Cota (28-3, 25 KOs) last fought in April when he lost a split decision to Jeison Rosario on the Danny Garcia-Adrian Granados undercard. Before then, Cota had won three consecutive fights, all of them coming via stoppage. “Watching my Mexican brother Andy Ruiz fight last weekend, I am very motivated,” Cota said. “I saw how he got an unexpected chance to become a champion and surprise the world. He has inspired me to win this fight in the same way.”I will shock the world on June 23, just like Andy did on Saturday, for Mexico, the country that I love. This is the most important fight of my career.”MORE: Ruiz Jr. would ‘love’ Joshua rematch — in MexicoEverything Cota said is right. Andy Ruiz Jr. did fight Anthony Joshua on six weeks notice and pulled off one of the greatest upsets in boxing history to become the first boxer of Mexican descent to become heavyweight champion. Like Ruiz, Cota is Mexican and is facing one of the best fighters in the world.The comparisons stop there. Unlike Ruiz, Cota has fought primarily in his home country, with 25 of his 28 fights in Mexico. While looking at Cota’s resume, the majority of the guys he’s stepped inside the ring with are unknowns. The fighters he has lost to are all known and respectable fighters: Rosario and stoppage losses to Marco Antonio Rubio and Erickson Lubin. Charlo (31-1, 15 KOs) knocked out Lubin in the first round back in October 2017. When the pressure has intensified, Cota has buckled.It’s easy to see why Charlo picked Cota in this situation. Yes, he wants to fight, but more than anything he wants to avenge his loss to Harrison in December and regain what he feels is rightfully his. Charlo can’t do that with a tough opponent and chose a more comfortable path with only 20 days to prepare.Hopefully, Charlo doesn’t overlook Cota because what took place on Saturday can easily happen to him. On Monday afternoon, WBC junior middleweight champion Tony Harrison pulled out of his scheduled rematch with former champion Jermell Charlo due to torn ligaments in his right ankle. Charlo remains on the card and will now headline against Jorge Cota June 23 in Las Vegas. Who is the unknown Cota?Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a year
Ahs 1 0 0 0 0 0 1. Â Â 2 7 0Whs 0 0 0 0 0 1 0. Â Â 1 7 1 by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Lost in this strange season of postponements and cancelations, was the fact the Wellington and Augusta girls might have been playing for an Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Div. IV Championship Thursday afternoon at Worden Park.Thursday it was a battle of the undefeated. Augusta came into the game 12-0. Wellington was 6-0. When the evening was over the more experienced Augusta Orioles won 2-1 and 9-0.The second game was a let-down for the Lady Dukes, who had an uncharacteristic four errors, while generating just one hit at the plate. Megan Hays of Augusta was sensational on the mound holding the Crusaders to just one hit and striking out six.Â The big contest was in game one, in which Wellington lost a heart-breaker to the highly touted Orioles, giving up a run in the bottom of the seventh.This one hurt, because Wellington had a huge rally going in the bottom of the sixth only to leave two girls on base with the game tied at 1-all. Then in the top of the seventh, Augusta got a run on Wellington’s one and only error in the game. The Crusaders then had one last rally in them getting girls on second and third in the bottom half of the seventh only to be unable to get any of the girls in to score.The first contest was about as good as game as you are going to see in high school softball. Augusta most certainly is worthy of its undefeated record, rarely making mistakes. It went error free in game one.Carlie McComb cheers as Wellington scores to tie the game at 1-all.The Orioles opened the game with a M. Kirk single who would eventually come home on a K. Robinson RBI. That 1-0 Augusta score would remain so for the next five innings. Neither team defensively were giving up an inch to the other.In the bottom of the sixth, Wellington made its move. Carlie McComb reached base on a bunt, stole second and advanced to third on a Shanlyn Hefley single. She then came home on a Ryleigh Buck RBI single, knotting the game at 1-all.However, Kailey Jenkins hit a pop-up fly for the Dukes second out and then Peyton Adams lost the benefit of a 3-2 pitch to end the inning.Augusta stormed back in the top of the seventh, when C. Marlnee reached base on balls, and then came home on a second baseman error.Going into the bottom of the seventh, Wellington was back trailing 2-1. In the bottom of the seventh, after two outs, Shelby Hamel and McComb both made singles and reached second and third. However, Augusta ended the game catching a pop-up fly.For the game, both teams had seven hits. Buck finished the game going 2-of-3 at the plate with a double RBI.Game 1 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 (5) 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 Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… 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. -7 Vote up Vote down Duke Fan · 380 weeks ago Get your facts right Tracy. We had 7 errors in the second game. When a foul ball is dropped it is an error by softball rules. We dropped 3 fly balls in foul territory. And the error in the first game was actually not on the first baseman. I watched both games and we should note that Augusta only had 5 hits in the second game so without the mistakes we might have been in the game. Also we only have 2 girls that didn’t play varsity last year and we are a senior laden team. Augusta had several new players. Report Reply 1 reply · active 380 weeks ago +6 Vote up Vote down CueballSumnernewscow 94p · 380 weeks ago My apologies. I stated first baseman originally in the article. It was second baseman after looking back at the scorebook. I have corrected it in the story. All statistical information is provided to me by the coaches. Report Reply +1 Vote up Vote down Duke of Wgtn · 380 weeks ago Hey Duke Fan Relax be glad your getting some coverage. There are several sports going on at one time. Nobody brings our local HS sports coverage like Sumner Newscow. No reason to beat him down because he does not know all the technical rules of the game. Sounds like a daddy to me….Still great job Lady Dukes. Impressed on the turn around. Report Reply 0 replies · active 380 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down WHS FAN · 380 weeks ago Duke Fan…CHIL OUT! Thanks for all of the great sports coverage Cueball! We are always glad to see you at any Wellington event! Report Reply 0 replies · active 380 weeks ago -1 Vote up Vote down Duke Fan · 380 weeks ago nope not a dad,just a follower who likes the news to be reported correctly. I appreciate all Queball does, but he does need to be sure to proofread his news stories before publishing them is all. Report Reply 0 replies · active 380 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! 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MORE WEEK 13:Waiver pickups | FAAB budget | Snap counts | Stock watch | Fantasy playoff SOSJack Doyle, TE, Colts. With Eric Ebron (ankle) out for the rest of the year, Doyle should see regular targets. With favorable matchups in Weeks 13 and 14 (Titans, Buccaneers), Doyle is a prime streaming candidate the next couple games.Check our full Week 13 waiver list for additional waiver wire and free agent ideas, including top pickups Benny Snell Jr., Rashaad Penny, and Bo Scarbrough, plus a bunch of QB/WR/TE/DST streamer suggestions. The top Week 13 fantasy waiver wire pickups and free agent adds feature some potential difference-makers for the final week of the fantasy regular season. Benny Snell, Bo Scarbrough, and Rashaad Penny could all be in lineups this week, while a few other potential injury replacements (Darrel Williams, Mecole Hardman, James Washington, Sterling Shepard, Russell Gage, N’Keal Harry/Jakobi Meyers) are also worth a look. If your fantasy playoff spot is up in the air, you have to get whatever you need to pull out a W. However, if your postseason spot is secure, it’s time to plan ahead for Weeks 14-16, which means looking at schedules and trying to spot some matchup-based sleepers. Those are the types of players to target after waivers clear around 4-5 a.m. ET on Wednesday morning in Yahoo and ESPN leagues.Before we get into that, we should remind you that our full free agent list features the players mentioned above as well as several Week 13 streamers. Again, you might have to do whatever it takes to get as many points as possible this week, and if that means gambling on a streamer this week, we have suggestions for you at every position, including tight end and defense, all of which can be found at the end of the list. You can also look for a new kicker and Thanksgiving side dish recipes with the help of our Week 13 kicker rankings. (Note: The Week 13 kicker rankings will only help with one of those things.) MORE WEEK 13: Waiver wire | Snap counts | Fantasy playoff SOSAs far as looking ahead to playoff matchups, our handy strength of schedule guide is a good place to start. Most of the players listed here are already owned, but there are still some pickup opportunities, including Daniel Jones and Sterling Shepard, who face the soft passes of the Eagles, Dolphins and Redskins in Weeks 14-16. Nick Foles is also on the list for his favorable Weeks 15 and 16 (Raiders, Falcons), while everyone’s favorite punching bag, Kalen Ballage, is also a possibility with two horrible run defenses waiting for him over the final two weeks (Giants, Bengals). Darren Fells is also a sneaky TE option thanks to matchups against the Broncos, Titans, and Bucs. The most likely spot you’ll be streaming in Weeks 14-16 is at D/ST, and the Packers (Giants, Redskins, Bears in Weeks 13-15), Texans (Broncos in Week 14, Bucs in Week 16), and even the Giants (Dolphins, Redskins in Weeks 15 and 16) could be in play. You might be thinking, “I would never start any of those players in the fantasy playoffs!” You say that now, but we all know injury-related shutdowns can happen for teams out of the playoff picture and teams that want to be fully healthy for the playoffs. There are always some strange lineups in the season’s final few weeks, so if you have the roster space, stash players now. WEEK 13 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerTop fantasy football waiver wire pickups and free agent adds for Week 13Unless otherwise noted, only players owned in fewer than 50 percent of Yahoo leagues considered.Darrel Williams, RB, Chiefs. The last time we saw the Chiefs, Damien Williams exited early because of a ribs injury and LeSean McCoy was reportedly being checked for a concussion. Darrel Williams wound up leading the Chiefs in carries (11) and scored a rushing touchdown that game. McCoy reportedly avoided the concussion protocol, but there have been no updates on Damien Williams. Either way, Darrel Williams is worth an add on the chance that he sees more playing time down the stretch as the Chiefs take it easy with their “starters” in preparation for the playoffs. WEEK 13 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endSterling Shepard, WR, Giants. Shepard led the Giants in targets (9) in his first game back in Week 12 after a lengthy layoff because of a concussion. With Golden Tate entering the concussion protocol on Monday, Shepard has a chance to step up and be the No. 1 receiver in Week 13 against the Packers. We’ve outlined his favorable fantasy playoff schedule above (Eagles, Dolphins, Redskins), so this could also be a long-term play even if Tate returns. Darius Slayton could also be a worthwhile pickup if Tate is out multiple weeks.WEEK 13 DFS LINEUPS:FD Cash | FD GPP | DK Cash | DK GPP | Y! Cash | Y! GPPMecole Hardman, WR, Chiefs. Tyreek Hill (hamstring) is another banged-up Chief whose availability for Week 13 against the Raiders is in question. If he’s out, Hardman would see a big uptick in snaps and could easily replicate his line from Week 2 against the Raiders when Hill was out: Four catches (six targets), 61 yards, and a touchdown (with another long TD called back because of a questionable holding penalty). Demarcus Robinson was the real star that day, catching all six of his targets for 172 yards and two scores, and he would also be worth a pickup if Hill is out.MORE WEEK 13 DFS: Stacks | Values | Lineup BuilderDavid Njoku, TE, Browns. Njoku (wrist) could be activated this week for the first time since Week 2. He has a favorable Week 13 matchup against Pittsburgh, but even if he doesn’t play, he’s worth stashing for Week 15 when he plays the greatest of all fantasy matchups for TEs, Arizona. He could also work in Week 14 against the Bengals.
LONG BEACH – Before Monday, the Ayala High School girls water polo team had faced Whittier twice. Each time, Whitter improved. Each time, Ayala lost. That trend continued when the two teams met in the CIF-Southern Section Division III championship game Monday night at Belmont Olympic Pool. Lauren Barron scored five goals and contributed in other ways, too, leading Whittier to a resounding 13-7 victory. Whittier entered the contest as the division’s No. 1 seed. Ayala was No. 2. The familiarity between the teams would seem to eliminate any edge one might have over the other, but afterward, Whittier’s coaches and players talked of watching films of Ayala’s games and forming a game plan based upon the Bulldogs’ tendencies. It was the Cardinals’ defense that set the tone from the opening sprint for possession, refusing to allow the Bulldogs to get comfortable in their offense, and at then igniting the Cardinals’ potent counter attack. “We weren’t running our offense,” Dement said. “They just came out hard and took charge. Most of the first half, we really didn’t set (the offense) up. We were more just spectators.” Ayala’s Erin Herold finished with a team-high five goals in the loss, the Bulldogs second in three consecutive matches against Whittier in a CIF final. “They just kept getting better and better each time we played,” said Ayala goalkeeper Caitlin Dement, who finished with 10 saves. The victorious Cardinals picked the perfect time to play perhaps their best game of the season – maybe in two years – dominating the Bulldogs so much that there can be no question which was the better team. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
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Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces In conjunction with 451 Research, Thales has released its second annual data security research brief. The 2017 Thales Data Threat Report, Federal Edition indicates that 96% of federal workers believe they are “very” or “extremely” vulnerable to data breaches. This number is larger than all other sectors polled by the report.Despite feeling extremely vulnerable , U.S. federal members are putting fewer dollars on security than other sectors, even though their expenditures have risen by three percent since last year. Small staff, strict budgets and lack of cyber expertise are given as the main reasons for data insecurity by 53% of federal respondents. See Also: Hajime malware is turning 300,000 Iot devices into zombiesFederal workers feel insecure about the need to utilize advanced technology such as the cloud, Big Data, and loT, with 71 percent of them believing these technologies are being adopted without properly established security measures in place.“This ‘perfect storm’ of very old systems, tight budgets and being a prime cyber-crime target has created a stressful environment,” says Garrett Bekker, the principal analyst for Information Security at 451 Research.Becker also explains, “A major challenge in securing the far-flung systems in the U.S. federal government is the plethora of aging legacy systems still in place, with one example being a 53-year-old Strategic Automated Command and Control System at the Department of Defense that coordinates U.S. nuclear forces and uses 8-inch floppy disks.” The report states that encryption is the top data security control, with 60 percent of federal employees claiming they’re using this method to guarantee data privacy. The Thales report provides several recommendations to federal agencies that are needing to update to advanced technologies including, the deployment of security toolsets that offer services-based deployments, platforms, and automation and discovering and classifying the location of sensitive data within the cloud, SaaS, big data, IoT and container environments.Focus needed on safety practicesWayne Lewandowski, Vice President of U.S. Federal at Thales e-Security, compares data security to that of banks, in a recent interview with GovConWire. Considering the amount of cyber-criminals and their constant targeting, it’s a safe bet that there will be breaches. However, the most important thing is to maintain practices that keep data and information safe. Only those individuals who really need access to the most sensitive data should have access, versus being available for all users. “The Thales Data Threat Report for US Public Sector demonstrates once again that federal agencies continue to be the largest target of any sector for criminal exploits. We are excited to partner with our government constituents to bring the recognized need for encryption, key management and policy controls to defend critical data,” Lewandowski explains to GovConWire. Small Business Cybersecurity Threats and How to… Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You… Tags:#451 Research#featured#Internet of Things#IoT#security#Thales#top Amanda Razani Related Posts Follow the Puck
Essential Reading! Get my 2nd book: The Lost Art of Closing “In The Lost Art of Closing, Anthony proves that the final commitment can actually be one of the easiest parts of the sales process—if you’ve set it up properly with other commitments that have to happen long before the close. The key is to lead customers through a series of necessary steps designed to prevent a purchase stall.” Buy Now I am good friends with Jeb Blount, Mark Hunter, and Mike Weinberg. We do a little show you might have heard about called OutBound. Here we are talking about Jeb’s new book, Objections, on launch day. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (26.3MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSSI am good friends with Jeb Blount, Mark Hunter, and Mike Weinberg. We do a little show you might have heard about called OutBound. Here we are talking about Jeb’s new book, Objections, on launch day.
pic.twitter.com/MH2ApgzuSx— Josh Sánchez (@jnsanchez) July 20, 2017 Gotta wake bruh up immediately!! pic.twitter.com/1TB3blRekV— Side Niggas Inc. ⚡️ (@AubryBe2raw) July 20, 2017While such a mockery may have left other people upset, Conley responded by humorously comparing the incident to an episode of “Maury,” where talk show guests learn the paternity of their children. Jokes aside, Conley also maintained Myles was indeed his son in a scrolling Instagram post Thursday, July 20. Mikey Conley has been married to his wife, Mary, since 2014.(Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)Biracial children can be born with skin tones that are vastly different from their parents, but one group of Twitter users may not have been aware of that while crafting a post about the son of Memphis Grizzlies point guard Mike Conley.The Turf Talk Boys account posted a photo Tuesday, July 18, of Conley with his wife, Mary, and their toddler son, Myles Alex, claiming the child was born as a result of Mary cheating on her husband.Mr. Nice Guy Mike Conley at it again. He stayed with his wife after she cheated on him and had another man’s baby pic.twitter.com/OdgC5KgGSg— Turf Talk Boys (@Turf_Talk_Boys) July 18, 2017A flood of reactions buying into the tweet followed.that nigga tripping … hell nah— K A N E U S A (@CardoGotWings) July 19, 2017
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, December 28, 2016 – “It is with profound pleasure that I bring holiday greetings to the people of the Turks and Caicos Islands on behalf of the Office of the Leader of the Opposition, and the Progressive National Party during this advent season and as we look forward to the New Year.” “This annual season gives us an opportunity like no other time to reflect and introspect. Reflect on the events of the last twelve months and how it has shaped the lives of us all. In that regard we have much to be thankful for as our beloved Turks and Caicos continues to prosper, and be peaceful albeit new concerns about increased crime. Introspective as we look-back over our own behavior and actions to discover consistencies and contradictions regarding our calling to ‘Love mercy and do justly’ and to walk in humility before our God. ““In the words of the great philosophers – ‘the unexamined life is not worth living’. As we examine our own lives let us extend charity in words and in deed and repent of the motives for the way we have judged others so that the spirit of goodwill to all men ushered in by the saviour will prevail.”“As we face a new year we will continue to experience triumphs and despair at the personal and national level for so goes the course of life. Let us resolve to summon the courage to face these girded in the faith of our fathers pledging our commitment first to God and our loyalty to country above self and all others.” “As some of you look forward to the promise of change I find the words of Shakespeare appropriate.” “This above all: to thine own self be trueAnd it must follow, as the night the dayThou canst not then be false to any man.”“May God’s blessings continue to be with us all during this season.” ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT Related Items:#magneticmedianews Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting #MagneticMediaNews The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo
Korean manufacturer Hyundai’s entry level hatchback offering in India, Eon has reportedly gotten a new 1.litre petrol engine variant, suggests a new report.Eon’s 1.0-litre petrol engine version has been rumoured for quite some time now. A new report by AutoCar India claims that Hyundai has launched the new avatar of Eon in the Indian market and the dealerships of the company across the country have started accepting bookings for the new model.Citing sources close to the development, the report also said that the model will come with features like air-con, power steering, front power windows, keyless entry and 13-inch steel wheels. In terms of the styling, the 1.0-litre Eon looks the same as the current model. The car will be powered by 1.0-litre, three-cylinder motor, which can churn out a power of 65 bhp and a torque of 9.7 kgm .The deliveries of the new Eon is expected to start in few weeks.The new Eon is reportedly available only on the Magna variant and is priced at 3.85 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai) for the metallic paint. The car will rival Maruti Suzuki Alto K10, Maruti Suzuki Estilo and Datsun GO in the domestic market. Currently India’s small car market has been dominated by Maruti Suzuki with its models like Alto, Alto K10 and more.With the launch, Hyundai hopes to stabilize its position in the small car segment. In March, the company reported 8.37 percent decline in total sales at 51,708 units for March 2014 as against the 56,437 units in the same month of last year. In the domestic market, Hyundai sold 35,003 units in the last month, as compared to 33,858 units in March 2013. The export of the company in March plunged by 26 percent to 16,705 units as against 22,579 units in the corresponding month last year.[ED:VS]