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Women’s hockey buries Lindenwood in opening series

first_imgIn their first series since winning the national championship in March, the Badgers swept the Lady Lions with 24 goals and no reply over the weekend at the Kohl Center.[/media-credit]Scoring 24 goals in the first series of the season is nothing to complain about.Extending its unbeaten streak from last season with a 13-0 win over the Lindenwood Lady Lions, the Wisconsin women’s hockey team has gone 29 games without a loss.Nearly every Badger scored on the weekend, as all four freshmen found the back of the net. The only goalless Badger was sophomore Natalie Berg, who had four assists.“It was really good,” said freshman defenseman Katarina Zgraja, who scored her first career goal Friday. “After you get your first goal, you’re more comfortable with the puck and you just feel good.”Wisconsin held advantages in experience, talent and overall conditioning over Lindenwood, and senior forward Hilary Knight’s second goal of the game epitomized the series.Twenty seconds after her first goal, Knight took the puck up the ice following the faceoff. She flipped the puck over the last defender and shot it past Lindewood’s goaltender, Taylor Fairchild, putting the Badgers up 2-0.“I always practice lifting it up and knocking it down and try to be a little creative – add a little spice to what we’re doing,” Knight said. “I like to have fun, and fortunately, that time it worked out.”Knight and junior forward Brianna Decker each finished the day with a hat trick, while senior forward Brooke Ammerman and freshman forward Katy Josephs scored two goals apiece.Head coach Mark Johnson was pleased to see contributions from most of his team so early in the season.“Everybody got their feet wet, everybody had a lot of ice time and it’s nice to see everybody make a contribution,” Johnson said. “It’s good. If I’m a freshman, I got to play a lot, I made a contribution, so those jitters that maybe young kids have hopefully may be eased a little bit.”In the drubbing, Wisconsin outshot Lindenwood 72-3. For the weekend, the Badgers put 132 shots on goal to Lindenwood’s 14.Both sophomore goaltender Alex Rigsby and junior Nikki Kaasa saw time in net this weekend. Both games, Kaasa relieved Rigsby in the third period, facing about as many shots as Rigsby had in the previous periods.“Yeah, my dad made a comment after the game on Friday, ‘Not a lot changed as you went out on the ice in the third period,’” Kaasa said. “My defense, everybody played great this weekend, especially with us being short on players, definitely a good week to get our feet wet.”Friday night’s season opener could not have set the tone for the weekend in a better way.After watching a 2010-11 season recap video and finally dropping their national championship banner, the season opener was undeniably emotional for the Badgers. Nevertheless, UW was able to stay focused in skating to an 11-0 shutout win.“[Knight] and I both looked at each other after the banner dropped and we said we got the chills,” Decker said. “We know it’s the start of a new season and we just have to be ready to go.”The game began slowly. Both teams had only practiced for about a week with their coaches, so things weren’t expected to click instantly.Following a one-goal first period, the Badgers didn’t look back in scoring 10 goals throughout the remaining 40 minutes. Not only did Wisconsin dominate Lindenwood in its first Division I game, it absolutely trounced the newcomer, out-shooting them 60-11.With a short bench, the large majority of UW’s roster saw plenty of ice time. Specifically, the freshmen proved they can keep up with their defending national champion teammates.On the Badgers’ fifth goal of the night, freshman forward Blayre Turnbull sent the puck through the crease to waiting freshman forward Karley Sylvester who sent it into the net.“It means a lot,” Sylvester said of the goal. “In the beginning, I was super nervous – all of us freshman were. After the first shift, we got it out. Scoring in my first game, that’s pretty exciting.”“I think we’ve got a really good group of freshman girls coming in,” sophomore defenseman Kelly Jaminski added. “Even tonight it showed. They work hard, so I think that’s exciting. That’ll be good because it helps our season keep going hard.”As the most experienced Badger blue liner, Jaminski led UW’s defense while senior Brittany Haverstock and juniors Stefanie McKeough and Saige Pacholock are skating with the Canada National Team for the weekend. Junior Alev Kelter is also playing with the Wisconsin women’s soccer team.The sophomore scored her first two career goals as a Badger Friday night – both from the blue line – and also notched three assists on the night.“New people stepped up today and it was really exciting to see that,” Decker said. “Our depth is as strong as it was last season and that’s what is going to be a big threat for us.”last_img read more

Krajnic: I hope that this Generation of Players will make good Results

first_imgAs of yesterday, the women’s U-19 national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina is in the preparations that are being held at the Training Centre of the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Zenica.Assistant coach Selma Omerović says about this gathering:“We are all happy that we are in the Training Centre again and that we have gathered the U-19 team. We are embarking on a new mission, and that is the elite round of qualifications. We are sure that this generation can be as successful as the previous one. It’s possible that the girls aren’t exactly in some enviable shape because of the break, but that will show up at this gathering. It is important that we started working and that we started preparing the team for the challenges that await us in the qualifications.”National team player Sofija Krajšumović is also happy about the new gathering:“We haven’t gathered for a long time and it’s nice to be at one national team’s action again. During the break, I worked individually to keep fit. I am ready to do everything that is required in these preparations. We all tried to make the competition break leave as little trace as possible on us.”Striker Alma Krajnić thinks that the team is of good quality:“We are finally together and we are starting preparations for a new qualification cycle. I hope that this generation of players will make good results. Our goal is to repeat last season’s success. We all know how to play football, and in addition we are adorned with motivation, desire and fighting spirit. I am sure that we can continue with successful performances in the upcoming qualifiers.”last_img read more

Tyson Hodson, formerly of Wellington, is charged with 2 counts of arson

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Tyson Hodson, born in 1996, formerly of Wellington and now a resident of Atwood, Kans. has been charged with two counts of arson, level 7 non-person felonies in Sumner County District Court.Tyson HodsonIn a district court complaint filed by Sumner County Attorney Kerwin Spencer, Hodson is accused on two separate occasions of setting approximately 56 large hay bales on fire about two miles southwest of the Wellington Municipal Airport in a field belonging to Sumner County farmers Martin Rusk and John Rogers without their consent in May.Hodson, a 2014 Wellington High School graduate, was arrested on the above charges in Rawlins County located in northwestern Kansas on Aug. 6. He was then bonded on Aug. 7 on a $5,000 appearance bond. Hodson is to appear in court in Atwood on Aug. 28, at 9 a.m.Hodson is accused of using a road flare and a signal flare to set several hay bales on fire on two separate occasions in a field at the intersection of 30th Avenue and Ridge Road.On May 13, 44 bales burned before a fire was extinguished by the Wellington Fire Department.Two days later — on May 15 — Hodson allegedly set about 12 large round hay bales on fire at the same field using a road flare.According to the complaint affidavit, Wellington Fire inspector John Faust said the WFD on May 13 at about 2:30 p.m., was dispatched to the first fire and discovered 44 of the 100 bales in the field were on fire.Rusk, the owner of the field, advised the WPD each hay bale was worth $50.  The remaining bales were moved and a fire break was created which protected the remaining 56 bales, the complaint said.Faust said he found Coast Guard flares at the scene which he recognized as the kind sold at the Wellington Wal-Mart Supercenter.These flares are shot from a single shot style flare pistol with the shells being reloaded then expelled. No flare gun was found at the scene, the report said.The fire started with three or four bales which spread to the others, the report said.The wind on May 13 was about 13.8 mph with the temperature of 65 degrees. Faust said in the report that he contacted an employee who works at Wal-Mart Security, who advised the WPD that the last date of sale for a flare kit was April 28, but one was missing from inventory, and might have been stolen.On May 14, Faust installed a trail camera at the scene in case the suspect(s) returned. At 4 p.m. on May 15, Faust checked the camera which was full and he went to download the files at the fire department building, the report said. Before he was able to return, another call came in for another fire in the Rusk field at the same location. This time 10 to 12 bales were on fire. Thirteen bales were consumed in this fire, leaving about 27 bales in the field. The wind was about 8.1 mph with a temperature of 63 degrees.Rusk allegedly called the WPD after a WHS student told him he had heard Hodson and a 16-year-old Wellington male talking about setting the hay bales on fire. On May 20, Faust allegedly contacted Hodson and asked him to come to the fire department for an interview which was set for 2 p.m., but Hodson allegedly did not come to the interview.On May 29, Faust interviewed the 16-year-old male with the mother present. The 16-year-old boy said he was involved in the second fire with Hodson and another male. In the report, the 16-year-old said Hodson had a road flare to set the bales on fire. In the first fire, Hodson allegedly used a signal flare.The WPD interviewed two other boys allegedly involved in the two fires.On June 3, Faust interviewed Hodson for an unrelated car vandalism incident. Hodson allegedly said during that interview he had gone to the hay bale field twice. Once with one boy and the second time with two different boys. Hodson allegedly said in the interview that during the first incident he allegedly shot flares, and on the second time he used road flares.The estimated damage to the hay bales was $1,680 the report said.•••••Hodson is also facing charges with conspiracy to commit criminal damage to property, a level 10 felony and four counts of criminal damage to property. He is accused on May 19, 2014 of conspiring with two other males with picking up rocks from Wheat Country Car Wash and throwing them at various parked cars in Wellington. The incident caused $1,936 damage, according to the complaint.Hodson moved from Wellington to Atwood this summer after his family gained employment at the Atwood School District. Jerry Hodson accepted the school superintendent’s job after serving as curriculum director at Wellington USD 353 for two years. He is a former Wellington Middle School principal. His wife, Jill Hodson, was a Washington Elementary Title One Teacher.Follow us on Twitter. 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 (28) 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. +45 Vote up Vote down Oh boy · 313 weeks ago This kid was always in trouble at WHS but his daddy always took care of it. I doubt daddy can get him out of this one. Report Reply 1 reply · active 313 weeks ago +9 Vote up Vote down Redress · 313 weeks ago OMG so wrong. Report Reply 0 replies · active 313 weeks ago +24 Vote up Vote down concerned parent · 313 weeks ago at least he didn’t hurt anybody and something may get done about this kid. finally!! Report Reply 1 reply · active 313 weeks ago +18 Vote up Vote down Faganlover · 313 weeks ago That kid seems out of control… You reap what you sow. Teach your children well. Report Reply 0 replies · active 313 weeks ago +12 Vote up Vote down Crusader Pride · 313 weeks ago I know it is easy to cast stones or in this case throw them as hard as you can. But please remember that parenting is a tough thing. Not making excuses for Mr. Hodson, he did bail his kid out way to many times. But how many of us have done the same thing? Just remember that there is also a younger son who is a great kid. So be gentle in your bashing and make sure your closet is perfect…otherwise move on they have. Report Reply 2 replies · active 312 weeks ago +32 Vote up Vote down CueballSumnernewscow 94p · 313 weeks ago I’m going to weigh in on this. You can’t blame parents for everything. There are families across the world who have good kids and bad kids. Good parenting is about teaching your child to do the right thing. It is up to the child to learn those lessons. Some will, some won’t. Report Reply 3 replies · active 313 weeks ago +11 Vote up Vote down guest · 313 weeks ago What about the others that were involved!! Report Reply 1 reply · active 294 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down Guest 2 · 313 weeks ago I am not sure as to why the parents were even part of this story to begin with as he is now an adult and will be treated accordingly. I’m quite certain that each and every one of us can say we have done things we are not proud of, or perhaps even our own children. Some of the worst kids turn out to be some of the best adults. It’s up to that individual to determine their fate. Their parents did what any parent would do, defend and love your child. The Hodson’s are good people and shouldn’t be part of a bashing spree. They are not here to defend themselves and again, this is an adult now, so they should be left out of it. I think there are bigger issues within America that we should be discussing vs. setting hay bales on fire etc. Report Reply 0 replies · active 313 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down Voodoo Child · 313 weeks ago FREE WILL. What we do with it is simple. Your choices, good or bad, right or wrong. How you decide is freedom of choice and free will. I do believe the use of cameras, such as the trail camera spoken about, by rural property owners might just turn the tide on burglarys and other criminal activity in our county. Kinda of hard to deny your presence or involvement in a crime when your on candid camera. Report Reply 1 reply · active 313 weeks ago -2 Vote up Vote down WHSmom · 313 weeks ago I agree with some of the above comments about blaming the parents..Not their fault..you cannot control your childs action at all times…you can be the best parent and hope that they behave while not in your presence,,,Both Mr and Mrs. Hodson are not at fault.. Report Reply 1 reply · active 312 weeks ago 12Next » Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. 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