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first_imgIMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods and Mach-1 Sport Compacts run at Denison on May 15, chasing IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, regional, state and track points.  Social distancing will be followed and it’s recommended that participants wear masks or other appropriate facial covering. No grandstand seating will be sold.  Drivers in all divisions are asked to register ahead of time through the link on the track Facebook page. A maximum of 10 people can accompany each race car and pit passes will be purchased at the pit gate; driver sign-in will be completed at the score tower. DENISON, Iowa – Five IMCA divisions see action under the Friday night lights when Crawford County Speedway hosts its opening night event of 2020.  Pit gates open at 5 p.m. Hot laps are at 7:30 p.m. with racing to follow.last_img read more

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 23, 2016 at 4:58 pm Contact Matt: mjfel100@syr.edu Syracuse (25-20, 8-10 Atlantic Coast) dropped the first game of its doubleheader against Louisville (31-10, 12-4), 4-0, before winning the second game of the day, 4-0, over the Cardinals on the road.Jocelyn Cater got the start for the Orange in the first game, lasting five innings and giving up three runs on five hits and one strikeout. She was relieved by Sydney O’Hara, who went one inning in the circle, surrendering three hits, three walks and one runs.Offensively, the Orange was led by leadoff hitter Sammy Fernandez, who batted 2-for-4 with a double. Alicia Hansen, Danielle Chitkowski and Kelsey Johnson also added hits for SU.Louisville posted eight hits in the 4-0 victory over the Orange.In the second game of the day, AnnaMarie Gatti threw a complete game shutout in the circle, striking out two and surrendering just two hits in seven innings in a 4-0 win over the Cardinals.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNicole Pufahl was the only Cardinals player to post a hit in the second game, notching two singles in the Louisville loss.Sammy Fernandez had yet another stellar performance at the plate for the Orange, going 2-for-4 with two singles. Five other Orange hitters tallied hits in the four-run victory.Saturday’s games mark the fifth time the Orange has split an ACC doubleheader this season. It also split its doubleheader last Wednesday against Colgate.With just two and a half weeks left in the regular season, the Orange is back in action again on Sunday for the rubber match of the weekend series. First pitch is set for noon. Commentslast_img read more

first_imgTT Court permits CAL employees to join unionThe Industrial Court on Wednesday issued a ruling enabling employees of Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL), to join the Contractors and General Workers (CGWU).The ruling, handed down by Industrial Court president Deborah Thomas-Felix, means that CGWU will be recognized by CAL as a majority union –   as the union has received the recognition of the court.Previously represented BWIA workersThe union previously represented workers of the now defunct British West Indian Airways (BWIA) which was shut down and replaced by CAL in December 2006. The union will now be able to accept new members from CAL as well as former BWIA employees who claim outstanding benefits.The union filed the action in the Industrial Court to recoup employment benefits former BWIA workers lost when the airline was restructured.Some of them were rehired by CAL but have since retired.In her ruling, Thomas-Felix rejected CAL’s evidence that CGWU could not be recognized as there was no collective agreement in place when the company was shut down.CAL is BWIA’s legal successorThomas-Felix said according to industrial relations legislation, CAL was BWIA’s legal successor.She also said some elements of the previous collective bargaining agreement with BWIA would carry on to CAL as both companies were essentially the same.“Despite insubstantial changes such as uniforms and paint on the aircraft, they are the same business. CAL has retained several unique features of BWIA including it flight codes and its Caribbean Beat in-flight magazine,” Thomas-Felix said.However, CAL intends to appeal the court’s ruling and an application for a stay of the decision will be held on Monday.More on Caribbean Airlines: Caribbean Airlines is Hero CPL official carrierlast_img read more

first_img“I think everybody was excited. If you can play your way into the playoffs, we positioned ourselves that we controlled our own fate,” Holland said. “We believed that we were going to play our way into the players and then when you get into the playoffs, you never know.”In a conference call with reporters on Tuesday, Holland was also asked about the Milan Lucic-James Neal trade. Edmonton would send its 2020 third-round pick to Calgary if Neal scores 21 goals this season. At the pause, Neal stood at 19 goals. If the season doesn’t resume, Holland believes Edmonton would get its pick back as the trade provisions didn’t include prorated numbers.MORE: Darnell Nurse: ‘It’s hard for the NBA to shut down and for us to justify being out there’Holland is optimistic that the season can be resumed and finished, but there’s still a level of uncertainty.”We’re in a place that I don’t think anybody knows, but certainly there’s people all around the world trying to figure out ways to get the pandemic under control,” Holland said. “We’re all in this together. The whole world’s in this together. We’re going to win the battle. It’s just a matter of how soon and when.”The first-year Oilers general manager was asked about the possibility of playing neutral site games as North Dakota gets floated as a possible location to host games.”I think all the players would love the opportunity to finish the season, and it’s not perfect,” he said. “Obviously, everyone’s going to do the best they can do, so if we’ve got to play hockey in July and August, we’ll play hockey in July and August.”Once we get up and running, everybody will be excited about the opportunity to try to make some noise in the playoffs and go on a playoff run. The hope is that we’re going to find a way to finish the season.”MORE: Ranking top prospects on Canadian NHL teamsHolland isn’t concerned about players having trouble getting back to Edmonton if the season resumes, despite some players choosing to return to their native countries. Edmonton Oilers general manager Ken Holland was proud of the way his team was playing before the NHL season was paused on March 12 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.Holland thought the Oilers played at a higher level in 2020 and they met his goal of being in playoff contention with the calendar turned to March. Edmonton entered the pause in second place in the Pacific Division. “I’ve got to think that if we’re getting to the point of talking about playing games that there are more flights and you’re going to be able to start to move around the country,” he said. Despite the current unknown regarding the coronavirus pandemic, Holland is hopeful hockey can return.”I’m optimistic that there’s enough time out there that we’re going to find a solution to get sports back and businesses back as we slowly start to get our world back,” Holland said. “I think that what everybody’s hoping for and certainly that’s what I’m hoping for.”last_img read more