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November victory for King and Doyle as On To Victory wins Doncaster pot | Racing News

first_img“It’s always nice to get Alan a winner, I get a few good rides from him throughout the year.” – Advertisement – On To Victory finished well in the Town Moor gloom to land the Betfair November Handicap for Alan King in the hands of James Doyle.The six-year-old was breaking his duck for his new trainer having moved from Eve Johnson Houghton at the end of last year and he had been knocking on the door.- Advertisement –center_img Placed in his last three races, he managed to get his head in front this time after a well-timed challenged under Doyle who was delighted with the success.“It set up quite nicely for him,” he said on Sky Sports Racing.“I thought I was tracking the right type of horses so I was pretty happy when I turned into the straight. On this ground you just hope you can keep the momentum going to the line.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Syracuse drops rubber game, 6-2, at Louisville

first_img Published on April 24, 2016 at 3:59 pm Contact Matthew: mguti100@syr.edu | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (25-21, 9-11 Atlantic Coast) could not take the rubber game of a weekend series at Louisville (32-10, 13-5) Sunday afternoon, falling 6-2 at Ulmer Stadium.The Orange and Cardinals split Saturday’s doubleheader.Syracuse pitcher AnnaMarie Gatti was sharp early, retiring the first seven hitters and holding UofL hitless through three innings.But Gatti could not get out of the fourth inning. After inducing a groundout, she allowed a single, a walk and a pair of doubles. With one out in the inning and UofL up 3-0, Jocelyn Cater relieved Gatti, getting the next two batters on groundouts to end the frame.In the fifth, Louisville’s Brittany Sims doubled to right center, scoring Megan Hensley and Jessica Adell to make it a 5-0 ballgame. UofL tacked on another run in the sixth.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textGatti took the loss, allowing three runs in 3 1/3 innings of work.SU scored both of its runs in the sixth, when outfielder Maddi Doane led off the inning with a walk. After Corinne Ozanne singled and Sydney O’Hara reached on an error, Andrea Bombace scored Doane on a fielder’s choice. Two batters later, Alicia Hansen singled home O’Hara to make it 6-2.Louisville ace Maryssa Becker allowed just one earned run in her complete-game effort, earning her 19th win of the year. Becker also beat the Orange in game one on Saturday, tossing a complete-game shutout.Despite having one more hit than UofL, the Orange was just 2-for-8 with runners in scoring position.Syracuse’s next game is at Albany (29-12, 9-1 American) on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. Commentslast_img read more

Aging adults, persons with disabilities invited to take MDHHS online survey

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisLANSING, MICH. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Aging & Adult Services Agency is working to make sure programs and services available to Michigan’s older adults and persons with disabilities continue to meet their needs during the pandemic.To find out, the agency is conducting a survey of Michiganders age 60 and over and with disabilities. MDHHS will use the results to improve programs and services throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. “In Michigan, adults age 60 and over represent 35 percent of COVID-19 cases and, unfortunately, 87 percent of the deaths,” said Dr. Alexis Travis, senior deputy director of Aging & Adult Services Agency. “We are looking to hear from both older adults and persons with disabilities how COVID-19 has impacted their daily lives.” Any Michigan resident who is age 60 or over and/or has a disability is invited to complete the online survey on the Aging & Adult Services website. The survey closes Friday, July 10. A caregiver also can complete the survey on behalf of an older adult or person with a disability. This survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. All responses are confidential and will be stored securely. Results will be reported in summary form only. For more information, contact Aging & Adults Services Agency at 517-241-4100, AASAInfo@michigan.gov or Michigan.gov/AASA. Information around the COVID-19 outbreak is changing rapidly. The latest information is available at Michigan.gov/Coronavirus and CDC.gov/Coronavirus.  AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Michigan Attorney General announces creation of criminal investigations divisionNext Lee Ann Johnson to make a stop in Alpena for Doughnuts with the Demslast_img read more