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Ship Engineering and Design: AVEVA Announces Sustainable Software Capabilities

first_imgSea News Feature, February 12 A multi-discipline outfitting design based on the real hull data Designed with the most up-to-date user interface principlesand best practices, intuitive and easy to use AVEVA E3D™ Design softwarecombines the latest three-dimensional graphics and user interface technologieswith stateof-the-art data management. AVEVA, global leader in engineering and industrial software,today announced an important update to its AVEVA E3D™ design software thataddresses the specific needs of the marine sector. AVEVA DeliversGreater Efficiency for Ship Engineering and Design Technology for new shipping vessels is rapidly changing ascompanies consolidate, regulations become ever more rigorous and shipyardsglobally face challenges from increasing competition. New Release of AVEVA E3D™ Design Software to Comply with InternationalMaritime Organization’s 2020 New Regulations Organizations,globally, are already deploying AVEVA Unified Shipbuilding including: Ravi Gopinath, COO, AVEVA, said: “With this latest software release, AVEVA is responding to the ever-growing and changing needs of ship owners and shipyards the world over. Meeting sustainability goals, maximizing business agility and improving operational performance calls for integrated design and engineering tools that can streamline the process, improve speed and remove cost and complexity to rapidly address these market imperatives. Using our new software, marine operators will now be able to realize up to 40% gains in engineering efficiency while moving to operating paradigms that will ultimately help protect the environment.” • Apply Sørco • IHB ShipDesigncenter_img Ravi Gopinath, COO, AVEVA Shipbuilding excellence is heavily reliant ondesign-to-production, agility and efficiency across all project streams,effective resource management and design quality leading to right-first-time,error-free production. AVEVA’s new capabilities tailored to the marine sector willaddress these requirements and also include the first release of the AVEVA HullBasic Design Module. This module is used for the preliminary design of a ship’shull structure, and supports key decisions regarding naval architecturalcharacteristics, space management, outfitting design and drawings. AVEVA’s newmodule represents the most integrated 3D environment for working with asbuiltand as-designed data in the marine market. Author: Baibhav Mishra • Hanla • BLOM Maritime Other shipyards using AVEVA E3D Design for retrofit projectsare SAAB KOCKUMS, CHINA MERCHANT HEAVY INDUSTRIES, KONGSBERG MARITIME. This software increases shipping vessel design andaccelerates retrofits of ships to reduce emissions. The new capabilitiesdemonstrate AVEVA’s continued proactive innovation for the InternationalMaritime Organization’s new emissions regulations, IMO 2020, providing newtools to anticipate market needs and offering new capabilities and greaterefficiency. AVEVA is the market leader in three-dimensional design andengineering software and works with the world’s top 10 shipyards and vesselowners. This latest software innovation builds on the recent AVEVA UnifiedEngineering launch which introduced capabilities bringing together design andengineering data with 3D design tools for industrial users. last_img read more

KSRM Top Stories of 2015: #3 – Card Street Fire

first_imgThe final tally of the Card Street Fire from the Division of Forestry was 8,876 acres with a total of 11 structures lost, some primary residences. A disaster assistance center was set up in sterling by Alaska’s Division of Homeland Security. The fire continued growing but suddenly the Kenai Peninsula situation was not just being increased with gusty winds and hot, dry weather. Sam Albanese with the National Weather Service detailed the discouraging weather forecast that would include dry thunder storms. Drucilla Williams: “We were talking to a lady last night who lives down Zenith and she was just in tears because they wouldn’t tell her if her house was still there, she’s just evacuated not knowing if it hit her house or not. She’s a three time cancer survivor and she said she’s just been building her house little by little and she couldn’t afford insurance because of how little she makes every month. So if she loses everything she has no way to start over. I was trying to make her laugh so when she said she had a hill behind her house that she needed to clear, I said well you know, if your house makes it and that hill went on fire, because she said she did see the fire on her hill, then maybe that’ll clean that up for you. Ya know, if your house is still standing that’s one less thing you have to do, maybe it’ll just clear your lot for you.’ And that made her laugh a little.” By 5:30 that day, the fire had grown to 150 acres and was deemed the Card Street Fire. As if 2014’s Funny River Fire had prepared the community for the 2015 Card Street Fire, groups and neighbors rallied together to assist those pushed out by the flames as well as raise their spirits. The fire comes to the banks of the Kenai River around 6:00 pm June 15, 2015, as seen from boat at approximately Dow Island.Photo courtesy of David BuerkelBy noon Tuesday, the Card Street Fire was estimated at about 1,500 acres burned  and the borough was reminding residents that evacuations were still in effect. Within two weeks, the Division of Forestry labeled the Card Street Fire as 40% contained and the firefighting resources were dispatched from the Kenai Peninsula fires to the other 318 blazes around Alaska. View from Launer’s driveway, showing how far down the hill the fire reached.The Launers’ home was located below a steep hill on the banks of the Kenai River and he recounted some intense moments. Although  the borough and firefighting agencies recommended that all residents leave, Launer said he was not just going to leave the home he’d built. The Card Street Fire continued growing and threatening neighborhoods, with evacuations in effect fully through Thursday of that week. Brenda Ahlberg: “Kenai Keys Road runs parallel or adjacent to the Kenai River and there’s subdivisions along that area, folks I think are going back in thinking they can check on things and that’s not at all advisable. People need to stay out of that area and need to evacuate so that fire crews can get in there and effectively suppress fire.” Anderson: “It’s just impossible, I mean it’s a very steep sloped mountain, forested. So I imagine it is burning quite actively up into the tundra.” Although the Kenai Peninsula Borough had not yet issued an evacuation notice, Central Emergency Services was assisting the Division of Forestry in helping residents leave If they wanted to do so.Just hours after the Card Street Fire began on June 15, 2015 Photo credit Sterling resident Jeff JichaThe first evacuation notice via reverse 911 calls from the Borough’s Office of Emergency Management came in by 5:00 pm. Although Derick and Drucilla Williams had to evacuate and were still worried about the fire circling back toward their home, but the couple worked to cheer up a neighbor who was also sheltered at Hooligan’s Lodge. Spokesman Jeremy Zidek says in the month that disaster assistance applications were available, ten applications were received for the Individual Family Grant, six were denied and a total of $38,180.79 has been paid out to the other four to date. By July 10, less than a month since the fire began, Card Street was listed as 95% contained. The Division of Forestry reported the last five percent would not be contained since it was burning in wetlands. Launer: “I could egress from my boat on the river as a last ditch effort, so I was going to stay here until I saw my house burning and then I was going to leave. Fortunately, between two of my good neighbors, brothers, and then three others of the brotherhood, came down and all pitched in and with their help and a little luck from above, we saved it all. It’s a good thing.”center_img The Sterling Community Center had been transformed into an emergency shelter providing meals and showers and it was nearly overwhelmed by community donations. Launer: “During fighting this thing and watching it coming down the hill, it was probably one of the most intense things that I’ve ever experienced. Because between the smoke and the heat of the fire, it felt like it was pushing you backwards from it, you just couldn’t get close to it. It was just a real experience, that I don’t want to go through again.” Albanese: “The thing with these types of thunderstorms is we’re not expecting much if any precipitation to make it to the surface. With that said, we’re not expecting that until after 6 pm but there are two things to be concerned about with this type of event. One: the lightning, the thunder storms that they are originating out aren’t putting down any substantial moister, so they could spark new fire starts. And two: with thunder storms you typically have very erratic and gusty winds with them.” Just two hours later on that first Monday afternoon, that fire had reached 75 acres, and was now threatening neighborhoods in the Feuding Lane Area.  KSRM’s Derrick Arlyn was nearby, watching as the fire quickly spread in roughly the same area that the Funny River Fire had threatened the year before. Sindorf and Armbrust gave KSRM’s Ashley Smith a tour through the areas at the end of Feuding Lane that they had protected with a two inch hose and a pump taking water from the Kenai River. Firefighting resources began spreading thin as over 100 dry lightning strikes in the Cooper Landing area Tuesday started two more wildfires near each other, and the highway.One of the two fires started by lightning storms. Courtesy of Maryanne Ligenza Rogers in Cooper Landing, Alaska.Terry Anderson with the Division of Forestry said those fires were very hard to get to because of the mountainous terrain. The division received three applications for Temporary Housing, paying out $25,344 to two of the applicants to date. Zidek says that other than the applicants, few others had significant damages from the Card Street Fire but those that did were aware of the disaster assistance centers and chose not to apply. Arlyn: “Everybody is trying to keep their emotions in check but you can see it in their face that people are very worried about this one and very worried about their homes. Because it’s in a very populated area, it’s moving quick and everybody that’s been by, they don’t even have time to talk, they just want to drop their stuff off and go get their next load of everything from home.” Division of Forestry spokesman Andy Alexandrou… Four days into the fire, KSRM’s Ashley Smith met Tom Sindorf and Brandon Armbrust at the center just after they had eaten breakfast. Gov. Walker: “Came down and met with Mayor Porter and Mayor Navarre and then flew over the fire and I guess what was surprising to me was how close into a subdivision it was. It was very, very close to houses.  FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享On the afternoon of Monday, June 15, 2015, Division of Forestry and other emergency personnel responded to a grass fire at 1:38 pm near Mile 77 of the Sterling Highway. Although the Card Street Fire only burned 8,876 acres total this summer, it threatened more local residences and disrupted more lives than the Funny River Fire. Sindorf: “It’s just crazy, the area was evacuated but we took a pump, one of our neighbors, Fred Launer had a hose and a pump, and we stayed and fought the fire down at his house and then took the pump up to Dock’s Landing.”Armbrust: “We saved probably eight houses down at the end of Feuding Lane with the pump pulling water out of the Kenai, a two inch water pump.”Sindorf: “Yeah, we had a couple hours of advance knowing it was coming that way so we stayed and wet the whole thing down.” Alexandrou: “This fire has crossed the Kenai Keys Road and that’s what is precipitating the need for south of the river evacuations and of course north of the river evacuations. We have confirmation that we’ve lost six structures.” By Friday of that week the fire had reached 7,578 acres, Borough Mayor Mike Navarre had declared it an emergency and later that afternoon Governor Bill Walker declared a state emergency in response to the three fires on the Kenai Peninsula.last_img read more

High school baseball: Benton looks to take the next step in playoffs

first_imgRobert Summerlin/Special to The Press-Tribune Here we go again. For the fifth straight year, the Benton Tigers have advanced to the quarterfinals of the Class 4A baseball playoffs.The question is: Will this be the year the Tigers finally make it to the 4A semifinals?Benton reached the Class 3A state championship game in 2007 but hasn’t gone farther than the quarterfinals since moving up to 4A in 2008.Benton has lost to Teurlings Catholic twice, St. Michael the Archangel and West Ouachita the last four years.This time, Benton, as the No. 1 seed, will be the favorite. The Tigers (31-7) host No. 8 Neville (21-15) in a best-of-three second-round series.Game 1 is scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday. Game 2 is scheduled for noon Saturday. Game 3, if necessary, is set for approximately 3 Saturday.Benton knocked off No. 17 Belle Chasse two games to one in its best-of-3 second-round series last Friday and Saturday. The Tigers lost Game 1 5-3 and then swept the Cardinals 8-0 and 10-1.Neville swept No. 9 Lakeshore 4-3 and 14-2 (five innings) in its second-round series. The Monroe Tigers defeated No. 25 Morgan City 12-2 in the first round.The winner of the Benton-Neville series faces the winner between No. 21 Salmen and No. 29 Carencro in the semifinals on Friday, May 12, at 10:30 a.m. at McMurry Park in Sulphur.Don’t let Neville’s record fool. The Tigers have played very good baseball in the second half of the seson.Neville won the District 2-5A championship with a 13-2 mark. The Tigers’ only two losses were to West Ouachita, which lost to Carencro in the second round. Neville, which was 8-13 at one point during the regular season, has won 13 of its last 15 games.Neville and Benton did not play in the regular season, but the Monroe squad played six games against Bossier Parish teams.The Tigers split games with District 1-5A champion Airline, losing 9-6 March 11 and winning 6-5 on March 18. Neville defeated Haughton 5-0 on Feb. 24 and lost to the Bucs 6-2 on March 14. The Tigers were swept by Parkway, losing 9-4 on March 11 and 5-4 on March 18.Neville’s Cole McCarty, J. Hebert and Michael Haynes all had three hits in the 14-2 win over Lakeshore. Luke Cagle allowed four hits and struck out five in five innings.Benton got outstanding pitching performances in the Saturday sweep of Belle Chasse. Will Hine pitched a three-hitter in the first game and Cameron Ross tossed a four-hitter in the second.Colby Sharp, who like the rest of the Benton players has had an outstanding season, allowed six hits in 5 1/3 innings in the 5-3 loss.— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.comTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoL&C MagazineFeeling Depressed? Here are a Few Helpful Tools to Break the CycleL&C Magazine|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoOceandrawThe One And Only WD40 Trick Everyone Should KnowOceandraw|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

Cricket News Australia On Top In Adelaide Pink Ball Test Despite Yasir Shah Ton, Rain

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Pakistan’s top order had been blown away on a consistent basis on their tour to Australia, be it the T20I or Test format. In the Adelaide Pink Ball Test, the bowlers let them down and the top order floundered under the pace of Mitchell Starc and the accuracy of Josh Hazlewood to be reduced to 96/6. It took Yasir Shah, batting at No.8 and some partnerships with the lower order to show the Pakistan top order how to bat in Australia. Yasir’s maiden ton gave them something to smile about but Pakistan’s top order refused to learn after following on to be three down on a rain-curtailed day 3 of the Day Night Test. When Pakistan resumed, it looked like it would just be a three-day finish.However, Babar Azam had other ideas and he was given good support by Yasir Shah. Yasir gave solid company while Babar Azam looked to be more confident. Babar notched up his fifty with two fours off Josh Hazlewood. Yasir focused on stonewalling the attack and he capitalised on some loose balls to build a solid partnership. Yasir survived a stumping chance when Tim Paine fluffed the opportunity off Nathan Lyon. Azam entered the 90s with two fours off Marnus Labuschagne and Yasir went on to register his highest individual score. Australia did not make things easy for themselves when Labuschagne dropped a simple chance off his own bowling to give Yasir a second life.The partnership for the seventh wicket went past 100 but Starc broke Pakistan hearts when he had Babar Azam caught for 97 and in the next ball dismissed Shaheen Afridi to take six wickets. However, Yasir once again stonewalled and went past his fifty. He found good support in Mohammad Abbas as he went past fifty with two fours off Nathan Lyon. After the tea break, Yasir made smooth progress while Abbas smashed a couple of boundaries and a six to keep Pakistan in the hunt.Yasir had another slice of luck as a top-edged sweep off Lyon landed safely and he crossed the 90s with two fours off Starc. In the 86th over, Yasir finally created history when he lofted Hazlewood over mid off to complete a magical century and enter a special club of Pakistan players. Yasir Shah became the first Pakistan player batting at number eight to hit a century in Australia and he became the seventh Pakistan player at No.8 to hit a Test century overseas after Ijaz Faqih, Imran Khan, Kamran Akmal, Moin Khan, Saqlain Mushtaq and Wasim Akram.Top order still floundersThe efforts of Yasir, Babar and the lower order was only a small silver lining in the dark cloud hovering around Pakistan and their performance. After being dismissed for 302 and trailing by 287 runs, Tim Paine asked Pakistan to follow-on and just before the dinner break when Imam-ul-Haq was trapped LBW by an inswinger from Hazlewood. Starc had some issues in the popping crease and he apparently seemed to jarr his ankle.Also Read | Yasir Shah, Pakistan’s No.8 Batsman, Achieves History With Century In Pink Ball Test Vs AustraliaIn visible discomfort, Starc proceeded to get the big wicket of Pakistan skipper Azhar Ali but Hazlewood dealt Pakistan the ultimate blow when he got rid of their talisman Babar Azam with an away-swinger for 8. Shan Masood and Asad Shafiq held firm before a short rain break stopped play. When play resumed after 25 minutes, Australia hunted wickets but a second rain delay meant that stumps were called with still an hour to go. With Pakistan staring down the barrel, Monday could witness an inglorious world record being created and questions will be raised about the way Misbah-ul-Haq is handling the team.last_img read more

Ole Miss promotes staffer for Peach Bowl

first_imgOXFORD — Ole Miss will shuffle its defensive coaching staff in preparation for the Peach Bowl.Director of recruiting operations Corey Batoon will coach the Rebels’ safeties and nickel corners leading up to the Dec. 31 game against TCU, coach Hugh Freeze said Tuesday. Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack will shift from coaching the defensive backs to coaching the linebackers.The moves were made after linebackers coach Tom Allen accepted the defensive coordinator job at South Florida on Monday. Allen was at the Rebels’ practice Monday, but is expected to leave soon for his new job.Freeze said that Batoon will be given strong consideration to permanently replace Allen.Batoon’s background is in on-field coaching, having spent three seasons at Arkansas State with the cornerbacks, safeties and special teams. The final season was in 2011 with Freeze, who brought Batoon to Ole Miss in an staff position.Prior to Arkansas State Batoon spent 11 seasons as the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Northern Arizona. Batoon came to NAU after a year at Montana working with the defensive line. Prior to that, he was special teams coordinator and secondary coach at Central Missouri State after two years at Saint Mary’s (Calif.) and a three-year stint at Pierce Junior College in Los Angeles.Peach BowlFreeze said Monday that because of the recruiting dead period (which runs through Jan. 14) replacing Allen is not a top priority. Because of prep for the bowl game and then the holidays, Freeze said he expects a hire to be made in early January.Hugh Freeze will take time in finding Allen’s replacementlast_img read more

West Ham make ‘interesting’ bid for Portuguese midfielder – Complex situation

first_imgPortuguese newspaper Record brings today an interesting piece on West Ham’s chances to sign midfielder João Palhinha. The outlet says the 24-year-old has been approached by a few Premier League clubs, but it’s the Hammers who really made an attractive offer.The problem is that the situation is a little complex because Palhinha belongs to Sporting, and is in the middle of a two-year loan spell at Braga.The agreement between the clubs says that in case of a sale, Braga not only are paid a fine, but also have the chance to match the offer.That’s why Record talks about the possibility of the Portuguese club using this clause to buy him and then sell him to the Premier League demanding the terms they want.Embed from Getty ImagesStill, Record sounds optimistic about West Ham’s offer, saying it’s ‘advantageous’ for Sporting, Braga and the player.Palhinha reportedly sees the move ‘with good eyes’, since the chance to continue his career in the Premier League would be something great for him, but Record are still to report the details of the bid.He doesn’t look like an expensive player, but we all know how Portuguese clubs like to make big demands when Premier League sides come for signings.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is a Must-Have. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoDating.comTung Chung is actually full of single men. Check them out on this premium dating site!Dating.comUndoMisterStocksThese Hilarious Photos Were Captured On The SubwayMisterStocksUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉(今晚試試)Keto减肥UndoSmart Tech TrendSelf Adjusting Glasses Take Hong Kong by StormSmart Tech TrendUndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50UndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoGeeks Reviews價格僅為HK$771 的便携自拍無人機正席捲香港Geeks ReviewsUndolast_img read more

Princesses seek win to maintain qualifying grip

first_imgGhana are hopeful of being in the driving seat after the first leg clash against Tunisia in the final round of qualifying for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.With just two games to go, both Ghana and Tunisia are ideally placed to qualify for the World Cup and for the Black Princesses, it will be the second time in a row.The Black Princesses play Tunisia on Saturday in the first leg match in the race to become one of Africa’s two representatives for the World Cup in Japan later in August.Robert Sackey has guided the Ghana team to this stage and says they will only be satisfied with the work done when the Black Princesses qualify.“We are looking forward to it[the game on Saturday],” the Black Princesses coach said ahead of their departure to Tunis on Wednesday.“The team has been working hard and we will push and fight for the 3 points and come home to finish it up.” Despite Ghana’s great run in the continental qualifying campaign, Sackey explains that the sole motivation is to pick one of the qualifying slots.“No doubt, our motivation is to get to the World Cup. And that’s where we start. We have been there before.“We will not be satisfied until we deliver. The most important thing is the delivery,” he added.The Black Princesses made their World Cup debut in the Germany 2010 U-20 Women’s World Cup finals and are looking to make it a second straight appearance.Source: Ghanafa.orglast_img read more

Sorry, Trekkers, William Shatner isn’t coming back: “I think Kirk’s story is pretty well played out”

first_imgABC/Eric McCandless(LOS ANGELES) — While Star Trek: Picard has set their phasers for fun (sorry), Trekkers shouldn’t expect to see William Shatner’s James Tiberius Kirk appear in his own CBS All Access show.“No.” Shatner responded flatly on Twitter, when a fan asked him if he had interest in following Patrick Stewart’s return to the captain’s chair.“I think Kirk’s story is pretty well played out at this point,” replied the actor.Ditto for any other Star Trek projects that are coming down the pike.“What was any different about my statement on Kirk that I haven’t said before?” continued Shatner, who turns 89 on March 22. “I don’t do cameos (that one stretches back to 2008 & JJ) Kirk’s story is well told out of any other captain’s story. Kirk died in [the film Star Trek] Generations. What is really left?”Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Thornton holds off Shryock for $10,001 IMCA Legendary payday

first_imgRicky Thornton Jr. was the $10,001 Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified feature winner at Dacotah Speedway’s inaugural Legendary. Thornton also earned a $500 bonus as the leader at midway of the Friday evening 50-lapper. (Photo by Byron Fichter)MANDAN, N.D. (July 15) – An Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified driver well on his way to becoming a dirt track legend beat a driver who’s already achieved that status to the $10,001 checkers Friday night at Dacotah Speedway.Ricky Thornton Jr. led the last 38 of 50 laps, finishing no more than a car length ahead of Kelly Shryock. The highest paying event in history for IMCA Modifieds in North Dakota was also the top career payday for Thornton when the $1 at the end of the $10,001 – plus a $500 bonus for leading at halfway – were figured in.“There were a lot of the top guys (86 in all) here tonight,” said Thornton, who’d won for the 100th time in his IMCA Modified career when the Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Tour concluded in front of another full house at Mandan on Thursday. “To be able to win the inaugural Legendary puts icing on the cake.”Pole starter Shawn Strand led the first lap before Mark Dahl drove by. Thornton had started ninth, was in the runner-up position by lap five and then used the high line to take charge up front on lap 12.He used multiple lines in building his lead and had caught up with the back of the field before the only caution of the contest came for the mandatory pit stop on the front straight after midway.Shryock had moved into second just before the yellow. He was side-by-side with Thornton after the race resumed and the six circuits were scored.The second half of the Legendary was worth the price of admission alone as the front two battled high and low, Thornton finally using his momentum off the top side to edge Shryock at the finish by the narrowest of margins.“I could run wherever I wanted. The car was just that good,” Thornton said. “I figured if I got up top and kept my momentum going it would make it hard for anybody to pass me. It kind of all played out right for me and I’m glad it was Kelly racing with me. He races everybody clean.”“We’re headed home next and will race at Hamilton County Speedway on Saturday,” he added. “I’ll probably be on cloud nine for at least a week.”Dakota Tour champion Hunter Marriott won his “B” feature, started 12th and ended in third. Aaron Turnbull rocketed from 16th starting to fourth and 19th starting Jason Wolla led a stellar group of home state drivers with his fifth place finish at the Corral Sales-sponsored Legendary.Feature results – 1. Ricky Thornton Jr., Harcourt, Iowa; 2. Kelly Shryock, Fertile, Iowa; 3. Hunter Marriott, Brookfield, Mo.; 4. Aaron Turnbull, Estevan, Sask.; 5. Jason Wolla, Ray; 6. Mark Dahl, Bismarck; 7. Shawn Strand, Mandan; 8. Jay Noteboom, Hinton, Iowa; 9. Lucas Schott, Chatfield, Minn.; 10. Jeff Taylor, Cave City, Ark.; 11. Cody Laney, Torrance, Calif.; 12. Ethan Dotson, Bakersfield, Calif.; 13. Spencer Wilson, Minot; 14. Josh Eberhardt, Jamestown; 15. Tom Berry Jr., Boone, Iowa; 16. Travis Ulmer, Mandan; 17. Jason Grimes, Jamestown; 18. Lance Mari, Imperial, Calif.; 19. Jeremy Keller, Mandan; 20. Paul Stone, Winton, Calif.; 21. Drew Christianson, Minot; 22. Tyler Wagner, Weyburn, Sask.; 23. Robert Hellebust, Minot; 24. Steven Pfeifer, Minot; 25. Mark Elliott, Webster City, Iowa; 26. Greg Friestad, Valley City.Heat winners were Shryock, Grimes, Taylor, Friestad, Stone, Elliott, Strand, Thornton, Dahl and Ulmer.1st “B” feature (top three) – 1. Schott; 2. Turnbull; 3. Noteboom. 2nd “B” feature – 1. Marriott; 2. Dotson; 3. Wagner. 3rd “B” feature – 1. Pfeifer; 2. Wilson; 3. Eberhardt. 4th “B” feature – 1. Laney; 2. Wolla; 3. Hellebust. 5th “B” feature – 1. Mari; 2. Berry; 3. Christianson.last_img read more

Tampa Bay Lightning lose Victor Hedman, Pat Maroon to injury in game vs. Rangers

first_imgHedman, like Maroon, was also declared out for the rest of the contest , however, it’s unclear why the 6-6, 223-pound blueliner  appeared fine during his final shift late in the first period before he headed down the tunnel.Hedman hasn’t taken a single shift in the second period. Witkowski now playing defense in his place.— Raw Charge (@RawCharge) October 30, 2019With Tampa off to a lackluster 5-3-2 start this season, losing these two players would be a major blow to the lineup. Hedman runs the Lightning’s blue line, can quarterback a power play and is a big, strong presence to have on the backend, while Maroon brings a lot of physicality and energy to the forward lines.In 10 games this season, Hedman has two goals and nine points, as well as a plus/minus rating of minus-2, while Maroon has a goal and three points in nine games. The Tampa Bay Lightning lost two players in Tuesday’s game against New York Rangers.No. 1 defenseman Victor Hedman and gritty forward Pat Maroon both left the ice with injury in the first period. Maroon was the first to leave the ice  after a fight with Rangers forward Michael Haley. The 31-year-old forward went down hard after taking a punch to the head to end his tussle with Haley and immediately exited the playing surface for the Lightning locker room. The team later  announced he would sit out the remainder of Tuesday’s game.last_img read more