Dillsboro, IN —Early Sunday morning, the Dearborn County Sheriff’s Office responded to Prosperity Ridge Road in Dillsboro for a report of a male that had been shot. Once on scene, deputies learned that an 18-year-old male had been fatally shot on the same day as his graduation from South Dearborn High School. According to Sheriff Shane McHenry, one person is in custody and charges will be forthcoming.The case is being investigated by the Dearborn County Sheriff’s Office with assistance from the Dearborn County Coroner’s Office, Dillsboro Fire, Dillsboro Ems, Ripley County EMS, Friendship Fire Dept. and the Indiana State Police. More information will be released over the next couple of days once charges are filed.
Facebook Twitter Google+ CICERO — Coming off a 2017 sectional title, Cicero-North Syracuse lost 33 seniors. But it was the new seniors who stepped up on Friday night in C-NS’ season opener to beat Christian Brothers Academy, 47-6. Conner Hayes threw four touchdowns, Shy’rel Broadwater caught three, and Jaiquawn Mcgriff ran for two and scored one after an interception. It got the Northstars off to a 1-0 start, a record Hayes said C-NS should aim for every week. Published on September 1, 2018 at 1:44 am Contact Max: [email protected] Comments
Draft class signed 🔏We have signed rookie RB @iAM_JoshJacobs: https://t.co/aTOeFwpTeY pic.twitter.com/uu6Ge1gXGx— Oakland Raiders (@Raiders) July 10, 2019Jacobs was selected as the 24th overall pick in the 2019 draft, but there was fear he would hold out at the start of training camp.The tailback out of Alabama wasn’t happy with the team’s bonus structure, and was the Raiders’ only first-round pick that had yet to sign after both defensive end Clelin Ferrell and safety Johnathan Abram inked deals June 18. Related News After coach Jon Gruden gave high praise of Jacobs, who ran for 640 yards and 11 touchdowns on 120 carries last season, Oakland continued negotiations until it came to terms both parties could agree with.The specifics of the deal have not yet been announced.”He’s physical, he’s dynamic,” Gruden said after the draft. “He’s a great story, indeed. Where this kid has come from. There is something inside of him that I didn’t go through as a young man, and I think he’s going to be a centerpiece at some point. I’m not going to put any pressure on him, he’s got a lot to learn.”But we do have a good offensive line, we’ve got an experienced quarterback in our system now, we’ve got a couple of receivers that if you want to double them, perhaps this running back can do some damage. So we’re excited at this addition to our team.” Josh Jacobs has avoided a holdout.The Raiders running back agreed to his four-year rookie deal Tuesday, the team announced. Redskins’ Jay Gruden pitches Jon Gruden’s Raiders for ‘Hard Knocks’ Raiders 1st-round pick Josh Jacobs could hold out, miss training camp, report says Jon Gruden says Raiders never thought about trading up in draft Jacobs also proved to be a dual threat, finishing his third and final year with the Crimson Tide catching 20 passes for 247 yards and three scores.Raiders rookies report to training camp July 23. Oakland’s first team practice is July 27.
FOOTBALL: Central Park in Keadue hosted the second qualifying area of the Donegal Soccer Academy Primary Soccer 7s (sponsored by Sellm8.com) on Friday with schools competing for a place in the Grand Finals. The boys section threw up some fascinating semi finals as Scoil Adhamhnáin faced off against Acres NS, whilst St Cronas NS played Scoil Mhuire (Glenties).It was Scoil Adhamhnáin and St Cronas NS who progressed though, both winning 1-0. As expected the final was a close encounter as both sides had early chances to score but it wasn’t until 3 minutes from the end when St Cronas NS got the goal that sealed a narrow victory.The girls section saw Scoil Mhuire (Glenties) navigate the group without defeat whilst Scoil Adhamhnáin advanced as group runners up.The final between the two sides was a fantastic endorsement for girls soccer with Scoil Mhuire (Glenties) taking the victory, 2-0.Both sides can now look forward to taking their place in the Primary Soccer 7s Grand Finals at the end of November. Donegal Soccer Academy would like to thank the schools/teachers for their participation in the competition and to Keadue Rovers FC for the use of their great facilities.FOOTBALL: ST CRONAS NS ADVANCE IN THE DONEGAL SOCCER ACADEMY PRIMARY SCHOOLS 7’S was last modified: October 14th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Sport