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MANILA, Philippines AP Delegates attending an international conference in the Philippines capital may not see what they came to discuss: abject poverty.
A makeshift, temporary wall has been erected across a bridge on a road from the airport to downtown Manila that hides a sprawling slum along a garbage-strewn creek.
Presidential spokesman Ricky Carandang defended the walls installation, saying today any country will do a little fixing up before a guest comes.
He expressed hope that this weeks annual meeting of Asian Development Bank Board of Governors, which includes finance ministers and senior officials from 67 member states, will show the Philippines is open for business.
The lending institition, which is headquartered in its own walled compound in Manila, aims to cut poverty in the Asia-Pacific region.
We need to show our visitors that Metro Manila is orderly. We owe it to ourselves, said metropolital Manila chief Francis Tolentino.
I see nothing wrong with beautifying our surroundings. We are not trying to keep the poor out of the picture, he said.
There was no immediate comment from ADB. Johns Scholar of the Day is Garrett Nagel. Congratulations Garrett! Jeffersons Scholar of the Day is Sidney Claypool.
Congratulations Sidney! And its unrecognized in the countries where you could have a massive effect in reducing these deaths. Sophisticated and expensive intensive care saves the majority of preterm babies in the U.
The risk of death from prematurity is at least 12 times higher for an African newborn than for a European baby, the report found.
Globally, prematurity is not only the leading killer of newborns but the second-leading cause of death in children under 5.
These facts should be a call to action, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon wrote in an introduction to the report.
Three-quarters of the deaths could be prevented by spreading some simple, inexpensive treatments to the neediest countries, the report concludes.
Theyre standard in developed countries; wider use in low-income countries could save nearly , babies a year. Even more lives could be saved by teaching kangaroo care, in which moms carry their tiny babies nestled skinto-skin on their bare chests for warmth when there are no incubators.
To see babies who are grams about 2 pounds survive. Also needed: Antibiotics to fight the infections that often kill newborns, and antiseptic cream to prevent umbilical cord infection.
Survival isnt the only hurdle. No one knows how many preemies suffer disabilities including cerebral palsy, blindness or learning disorders.
Thats why preventing preterm births in the first place is the ultimate goal, one reason for comparing countries to learn why some do better and some worse.
Previously, the groups had estimated that 13 million babies were born prematurely each year, based on regional data.
About 12 percent of U. In contrast, just 5. Experts cant fully explain why the U. But part of the reason must be poorer access to prenatal care for uninsured U.
African-American women are nearly twice as likely as white women to receive late or no prenatal care, and they have higher rates of preterm birth as well, he said.
By The Associated Press Today is Thursday, May 3, the th day of There are days left in the year. Todays Highlight in History: On May 3, , Margaret Mitchell won the Pulitzer Prize for her novel, Gone With the Wind.
On this date: In , Poland adopted a national constitution. In , Washington, D. In , Wisconsin Gov. Francis E. McGovern signed the first U.
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Cleveland wont renew Occupy groups permit By THOMAS J. SHEERAN and ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS Associated Press CLEVELAND Occupy protesters must ask serious questions about their open-arms policy in light of charges brought against five members accused of trying to blow up an Ohio bridge, a top Cleveland official said Wednesday.
The city declined to renew the groups downtown encampment permit on Wednesday, a denial planned before the bridge plot arrests were announced Monday, said Ken Silliman, chief of staff to Mayor Frank Jackson.
The group, which remained by its encampment tent Wednesday night despite a 5 p. Police are monitoring, but no arrests have been made. The decision was made with the allegations as a backdrop, Silliman added.
I think a fair question to ask of Occupy Cleveland, is, if you have portrayed your organization up till now as welcome to all-comers the tent will accommodate anyone and everyone how does that change when something like the events of yesterday happen?
Silliman said. How does that change when some of the people youve welcomed into your decision-making are now accused of such serious felonies?
That question must be asked even if the city accepts the organizations statements that it is nonviolent and was distancing itself from those charged in the plot, Silliman said.
Occupy members, who received an encampment permit in October, planned to sit in protest of the tents dismantling by police, but dont plan to be arrested, Occupy Cleveland spokesman Joseph Zitt said.
The group has said the men didnt represent Occupy Cleveland and were not acting on its behalf. Sillimans statements are something the group must discuss, he said.
But Greenpeace chastises others Apple, Amazon and Microsoft for relying on so-called dirtier sources of power, such as coal and nuclear, to run their huge data centers.
When people around the world share their music or photos on the cloud, they want to know that the cloud is powered by clean, safe energy, says Gary Cook, a Senior Policy Analyst with Greenpeace.
Yet highly innovative and profitable companies like Apple, Amazon and Microsoft are building data centers powered by coal and acting like their customers wont know or wont care.
Theyre wrong. Greenpeaces report evaluates 14 major tech firms and the electricity supply chains in use across more than 80 different data centers that power cloud-based services.
Some of the largest data centers are in buildings so big they are visible from space and use as much power as , European homes.
If the cloud were its own country, says Greenpeace, it would rank 5th in the world in electricity consumption. Companies like Google, Yahoo and Facebook are beginning to lead the sector down a clean energy pathway through innovations in energy efficiency, prioritizing renewable energy access when siting their data centers, and demanding better energy options from utilities and government decision-makers, reports Greenpeace.
But unfortunately the majority of the industry is not marching in step. As such, Greenpeace is calling on all tech companies with cloud services to develop siting policies based on access to clean energy sources, invest in or directly purchase renewable energy, be transparent about their energy usage, share innovative solutions so the sector as a whole can improve, and demand that governments and utilities increase the percentage of clean, green power available on the grid.
EarthTalk is written and edited by Roddy Scheer and Doug Moss and is a registered trademark of E - The Environmental Magazine www. Send questions to: earthtalk emagazine.
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Media outlets citing an internal report say the Summit County sheriff fired the year-old deputy this week for mistreating inmates, acting inappropriately and having a cellphone in the jail, apparently used to play the music.
The report says the deputy invited colleagues to watch April 11 as inmates danced. The Akron Beacon Journal reports one inmate did the worm, while another said he mimicked a robot so he could use the phone to contact relatives after a family members death.
Investigators say the deputy admitted his mistake but said he was only trying to ease tension in the jail. COLUMBUS AP Ohios agriculture director says the current fee structure wouldnt cover the cost of a proposal to regulate dangerous exotic wildlife in the state.
Animal owners had complained that some proposed fees would be cost-prohibitive. The bills sponsor, Republican Sen. Troy Balderson of Zanesville, agreed to cut some of those fees in response before the measure was approved by the Senate.
The Columbus Dispatch reports Agriculture Director David Daniels spoke Wednesday to House lawmakers considering the program. He says there would be a huge gap between the cost and the revenue produced.
Efforts to regulate exotic animals took on new urgency in October, when a suicidal owner released dozens of tigers, bears and other creatures.
They were killed by authorities. State announces harmful algae bloom advisory levels for Ohio has announced this seasons strategy for Harmful Algal Blooms HABs in recreational waters.
The most notable change to the strategy is the addition of permanent signage that will be displayed at certain state park lakes along with information about HABs.
The use of permanent signage is another tool to help increase public awareness while providing educational color photos illustrating what to look for in the water.
In addition to the permanent signage, two new colorcoded signs will be posted at beaches where toxin levels exceed the limits in the HAB Response Strategy for Recreational Waters.
An orange Recreational Public Health Advisory sign will be posted at beaches when toxin levels exceed the recommended threshold, warning individuals who are elderly or very young and people with compromised immune systems that swimming or wading is not recommended.
A red No Contact Advisory sign will be posted when toxin levels exceed the recommended threshold and there are one or more probable cases of human illness or pet deaths attributable to HABs.
This sign will warn people that unsafe toxins are present in the water and to avoid any contact. Once an advisory is posted, the state will sample until toxins reach safe levels or until the end of the beach season in Ohio.
For the most up-to-date information on HABs, access ohioalgaeinfo. The website. When things like this happen, we discover there might be factors that we had not necessarily thought of before, Zitt said.
Questions arise, they get discussed in assembly, we come to consensus on it. Were learning. The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio questioned the timing of the permit revocation, saying it was concerned Jacksons announcement was an attempt to connect the entire Occupy movement to the bomb plot.
Individuals are responsible for their own actions, not the groups they affiliate with, ACLU of Ohio Legal Director James Hardiman said in a statement.
City officials should not be in the business of condemning an entire group of people based on the actions of others. Bill Dobbs, a spokesman for Occupy in New York, also said the arrests have nothing to do with the Occupy movement that began last fall.
This incident has nothing to do with Occupy Wall Street, which explicitly stands for non-violence, he said. Before theres a rush to judgment, facts need to come out.
Those charged are entitled to a fair trial and due process. The five were charged Tuesday with plotting to bomb a bridge linking two wealthy Cleveland suburbs by placing what they thought were real explosives at the site and repeatedly trying to detonate them using text messages from cellphones, according to the FBI affidavit.
On Wednesday, an attorney representing one of the defendants questioned the role of an undercover informant, saying the ex-con hired by the FBI appeared to have played an active role in the plot.
Cleveland defense lawyer John Pyle said his client, Brandon Baxter, will plead not guilty in the case, which is set for a preliminary hearing next week.
An attorney for a second defendant, Douglas Wright, said his client also will plead not guilty. The attorney for a third defendant, Anthony Hayne, said his only information came from the page affidavit.
E - The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: Why is Greenpeace upset with some leading tech companies for so-called dirty cloud computing?
Can you explain? Jeremy Wilkins, Waco, TX Leading tech companies like Google, Apple and Microsoft are now offering unprecedented amounts of data storage and access to apps on huge Internet-connected servers, saving consumers and businesses the hassle of installing and running programs and storing information on their own local computers.
This emerging trend, dubbed cloud computing, means that these providers have had to scale up their power consumption considerably, as they are increasingly responsible for providing more and more of the computing horsepower required by the worlds two billion Internet users.
No doubt, sharing such resources on centralized servers is more efficient than every individual and business running their own versions separately.
But for the greenhouse gas savings to be realized, the companies offering cloud computing services need to make the right energy choices.
Greenpeace has been tracking sustainability among tech companies for over a decade, and recently released a report, How Green is Your Cloud? Greenpeace wants companies like Apple, Amazon and Microsoft to make smarter, cleaner energy choices now that cloud computing services have ratcheted up provides a list of all current power consumption considadvisories and sampling data, erably.
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May Sarton, American poet born this date in , died in Republican super PACs launch war on Obama By BETH FOUHY Associated Press NEW YORK Its on.
Independent groups favoring Mitt Romney already are launching TV advertisements in competitive states for the November general election, providing political cover against President Barack Obamas well-financed campaign while the Republican candidate works to rebound from a bruising and expensive nomination fight.
Some conservative organizations also are planning big get-outthe-vote efforts, and Romney backers are courting wealthy patrons of his former GOP rivals.
Taken together, the developments underscore how dramatically the political landscape has changed since a trio of federal court cases most notably the Supreme Courts Citizens United ruling paved the way for a flood of campaign cash from corporations and tycoons looking to help their favored candidates.
Citizens United has made an already aggressive anti-Obama movement even more empowered, said Stephen Farnsworth, a professor of political science at the University of Mary Washington.
Theres now a regular Republican line of attack on Obama, even when the Romney campaign is taking a breather, raising money and preparing for the general election.
The general election spending and advertising has only just begun. Voters in roughly a dozen hard-fought states will be inundated with TV ads, direct mail, automated phone calls and other forms of outreach by campaign staff members and volunteers pleading for their votes.
While Obama and Romney both will spend huge amounts of money in the coming months, an untold additional amount will come from outside organizations called super PACs that can collect unlimited contributions from corporations, unions and individuals.
Its latest ad depicts Romney, a wealthy former private equity executive, as a corporate raider who once maintained a Swiss bank account. One Year Ago Fort Jennings bicentennial will mark years since the fort named for Colonel Jennings was founded during the War of In honor of the event, a committee was formed to put together a bicentennial book filled with the history of Fort Jennings.
The committee hopes to have the book finished by Christmas at the earliest. Hostesses were Coelestine Brockman and Alice Wannemacher.
President Mildred Ricker greeted the guests. Esther Jostpille gave the poem for the month, Spring Rains and also Prizes.
Five secretarial students were honored recently during National Secretaries Week, at Northwestern Business College. Those students honored included Theresa Prenger of Coldwater, Ann Laudick of Ottawa, Linda Hernandez of Leipsic, and Carla Wannemacher and Shelly Blakemeyer, both of Delphos.
Two Delphos residents recently participated in the Cincinnati Reds-Pepsi Homerun Road Race between games of a Reds-Padres doubleheader.
Schlereth received a medal for his efforts. Koester will be crowned by last years queen, Karen Miller. Her attendants for the ceremony will be Eileen Hilvers, Ruth Niemeyer and Ann Wenzlick.
Two hundred athletes, their parents and fans attended the All Sports banquet held Wednesday night at the Knights of Columbus club rooms on Elida Avenue.
The award presenting banquet is an annual event sponsored by the local Knights for sports participants of Ottoville, Fort Jennings and St.
Johns high schools. Members of the Womens Fellowship of the Ottawa River Church were guests of the women of the Congregational Christian Church in Columbus Grove Tuesday evening.
Norman Fish, who recently returned from a tour of Egypt, Lebanon, Jordon, Israel, Turkey and Greece, showed slides of the Holy Land.
Students from all over the state of Ohio will compete for state honors. Esther Leilich of the music department of the local schools has charge of all vocal contestants.
Findley, music instructor, has charge of all the instrumental participants. Stouder has purchased the Gamble Store agency in this city and took charge of this place of business, located at N.
The new owner will continue to handle merchandise of the Gamble Company exclusively. Bob Robinson, who has been in charge of the store here since its opening, will be placed in charge of a Gamble store in some other city.
Johns High baseball team defeated Lima St. Rose at Waterworks Park Saturday afternoon by a score of 7 to 2. In spite of the fact that he was suffering from a sore arm, Jim Lang, who pitched for St.
Johns, had the visitors at his mercy most of the time. He allowed only five hits, struck out 12 and walked two. The deal signed Tuesday also allows either nation to walk away on a years notice.
That could allow the next U. For Obama, the agreement represents a compromise with Karzai after messy negotiations over U. He wants to showcase a long-term commitment to Afghan stability when he hosts NATO leaders for a summit in Chicago later this month.
Obama called the agreement historic, and said it defines a new kind of relationship between our countries a future in which Afghans are responsible for the security of their nation, and we build an equal partnership between two sovereign states.
The deal pledges Afghanistan to fight corruption, improve efficiency and protect human rights, including womens rights.
All are areas where the United States already finds fault with Afghan performance, and Afghanistan has promised improvement on corruption many times before.
The nine-page agreement spells out no consequences if those or other goals are not met. The agreement uses even looser language to address the production and trafficking of illegal drugs in Afghanistan, a major opium producer.
Both nations affirm that illicit drugs undermine security and legitimate economic growth but promise only to cooperate to confront the threat.
The United States promises to seek annual funding to train and equip the Afghan armed forces but gives no dollar figure.
That money must be approved by Congress, which has so far supported the Obama administrations plan to build up the Afghan forces.
There is growing concern in Congress, however, about the quality of those forces, and the billions of dollars they would need over 10 years is not assured.
The agreement promises ongoing U. Although the law made significant cuts to providers and improved prescription and preventive benefits for seniors, Medicare has been overlooked in a Supreme Court debate focused on the laws controversial requirement that individuals carry health insurance.
Yet havoc in Medicare could have repercussions in an election year when both parties are avidly courting seniors. In papers filed with the Supreme Court, administration lawyers have warned of extraordinary disruption if Medicare is forced to unwind countless transactions that are based on payment changes required by more than 20 separate sections of the Affordable Care Act.
Opponents argue that the whole law should go. The administration counters that even if it strikes down the insurance mandate, the court should preserve most of the rest of the legislation.
That would leave in place its changes to Medicare, as well as a major expansion of Medicaid coverage. Last year, in a lower court filing on the case, Justice Department lawyers said reversing the Medicare payment changes would impose staggering administrative burdens on the government and could cause major delays and errors in claims payment.
Medicare payment policies are set through a time-consuming process that begins with legislation passed by Congress. Even if Obamas overhaul were completely overturned, the government still would have authority under previous law to pay hospitals, doctors, insurance plans, nursing homes and other providers.
There is an independent legal basis to pay providers if the Supreme Court strikes down the entire law, said Thomas Barker, a former Health and Human Services general counsel in the George W.
Bush administration. But reversing the new. But Obama is unlikely to receive anywhere near the kind of financial backup Romney is already getting from outside groups.
The latest of these comes from Restore Our Future, a super PAC run by former Romney advisers. The ad, Saved, describes Romneys efforts that helped lead to the rescue of the teenage daughter of a colleague after she disappeared in New York for three days.
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How would the government treat payments made over the last two years, when the overhaul has been the law of the land? Would providers have a right to refunds of cuts that had been made under the legislation?
Former program administrators disagree on the potential for major disruptions, while some private industry executives predict an avalanche of litigation unless Congress intervenes.
Medicare cannot turn on a dime, said former administrator Don Berwick, whose confirmation was blocked by Senate Republicans opposed to Obamas law.
I would not be surprised if there are delays and problems with payment flow. Medicare has dealt with sudden changes in payment before, but it is not easy.
Its not just reimbursement levels that would get scrambled, Berwick said. The laws new philosophy of paying hospitals and doctors for quality results instead of for sheer volume of tests and procedures has been incorporated in some payment policies.
As more and more students continue to enroll in higher education, debt balances are expected to continue climbing.
Students burdened by excessive debt are less likely to start a business, buy a home, or continue on to graduate school.
My legislation would help ensure that more middle-class Ohioans can achieve their dream of going to college.
Ohio students many of them already working while attending class should not be required to mortgage their future or delay their opportunities for a better life because of student loan debt.
The ability to pay for higher education is essential, as many middle-class jobs in Ohio and throughout the country require training past high school.
And higher education leads to higher earnings over a lifetime. Whether its a career center or private liberal arts school, two-year college or flagship university, students should not be forced to forego college because Congress refused to do its work.
Thats why I will continue to fight until Congress acts. The future of Ohio students and our nation depends on it. Kitchen Press A taste of the southwest in celebration of Cinco de Mayo or for any meal.
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CALENDAR OF TODAY p. The Interfaith Thrift Shop is open for shopping. Delphos Ladies Club, Trinity United Methodist Church. Delphos Emergency Medical Service meeting, EMS building, Second Street.
Delphos Chapter 23, Order of Eastern Star, meets at the Masonic Temple, North Main Street. FRIDAY a. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, Suthoff Street.
Interfaith Thrift Store is open for shopping. SATURDAY 9 a. Vincent DePaul Society, located at the east edge of the St. Johns High School parking lot, is open.
Delphos Postal Museum is open. Testing of warning sirens by Delphos Fire and Rescue p. Delphos Canal Commission Museum, N. Bingo at St.
Johns Little Theatre. SUNDAY p. The Delphos Canal Commission Museum, N. MONDAY a. Delphos City Council meets at the Delphos Municipal Building, N.
Canal St. Delphos Parks and Recreation board meets at the recreation building at Stadium Park. Washington Township trustees meet at the township house.
Spencerville village council meets at the mayors office. Delphos Eagles Auxiliary meets at the Eagles Lodge, Fifth St. The Veterans of Foreign Wars meet at the hall.
TUESDAY a. Delphos Lions Club, Eagles Lodge, E. Jacob Smith, a sixth-grader at St. Johns Elementary School was honored as the Most Improved Student by the Delphos Optimist Club.
He is the son of Wayne and Lisa Smith. MAY THURSDAY: Mary Rigdon, Sandy Rigdon, Sue Wiseman, Sarah Miller, Carlene Gerdeman, Sue Vasquez and Karen Nomina.
FRIDAY: Becky Binkley, Millie Spitnale, Mary Jane Watkins and Kay Meyer. SATURDAY: Vera Chiles, Carol Musto, Valeta Ditto and Catherine Hammons.
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Seaus death opens up all the old questions The apparent suiJIM METCALFE cide of San Diegos 6-time all-Pro linebacker and time Pro Bowler Junior Seau was a definite shock to me and a lot of fans.
After all, this guy was known for his ferocious hitting and played for almost two decades in an increasingly fast, explosive and violent sport. The fact one that I never knew or realized before this that he becomes the eighth member of the Chargers lone Super Bowl team to have died is unbelievable, especially since they were all under the age of Is it just coincidence or is there a pattern?
I dont know why its apparently just this team that has had this happen. Even though he was a ferocious player, friends and foes alike seem to have genuinely liked him, saying he had a smile on his face.
He had the ability to turn it off once the whistle blew; former foes like Steve Young were telling stories of Seau pounding him into the ground and then genuinely asking how he was after the whistle.
Which makes this all the more unbelievable; a guy with a seemingly upbeat personality would all of a sudden decide to take the permanent solution to a temporary problem route is difficult to comprehend.
More than a future NFL Hall-of-Famer, he was the father of four, a friend, a son. In the end, we probably will never really know what brought this on.
The concussions his ex-wife told reporters he had his share but kept on playing because that is who he was will definitely be talked about and I imagine there will be a very detailed autopsy; perhaps he even donated his body to science.
Ultimately, though, this is a mystery; what put him over the edge will be a question we may never truly be able to answer.
Well scratch our heads and pray for the best for his family; they have to go on and will need all their friends and family. Fame and fortune are very, very alluring.
Look at the professional wrestlers Ric Flair comes to mind and other athletes that seem unable to walk away until they have to be carried off.
Depression may have always been there throughout their careers for various reasons but it seems to hit like a ton of bricks when the reality sets in that they are done, physically and mentally.
He had it all and now he has nothing. It takes something else faith, solid planning, having something other than athletics to help these guys and gals to not become so identified with WHAT they do more so than WHO they are.
I am sure fear of the unknown especially considering the heights he attained also comes into play but, again, that can be helped by realizing there is a life after professional athletics.
They have to realize that they are like the rest of us mere mortals and are, well, mortal. As the old prayer comes to mind: may his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
FORT JENNINGS Seniors Troy Hellman and Nolan Neidert took care of the pitching and the offense finally got untracked as Fort Jennings railroaded Ada in a 6-inning nonleague baseball affair Wednesday at Fort Jennings Village Park.
Hellman ; 5 innings, 1 hit, 1 baseon-balls, 3 Ks; 51 pitches, 32 strikes and Neidert 1 IP, 2 hits, 1 BB, 1 K did their jobs.
In fact, Hellman retired the first 12 Bulldog batters. Thats what Troy does; he throws strikes. He had about a 4-to-1 strikeout-towalk ratio, Fort Jennings coach Jeff Swick said, gaining his th win.
When we play good defense behind him, like tonight, he wins; when we dont play good defense behind him, he loses.
I wanted to pinch-count him around 50 and leave him with enough left for Saturday in case we need him.
Lady Dogs secure PCL title tie vs Kalida By BOB WEBER The Delphos Herald btz weber. The Columbus Grove Lady Bulldogs traveled to Kalida to take on the Lady Wildcats in their annual Putnam County League fastpitch softball showdown.
The Lady Dogs used a 6-run third inning to come away with a win; however, the game was filled with hitting, great defensive plays and both teams players and fans giving it their all until the final out.
The first inning started out strong for head coach Brian Schroeders Lady Dogs. Sophomore Deanna Kleman led off with a slap-hit single to third base and took second on the wild throw to first.
Senior CeCe Utendorf then followed with a single to plate Kleman for the first run of the game. In the bottom of the first, the LadyCats started strong with two quick singles by juniors Julia Vandemark and Summer Holtkamp.
On Holtkamps single, Vandemark tried to score all the way from second and was thrown out at the plate.
Bulldog starter Bobbi Heckel got the other two outs of the inning. All the Bulldogs remaining and decisive game-winning runs came in the third inning when they sent 11 batters to the plate.
Kleman and Utendorf, as in the first inning, started the rally with two singles. Sophomore Katie Roose walked, loading the bases.
Kleman scored on a wild pitch and freshman Hope Schroeder walked to load the bases again. After a strikeout of junior Katelyn Scott, senior Ashley Langhals ripped a solid base hit, scoring Utendorf and Roose.
The Bulldogs werent done for the inning as junior Haley Grigsby hit a deep fly ball to right field that cleared the fence for a 3-run home run, extending the Bulldogs lead to The Wildcats, not giving up, battled right back as they plated two runs in their half of the inning.
After two quick outs, Holtkamp singled, stole second and came home on a single by junior Amy Smith to left field; a throwing error on the play allowed Smith to take second.
Junior Kaylyn Verhoff singled, scoring Smith, and the Wildcats were right back in it after three innings of play. For the next four innings, the Bulldogs had scoring threats in each inning; however, the Wildcats used some excellent defensive plays to hold the visitors without scoring another run.
The fifth inning saw the Wildcats close the gap to Vandemark singled, Holtkamp reached safely on a error and Smith walked to load the bases. Verhoff, on the first pitch, laced a single to center field, scoring Vandemark and Holtkamp, and the Wildcat faithful sensed a big comeback win from their home team.
After a scoreless sixth inning for the Wildcats, the home team plated one more run. Holtkamp started the seventh with a 1-out single and stole second base.
After a groundout by Smith and a walk to Verhoff, the tying run came to the plate in junior Emily Schnipke. Schnipke singled, scoring Holtkamp, but the Bulldogs ended the threat with a force-out at third off of Erika Brinkmans bat, ending the game and securing a PCL title tie.
Coach Schroeder pointed out the depth and experience of his team helps in games like this one: We have 10 returning letterwinners from last years squad , so I am hoping that experience will carry over this year and into the tournament with big wins like tonight over a good team like Kalida.
The Musketeers got on the board in the home third. With one down, K. Warnecke lined one that ticked off the glove of leaping second baseman M.
Gray for a hit, stole second with two outs and scored as Hellman 2-for-3, 2 RBIs helped his cause with a base hit to left for a lead; he took second on the throw home but was left there.
The Orange and Black made it in the fourth by sending 10 to the dish. Senior Nick Verhoff 2-for-3, 3 runs led with a single, followed by a sacrifice bunt by senior Zach Schuerman.
An error on Alex Vetters grounder put runners at the corners. Back-to-back walks Dylan Van Loo and Mark Metzger plated Verhoff.
An out later, Neidert 2-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs launched a 2-run liner to left that scored Vetter and Van Loo; with Metzger taking third and Neidert second on the throw home.
Hellman walked to reload the bases and end Crabtrees night on the mound for Neville. He gave up a single to center by C. Warnecke that scored Metzger; an error on the play allowed Neidert to score the sixth run.
However, Hellman was gunned down at third trying to steal. Ada got its first walk Neville and hit Cobb to commence the fifth. However, English forced Neville at.
The hosts made it in the home half. Verhoff and Schuerman walked. Vetter sacrificed. Van Loo singled behind second base to score Verhoff and put runners on the corners.
After Van Loo stole second, Schuerman was out at home trying to score on a pitch in the dirt that didnt get far enough away from catcher Downing.
Ada mounted a threat against Neidert in the sixth: a walk pinch-hitter Archer and a single to left by R. Kellum but Crabtree re-entered for Archer was out trying to get to third on a pitch in the dirt.
An out later, Downing singled, with Kellum now at third. However, Downing was picked off base by Neidert to end the threat. The Musketeers put it away in the home half against reliever Bailey.
Warnecke led it off with a double to the right-field corner, a single by Neidert and a run-scoring knock to right center by Hellman, plating K.
Warnecke and putting Neidert at third. Warnecke hit a doubleplay ball to shortstop but scored Neidert for a edge. Verhoff singled up the gut and scored when Schuermans fly ball near the right-field line was misplayed, ending the game.
Weve been trying to dial it up a notch at the plate this week in practice, giving. It took us a while to make the adjustment to how their guys werent pitching ad hard as weve been practicing against, Swick added.
We started to time him up when we got into the second time of the order. We had our Senior Night tonight and I wanted to give Nolan an inning because he wanted one; thankfully, I didnt have to go get him.
I was hoping to get Nick an inning, too. Ada hosts Jefferson 5 p. ADA 0 ab-r-h-rbi Sutton cf , Downing c , M.
Gray 2b , Rieman dh , S. Kellum rf Totals Score by Innings: Ada 0 Ft. Jennings 0 0 1 5 1 3 - 10 Two outs in sixth when game ended E: Sutton, Crabtree, Kellum; DP: Ada 1, Fort Jennings 1; LOB: Ada 2, Fort Jennings 6; 2B: K.
Warnecke; SB: K. Warnecke, Van Loo; Sac: Schuerman, Vetter; CS: Hellman by Downing ; POB: Downing by Neidert.
ADA Crabtree L 3. The Lady Bulldogs , PCL were led in hitting by four of those returning lettermen. Kleman and Utendorf had three hits apiece.
Langhals had two hits and knocked in two runs. Grisby, with the game-winning 3-run homer, had two hits.
Heckel was the winning pitcher. The Lady Wildcats , PCL were led by Holtkamp with three hits and three runs scored. Vandemark added two hits and Verhoff reached safely twice with base hits and knocked in three runners.
Schnipke took the loss for the Wildcats. The Lady Bulldogs will finish their regular season with a home NWC game tonight against Lincolnview starting at 5 p.
The LadyCats next game will be Friday at Miller City for a 5 p. PCL start. NBA PLAYOFF ROUNDUP style in evening the series with Game 3 in Los Angeles on Saturday.
The Clippers feel like they missed a big opportunity. Rudy Gay also scored 21 points and Memphis showed off its depth with six players reaching double figures.
Mike Conley had 19, Zach Randolph 15, Marreese Speights 11 and Tony Allen Chris Paul led the Clippers with 29 points.
Blake Griffin had 22 and Mo Williams and Nick Young 11 apiece. Grizzlies had the lead going into the fourth quarter for a second straight game.
This time, the Clippers got no closer than four. Memphis led at the start of this fourth quarter and Pauls 4-point play with left got the Clippers to The Grizzlies answered with Conley scoring on a driving layup, followed by another 3 from Mayo.
Bobby Simmons, starting with Caron Butler out with a broken left hand, scored seven of his nine points in the fourth. It wasnt enough as Gay and Randolph combined to score six straight points with Gays basket giving Memphis its biggest lead of the night at with remaining.
The Grizzlies sealed the victory by hitting six of 10 free throws in the final Both the Clippers and Grizzlies started this game as if they simply picked up Sunday night when Los Angeles finished the game on a run.
Playing aggressively, the Clippers jumped out to a lead as the Grizzlies missed their first four shots.
Memphis didnt hit its first shot until Conleys driving layup with left in the first quarter and Gay missed his first three shots before hitting a foot jumper.
The Clippers shot Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro said the Grizzlies fed off offensive rebounds and 21 turnovers and his team helped them too much.
Los Angeles center DeAndre Jordan agreed. The emotions are starting to boil in this series and the Grizzlies brought out wrestler Jerry The King Lawler to deliver a pile driver to someone dressed up as a Clippers fan.
SPURS , JAZZ 83 SAN ANTONIO Tony Parker scored 18 points and San Antonio handed Utah its secondworst playoff loss, routing the Jazz to take a series lead.
NBA Coach of the Year Gregg Popovich practically put the Spurs on autopilot after a run in the second quarter that stunned the Jazz, who had vowed to play better after the Spurs easily won Game 1.
But this loss was even more humiliating. The Jazz never quite greeted Parker with the hard fouls the All-. COLUMBUS GROVE 7 Deanna Kleman , CeCe Utendorf , Katie Roose , Hope Schroeder , Kaitlyn Scott , Ashley Langhals , Haley Grisby , Micah Stechschulte , Bobbi Heckel KALIDA 5 Julia Vandemark , Summer Holtkamp , Amy Smith , Kaylyn Verhoff , Emily Schnipke , Ericka Brinkman , Andrea Bellman , Mariah Doepker , Kayla Siefker Score by Innings: Col.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. Mayo felt so responsible for how Memphis blew a point lead in the series opener with the Clippers that he had barely slept since that loss.
He made sure all the Grizzlies can sleep well now. Mayo scored 10 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter and Memphis bounced back to beat Los Angeles on Wednesday night in Game 2.
The Grizzlies collapsed Sunday night, letting the Clippers grab home-court advantage in the best-ofseven, first-round Western Conference series.
Down 21 points at the start of the fourth quarter, the Clippers tied the NBA playoff record for largest final-period comeback.
The schedule meant the Grizzlies had two days between games to simmer over what went wrong. The Grizzlies made sure to return to their physical.
Star was supposed to have coming and the Utah frontcourt of Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap wasnt any more imposing on offense.
Jefferson scored 10 points and Millsap had nine. The only bigger embarrassment for the Jazz in the playoffs was a point loss to Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in the NBA Finals.
It was the most lopsided postseason win for the Spurs since beating Denver by 28 in San Antonios playoff record is a point victory over Denver in Tim Duncan finished with 12 points and 13 rebounds for the Spurs.
Game 3 is Saturday night in Salt Lake City. PACERS 97, MAGIC 74 ORLANDO, Fla. Danny Granger had 26 points and nine rebounds, Roy Hibbert added 18 points and 10 rebounds and Indiana beat Orlando Magic to a take a series lead.
The Pacers regained homecourt advantage with the victory, riding good shooting early and building a point lead in the fourth quarter.
They also dominated scoring underneath thanks to a rebounding edge and have outscored the Magic in the third quarter in the series. Glen Davis led the Magic with 22 points and J.
Redick added The Magic never led, struggled to get any scoring in the paint and made a series-low five 3-pointers. Game 4 is Saturday in Orlando.
T-Birds slug Lady Green LIMA Lima Central Catholic pounded out 16 hits en route to a victory over Ottoville in softball action Wednesday at LCC.
Six of those hits were for extra bases, including a home run and triple by Tatum Wise. Freshman Courtney Von Sossan took the loss for the Lady Green, who also committed four errors as did the Lady Thunderbirds and collected five hits.
Frankie Bowersock got the win for the home team Ottoville led after its half of the second inning but a 3-run home half sent LCC on its way.
The Lady Green visits Pandora-Gilboa tonight and is slated to open tourney play at Lincolnview 1 p. Saturday versus Jefferson. Ottoville 1 2 0 0 5 0 1 - 9 5 4 Lima CC 1 3 1 4 4 3 x - 16 16 4 WP: Frankie Bowersock; LP: Courtney Von Sossan.
HR: Tatum Wise L. Bath 2 1 3 0 0 0 3 - 9 14 2 Elida 94 WP: Kimmy Reynolds; LP: Caitlin Shroyer Elida hosts Lima Senior tonight and is scheduled to open Division II sectional play versus Shawnee 11 a.
Saturday at Bath. Eagles outslug Bulldogs COLUMBUS GROVE Both homestanding Columbus Grove and Liberty-Benton had the baseball bats booming Wednesday but in the end, the visiting Eagles won a slugfest.
Brady Shafer 3-for-5 and Trey Roney 2-for-2, 2 runs batted in led the Bulldogs hit offense. Ingleston 3-for-4, 2 runs , Neiling 3-for-5, 2 runs, 2 runs batted in and Kotey 3-for-5, 2 runs, 2 RBIs led the hit attack of the Eagles Grove hosts Lincolnview tonight and opens Division sectional action at home Saturday 11 a.
LIBERTY-BENTON 12 Harpest 2b , Moses cf , Phi , Neiling ss , Ingleston 2b , Kotey 1b , Young c , Russel 3b , Samuels rf , Webb lf COLUMBUS GROVE 8 Blake Hoffman cf , Brandon Benroth 3b , Matt Jay c , Trey Roney 1b , Zach Barrientes ss , Brady Shafer p , Kody Griffith dh , Connor Schroeder lf , Riley Brubaker p , Trent Vorst 2b , Aaron Vorst rf , Clay Diller rf Score by Innings: Liberty-Benton 0 1 7 3 1 0 0 - 12 Columbus Grove 0 0 0 1 2 1 4 - 8 E: Russel, T.
Vorst, Barrientes, Jay; LOB: Liberty-Benton 8, Columbus Grove 13; 2B: Kotey, Samuels, Neiling, Harpest, Young, Russel, T.
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