37-year-old John Judy: The traffic stop took place at 8 Hawley St. in Binghamton. Criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 3rd degree (sub 7), a class B felonyCriminal possession of a controlled substance in the 5th degree (sub 1), a class D felonyCriminal possession of a weapon in the 2nd degree, a class C felonyCriminal possession of stolen property in the 4th degree (stolen firearm), a class E felonyCriminally using drug paraphernalia in the 2nd degree, a class A misdemeanor 24-year-old Hannah Werner: Officers were assisted by the Southern Tier Crime Analysis Center. Criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 5th degree (sub 1), a class D felony Criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 5th degree (sub 1), a class D felony 51-year-old Stacy Evans: The following is the list of arrestees and their charges: 37-year-old Carrie Lowe: Criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 5th degree (sub 1), a class D felonyCriminal possession of a controlled substance in the 7th degree, a class A misdemeanor BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force says a traffic stop led to the arrest of five people on Monday. 20-year-old Sabbath Evans: The task force says officers recovered a loaded handgun, methamphetamine, prescription medication, marijuana, drug packaging materials and $2,100 in suspected drug sale proceeds at the traffic stop. Criminal possession of a controlled substance 5th degree (sub 1), a class D felonyCriminal possession of a controlled substance 7th degree, a class A misdemeanor
BLUE HILL — The Ellsworth High School girls’ basketball team snapped a two-game slump by defeating George Stevens Academy 41-37 on Tuesday.Hannah Sargent scored 11 of her 14 second-half points in the third quarter as Ellsworth came from behind for the win.Madison Card added 11 points for Ellsworth (10-5).Morgan Dauk and Hanna Gutow led GSA (11-4) with 21 and 11 points.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textMDI 50, Hermon 33Mount Desert Island (15-1) beat Hermon (9-7) on Tuesday.Calais 60, Sumner 31Taylor Merchant and Kala Young each tallied six points for Sumner (5-12) in the team’s loss to Calais (10-5) on Monday.Presque Isle 50, Ellsworth 46Samantha Mason led Ellsworth with a game-high 19 points en route to the team’s loss to Presque Isle (12-2) in double overtime on Saturday.MDI 66, Caribou 26Kelsey Shaw poured in 25 points to lead MDI past Caribou (3-12) on Saturday.Bucksport 59, Lee 18Bucksport (4-11) scored 24 unanswered points en route to Saturday’s win over Lee (0-15).GSA 54, Bucksport 47Mazie Smallidge and Morgan Dauk led GSA with 15 points apiece in Friday’s win over Bucksport.Smallidge also had 10 rebounds and Dauk grabbed eight. Guard Hanna Gutow chipped in with seven rebounds and nine points for GSA.For Bucksport, Cassie Coombs scored 23 points, and Breanna Coombs added 12.Caribou 46, Ellsworth 45Gabrielle Marquis hit a free throw with two seconds remaining to lift Caribou to victory over Ellsworth on Friday.Katelynn Bagley paced Ellsworth with 13 points, and Kate Whitney added nine.MDI 47, Presque Isle 41Keely McConomy recorded 16 points to lead MDI past Presque Isle on Friday.Searsport 51, Sumner 34Searsport (10-6) beat Sumner on Friday.Ellsworth 53, WA 29Sammy Mason’s game-high 14 points led Ellsworth past Washington Academy (6-9) on Wednesday.Searsport 54, DI-S 43Searsport beat Deer Isle-Stonington (7-9) on Wednesday.
On a cold October evening in front of an announced crowd of just 210, the University of Wisconsin men’s soccer team proved to be too much to handle for the Leathernecks of Western Illinois as the Badgers pulled out a 1-0 victory on Tuesday night at the McClimon Complex. The win extended the Badgers’ home-unbeaten streak to 10 games, the longest such streak in the Big Ten.It felt more like two separate games than halves as the Badgers (9-2-1, 1-1-0 Big Ten) rebounded from taking just seven shots in the first half to put 20 shots up in the final 45 minutes.“I think the guys smelled that we could get after them in the second half,” head coach John Trask said after the game. “[Western Illinois head coach] Dr. Johnson and his players fought hard and denied us opportunity after opportunity, sliding in front of their goal, blocking shots and good goalkeeping. Compliments to our guys in finding one.”The difference proved to be none other than senior Tomislav Zadro who scored his third goal of the season, and ninth of his Badger career, off a rebound on his own penalty kick in the 80th minute.“It was a bad penalty kick,” Zadro admitted after the game. “I was lucky it bounced back and I had the presence of mind to follow it up.”Zadro’s aggressive play all night, after starting the game on the bench, allowed for the Badgers to keep the ball in the Leathernecks’ end of the field for the majority of the second half. In the 80th minute he was taken down inside the box, away from the ball, to set up the penalty shot.Trask credited the penalty to all of the hard work his team, and especially his defense, exerted through the first 79 minutes of the match.“As the game went on, none of their counters amounted to anything,” Trask said. “We snuffed those out quickly and I think that helped us psychologically continue to wear on them. Eventually I think the kid just grabbed [Zadro] because the level of frustration was building with their guys and they began to wonder how long they could hold out before the ball crossed that line.”Zadro’s aggressiveness was exemplified perfectly on a second-half corner kick where he thought he would catch Western Illinois’ goalie, Yves Dietrich, off-guard and tried to bend the ball directly into the far corner of the net. Dietrich made the save, but many of the fans and even some of the players on the field believed the ball crossed the line before the goalie was able to get his hands on it. When asked about the play after the game, Trask said, “We always argue for those but that would have been really tough on Western Illinois to say that that ball was definitely all the way over the line.”This was just the third shutout of the season for the Badgers, and as they head back into Big Ten play with a matchup in Ann Arbor, Mich., against the Wolverines on Sunday the team feels confident that they will be heading east after their strongest defensive showing thus far.“It was kind of a simple game plan,” Cochran said, “but it was just one of those games where we needed to get a goal and we couldn’t give up a goal. If we gave up a goal then anything could have happened.”All of the Western Illinois (3-10-0, 1-2-0 Summit League) counterattacks were met by a brick wall comprised of David Caban, AJ Cochran, Carl Schneider and Paul Yonga. Coach Trask pointed to the team’s ability to keep its shape and make the plays that they needed to as reasons for shutting down the Leathernecks’ counterattacks. It’s something that the Badgers have not always been good at.“It’s tough for players this age to have the ball all the time and not have to worry about defense,” Trask said. “It’s just like how when a goalkeeper doesn’t have to do anything for 85 minutes and then makes one big save, you know you’ve got an exceptional goalie. It’s easy to be a goalie when the ball is flying at your net every two minutes because the guy gets in the zone. It’s about being able to stay in-tuned with those little minutes and I thought we did a very good job of that tonight.”The 1-0 victory marked the fourth time in the past five meetings between these two teams in which that was the final result. The one time the score did not end up as a 1-0 Badger victory was last season when the two teams tied 0-0. Needless to say, the Badgers knew they were in store for a tough match.“Every time we play them it’s a 1-0 game,” Cochran said. “Regardless of what style they’re playing it is just a grind, a battle. They’ve got a good team and we were fortunate to come out of here 1-0.”
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The Wellington Heat baseball team closed out its opening non-conference five-game home series with an 11-2 victory over the Denver Cougars.The 5-0 Heat will host the El Dorado Broncos on Thursday for the Jayhawk League opener. Free tickets from the Reedy Ford table will be at the entrance of the stadium.This marked the third straight victory over the Cougars. In the season opener, Wellington won the first game with a 16-0 thumping on Friday. Saturday, the Heat would beat the Cougars 11-2 – a score that would be replicated two games later.Wellington then beat Valley Center 7-6 Monday evening.The updated schedule is as follows:Â Wellington 16 Cougars 0Wellington 11 Cougars 2Wellington 9 Kansas Cannons 7Wellington 11 Cougars 2El Dorado at Wellington, Thursday, 7:05 p.m.Wellington at Dodge City Aâ€™s, Friday-Sunday, 7:05 p.m.Tulsa Braves at Wellington, Monday, 7:05 p.m.Wellington at Derby Twins, Tuesday, 7:05 p.m.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 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 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. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! 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. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply 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. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments