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Jakob Johnson is Ready to Make an Impact at Tight End – Rocky Top Insider

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When he first joined the Vols back in 2014, Jakob Johnson was a borderline three-star/four-star prospect with a lot of raw talent and no true position. He started out at linebacker for Tennessee, but after his freshman year, Johnson began the transition to tight end. And now that hes had a couple years to learn the position, he feels ready to make an impact in his senior season.

When I first got here I had no hands, Johnson said during media availability on Friday. I feel like now I have some hands. It took me some time. Getting good hands is really just working on your eye discipline, and I spent all winter working with Marquez (Callaway) and (Tyler) Byrd on the tennis ball machines and on the jugs. Its just something you have to work on every day.

Last season Johnson mostly backed up Ethan Wolf and Jason Croom. When he was in to play, he typically was used as a blocker. But when asked if he will be used more as a pass catcher this season, Johnson was optimistic.

I havent dropped the ball since spring, so I hope so, Johnson replied. I think since Ive made the switch from linebacker Ive had a quiet couple years. But Ive been working every day trying to improve and things are finally paying off.

One of the biggest factors in Johnsons increased confidence and passion has been new offensive coordinator Larry Scott. Last season, Scott was just Tennessees tight ends coach and special teams coordinator. But Scott was promoted to offensive coordinator this offseason after Mike DeBord left the program. And Johnson says Scott has been a big key for the offense, specifically the tight ends.

When Coach Scott came in, it kind of rejuvenated everybody and everybody has a new focus and commitment to getting better, Johnson said. He showed us some of the things he did in Miami, you know like his standards and expectations for a tight end.

If you want to be a tight end in his offense youve got to be able to make plays on the ball. But you also have to be physical and tough in the run game. That was his expectation from the start.

Another new coach that Johnson says has been pivotal to his improvement has been strength and conditioning coach Rock Gullickson. When asked if the tight end group has been more physical this year, Johnson replied with definitely and said Gullickson has been the reason.

I think a big part of that has been the work Coach Rock has done, Johnson stated. Since he got here weve gotten a lot stronger, a lot more explosive. Ive gotten a lot stronger and more explosive, and a bunch of the freshmen have made big jumps too.

But it hasnt just been coaches whove helped Johnson improve as a tight end. He has a fellow senior tight end to thank for that too.

Ethan Wolf and Johnson have both been in the program since 2014. And according to Johnson, he and Wolf have had a strong relationship since he first moved from Florida up to Tennessee.

Ethan, man, he is my brother, Johnson said. Weve been here together since my first semester here. I remember walking to class with him. He was right down the door from me in the dorms.

Weve been cool from the jump, and hes just been giving me tips here and there. Its paid off.

So far, Johnson has just two catches for 10 yards in his Tennessee career. And both of those catches came last season against Tennessee Tech. The Vols dont have much in the way of experience at tight end behind Ethan Wolf this season, and they need someone to step up behind him.

Jakob Johnson says hes ready to be that support in the tight end group, and he will have to prove it in his last season in Knoxville.

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Obituaries 8-3-2017 – Appalachian News-Express

Anita Lois Hodge

Anita Lois Hodge, 55, of Elkhorn City, died Saturday, July 29, 2017, at her residence.

She was born in Pikeville, Jan. 15, 1962, the daughter of the late Harvey and Kathleen Allen Lodge.

She was a beautician.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one brother, Harvey Hodge Jr.

She is survived by her companion, Larry Ramey; one son, Mackie Robinson; six sisters, Barbara Adams, Carol Stalker, Rhonda Ratliff, Diana Ratliff, Tina Swiney, all of Elkhorn City, and Kathy Fleming of Hellier; four brothers, Billy Joe Hodge, Robert Hodge, Gary Wayne Hodge, all of Elkhorn City, and Michael Hodge of Columbus, Ohio; and three grandchildren, Paden Nicholas Robinson, Alexzander Dwight Robinson and Elijah Nathanael Robinson.

Funeral services will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3, at the Bailey Funeral Home Chapel, with Jimmy Kerr officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Bailey Funeral Home, Inc. of Elkhorn City.

The guestbook may be signed at www.baileyfuneralhomeinc.com.

This is a paid obituary.

Ella Mae Joyce

Ella Mae Joyce, 88, of Goose Creek, S.Car., formerly of Pikeville, died Saturday, July 29, 2017, surrounded by her family.

She was born in Floyd County, May 5, 1929, the daughter of the late William and Lenora Hix Joyce.

She was manager of the G.C. Murphy Store in downtown Pikeville. She later moved with her sister to South Carolina. She lived a full life, enjoying it with her devoted sister and beloved poodle, Tinker Bell.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two siblings, Jay Joyce and Stella Harris.

She is survived by her best friend and sister, Agnes E. Collins; two special nephews, who were like sons to her, Gary Collins (Paula) and Dr. William Collins (Pam); and a loving host of other nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3, at the Thacker Memorial Funeral Home Chapel, with Clark Halstead officiating. Entombment will follow in the J.U. Thacker Mausoleum on the Annie E. Young Cemetery, Pikeville. Arrangements are under the direction of the Thacker Memorial Funeral Home of Pikeville.

The guestbook may be signed at www.1namethacker.com.

This is a paid obituary.

Cassie Potter Odette

Cassie Potter Odette, 36, of Richmond, Va., formerly of Pike County and Augusta, Ga., died Friday, July 28, 2017.

She was born in Wise, Va., March 25, 1981, the daughter of Mary Fogarty Potter of Chesterfield, Va., and Arlie Potter Jr. of Dorton.

Known for her curly red hair and big heart, Cassie brought smiles to many. She was passionate about many causes and worked for a variety of non-profit organizations.

She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Arlie and Iva Robbins Potter of Dorton and Carl and Gladys Turner Fogarty of Wise, Va.

In addition to her parents, she is survived by three children, Joseph Drake Jennings, Daniel Zaden Odette and Lillian Marie Odette; two brothers, David Potter (Dena) of Chesterfield, Va., and Jarrod Potter of Mount Sterling; and a host of other dear family and friends.

Funeral services were held Wednesday, Aug. 2, at the Polly & Craft Funeral Home Chapel. In honoring her wishes, a cremation service followed. Arrangements were under the direction of the Polly & Craft Funeral Home of Jenkins.

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Nancy Sue Ratliff

Nancy Sue Ratliff, 66, of Elkhorn City, died Saturday, July 29, 2017, at the University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington.

A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4, at the Bailey Funeral Home Chapel. Arrangements are under the direction of Bailey Funeral Home, Inc. of Elkhorn City.

The guestbook may be signed at www.baileyfuneralhomeinc.com.

Caleb Skeens

Caleb Skeens, 20, of Pikeville, died Monday, July 31, 2017, in Floyd County.

He was born in Pikeville, Dec. 7, 1996, the son of Rebecca Bostic Scott of Rush and Stanley Skeens of Pikeville and the stepson of Linda Fay Thompson Skeens of Pikeville.

He was a logger, a member of the Feds Creek Baptist Church and a member of the KY Master Logger.

In addition to his parents and stepmother, he is survived by four sisters, Jessica Skeens Charles and Jessica Thompson, both of Pikeville, Natasha Skeens of Somerset and Denicka Skeens of Paintsville; three brothers, Jacob Skeens, Jeremiah Skeens and Jason Skeens, all of Pikeville; and a half-brother, Isaac Scott of Altoona, Penn.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 4, at the Bailey Funeral Home Chapel, with Steve Byers officiating. Burial will follow in the Peggy Miller Cemetery, Feds Creek.

Visitation will be held all day Thursday, at the funeral home, with services at 7. Arrangements are under the direction of Bailey Funeral Home, Inc. of Elkhorn City.

The guestbook may be signed at www.baileyfuneralhomeinc.com.

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NyokaTad Watts, 61, of North Matewan, W.Va., died suddenly Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017, in the emergency room of the Williamson Memorial Hospital, Williamson, W.Va.

Funeral services will be held at 12 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4, at the Faith Mission Church of McCarr, with Pastor Jimmy Fields officiating. Burial will follow in the Watts Family Cemetery, North Matewan, W.Va.

Visitation will be held at the church, beginning at 11 a.m. and continuing until the time of services, on Friday. Arrangements are under the direction of Chambers Funeral Services, Inc. of Matewan.

The guestbook may be signed at www.chambersfuneralservices.com.

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Robert "Bobby" Eugene Hiestand – LancasterOnline

Robert “Bobby” Eugene Hiestand, 51, of Philadelphia and formerly of Maytown, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, July 28th, 2017. He was the son of Robert E. and Barbara A. Seaman Hiestand of Maytown. Also surviving is his brother, Bill, married to Cindy Doughman Hiestand of Mount Joy, and his sister, Beth, married to Todd Smith of Willow Street. He is also survived by 4 nieces: Lori (Hiestand) Erickson married to James, Katie Hiestand, Tori Smith, and Ella Smith; 2 nephews: Michael Hiestand and Luke Smith; and a great-nephew, Nathanael Erickson, and a great-niece, Jayde Erickson. He was previously married to Dawn Cutillo of Ephrata, PA.

Bobby was a 1984 graduate of Lancaster Christian School and later graduated from Messiah College. Bobby was a former stock broker and later involved in starting several magazines. He enjoyed writing, playing golf, water sports, and traveling. He also enjoyed spending time with family, friends, and his cats. Bobby was a special person who will lovingly be remembered for his generosity, free spirit, and sense of humor.

Family and friends are invited for a time of visitation at the home of Robert and Barbara Hiestand, 117 South River Street, Maytown, PA, on Friday evening, August 4th, 2017, from 6-8 p.m. Interment will be private and held at the convenience of his family in Bossler’s Mennonite Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in memory of Bobby may be made to: Child Evangelism Fellowship of Lancaster, 5307 Main Street, East Petersburg, PA 17520, http://www.ceflancaster.org/donate, or to the Water Street Rescue Mission, 210 South Prince Street, Lancaster, PA 17603, https://wsm.org/make-an-impact/donate

On-line condolences may be sent through www.sheetzfuneralhome.com Sheetz Funeral Home

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Linda Fuller – Watertown Public Opinion

VIENNA Linda Marie Fuller, age 67, of rural Vienna, died early morning Wednesday, July 26, 2017, at the hospital in Watertown with her husband and children at her side.

Visitation will be held on Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Furness Funeral Home at Clark and will continue at the church at Watertown after 9 a.m. on Monday.

Funeral services will be held on Monday at 10:30 a.m. in the Watertown Christian Church, 201 Golf Course Rd, Watertown, near Derby Downs. Following a dinner at the church, burial will take place in the South Elrod Cemetery, near Clark. The honorary casketbearers will be Trisha Rieffenberger, Mandy Maynard, Brittany van Zyl, and the Maynard cousins. The active casketbearers will be Jason, Josh, Brad, and Jory Maynard, Rob, Dusty, and David Fuller, and Scott Kahre. Music will be provided by pianists Nancy Maynard and Dorothy Fuller with special music by Steve and Kathryn Ferguson, Joel Maynard, and David Maynard.

Linda was born June 22, 1950, in Watertown, the daughter of Wayne and Barbara Maynard of rural Clark.

Linda attended high school in Henry and was active in cheerleading, singing in the choir, playing in the band, class plays, and spending time with her friends. After graduating from high school, Linda attended South Dakota State University in Brookings. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree upon graduation in 1972.

On June 25 1972, Linda married the love of her life, Wayne Fuller at the Clark Methodist Church. They moved to their home and farm in rural Vienna, where she lived until her death. Linda began her career as a community health nurse for Deuel and Clark County and worked for two years.

On May 5 1974, Linda gave birth to her son Justin and on August 5, 1976, Linda gave birth to her daughter Laura. In addition to raising her children, Linda was active in the South Lake Church of Christ and was part of The Cousins singing group. Her involvement in her churches and devotion to God was always present in how Linda lived.

In 1983, Linda resumed her career in the medical industry where she held several positions over the next 18 years. She was the organizer and charter president of the South Dakota Hospital Quality Managers Association. After her medical career, Linda found passion in teaching and became a special needs educator working in the Clark and Watertown School systems.

Upon retirement, Linda found joy in spending winters in Arizona, where she became close with many friends and neighbors and one of her biggest joys in life was spending time with her children and grandchildren.

Lindas faith in the Lord was the central part of her life and never wavered. She was baptized into the Lord at a young age and her firm belief in God guided Linda throughout her entire life.

Linda is survived by her husband Wayne of 45 years; son Justin (Wendy) Fuller of Randolph, Minn.; daughter Laura (Nathan), Corbin and Silas Foote of Nashville, Tenn.; Nathanael Thompson of Pierre; mother Barbara Maynard of Watertown; brother Mark (Arla) Maynard of Watertown; brother John (Connie) Maynard of rural Clark; and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncle and cousins.

She is preceded in death by her father Wayne Maynard and infant brother Michael.

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Vols Fall Camp Notes and Observations: 7-29-17 – Rocky Top Insider

The Vols held their first practice of fall camp prior to the 2017 season on Saturday, July 29th. The team opened up with a long period of stretches, but then they broke into smaller groups and participated in positional drills for the rest of the afternoon.

Here are our notes and observations from the first day of the Vols fall camp.

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The first day of fall camp didnt provide much in the way of true analysis, as players werent in pads and couldnt make too much contact. But John Kelly and Marquez Callaway in particular did stand out at their respective positions.

Jack Jones had a solid couple reps in the offensive line drills, and he needs a strong fall in order to try and nab a starting spot along the Vols experienced offensive line.

Tennessee young tight end group had a solid showing on the first day of fall camp. Ethan Wolf, of course, looked impressive hauling in some deeper passes during drills. But his brother, Eli, and freshman James Brown also looked good in limited time. Austin Pope made a few solid catches as well.

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Still not compensated, 3 years after a plane crash – The Sherbrooke Times

Archival Photos, Hubert J. Solomon The big brother of Magloire Somda, Winmalo, the joint of the latter, the Angelic Nantouowor Kpada, and their two children, Nathanael, 6, and Arielle, 3 years old, perished in a plane crash in Mali.

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A man who has lost five members of his family in the plane crash of Air Algeria in 2014 is said to be exhausted by the legal battle he is waging for the past three years to recognize his loss and his pain and suffering.

Life has always been enjoyable for our family Since were doing a number of things, trying to smile, but there was always something missing, says Magloire Somda, in tears.

His brothers Wilfred and Winmalo, the joint of the latter, the Angelic Nantouowor Kpada, and their two children Nathanael and Arielle, who lived in Longueuil, perished three years ago almost to the day, while they were returning for the 50th wedding anniversary of the parents of the brothers Somda, Burkina Faso.

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Wilfried, the brother of Magloire and Winmalo, also died in the accident.

Shortly after takeoff flight AH5017 on July 24, 2014, in Ouagadougou, the device crashed in northern Mali. Of the 116 people on board died, including 11 in Quebec. The investigation into the crash pointed to gaps in the training of pilots.

The value of a life

Like many other families of victims, Magloire Somda and his relatives have brought an action against Air Algeria. If others have since obtained a compensation or are in the process of obtaining, Mr Somda, for its part, declined the offer he has presented, considering it to be insufficient.

When you talk to me about the value of my family, I have the impression that it is as if one spoke of the loss of luggage and no loss of lives , said the man who resides in Ontario.

He regrets that he and his family were not entitled to a compensation as high as that of the bereaved who have lost a husband or a parent.

All members of the same family have disappeared. As if their lives were not as important to their brothers and sisters and their descendants , laments he.

The concept of family

Me Grard Samet, who represents the families of victims in quebec in this drama, for its part, has recommended to accept the compensation offered, he considers high .

You need to understand that the moral prejudice is weakly compensated in Canada. Which is much better compensated, it is the economic harm, explained the lawyer.

According to the latter, youre faced with a debate on the concept of family , which is quite different in Burkina Faso than in Canada .

Magloire Somda holds, despite everything, to fight until the end. He has created a page on the site sociofinancement in order to raise money for the help, including the legal fees and the costs of travel to and from the courts.

The crash in brief

Victims

Cause of the accident

Stall of the aircraft due to the non-activation of the system anti-icing of the engines by the pilots.

The pilot had not flown for 8 months prior to this last volume

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MY VIEW: Historical Society summer barbecue draws crowd and more – OCRegister

An old-fashioned potluck and barbecue lured members of the Fountain Valley Historical Society to their annual Summer BarbecueSundayafternoon under the shady trees at Heritage Park.

Aboutseven hours later, one of those shady trees lost a massive limb, which crashed down on two of the parks historic buildings, including the restored Talbert Real Estate Office, which is the first thing you see when you walk into the park.

For the record, no one was injured and, in fact, no one was in the fenced and locked park when the tree branch gave way. By the next morning, the citys arborist had inspected the damage and work crews were clearing away the debris.

But more about that later.

Lets get back to the barbecue.

Thanks to the barbecue crew City Councilman Steve Nagel and wife Nina and FV Community Foundation President Prem Balani and wife Linda for grilling the burgers and hot dogs.

And a huge thanks to FV Historical Society Co-President Cheryl Brothers for doing things like making cole slaw, chili, pulled pork, a refreshing punch as well as for keeping the kitchen organized as dozens of salads, side dishes, deviled eggs, watermelon and more were delivered to feed the attendees.

I cant name everyone I saw but Ill do my best: I spotted Larry and Sandra Crandall, Ron and Marilyn Walker, Bill and Kathleen Rockney, Ron and Donna Courreges, Tim Davis, Jay Adams, Sharon Cope, Mollie Guyot, Brad and Valorie Gaston, Bobbi Hoole, Dann Gibb, Larry and Michelle Judson, Barbara and Leslie Montz, Nick and Edythe Muse, Shayna Newman, Dorothy Gook, Sully and Harriett Sullivan, Hal Bates and City Councilman Michael Vo and his wife Catherine.

Coastal Community Fellowship Pastor Kene Panas and wife Machele, Sarah Flores and Youth Pastor Nathanael Swodeck headed over to the picnic right after church.

Historical Society Co-President Marilyn Bennett wasnt there but her famous baked beans were, much to the delight of those on hand.

And just a note: Almost everyone who was there for a fun barbecue is also a hard-working volunteer as well, so when the event was over, it didnt take long to clean up the park and put everything back in order!

One last note: Good luck to Nick Hoffman, a young homeless man who wandered into the park at the start of the event. He was invited to sit down and have a solid meal, for which he was extremely appreciative. And 50-50 drawing winner Tim Davis decided to donate his winnings to young Nick.

Nick thanked us and then went back to a bench in front of the library where he was waiting for his brother to pick him up.

As for the tree branch, a city work crew arrived early Monday morning to cut off more potentially dangerous branches, cut up what had fallen and clean up the mess.

The real estate office and the bathhouse next to it suffered damage, but both can be repaired and will continue to tell part of the citys history.

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Lee Selby defends his IBF featherweight title after gruelling 12-round duel with Jonathon Barros – The Sun

LEE SELBY battled through blood, sweat and tears to retain his IBF featherweight world title just four days after his mum tragically died.

The Welsh warrior somehow managed to not only step through the ropes and fight in her honour, but school a former WBA world champion in solid Jonathan Barros, with a heavily bleeding eye.

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Over a dozen rounds even with the gash from a clash of heads with heartbreak surely haunting the Barry man, Selby ran away with the fight 119-108 and 117-110 twice.

Selby should have fought the Argentine veteran in January but he controversially failed pre-fight medicals, with blood tests allegedly showing up hepatitis A, in a cloudy incident.

But the result here was crystal clear as Selby in front of ringside guest Carl Frampton who he hopes to fight next ran rings around the south American in a show of incredible grit.

In the opening four rounds Selby boxing like a man that has blocked out every other thought imaginable to get this job done.

Emotionless and dead-eyed in there as he evaded Barros and picked him off with venom.

In the fifth the challenger clumsily lunged in and the 30-year-old manhandled him to the floor, using the Barros unfortunate momentum to sling him to the canvas in an act of dominance.

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A trickle of blood started above Selbys right eye toward the end of the fifth the result of a skull collision.

But by the time the bell came it was a crimson stream tracing down his cheek and defining his jawline, in a worry for his corner.

The veteran brawler marched forward in the desperate hunt for his second world title but the Argentine would have needed both of Gods hands as Selby danced around London.

Barros was not bloody but his razor-sharp cheekbones carried deep marks, sure signs of relentless pounding from the arrow-like Selby jab that could put any hook or uppercut out of business.

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The Champ demonstrated his comfort and skill with a southpaw switch in the eighth – if only to signal high and wide to the judges that he felt no pressure.

And in the following round he was almost showboating with outrageous subtlety.

Anyone thrilled by two men screaming b**** at each other in the exact same spot 24 hours earlier would have been bored to tears by the understated ring craft Selby produced in a masterclass.

There was even time for a crunching left hook to send the visitor sprawling to the canvas, though he made the count and finished on his feet.

Selbys arm was raised, his hardest fight was won. His mother would have been very proud.

MARTIN J WARD defended his British super feather-weight title and grabbed the vacant commonwealth strap from Anthony Cacaces grasp in a beauty of a battle.

The pair went toe-to-toe in a 12-round marathon of machismo, just seconds after watching fellow fighter Robbie Davies Jnr leave the arena on a hospital stretcher.

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The Brentwood man emerged victorious on a narrow unanimous decision, taking his tally to 18 wins, on the judges cards.

There had been plenty of needle between the pair on social media in the build-up to the fight.

So much in fact that fight fans were surprised their final weigh-in on Friday went off without any fireworks.

The explosives were saved for the ring as the two men went to war; Ward grafting like a worker bee and Cacace looking for that one show-stopping punch.

There were doubts over Cacaces commitment and stamina earlier in his career with his natural talent in no doubt but he proved he is taking the fight game seriously with this dogged performance.

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For 12 rounds there was almost nothing to divide the pair only what the judges deemed to be the better style.

Going into the final three minutes the fight could have gone either way – with no one inside Wembley arena envying the judges who had to take away one mans unbeaten record.

As the final bell rang both man cuddled and raised their arms aloft Ward was hoisted onto the shoulders of his cornerman in one final effort to sway the judges.

All three handed it to the 25-year-old with 115-114, 116-114, 116-113 scores.

CHRIS EUBANKS other son Nathanael Wilson got the family reunion off to a perfect start with a second-round win on his half-brothers undercard on Saturday night.

Wilson is Eubank Snrs son from an early relationship that went unmentioned for 27 years, until a recent reconciliation.

The two Chris Eubanks and Wilson all met up on Wednesday for their first ever face-to-face meet and the family affair got off ideally on Saturday night.

Wilson, a Croydon fighter coming into the game late in life, had it all his own way with heavy right hands and left hooks causing his opponent Yaddollah Ghasemi problems.

The super-lightweight star looked like a chip off the old bloke and even sounded like his dad when he unloaded heavy shots.

And after just 1.48min of the second round the referee stepped in and stopped the one-sided onslaught.

Eubank Snr was ringside to watch his offspring nicknamed Bank Notes take his growing record to 4-0-1.

Wilson who took his mothers maiden name growing up in south London where his family connections made him a target for trouble – got his man out with minimal fuss.

And he can no look forward to more fights under his fathers guidance to keep the family business thriving.

KID GALAHAD made a serious point in his effort to land a world title shot, after losing one for a hat-trick of low-blows.

The Sheffield star went to 23-0 with a 10th round stoppage of rock-solid Jose Cayetano to claim the vacant IBF intercontinental featherweight title.

The British star left if late and might have been nervous going to the judges having had a point chalked off for hitting below the belt three times.

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With Kell Brook in the arena to offer his pal support, Galahad did not disappoint as he dominated the fight from start to finish.

Galahads jab dictated the fight in the opening rounds as the Mexican was marched around all four corners of the ring but lashed out as best he could on the back foot.

After an early warning to shots to Cayetanos knackers, Galahad targeted the body and wore his man down as they approached six minutes.

In the third Cayetano tried going southpaw but failed to fool Galahad whose biggest mistake was a second low blow.

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And by round five he was finally punished with a point off his tally as the brave Cayetano battled on with bruised plums.

Finally, in the tenth round, the referee jumped in to stop the beat-down and hand Galahad another win.

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Tim Reusch – Chronicle Times

Tim Reusch, age 58 of Meriden, Iowa, passed away Thursday, July 13, 2017, at the St. Marys Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota. Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 20, 2017, at the Greenwood-Schubert Funeral Home in Cherokee. Jason Bollinger will officiate. Burial will be held at a later date. Visitation will begin one hour prior to the service on Thursday, at the funeral home. The Greenwood-Schubert Funeral Home in Cherokee is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.greenwoodfuneral.com.

Timothy Albert Reusch, 58, passed away, surrounded by loved ones, on Thursday, July 13,2017 at Saint Mary’s Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota from a rare lung rejection.

Tim leaves his wife of 40 years, Lori (Gross) Reusch; his mother, Margaret (Boch) Reusch; his son, Nathan Reusch and his companion, Kim Grzeslo and her children, Cameron Schueder, Bryce Grzeslo, and Michael Grzeslo; his daughter, April (Reusch) Lillefloren and her husband; Casey Lillefloren; his son, David Reusch; the one accepted as a son, James Cox; grandchildren, Nathanael Reusch, Carson Reusch, Alexzander Lillefloren, Jonathan Reusch; his siblings; and many more family members and close friends.

Born in LeMars, the son of Albert and Margaret (Boch) Reusch, he was a lifelong resident of Meriden. Between 1996 and 1997 Tim worked around the clock building the families new home while continuing his lifelong occupation of driving truck. He drove for Hy-vee 28years, almost reaching 2 million miles when he was diagnosed with Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency and retired shortly after being diagnosed.

One of Tim’s passions was having family time and sharing what he loved with all around him. In 1989 his family became members of Hart Ranch in Rapid City, SD. He said he wanted this to be a place to call home away from home and to share with his kids who could then share the experience with their families. It has become an annual ritual for the whole family to enjoy time there together, sometimes including friends in the trips.

Tim was a lifelong fisherman with endless fishing trips with friends and family. Younger years he kept a fishing pole in his trunk for those “just in case I drive past some water on the way” moments. He said fishing allowed him to let go of everything around him and be at peace. In the latter year he was able to go out quite frequently with this sister Peggy Jackson and grinned from ear to ear with excitement.

Another passion of Tim’s was tinkering and fixing everything he could get his hands on. Between 1999-2000 he wanted to recreate his suburban into a dually suburban. This was accomplished with his brother Randy Reusch, sons, and his nephews.

Tim was meticulous with anything he put his mind to and worked hard to accomplish everything he dreamed of in life.

If he were here right now he would tell you to live each day as if it were your last. Tell those around you that you love them and embrace the moments with them.

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Jakob Johnson is Ready to Make an Impact at Tight End – Rocky Top Insider

Photo Credit: Mason Burgin/RTI When he first joined the Vols back in 2014, Jakob Johnson was a borderline three-star/four-star prospect with a lot of raw talent and no true position. He started out at linebacker for Tennessee, but after his freshman year, Johnson began the transition to tight end. And now that hes had a couple years to learn the position, he feels ready to make an impact in his senior season. When I first got here I had no hands, Johnson said during media availability on Friday. I feel like now I have some hands. It took me some time. Getting good hands is really just working on your eye discipline, and I spent all winter working with Marquez (Callaway) and (Tyler) Byrd on the tennis ball machines and on the jugs. Its just something you have to work on every day. Last season Johnson mostly backed up Ethan Wolf and Jason Croom. When he was in to play, he typically was used as a blocker. But when asked if he will be used more as a pass catcher this season, Johnson was optimistic. I havent dropped the ball since spring, so I hope so, Johnson replied. I think since Ive made the switch from linebacker Ive had a quiet couple years. But Ive been working every day trying to improve and things are finally paying off. One of the biggest factors in Johnsons increased confidence and passion has been new offensive coordinator Larry Scott. Last season, Scott was just Tennessees tight ends coach and special teams coordinator. But Scott was promoted to offensive coordinator this offseason after Mike DeBord left the program. And Johnson says Scott has been a big key for the offense, specifically the tight ends. When Coach Scott came in, it kind of rejuvenated everybody and everybody has a new focus and commitment to getting better, Johnson said. He showed us some of the things he did in Miami, you know like his standards and expectations for a tight end. If you want to be a tight end in his offense youve got to be able to make plays on the ball. But you also have to be physical and tough in the run game. That was his expectation from the start. Another new coach that Johnson says has been pivotal to his improvement has been strength and conditioning coach Rock Gullickson. When asked if the tight end group has been more physical this year, Johnson replied with definitely and said Gullickson has been the reason. I think a big part of that has been the work Coach Rock has done, Johnson stated. Since he got here weve gotten a lot stronger, a lot more explosive. Ive gotten a lot stronger and more explosive, and a bunch of the freshmen have made big jumps too. But it hasnt just been coaches whove helped Johnson improve as a tight end. He has a fellow senior tight end to thank for that too. Ethan Wolf and Johnson have both been in the program since 2014. And according to Johnson, he and Wolf have had a strong relationship since he first moved from Florida up to Tennessee. Ethan, man, he is my brother, Johnson said. Weve been here together since my first semester here. I remember walking to class with him. He was right down the door from me in the dorms. Weve been cool from the jump, and hes just been giving me tips here and there. Its paid off. So far, Johnson has just two catches for 10 yards in his Tennessee career. And both of those catches came last season against Tennessee Tech. The Vols dont have much in the way of experience at tight end behind Ethan Wolf this season, and they need someone to step up behind him. Jakob Johnson says hes ready to be that support in the tight end group, and he will have to prove it in his last season in Knoxville.

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Obituaries 8-3-2017 – Appalachian News-Express

Anita Lois Hodge Anita Lois Hodge, 55, of Elkhorn City, died Saturday, July 29, 2017, at her residence. She was born in Pikeville, Jan. 15, 1962, the daughter of the late Harvey and Kathleen Allen Lodge. She was a beautician. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one brother, Harvey Hodge Jr. She is survived by her companion, Larry Ramey; one son, Mackie Robinson; six sisters, Barbara Adams, Carol Stalker, Rhonda Ratliff, Diana Ratliff, Tina Swiney, all of Elkhorn City, and Kathy Fleming of Hellier; four brothers, Billy Joe Hodge, Robert Hodge, Gary Wayne Hodge, all of Elkhorn City, and Michael Hodge of Columbus, Ohio; and three grandchildren, Paden Nicholas Robinson, Alexzander Dwight Robinson and Elijah Nathanael Robinson. Funeral services will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3, at the Bailey Funeral Home Chapel, with Jimmy Kerr officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Bailey Funeral Home, Inc. of Elkhorn City. The guestbook may be signed at www.baileyfuneralhomeinc.com. This is a paid obituary. Ella Mae Joyce Ella Mae Joyce, 88, of Goose Creek, S.Car., formerly of Pikeville, died Saturday, July 29, 2017, surrounded by her family. She was born in Floyd County, May 5, 1929, the daughter of the late William and Lenora Hix Joyce. She was manager of the G.C. Murphy Store in downtown Pikeville. She later moved with her sister to South Carolina. She lived a full life, enjoying it with her devoted sister and beloved poodle, Tinker Bell. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two siblings, Jay Joyce and Stella Harris. She is survived by her best friend and sister, Agnes E. Collins; two special nephews, who were like sons to her, Gary Collins (Paula) and Dr. William Collins (Pam); and a loving host of other nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3, at the Thacker Memorial Funeral Home Chapel, with Clark Halstead officiating. Entombment will follow in the J.U. Thacker Mausoleum on the Annie E. Young Cemetery, Pikeville. Arrangements are under the direction of the Thacker Memorial Funeral Home of Pikeville. The guestbook may be signed at www.1namethacker.com. This is a paid obituary. Cassie Potter Odette Cassie Potter Odette, 36, of Richmond, Va., formerly of Pike County and Augusta, Ga., died Friday, July 28, 2017. She was born in Wise, Va., March 25, 1981, the daughter of Mary Fogarty Potter of Chesterfield, Va., and Arlie Potter Jr. of Dorton. Known for her curly red hair and big heart, Cassie brought smiles to many. She was passionate about many causes and worked for a variety of non-profit organizations. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Arlie and Iva Robbins Potter of Dorton and Carl and Gladys Turner Fogarty of Wise, Va. In addition to her parents, she is survived by three children, Joseph Drake Jennings, Daniel Zaden Odette and Lillian Marie Odette; two brothers, David Potter (Dena) of Chesterfield, Va., and Jarrod Potter of Mount Sterling; and a host of other dear family and friends. Funeral services were held Wednesday, Aug. 2, at the Polly & Craft Funeral Home Chapel. In honoring her wishes, a cremation service followed. Arrangements were under the direction of the Polly & Craft Funeral Home of Jenkins. This is a paid obituary. Nancy Sue Ratliff Nancy Sue Ratliff, 66, of Elkhorn City, died Saturday, July 29, 2017, at the University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington. A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4, at the Bailey Funeral Home Chapel. Arrangements are under the direction of Bailey Funeral Home, Inc. of Elkhorn City. The guestbook may be signed at www.baileyfuneralhomeinc.com. Caleb Skeens Caleb Skeens, 20, of Pikeville, died Monday, July 31, 2017, in Floyd County. He was born in Pikeville, Dec. 7, 1996, the son of Rebecca Bostic Scott of Rush and Stanley Skeens of Pikeville and the stepson of Linda Fay Thompson Skeens of Pikeville. He was a logger, a member of the Feds Creek Baptist Church and a member of the KY Master Logger. In addition to his parents and stepmother, he is survived by four sisters, Jessica Skeens Charles and Jessica Thompson, both of Pikeville, Natasha Skeens of Somerset and Denicka Skeens of Paintsville; three brothers, Jacob Skeens, Jeremiah Skeens and Jason Skeens, all of Pikeville; and a half-brother, Isaac Scott of Altoona, Penn. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 4, at the Bailey Funeral Home Chapel, with Steve Byers officiating. Burial will follow in the Peggy Miller Cemetery, Feds Creek. Visitation will be held all day Thursday, at the funeral home, with services at 7. Arrangements are under the direction of Bailey Funeral Home, Inc. of Elkhorn City. The guestbook may be signed at www.baileyfuneralhomeinc.com. Tad Watts Nyoka Tad Watts NyokaTad Watts, 61, of North Matewan, W.Va., died suddenly Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017, in the emergency room of the Williamson Memorial Hospital, Williamson, W.Va. Funeral services will be held at 12 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4, at the Faith Mission Church of McCarr, with Pastor Jimmy Fields officiating. Burial will follow in the Watts Family Cemetery, North Matewan, W.Va. Visitation will be held at the church, beginning at 11 a.m. and continuing until the time of services, on Friday. Arrangements are under the direction of Chambers Funeral Services, Inc. of Matewan. The guestbook may be signed at www.chambersfuneralservices.com.

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Robert "Bobby" Eugene Hiestand – LancasterOnline

Robert “Bobby” Eugene Hiestand, 51, of Philadelphia and formerly of Maytown, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, July 28th, 2017. He was the son of Robert E. and Barbara A. Seaman Hiestand of Maytown. Also surviving is his brother, Bill, married to Cindy Doughman Hiestand of Mount Joy, and his sister, Beth, married to Todd Smith of Willow Street. He is also survived by 4 nieces: Lori (Hiestand) Erickson married to James, Katie Hiestand, Tori Smith, and Ella Smith; 2 nephews: Michael Hiestand and Luke Smith; and a great-nephew, Nathanael Erickson, and a great-niece, Jayde Erickson. He was previously married to Dawn Cutillo of Ephrata, PA. Bobby was a 1984 graduate of Lancaster Christian School and later graduated from Messiah College. Bobby was a former stock broker and later involved in starting several magazines. He enjoyed writing, playing golf, water sports, and traveling. He also enjoyed spending time with family, friends, and his cats. Bobby was a special person who will lovingly be remembered for his generosity, free spirit, and sense of humor. Family and friends are invited for a time of visitation at the home of Robert and Barbara Hiestand, 117 South River Street, Maytown, PA, on Friday evening, August 4th, 2017, from 6-8 p.m. Interment will be private and held at the convenience of his family in Bossler’s Mennonite Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in memory of Bobby may be made to: Child Evangelism Fellowship of Lancaster, 5307 Main Street, East Petersburg, PA 17520, http://www.ceflancaster.org/donate, or to the Water Street Rescue Mission, 210 South Prince Street, Lancaster, PA 17603, https://wsm.org/make-an-impact/donate On-line condolences may be sent through www.sheetzfuneralhome.com Sheetz Funeral Home Mount Joy PA

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Linda Fuller – Watertown Public Opinion

VIENNA Linda Marie Fuller, age 67, of rural Vienna, died early morning Wednesday, July 26, 2017, at the hospital in Watertown with her husband and children at her side. Visitation will be held on Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Furness Funeral Home at Clark and will continue at the church at Watertown after 9 a.m. on Monday. Funeral services will be held on Monday at 10:30 a.m. in the Watertown Christian Church, 201 Golf Course Rd, Watertown, near Derby Downs. Following a dinner at the church, burial will take place in the South Elrod Cemetery, near Clark. The honorary casketbearers will be Trisha Rieffenberger, Mandy Maynard, Brittany van Zyl, and the Maynard cousins. The active casketbearers will be Jason, Josh, Brad, and Jory Maynard, Rob, Dusty, and David Fuller, and Scott Kahre. Music will be provided by pianists Nancy Maynard and Dorothy Fuller with special music by Steve and Kathryn Ferguson, Joel Maynard, and David Maynard. Linda was born June 22, 1950, in Watertown, the daughter of Wayne and Barbara Maynard of rural Clark. Linda attended high school in Henry and was active in cheerleading, singing in the choir, playing in the band, class plays, and spending time with her friends. After graduating from high school, Linda attended South Dakota State University in Brookings. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree upon graduation in 1972. On June 25 1972, Linda married the love of her life, Wayne Fuller at the Clark Methodist Church. They moved to their home and farm in rural Vienna, where she lived until her death. Linda began her career as a community health nurse for Deuel and Clark County and worked for two years. On May 5 1974, Linda gave birth to her son Justin and on August 5, 1976, Linda gave birth to her daughter Laura. In addition to raising her children, Linda was active in the South Lake Church of Christ and was part of The Cousins singing group. Her involvement in her churches and devotion to God was always present in how Linda lived. In 1983, Linda resumed her career in the medical industry where she held several positions over the next 18 years. She was the organizer and charter president of the South Dakota Hospital Quality Managers Association. After her medical career, Linda found passion in teaching and became a special needs educator working in the Clark and Watertown School systems. Upon retirement, Linda found joy in spending winters in Arizona, where she became close with many friends and neighbors and one of her biggest joys in life was spending time with her children and grandchildren. Lindas faith in the Lord was the central part of her life and never wavered. She was baptized into the Lord at a young age and her firm belief in God guided Linda throughout her entire life. Linda is survived by her husband Wayne of 45 years; son Justin (Wendy) Fuller of Randolph, Minn.; daughter Laura (Nathan), Corbin and Silas Foote of Nashville, Tenn.; Nathanael Thompson of Pierre; mother Barbara Maynard of Watertown; brother Mark (Arla) Maynard of Watertown; brother John (Connie) Maynard of rural Clark; and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncle and cousins. She is preceded in death by her father Wayne Maynard and infant brother Michael.

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Vols Fall Camp Notes and Observations: 7-29-17 – Rocky Top Insider

The Vols held their first practice of fall camp prior to the 2017 season on Saturday, July 29th. The team opened up with a long period of stretches, but then they broke into smaller groups and participated in positional drills for the rest of the afternoon. Here are our notes and observations from the first day of the Vols fall camp. Notes Observations The first day of fall camp didnt provide much in the way of true analysis, as players werent in pads and couldnt make too much contact. But John Kelly and Marquez Callaway in particular did stand out at their respective positions. Jack Jones had a solid couple reps in the offensive line drills, and he needs a strong fall in order to try and nab a starting spot along the Vols experienced offensive line. Tennessee young tight end group had a solid showing on the first day of fall camp. Ethan Wolf, of course, looked impressive hauling in some deeper passes during drills. But his brother, Eli, and freshman James Brown also looked good in limited time. Austin Pope made a few solid catches as well.

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Still not compensated, 3 years after a plane crash – The Sherbrooke Times

Archival Photos, Hubert J. Solomon The big brother of Magloire Somda, Winmalo, the joint of the latter, the Angelic Nantouowor Kpada, and their two children, Nathanael, 6, and Arielle, 3 years old, perished in a plane crash in Mali. Valerie Gonthier Friday, 28 July 2017 06:30 UPDATE Friday, 28 July 2017 06:30 Look at this article A man who has lost five members of his family in the plane crash of Air Algeria in 2014 is said to be exhausted by the legal battle he is waging for the past three years to recognize his loss and his pain and suffering. Life has always been enjoyable for our family Since were doing a number of things, trying to smile, but there was always something missing, says Magloire Somda, in tears. His brothers Wilfred and Winmalo, the joint of the latter, the Angelic Nantouowor Kpada, and their two children Nathanael and Arielle, who lived in Longueuil, perished three years ago almost to the day, while they were returning for the 50th wedding anniversary of the parents of the brothers Somda, Burkina Faso. Photo facebook Wilfried, the brother of Magloire and Winmalo, also died in the accident. Shortly after takeoff flight AH5017 on July 24, 2014, in Ouagadougou, the device crashed in northern Mali. Of the 116 people on board died, including 11 in Quebec. The investigation into the crash pointed to gaps in the training of pilots. The value of a life Like many other families of victims, Magloire Somda and his relatives have brought an action against Air Algeria. If others have since obtained a compensation or are in the process of obtaining, Mr Somda, for its part, declined the offer he has presented, considering it to be insufficient. When you talk to me about the value of my family, I have the impression that it is as if one spoke of the loss of luggage and no loss of lives , said the man who resides in Ontario. He regrets that he and his family were not entitled to a compensation as high as that of the bereaved who have lost a husband or a parent. All members of the same family have disappeared. As if their lives were not as important to their brothers and sisters and their descendants , laments he. The concept of family Me Grard Samet, who represents the families of victims in quebec in this drama, for its part, has recommended to accept the compensation offered, he considers high . You need to understand that the moral prejudice is weakly compensated in Canada. Which is much better compensated, it is the economic harm, explained the lawyer. According to the latter, youre faced with a debate on the concept of family , which is quite different in Burkina Faso than in Canada . Magloire Somda holds, despite everything, to fight until the end. He has created a page on the site sociofinancement in order to raise money for the help, including the legal fees and the costs of travel to and from the courts. The crash in brief Victims Cause of the accident Stall of the aircraft due to the non-activation of the system anti-icing of the engines by the pilots. The pilot had not flown for 8 months prior to this last volume

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MY VIEW: Historical Society summer barbecue draws crowd and more – OCRegister

An old-fashioned potluck and barbecue lured members of the Fountain Valley Historical Society to their annual Summer BarbecueSundayafternoon under the shady trees at Heritage Park. Aboutseven hours later, one of those shady trees lost a massive limb, which crashed down on two of the parks historic buildings, including the restored Talbert Real Estate Office, which is the first thing you see when you walk into the park. For the record, no one was injured and, in fact, no one was in the fenced and locked park when the tree branch gave way. By the next morning, the citys arborist had inspected the damage and work crews were clearing away the debris. But more about that later. Lets get back to the barbecue. Thanks to the barbecue crew City Councilman Steve Nagel and wife Nina and FV Community Foundation President Prem Balani and wife Linda for grilling the burgers and hot dogs. And a huge thanks to FV Historical Society Co-President Cheryl Brothers for doing things like making cole slaw, chili, pulled pork, a refreshing punch as well as for keeping the kitchen organized as dozens of salads, side dishes, deviled eggs, watermelon and more were delivered to feed the attendees. I cant name everyone I saw but Ill do my best: I spotted Larry and Sandra Crandall, Ron and Marilyn Walker, Bill and Kathleen Rockney, Ron and Donna Courreges, Tim Davis, Jay Adams, Sharon Cope, Mollie Guyot, Brad and Valorie Gaston, Bobbi Hoole, Dann Gibb, Larry and Michelle Judson, Barbara and Leslie Montz, Nick and Edythe Muse, Shayna Newman, Dorothy Gook, Sully and Harriett Sullivan, Hal Bates and City Councilman Michael Vo and his wife Catherine. Coastal Community Fellowship Pastor Kene Panas and wife Machele, Sarah Flores and Youth Pastor Nathanael Swodeck headed over to the picnic right after church. Historical Society Co-President Marilyn Bennett wasnt there but her famous baked beans were, much to the delight of those on hand. And just a note: Almost everyone who was there for a fun barbecue is also a hard-working volunteer as well, so when the event was over, it didnt take long to clean up the park and put everything back in order! One last note: Good luck to Nick Hoffman, a young homeless man who wandered into the park at the start of the event. He was invited to sit down and have a solid meal, for which he was extremely appreciative. And 50-50 drawing winner Tim Davis decided to donate his winnings to young Nick. Nick thanked us and then went back to a bench in front of the library where he was waiting for his brother to pick him up. As for the tree branch, a city work crew arrived early Monday morning to cut off more potentially dangerous branches, cut up what had fallen and clean up the mess. The real estate office and the bathhouse next to it suffered damage, but both can be repaired and will continue to tell part of the citys history.

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Lee Selby defends his IBF featherweight title after gruelling 12-round duel with Jonathon Barros – The Sun

LEE SELBY battled through blood, sweat and tears to retain his IBF featherweight world title just four days after his mum tragically died. The Welsh warrior somehow managed to not only step through the ropes and fight in her honour, but school a former WBA world champion in solid Jonathan Barros, with a heavily bleeding eye. Action Images Via Reuters Action Images Via Reuters Over a dozen rounds even with the gash from a clash of heads with heartbreak surely haunting the Barry man, Selby ran away with the fight 119-108 and 117-110 twice. Selby should have fought the Argentine veteran in January but he controversially failed pre-fight medicals, with blood tests allegedly showing up hepatitis A, in a cloudy incident. But the result here was crystal clear as Selby in front of ringside guest Carl Frampton who he hopes to fight next ran rings around the south American in a show of incredible grit. In the opening four rounds Selby boxing like a man that has blocked out every other thought imaginable to get this job done. Emotionless and dead-eyed in there as he evaded Barros and picked him off with venom. In the fifth the challenger clumsily lunged in and the 30-year-old manhandled him to the floor, using the Barros unfortunate momentum to sling him to the canvas in an act of dominance. Action Images Via Reuters Action Images Via Reuters A trickle of blood started above Selbys right eye toward the end of the fifth the result of a skull collision. But by the time the bell came it was a crimson stream tracing down his cheek and defining his jawline, in a worry for his corner. The veteran brawler marched forward in the desperate hunt for his second world title but the Argentine would have needed both of Gods hands as Selby danced around London. Barros was not bloody but his razor-sharp cheekbones carried deep marks, sure signs of relentless pounding from the arrow-like Selby jab that could put any hook or uppercut out of business. PA:Press Association News Group Newspapers Ltd The Champ demonstrated his comfort and skill with a southpaw switch in the eighth – if only to signal high and wide to the judges that he felt no pressure. And in the following round he was almost showboating with outrageous subtlety. Anyone thrilled by two men screaming b**** at each other in the exact same spot 24 hours earlier would have been bored to tears by the understated ring craft Selby produced in a masterclass. There was even time for a crunching left hook to send the visitor sprawling to the canvas, though he made the count and finished on his feet. Selbys arm was raised, his hardest fight was won. His mother would have been very proud. MARTIN J WARD defended his British super feather-weight title and grabbed the vacant commonwealth strap from Anthony Cacaces grasp in a beauty of a battle. The pair went toe-to-toe in a 12-round marathon of machismo, just seconds after watching fellow fighter Robbie Davies Jnr leave the arena on a hospital stretcher. News Group Newspapers Ltd The Brentwood man emerged victorious on a narrow unanimous decision, taking his tally to 18 wins, on the judges cards. There had been plenty of needle between the pair on social media in the build-up to the fight. So much in fact that fight fans were surprised their final weigh-in on Friday went off without any fireworks. The explosives were saved for the ring as the two men went to war; Ward grafting like a worker bee and Cacace looking for that one show-stopping punch. There were doubts over Cacaces commitment and stamina earlier in his career with his natural talent in no doubt but he proved he is taking the fight game seriously with this dogged performance. News Group Newspapers Ltd For 12 rounds there was almost nothing to divide the pair only what the judges deemed to be the better style. Going into the final three minutes the fight could have gone either way – with no one inside Wembley arena envying the judges who had to take away one mans unbeaten record. As the final bell rang both man cuddled and raised their arms aloft Ward was hoisted onto the shoulders of his cornerman in one final effort to sway the judges. All three handed it to the 25-year-old with 115-114, 116-114, 116-113 scores. CHRIS EUBANKS other son Nathanael Wilson got the family reunion off to a perfect start with a second-round win on his half-brothers undercard on Saturday night. Wilson is Eubank Snrs son from an early relationship that went unmentioned for 27 years, until a recent reconciliation. The two Chris Eubanks and Wilson all met up on Wednesday for their first ever face-to-face meet and the family affair got off ideally on Saturday night. Wilson, a Croydon fighter coming into the game late in life, had it all his own way with heavy right hands and left hooks causing his opponent Yaddollah Ghasemi problems. The super-lightweight star looked like a chip off the old bloke and even sounded like his dad when he unloaded heavy shots. And after just 1.48min of the second round the referee stepped in and stopped the one-sided onslaught. Eubank Snr was ringside to watch his offspring nicknamed Bank Notes take his growing record to 4-0-1. Wilson who took his mothers maiden name growing up in south London where his family connections made him a target for trouble – got his man out with minimal fuss. And he can no look forward to more fights under his fathers guidance to keep the family business thriving. KID GALAHAD made a serious point in his effort to land a world title shot, after losing one for a hat-trick of low-blows. The Sheffield star went to 23-0 with a 10th round stoppage of rock-solid Jose Cayetano to claim the vacant IBF intercontinental featherweight title. The British star left if late and might have been nervous going to the judges having had a point chalked off for hitting below the belt three times. PA:Press Association With Kell Brook in the arena to offer his pal support, Galahad did not disappoint as he dominated the fight from start to finish. Galahads jab dictated the fight in the opening rounds as the Mexican was marched around all four corners of the ring but lashed out as best he could on the back foot. After an early warning to shots to Cayetanos knackers, Galahad targeted the body and wore his man down as they approached six minutes. In the third Cayetano tried going southpaw but failed to fool Galahad whose biggest mistake was a second low blow. Getty Images And by round five he was finally punished with a point off his tally as the brave Cayetano battled on with bruised plums. Finally, in the tenth round, the referee jumped in to stop the beat-down and hand Galahad another win.

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Tim Reusch – Chronicle Times

Tim Reusch, age 58 of Meriden, Iowa, passed away Thursday, July 13, 2017, at the St. Marys Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota. Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 20, 2017, at the Greenwood-Schubert Funeral Home in Cherokee. Jason Bollinger will officiate. Burial will be held at a later date. Visitation will begin one hour prior to the service on Thursday, at the funeral home. The Greenwood-Schubert Funeral Home in Cherokee is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.greenwoodfuneral.com. Timothy Albert Reusch, 58, passed away, surrounded by loved ones, on Thursday, July 13,2017 at Saint Mary’s Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota from a rare lung rejection. Tim leaves his wife of 40 years, Lori (Gross) Reusch; his mother, Margaret (Boch) Reusch; his son, Nathan Reusch and his companion, Kim Grzeslo and her children, Cameron Schueder, Bryce Grzeslo, and Michael Grzeslo; his daughter, April (Reusch) Lillefloren and her husband; Casey Lillefloren; his son, David Reusch; the one accepted as a son, James Cox; grandchildren, Nathanael Reusch, Carson Reusch, Alexzander Lillefloren, Jonathan Reusch; his siblings; and many more family members and close friends. Born in LeMars, the son of Albert and Margaret (Boch) Reusch, he was a lifelong resident of Meriden. Between 1996 and 1997 Tim worked around the clock building the families new home while continuing his lifelong occupation of driving truck. He drove for Hy-vee 28years, almost reaching 2 million miles when he was diagnosed with Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency and retired shortly after being diagnosed. One of Tim’s passions was having family time and sharing what he loved with all around him. In 1989 his family became members of Hart Ranch in Rapid City, SD. He said he wanted this to be a place to call home away from home and to share with his kids who could then share the experience with their families. It has become an annual ritual for the whole family to enjoy time there together, sometimes including friends in the trips. Tim was a lifelong fisherman with endless fishing trips with friends and family. Younger years he kept a fishing pole in his trunk for those “just in case I drive past some water on the way” moments. He said fishing allowed him to let go of everything around him and be at peace. In the latter year he was able to go out quite frequently with this sister Peggy Jackson and grinned from ear to ear with excitement. Another passion of Tim’s was tinkering and fixing everything he could get his hands on. Between 1999-2000 he wanted to recreate his suburban into a dually suburban. This was accomplished with his brother Randy Reusch, sons, and his nephews. Tim was meticulous with anything he put his mind to and worked hard to accomplish everything he dreamed of in life. If he were here right now he would tell you to live each day as if it were your last. Tell those around you that you love them and embrace the moments with them.

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