Lonnie “Lonnie Mack” McIntosh, 74, of Smithville, TN, formerly of DearbornCounty, Indiana, passed away Thursday, April 21, 2016 in Nashville, TN.He was born Friday, July 18, 1941 in Dearborn County, Indiana, son of the late Robert McIntosh and the late Sarah Sizemore McIntosh.Lonnie was a well known music legend and pioneer. His guitar recordings were a significant influence on many prominent rock guitarists, including, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Paige, Keith Richards, Jeff Beck, Duane Allman, Dickie Betts, Ted Nugent and especially Stevie Ray Vaughan. He was considered one of the finer “blue-eyed soul” singers of his era. His famous 1958 Flying V guitar judged among the world’s 150 “most elite guitars” and in 1993 the Gibson Guitar Corporation issued a limited-run “Lonnie Mack Signature Edition” of the iconic guitar. Lonnie played sessions for record labels with Fraternity Records, Electra Records and Alligator Records. He played blues and R&B with artists such as James Brown, Hank Ballard and Freddie King. He also produced and played bass with The Doors on their Road House Blues album. He played at Carnegie Hall with Roy Buchanan and Albert Collins. His last professional show was in Cleveland Ohio for Les Paul’s 92nd birthday party, which was sponsored by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with several of the world greatest guitarists. Family along with music was very important to Lonnie. His life left a lasting legacy on both.Surviving are children, Lonita Coldwell, Eric Wilson, Holly McIntosh Featherman, Harry McIntosh (who is following in his father’s footsteps as a great musician.) siblings, Billy McIntosh of Austin, TX, Audrey Pratt of Aurora, IN, Berlis Brittain of Aurora, IN; numerous grandchildren.He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Alvin McIntosh.Friends will be received Wednesday, April 27, 2016 from 4:00-8:00 pm at theAurora First Baptist Church 6060 Blair Road, Aurora, Indiana 47001.Services will be held at 11:00 am on Thursday at the church.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, IN.Contributions may be made to The James Burton Foundation (Scholarships and guitars given to young musicians to get their start). If unable to attend, please call the office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.
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Valencia won a back-post header to send Stewart Downing’s cross back across goal and a bundled finish off Sakho’s chest was goalbound until McGregor thrust a glove to his left to make a superb reaction save. Just four minutes later the hosts were ahead. Livermore and Ahmed Elmohamady outmanned Aaron Cresswell on the right wing before the Egyptian swung in a cross. Hernandez was the target and he brushed off the attention of James Tomkins to pick out the bottom corner with a wonderful header. It was a ruthless finish from the 24-year-old, who nearly went one better just before the break. Having been fed by Andy Robertson, he took a single touch on the edge of the box before thudding the crossbar with a piledriver. Jelavic headed home the rebound but came from an offside position. If the Hammers were glad to hear the half-time whistle it barely showed after the restart. They were on the front foot immediately and levelled in the 50th minute courtesy of Valencia’s stunner. He picked the ball up in relatively safe territory, but Dawson’s refusal to close him down allowed the striker to shuffle into range, before crashing home an unstoppable effort. For all the brilliance of the first two goals, the next two were down in large part to defensive error. With 64 minutes gone Cresswell’s loose throw-in was stolen by Diame, who picked Cheikou Kouyate’s pocket, bore down on goal and finished nonchalantly off the inside of the post. This time Hull’s lead lasted less than three minutes and was surrendered in the tamest of fashions. Sakho did well to find space in behind the defence but, having collected Downing’s pass, his low shot was a tame affair. But McGregor failed completely to get a hand on it and the last line of defence, Davies, only succeeded in finishing’s Sakho’s job for him. McGregor was partially redeemed when he pawed Sakho’s header out from under the crossbar, but Hull’s attempts to push for the win – in the shape of two more debutants, Gaston Ramirez and Hatem Ben Arfa – came to nothing. Instead the Hammers almost stole it, Valencia’s header coming off Dawson and hitting the bar. Press Association The home side lost the lead twice, club record signing Hernandez getting the ball rolling with an impeccable first-half header and Diame restoring the advantage against the side he left on transfer deadline day. In between Enner Valencia had marked his first league start with a blockbuster strike from 25 yards and the 2-2 draw was settled when Diafra Sakho’s modest shot evaded Allan McGregor, only for Davies to bundle over his own line. Debut goals from Hull pair Abel Hernandez and Mohamed Diame were only good enough for a draw against West Ham as a Curtis Davies own-goal ensured the spoils were shared in a breathless encounter at the KC Stadium. Valencia almost won it in added time when his header rebounded off Dawson’s shoulder and rattled the crossbar, but that might have been harsh on the home side. Hull can be particularly pleased with the contribution of Hernandez, who also clattered the woodwork in a display that looked a good down payment on the £9.5million sent Palermo’s way, while Diame was desperate to impress against his former employers. West Ham, meanwhile, can rightly be enthused by the forward pairing of Diafra and Valencia, who showed real understanding on their first outing together. It was, in many ways, a shame for the match to be settled by the messiest goal in four, and McGregor in particular will be aggrieved having made two fine saves in the match. The game got off to a lively start, both sides tearing around without taking a breath in the opening minutes. There was more energy than genuine craft in those early exchanges but Diame enjoyed a satisfying moment, taking the ball round his former captain Mark Noble with a deft touch and winning a first ovation from his new fans. Hull came close to making significant breakaways on a couple of occasions, notably when Hernandez’s clever back-heel for Nikica Jelavic almost saw the Croatian in behind the away defence, while Jake Livermore wasted a fine chance to counter with a mis-hit pass. Sakho and Valencia were showing signs of life at the other end of the pitch and the the former must have thought he had opened the scoring in the 35th minute.
BAR HARBOR — The Mount Desert Island boys’ soccer team beat Ellsworth for the first time in over a decade Friday by beating the 2-1 over the Eagles in their final home game of the season.The 80 minutes of play were fast, physical tense. With tensions running high, numerous fouls were called on both teams throughout the game.Despite the pace, though, both teams played well enough defensively to keep each other at bay in the first half. The game was scoreless at halftime.MDI put up the first goal of the game just three minutes into the second half when freshman Jose Chumbe scrambled past several Ellsworth defenders to knock in the ball with 36 minutes, 59 seconds left. The Eagles answered at 30:04 with a goal by Jack McKechnie.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textFans of both teams remained equally vocal throughout the second half, and the teams remained tied for most of it. The players pushed harder and harder as the game went on, with MDI wanting its first win over Ellsworth in over a decade and the Eagles wanting to maintain their long winning streak.Finally, with 2:45 left in the game, MDI senior Adam Bygdeson scored the winner. The Trojans couldn’t contain their excitement as they embraced. As time expired, MDI fans erupted in celebration as the rest of the team rushed the field.Ellsworth (8-5-1) also lost 2-0 to the John Bapst Crusaders on Monday, and MDI (6-6-2) beat the Hermon Hawks 6-1 that same day. The regular season is now complete for both teams. Both are set to participate in the Class B playoffs this Friday, Oct. 21. Town Hill Takeout serves up inventive tacos – August 18, 2017 Sea urchin subject of aging research – July 30, 2017 Bio Taylor Bigler MaceReporter at Mount Desert IslanderTaylor covers sports and maritimes for the Islander. As a native of Texas, she is an unapologetic Dallas Cowboys fan. email@example.com MDI man reaches 41 straight years of daily runs – July 31, 2017 Latest Posts Latest posts by Taylor Bigler Mace (see all)
GREGORY DIXON/Herald photoTechnically the playoffs started last weekend, but it will be this weekend’s games that truly test the No. 1 University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team and offer it a chance to claim the WCHA championship for the second consecutive season.After easily defeating North Dakota in the WCHA tournament’s opening series, Wisconsin will face Ohio State Saturday with the winner going on to play in the tournament final against the winner of the intrastate battle between Minnesota and Minnesota-Duluth.Ohio State will present a formidable offensive challenge to Wisconsin’s red-hot defense. Leading charge for the Buckeyes will be forward Erin Keys, who is second in the conference in points with 48.Keys will face a Badger defense that hasn’t allowed a goal in four games, spanning over 247 minutes. In fact, the last team to score against Wisconsin’s stingy defense was Ohio State.Unlike UW’s last two opponents, however, OSU has a potent offense, averaging 3.11 goals per game. A strong opposition on offense bodes well for Badger netminder Jessie Vetter.”It’s a lot easier to see more shots,” Vetter said of the transition between playing a weak offensive team and a strong one. “You’re just in the game throughout, and you don’t have to worry about keeping yourself warm.”Badgers head coach Mark Johnson has not yet announced who will start in goal Saturday and is not expected to do so until Friday night. The battle is between sophomore Jessie Vetter and senior Christine Dufour. Neither Vetter nor Dufour have seen too many shots this season, largely due to the play of the defense — a Badger strength all season long that will be integral in this weekend’s matchup.”It’s important as always,” junior defender Emily Morris said of the team’s defense. “We have a really strong defense and it will be key to our success as it’s been all year and as it will be hopefully in the future.”Ohio State is also strong defensively and is led by three all-conference performers — Lisa Bowman, Amber Chesson and Tessa Bonhomme. While the Buckeyes allow 2.31 goals per game, they have had trouble stopping the Badgers’ offense all season.Even though the Badgers have won all four meetings with the Buckeyes this season, three of them have come in hotly contested 3-2 games. This time should be no different, as Ohio State’s season will be on the line Saturday.While UW is a virtual lock to make the NCAA tournament regardless of this weekend, OSU, currently ranked 10th in the country, will need at least one win, probably two, if it wants to be one of the NCAA tournament’s eight teams.Playing against a team that is desperate for a win is never an easy feat, but the Badgers, as always, will be ready for the challenge.”We have to take it one game at a time,” junior Jinelle Zaugg said. “Ohio State is always a good match; they’ve always been a team that battles us. Coach always says the hardest team to play is a team you’re trying to eliminate. If we win, we end their season, and that’s never an easy thing to do. They’re going to want to win badly.”Wisconsin’s semifinal game will be the first played Saturday, meaning the Badgers will have the opportunity to scout the second game should they advance. Seventh-ranked Minnesota-Duluth is the only team to have beaten Wisconsin this season and No. 9 Minnesota is the host team, so both squads present their own challenges. The Badgers, however, say they have no preference about who they meet in the tournament finals.”I think either way they’re very good teams,” Vetter said. “We’ll have to compete and perform and hopefully we can make it to the [championship game.]”
Published on January 22, 2016 at 3:22 pm Contact Paul: firstname.lastname@example.org | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+ Four Syracuse players, Dylan Donahue, Brandon Mullins, Warren Hill and Tim Barber were selected in the Major League Lacrosse Draft on Friday afternoon. Donahue and Mullins were both picked in the top 10 picks.Donahue, an attack, was taken with the second overall pick in the first round by the Charlotte Hounds. Mullins, a defender, was taken later in the first round by the Boston Cannons with the ninth overall pick. Hill, a senior goalie, was selected in the fifth round by the Atlanta Blaze with the 36th pick. Barber was taken with the 48th pick by the Denver Outlaws in the sixth round.After Duke midfielder Myles Jones was selected first overall, Donahue was next off the board. He was named a United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association first-team preseason All-American in December after a junior season in which he was named to the third team. Donahue led Syracuse with 50 goals last season and ranked second on the team with 71 points. He enters 2016 with the second-longest active goal-scoring streak in the nation.Mullins was also named a USILA first-team preseason All-American last month. He led Syracuse with 14 caused turnovers last year, earning him first-team All-American and All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors. The senior ranks fifth in program history with 45 career caused turnovers.Hill transferred from Onondaga Community College after his sophomore season. As a junior, he backed up Bobby Wardwell and played in just six games last season. In just over 86 minutes played, Hill recorded 20 saves and allowed 19 goals.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBarber, like Hill, spent two seasons at Onondaga Community College before transferring to SU before his junior season. He played in 15 games last season, 12 with the second-line midfield and three starts on attack. Barber scored in 10 of his final 12 games in 2015 while totaling 11 goals and six assists on the year. The West Genesee (New York) High School graduate was a two-time junior college All-American and helped the Lazers to two national titles and a 35-0 record in his time at OCC. Comments
Two time all Ireland winner Declan Carr expects the Cats to go for the jugular from the start on Saturday and establish an early lead. You can hear the All-Ireland Hurling Final Replay between Tipperary and Kilkenny this Saturday live on Tipp FM. Throw-in at Croke Park is at 5 o’ clock- our big-match build-up gets underway from 4:30, in association with Lyoness Loyalty Card, Clonmel. Former Tipperary All Ireland winning captain Declan Carr says that he expects Kilkenny to attack the Premier County right from the start in this weekend’s All Ireland Hurling Final replay. The neighbouring counties will face off for the second time this Saturday at GAA Headquarters following their exciting draw earlier this month in what many have dubbed ‘the greatest All Ireland final ever’. Tipperary and Kilkenny traded points early on in the first final with the sides level six times in the first twenty minutes.
All of those games start at 7.45 Here at home Sligo Rovers are in EA Sports cup second round action this evening when they go to Derry.In the night’s other matches Limerick host Wexford, Bray meet Bluebell and Shamrock Rovers host Athlone.Kick off for each game is at 7.45 The hosts will move out of the relegation zone with a win.Manager Rafa Benitez thinks his players can beat anyone if they believe.In the Championship, leaders Middlesbrough meet second placed Burnley at Turf Moor while third placed Brighton go to QPR.
Tipperary’s Shane Long has become the latest injury worry. The Gortnahoe native picked up a knock in yesterday’s session at the Aviva.James McCarthy and Ciaran Clark are also carrying injuries but both are expected to recover soon.
Center Montrezl Harrell and guard Lou Williams aren’t expected to be available Thursday; it appeared that Harrell was away still early on Wednesday and Williams will remain stuck in a 10-day league-mandated quarantine following a much-publicized stop for chicken wings while he was outside of the bubble for a funeral.Patrick Beverley is a firm “maybe,” Rivers said Wednesday morning, after the fiery guard left to tend to a personal matter and returned to quarantine Sunday.The rest of the Clippers roster should be intact, though not up to speed. Center Ivica Zubac and shooting guard Landry Shamet only recently flew in and will need time to recover their wind and rhythm.With all the coming an going, Rivers said he’s looking ahead to the seeding games not with the goal of fine-tuning and finessing — but with the intention of getting his team on its collective feet and fit.And then maybe then the Clippers can turn their attention to world domination.“Getting to a peak conditioning level,” Rivers said, via Zoom, as all his interviews and news conferences now are held. “It’s very important. Like you’ve got to get through these eight games. By the end of the eight games, you’re going to the playoffs. When you’re going to the playoffs, you’re usually at your peak place, especially conditioning and rhythm and timing. That would be my goal.“Obviously you want to win games, but if you told me we didn’t, but when we started the playoffs we were at the peak in each of those places, I would tell you I’d take that right now.”Likewise, Clippers star Kawhi Leonard expressed less concern with seeding victories than with reestablishing the continuity that had been so hard to come by for the Clippers before the hiatus: L.A. played only 11 games all season with a full lineup — and the Clippers were plenty formidable on those rare occasions, winning 10 times and losing only to a motivated, Western Conference-leading Lakers team on March 8.“Everybody plays a different game,” said Leonard, who was averaging career highs in points (26.9), assists (5), and rebounds (7.3) in his first season with the Clippers.“Just able to get out of their way or able to give it to the guys that are missing, to give them the ball in their spots so they can score, or just even on defense, being in the gap, knowing who’s going to help you or how much extra effort that person is giving at that time,” Leonard continued. “It’s just little things like that that you’re missing on the floor.”Because the Clippers haven’t had the luxury of using the three few weeks of warm-up and trio of scrimmages to truly reconnect on the court, they’ll have to do it when it counts. They know that, Leonard said.“We’ve got eight games to get ready for the playoffs,” the two-time NBA Finals MVP said. “We’ve got to use these games to build some habits and just build team chemistry really … just winning habits, pretty much.“It’s either missing a defensive assignment, running through some players, just making sure we’re executing our plays down the stretch. Just knowing who you’re playing with, knowing your teammates’ habits, knowing what they do well, trying to help them do it well, and that’s pretty much it.“Just trying to build the team chemistry to win.” A healthy Clippers squad was 44-20 and threatening to really start wreaking havoc.Doc Rivers, Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and Co. had won seven of eight games. They were building chemistry and momentum, and looked primed for a potentially historic postseason push.But just when things really were getting really good, the power went out.On March 11, basketball stopped. Almost everything stopped. And the coronavirus took hold. So, on Thursday, in the midst of the pandemic as well as protests over social injustice that are ongoing outside the bubble and within it, NBA basketball restarts for real.The Clippers will tip off Thursday against the Lakers, the fourth episode of this season’s regular-season series selected to headline re-opening night on Thursday (6 p.m., Fox Sports Prime Ticket, TNT). The Clippers are 2-1 against their normal Staples Center co-tenants.It’ll be the first of eight seeding games for both teams before the playoffs, which will be begin Aug. 17 in line with the traditional format.The Clippers will try to make good on their hiatus motto, “Win the Wait,” although it will be tough to pick up exactly where they left off. The team that was at last were coalescing back in March hasn’t had an opportunity tune up together in the bubble. Personal issues and positive coronavirus tests have meant that eight of the 15 Clippers on the restart roster either were delayed arriving or had to leave. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error More than four months later, it hasn’t let go: As of Wednesday, there’s been upward of 4.5 million confirmed cases in the United States, and more than 152,000 deaths.On Tuesday in Florida, site of the NBA bubble that might have seemed like science fiction a few months ago, health officials reported 9,230 new cases and 191 deaths.Early on, before the cases and casualties had climbed so staggeringly high, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said he was at a loss for when play could resume.But in the months that followed, as Clippers players stayed in daily contact via a group chat, challenging each other during workouts over Zoom and training on equipment delivered to them by the team, the league hatched a plan to resume play.With stringent safety protocols in place, the NBA will continue its interrupted season on a closed campus at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. As it stands, the bubble is intact, with NBA and NBPA reporting Wednesday that, for the second consecutive week, none of the 344 players tested was positive for the coronavirus.