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I was appalled to see Liz Bishop kowtowing to Sinclair Broadcast Group and spewing its propaganda. Disgusting. She is so much better than that. I worked for TV-10 and the state Health Department for many years and never did I lie.A couple of times I came close to being fired, but I stood my ground. What the heck happened to Liz? I am so disappointed. This is why I don’t watch local TV news anymore. When they can turn Liz, no one can be trusted.Kristine SmithDuanesburgMore from The Daily Gazette:Cuomo calls for clarity on administering vaccineEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Sunday, Oct. 18 Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion
GOODLAND, Kan. (Sept. 26-27) – Long runs at the front ended with Brendon Gemmill and Chris Heim $1,500 richer for their IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified efforts at Sherman County Speedway’s Flatlander special. Gemmill was scored first on all but the first circuit on Friday night at Goodland despite a souring power plant. Heim, a weekly regular at Goodland, was even more dominating with a flag-to-flag run on Saturday. Their victories put both drivers on the ballot for the 2015 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational. A single caution slowed the opening night Modified main seven laps in. Gemmill’s motor started missing and it took a couple circuits for him to get his momentum back. “I thought something was goofy. I thought it was a fuel issue but I was down a cylinder,” said Gemmill, who nonetheless caught up with the back of the pack the last time around. “We’ve struggled a bit this year but made a lot of changes and now I think we’re competitive again.” Brady Coen, Clay Sellard, Jeremy Frenier and Bubba Alvarado were next across the stripe.Heim drew the pole for the caution-free Saturday show. He caught up with lapped traffic near midway and scored his fifth feature win of the season comfortably ahead of Frenier.“There was a lot of good competition here,” Heim said. “I ran one groove off the bottom. It just seemed like there wasn’t much on the top side. I’d rather run there but you’ve got to go where it’s going to work.” Rounding out the top five were Jeff Hunter, Coen and John Hansen. IMCA Sunoco Stock Car winners at the 25th annual Flatlander were Nick Tubbs and Justin Bussell. Darren Crouch and Chad Dolan won Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod main events and Colin Heim and Eric Ross were IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock winners. Tubbs extended his opening night and two-day overall point success to a fifth straight Flatlander. After starting seventh, he was one of the few drivers to try the high side, had the lead by halfway and beat Wheat Lippelmann across the line by three car lengths.A Flatlander winner previously in the super stocks, Bussell scored his career first sanctioned victory on Saturday. Tubbs had started 13th and was in the lead when the white flag came out; Bussell picked the right line to pass Nick Tubbs and Jeff Tubbs after the front three encountered a lapped car. “It felt awesome,” Bussell said. “I think we’ve finished in the top four in every Flatlander for five years.” A single caution slowed Friday’s SportMod main. Crouch had started third, took the lead on the eighth of 20 laps and was catching up to the back on the field with a couple circuits left. Bryan Herrick closed in before Crouch motored away.Dolan led every lap of Saturday’s caution-slowed contest and won ahead of Eric Munoz. “This was one of the biggest wins of my career, because it came just after my brother had passed away and because it was the 25th annual Flatlander,” he said. “It was pretty emotional. It was just meant to be. Everything that needed to happen happened.” A junior at Hoxie High School, Colin Heim took his Friday night Hobby Stock foes to class in leading every lap of a green to checkered feature. “It’s always to end the season with a win,” said Heim, who rebuffed Michael Brunswick for the victory. Ross needed five trips around the track to race from fourth to first on Saturday, making the most of the middle line.Kyle Pfeifer passed Heim following a restart with three laps to go but Ross stayed strong up front and won by four car lengths. Both Modified, Stock Car and Northern SportMod features doubled as Blood, Sweat and Tears Series events. Champions in those respective divisions were Frenier, Angel Munoz and Dolan. Sept. 26 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Brendon Gemmill; 2. Brady Coen; 3. Clay Sellard; 4. Jeremy Frenier; 5. Bubba Alvarado; 6. Jason Brees; 7. David Murray Jr.; 8. Danny Concelman; 9. Will Brack; 10. Jeff Hunter; 11. Eddie Belec; 12. John Hansen; 13. Darren Deloach; 14. Jesse Taylor; 15, Cody Gearhart; 16. Garrett Sporhase; 17. Adam Morris; 18. Bill Brack; 19. Jacob Adler; 20. Greg Gustus; 21. Ryan Gaylord; 22. Kyle Rohleder. Stock Cars – 1. Nick Tubbs; 2. Wheat Lippelmann; 3. Justin Bussell; 4. Jeff Tubbs; 5. Jason Davis; 6. Tyler Tipton; 7. B.J. Wagoner; 8. John Luck; 9. Lloyd Meeske; 10. Jason McIntyre; 11. Justin Lewis; 12. Casey Woken; 13. Kevin Wagoner; 14. Angel Munoz; 15. Eric Kinderknecht; 16. Keith Stegman; 17. Bruce Plumisto; 18. Cody Williams; 19. Cody Pancake. Northern SportMods – 1. Darren Crouch; 2. Bryan Herrick; 3. Ryan Wark; 4. Dan Lauer; 5. Tristen Barton; 6. Dustin Daniels; 7. Brian Morris; 8. Ryan Moser; 9. Bryan Harkness; 10. Chad Dolan; 11. Jimmy Jenkins; 12. Trevor Geist; 13. Becky Dechant; 14. Ryan Meisman; 15. Cody DeWester; 16. Eric Pfeifer; 17. Brian Cross; 18. Jake McBirnie; 19. Monty Nordyke. Hobby Stocks – 1. Colin Heim; 2. Michael Brunswick; 3. Eric Ross; 4. Raymond Dechant; 5. Jeremy Wagoner; 6. Mike Kennedy; 7. Jake Blackhart; 8. Brady Bencken; 9. Marshall Carson; 10. Austin Davis; 11. Joey Snethen; 12. Colton Pfeifer; 13. David Plumisto; 14. Gary Pancake; 15. Tyrel Smith; 16. Curt Kennedy; 17. Emanuel Young.Sept. 27 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Chris Heim; 2. Frenier; 3. Hunter; 4. Coen; 5. Hansen; 6. Alvarado; 7. Belec; 8. Nate Moore; 9. Gemmill; 10. Adler; 11. Murray; 12. Will Brack; 13. Rick Fierro; 14. Sellard; 15. Matt Morris; 16. Beau Speicher; 17. Gaylord; 18. Taylor; 19. Deloach; 20. Bill Brack; 21. Rohleder; 22. Matt Fabrizius. Stock Cars – 1. Bussell; 2. Nick Tubbs; 3. Jeff Tubbs; 4. Davis; 5. Meeske; 6. B.J. Wagoner; 7. Tipton; 8. Gregory Gutt; 9. Lippelmann; 10. Woken; 11. McIntyre; 12. Plumisto; 13. Kinderknecht; 14. Derek Wendt; 15. Stegman; 16. Justin Lewis; 17. Williams; 18. Munoz; 19. Luck; 20. Kevin Wagoner.Northern SportMods – 1. Dolan; 2. Eric Munoz; 3. Moser; 4. Lauer; 5. Nordyke; 6. Marlin Farr; 7. Angel Munoz; 8. Herrick; 9. Geist; 10. Morris; 11. Pfeifer; 12. Allen Snethen; 13. DeWester; 14. Cross; 15. Fletcher; 16. Wark; 17. Crouch; 18. Jenkins; 19. Meisman; 20. Dechant. Hobby Stocks – 1. Ross; 2. Kyle Pfeifer; 3. Heim; 4. Wagoner; 5. Davis; 6. Bencken; 7. Pfeifer; 8. Dechant; 9. Kennedy; 10. Carson; 11. Shay Simoneu; 12. Plumisto; 13. Brunswick; 14. Blackhart; 15. Snethen; 16. Kennedy; 17. Smith.BST Top 10 Point Standings Precise Racing BST Series for IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds – 1. Jeremy Frenier, Fort Morgan, Colo., 296; 2. John Hansen, Brush, Colo., 290; 3. Jacob Adler, Holyoke, Colo., 239; 4. Bill Brack, Mead, Colo., 233; 5. Ryan Gaylord, Lakewood, Colo., 221; 6. Eddie Belec, Lakewood, Colo., 212; 7. Jesse Taylor, Fort Morgan, Colo., 196; 8. Danny Concelman, Colorado Springs, Colo., 182; 9. Greg Sharpe, Commerce City, Colo., 180; 10. Jeff Hunter, Commerce City, Colo., 168.Addiction Chassis BST Series for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars – 1. Angel Munoz, Lamar, Colo., 235; 2. John Luck, Colorado Springs, Colo., 218; 3. Gregory Gutt, Erie, Colo., 206; 4. Lloyd Meeske, Champion, Neb., 197; 5. Justin Bussell, Imperial, Neb., 156; 6. Nick Tubbs, Colby, Kan., 150; 7. Casey Woken, Ogallala, Neb., 132; 8. Keith Stegman, Lamar, Colo., 116; 9. Jeff Tubbs, Colby, Kan., 112; 10. B.J. Wagoner, Colby, Kan., 107. Leary Racing Products BST Series for Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods – 1. Chad Dolan, Gibbon, Neb., 306; 2. Ryan Moser, Englewood, Colo., 253; 3. Brandon Clough, Wallace, Neb., 226; 4. Thomas Nelson Jr., Aurora, Colo., 198; 5. Bryan Herrick, Curtis, Neb., 177; 6. Trevor Geist, Brush, Colo., 154; 7. Jacob Fehler, Erie, Colo., 119; 8. Brian Cross, Brighton, Colo., 113; 9. Brian Morris, Lamar, Colo., 104; 10. Henry Henderson, Curtis, Neb., 100.
… Georgetown cyclists dominateUNITED We Stand Cycling Club’s (UWSCC) youngster, Briton John, shone the brightest in the brilliant morning sunshine in the town which is called the ‘Gateway to the Interior’, Bartica, to win the feature event of the town’s first-ever cycling road race.A result of the Mayor and City Council’s collaboration with the Guyana Cycling Federation (GCF), the cycling meet saw cyclists from Georgetown and as far as Berbice assemble to compete in the various categories.David Hicks was the top Juveniles cyclist with an impressive performance.The feature 35-lap event, which started at the corner of First and Third Avenue, proceeded south along First Avenue, turned right into Sixth Street, left into Fourth Avenue, left into Eighth Street then left into Second Avenue to complete a lap, John managed to outride and out-manoeuvre the other seasoned cyclists.He took a lead midway into the race and never looked back – his youthful energy and enthusiasm winning out in the end.The biggest challenge for most of the cyclists was the hilly terrain which put question marks over the various cyclists’ fitness levels.John rode well to cross the finish line in a time of two hours 58.86 seconds to grab the champion’s trophy and the corresponding cash prize of $150 000.Meanwhile Curtis Dey also rode well to finish second while third to sixth places went to Rastaff Oselmo, Michael Anthony, Paul DeNobrega and Marcus Keiler in that order.In the Veterans category Segun Hubbard surprised Junior Niles to cop that event with the latter settling for second while Raymond Newton placed third.It was an exciting three-way battle in the Juveniles event, with David Hicks prevailing while Sherwin Sampson settled for second with Steve Bhimsim coming in third.Over in the Mountain Bike race, things got a bit sticky with usual top podium finisher, Ozia McAulay, (second place) conceding first place to Shane Boodram while Jamari Sharpe finished third.In the female event, Shenika Teixeira continued her dominance on the distaff side by winning that race comfortably ahead of Felina Stephens.Cash totalling over $400 000 was given away at the historic event, along with other incentives. The top six seniors, top three juniors and veterans were all recipients of prizes.
— Aleister Black vs. AJ Styles in a No Disqualification match— Andrade vs. Humberto Carrillo for the United States championship— Daniel Bryan vs. Drew Gulak Keep checking for updates here as more matches are announced and make sure to follow along here on Sporting News for live coverage of WWE Elimination Chamber 2020.What time does WWE Elimination Chamber 2020 start?Date: Sunday, March 8Time: 6 p.m. ET (preshow) | 7 p.m. ET (main card)Location: Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Penn.TV channel: WWE Network (PPV)Live stream: WWE.com/livestream+WWE Elimination Chamber 2020 will air live on Sunday, March. The preshow is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. ET and the main card will begin at 7 p.m. ET.How to watch WWE Elimination Chamber 2020, PPV costWWE Elimination Chamber 2020 will be available for purchase on pay-per-view or via the WWE Network.The WWE Network is available at WWE.com or by downloading the app on certain smart TVs – including Samsung, LG, Sony, and Panasonic – as well as Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Kindle Fire, Roku, Google Play, and Chromecast. You can also watch the network on your Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4 by downloading the app through its stores.It costs $9.99 per month to sign up to watch the WWE Network online.You can purchase WWE Elimination Chamber 2020 on pay-per-view through cable and satellite providers including Spectrum, Cox, Xfinity, Verizon FiOS TV, Cable One, Dish Network and DirecTV for $59.99-$69.99.WWE Elimination Chamber 2020 match card— Shayna Baszler, Asuka, Ruby Riott, Natalya, Liv Morgan, and Sarah Logan in an Elimination Chamber match with the winner facing Becky Lynch at WrestleMania 36 for the “RAW” women’s championship— The Miz and John Morrison vs. The New Day (Big E and Kofi Kingston) vs. The Usos (Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso) vs. Heavy Machinery (Otis and Tucker) vs. Lucha House Party (Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado) vs. Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode for the “SmackDown” tag-team championship— Braun Strowman vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Sami Zayn and Cesaro in a 3-on-1 handicap match for the Intercontinental championship— The Street Profits vs. Seth Rollins and Murphy for the “RAW” tag team titles While the WWE is on the Road to WrestleMania, it has to make a stop along with the way with the WWE Elimination Chamber 2020 event on Sunday, March 8, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia and airing live on the WWE Network and on pay-per-view.No matches have been officially announced yet but expect both a men’s and women’s Elimination Chamber match, a steel structure that surrounds the entire ring with six pods inside with participants entering the match in intervals until only one person or team is left standing. The fallout of this show will have a bearing on WrestleMania 36, WWE’s annual showcase event taking place on April 5.