YORK, Pa. – For a third consecutive season, Winters Performance Products gives awards to top drivers in the IMCA Modified division.The national rookie of the year receives a complete quick change rear end from the York, Pa., manufacturer while top five drivers in point standings for each of the five regions get $100 product certificates.“We are pleased to be involved with such a professional and well run organization,” said Vaughn Winter Jr. “Thank you to the drivers, car owners, chassis builders and crews for your involvement and support.”All awards will be presented during the national banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office.Tyler Frye earned national rookie of the year honors in 2016 and nearly 50 drivers are already in the running for this year’s title.More information about the complete Winters product line is available by calling 717 764-9844.“We have a talented crop of rookie drivers each and every year in the IMCA Modified division and 2017 is no different,” commented Kevin Yoder, director of marketing for IMCA. “Having a prize like a Winters quick change rear end waiting at the end of a competitive season is a great reward for a first-year driver.”
Published on April 6, 2012 at 12:00 pm Zach Tomaselli is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday to a state prison for sexually abusing a 13-year-old boy in 2009.Tomaselli, 23, of Lewiston, Maine, accused Bernie Fine, former Syracuse University associate men’s basketball coach, of molesting him in a Pittsburgh hotel room in 2002 during an away game. He is scheduled to be sentenced at 8:30 a.m. in Superior Court in Auburn, Maine, according to an April 6 article in The Post-Standard.Justin Leary, Tomaselli’s attorney, said Maine Supreme Court Justice Robert Clifford is expected to sentence Tomaselli to three years and three months in state prison, according to the article. Tomaselli will begin serving his sentence April 18.Lewiston police arrested Tomaselli on April 13, 2011, on charges of having sexual contact with a boy who attended a camp where Tomaselli was a counselor.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHowever, much of Tomaselli’s sentence was suspended after he pleaded guilty to gross sexual assault, unlawful sexual contact and two other sex-related counts on Dec. 20, according to the article. His plea was part of an agreement that allowed seven other counts to be dropped as well.Leary said it is hoped Tomaselli will be able to participate in a sex offender counseling program while he is in prison, according to the article. The sentence includes further counseling and six years of probation after prison. If Tomaselli violates the probation, he risks returning to prison for an additional eight years and nine months.On Friday, Tomaselli said he is ready to begin serving his sentence and hopes counseling will help him, according to the article. Fine has not been charged and denies all firstname.lastname@example.org Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Published on September 11, 2015 at 6:06 pm Contact Jon: email@example.com | @jmettus Key playersJohn Wolford became the first true freshman to start all 12 games in a season for Wake Forest in 2014 and set school records for most attempts, completions, yards, touchdown passes and completion percentage by a true freshman quarterback. In Wake Forest’s first game of the season, he accounted for 386 of the team’s 591 yards, including a 70-yard run.Brandon Chubb is Wake Forest’s active career leader in tackles and was second on the team with 109 tackles in 2014. Chubb was on the Rotary Lombardi Award preseason watch list for the nation’s best lineman or linebacker.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBig numbersThe Demon Deacons lost all six of their road games in 2014, including a 43-3 beating at Florida State. The closest they came to a win was a season-opening 17-10 loss at the University of Louisiana at Monroe.Wake Forest allowed just 151 yards — 100 yards passing and 51 yards rushing — in a 41-3 win over Elon last week.Statistical ComparisonHere’s a comparison of Syracuse and Wake Forest’s numbers this year.Syracuse-Wake Forest | Create infographics Comments Overview Facebook Twitter Google+
Share GVC hires ‘comms pro’ Tessa Curtis to re-energise media profile August 25, 2020 Share Related Articles Submit GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 ‘Deal maker’ Rafi Ashkenazi ends Flutter tenure August 27, 2020 StumbleUpon Zeno OsskoToronto TSX listed, The Stars Group has confirmed that it has launched its new Czech Republic betting property BetStars.cz.Last November, Czech news sources reported that the national regulator had approved Stars Group to extend its online gambling services, allowing the operator to add sports betting provisions to its existing casino and poker services.At the time, Stars Group management chose not to confirm whether it would launch a BetStars property for the Czech market, stating that it was reviewing its options.Last week, BetStars Managing Director Zeno Ossko presented the launch of BetStars.cz, becoming the first international sports betting operator to launch in the Czech Republic.“It is a great honour to be the first international sports betting operator to launch in the Czech Republic,” stated Zeno Ossko.“The BetStars team have worked very hard to make this a successful launch, and we hope customers in the Czech Republic will enjoy the range of betting options available.”In 2017, Czech operators have had to adjust to higher taxes and new regulations imposed on gambling services. At present, the Czech government has added a burdensome tax charge on online gambling, which includes a 23% tax charge on sports betting revenues combined with a 35% tax on casino slots play.Last May, FTSE bookmaker GVC Holdings stated that it would not pursue licensing for the Czech market, stating that the government had made its online gambling framework ‘incompatible with the business principles of the European Union’.It now remains to be seen whether BetStars can prove the Czech doubters wrong?