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Authorities Monday profile

launch CAFB’s Strickland wins top female


investigation ‘Alpha Warrior’ honor
after body
found in
Rockhill
Foul play suspected; no
one in custody yet
Dispatch Staff Report

Oktibbeha County Authorities


have launched a criminal investi-
gation concerning a female’s body
that was found Sunday morning in
the Rockhill community north of
Starkville.
Coroner Michael Hunt said the
body was found outside at about
6 a.m., and foul play is suspected.
However, authorities have not iden-
tified or arrested any suspects, the
sheriff’s office confirmed.
The body has been sent to the
State Medical Examiner’s Office in
Pearl. Though Hunt said the victim
has been identified and her family
members notified, new medical ex-
aminer’s protocol has advised him
to withhold the identity from the
public until after the preliminary
autopsy, which should be complete
this week.
The sheriff’s office also declined
to release the victim’s name but
confirmed the Mississippi Bureau
of Investigation is assisting with
the case.

New owner brings Second Lt. Michelle Strickland works out on the rig at Columbus Air Force Base earlier this year. Strickland won first
Courtesy photo

variety of changes place in the female division of Alpha Warrior, a Department of Defense-wide physical training and ability competition.

to movie theater Student pilot at


base places first
Free popcorn refill, $5
in Department of
Tuesdays introduced
Defense-wide physical
By Tess Vrbin
tvrbin@cdispatch.com fitness competition
What once was a medium pop- BY ISABELLE ALTMAN
corn at Hollywood Premier Cine- ialtman@cdispatch.com

S
mas is now a small, and the price of
a small has doubled. econd Lt. Michelle Strickland
This won’t deter Mathiston resi- was in the gym at Columbus
dent Angela Boutwell from buying Air Force Base in May when
popcorn on her way into the the- she noticed a flier on wall adver-
ater, she said. tising the base’s Alpha Warrior
“The only thing that might make competition.
Strickland said she zeroed in
me not want to come is if the prices Isabelle Altman/Dispatch Staff
on the flier’s picture of the rig — a
of the tickets went up a lot,” Bout- Second Lt. Michelle Strickland and Monika Ambrukaityte examine Strick-
structure containing bars, hoops
well said. land’s first place medal and trading card she earned at the Alpha Warrior
and other equipment to test upper competition in downtown Columbus Thursday. Strickland was the top
The spike in concession prices
body strength and physical agil- female champion in the competition’s inter-service battle between athletes
and sizes is just one change that
ity — and thought it looked like from the Army, Navy and Air Force in San Antonio, Texas on Sept. 14.
resulted from United Entertain-
fun, so she asked the gym’s fitness
ment Corp. purchasing Hollywood instructor if she could watch the all the exercises. I went through it, petition in Alabama in June. Within
Premier Cinemas on Sept. 13. The competition. and I got a really good time.” a few months — on Sept. 14 — she
Minnesota-based corporation owns “She asked, ‘Do you want to try Not only did Strickland get a became the top female champion
22 movie theaters nationwide. it?’” Strickland remembered. “I good time on the course, she won in the Alpha Warrior’s inter-service
Ticket prices remain the same, said, ‘I don’t know how to do any of first place in the base’s female divi- battle between the Army, Navy and
but the theater now has additional this, I don’t think I can do any of it, sion, which automatically made her Air Force.
showtimes, a loyalty card system, but I’ll gladly try it.’ She explained a contender for the regional com- See Strickland, 6A
one free popcorn refill per visit
and kiosks in the lobby to redeem
See Movie theater, 3A

Weather Five Questions Calendar Local Folks Public


1 What is the brightest star in the night Tuesday meetings
sky — Arcturus, Polaris, or Sirius? Sept. 27:
■ Jazz at Renasant: The
2 In addition to rye bread spread Starkville Board
with Russian dressing, what three Starkville/MSU Symphony jazz
of Aldermen work
main ingredients make up a Reuben combo presents this free outdoor
session, 1:15
sandwich? concert at 6 p.m. at Renasant
p.m., City Hall
3 What festival temporarily creates Plaza, 500 E. Lampkin St. in
Black Rock City each year in the Neva- Oct. 1: Starkville
Levi Steinback downtown Starkville For more
da desert? Board of
Second grade, Caledonia information, visit starkvillesym-
4 What faux band from a rock mocku- Aldermen, 5:30
phony.org.

91 Low 71
mentary has employed more than one p.m., City Hall
High exploding drummer? Oct. 7: Oktibbeha
Partly sunny
5 What New England senator gifted the
Obamas with their first pup, a Portu-
Sept. 24-27, 29 County Board of
Full forecast on ■ “Pride and Prejudice”: Supervisors, 5:30
guese water dog, in 2009?
page 2A. Starkville Community Theatre p.m., Chancery
Answers, 6B
presents this play by Kate Hamill, Courthouse
based on the Jane Austen novel, Oct. 8: SOCSD
at 7:30 p.m. (except 2 p.m. Sun- Board of
Inside days) at the Playhouse on Main, Dominique Roby likes to “tell peo- Trustees regular
Classifieds 5B Dear Abby 4B 108 E. Main St., Starkville. Tick- ple what’s right when they’re wrong.” meeting, 6 p.m.,
Comics 4B Obituaries 5A ets are $15; $10 for students, at She also likes to listen to church Greensboro
Crossword 6B Opinions 4A 662-323-6855. music, joke around and have fun. Center

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Monday
Say What?
Did you hear? “They came out here prepared to play us.
‘Thrones,’ ‘Fleabag’ top Emmys, I think we were resilient.”
Dallas Cowboy’s wide receiver Amari Coo-
per after the team’s Sunday win over the
Billy Porter makes history Miami Dolphins 31-6. Story, 1B.

Porter is the first openly gay man to


win a best drama series acting Emmy
By LYNN ELBER creator and star, Phoebe
Trump suggests he raised the
Bidens with Ukraine’s president
AP Television Writer Waller-Bridge, as well as a
best director trophy.
LOS ANGELES — “This is getting ridicu-
“Game of Thrones” resur- lous,” Waller-Bridge said in
rected the Iron Throne at
Sunday’s Emmy ceremony,
her third trip to the stage to Matter has sparked a fierce debate over whether ligence Committee, Rep. Adam
Schiff, D-Calif., said Sunday on
collect the top trophy.
ruling as top drama on a
night of surprises in which
Her acting win blocked president misused his office for political gain CNN’s “State of the Union” that
“we may very well have crossed the
“Veep” star Julia Lou-
“Pose” star Billy Porter is-Dreyfus from setting a By DARLENE SUPERVILLE Ukraine,” Trump said as he left the Rubicon here.”
made history and the com- The Associated Press White House for a trip to Texas. A person familiar with the mat-
record as the most-honored
edy series “Fleabag” led a performer in Emmy history. Biden, who is among the ter has told The Associated Press
British invasion that over- WA S H I N G T O N front-runners for the Democratic that Trump urged Zelenskiy to in-
“Fleabag’s” showing denied
turned expectations. — President Don- presidential nomination, accused vestigate Hunter Biden. The per-
a fond farewell for its final
“This all started in the ald Trump suggest- Trump of making a baseless polit- son wasn’t authorized to discuss
season.
demented mind of George ed that he raised the issue publicly and spoke on the
“Nooooo!” a ical smear.
R.R. Martin,” said “Game of former Vice Presi-
shocked-looking Waller- The matter has sparked a fierce condition of anonymity.
Thrones” producer David dent Joe Biden and
Bridge said as Louis-Drey- debate over whether Trump mis- “Ukraine’s got a lot of prob-
Benioff, thanking the au- Biden’s son in a
fus smiled for the cameras. used his office for political gain lems,” Trump said at the White
thor whose novels were the summer phone call
“Oh, my God, no. Thank and whether his administration is House. “The new president is say-
basis of HBO’s fantasy saga. with Ukraine’s new Trump
you. I find acting really withholding from Congress critical ing that he’s going to be able to rid
Porter, who stars in the leader, as Democrats pressed for
hard and really painful. But information about his actions. The the country of corruption and I said
FX drama set in the LGBTQ investigations into whether Trump
it’s all about this,” she said, incident is part of a whistleblower that would be a great thing. We had
ball scene of the late 20th improperly used his office to try to
her acting trophy firmly in complaint, but the acting director a great conversation. We had a con-
century, became the first dig up damaging information about
hand. of national intelligence, Joseph Ma- versation on many things.”
openly gay man to win a a political rival.
In accepting the writing guire, has refused to share details Hunter Biden was hired by the
best drama series acting Trump told reporters that the
award earlier, she called the with lawmakers, citing presidential Ukrainian gas company Burisma
Emmy. July 25 call with Ukrainian Pres-
Emmy recognition proof privilege. Holdings in April 2014, two months
“God bless you all. The ident Volodymyr Zelenskiy was
that “a dirty, pervy, messed- Democratic House Speaker Nan- after Ukraine’s Russia-friendly
category is love, you all, “congratulatory” and focused on
up woman can make it to cy Pelosi, who has resisted calls president was ousted by protesters
love. I’m so overjoyed and corruption in the East European
the Emmys.” for impeachment for other alleged and as his father was heavily in-
so overwhelmed to have nation. In his remarks to reporters,
Porter, a Tony and Gram- Trump transgressions, said Sunday volved in U.S. efforts to support the
lived to see this day,” said an he then raised Biden as an exam-
my Award winning per- that unless Maguire provides infor- new pro-Western government and
exuberant Porter, resplen- ple, although there is no evidence
former, relished his ground- mation to Congress, administration its pledge to fight corruption. The
dent in a sparkling suit and of wrongdoing by Biden or his son
breaking moment. Quoting officials “will be entering a grave hiring of the younger Biden im-
swooping hat. Hunter, who was on the board of a
the late writer James Bald-
Ukrainian gas company. new chapter of lawlessness which mediately raised concerns that the
Amazon’s “Fleabag,” a win, he said it took him
“It was largely the fact that we will take us into a whole new stage Ukrainian firm, whose owner was
dark comedy about a dys- many years to believe he
don’t want our people, like Vice of investigation.” a political ally of the ousted presi-
functional woman, was has the right to exist.
President Biden and his son, creat- Another impeachment holdout, dent, was seeking to gain influence
honored as best comedy “I have the right, you
ing to the corruption already in the the chairman of the House Intel- with the Obama administration.
and earned writing and top have the right, we all have
acting honors for its British the right,” he said.

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Under the capitol dome

Analysis: Candidates spin numbers on government employment


State Personnel Board: 64 percent of He said that when the pre-
vious budget year ended June
cal responsibility works for the
taxpayers,” Reeves said.
for state employees, not only
because of their hard work but
Mississippi government workers earn less 30, Mississippi government
had 88,280 fulltime employees.
Speaking without notes,
Reeves said: “We’ve seen a 15
because they’ve been neglected
for so long,” Hood said.
than the average salary of all Mississippians That includes the educators,
the governor’s staff and the leg-
percent increase in wages for
state employees.” The correct
Many state employees have
received raises in recent years,
By EMILY The Personnel Board pro- islative branch. The number of figure is 11 percent. including some during the cur-
WAGSTER PET TUS vides services for big agencies employees under the Personnel Reeves continued: “I think rent budget year.
The Associated Press like the Division of Medicaid Board umbrella as of that date that is a very strong and very The $38,364 salary average
and the Department of Cor- was 26,414. That had decreased positive trend. We’ve got a lot of for the Personnel Board-cov-
JACKSON — Mississippi rections and tiny ones like the from 30,353 in June 2014. state employees who work very,
has about 3,900 fewer state gov- ered state employees is slight-
Board of Barber Examiners. The average salary for em- very hard, that deserve more ly lower than $39,420 average
ernment employees now than it The Personnel Board does ployees overseen by the Per- pay.”
did five years ago, and the em- salary for all Mississippians in
not provide services for public sonnel Board was $38,364 this The Democratic nominee public and private sector jobs,
ployees’ average salary has in- school teachers, who make up June, up from $34,655 in June for governor, Attorney General
creased by about $3,700. and much lower than $51,960
39 percent of the state govern- 2014. Jim Hood, does not have a role
The statistics are from the average salary for all U.S. work-
ment workforce; employees State employees tend to in writing the state budget, but
Mississippi State Personnel ers.
of the Institutions of Higher closely watch the operation of has advocated pay raises for
Board, and candidates are put- Hardwick said 64 percent of
Learning, who make up 24 per- state government, and they are state employees. He often crit-
ting their own spin on them in cent; employees of community often among the groups that icizes the Republican-led Legis- Mississippi government work-
this year’s race for governor. colleges, who make up 7 per- politicians will try to please lature for approving corporate ers earn less than the average
The numbers should be ac- cent; or employees of the gover- during election years. tax cuts in recent years, and he salary of all Mississippians, and
companied by an asterisk. They nor’s office and the legislative Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves is the doubled down on that in a cam- 84 percent of Mississippi gov-
only cover about 30 percent of branch, who, combined, make Republican nominee for gov- paign statement Friday, saying: ernment workers earn less than
the people who work fulltime up less than 1 percent. ernor and serves on the Joint “Tate Reeves has sold out the the average American salary.
for state government — those Kelly Hardwick, the Person- Legislative Budget Committee. working families of Mississippi, The average pay of state gov-
at the 121 agencies, boards nel Board executive director, He cited the Personnel Board including state workers, by giv- ernment workers in Mississippi
and commissions where the spoke to members of the Joint statistics about smaller govern- ing our money to out-of-state also lags behind the average pay
Personnel Board has a role in Legislative Budget Committee ment and higher salaries last corporations.” of state government workers in
filling jobs, handling employ- on Sept. 13 as they started con- week as he toured a heavy ma- “Meanwhile, state em- the four surrounding states:
ment grievances and ensuring sidering state agencies’ spend- chinery business in the Jackson ployees have gone without an $41,673 in Arkansas; $47,055 in
that the employers comply with ing requests for the coming suburb of Flowood. across-the-board pay raise for Alabama; $47,217 in Louisiana;
state laws and policies. year. “The fact of the matter is, fis- 12 years. ... I support a pay raise and $51,685 in Tennessee.

Movie theater
Continued from Page 1A
tickets bought online. is,” Parsley said. change is that the line
Showtimes used to begin Dee Dee Larson of to get into the building
at 7 p.m. Monday through Starkville said she liked might stretch out the door
Thursday, 4 p.m. on Fri- the digital sign giving sometimes, Haslett said.
day and 2 p.m. on week- directions to each movie The impact of the
ends. Now showtimes and the more spacious changes on both the busi-
begin at 4 p.m. Monday layout of the lobby, which ness and the clientele
through Friday and noon was previously roped off remains to be seen, but
on weekends. to direct traffic to the Parsley said it is import-
Additionally, tickets bathrooms and toward ant for customers to know
will cost only $5 per seat the theaters. Ford agreed that the theater has the
every Tuesday, and the that the lobby is less “con- same management and
concessions area will gested” with the ticket staff.
soon have a self-serve podium up front near the “We’re still going to
drink station. Digital entrance and the rest of try to treat everybody the
signs have gone up in- the lobby open for people best we can and with the
side the building, both at to move freely. best customer service
concessions and above The downside of that that we can,” Parsley said.
each individual theater,
and will soon be outside
as well, General Manager
Seth Parsley said.
Almost the entire staff
was rehired after the pur-
chase, he said. Tess Vrbin/Dispatch Staff
Hollywood Premier Dee Dee Larson of Starkville sprinkles cheesy topping on her popcorn on her way
Cinemas has been in into a movie at Hollywood Premier Cinemas on Sunday. The previously family-owned
Starkville since 2000 theater is now owned by United Entertainment Corp., and the resulting changes
and originally had eight include additional showtimes and larger, more expensive popcorn buckets.
screens but expanded to
11 in 2008. It hosts Missis- wood Premier Cinemas gain is great, but they Burns Morrison, Mis-
sippi’s oldest film festival, and have owned North- increased the food prices sissippi State University
the Magnolia Indepen- gate Cinema in Louisville and they’re (probably) go- graduates visiting from
dent Film Festival, “the since 1997. They decided ing to lose a lot of money Denver.
Mag” for short. This year to sell the Starkville the- at concessions,” said Jus- Miller said he will
it showed 32 films from ater “for personal rea- tin Miller, who came to probably take advantage
countries including the sons,” John Clark said. the theater Sunday with a of $5 Bargain Tuesdays.
United States, the United “No particular reason, group of friends. “I’ll probably come and
Kingdom, Portugal, Ita- except we have some Even so, concessions see stuff I like to see that
ly, Denmark and China things going on and de- are no more expensive (Ballard) doesn’t, and
from Feb. 28 to March cided to change direc- here than they are at mov- then we’ll come together
2. The festival began 22 tion,” he said. ie theaters in other cities, on Sundays,” he said.
years ago in West Point Just more than a week Miller and his friends The first $5 Bargain
and came to Starkville 19 into the new ownership, Taylor Robbins and Zack Tuesday was “definitely
years ago. regular customers shared Ford all agreed. busier than it normally
John and Carol Clark, a variety of opinions with Higher prices for more
who live in Louisville, The Dispatch. popcorn is a reasonable
built and opened Holly- “The Tuesday $5 bar- trade-off, said Neely and

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Possumhaw
Take the sting out of fall
“I never panic fish pond where next. In a couple of days, we
when I get a wasp at there’s a water had swatted about 20. Still, we
my ear. As soon as dripper. I often sit could find no point of entry.
you strike out, they’ll there myself being That evening one of the little
sting you. So just refreshed. Fox fellows attached to my neck
stay cool.” squirrels don’t risk with a fierce sting. Resorting
Martin McGin- coming so close, to the internet we learned they
ness, Irish Repub- but now he seeks are called southern yellow
lican politician water sources. Not wasps or yellow jackets. They
(1950-2017) unlike the birds can sting multiple times, and if
splashing in the you are allergic, can be deadly.
It was midday cats’ water bowl. We are not allergic. They are
and only 79 de- Shannon Bardwell I’ve dispersed looking for water and food
grees; the wind was water bowls in var- sources this time of year, just
slightly blowing ious places for the like the fox squirrel and the
while clouds covered the sky. cats. The one atop the picnic splashing birds.
Hallelujah, a little break in table has attracted the birds. Should you get stung by a
the weather, though the earth Three birds take turns flitting yellow jacket and you are not
was still dry and desert-like. in and out of the water bowl. allergic (an allergic reaction is
After all the floods of spring They seem to bathe as much wonder they are also known as honeybees, pollinators; I hate a medical emergency), there
and early summer we thirst as drink. Do the cats arrive surprise lilies. The lilies are a to kill them.” are many home remedies: a
for water. The ground cracks, and think, “Somebody’s been welcomed surprise, but some I turned them over and cold compress using a water
the leaves fall or hang limp. bathing in my water bowl!” visitors are not so welcomed. over, noticing they were quite bottle or bag of frozen vege-
A truck passes on the gravel There is a birdbath, but the First there was one, and small and not furry. The wings tables, a baking soda paste or
road, leaving a cloud of thick birds seem to enjoy flaunting then another, and then they were clear. The stripes were vinegar compress. You can
dust that settles on everything themselves in the cats’ water became regulars. One by yellow and black. “I think apply honey, a slice of onion,
like a winter blanket. bowl. one what we thought were they are a type of wasp,” Sam common ammonia, or white
Through the window I see a Past the picnic table and small bees were showing said. “I’ve seen them come toothpaste. The sting and the
fox squirrel at the edge of the into the woods, spider lilies up on the inside windows of out of the ground when I was swelling should abate.
perennial garden. He hops to spring up as if by the hour. the sunroom. Sam swatted a mowing.” Email reaches Shannon
the top of the fence and then You never know when and couple and I picked them up The next day there were a Bardwell of Columbus at msdel-
over. He’s headed to the gold- where they will sprout. No to examine them. “Oh, they’re few more, and a few more the tachild@msn.com.

Letter to the editor


Voice of the people
Comments on national news
If the clowns calling for impeach-
ment of Judge Kavanaugh and Pres-
ident Trump, would look at their
own party members and clean their
own house, we as a nation would be
better off. News flash: Democrats,
you lost in 2016; get over it. Let
the system work, do your job and
concentrate on making “America
Great Again.” Quit acting like a
spoiled child that didn’t get their
way. Now the democrats are having
another hearing trying to get Mr.
Lewandowski to throw President
Trump under the bus. Didn’t work,
as Mr. Lewandowski made them
look like fools. Nothing matters
to that group except to try to get
Trump. Millions spent on the Russia
investigation fiasco without any-
thing found. The Dems are for open
borders to improve their voter base.
Give illegals all the benefits and
privileges so they will vote for them.
The Dems want tax records from
a man that is working for nothing. State of the world
That shows an amount of stupidity
that is off the scale. We have Iran
trying to intimidate us with an
attack on Saudi oil refineries and
Can Trump still avoid war with Iran?
the Dems are making news, about a President Donald Trump Houthi rebels resisting Saudi Iran has shown the ability to do that,
“whistle Blower”, some where, that does not want war with Iran. intervention in Yemen. and, apparently, neither we nor the
heard something, that many other America does not want war The demands Pompeo Saudis have the defenses to prevent such
would have heard and no body has with Iran. Even the Senate made were those that victo- an attack.
come forward until now. The “Deep Republicans are advising rious nations impose upon A more fundamental question arises:
State” operatives are still in the against military action in re- the defeated or defenseless. If the United States was not attacked,
inter circle within the White House. sponse to that attack on Saudi Pompeo’s problem: Iran was why is it our duty to respond militarily to
When your house is infested with Arabia’s oil facilities. neither. an attack on Saudi Arabia?
rodents it takes a while to get rid “All of us (should) get Hezbollah is dominant in Saudi Arabia is not a member of
of them. You would think some in together and exchange ideas, Lebanon. Along with Russia NATO. It is not a treaty ally. The Middle
D.C have their heads stuck so far respectfully, and come to a and Hezbollah, Iran and East Security Alliance or “Arab NATO”
where the sun doesn’t shine, they consensus -- and that should its militias enabled Bashar chatted up a year ago to contain Iran —
don’t know what day it is. A case of be bipartisan,” says Senate Patrick J. Buchanan Assad to emerge victorious of Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the
fiddling or fooling around trying to Foreign Relations Committee in an eight-year Syrian civil Arab Gulf states — was stillborn. We are
get the goods on MY president, that Chairman Jim Risch of Idaho. war. And the scores of thousands of under no obligation to fight the Saudis’
a threat to our nations security is When Lindsey Graham said the Iranian-trained and -allied Shiite militia war.
not even mentioned. Hypocrites or White House had shown “weakness” and fighters in the Popular Mobilization Nor is Saudi Arabia a natural Ameri-
dimwits, I can’t decide, but if these urged retaliatory strikes for what Secre- Forces in Iraq outnumber the 5,200 U.S. can ally.
Socialist leaning nuts get control of tary of State Mike Pompeo calls Iran’s troops there 20 times over. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Sal-
this great country, we’re in serious “act of war,” the president backhanded Hence Tehran’s defiant answer to man runs an Islamic autocracy.
trouble. I am going to keep my guns, his golfing buddy: Pompeo’s 12 demands: He inserted himself into first position
I am going to protect the unborn, I “It’s very easy to attack, but if you ask We will not capitulate, and if your in the line of succession to the throne
support prayer in schools, I sup- Lindsey ... ask him how did going into sanctions prevent our oil from reaching of his father, who’s in failing health. He
port a secure border and a strong the Middle East ... work out. And how did our traditional buyers, we will prevent locked up his brother princes at the
military. I am a flag waving, proud Iraq work out?” the oil of your Sunni allies from getting Riyadh Ritz Carlton to shake them down
American. Help me make and keep Still, if neither America nor Iran wants out of the Persian Gulf. for billions of dollars.
America strong and great. If you are war, what has brought us to the brink? Hence, this summer, we saw tankers He summoned the prime minister
a praying person, pray that we can Answer: The policy imposed by sabotaged and seized in the Gulf, insur- of Lebanon to the kingdom, where the
save this great country. As JFK said, Trump, Pompeo and John Bolton after ance rates for tanker traffic surge, Iran crown prince forced him to resign in hu-
“Ask not what your country can do our unilateral withdrawal from the Iran shoot-down a $130 million U.S. Predator miliation. He has ostracized Qatar from
for you, but what you can do for your nuclear deal. drone, and, a week ago, an attack on Arab Gulf councils. He has been accused
country”. Our course was fixed by the policy we Saudi oil production facilities that cut of complicity in the murder of Washing-
God Bless America. chose to pursue. Riyadh’s exports in half. ton Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in
Lee Roy Lollar Imposing on Iran the most severe This has been followed by an Irani- Istanbul.
Columbus sanctions ever by one modern nation on an warning that a Saudi attack on Iran With his U.S.-built and bought air
another, short of war, the U.S., through means war, and a U.S. attack will be force, the Crown Prince has made a hell
A letter to the editor is an excellent “maximum pressure,” sought to break met with a counterattack. We don’t want on earth of Yemen to crush the Houthis
way to participate in your communi- the Iranian regime and bend it to Amer- war, the Iranians are saying, but if the rebels who hold the capital.
ty. We request the tone of your letters ica’s will. alternative is to choke to death under The question President Trump con-
be constructive and respectful and the Submit to U.S. demands, we told Teh- U.S. sanctions, we will use our weapons fronts today:
length be limited to 450 words. We ran, or watch your economy crumble and to fight yours. How does he get his country back off
welcome all letters emailed to voice@ collapse and your people rise up in revolt America might emerge victorious in the limb he climbed out on while listen-
cdispatch.com or mailed to The Dis- and overthrow your regime. such a war, but the cost could be calam- ing to the Republican neocons and hawks
patch, Attn: Letters to the Editor, PO Among the 12 demands issued by itous, imperiling that fifth of the world’s he defeated in 2016, but who have had
Box 511, Columbus, MS 39703-0511. Pompeo: oil that traverses the Strait of Hormuz, an inordinate influence over his foreign
End all enrichment of uranium or and causing a global recession. policy?
processing of plutonium. Halt all testing Yet even if there is no U.S. or Saudi Patrick J. Buchanan, a nationally
of ballistic missiles. Cut off Hezbollah military response to Saturday’s attack, syndicated columnist, was a senior advisor
Give the gift of books. in Lebanon and Hamas in Gaza. Disarm what is to prevent Iran from ordering a to presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford
Imagination Library and demobilize Shiite militias in Syria second strike that shuts down more Arab and Ronald Reagan. His website is http://
and Iraq. Terminate support for the Gulf oil production? buchanan.org/blog.
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Tennessee abortion clinics


hope to defeat waiting period
Tennessee is one of 14 states with state attorneys will get a
chance to argue in favor
laws requiring women to make two of a 24-hour waiting pe-
riod after a state appeals
trips to an abortion clinic court decision last month.
It overturned a circuit
By TRAVIS LOLLER by allowing them time to court judge’s 2018 deci-
The Associated Press reflect on their decisions. sion to throw out the law
Some women chose never as unconstitutional with-
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — to go back for the second out a trial.
A federal judge will hear appointment, they argue
opening statements Mon- in court filings.
day in a lawsuit challeng- The clinics will try to
ing Tennessee’s 48-hour show there is little evi-
waiting period before dence of a benefit to wom-
abortions. en. They say in court pa-
Five of the state’s sev- pers that the law has the
en abortion clinics are su- practical effect of delay-
ing over the law, claiming ing abortions much more
it violates the U.S. Con- than 48 hours, forcing
stitution. They will try to some women into second
prove in federal court in trimester abortions with a
Nashville that it places an greater chance of compli-
undue burden on women cations. Tammy L. Prescott
seeking abortions. Proving that the law Visitation:
Monday, Sept. 23 • 1-3 PM
Tennessee is one of 14 poses an undue burden on First U.M. Church
states with laws requir- women is highly depen- Services:
ing women to make two dent on the individual cir- Monday, Sept. 23 • 3 PM
First U.M. Church
trips to an abortion clinic, cumstances of the state. Burial
first for mandatory coun- In 1992, the U.S. Su- Piney Grove Cemetery
seling and then for the preme Court upheld a 2nd Ave. North Location
abortion, according to the 24-hour waiting period in
Guttmacher Institute, a Pennsylvania. But in Iowa Joseph Brady Jr.
Private Family
research group that sup- last year, the state Su- Graveside Service:
ports abortion rights. preme Court struck down Tuesday, Sept. 24
Attorneys for the state a 72-hour waiting period Okolona, MS
2nd Ave. North Location
plan to argue the waiting there as unconstitutional.
period benefits women Meanwhile in Florida,
James Carr Jr.
Incomplete
College St. Location

Vernon Studdard
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$2B waterway through Deep


South yet to yield promised boom
234-mile Tennessee- businesses closed this spring.
Promoters say the waterway gen-
would,” said Mitch Mays, adminis-
trator of the Tennessee-Tombigbee
Tombigbee Waterway erates more than $8 billion annually
in economic benefits and more than
Waterway Development Author-
ity. Alabama and Mississippi are
opened in 1985 24,000 jobs. Tons of wood products,
steel, chemicals, crushed rock and
making new efforts to promote the
Tenn-Tom, he said.
By JAY REEVES grain ply the waterway each year. Officials say there’s no single
The Associated Press Hundreds of boats and yachts pass reason companies didn’t flock to
through annually while traveling the waterway. The rise of overseas
Editor’s note: A partial version the “Great Loop” from the Great industry hurt domestic businesses
of this story ran in an edition of The Lakes to the Florida Keys, a benefit just as promoters were trying to sell
Dispatch last week. The wire story is not expected by early proponents. the Tenn-Tom as a new route. Some
being re-run in full this week to in- The Erie Canal boosted New blame the decline of coal and poor
clude local quotes and perspective. York City by creating a pathway to promotion for the lack of growth;
the port from the Great Lakes after others cite an inadequate workforce
EPES, Ala. — More than a centu- it opened in 1825. Around the same and the inertia of generational pov-
ry in the making, the 234-mile Ten- time, building a shorter route to the erty.
nessee-Tombigbee Waterway was Gulf was first proposed shortly af- “The poor counties that were
supposed to fulfill a dream of “or- ter the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, poor and were in poverty were that
derly growth and prosperity” when and Congress authorized a study in way for other reasons,” said Allison
it opened in 1985, snaking its way 1874. Brantley, who promotes economic
through the poor, rural Deep South. Traffic on the Tennessee Riv- development in Sumter through the
It hasn’t worked out that way. er had to swing hundreds of miles University of West Alabama.
Delayed for decades by environ- north to connect with the Ohio and
mental concerns and detractors
who called the project a boondog-
Mississippi Rivers, long the main
water route from the central United
Reducing poverty
Some communities have fared
gle, the $2 billion shipping shortcut States to the Gulf. The idea was that well.
to the Gulf of Mexico — best known connecting the Tennessee to the Dependable waterway access
as the Tenn-Tom, or more derisive- Tombigbee River would lure traffic combined with aggressive market-
ly, the “big ditch” — has never come from the Mississippi. ing by economic developers has
close to traffic projections used to
helped reduce poverty over the past
sell it to the public, and poverty
rates have increased in most of the
Breaking ground three decades in the northeastern
The waterway eventually was ap- Mississippi counties of Itawamba,
counties it flows through in Missis-
proved in 1946, but funding stalled Lowndes and Monroe. With jobs
sippi and Alabama.
when opponents challenged it as available, the population is holding
There are pockets of relative unrealistic, saying it had been en- steady or rising slightly in each
prosperity where the manmade wa- gineered by powerful Southern county.
terway connecting the Tennessee legislators to bring federal dollars In Columbus, a mill now operat-
River from Pickwick Lake to the to an impoverished region. Officials ed by Steel Dynamics is at the cen-
Black Warrior-Tombigbee River didn’t break ground on the Tenn- ter of an industrial hub that includes
system near Demopolis has helped Tom until 1971 after an environ- aerospace companies, a diesel en-
lure industry. Yet these days, some- mental lawsuit was resolved. gine plant, a nearby tire plant and a
one fishing along its banks is about Thousands of workers built a new, $42 million “communiversity”
as likely to see retirees headed series of 10 locks and a navigable, that will train workers. The town
to the Florida Keys on their cabin 300-foot-wide waterway with a min- had a head start because of an Air
cruiser as they are a tugboat push- imum channel depth of 9 feet. More Force base that has provided jobs
ing a string of barges. than four times as long as the Pan- for decades.
ama Canal, it was, at the time, the Tugboat captain Ty Banks
‘It was the hope’ Army Corps of Engineers’ largest watched from a boat deck as a
“It was the greatest thing that infrastructure project ever. massive crane unloaded scrap met-
was going to happen. It was the The Corps and supporters justi- al brought up the Tenn-Tom for
thing. It was the hope,” body shop fied the spending with predictions Steel Dynamics, which manufac-
owner Walter Porter said. “Now it’s that shippers would send 29 million tures enormous steel rolls that are
just a ditch.” tons up and down the Tenn-Tom shipped on the waterway.
Porter is mayor of tiny Epes, annually, and the opening ceremo- “If it’s not here, I don’t have a
where an $8 million port meant ny proclaimed it the pathway “to a job,” said Banks, who works for
to help spur development in rural dream of orderly growth and pros- Watco, a port services company.
Sumter County sits unused near perity for all the people of this re- Business also is humming on
the Mississippi state line. The lone gion, and for the nation as a whole.” the Alabama side at Fred Hansard’s
company that regularly used the However, Corps statistics show marina, the Demopolis Yacht Basin.
port, Mannington Mills Inc., said it an average of only 7.2 million tons Wet slips are full of small boats and
switched to other shipping means of cargo traveled the Tenn-Tom an- yachts, and tugboat captains buy
in 2001. nually over the past decade, just a hundreds of gallons of fuel at a time.
Sumter hasn’t been able to cap- quarter of the initial forecast. By But Hansard said he hoped for so
italize on the waterway or much comparison, about 304 million tons much more. The government con-
anything else. Its poverty rate of cargo went up or down the Mis- structed a great waterway, he said,
increased about 20 percentage sissippi River, which can accom- but the boom never came.
points, to an estimated 36 percent, modate much larger loads, over the “If you run a road through a des-
from 1980 through 2017. Its popu- same period. ert, even if it’s a great road, is it not
lation, now about 13,000, has been “It’s the lack of development. It just a road through a desert?” Han-
in steady decline. One of Epes’ few just hasn’t been what they thought it sard said.

Strickland
Continued from Page 1A
“To be able to get first
in a competition like this,
where I am representing
the Air Force and I am
representing this new
way of training and of
being a functional, fit
fighter, was pretty cool,”
Strickland said.
Strickland, a California
native in pilot training at
CAFB, has been running
off “excess energy” at the
gym the past four years,
ever since she became a
vegan. She said she had
become frustrated at her
inability to get into the
kind of shape she wanted.
So after some research,
she switched to an entire-
ly plant-based diet.
“Your body runs in the
way that it’s supposed to,
the way that it’s designed Courtesy photo
to,” she said. “So you start Second Lt. Michelle Strickland of Columbus Air Force Base works through obstacles
becoming a machine. It in the Alpha Warrior competition’s Inter-Service Battle, a physical fitness and agility
feels amazing. Mental competition between top athletes in the Army, Navy and Air Force, at Renata Park
in San Antonio, Texas on Sept. 14. Strickland, who is training to be a fighter pilot at
clarity, physical clarity. CAFB, placed first in the competition’s female division.
I was able to shed all the
excess body weight that I more teaching me about run, in which the compet- the appeal of the compe-
wanted to.” it and how she could itors had to sprint while tition was knowing that
She also found she make delicious meals. … attached to a bungee cord kind of fitness would
loves cooking vegan I ended up feeling really exerting 150 pounds of help her with fighter
recipes — so much so good.” force against them. pilot training, which is
that she wrote a cook- “It was just this giant extremely physically de-
book of more than 40 maze of things,” Strick- manding. Some Air Force
recipes, which she gives Top warrior land said. fighter squadrons are al-
out to friends and fami- In San Antonio, Strick- Strickland’s time was ready implementing some
ly. Her partner Monika land was one of three just more than 25 min- of the challenges in their
Ambrukaityte, who has females who represented utes. The slowest com- required fitness routine
been dating Strickland the Air Force in the final petitor’s time through for pilots, she said.
more than two years and inter-service battle. the course was about 55 Of course, Strickland
who moved to Columbus The rig included 16 minutes, she said. added, it’s also fun.
with her earlier this year, large structures with “I see what she does “It was definitely the
called her “an amazing” smaller obstacles in in the gym on a day-to- most physically demand-
cook. between. The challenges day basis, but I’ve never ing thing I’ve ever done in
“Michelle got me to included things like sand seen her do anything like my life,” she said. “But it
go vegan,” Ambrukaityte bag tosses, squats, push- that,” said Ambrukaityte. was also really fun. I felt
said. “… For her it was ups and an accelerator For Strickland, part of like a kid.”
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Mississippi State Bulldogs running back Kylin Hill (8) runs the ball as he is defended by Kentucky Wildcats defensive back Brandin Echols (26) during the first quarter at
Davis Wade Stadium.

By Ben Portnoy
Hill takes to the air again
missed opportunities, Mis- 14 early in the second quar- as the offensive line down- Hitting the open field, declared a score on the
bportnoy@cdispatch.com sissippi State responded in ter — a lead the Bulldogs blocked to the left. Hill neared the edge of the field. It stood.
a big way Saturday against would not relent. At left tackle, senior Tyre sideline with Mitchell out “I don’t know where
STARKVILLE — Hap- Kentucky. With junior receiver Phillips chipped Kentucky in front blocking. With five he got that from, where
py Monday, folks. As has Downing the Wildcats Osirus Mitchell split out defensive end Kordell Loo- Kentucky defenders bear- he’s been practicing that,”
become our weekly tradi- 28-13, it was leading rush- wide on the left side of the ney, before moving to the ing down on the left pylon, Thomas said of the jump
tion, it’s time for the latest er Kylin Hill who led the formation, senior receiver second level of the defense Hill began his ascent. Plant- through a laugh. “But it’s
edition of Portnoy’s Play- Bulldog offense to 421 total Deddrick Thomas lined and blocking a scrambling ing and leaping, he took off working.”
book. yards. Hill, who is the third up in the slot. On the right, Wildcats linebacker Chris from the four yard line — Fresh off Shrader’s dra-
For those of you joining leading rusher in college sophomore Devonta Jason Oats. jumping over Mitchell and matic helicopter spin on
me for the first time, here’s football, gashed the Ken- was the lone receiver wide. Behind the play, Green Wildcat defensive back Ce- fourth down against Kansas
the deal: Each week I will tucky defense for 120 yards In the backfield, senior arrived late to the edge, drick Dort Jr. State and Hill’s hurdling an-
break down one play that and three touchdowns on tight end Farrod Green stood forcing Hill around the cor- Nearing the pylon in tics against Southern Miss,
made or broke the previous 26 carries — marking the in a pseudo-fullback spot ner and toward the sideline mid-air, Oats and safety this week’s display from the
Saturday’s game. Wheth- fourth-straight contest he’s behind right guard Stewart instead of inside as the play Tyrell Ajian collide with Columbus native is just the
er it be offense, defense or eclipsed 100 yards. Reese and right tackle Greg is designed. Hill in a last ditch attempt latest feat of aerial acrobat-
special teams, it makes no “I think we need to put Eiland. Standing in the shot- On the left hash, Thom- to keep him out of the end ics.
difference. I’ll have it all him in a hyperbaric cham- gun, Hill stood to the right of as sprung Hill free as he zone. It didn’t suffice. Asked postgame wheth-
here for you analyzed and ber or whatever it’s called,” freshman quarterback Gar- sealed the edge with a Crashing into the er his high-flying antics
explained. coach Joe Moorhead rett Shrader. block of outside linebacker ground, Hill shot up off were more impressive
With that said, let’s get quipped of keeping Hill On the snap, Hill turned Jamar Watson. the ground — signaling than Shrader’s viral vault,
to it. healthy this year. and ran to his left, taking “I just like blocking for “Touchdown” with his Hill was succinct.
After a week full of Most notably, it was Hill’s the handoff from Shrader. him,” Thomas said. “He’s a arms. “I did a little better than
special teams blunders, 12-yard diving touchdown Simultaneously, Green great back. Anytime I can The play was reviewed Garrett,” he said through
soaring quarterbacks and run that put MSU ahead by moved from right to left help him I’m going to do it.” moments later after being a wry smile.

PRO FOOTBALL

Prescott, Cowboys get out of funk, No Brees, no problem:


ease past Dolphins Sunday 31-6 Bridgewater, Saints top
for one millisecond of the
Seahawks 33-27
The Associated Press
game did we give up.”
ARLINGTON, Texas Prescott fueled the
— Dak Prescott and the first Dallas team in 41 The Associated Press on defense and special
Dallas Cowboys are still years to win its first two teams and help lead the
on a high-scoring roll, games while rolling up SEAT TLE — Teddy Saints to a 33-27 win over
and the Miami Dolphins at least 400 yards and at Bridgewater wanted to the Seattle Seahawks.
now have the worst scor- least 30 points each time. stay composed. He want- The narrative enter-
ing differential through And while the Cowboys ed to remain calm and ing the week centered on
three games since at least did it again while reach- in control while taking whether the Super Bowl
1950 despite trying a ing 3-0 for the first time over for the next sever- hopes of the Saints (2-1)
younger quarterback. since 2008, it took them al weeks with the New were lost with Brees out
It just took a half for Orleans Saints’ leader, following surgery to re-
awhile to find that offen-
those trends to kick in. Drew Brees, sidelined pair a ligament near his
sive form.
Prescott threw two with injury. right thumb. The week
Tim Heitman/USA TODAY Sports The second touch-
touchdown passes to Am- But emotions can of- ended with Bridgewater
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) cele- down to Cooper was a
ari Cooper before run- brates after a touchdown against the Miami Dolphins ten be tricky to control. throwing his hat into the
19-yarder that capped a
ning for another score, in the fourth quarter Sunday at AT&T Stadium. And in the moments stands as he ran off the
75-yard drive to open the field following his first
and the Cowboys pulled before making his first
Dallas 7-yard line in the moving Miami before second half, and came win as a starting quarter-
out of a first-half funk as meaningful start since
final minute of the sec- stalling after halftime. after a 74-yard TD toss back since Jan. 3, 2016,
huge favorites in a 31-6 the 2015 playoffs, they all
ond quarter. DeMarcus The rebuilding Dol- to Randall Cobb was nul- the final week of the 2015
victory over the rebuild- hit Bridgewater.
Lawrence recovered to phins are 0-3 for the first lified by offsetting penal- season.
ing Dolphins on Sunday. “I was thinking about
preserve a 10-6 lead. time since losing their ties. the process from the “I said all week Teddy
“I mean, it’s pro foot-
ball, you know what I’m Josh Rosen was 18 of first seven in 2011. They Prescott ran 8 yards to time I was injured up is a leader,” Saints run-
saying?” said Cooper, 29 for 200 yards without have been outscored 133- cap the second straight until now and just think- ning back Alvin Kamara
who had team highs of a touchdown or intercep- 16 — that 117-point differ- TD drive to open the ing about all the ones said. “He had compo-
six catches and 88 yards. tion in his first start for ence topping Oakland’s second half, pulling him who believed in me and sure. He had poise and
“They came out here pre- Miami, which went with 106 for the first three within one of Roger Stau- just being back on this we got it done.”
pared to play us. I think him over 36-year-old games in 1961. bach’s career club record stage,” Bridgewater said. Bridgewater had
we were resilient.” Ryan Fitzpatrick after the “This very clearly is of 20 rushing touchdowns Three years removed started Week 17 last
One of Prescott’s TD first two blowouts. not a victory, but I think in just his fourth season. from a knee injury that season, but that was a
tosses to Cooper came be- Acquired in a trade positives, yes,” said Ros- Prescott was 19 of 32 for nearly ended his career, meaningless game. The
fore halftime, but the Dol- when Arizona took Kyler en, who was tested for 246 yards with an inter- Bridgewater was an un- Saints had their playoff
phins had a great chance Murray No. 1 overall a a concussion in the first ception on a poor deci- expected winner Sunday. seed wrapped up. Sun-
to lead at the break as year after drafting Rosen half but returned. “As an sion. He threw two touchdown day had significance and
22-point underdogs when 10th in the first round, organization, we are just “We’re starting to just passes in his first start Bridgewater relished his
Kenyan Drake fumbled the 22-year-old Rosen hit trying to like sort of find get unbelievable disbelief with Brees out, watched opportunity.
on first down from the some big throws while our identity. I don’t think See cowboys, 3B his teammates add TDs See saints, 3B
2B Monday, September 23, 2019 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

Baseball
García W,4-2 1 0 0 0 1 0 First Quarter Bal_FG Tucker 39, 6:39. A_69,005.

CALENDAR
Stanek H,3 1 0 0 0 1 3 Ind_FG Vinatieri 49, 9:30. KC_FG Butker 36, 4:36.
Brigham S,1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 Ind_Pascal 18 pass from Brissett (Vinatieri kick), Bal_Jackson 9 run (run failed), 2:01. NO Sea
American League Strickland pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. 1:25. A_73,390. First downs 15
Total Net Yards 265
26
515
East Division HBP_Strickland (Brinson). WP_Lopez. Second Quarter
Today
x-New York
W L Pct GB
102 55 .650 _
Umpires_Home, Angel Hernandez; First, Lance
Barksdale; Second, Ted Barrett; Third, Chris
Ind_FG Vinatieri 21, 5:51.
Atl_FG Bryant 34, 2:20.

First downs
Bal KC
29 27
Rushes-yards 23-88
Passing 177
26-109
406
Total Net Yards 452 503 Punt Returns 3-53 3-12
Prep Softball Tampa Bay
Boston
92 64 .590 9½
81 74 .523 20
Segal. Ind_Hilton 4 pass from Brissett (Vinatieri kick),
:09. Rushes-yards 32-203 26-140 Kickoff Returns 3-60 2-47
T_3:13. A_19,709 (36,742).
New Hope at East Webster, 5/6:30 Toronto 63 93 .404 38½ Third Quarter Passing 249 363
Punt Returns 0-0 1-9
Interceptions Ret. 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 19-27-0
0-0
32-50-0
Baltimore 51 105 .327 50½ Atl_Hooper 13 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick),
p.m. Central Division Cardinals 3, Cubs 2 10:30. Kickoff Returns 2-47
Interceptions Ret. 0-0
0-0
0-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0
Punts 6-54.0 4-41.3
0-0
W L Pct GB St. Louis Chicago Fourth Quarter
Prep Soccer Minnesota 96 60 .615 _ ab r h bi ab r h bi Atl_Hooper 2 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick), 13:51. Comp-Att-Int 22-43-0 27-37-0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-1
Cleveland 92 64 .590 4 Fowler rf 3 0 0 1 Rizzo 1b 4 0 2 0 Ind_M.Mack 4 run (Vinatieri kick), 8:40. Sacked-Yards Lost 3-18 1-11 Penalties-Yards 11-70 7-53
Starkville Homeschool at Starkville Chicago 68 87 .439 27½ Edman 2b 4 1 2 0 Báez pr 0 0 0 0 Atl_J.Jones 10 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick), 4:11. Punts 3-51.0 2-44.0 Time of Possession 28:27 31:33
Kansas City 57 100 .363 39½ A_60,295. Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-0
Academy, 5 p.m. Detroit 46 109 .297 49½
Goldschmidt 1b 4 0 2 1 Bote 3b
Ozuna lf
0 0 0 0
3 0 0 0 Cstellanos rf-lf 4 2 2 1 Penalties-Yards 7-60 4-31 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Time of Possession 32:44 27:16 RUSHING_New Orleans, Kamara 16-69, Bridge-
Men’s College Golf
West Division
W L Pct GB
Molina c 4 0 0 0 Bryant 3b 1 0 0 0
First downs
Atl Ind
25 29 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS water 3-12, T.Hill 1-5, Murray 2-2, Line 1-0. Seat-
Carpenter 3b 3 0 1 0 Happ 3b-1b 2 0 1 0
Mississippi University for Women at x-Houston 102 54 .654 _ Muñoz pr-3b 1 0 0 0 Schwarber lf 3 0 1 0 Total Net Yards 397 379 RUSHING_Baltimore, Ingram 16-103, Edwards
7-53, Jackson 8-46, J.Hill 1-1. Kansas City, Dar.
tle, Carson 15-53, Wilson 7-51, Prosise 4-5.
PASSING_New Orleans, Bridgewater 19-27-0-
Oakland 94 62 .603 8 DeJong ss 3 1 1 1 A lmora Jr. cf 0 0 0 0 Rushes-yards 20-93 24-79
Louisiana College Fall Invite, 8 a.m. Texas 75 81 .481 27 Bader cf 2 0 0 0 Zobrist 2b 4 0 0 0 Passing 304 300 Williams 9-62, McCoy 8-54, Mahomes 4-9, 177. Seattle, Wilson 32-50-0-406.
Los Angeles 70 86 .449 32 Wieters ph 1 0 0 0 Caratini c 3 0 1 0 Punt Returns 1-10 0-0 Thompson 4-8, Hardman 1-7. RECEIVING_New Orleans, Kamara 9-92, Thom-
Mississippi State at Trinity Forest Seattle 66 90 .423 36 Arozarena cf 0 0 0 0 Contreras ph 1 0 0 0 Kickoff Returns 2-45 1-31 PASSING_Baltimore, Jackson 22-43-0-267. Kan- as 5-54, Ginn 2-15, Cook 1-7, T.Hill 1-5, J.Hill 1-4.
x-clinched division Mikolas p 2 0 0 0 Heyward cf-rf 4 0 1 0 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-0 sas City, Mahomes 27-37-0-374. Seattle, Lockett 11-154, Dissly 6-62, Prosise 5-38,
Invite, All Day Webb p 0 0 0 0 Hoerner ss 4 0 1 0 Comp-Att-Int 29-34-1 28-37-0 RECEIVING_Baltimore, Boyle 4-58, Ingram 4-32, J.Brown 3-30, Metcalf 2-67, Turner 2-19, Moore

Tuesday Saturday’s Games J.Martínez ph 1 0 1 0 Darvish p 3 0 0 0 Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0 1-10 Snead 3-47, Andrews 3-15, M.Brown 2-49, Rob- 1-29, Vannett 1-9, Carson 1-(minus 2).
O’Neill pr 0 1 0 0 Strop p 0 0 0 0 Punts 1-39.0 1-53.0 erts 2-37, Edwards 2-15, H.Hurst 2-14. Kansas MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.
N.Y. Yankees 7, Toronto 2 City, Kelce 7-89, Watkins 5-64, Dar.Williams 5-47,
Miller p 0 0 0 0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0
Prep Soccer Chicago White Sox 5, Detroit 3 Robinson 3-43, McCoy 3-26, Hardman 2-97, Prin-
Tampa Bay 5, Boston 4, 11 innings Totals
St. Louis
31 3 7 3 Totals
001 000 002 — 3
33 2 9 1 Penalties-Yards 16-128
Time of Possession 28:37
4-39
31:23 gle 1-7, Bell 1-1. Texans 27, Chargers 20
Lamar at Heritage Academy, 5 p.m. Philadelphia 9, Cleveland 4
Chicago 100 001 000 — 2 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS MISSED FIELD GOALS_None. Houston 0 7 14 6—27
L.A. Angels 8, Houston 4 L.A. Chargers 7 10 0 3—20
Prep Cross Country Kansas City 12, Minnesota 5 DP_St. Louis 3, Chicago 2. LOB_St. Louis 3, Chi- RUSHING_Atlanta, Freeman 16-88, Ryan 2-3,
First Quarter
Starkville Academy at MRA Invitational, Seattle 7, Baltimore 6, 13 innings cago 6. 2B_Goldschmidt (25). 3B_J.Martínez (1).
HR_DeJong (29), Castellanos (16). SB_Edman
Sanu 1-2, I.Smith 1-0. Indianapolis, M.Mack 16-
74, Brissett 3-4, Hines 2-3, Wilkins 3-(minus 2). Bills 21, Bengals 17 LAC_Allen 7 pass from Rivers (Long kick), 9:41.
Oakland 12, Texas 3 PASSING_Atlanta, Ryan 29-34-1-304. Indianapo- Cincinnati 0 0 7 10—17 Second Quarter
(14). SF_Fowler (4). Buffalo 8 6 0 7—21 LAC_FG Long 34, 10:32.
4 p.m. Sunday’s Games
IP H R ER BB SO lis, Brissett 28-37-0-310.
First Quarter Hou_Fells 16 pass from Watson (Fairbairn kick),
Baltimore 2, Seattle 1 St. Louis RECEIVING_Atlanta, J.Jones 8-128, Sanu 6-75,
Prep Softball N.Y. Yankees 8, Toronto 3 Mikolas 7 2-3 8 2 1 1 4 Hooper 6-66, Stocker 3-12, Freeman 3-7, Hardy Buf_Knox 1 pass from Allen (Beasley pass from
Allen), 3:03.
8:11.
LAC_Allen 12 pass from Rivers (Long kick), :22.
Detroit 6, Chicago White Sox 3 1-6, Ridley 1-6, Barner 1-4. Indianapolis, Hil-
Leake Central at Columbus, 5/6:30 Boston 7, Tampa Bay 4
Webb W,2-1 1-3 0 0 0 0 0
Miller S,6-10 1 1 0 0 0 1 ton 8-65, Doyle 4-46, Ebron 3-47, Hines 3-26, Second Quarter Third Quarter
P.Campbell 3-24, Pascal 2-53, Alie-Cox 2-25, Buf_FG Hauschka 34, 10:29. Hou_Hyde 3 run (Fairbairn kick), 7:31.
p.m. Houston 13, L.A. Angels 5
Minnesota 12, Kansas City 8
Chicago
M.Mack 2-14, Cain 1-10. Buf_FG Hauschka 45, 2:11. Hou_Akins 15 pass from Watson (Fairbairn kick),
Darvish L,6-8 8 1-3 7 3 3 0 12 Third Quarter 1:19.
Prep Volleyball Cleveland 10, Philadelphia 1 Strop 2-3 0 0 0 1 2 MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.
Cin_Dalton 1 run (Bullock kick), 5:50. Fourth Quarter
Texas 8, Oakland 3 HBP_Mikolas (Bryant). Fourth Quarter Hou_Akins 53 pass from Watson (kick failed),
West Lowndes at Aberdeen, 6 p.m. Monday’s Games Umpires_Home, Chris Guccione; First, Bill Welke; Packers 27, Broncos 16 Cin_Mixon 1 pass from Dalton (Bullock kick), 9:40.
Baltimore (Bundy 6-14) at Toronto (Buchholz 1-5), Second, Mike Everitt; Third, Lance Barrett. 12:27. LAC_FG Long 43, 7:14.
Starkville High at Germantown, 6:30 6:07 p.m. T_3:03. A_38,606 (41,649).
Denver
Green Bay
0 10 6 0—16
7 10 7 3—27 Cin_FG Bullock 43, 4:54. A_25,349.
p.m. Boston (Chacín 3-11) at Tampa Bay (Snell 6-7), First Quarter Buf_Gore 1 run (Hauschka kick), 1:50.
A_69,448. Hou LAC
6:10 p.m. GB_Valdes-Scantling 40 pass from A.Rodgers
Caledonia at Pontotoc, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday’s Games Padres 6, Diamondbacks 4 (Crosby kick), 12:16. Cin Buf First downs 20 22
Minnesota at Detroit, 5:40 p.m. Arizona San Diego Second Quarter First downs 17 25 Total Net Yards 376 366
Women’s College Soccer Baltimore at Toronto, 6:07 p.m. ab r h bi ab r h bi Den_Lindsay 1 run (McManus kick), 14:18. Total Net Yards 306 416 Rushes-yards 19-39 18-73
Almonte cf 4 0 1 1 Margot cf 4 0 1 0 GB_FG Crosby 42, 11:19. Rushes-yards 19-67 36-175 Passing 337 293
Mississippi University for Women at N.Y. Yankees at Tampa Bay, 6:10 p.m. Rojas lf 4 0 1 0 Martini lf 3 0 0 0 Den_FG McManus 30, 3:50. Passing 239 241 Punt Returns 2-34 2-(minu
Boston at Texas, 7:05 p.m. Escobar 3b 5 0 1 0 e -Machado ph 1 0 0 0 Punt Returns 2-8 3-4 Kickoff Returns 0-0 1-23
LaGrange, 4 p.m. GB_A.Jones 7 run (Crosby kick), 1:56.
Cleveland at Chicago White Sox, 7:10 p.m. Walker 1b 4 1 0 0 Yates p 0 0 0 0 Third Quarter Kickoff Returns 2-37 1-23 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0
Atlanta at Kansas City, 7:15 p.m. Flores 2b 4 0 0 0 Strahm p 0 0 0 0 Interceptions Ret. 1-27 2-1 Comp-Att-Int 25-34-0 31-46-0
Men’s College Soccer Oakland at L.A. Angels, 9:07 p.m. Jones rf 5 1 2 2 Myers 1b-lf 5 0 0 0
GB_A.Jones 1 run (Crosby kick), 12:09.
Den_Lindsay 1 run (kick failed), 5:59. Comp-Att-Int 20-36-2 23-36-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-14 5-25
Birmingham Southern at Mississippi Houston at Seattle, 9:10 p.m. Ahmed ss 4 1 2 0 Renfroe rf 3 2 0 0
C.Kelly c 4 1 1 1 France 2b-3b 3 2 2 2
Fourth Quarter Sacked-Yards Lost 2-10
Punts 6-40.5 5-34.6
1-2 Punts 4-45.0 4-48.3
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-1
GB_FG Crosby 41, 5:49.
University for Women, 7 p.m. National League Ray p 2 0 0 0 Urías ss 5 0 1 0 A_78,078. Fumbles-Lost 2-2 3-1 Penalties-Yards 6-65 7-69
Andriese p 0 0 0 0 Hedges c 2 0 0 0 Penalties-Yards 8-54 7-55 Time of Possession 28:12 31:48
College Volleyball East Division Crichton p 0 0 0 0 b -Hosmer ph 1 0 0 0 Den GB Time of Possession 23:06 36:54 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
W L Pct GB Chafin p 0 0 0 0 Stammen p 0 0 0 0 First downs 20 16 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING_Houston, Hyde 10-19, Watson 7-18,
Belhaven University at Mississippi x-Atlanta 96 61 .611 _ f-Leyba ph 1 0 0 0 Bednar p 0 0 0 0 Total Net Yards 310 312 RUSHING_Cincinnati, Mixon 15-61, Bernard 3-5, Du.Johnson 2-2. Los Angeles, Ekeler 9-36, Jack-
Washington 85 69 .552 9½ López p 0 0 0 0 d-Naylor ph 1 0 0 0 Rushes-yards 38-149 23-77 Dalton 1-1. Buffalo, Gore 14-76, Allen 9-46, Yel- son 5-26, Rivers 2-9, Allen 1-3, D.Watt 1-(minus
University for Women, 6 p.m. New York 81 74 .523 14 Garcia 2b 1 1 1 0 Passing 161 235 don 8-30, McKenzie 3-10, Knox 1-9, J.Brown 1-4. 1).
Philadelphia 79 75 .513 15½ Mejias-Brean 3b-1b 4 1 3 3 PASSING_Cincinnati, Dalton 20-36-2-249. Buffa- PASSING_Houston, Watson 25-34-0-351. Los
Men’s College Golf Miami 54 101 .348 41 Richards p 0 0 0 0
Punt Returns 1-3
Kickoff Returns 1-60
0-0
0-0 lo, Allen 23-36-1-243. Angeles, Rivers 31-46-0-318.
Central Division
Mississippi University for Women at W L Pct GB
Guerra p 0 0 0 0
a-Torrens ph 1 0 0 0
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-0 RECEIVING_Cincinnati, Tate 6-88, Boyd 6-67,
Mixon 2-34, Ross 2-22, Bernard 2-7, Eifert 1-18,
RECEIVING_Houston, Hopkins 6-67, Fuller 5-51,
Fells 5-49, Stills 4-89, Akins 3-73, Du.Johnson
Comp-Att-Int 20-29-1 17-29-0
Louisiana College Fall Invite, 8 a.m. z-St. Louis
Milwaukee
89 67 .571 _
86 70 .551 3
Erlin p 1 0 0 0 Sacked-Yards Lost 6-52 0-0 Erickson 1-13. Buffalo, Beasley 8-48, J.Brown 2-22. Los Angeles, Allen 13-183, Ekeler 7-45,
Yardley p 0 0 0 0 Punts 3-49.3 4-53.0 4-51, Knox 3-67, Jones 2-33, Yeldon 2-19, Gore Jackson 4-4, Williams 3-45, Benjamin 2-5, Inman
Mississippi State at Trinity Forest Chicago 82 74 .526 7 c-Mejía ph-c 2 0 2 1 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 0-0 2-13, McKenzie 1-9, Sweeney 1-3. 1-23, Kendricks 1-13.
Cincinnati 73 83 .468 16 Totals 37 4 8 4 Totals 37 6 10 6 Penalties-Yards 3-27 7-53 MISSED FIELD GOALS_Buffalo, Hauschka 62. MISSED FIELD GOALS_Houston, Fairbairn 56.
Invite, All Day Pittsburgh 65 91 .417 24 Arizona 040 000 000 0 — 4 Time of Possession 35:34 24:26
West Division
Wednesday W L Pct GB
x-Los Angeles 100 56 .641 _
San Diego 000 202 000 2 — 6
LOB_Arizona 8, San Diego 11. 2B_Almonte (3),
Ahmed (31), Mejias-Brean (2), Mejía (9), France
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING_Denver, Lindsay 21-81, Freeman
15-63, Flacco 2-5. Green Bay, J.Williams 12-59,
Panthers 38, Cardinals 20
Carolina 0 14 14 10—38
Rams 20, Browns 13
L.A. Rams 3 0 7 10—20
Prep Softball Arizona 80 76 .513 20 (7), Garcia (13). 3B_Ahmed (6). HR_Jones (16), A.Jones 10-19, A.Rodgers 1-(minus 1). Arizona 7 3 10 0—20 Cleveland 0 6 7 0—13
San Francisco 75 81 .481 25 France (7), Mejias-Brean (2). S_Ray (5). PASSING_Denver, Flacco 20-29-1-213. Green First Quarter First Quarter
Shannon at New Hope, 5/6:30 p.m. San Diego 70 86 .449 30 Bay, A.Rodgers 17-29-0-235. Ari_Fitzgerald 1 pass from K.Murray (Gonzalez La_FG Zuerlein 53, 4:06.
Colorado 67 89 .429 33 kick), 4:30. Second Quarter
Thursday x-clinched division
z-clinched playoff berth

Arizona
IP H R ER BB SO RECEIVING_Denver, Sutton 5-87, Lindsay 4-49,
Freeman 4-10, Fant 3-37, Heuerman 2-20, Sand-
ers 2-10. Green Bay, Valdes-Scantling 6-99,
Second Quarter
Car_Samuel 5 pass from K.Allen (Slye kick),
Cle_FG Seibert 23, 11:41.
Cle_FG Seibert 35, :00.
Ray 5 1-3 3 4 4 4 10
College Football Saturday’s Games Andriese, BS, 1-4 1 2-3 2 0 0 1 3 D.Adams 4-56, J.Williams 2-27, Vitale 1-27, Lewis 14:09. Third Quarter
St. Louis 9, Chicago Cubs 8 1-19, Tonyan 1-4, A.Jones 1-4, Allison 1-(minus 1). Ari_FG Gonzalez 34, 1:36. La_Kupp 11 pass from Goff (Zuerlein kick), 10:40.
East Central Community College at East Cincinnati 3, N.Y. Mets 2
Crichton
Chafin
2-3 2 0 0 0 1
1-3 0 0 0 0 0 MISSED FIELD GOALS_Green Bay, Crosby 45. Car_Moore 52 pass from K.Allen (Slye kick), :49. Cle_Harris 2 pass from Mayfield (Seibert kick),
Third Quarter 4:37.
Mississippi Community College, 7 p.m. Atlanta 8, San Francisco 1
Milwaukee 10, Pittsburgh 1
López, L, 2-7 1 3 2 2 0 0
San Diego
Ari_D.Johnson 3 pass from K.Murray (Gonzalez Fourth Quarter
Itawamba Community College at North- Philadelphia 9, Cleveland 4 Richards 1 2-3 4 4 4 2 2 Patriots 30, Jets 14 kick), 11:20.
Car_Olsen 3 pass from K.Allen (Slye kick), 7:44.
La_Kupp 6 pass from Goff (Zuerlein kick), 12:48.
La_FG Zuerlein 37, 6:37.
Washington 10, Miami 4, 10 innings Guerra 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 New York 0 0 7 7—14
Ari_FG Gonzalez 47, 2:47. A_67,895.
east Mississippi Community College, Arizona 4, San Diego 2 Erlin 2 0 0 0 1 2 New England 13 7
First Quarter
10 0—30
Car_McCaffrey 76 run (Slye kick), 1:53.
Colorado 4, L.A. Dodgers 2 Yardley 1 1 0 0 1 1
6:30 p.m. Sunday’s Games Stammen 1 1 0 0 0 1 NE_Michel 5 run (kick failed), 7:55. Fourth Quarter
Car_Olsen 3 pass from K.Allen (Slye kick), 13:32.

First downs
La Cle
20 18
Bednar 1 1 0 0 0 1 NE_Dorsett 25 pass from Brady (Gostkowski
Prep Soccer N.Y. Mets 6, Cincinnati 3
Yates 1 1 0 0 0 1 kick), 4:25. Car_FG Slye 36, 4:27. Total Net Yards 345 270
Miami 5, Washington 3 Second Quarter A_60,104. Rushes-yards 24-90 24-95
Lamar at Starkville Academy, 5 p.m. San Francisco 4, Atlanta 1
Strahm, W, 6-10 1 0 0 0 0 1
López pitched to 2 batters in the 10th. NE_Edelman 3 pass from Brady (Gostkowski Passing 255 175
Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 3 kick), 13:34. Car Ari Punt Returns 2-0 0-0
Prep Softball St. Louis 3, Chicago Cubs 2
HBP_Ray (France), Andriese (France). Third Quarter First downs 21 21 Kickoff Returns 0-0 1-12
Umpires_Home, Gary Cederstrom; First, Adrian NE_FG Gostkowski 37, 8:49. Total Net Yards 413 248 Interceptions Ret. 1-0 2-15
Caledonia at Columbus, 5/6:30 p.m. Cleveland 10, Philadelphia 1
L.A. Dodgers 7, Colorado 4
Johnson; Second, Todd Tichenor; Third, Alex Tosi. NE_Burkhead 2 run (Gostkowski kick), 3:07. Rushes-yards 31-173 22-121 Comp-Att-Int 24-38-2 18-36-1
T_3:42. A_31,293 (42,445). Passing 240 127 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-14 3-20
New Hope at Houston, 5/6:30 p.m. San Diego 6, Arizona 4, 10 innings NYJ_Maulet 0 fumble return (Ficken kick), :21.
Fourth Quarter Punt Returns 1-0 2-20 Punts 2-39.5 6-40.0
Monday’s Games
Prep Volleyball NYJ_Adams 61 interception return (Ficken kick), Kickoff Returns 2-36 1-19 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0

Columbus at Kosciusko, 5:30 p.m.


Philadelphia (Eflin 9-12) at Washington (Corbin
13-7), 6:05 p.m.
Miami (Smith 9-10) at N.Y. Mets (Matz 10-9), 6:10
Pro Football 6:23.
A_65,878.
Interceptions Ret. 2-25
Comp-Att-Int 19-26-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 2-21
0-0
30-43-2
8-46
Penalties-Yards 7-50
Time of Possession 28:23
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
8-60
31:37

Noxapater at West Lowndes, 6 p.m. p.m. NFL Glance NYJ NE Punts 3-48.3 5-42.4 RUSHING_Los Angeles, Gurley 14-43, Woods
St. Louis (Wainwright 13-9) at Arizona (Young AMERICAN CONFERENCE Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0 2-18, Goff 4-14, Cooks 1-8, M.Brown 3-7. Cleve-
First downs 6 21
Starkville High at Greenville, 7 p.m. 7-4), 8:40 p.m. East
Total Net Yards 105 381 Penalties-Yards 3-35 7-52 land, Chubb 23-96, Mayfield 1-(minus 1).
Tuesday’s Games W L T Pct PF PA Time of Possession 28:16 31:44 PASSING_Los Angeles, Goff 24-38-2-269. Cleve-
Lafayette at Caledonia, 6:30 p.m. Buffalo 3 0 0 1.000 66 47 Rushes-yards 20-36 27-68
Philadelphia at Washington, 12:05 p.m., 1st game Passing 69 313 land, Mayfield 18-36-1-195.
New England 3 0 0 1.000 106 17 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RECEIVING_Los Angeles, Kupp 11-102, Cooks
Women’s College Soccer Milwaukee at Cincinnati, 5:40 p.m. N.Y. Jets 0 3 0 .000 33 70 Punt Returns 0-0
Kickoff Returns 0-0
8-44
0-0 RUSHING_Carolina, McCaffrey 24-153, Moore 8-112, Woods 3-40, Everett 2-15. Cleveland, Beck-
Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh, 6:05 p.m. Miami 0 3 0 .000 16 133
Ole Miss at Mississippi State, 6 p.m. Philadelphia at Washington, 6:05 p.m., 2nd game South Interceptions Ret. 1-61 1-24 1-12, Bonnafon 2-5, Armah 1-4, K.Allen 3-(minus
1). Arizona, K.Murray 8-69, D.Johnson 11-37, Ed-
ham 6-56, Chubb 4-35, Landry 3-62, Ratley 3-26,
Seals-Jones 1-14, Harris 1-2.
Miami at N.Y. Mets, 6:10 p.m. W L T Pct PF PA Comp-Att-Int 12-22-1 30-45-1
Men’s College Tennis Atlanta at Kansas City, 7:15 p.m. Houston 2 1 0 .667 68 62 Sacked-Yards Lost 5-29 1-7 monds 3-15. MISSED FIELD GOALS_Los Angeles, Zuerlein
Punts 10-46.4 7-44.3 PASSING_Carolina, K.Allen 19-26-0-261. Arizo- 48.
Mississippi State at Oracle ITA Mas- St. Louis at Arizona, 8:40 p.m.
Colorado at San Francisco, 8:45 p.m.
Indianapolis 2 1 0 .667 70 71
Jacksonville 1 2 0 .333 58 60 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 na, K.Murray 30-43-2-173.
Penalties-Yards 5-67 8-70 RECEIVING_Carolina, Olsen 6-75, Samuel 5-53,
ters, All Day L.A. Dodgers at San Diego, 9:10 p.m. Tennessee 1 2 0 .333 67 52
North Time of Possession 24:46 35:14 McCaffrey 3-35, Wright 2-38, Moore 1-52, Hogan
College Football
Friday
1-6, Armah 1-2. Arizona, Kirk 10-59, D.Johnson
W L T Pct PF PA 6-28, Fitzgerald 5-36, K.Johnson 3-13, Byrd 2-9, Saturday’s scores
Giants 4, Braves 1 Baltimore 2 1 0 .667 110 60 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING_New York, Bell 18-35, Montgomery Crabtree 2-9, Edmonds 1-10, Clay 1-9. EAST
Prep Football San Francisco
ab r h bi
Atlanta
ab r h bi
Cleveland
Cincinnati
1 2 0 .333 49 66
0 3 0 .000 54 83 2-1. New England, Burkhead 11-47, Dorsett 2-12, MISSED FIELD GOALS_None. Army 52, Morgan St. 21 
Michel 9-11, Gordon 1-1, Brady 2-(minus 1), Bold- Boston College 30, Rutgers 16  
Columbus at New Hope, 7 p.m. Dubon 2b 5 1 1 0 Swanson ss 4 0 0 0 Pittsburgh 0 3 0 .000 49 85 Buffalo 38, Temple 22  
Ystrzemski rf-lf 4 0 2 0 Hechavarría 2b 4 1 1 0 West en 2-(minus 2).
PASSING_New York, Falk 12-22-1-98. New En- Giants 32, Bucs 31 Coastal Carolina 62, UMass 28  
Washington at Starkville Academy, 7 Slater 1b 3 1 0 0 Freeman 1b 3 0 0 1 W L T Pct PF PA
gland, Brady 28-42-0-306, Stidham 2-3-1-14. New York 3 7 15 7—32 Cornell 21, Marist 7 
Belt ph-1b 2 0 1 0 Cervelli 1b 1 0 0 0 Kansas City 3 0 0 1.000 101 64 Tampa Bay 12 16 0 3—31 Delaware 28, Penn 27  
p.m. Longoria 3b 5 1 2 2 Markakis lf 4 0 0 0 Oakland 1 2 0 .333 48 78 RECEIVING_New York, Bell 4-28, R.Anderson
3-11, Berrios 2-29, Crowder 2-25, Griffin 1-5. New First Quarter Howard 24, Delaware St. 9  
Pillar cf 5 1 1 0 Riley 3b 4 0 0 0 L.A. Chargers 1 2 0 .333 60 64 TB_Evans 21 pass from Winston (kick failed), 9:47. Maine 35, Colgate 21  
Pillow Academy at Heritage Academy, Rickard lf 4 0 2 2 Joyce rf 2 0 0 0 Denver 0 3 0 .000 46 67 England, Edelman 7-62, Gordon 6-83, Dorsett
NYG_FG Rosas 36, 4:07. New Hampshire 27, Rhode Island 24  
Rogers p 0 0 0 0 A lbies ph 1 0 1 0 NATIONAL CONFERENCE 6-53, Burkhead 6-22, Meyers 2-38, Bolden 2-21,
7 p.m. W.Smith p 0 0 0 0 Flowers c 3 0 1 0 East Izzo 1-41. TB_Evans 3 pass from Winston (kick blocked),
:21.
Pittsburgh 35, UCF 34  
Princeton 49, Butler 7 
MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.
Kemper Academy at Columbus Chris- Crawford ss 4 0 0 0 Hamilton cf 3 0 1 0
Garcia c 3 0 1 0 Keuchel p 2 0 0 0

Dallas
W L T Pct PF PA
3 0 0 1.000 97 44
Second Quarter Sacred Heart 34, LIU 10  
NYG_D.Jones 7 run (Rosas kick), 9:58. Syracuse 52, W. Michigan 33 
tian Academy, 7 p.m. Webb p 2 0 0 0 Jackson p 0 0 0 0 Philadelphia 1 2 0 .333 76 78 Lions 27, Eagles 24 TB_FG Gay 47, 7:35. FAR WEST
Davis rf 1 0 0 0 Blevins p 0 0 0 0 N.Y. Giants 1 2 0 .333 63 94 Detroit 7 13 0 7—27 TB_FG Gay 27, 4:06. Idaho 35, E. Washington 27
Oak Hill Academy at Marshall Academy, Greene p 0 0 0 0 Washington 0 2 0 .000 48 63 Philadelphia 10 0 7 7—24 TB_Evans 20 pass from Winston (Gay kick), 1:26. Montana 47, Monmouth (NJ) 27
Duvall ph 1 0 1 0 South First Quarter TB_FG Gay 52, :00. New Mexico 55, New Mexico St. 52
7 p.m. Melancon p 0 0 0 0 W L T Pct PF PA Phi_FG Elliott 25, 11:28. Third Quarter Oregon 21, Stanford 6
Totals 38 4 10 4 Totals 32 1 5 1 New Orleans 2 1 0 .667 72 82 NYG_Engram 75 pass from D.Jones (S.Shepard Washington 45, BYU 19
Noxubee County at Greenwood, 7 p.m. San Francisco 000 003 100 — 4 Tampa Bay 1 2 0 .333 68 77
Det_Agnew 100 kickoff return (Prater kick), 11:14.
Phi_Howard 1 run (Elliott kick), 6:15. pass from D.Jones), 14:48. MIDWEST  
Atlanta 000 001 000 — 1 Atlanta 1 2 0 .333 60 75
West Point at Lafayette, 7 p.m. E_Swanson 2 (12). LOB_San Francisco 10, Atlan- Carolina 1 2 0 .333 79 70
Second Quarter NYG_S.Shepard 7 pass from D.Jones (Rosas
kick), 8:14.
Duquesne 35, Dayton 31 
E. Michigan 34, CCSU 29  
Det_K.Johnson 1 run (Prater kick), 14:09.
WMCS at Hebron Christian, 7 p.m. ta 6. 2B_Yastrzemski (20), Longoria (19), Rickard

North
W L T Pct PF PA
Det_FG Prater 25, 3:29. Fourth Quarter Indiana 38, UConn 3  
(2), Flowers (11). 3B_Hechavarría (1). SB_Dubon Det_FG Prater 33, :57. TB_FG Gay 23, 6:00. Iowa St. 72, Louisiana-Monroe 20  
Tuscaloosa (Ala.) at Victory Christian, (3). S_Webb (1). Green Bay 3 0 0 1.000 58 35 Third Quarter NYG_D.Jones 7 run (Rosas kick), 1:16. Kent St. 62, Bowling Green 20 
IP H R ER BB SO Detroit 2 0 1 .833 67 61 Phi_Agholor 20 pass from Wentz (Elliott kick), A_55,070. Louisiana-Lafayette 45, Ohio 25 
7:30 p.m. San Francisco Minnesota 2 1 0 .667 78 47 4:15. Michigan St. 31, Northwestern 10  
Webb W,2-2 6 2 1 1 2 7 Chicago 1 1 0 .500 19 24 Fourth Quarter NYG TB Missouri 34, South Carolina 14 
Starkville at South Panola, 7 p.m. Rogers H,5 2 2 0 0 0 3 West Det_M.Jones 12 pass from Stafford (Prater kick), First downs 17 24 Ohio St. 76, Miami (Ohio) 5  
W L T Pct PF PA Total Net Yards 384 499 SE Missouri 56, W. Virginia St. 10 
West Lowndes at Vardaman, 7 p.m. W.Smith S,34-38 1 1 0 0 0 2
Atlanta L.A. Rams 3 0 0 1.000 77 49
14:53.
Phi_Agholor 2 pass from Wentz (Elliott kick), 6:59. Rushes-yards 19-72 32-144 West Virginia 29, Kansas 24  
San Francisco 3 0 0 1.000 96 54
Prep Softball Keuchel L,8-7 6 6 3 2 2 4
Seattle 2 1 0 .667 76 79
A_69,796. Passing 312
Punt Returns 1-13
355
5-9
Wisconsin 35, Michigan 14 
SOUTH
Jackson 1 3 1 1 0 2
New Houpe at Houlka, 5/6:30 p.m. Blevins 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Arizona 0 2 1 .167 64 88 Det Phi Kickoff Returns 1-22 0-0 Alabama 49, Southern Miss. 7  
Greene 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 First downs 16 22 Interceptions Ret. 1-13 0-0 Appalachian St. 34, North Carolina 31  
College Volleyball Melancon 1 1 0 0 0 1 Thursday’s Games Total Net Yards 287 373 Comp-Att-Int 23-36-0 23-37-1 California 28, Ole Miss 20  
Umpires_Home, Tom Woodring; First, Bruce Jacksonville 20, Tennessee 7 Rushes-yards 28-86 30-127 Sacked-Yards Lost 5-24 4-25 Clemson 52, Charlotte 10  
Mississippi State at Kentucky, TBA Dreckman; Second, Jerry Meals; Third, Ron Sunday’s Games Passing 201 246 Punts 5-48.8 4-44.8 FAU 42, Wagner 7 
Minnesota 34, Oakland 14 Punt Returns 1-24 1-2 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 0-0 Florida 34, Tennessee 3  
Southern Union Community College at Kulpa. Green Bay 27, Denver 16 Kickoff Returns 1-100 3-54 Penalties-Yards 6-59 4-30 Florida St. 35, Louisville 24  
T_3:07. A_33,674 (41,149). New England 30, N.Y. Jets 14 Time of Possession 26:48 33:12 Georgia 23, Notre Dame 17
Mississippi University for Women, TBA Indianapolis 27, Atlanta 24
Interceptions Ret. 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 18-32-0
0-0
19-36-0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS LSU 66, Vanderbilt 38  
Women’s College Golf Brewers 4, Pirates 3 Dallas 31, Miami 6
Detroit 27, Philadelphia 24
Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0 3-13 RUSHING_New York, D.Jones 4-28, S.Shepard
2-21, Gallman 5-13, Barkley 8-10. Tampa Bay,
Miami 17, Cent. Michigan 12 
Mississippi St. 28, Kentucky 13  
Pittsburgh Milwaukee Punts 5-45.2 3-48.0
Mississippi State at Schooner Fall ab r h bi ab r h bi
Kansas City 33, Baltimore 28
Buffalo 21, Cincinnati 17
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-2 R.Jones 14-80, Barber 13-48, Perriman 1-13, NC State 34, Ball St. 23 
Tucker ss 4 0 1 2 Grisham rf 2 0 0 0 Penalties-Yards 9-61 4-30 Winston 4-3. UAB 35, South Alabama 3 
Classic, All Day Reynolds cf 4 0 1 0 Grandal c 3 0 1 0
Carolina 38, Arizona 20 Time of Possession 27:42 32:18 PASSING_New York, D.Jones 23-36-0-336. Tam- Virginia 28, Old Dominion 17  
San Francisco 24, Pittsburgh 20 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS pa Bay, Winston 23-37-1-380. Wake Forest 49, Elon 7  
Men’s College Tennis Frazier 2b 4 0 0 0 Moustakas 3b 4 0 0 0
Osuna 1b 4 0 0 0 Spangenberg 2b 0 0 0
N.Y. Giants 32, Tampa Bay 31 RUSHING_Detroit, McKissic 1-44, K.Johnson RECEIVING_New York, S.Shepard 7-100, En- SOUTHWEST
New Orleans 33, Seattle 27 20-36, T.Johnson 4-5, Stafford 3-1. Philadelphia, gram 6-113, Barkley 4-27, Slayton 3-82, R.Shep- Auburn 28, Texas A&M 20
Mississippi State at Oracle ITA Mas- 0
Reyes lf 4 0 0 0 Hiura 2b 4 1 1 0
Houston 27, L.A. Chargers 20 Sanders 13-53, Howard 11-37, Wentz 4-33, Spro- ard 1-6, Fowler 1-5, Ellison 1-3. Tampa Bay, Evans Baylor 21, Rice 13
L.A. Rams 20, Cleveland 13 8-190, Howard 3-66, Godwin 3-40, Ogunbowale SMU 41, TCU 38
ters, All Day Kramer rf 3 0 0 0 Peralta p 0 0 0 0 Monday’s Games
les 2-4.
PASSING_Detroit, Stafford 18-32-0-201. Phila- 3-23, Barber 2-7, Brate 2-7, R.Jones 1-41, Perri- Texas 36, Oklahoma State 30
Stallings c 3 1 1 0 Hader p 0 0 0 0
Saturday E.González 3b 3 1 1 0 Thames 1b 4 2 2 3
Tr.Williams p 1 0 0 0 Cain cf 2 0 0 0
Chicago at Washington, 7:15 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 26
Philadelphia at Green Bay, 7:20 p.m.
delphia, Wentz 19-36-0-259.
RECEIVING_Detroit, M.Jones 6-101, Amendola
man 1-6.
MISSED FIELD GOALS_Tampa Bay, Gay 34.
Tulsa 24, Wyoming 21

College Football Newman ph 1 0 0 0 Gamel lf 4 0 0 0 4-37, Golladay 2-17, Thomas 1-15, James 1-13,

Mississippi State at Auburn, TBA


Feliz p
Holmes p
0 0 0 0 Arcia ss 4 1 1 1
0 0 0 0 Woodruff p 0 0 0 0
Sunday, Sept. 29
Carolina at Houston, Noon
Cleveland at Baltimore, Noon
Bawden 1-10, K.Johnson 1-7, Hockenson 1-1,
T.Johnson 1-0. Philadelphia, Agholor 8-50, Ertz 49ers 24, Steelers 20
Pittsburgh 6 0 7 7—20
Transactions Sunday’s moves
Cabrera ph 1 1 0 0 Freitas ph 1 0 1 0 4-64, Hollins 4-62, Sanders 2-73, Arcega-White-
Kansas City at Detroit, Noon San Francisco 0 3 14 7—24 BASEBALL
Ole Miss at Alabama, TBA Rodríguez p 0 0 0 0 Jackson p 0 0 0 0 Oakland at Indianapolis, Noon
side 1-10.
First Quarter American League
G.González p 1 0 0 0 MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.
UTEP at Southern Miss, 6 p.m. Pomeranz p 0 0 0 0
L.A. Chargers at Miami, Noon
Washington at N.Y. Giants, Noon
Pit_FG Boswell 46, 11:47.
Pit_FG Boswell 26, 2:04.
HOUSTON ASTROS — Reinstated RHP Brad
Peacock from the 10-day IL.
Shaw ph-3b 1 0 1 0
Women’s College Soccer Totals 32 3 4 2 Totals 30 4 7 4
Tennessee at Atlanta, Noon
New England at Buffalo, Noon
Cowboys 31, Dolphins 6 Second Quarter
SF_FG Gould 24, 6:45. HOCKEY
Pittsburgh 000 000 030 — 3 Miami 3 3 0 0— 6
Mississippi University for Women at Milwaukee 010 102 00x — 4
Seattle at Arizona, 3:05 p.m. Dallas 10 0 14 7—31 Third Quarter National Hockey League
Tampa Bay at L.A. Rams, 3:05 p.m. First Quarter SF_Wilson 1 run (Gould kick), 9:17. ARIZONA COYOTES — Assigned Fs Brayden
Faulkner University, 2 p.m. E_Stallings (3), Arcia (13). DP_Pittsburgh 1, Jacksonville at Denver, 3:25 p.m. Dal_FG Maher 28, 10:27. Pit_Smith-Schuster 76 pass from Rudolph (Bo- Burke, Nick Merkley and Tyler Steenbergen; and
Milwaukee 0. LOB_Pittsburgh 2, Milwaukee 7. Minnesota at Chicago, 3:25 p.m. swell kick), 5:42. G Ivan Prosvetov to Tucson (AHL). Assigned F to
Men’s College Soccer HR_Arcia (15), Thames 2 (23). Dallas at New Orleans, 7:20 p.m.
Dal_Cooper 5 pass from Prescott (Maher kick),
5:57. SF_Wilson 4 run (Gould kick), :56. Hamilton (OHL).
Open: San Francisco, N.Y. Jets Fourth Quarter BUFFALO SABRES — Assigned F Arttu Ruot-
Mississippi University for Women at IP H R ER BB SO Monday, Sept. 30
Mia_FG Sanders 22, :53.
Second Quarter Pit_D.Johnson 39 pass from Rudolph (Boswell salainen to Ilves (Finnish Elite League). Assigned
Pittsburgh
Warren Wilson, Noon Tr.Williams L,7-8 5 3 2 2 2 6
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 7:15 p.m. Mia_FG Sanders 33, 5:48. kick), 10:22.
SF_Pettis 5 pass from Garoppolo (Gould kick),
Fs Eric Cornel, Sean Malone, Andrew Oglevie,
Kyle Olson and Kevin Porter; D Jacob Bryson,
Third Quarter
Women’s College Golf Feliz
Holmes
1 2 2 2 1 1
1 2 0 0 1 1 Vikings 34, Raiders 14 Dal_Cooper 19 pass from Prescott (Maher kick), 1:15. Casey Fitzgerald, Brandon Hickey, Zach Red-
mond and Devante Stephens to Rochester (AHL).
12:28. A_69,439.
Mississippi State at Schooner Fall Rodríguez 1 0 0 0 0 1 Oakland 0 7 0 7—14 Dal_Prescott 8 run (Maher kick), 3:30. Placed F C.J. Smith and G Andrew Hammond on
Milwaukee Minnesota 7 14 7 6—34 Fourth Quarter Pit SF waivers.
Classic, All Day Woodruff 2 0 0 0 0 3 First Quarter Dal_Pollard 16 run (Maher kick), 3:45. First downs 11 26 DALLAS STARS — Assigned D Gavin Bayreuther,
Jackson 1 0 0 0 0 3 Min_Thielen 35 pass from Cousins (Bailey kick), A_90,127. Total Net Yards 239 436 Emil Djuse and Ben Gleason; and LWs Tye Fel-
G.González W,3-2 3 1-3 1 0 0 0 3 11:21. Mia Dal Rushes-yards 22-79 40-168 haber, Riley Tufte and Adam Mascherin to Texas
Pomeranz 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 Second Quarter First downs 17 28 Passing 160 268 (AHL). Placed D Dillon Heatherington and C Tan-

on the air Peralta


Hader S,35-41 1
2-3 2 3 0 0 1
1-3 1 0 0 0 3
Umpires_Home, Laz Diaz; First, Tony Randazzo;
Min_Cook 1 run (Bailey kick), 14:55.
Min_Thielen 1 run (Bailey kick), 11:06.
Oak_Nelson 29 pass from Carr (Carlson kick),
Total Net Yards 283
Rushes-yards 24-72
Passing 211
476
34-235
241
Punt Returns 1-0
Kickoff Returns 2-42
Interceptions Ret. 2-21
5-53
2-48
1-4
ner Kero on waivers. Released RW Stefan Noesen
and LW Scottie Upshall from their professional
tryout agreements.
7:26.
Today
Second, Cory Blaser; Third, Jeff Nelson. Punt Returns 2-1 1-13 Comp-Att-Int 14-27-1 23-32-2 LOS ANGELES KINGS — Assigned D Daniel
T_2:54. A_43,321 (41,900). Third Quarter Kickoff Returns 1-26 0-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-14 1-9 Brickley, Kale Clague, Sean Durzi, Markus Phil-
Min_Mattison 10 run (Bailey kick), 7:28. Punts 6-52.3 3-50.0 lips, Chaz Reddekopp and Austin Strand; Fs Mikey
BEACH VOLLEYBALL Fourth Quarter
Interceptions Ret. 1-21
Comp-Att-Int 20-41-0
0-0
19-32-1 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 4-3 Eyssimont, Boko Imama, Matt Luff, Brad Morrison,
5 p.m. — AVP: The Hawaii Open, Day 4, Marlins 5, Nationals 3 Min_FG Bailey 50, 14:55. Sacked-Yards Lost 3-18 1-5 Penalties-Yards 6-42 5-71 Sheldon Rempal, Drake Rymsha and Johan So-
Washington Miami Min_FG Bailey 24, 3:45. Time of Possession 23:43 36:17 dergran; and Gs Cole Kehler and Matthew Villalta
Wakiki, Hawaii (taped), NBCSN ab r h bi ab r h bi Oak_Williams 11 pass from Carr (Carlson kick),
Punts 5-43.8 3-44.3
Fumbles-Lost 3-1 0-0 to Ontario (AHL). Assigned Fs Mason Bergh, Brett
MLB BASEBALL Turner ss 5 1 1 0 Sierra cf 3 2 2 0 1:23.
A_66,738.
Penalties-Yards 5-35 8-100 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Sutter and Lance Bouma; amd D Max Gottlieb and
Eaton rf 4 0 1 0 Stanek p 0 0 0 0 RUSHING_Pittsburgh, Conner 13-43, Rudolph Ryan Stanton to their minor league camp.
6 p.m. — Boston at Tampa Bay OR Rendon 3b 5 0 1 1 Brigham p 0 0 0 0
Time of Possession 29:04
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
30:56
4-15, Holton 1-9, D.Johnson 1-6, Snell 3-6. San NASHVILLE PREDATORS — Assigned Fs Lukas
Philadelphia at Washington, MLB Soto lf 1 1 0 0 Berti ss-cf 3 1 1 2
First downs
Oak Min
17 23
RUSHING_Miami, Drake 13-44, Rosen 3-13, Bal- Francisco, Mostert 12-79, Breida 14-68, Wilson Craggs, Tanner Jeannot, Zach Magwood, Mathieu
Kendrick 1b 4 0 2 0 Castro 3b 3 0 1 2 8-18, Garoppolo 6-3. Olivier, Rem Pitlick, Eeli Tolvanen, Yakov Trenin
9 p.m. — St. Louis at Arizona, MLB Dozier 2b 4 1 0 1 A lfaro c 4 0 0 0 Total Net Yards 302 385
lage 7-11, Grant 1-4. Dallas, Elliott 19-125, Pollard
13-103, Prescott 2-7. PASSING_Pittsburgh, Rudolph 14-27-1-174. San and Josh Wilkins; D Frederic Allard, Jeremy Da-
NFL FOOTBALL Robles cf 3 0 0 0 Díaz 2b 3 0 0 0 Rushes-yards 20-88
Passing 214
38-211
174
PASSING_Miami, Rosen 18-39-0-200, Fitzpatrick Francisco, Garoppolo 23-32-2-277. vies and Brandon Fortunato; and G Connor Ingram
Gomes c 3 0 0 0 Ramirez lf 4 0 1 0 RECEIVING_Pittsburgh, Conner 4-14, to Milwaukee (AHL). Released Fs Thomas Novak,
7 p.m. — Chicago at Washington, ESPN Voth p 2 0 1 1 Dean 1b 4 1 1 1 Punt Returns 2-0 3-21
2-2-0-29. Dallas, Prescott 19-32-1-246.
RECEIVING_Miami, P.Williams 4-68, Grant 4-27, Smith-Schuster 3-81, D.Johnson 3-52, Wash- Joe Pendenza, Hugo Roy and Cole Schneider;
SOCCER (MEN’S) Stevenson ph 0 0 0 0 Brinson rf 2 1 0 0 Kickoff Returns 0-0
Interceptions Ret. 0-0
1-25
1-13
D.Parker 3-56, Drake 3-34, Gesicki 3-9, O’Leary ington 2-14, McDonald 1-10, Grimble 1-3. San D Arvin Atwal, Josh Healey, Scott Savage and
Strickland p 0 0 0 0 Lopez p 1 0 0 0 Francisco, Kittle 6-57, Pettis 4-20, Juszczyk 3-51, Adam Smith; and G Ken Appleby from their pro-
1:20 p.m. — Bundesliga: Hoffenheim Suero p 0 0 0 0 Prado ph 1 0 0 0 Comp-Att-Int 27-34-1 15-21-0
1-19, Ballage 1-10, Hurns 1-6. Dallas, Cooper
6-88, Witten 3-54, Pollard 3-25, D.Smith 2-39, Samuel 3-44, Goodwin 2-41, James 2-22, Breida fessional tryout agreements and assigned them
at VfL Wolfsburg, FS2 Rainey p 0 0 0 0 Keller p 0 0 0 0 Sacked-Yards Lost 4-28
Punts 4-54.3 2-47.5
0-0 Cobb 2-23, Elliott 2-14, Jarwin 1-3. 2-20, Bourne 1-22. to Milwaukee.
Cabrera ph 1 0 0 0 García p 0 0 0 0 MISSED FIELD GOALS_None. NEW JERSEY DEVILS — Assigned Gs Evan
TENNIS Guerra p 0 0 0 0 Granderson ph 1 0 0 0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0
MISSED FIELD GOALS_Miami, Sanders 47. Dal-
las, Maher 55. Cormier and Gilles Senn; D Michael Paliotta,
5 a.m. — ATP/WTA: The Zhuhai and Rojas ss 0 0 0 0 Penalties-Yards 7-84 6-59
Saints 33, Seahawks 27
Colby Sissons and Colton White; and Fs Joey An-
Chengdu Opens, Early Rounds & The Totals 32 3 6 3 Totals 29 5 6 5 Time of Possession 28:28 31:32 Chiefs 33, Ravens 28 New Orleans 7 13 7 6—33
derson, Brandon Gignac, Ludvig Larsson, Mikhail
Washington 100 200 0 00 — 3 Maltsev, Nikita Popugaev, Ryan Schmelzer, Brett
Wuhan and Tashkent Opens, Early Miami 100 0 00 40x — 5 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING_Oakland, Jacobs 10-44, Washington
Baltimore 6 0 7 15—28 Seattle 7 0 0 20—27
First Quarter
Seney, Yegor Sharangovich, Blake Speers, Mar-
E_Rendon (10), Suero (3). DP_Washington 1, Mi- Kansas City 0 23 7 3—33 ian Studenic and Fabian Zetterlund to Bingham-
Rounds, TENNIS ami 1. LOB_Washington 9, Miami 6. 2B_Ramirez 6-22, Richard 2-15, Waller 1-7, Carr 1-0. Minne- First Quarter NO_Harris 53 punt return (Lutz kick), 12:06. ton (AHL). Placed Fs Brandon Baddock and Ben
10 p.m. — ATP/WTA: The Zhuhai and (19), Sierra (1), Berti (13). 3B_Sierra (1), Castro (4). sota, Cook 16-110, Mattison 12-58, Boone 3-28,
Cousins 4-16, Thielen 1-1, Mannion 2-(minus 2).
Bal_Ingram 2 run (run failed), 4:24. Sea_Lockett 8 pass from Wilson (Myers kick),
2:24.
Street; and D Josh Jacobs and Dakota Mermis
Second Quarter on waivers.
Chengdu Opens, Early Rounds & The HR_Dean (5). SF_Castro (9).
PASSING_Oakland, Carr 27-34-1-242. Minneso- KC_McCoy 1 run (Butker kick), 14:18. Second Quarter ST. LOUIS BLUES — Assigned Fs Michael Vec-
Wuhan and Tashkent Opens, Early IP H R ER BB SO
ta, Cousins 15-21-0-174.
RECEIVING_Oakland, Waller 13-134, Nelson
KC_Robinson 18 pass from Mahomes (Butker NO_Bell 33 fumble return (kick failed), 6:50.
NO_Kamara 29 pass from Bridgewater (Lutz
chione, Dakota Joshua and Robby Jackson; D
kick), 7:52. Mitch Reinke and G Evan Fitzpatrick to San An-
Rounds, TENNIS Washington
Voth 5 3 1 1 3 3
4-36, Williams 3-29, Renfrow 3-28, Richard 3-14, KC_Hardman 83 pass from Mahomes (kick failed), kick), :33. tonio (AHL).
5 a.m. (Tuesday) — ATP/WTA: The Zhu- Strickland H,8 1 1 2 2 0 0
Moreau 1-1. Minnesota, Cook 4-33, I.Smith 3-60,
Thielen 3-55, Diggs 3-15, Rudolph 1-11, Ham 1-0.
3:00. Third Quarter
NO_Thomas 1 pass from Bridgewater (Lutz kick),
TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING — Assigned Fs Alex
KC_FG Butker 42, :05. Barre-Boulet, Ross Colton, Corey Conacher, Chris
hai and Chengdu Opens, Early Rounds Suero L,6-9 BS,1-7
Rainey
1-3 1 2 2 1 1
2-3 1 0 0 0 2
MISSED FIELD GOALS_Oakland, Carlson 51. Third Quarter 7:44. Mueller, Otto Somppi and Mitchell Stephens; D Cal
& The Wuhan and Tashkent Opens, Guerra 1 0 0 0 0 0 Bal_Ingram 19 run (Tucker kick), 10:35. Fourth Quarter
Sea_Wilson 2 run (Myers kick), 11:51.
Foote and G Spencer Martin to Syracuse (AHL).
Assigned F Nolan Foote to Kelowna (WHL).
Early Rounds, TENNIS Miami
Lopez 5 6 3 3 4 1
Colts 27, Falcons 24 KC_McCoy 14 pass from Mahomes (Butker kick),
2:07. NO_Kamara 1 run (run failed), 4:19. VEGAS KNIGHTS — Reassigned Gs Garret
Atlanta 0 3 7 14—24 Fourth Quarter Sea_Wilson 8 run (Myers kick), 2:48. Sparks and Oscar Dansk to Chicago (AHL).
Keller 1 0 0 0 1 1 Indianapolis 10 10 0 7—27 Sea_Dissly 4 pass from Wilson, :00.
Bal_Ingram 1 run (pass failed), 12:22.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Monday, September 23, 2019 3B

PRO FOOTBALL CAPSULES Mistake-prone Falcons


Chiefs stop 3 2-point conversions, beat Ravens 33-28 looking for quick fix
The Associated Press 42-yard field goal to take
a 23-6 lead. They scored
yard touchdown drive
capped by a 4-yard run
28 -10 halftime lead. His
44-yard completion to
after 27-24 loss
KANSAS CITY, Mo. four TDs in the second by Jeff Wilson Jr., and ap- the Giants 9 set up the
The Associated Press Not enough?
— Patrick Mahomes and quarter last week in Oak- peared poised to do the last-second field goal try Safety Keanu Neal was
the Chiefs won a show- INDIANAPOLIS — called for unsportsmanlike
land . same when they drove by Gay, who also missed
down between two of the Atlanta Falcons coach conduct in the end zone on
n Rams 20, Browns inside the 10 following an extra point and had
Dan Quinn looked at the
NFL’s top offenses. 13: CLEVELAND — the second score. But another blocked. the same play he suffered
The Ravens made stat sheet and got right to
Xooper Kupp’s comeback on third down from the Jones, making his an Achilles tendon injury. It
them work for it until the the point Sunday. Quar-
is complete. The Rams 7, a shotgun snap hit re- first NFL start in place cost the Falcons their final
very end. terback Matt Ryan felt
have another weapon. ceiver Richie James Jr. of benched two-time Su- the same way. first-half timeout and gave
Mahomes threw for The shifty wide receiv- as he went in motion and per Bowl MVP Eli Man- Indy first-and-goal at the
374 yards and three The Falcons need to
er caught two touchdown T.J. Watt recovered the ning, completed 23 of fix their mistakes and Falcons 4 after Neal was
touchdowns in another passes from Jared Goff fumble for Pittsburgh 36 passes. With Saquon carted off the field.
dazzling performance, quickly.
and Los Angeles stopped on San Francisco’s third Barkley exiting with a “The penalties, turn- Brissett made the Fal-
Kansas City Baker Mayfield four red-zone turnover of the right ankle injury late in overs, those kinds of cons pay with a touchdown
held quar- times from the 4-yard line game. the first half, Jones also
terback things, pass to T.Y. Hilton on the
in the final minute as the The Steelers then led the Giants with 28 we’ve had next play, giving the Colts a
Lamar Jack- Rams hung on over the gave it right back when yards rushing on four
son in check too much of 20-3 lead.
short-handed Browns, James Conner was attempts. that in the
most of the “We’ve got work to do as
who were missing their stripped by Arik Arm- n Texans 27, Char- first cou-
rain-soaked we get ready because we’ve
entire starting second- stead and DeForest gers 20: CARSON, Ca- ple weeks
a f t e r no on , got to get our road mentali-
ary. Buckner recovered at lif. — Deshaun Watson of the sea-
and the Mahomes The Rams (3-0) re- the 24. After a third- threw for 351 yards and ty right,” Quinn said. “This
Chiefs held son,” said one stinks.”
mained unbeaten — and down holding penalty hit Jordan Akins with Ryan, the Ryan
on for a 33-28 victory over Offensively, things didn’t
perfect against AFC on Mark Barron extend- two of his three touch- leag ue’s
Baltimore on Sunday. go much better.
teams in the regular sea- ed the drive, Garoppolo down passes, and J.J. 2016 MVP. “We had too
LeSean McCoy and A holding call against
son under coach Sean found Pettis for the go- Watt had two of the Tex- much of that today. Those
Darrel Williams com- left guard James Carpen-
McVay — by barely hold- ahead score. ans’ five sacks of Philip are things we have to
bined for 116 yards rush- ter on Atlanta’s first series
ing back the Browns (1- n Giants 32, Bucs Rivers. clean up to be a better
ing and a score in place of
2). 31: TAMPA, Fla. — The Akins made the first football team.” knocked the Falcons out of
the injured Damien Wil-
On the Browns’ final Daniel Jones era is off to two TD catches of his The numbers — 16 field-goal range, and anoth-
liams, while the Chiefs
drive, Mayfield, who was a rousing start for the career and fellow tight penalties for 128 yards er scoring chance slipped
(3-0) stopped the Ravens
under pressure most of New York Giants. end Darren Fells also and minus-1 in the turn- away when Clayton Geath-
three times on 2-point at-
the night, tried to force a The rookie quarter- caught a TD pass for over battle — only told ers picked off Ryan at the
tempts.
The last came after pass to receiver Damion back threw for 336 yards the Texans (2-1), who part of the story about the Colts 3-yard line in the first
Jackson scrambled for a Ratley on fourth down. and two touchdowns rallied from a 10 -point 27-24 loss at Indianapolis. half. Ryan now has six inter-
touchdown with 2:01 to Safety John Johnson III and also ran for two halftime deficit with 20 Atlanta (1-2) finished ceptions in three games af-
go. The conversion would picked him off. TDs, including the go- consecutive points on one penalty short of ter throwing seven last year
have gotten the Ravens n 49ers 24, Steelers ahead score with 1:16 the way to their fran- matching the franchise’s — something he promises
(2-1) within a field goal, 20: SANTA CLAR A, Ca- remaining as the Giants chise’s second-ever win single-game record, set to correct.
but Jackson was shoved lif. — Jimmy Garoppolo rallied from an 18 -point over the Chargers (1-2). Nov. 5, 1978 at San Fran- “We had two good oppor-
out of bounds short of the threw a 5-yard touch- halftime deficit. Keenan Allen caught cisco and helped put them
tunities to come away with
pylon. down pass to Dante Pet- Jameis Winston 13 passes for a ca- in a 17-point halftime defi-
tis with 1:15 remaining threw for 380 yards and reer-high 183 yards and points and we didn’t come
Baltimore tried to get cit that they couldn’t over-
and the 49ers overcame put the Bucs (1-2) in po- two touchdowns from come. away with points on either
the ball back with a rare of those possessions,” he
dropkick, but the Chiefs five turnovers for their sition to pull out a dra- Rivers, who passed for And yet the bigger con-
first 3-0 start in 21 years. matic win, but rookie 318 yards in the Bolts’ cern may be this problem said. “It turned out this was
calmly called for a fair
The Niners gave the Matt Gay’s 34-yard field second straight loss. first surfaced during the the kind of game where we
catch. Then they con-
verted on third down mo- ball away four times in goal sailed wide right as The Chargers have preseason and shows no needed those scores.”
ments later to run out the the first half and then time expired. a losing record after sign of abating. Ryan was only partly to
clock. lost a fumble again in the Jones scored on a three games for the fifth Only eight teams started blame, though. In addition
Mark Ingram was the fourth quarter, but still 7-yard run in the second consecutive season. Los Week 3 with more penalties to all the extra chances the
Ravens’ biggest bright managed to pull out the quarter and put the Gi- Angeles also started 1-2 than the Falcons and Atlan- Falcons’ defense gave Indy,
spot, running for 103 victory and spoil Mason ants ahead with another last season before reel- ta nearly doubled its pre- Atlanta struggled to get off
yards and a trio of touch- Rudolph’s first career 7-yarder on fourth-and- ing off six straight wins vious total by committing the field.
downs while catching start in place of the in- goal. The sixth pick in during an 11-2 finish. more penalties in one game The Falcons allowed
four passes for 32 yards. jured Ben Roethlisberg- this year’s draft began Houston went up 27-17 than 16 teams did in the first scoring drives 93, 94 and
Jackson finished with er for the Steelers (0-3). New York’s comeback with 9:40 to play on a typ- two weeks. 75 yards — the last com-
267 yards passing and Rudolph threw two with a 75 -yard TD pass ically magical effort by Seven times, the Falcons
ing after Ryan’s second
46 rushing, most of that long touchdown passes to Evan Engram on the Watson , whose escape extended Indy drives with
TD pass cut the deficit
when he was trying to ral- in the second half, con- first play of the second abilities usually kept penalties, including a de-
fensive holding call against to 20-17. But when Colts
ly the Ravens from a big necting on a 76-yarder to half, and a 7-yarder to him one step ahead of
cornerback Damontae Ka- receiver Zach Pascal ran
halftime hole. JuJu Smith-Schuster and Sterling Shepard mid- the Chargers’ tough pass
a 39-yarder to Diontae way through the third rush. The quarterback zee on third-and-10. Indy free down the sideline for
The Chiefs scored four
times in the second quar- Johnson that gave the quarter. barely eluded a sack by cashed in by scoring its fi- a 35-yard catch on third-
ter for the second con- Steelers a 20-17 lead in Winston threw TD Melvin Ingram and con- nal touchdown. And three and-1 with 9:24 left, Mar-
secutive week, this time the fourth quarter. passes of 21, 3 and 20 verted a broken play, hit- times, Colts quarterback lon Mack cashed in with
getting three touchdowns The Niners answered yards to Mike Evans to ting Akins for a 53-yard Jacoby Brissett drew the a 4-yard run on the next
and Harrison Butker’s the first strike with a 75- help Tampa Bay build a catch-and-run TD. Falcons offside. play for a 27-17 lead.

Cowboys
Continued from Page 1B
when Dak makes a poor into a touchdown. Parker the entire preseason hold- trade from Miami and a phins. woozy Hurns left the field
decision, we’re just not earlier had a one-handed ing out for the $90 million two-game suspension for Cowboys owner Jerry on his own, but was ruled
used to that,” owner Jer- grab on a drive that ended extension he signed the violating the NFL’s pol- Jones has been outspo- out in the first quarter
ry Jones said. “I’m proud in a 47-yard miss by Sand- day of the first full work- icy on performance-en- ken against such protests,
with a concussion.
that he’s moving that ball ers. out before the regular hancers. including threatening to
around and came back “I don’t come away season. During his one season bench his players. Jones
out and really moved it feeling good about it at Rookie Tony Pollard, with the Dolphins and in said after the game he Howard ejected
around to a lot of different all,” said Drake, who had who became the top op- previous years with the never felt the need to Miami cornerback
people.” 44 of just 77 yards rush- tion behind Elliott while Rams, Quinn raised his address the issue with Xavien Howard, still look-
The Dolphins out- ing for an offense that was the two-time rushing fist during the national Quinn.
ing for his first intercep-
gained the Cowboys in limited to 67 total yards champion was gone, had anthem to protest police
tion after tying for the
the first half (216-204), after halftime. “At the end his first 100-yard day (103 brutality, social injustice Another scare for NFL lead with seven last
but still have just one of the day, we had a few on 13 carries), clinching and racial inequality. Col- Hurns
touchdown in three good drives, we left a lot it on a 16-yard run for his in Kaepernick sparked season, was ejected in the
Miami receiver Allen
games after settling for of points off the board and first TD. It’s the first time the debate in 2016 by Hurns had to be taken off fourth quarter following a
two field goals from Jason we left a lot of yards on since 1998 for Dallas to kneeling during “The the field after a jarring personal-foul penalty.
Sanders in four trips in- the field.” have a pair of 100-yard Star-Spangled Banner.” play at the home of the
side the Dallas 30 before rushers in a game. In keeping with what Cowboys, just as he did
halftime. Dual threats he had already done in in the playoffs last season
Up next
Dolphins: LA Char-
Just before Drake’s Ezekiel Elliott (125 Quinn’s Dallas debut two home preseason when he broke his ankle
fumble, DeVante Parker yards on 19 carries) had Robert Quinn record- games, Quinn didn’t raise on a gruesome-looking gers at home next Sunday.
dropped a throw that he his second straight 100- ed a sack in his debut for his fist during the anthem play against Seattle when Cowboys: At New Or-
easily could have turned yard game after missing Dallas after an offseason before facing the Dol- he played for Dallas. A leans next Sunday.

Saints
Continued from Page 1B
“You never want to missed field goal attempt. 19 of 27 passes for 177 come. on fourth-and-1 deep in End of half
take the game for grant- But the key for New yards. “Just had a really hard its own end and Kamara Seattle missed a
ed,” Bridgewater said. “I Orleans was a pair of Kamara had nine time getting out of our scored on a 1-yard plunge chance to trim the defi-
think last year what hap- first-half touchdowns catches for 92 yards and own way,” Carroll said. for the capper. Wilson cit at the end of the first
pened, we had the playoff with Bridgewater stand- added another 69 yards also missed Lockett on half because of poor
spot locked up. To come ing on the sideline. rushing. First win a fourth-down throw in clock management. Seat-
into a game like today Deonte Harris took a “He’s like a human joy- Payton won for the first the end zone in the third tle took possession with
that has more meaning punt back 53 yards for a stick,” Bridgewater said. time in his career without quarter. 29 seconds left and two
was one of those games score in the first quarter, “You get him the ball he’s Brees as his quarterback. Wilson was 32 of 50 timeouts. The Seahawks
where your emotions are and Vonn Bell picked up spinning, he’s juking, he’s It was a limited sample for 406 yards and added chose not to use a timeout
high because the game Chris Carson’s third lost bouncing off of guys.” size of just three previous a 4-yard TD to Will Diss- after a 9-yard completion
has meaning and you hav- fumble in three games, The Saints took ad- games and a stat Payton ly on the final play of the to Dissly. Wilson took the
en’t experienced this in a and returned it 33 yards vantage of Seattle’s slop- joked as being “silly” af- game. next snap with 10 seconds
long time.” for a TD in the second piness and handed the terward. left and after scrambling
Bridgewater threw a quarter. Seahawks (2-1) their first “That sells papers. I No pressure hit DK Metcalf for 54
29-yard touchdown to Ka- The two non-offen- home loss in the month got it,” Payton cracked. Bridgewater was yards to the Saints 16.
mara late in the first half sive touchdowns for New of September under Pete helped by Seattle’s pass Seattle attempted to call
on a screen pass where Orleans, plus Seattle’s Carroll. Seattle had been Wilson’s stats rush being unable to cre- timeout, but officials said
the talented running numerous miscues took 15-0 at home in Septem- Russell Wilson threw ate consistent pressure. it came after the clock hit
back bounced off sever- pressure off Bridgewa- ber since 2010. The first an 8-yard TD to Tyler The debut of Jadeveon zero.
al tacklers on his way to ter. He didn’t need to loss will sting after Seat- Lockett in the first half Clowney and Ziggy An-
the end zone. He added a win the game. He simply tle gave gifts to the Saints and ran for a pair of touch- sah playing together on Up next
1-yard TD toss to Michael needed to avoid his own all day, whether it was downs in the fourth quar- the defensive line yielded Saints: New Orleans re-
Thomas on fourth-and- errors, which he did. He turnovers, untimely pen- ter. His 2-yard TD run minimal results. Seattle turns home after two weeks
goal on the first posses- got the ball in the hands alties, terrible tackling early in the fourth pulled had zero sacks, only two on the road and faces Dallas
sion of the second half, of his playmakers, Ka- or costly clock manage- Seattle within 27-14. New quarterback hits. While next Sunday.
a drive kept alive by an mara mostly, and didn’t ment. It was an equation Orleans went three-and- Bridgewater got rid of the Seahawks: Seattle trav-
illegal formation penal- take unnecessary risks. of errors by Seattle that out on its next drive, but ball quickly, he was com- els to NFC West rival Arizo-
ty against Seattle on a Bridgewater completed was too much to over- Seattle couldn’t convert fortable in the pocket. na next Sunday.
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Freeman leaves Braves’ 4-1 loss to Giants with sore elbow


The Associated Press Kansas City. Off days “It’s obviously not Friday night’s first Donaldson and second Keuchel (8-7).
on Monday and Thurs- ideal,” said Freeman of game of the final reg- baseman Ozzie Albies. Longoria was only 2 for
ATL A NTA — The day made the decision the injury. “It respond- ular-season series Albies had his second 17 on the road trip before
Atlanta Braves closed easy for Snitker and ed pretty good with that against the Mets. straight day off before driving in Austin Slater
their final home regu- general manager Alex off day last week, so we “Hopefully some reaching on a pinch-hit with a double to right-cen-
lar-season game with Anthopoulos. hope four days will real- good treatment will single in the ninth. ter off Keuchel in the
new injury concerns “If we were in the ly do the trick.” make it go away,” he Webb (2-2) struck out sixth.
about Freddie Freeman playoffs tomorrow, he Freeman, who won a said. “... Hopefully I’ll seven. He opened the Joey Rickard’s double
and his status for the would be in the lineup,” Gold Glove at first base be ready to go for the game with five scoreless to left field drove in Lon-
playoffs. Snitker said. last season, is a key to game on Friday.” innings before Adeiny goria and Kevin Pillar,
A recurrence of pain “At times it kind of the NL East champion Rookie Logan Webb Hechavarría tripled in who reached on short-
caused by a bone spur bites him a little bit. Braves’ hopes to win allowed only two hits the sixth and scored on stop Dansby Swanson’s
in his right elbow forced He gets treatment and their first playoff series and one run in six in- Freeman’s groundout. fielding error.
Freeman to leave the he’s fine. ... We want to since 2001. He is hitting nings as San Fran- Relievers Tyler Rog- Longoria added a
Braves’ 4-1 loss to the make sure that thing .296 with 38 homers cisco prevented the ers and Will Smith run-scoring single off
San Francisco Giants gets back right.” and leads the NL with Braves from sweeping closed out the com- Luke Jackson in the sev-
on Sunday. Snitker rested Free- 121 RBIs. the three-game series. bined five-hitter. Smith enth.
Braves manager Bri- man on Saturday night, The renewed elbow Evan Longoria drove in pitched the ninth for his Rickard and Mike
an Snitker said Free- and the first baseman pain causes concern two runs with two hits. 34th save. Yastrzemski had two
man will remain in drove in a run with a for Freeman’s status for Snitker, preparing After being outscored hits.
Atlanta for four days groundout in the sixth the playoffs. the NL East champions 14-1 in losing the first two Keuchel allowed
of treatment instead on Sunday before leav- The Braves plan on for the playoffs, rested games of the series, the three runs, two of them
of joining the team for ing the game in the Freeman joining the outfielder Ronald Acuña Giants scored three runs earned, on six hits in
a two-game series in eighth. team in New York for Jr., third baseman Josh in the sixth off Dallas six innings.

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DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: when it’s final. At the status quo, nothing will
I never had some point you change.
sex unless WILL regain your DEAR ABBY: A friend of
I was in love and equilibrium, and mine is a very nice person. He
knew there was a when you do, you and his wife live in Pennsyl-
strong possibility will know how to vania. I live in New Jersey. He
of a solid future. end it. comes here, and I go there to
Well, I am 51 now DEAR ABBY: where he lives.
and newly single. My wife of 45 Every time it’s his turn to
My divorce was years has an pay, he comes to lunch alone.
final four months older sister Every time it is my turn, he
ago, and I am who is a nasty, brings along his wife. I don’t
ZITS now living in a narcissistic bully. feel right about it. He does
new state. She has treated offer extra money, which
I joined one my wife and our I’m really not comfortable
of those hookup family like dirt accepting.
sites, found for years, yet my When it’s his turn, he pays
someone and
Dear Abby wife continues $25, but when it is mine, the
began having sex to tolerate it and tab is usually $40 to $50 be-
with him. I nearly backed out refuses to hear of any negative cause there’s an extra person
and panicked because his pro- comments about her sister involved. Sometimes he takes
file said he lived 30 minutes from me. care of the tip. Should I tell
away from me, but he was at Because of the way she him I have things to do and
my house in 10 minutes (!) has behaved, I do not want any can’t go to lunch? — UNSURE
saying he was visiting a friend contact with my sister-in-law. UP NORTH
in my neighborhood. I am at a loss, though, as to DEAR UNSURE: Because
He’s well-educated, how to keep the relationship you enjoy his company, tell him
GARFIELD gorgeous, adorable, and I’m from causing trouble in my that although you like his wife,
having the most amazing, marriage. Why do bullied peo- you would feel more comfort-
mind-blowing sex of my life. ple refuse to see their abusers able if when you have lunch
The problem is, I’m falling in for what they are? — DONE together it’s “just us guys.”
love, and he’s only 33. I never WITH IT IN MINNESOTA Either that, or suggest that
thought I could go through with DEAR DONE WITH IT: It’s from now on you each request
a hookup, but I did. I need to lack of self-esteem. Bullied separate checks.
end this, but I don’t know how. people somehow think they de- Dear Abby is written by
­— TRYING TO END IT IN THE serve the ill treatment they are Abigail Van Buren, also known
EAST receiving. Your wife may come as Jeanne Phillips, and was
DEAR TRYING: When from a background where founded by her mother, Pauline
people are newly divorced, abuse was normal. If you pre- Phillips. Contact Dear Abby
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Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Sept. to find the time. But try. You’ll and to give what people might
23). You’ll separate what be glad you did. not have if it weren’t for you —
you want from what others in TAURUS (April 20-May this is a feeling like no other.
your life want from you. It’s a 20). Intense emotional action LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). If
powerful distinction to make. doesn’t always add excitement you think that you’re alone in
You’ve the courage to follow to your life as promised. Some- your lifestyle, you’re both wrong
your heart’s lead. It will take times, it drains your reserves and right. People all over the
you to beautiful settings. and makes you numb instead. world have similar challenges,
You’ll exchange promises. A Steer clear of drama today, as habits and solutions for dealing
lucrative deal in January opens there will be no thrill in it. with daily life. Your way is still
up an exploration. Passionate GEMINI (May 21-June 21). unique and worth sharing.
BABY BLUES missions start in February. Leo You can’t move forward without VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
and Taurus adore you. Your taking a risk, although you may Weakness is repellant. People
lucky numbers are: 9, 40, 2, 22 be so used to some risk-taking want to see themselves as
and 15. that you hardly notice it. It’s courageous and effective, and
ARIES (March 21-April become a part of your daily life displays of weakness make
19). Keeping up with people is and the way you “do you.” them doubt their own abilities.
harder than it should be. You’ve CANCER (June 22-July 22). You’ll get more support failing
so many ways to stay in touch, You never feel so powerful as boldly than making a weak
and yet your responsibilities and when you empower others. To attempt.
distractions make it challenging teach, to watch people grow LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.
23). Low-hanging fruit has a
reputation for being too easy
for respectable consumption.
On the other hand, only a fool
would pass up the abundance
BEETLE BAILEY of life to make things harder for
no reason. The sweetness is
right there for you. Take it.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). People grow in different
ways. Some develop on the in-
side before the outside catches
up, and others do the reverse.
Be patient with the growth pro-
cess and accept whatever form
growth comes in.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). Letting your current budget
dictate your future fun is no fun
at all. See what you want first
MALLARD FILLMORE and then figure out how much
you need to earn to get there.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). You want something
different from what the others
on your team want. These goals
don’t have to be at odds. There
are ways to work this to the
advantage of all.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). You’re comfortable with
yourself and therefore won’t
be lonely when you’re alone. In
fact, you could use more alone
time. It helps you connect with
FAMILY CIRCUS your purpose and feed your soul
the custom diet it craves.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). Surround yourself with
people who want what’s best for
you. How do you know who they
are? Their actions will tell you.
Also, when a person’s words
are supportive but their actions
aren’t, go with the message
inside the action.

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left on Darracott Rd, see most but definitely open
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left. 662−494−6218.
to any mix of the above
−listed genres. I am a
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New inventory arriving daily! companion?
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areas for household & 4dr, Silver, 34K Miles,
commercial storage. $11,900
Rent online at 2017 Honda Accord Sport;
friendlycitymini.com 4dr, Gray, 25K Miles,
or call 662−327−4236. $16,900
2017 Honda Accord Black;
4dr, Black, 29K Miles, ACROSS
$16,900
1 Shot in the
Real Estate
2018 Honda Accord
Touring; 4dr, Red, 48 dark
Miles, $24,900 6 Fizzy drinks
2012 Honda Civic EX; 4dr,
Ads starting at $25 Silver, 151K Miles, $7,900 11 Really im-
2017 Honda Civic Sport pressed
DOWNTOWN 1BR
Houses For Sale: East Hatchback; 4dr, Gray, 53K
Miles, $16,900
2018 Honda Civic Sport;
When looking 12 Put in office
13 Bellhop, often
for a new pet,
This large 1 bedroom 495 EMERALD Dr.
apartment has been Nice Brick Home in
4dr, Blue, 474 Miles, 14 Boise’s state
recently renovated. It established neighborhood.
$17,900
2013 Nissan Altima 2.5;
15 Nights before
adoption is 17 Fresh
features great natural Located on a large lot. The
light, hardwood floors, 4dr, Maroon, 86K Miles,
home boasts 4BR/2.5BA
tall ceilings and access w/ 2 car garage. Freshly
$9,900 18 Wrestling
2015 Nissan Altima 2.5; duos
to a shared laundry room.
$750 rent and $750
deposit. Utilities included.
painted interior and tile
floors in the kitchen &
bathrooms. $125K OBO.
White, 70K Miles, $9,900
2017 Nissan Maxima 3.5 always a 22 Sneaker
problem
good option.
No pets please. Call Peter, S; 4dr, White, 50K Miles,
770−658−7726. $16,900
662−574−1561. 23 Mob member
Lots & Acreage
2018 Nissan Maxima SL;
4dr, Black, 1362 Miles, 27 Bigwig Sunday’s answer
DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA
CH&A, 1 story, W/D, 20 ACRE
$21,900 29 Pitch choice 2 One, for Juan 26 Cincinnati
historic district, 1 block UNRESTRICTED SUV’S: 30 Showed 3 Have lunch team
from downtown. HOMESITE. Exceptional 2013 Acura RDX pleasure 4 Breakfast treat 28 Disagreeable
$575/mo. + $575 dep. location on Old West Point
NO PETS. 662−574−8789. Road. Perfect house site,
Technology Pkg; 4dr, Gray, 32 Woodwind 5 Act the waiter 31 “That’s obvi-
76K Miles, $13,900
Peaceful & Quiet area. approved lake site, 2018 Acura RDX part 6 Earthshaking ous!”
utilities, great Technology Pkg; 4dr, Black, 33 Washes 7 Antique 34 Network
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neighborhood and all within
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8K Miles, $21,900 35 Nap site 8 College head points
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TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS
Call Long & Long @ 2010 Honda Odyssey EX; 39 Be real target 36 Trade fair
662−328−0770. 4dr, 135K Miles, Silver, 41 Because of 10 Put away 37 Grime
1 BEDROOM Broker/Owner. $7,900
45 Spring month 16 Lobed organ 40 Use a pew
2 BEDROOMS 356.7 ACRES ON HWY. 69
2013 Honda Odyssey EX;
4dr, 56K Miles, Gray, 46 Spurred (on) 18 Massive 42 Freud topic
3 BEDROOMS $13,900 You’ll find the best deals 47 Eccentric
S. 5 mi. from Columbus.
Trucks: when you advertise amounts 43 Golf prop
30−year old mature pines, 48 Did cobbler’s
LEASE, and shop here! 19 Eden evictee 44 Peculiar
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DEPOSIT $3000/ac. Bud Phillips, Cascadia; 155K Miles, work 20 Asian desert
662−549−2302. Red, $60,000 21 Bread type
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CREDIT CHECK LOWNDES CO:
PreRunner V6 SR5; 4dr,
1 “Shoo!”
153 ACRES on Hwy 50 E at
Brown, 162K Miles, 25 At any time
662-329-2323
$13,900
end of Brewer Rd. 4 green
fields, exc hunting, sand,
gravel & clay deposits.
Miscellaneous:
2016 JLG 4069LE 35 Five Questions:
2411 HWY 45 N $1,250 per acre.
Hours Man Lift; Green,
$25,000
COLUMBUS, MS
1 Sirius,
For more info call Upcoming Vehicles:
205−799−9846 or 2013 Toyota Tacoma 4WD
Commercial Property For Rent 205−695−2248.
or the Dog Star
Double Cab; 102K Miles,
$18,900
OFFICE FOR RENT OR 2019 Honda Civic LX; 4dr,
STORAGE SPACE W/ Black, 8K Miles
CLIMATE CONTROL.
30x15. Separate air
conditioner & bathroom. Have a rental property?
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