine less than two weeks away, the Ravens brass as well as representatives from the 31 other teams will soon be descending on Indianapolis as draft preparation kicks into high gear.Baltimore’s greatest positions of need — in early February — include (in no particular order) wide receiver, cornerback, running back, safety, and tight end. Of course, that list will change and evolve as salary-cap cuts are made and free agency opens next month.The 2015 draft begins in Chicago on April 30 and runs through May 2. The Ravens own the 26th overall pick in the first round and are currently slotted to have six choices, but they are also projected to receive three compensatory picks, bringing the total to nine.Below is the full list of players invited to the combine:QUARTERBACKSAnthony Boone, DukeBrandon Bridge, South AlabamaCody Fajardo, NevadaGarrett Grayson, Colorado StateConnor Halliday, Washington StateBrett Hundley, UCLASean Mannion, Oregon StateMarcus Mariota, OregonNick Marshall, AuburnBryce Petty, BaylorBlake Sims, AlabamaJameis Winston, Florida StateBryan Bennett, Southeastern Louisiana (throwing quarterback to assist with drills)Shane Carden, East Carolina (throwing quarterback to assist with drills)Jerry Lovelocke, Prairie View A&M (throwing quarterback to assist with drills)RUNNING BACKSAmeer Abdullah, NebraskaJay Ajayi, Boise StateJavorius Allen, USCCameron Artis-Payne, AuburnDominique Brown, LouisvilleMalcolm Brown, TexasMichael Burton (FB), RutgersB.J. Catalon, TCUDavid Cobb, MinnesotaTevin Coleman, IndianaJohn Crockett, North Dakota StateMike Davis, South CarolinaMichael Dyer, LouisvilleJahwan Edwards, Ball StateJalston Fowler (FB), AlabamaMelvin Gordon, WisconsinTodd Gurley, GeorgiaDee Hart, Colorado StateBraylon Heard, KentuckyKenny Hilliard, LSUJoey Iosefa, HawaiiDavid Johnson, Northern IowaDuke Johnson, Miami (Fla.)Gus Johnson, Stephen F. AustinMatt Jones, FloridaJeremy Langford, Michigan StateTerrence Magee, LSUMarcus Murphy, MissouriThomas Rawls, Central MichiganJosh Robinson, Mississippi StateRoss Scheuerman, LafayetteTyler Varga, YaleKarlos Williams, Florida StateTrey Williams, Texas A&MT.J. Yeldon, AlabamaZach Zenner, South Dakota StateWIDE RECEIVERSNelson Agholor, USCMario Alford, West VirginiaDres Anderson, UtahKenny Bell, NebraskaDa’Ron Brown, Northern IllinoisKaelin Clay, UtahSammie Coates, AuburnChris Conley, GeorgiaAmari Cooper, AlabamaJamison Crowder, DukeDavaris Daniels, Notre DameDevante Davis, UNLVGeremy Davis, ConnecticutTitus Davis, Central MichiganStefon Diggs, MarylandPhillip Dorsett, Miami (Fla.)Devin Funchess, MichiganAntwan Goodley, BaylorDorial Green-Beckham, MissouriRashad Greene, Florida StateRannell Hall, Central FloridaJustin Hardy, East CarolinaJosh Harper, Fresno StateChristion Jones, AlabamaDezmin Lewis, Central ArkansasTony Lippett, Michigan StateTyler Lockett, Kansas StateDeon Long, MarylandDonatella Luckett, HardingVince Mayle, Washington StateTre McBride, William & MaryTy Montgomery, StanfordKeith Mumphery, Michigan StateJ.J. Nelson, Alabama-BirminghamDeVante Parker, LouisvilleBreshad Perriman, Cental FloridaEzell Ruffin, San Diego StateDeAndre Smelter, Georgia TechDevin Smith, Ohio StateJaelen Strong, Arizona StateDarren Waller, Georgia TechDeAndrew White, AlabamaKevin White, West VirginiaCam Worthy, East CarolinaTIGHT ENDSBlake Bell, OklahomaE.J. Bibbs, Iowa StateNick Boyle, DelawareGerald Christian, LouisvilleCameron Clear, Texas A&MA.J. Derby, ArkansasJeff Heuerman, Ohio StateJesse James, Penn StateBen Koyack, Notre DameTyler Kroft, RutgersNick O’Leary, Florida StateMyCole Pruitt, Southern IllinoisWes Saxton, South AlabamaJean Sifrin, MassachusettsRandall Telfer, USCEric Tomlinson, UTEPClive Walford, Miami (Fla.)Maxx Williams, MinnesotaOFFENSIVE LINEMENAl Bond (T), MemphisBrett Boyko (T), UNLVJamon Brown (T), LouisvilleTrenton Brown (G), FloridaA.J. Cann (G), South CarolinaT.J. Clemmings (T), PittsburghTakoby Cofield (T), DukeLa’el Collins (T), LSURob Crisp (T), North Carolina StateReese Dismukes (C), AuburnAndrew Donnal (T), IowaJamil Douglas (T), Arizona StateCameron Erving (T), Florida StateTayo Fabuluje (T), TCUJon Feliciano (G), FloridaB.J. Finney (C), Kansas StateJake Fisher (T), OregonEreck Flowers (T), Miami (Fla.)Andy Gallik (C), Boston CollegeMax Garcia (C), FloridaLaurence Gibson (T), Virginia TechMark Glowinski (G), West VirginiaHroniss Grasu (C), OregonChaz Green (T), FloridaChad Hamilton (T), Coastal CarolinaJarvis Harrison (G), Texas A&MBobby Hart (T), Florida StateRob Havenstein (T), WisconsinSean Hickey (T), SyracuseD.J. Humphries (T), FloridaTre Jackson (G), Florida StateArie Kouandjio (G), AlabamaGreg Mancz (C), ToledoAli Marpet (T), HobartJosue Matias (G), Florida StateDarrian Miller (T), KentuckyJohn Miller (G), LouisvilleMitch Morse (T), MissouriRobert Myers (G), Tennessee StateCedric Ogbuehi (T), Texas A&MAndrus Peat (T), StanfordTerry Poole (T), San Diego StateJeremiah Poutasi (T), UtahCorey Robinson (T), South CarolinaTy Sambrailo (T), Colorado StateBrandon Scherff (T), IowaAdam Shead (G), OklahomaAustin Shepherd (T), AlabamaDonovan Smith (T), Penn StateTyrus Thompson (T), OklahomaLaken Tomlinson (G), DukeDaryl Williams (T), OklahomaDEFENSIVE LINEMENHenry Anderson (DE), StanfordArik Armstead (DE), OregonTavaris Barnes (DE), ClemsonVic Beasley (DE), ClemsonMichael Bennett (DT), Ohio StateAngelo Blackson (DT), AuburnMalcom Brown (DT), TexasAnthony Chickillo (DE), Miami (Fla.)Frank Clark (DE), MichiganXavier Coooper (DT), Washington StateChristian Covington (DT), RiceCorey Crawford (DE), ClemsonCarl Davis (DT), IowaTyeler Davison (DE), Fresno StateRyan Delaire (DE), TowsonB.J. Dubose (DE), LouisvilleMario Edwards (DE), Florida StateKyle Emanuel (DE), North Dakota StateTrey Flowers (DE), ArkansasDante Fowler (DE), FloridaMarkus Golden (DE), MissouriEddie Goldman (DT), Florida StateRandy Gregory (DE), NebraskaMarcus Hardison (DE), Arizona StateEli Harold (DE), VirginiaZach Hodges (DE), HarvardDanielle Hunter (DE), LSUMartin Ifedi (DE), MemphisGrady Jarrett (DT), ClemsonDerrick Lott (DT), Tennessee-ChattanoogaJoey Mbu (DT), HoustonEllis McCarthy (DT), UCLARakeem Nunez-Roches (DT), Southern MississippiOwamagbe Odighizuwa (DE), UCLANate Orchard (DE), UtahLeon Orr (DT), FloridaDavid Parry (NT), StanfordJordan Phillips (DT), OklahomaDarius Philon (DT), ArkansasShane Ray (DE), MissouriCedric Reed (DE), TexasBobby Richardson (DT), IndianaRyan Russell (DE), PurdueDanny Shelton (NT), WashingtonDeon Simon (NT), Northwestern StatePreston Smith (DE), Mississippi StateZa’Darius Smith (DE), KentuckyJ.T. Surratt (DT), South CarolinaLynden Trail (DE), Norfolk StateLouis Trinca-Pasat (DT), IowaDavis Tull (DE), Tennessee-ChattanoogaZack Wagenmann (DE), MontanaLeterrius Walton (DT), Central MichiganLeonard Williams (DT), USCGabe Wright (DT), AuburnLINEBACKERSKwon Alexander (OLB), LSUStephone Anthony (ILB), ClemsonNeiron Ball (OLB), FloridaYannik Cudjoe-Virgil (OLB), MarylandAaron Davis (ILB), Colorado StatePaul Dawson (ILB), TCUTrey DePriest (ILB), AlabamaXzavier Dickson (OLB), AlabamaBud Dupree (OLB), KentuckyAlani Fua (OLB), BYUGeneo Grissom (OLB), OklahomaObum Gwacham (DE), Oregon StateBryce Hager (ILB), BaylorBen Heeney (ILB), KansasAmarlo Herrera (ILB), GeorgiaJordan Hicks (ILB), TexasMike Hull (ILB), Penn StateA.J. Johnson (ILB), TennesseeTaiwan Jones (ILB), Michigan StateEric Kendricks (ILB), UCLAHau’oli Kikaha (OLB), WashingtonLorenzo Mauldin (OLB), LouisvilleBenardrick McKinney (ILB), Mississippi StateMark Nzeocha (OLB), WyomingDenzel Perryman (ILB), Miami (Fla.)Hayes Pullard (ILB), USCEdmond Robinson (OLB), NewberryJake Ryan (OLB), MichiganMartrell Spaight (OLB), ArkansasJ.R. Tavai (OLB), USCShaq Thompson (OLB), WashingtonMax Valles (OLB), VirginiaTony Washington (OLB), OregonDamien Wilson (ILB), MinnesotaRamik Wilson (ILB), GeorgiaDEFENSIVE BACKSAdrian Amos (S), Penn StateDetrick Bonner (S), Virginia TechIbraheim Campbell (S), NorthwesternAlex Carter (CB), StanfordD.C. Celiscar (CB), Western MichiganJustin Coleman (CB), TennesseeJalen Collins (CB), LSULandon Collins (S), AlabamaJustin Cox (S), Mississippi StateRonald Darby (CB), Florida StateQuandre Diggs (CB), TexasLorenzo Doss (CB), TulaneKurtis Drummond (S), Michigan StateIfo Ekpre-Olomu (CB), OregonDurell Eskridge (S), SyracuseCharles Gaines (CB), LouisvilleClayton Geathers (S), Central FloridaJacoby Glenn (CB), Central FloridaSenquez Golson (CB), Ole MissDoran Grant (CB), Ohio StateLadarius Gunter (CB), Miami (Fla.)Chris Hackett (S), TCUAnthony Harris (S), VirginiaTroy Hill (CB), OregonGerod Holliman (S), LouisvilleKyshoen Jarrett (S), Virginia TechA.J. Jefferson (CB), UCLAKevin Johnson (CB), Wake ForestByron Jones (CB), ConnecticutCraig Mager (CB), Texas StateDean Marlowe (S), James MadisonBobby McCain (CB), MemphisTevin McDonald (S), Eastern WashingtonSteven Nelson (CB), Oregon StateGarry Peters (CB), ClemsonMarcus Peters (CB), WashingtonCody Prewitt (S), Ole MissDamarious Randall (S), Arizona StateJordan Richards (S) StanfordQuinten Rollins (CB), Miami (Ohio)Eric Rowe (CB), UtahJames Sample (S), LouisvilleJosh Shaw (CB), USCJacorey Shepherd (CB), KansasD’Joun Smith (CB), Florida AtlanticDerron Smith (S), Fresno StateTye Smith (CB), TowsonDamian Swann (CB), GeorgiaJaquiski Tartt (S), SamfordTrae Waynes (CB), Michigan StateKevin White (CB), West VirginiaJermaine Whitehead (S), AuburnP.J. Williams (CB), Florida StateJulian Wilson (CB), OklahomaSPECIALISTSWill Bauman (P), North Carolina StateKyle Brindza (K), Notre DameJoe Cardona (LS), NavyKyle Christy (P), FloridaSam Ficken (K), Penn StateWill Johnson (P), Texas StateJosh Lambo (K), Texas A&MKyle Loomis (P), Portland StateJustin Manton (K), Louisiana-MonroeTrevor Pardula (P), KansasJared Roberts (K), Colorado StateSpencer Roth (P), Baylor
Related iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — The Marine Corps commandant, Gen. Robert Neller, answered tough questions from U.S. senators on both sides of the aisle Tuesday about the growing scandal of explicit photos being shared on the Marines United Facebook page and other websites.Neller called the actions of Marines engaged in cyberbullying female members of the corps “truly disturbing and unacceptable.”He told the Senate Armed Services Committee, along with acting Secretary of the Navy Sean Stackley and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Ronald Green, that the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) is investigating the allegations and will hold any service members involved accountable.But some senators were not satisfied with the military leadership’s response.“When you say to us ‘it’s got to be different’ that rings hollow,” Sen. Kristen Gillibrand, D-N.Y., said. “I don’t know what you mean when you say that. Why does it have to be different because you all of a sudden feel that is has to be different? Who has been held accountable?” Gillibrand pressed Gen. Neller about how commanders would be held responsible as well.“It is a serious problem when we have members of our military denigrating female Marines who will give their life to this country in the way they have with no response from leadership,” Gillibrand said.“So if you’re dedicated to fixing the culture of the Marines and all the services, what do you plan to do to hold commanders responsible who fail to get this done?” she added.Neller has acknowledged that the sharing of explicit photos online is linked to a broader cultural problem that must be addressed.“I’m responsible,” Neller responded to Gillibrand. “I’m the commandant. I own this, and we are going to have to, you know, you’ve heard it before, but we’re going to have to change how we see ourselves and how we do, how we treat each other. That’s a lame answer, but ma’am that’s the best I can tell you right now. We’ve got to change, and that’s on me.”On Friday, Neller made an impassioned request to women who may have been victims of the military’s nude photo sharing scandal to step forward, so that those responsible could be held accountable. As of Friday, he said “less than 10” female victims had been identified.On Tuesday, Neller told the committee that a “small number” of victims have come forward, but he repeated the need for others to speak out about online harassment they had received. Secretary Stackley said a tip line set up for service members to share information with leadership had received 53 calls as of Monday.It’s estimated that 30,000 people had access to the Marines United Facebook page, a private Facebook group originally established several years ago as a support network to help fellow Marine veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder from combat, Neller said. A link posted on the site led to another internet storage site where some members of the group posted explicit photos of female Marines; the link and separate site have since been removed by the internet service provider, according to Neller.Both Neller and Stackley said that about 500 Marines United members had accessed the link that contained the explicit photos. They did not have a breakdown of active duty military personnel who were involved in that site, versus veterans or civilians. Stackley said anonymity can make it difficult to identify individuals online.The other military services are also looking into reports that photos of female service members from all of the services were posted on additional websites.The Marine Corps has the lowest percentage of female members among the five military services, with women making up about 7 to 8 percent of all Marines, and it has focused recruiting efforts on increasing the number of women in uniform.Neller addressed the relationship between some male and female Marines in Tuesday’s hearing.“I mean and the female Marines are a small group in our corps,” he said. “And for whatever reason, there are still some number, and I don’t think it’s separate from the sexual assault issue, but this issue of denigration of women, objectification of women, misogyny, however you want articulate it, are just bad behavior is tied to the way that some … male Marines look at women in the Marine Corps.”In his opening statement, he asked female Marines past and present to trust that the “problem” will be corrected.“I know I’m asking a lot of you right now, but I ask you trust the leadership of the Marine Corps to take action and correct this problem. I ask you to trust me personally as your commandant, and when I say I’m outraged that many of you haven’t been given the same respect when you earn the title Marine,” he said.Neller listed several examples of female Marines who have been killed recently in the line of duty, asking male Marines, “How much more do the females of our corps have to do to be accepted?”“We have to commit to get rid of this perversion to our culture. Enough is enough,” Neller added. He did say that he believes this scandal is “not indicative of the great majority of Marines.”Active-duty service members who take and share explicit photos of someone without their consent can be punished through the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) under varying articles.Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., suggested active-duty Marines should be dishonorably discharged to send a “signal” to deter others from similar behavior.Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., suggested that veterans convicted of these actions could lose benefits coverage.“We need to make it a very frightening proposition for people going forward to be captured in this sort of activity,” Tillis said.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico
Despite the match being played behind closed doors, several Porto supporters made the short trip to congregate outside the stadium.They were left disappointed though, as their side’s title hopes were dealt a blow.Second-placed Benfica, who sit one point behind Porto, could take top spot on Thursday when the reigning champions host Tondela.Promoted Famalicao led the table themselves earlier in the season before a poor run of form, but moved back into fifth, two points adrift of fourth-placed Sporting Lisbon.Fabio Martins broke the deadlock for the hosts in the 48th minute, before Porto equalised 16 minutes from time through Jesus Manuel Corona.But young midfielder Pote had the final say for Famalicao four minutes later as they added another famous victory to their league double over Sporting this season.Earlier, Lucas’ goal in the second half secured a 1-0 win for second-bottom Portimonense against Gil Vicente to boost their survival hopes.The German Bundesliga restarted in mid-May, while Spain’s La Liga, the English Premier League and Italy’s Serie A are all scheduled to resume later this month.However, Ligue 1 in France and the Dutch Eredivisie both ended their seasons early.The restart in Portugal has been overshadowed by bickering between clubs.Health authorities called for games to be staged “in the fewest number of stadiums possible”. Ultimately, 16 of the 18 top-flight clubs will play at their home ground.Maritimo are blocking the league’s proposal to allow five substitutions — up from the standard three — to ease the physical strain on players.Some clubs, including Benfica, are also upset about the decision to broadcast matches on free-to-air television.
Edith JohnsonEdith E. Johnson, age 93, loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and great great grandmother, died Wednesday evening, October 17, 2018 at Via Christi St. Joseph Hospital in Wichita, Kansas. She was a homemaker and had been a Wichita, KS resident most of her adult life.Edith was born on January 25, 1925 in Wellington, KS to Roy McDonald and Mrytle (Sidebottom) McDonald. She was raised in the Wellington, KS and was a graduate of Wellington High School with the Class of 1943.Edith married Stanley Johnson on June 22, 1973 in Wichita, KS.She was preceded in death by her parents; daughter, Janet Wright; sister, Pauline Daniels; and two brothers, Amos McDonald and Glen McDonald.Survivors include her loving husband of 45 years, Stanley Johnson of Wichita, KS; daughter, Julie Roberts and her husband T.J. of Wellington, KS; stepson, Lance Johnson of Wichita, KS; step daughter, April Bobo and her husband Kenny of Ash Flat, AR; four grandchildren, Travis Roberts and his wife Mary and Heather Jones all of Haysville, KS, Kimberley Lowery and her husband Jack of Bixby, OK and Kerry Lamb and his wife Paula of Broken Arrow, OK; one step grandson, Clay Jones of Jonesboro, AR; six great grandchildren Makenna, Taylor and Takoda Roberts and Isaac Jones all of Haysville, KS, Jessika Lowery and Jordyn Lowery both of Bixby, OK; and one great great granddaughter, Mia Elena Rodriguez.Graveside Services will be held on Monday, October 22, 2018 at 11:00 A.M. at the Prairie Lawn Cemetery, Wellington, KS. Reverend G. Edmond Thomas will officiate.In honoring Edith’s wishes there will be no visitation at the funeral home.A memorial has been established with the American Heart Association. Contributions can be left at or mailed to the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.net