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1109 Hickman
Eads , CO 81036
(719) 438-2225
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Scott Dixon leads Indianapolis 500 at halfway point - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Conway's. Neither driver was injured. One of the drivers' tires also flew off and nearly struck three-time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves as he came up to the crash. Power leads the Izod IndyCar Series championship standings after winning the last three consecutive races, but all those were on street and twisty road courses. This is the series' first oval race of the year. MORE: Tommy Lasorda, Pete Rose take in first Indy 500 Indy 500 supporters seek to accelerate its appeal Marco Andretti confident despite family's woes in race Scott Dixon leads Indianapolis 500 at halfway point ...

Philadelphia Phillies - TeamReport - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Tampa Bay Rays on Friday. Lee (0-3, 3.48 ERA) is winless in his first 12 starts of the season. After getting low run support in the first two months of the season, Lee has blown leads in three straight starts in June. Lee had a 5-2 lead in the eighth inning in Toronto on Saturday in a game the Phils lost 6-5 in 10 innings.BY THE NUMBERS: 0-28 -- Phillies' record this season when trailing after the seventh inning.

Lexington's Gay faces tall order at Olympic trials - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Tyson Gay is fit enough to win even one. Over the next 10 days in Eugene, two of America's best known sprinters will try to qualify for a trip to the London Games, but while Felix heads into the Olympic trials at the top of her game, the Lexington native Gay remains a question mark after months of struggling with injuries. Felix finally ended the drama and said she'll try for the 100-200 double, instead of the 200-400 she'd been training for much of the past year.

Dustin Johnson shoots 66, wins Memphis in his 2nd event after back ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Merrick said. "Hung in there, proud of myself." Davis Love III, the U.S. Ryder Cup captain, shot a 69 and tied for third with O'Hern (69), Campbell (68) and Ryan Palmer (66) at 273. McIlroy, who now heads to San Francisco and The Olympic Club to defend his U.S. Open title, had a 69 and tied three others at 274. Tour officials pushed tee times up more than three hours and sent players off both tees in threesomes to avoid thunderstorms predicted for Sunday afternoon. With so many bunched closely together at the TPC Southwind course, that set up a rollercoaster final round with as many as eight players having a piece of the lead during the day. Love, O'Hern and Merrick shared the lead overnight and had plenty of company before they teed off Sunday morning. McIlroy, Kevin Stadler and Campbell got quick birdies to join the group at 6 under, and Johnson made it a seven-way tie for the lead when he birdied his first hole. McIlroy had a two-stroke lead all to himself after four birdies through 11 holes and appeared headed to the win. But he finished with two bogeys then his first double bogey in two trips to Memphis on No. 18 after hooking his 3-wood off the tee just a bit too much. For a man who had missed three straight cuts coming to Memphis, McIlroy said he feels well prepared going into the U.S. Open after playing four straight rounds. "Looking forward to getting to San Francisco, and I can take a lot from this week into next week," McIlroy said. When O'Hern birdied Nos. 15 and 17, that set up a frenzied race to the finish with as many as four tied at 8 under in the final couple of holes. Johnson carded four birdies and a bogey in the round. He took control with his consecutive birdies, rejoining the lead pack at 8 under when he rolled in an 11-footer on the par-5 16th. Johnson then moved to the top of the leaderboard by himself at 9 under by hitting his second shot from 161 yards to 9 feet on the par-4 No. 17 before sinking the birdie putt. While Johnson waited, getting a play-by-play from analyst David Feherty, only O'Hern of Australia and Merrick had a chance to catch him, looking for their first career PGA titles. O'Hern hit his drive into the water, while Merrick hit his near the cart path and finished with his own par to match the best finish of his career. Divots: Johnson is the seventh player in his 20s to win on tour this year. ... This was the third time since 2005 that the winner of this event did not reach double digits under par. Jeff Maggert won at 9 under in 2006 and Justin Leonard won at 4 under in 2008. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

Cleveland Indians - TeamReport - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Now, he doesn't panic. When somebody gets on base, he makes pitches." Jimenez, who had a 6.75 ERA in six starts in May, is 2-1 with a 2.05 ERA in four starts in June. --2B Jason Kipnis, who leads the Indians in several offensive categories, hasn't been in many slumps this season, but he's in a mini-slump now. Kipnis was 0-for-3 Friday and is hitless in his last 12 at-bats. --RHP Vinnie Pestano pitched out of a two-on, two-out jam when relieving RHP Ubaldo Jimenez in the seventh inning Friday. Pestano has stranded all 13 base runners he has inherited this season. That's the most inherited runners stranded by any AL reliever. --RHP Justin Masterson's three-hit 8-1 win over the Reds on Thursday was the first complete game by an Indians pitcher at Progressive Field in almost two years. Prior to Masterson's, the last complete game at home by an Indians pitcher was by Josh Tomlin, on Sept. 24, 2010, vs. Kansas City. BY THE NUMBERS: 0-10 -- The Indians' record, prior to Friday night, in games in which they had five or fewer hits. Friday they had four hits but beat Houston 2-0. QUOTE TO NOTE: "He's a guy we can trust, because he's done it in the past." -- Manager Manny Acta on RHP Ubaldo Jimenez, who after a slow start is now 7-5 and has a 2.05 ERA in four starts in June. ----------------------------------------------- MLB Team Report - Cleveland Indians - ROSTER REPORT MEDICAL WATCH: --DH Travis Hafner (sore right knee) went on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 24. He had surgery May 31 to repair a frayed meniscus. He took batting practice June 19, but the timetable for his return was uncertain. --LHP Rafael Perez (strained left lat muscle) went on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 26, and he was transferred to the 60-day DL on May 26. He was cleared to resume a throwing program in mid-June. --OF Grady Sizemore (back surgery in March 2012) went on the 60-day disabled list April 4. He was cleared to begin baseball activities in late April and took live batting practice May 16. His rehab was slowed again in early June, and there was no timetable for his return. --RHP Carlos Carrasco (Tommy John surgery in September 2011) went on the 60-day disabled list March 26. He is expected to throw off a bullpen mound in New York in late June. The timetable for his return to game action remains unknown. ROTATION: RHP Justin Masterson RHP Ubaldo Jimenez RHP Derek Lowe RHP Jeanmar Gomez RHP Josh Tomlin BULLPEN: RHP Chris Perez (closer) RHP Joe Smith RHP Vinnie Pestano LHP Tony Sipp RHP Jeremy Accardo LHP Nick Hagadone RHP Esmil Rogers CATCHERS: Carlos Santana Lou Marson INFIELDERS: 1B Casey Kotchman 2B Jason Kipnis SS Asdrubal Cabrera 3B Jack Hannahan INF Lonnie Chisenhall INF Jose Lopez OUTFIELDERS: LF Johnny Damon CF Michael Brantley RF Shin-Soo Choo OF Shelley Duncan OF Aaron Cunningham ...

BayBears back: 10 home games vs. Birmingham and Huntsville - al.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
All-Star break. Team-wise, Mobile is hitting a next-to-last .234. Individually, however, outfielder Marc Krauss is ninth (.293) after hitting .323 over his last 10 games. He also leads the league in extra-base hits (30). He is tied for first in RBIs (37). Mobile is tied with Jackson with a league-leading 41 homers and has the top three home-run hitters in the league in third baseman Matt Davidson (11), outfielder Alfredo Marte (11) and Krauss (9). Pitching-wise, Mobile has a 3.33 ERA. The staff has combined for five shutouts, but no pitcher has thrown a complete game yet. They don't need to as the bullpen has 20 saves, led by Evan Marshall's 11. Birmingham comes in next to last in the N...

Previous generation paved way for family - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
David (53) handles the long-term projects, which sometimes can mean two years; Rick (51) directs the finances/legal/human resources aspects; and Greg (47) leads the construction management, overseeing project managers on each job. The team benefits from rules put into place a generation ago. “They had the foresight to put in rules that keep animosity low,” says Greg. “None of us take things from the company; we don’t service our family vehicles in the shop, and we all get the same pay. The older we get, the more all that makes sense.” Another strict rule: Any conflicts are discussed the day they occur. “We straighten out our differences that day — you don’t take it home with you,” says Russell. Good thing. When the clan isn’t at work, they’re often together for vacations, holidays, church activities, and hanging out in general. All four brothers/cousins enjoy pheasant and quail hunting, sometimes as far away as South Dakota. Rick and Greg are partners in a farm/cattle operation. Mark and David are more often into water sports. All are married, with nine children and one grandchild among them. All attend Taylors First Baptist Church and are involved with various ministries within the church. David Ashmore says the unusually tight bonds in the family business can be explained in one word: trust. “We all trust each other. That thinking carries into every part of our lives,” he says, adding that it is also the cornerstone element of the business. “There are not just five people here doing all the work. We’ve been successful because we have people who have worked here 20-, 30- and 40-some years, and they’ve built trust in one another,” he says. “I’m proud of the family name, but this really isn’t about the last name; we have a lot of great employees who have a different last name,” David Ashmore says. “We trust them, and they trust us.” ...

Watching the Cubs in Arizona - Canton Daily Ledger

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
There are no pictures of Kerry Wood or Starlin Castro or God forbid, Alfonso Soriano. The full page picture is of Theo Epstein with a headline that reads, "POWER TRIO". There is absolutely no question as to who is running the show. But that is where the ever dangerous word "Hope" comes into play.PracticeI attended Spring Training with my personal chauffeur and life-long friend Denny Brown. I should point out that Denny is a much more devout Cub fan than yours truly.We arrived in Mesa early enough to see three practices. This was an education unto itself. The speed with which things happen is amazing. As a player, you had better be paying attention or risk being hit by a line drive or an errant throw.They work on fundamentals over a four-field complex. The Cubs rotate from field to field. Everything is very precise. I talked to several Cub fans who have attended practices before and they said to a man that this year was different. This year the work ethic was stronger and the practices were much more organized.PitchingUnlike last year, the Cubs starting pitching looks pretty solid. They appear to have seven or eight arms that can be used as starters. Matt Garza and Ryan Dempster have rounded into shape early. Jeff Samardzija has been asked to ...

Why the US failed vs. El Salvador - ESPN

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Yet for all the criticism directed Porter's way -- including the not-so-veiled implication that it was a mistake to hire a college coach -- his approach very nearly worked. Which leads to another truism: There are some things for which a coach can't legislate, no matter how much planning takes place. In this case, there were backbreaking individual errors on defense and highly suspect goalkeeping. SportsNation: Team USA misses Olympics Team USA soccer won't be making an appearance at the 2012 Olympics. Is this a bad sign for the future of U.S. soccer?• Cast your votes! There was also a rather shocking lack of game management, a trait that you would have expected more of, given that many of the players have been professionals for multiple seasons. For all of Brek Shea's heroics on the evening, including his assist on Boyd's opener in the first minute, he'll be remembered most for sloppily conceding possession in the run-up to Jaime Alas' game-tying goal. Shea wasn't alone, though. The decision of Mix Diskerud and Michael Stephens to both chase the ball during that buildup was equally fatal, as was the backline's collective failure to step to Alas. Then there was the far-too-tepid performance against Canada, which is when this qualifying campaign really went off the rails. This was as much a failure of the players as it was the coaches, and hints further that much more needs to be done in terms of player development. It will be difficult to determine just how damaging the failure to qualify is. The Oly...

Former Peabody phenom pitcher Jeff Allison has message to share on the price ... - Boston.com

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Coming off all-star honors in 2008 and 2009 with the Single A Jupiter Hammerheads, Allison was pitching for Double A Jacksonville the next year when he felt something was wrong. “I just figured after the season ended in 2010, that I could rest it and it would be OK,’’ he said. “And once 2011 hit, spring training last season, it really wasn’t OK.’’ He believes he’s figured out his injury, and is working with physical therapist Kevin McGovern at Game 7 Sports Training in Malden to correct it. “It’s definitely going to take some work. It’s going to take some time and a lot of effort,’’ Allison said. “I wouldn’t say I’m going to have to really kill myself to get that back, but it’s definitely going to take some time and effort and patience. “I really want to get myself now where I was at three years ago, in 2009. I was in great shape. My arm was in great throwing shape, and I was very consistent with all my outings. The ball was flying out of my hand. So that’s kind of where I want to get to now.’’ When he thinks he’s ready, the Marlins will be his first call. “We never cut ties or burned any bridges,’’ Allison said. “We respect each other, and that’s kind of where it was left.’’ Allison was as dominating as a pitcher can get during his senior season at Peabody Memorial, when he went 8-0, struck out 140 batters, and didn’t allow an earned run in 63 1/3 innings. He was rated the top high school pitcher in the country by the trade publication Baseball America, and scouts flocked to Peabody games, where his fastball was clocked at 95 miles per hour and higher. Stanley Meek, scouting director for the Marlins, saw Allison throw a no-hitter against Somerville High, striking out 20 of the 22 batters he faced. “Here’s what it’s like when he pitches,’’ longtime Peabody baseball coach Ed Nizwantowski told the Globe after that game. “I just sit back, wait, and after the third strikeout I stand up and shake his hand.’’ Allison remembers those glory days, but has learned from the teenager who was swallowed up by the fame and the expectations. He’d like to share his experience so other young athletes don’t follow the same path. “I’m definitely a motivated person,’’ he said, “and I’ve definitely worked hard on my personal life, as much as I’m going to work hard here to get back to where I want to be.’’ That’s standing on a mound, peering in at his catcher, and letting it fly. Maureen Mullen can be reached at mullen_maureen@ yahoo.com. Follow her on Twitter @MaureenaMullen. © Copyright 2012 Globe Newspaper Company.




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