___Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman won’t travel with the team to the NHL’s Eastern Conference “secure zone” in Toronto because of a personal matter. General manager Julien BriseBois said Hedman will go from his home to the rink and back and avoid the general public in Florida this week before joining his teammates.Hedman will undergo coronavirus testing daily, which is the protocol players, coaches and staff must follow in Toronto and the Western Conference hub city of Edmonton, Alberta. He’s expected to be able to practice upon arrival and play in Tampa Bay’s first playoff game Aug. 3.“He came to me and asked if we could grant him a few more days in Tampa to tend to a personal matter, so we worked out a protocol for him to be able to do that,” BriseBois said. “We’re just delaying his arrival.” July 26, 2020 Sun Devils coach Bob Bowman announced the teams will focus on preparing for the 2021-22 season and Olympic aspirations.The 2020 NCAA championships were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic and the athletes were not granted an extra year of eligibility.Bowman, Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps’ personal coach, said Arizona State’s aquatic facilities have been closed during the pandemic, taking away on-campus training time.The swimming and diving season typically runs from September through March.___ ___French soccer club Guingamp said on Sunday that one of its staff members has tested positive for the coronavirus.The Brittany-based club said on Twitter that the squad’s activities were immediately suspended, and Guingamp is working with local health authorities on implementing the agreed protocol. Local newspaper Ouest-France reported earlier this week that a player at the second-tier side had also tested positive for the coronavirus.French clubs have resumed training and are playing friendly matches ahead of the new season. The Latest: ASU’s entire swim and dive teams to redshirt Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Arizona State’s entire swimming and diving teams will redshirt for the 2020-21 season to avoid the risk of missing two straight national championships. Cleveland Browns running back Dontrell Hilliard and safety Jovante Moffatt were placed on the NFL’s reserve/COVID-19 list before training camp opened.The team announced the moves on Sunday night. Cleveland’s veterans are scheduled to report Tuesday to the training facility in Berea, Ohio.illiard has played in 25 games for Cleveland since joining as an undrafted free agent in 2018. Last season, he rushed 49 yards with two touchdowns and led the team in kickoff return yardage (421).Moffatt signed as undrafted free agent out of Middle Tennessee State on May 5.The team said the reserve/COVID list is for players who have tested positive for coronavirus or are being “quarantined after having been in close contact with an infected person or persons.” The team is not permitted to comment further than the player’s roster status. The second division starts on Aug. 22.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
One day seminar for observers of referees for BH Telecom Premier League was held yesterday.Seminar was lead by the Committee for referees of Football Federation of BiH Ibrahim Hasanbegović, Dragan Banjac and Berislav Markotić in cooperation with the Department for Referees of Football Federation of BiH.Twenty four observers attended the seminar: Aleksić Lazo, Bandić Gojko, Bilješko Anto, Čalija Džemal, Čejvanović Izet, Čovčić Edib, Ferizović Bekir, Gigović Ilija, Gobeljić Hajrudin, Jelavić Filip, Kapor Radoslav, Kulović Sead, Liščinski Vlado, Mandić Ranko, Marić Dragan, Musić Suvad, Osmić Muhamed, Perić Željko, Prolić Salem, Prtvar Dragan, Račić Ranko, Ristić Aleksandar, Šimunović Vjekoslav and Škoro Mustafa.Topic of the seminar was the analysis of the referees and their job in the autumn season of BH Telecom Premier League as well as testing the work of the ‘Komet’ system (electronic database of matches).
The rookie ran for three more touchdowns to set the NFL single-season record for TDs rushing by a quarterback, pacing a 38-19 rout of the struggling Buccaneers with a dominating performance that revealed something else he’s capable of doing: catching passes.The 2010 Heisman Trophy winner scored the 11th, 12th and 13th TDs of his career on a trio of 1-yard runs. He also had his first reception as a pro to set up Jonathan Stewart’s first-quarter TD, then threw a 19-yard TD pass to Legedu Naanee to finish one of Carolina’s three scoring drives of 80-plus yards.“I wouldn’t say it’s easier each week. It’s a challenge each and every week,” Newton said after Carolina (4-8) won its second straight to double the team’s victory total for last season.“The one thing I’ve seemed to get is more comfortable,” the No. 1 overall pick in this year’s draft added. “Dictating to the defense to some degree with your eyes, the pre-snap reads. The only difference in the NFL and college is the athleticism increases at each position.”Newton completed 12 of 21 passes for 204 yards and no interceptions. He added 54 yards rushing on 14 carries.Newton leaped over the pile to finish an 83-yard, game-opening march and tied the record for rushing TDs by a quarterback to make it 31-12 in the third quarter. His third TD, giving him one more than New England’s Steve Grogan scored in 1976, finished a 15-play, 81-yard drive.“It does mean something to me. I’m not going to sit up here and say it doesn’t mean something,” Newton said of the record. “I’m not focusing on individualism in this game. It’s still 11-on-11. I don’t think I could’ve done anything without those other 10 guys, most importantly the five guys who are blocking their tails off each and every snap.” TAMPA, Fla. (AP)—Cam Newton insists his success isn’t coming easily. All he’s doing is whatever he can to help the Carolina Panthers win. On Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, that was just about everything. Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (1) runs off the field following an NFL football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday, Dec. 4, 2011, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Brian Blanco)
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Adopt-A-Pet of SheltonLuna Bosco is still waiting for her forever and loving family to come to Adopt-A-Pet, and take her home. Luna is a beautiful 2-year-old female Blue PitBull Terrier whose birthday is November 14, 2014. She weighs approximately 50 pounds, is spayed, and up to date with her vaccinations. Luna loves sitting for treats, fetch, walks, laying in the sun, chewing bones and car rides (she just falls asleep). This smart girl knows obedience commands, has good recall, and received 30 days training from Muck Creek Kennels in Roy, WA.Luna is doing very well with meeting other dogs, following commands, and learning all kinds of fun things. Luna prefers a stable and calm home, daily exercise and someone who will continue to challenge her mind. If you are interested in this beautiful girl, and would like to take advantage of a day of personal instruction at Muck Creek Kennels, contact an Adoption Coordinator at Adopt-A-Pet in Shelton. Emails are preferred.Adopt-A-Pet has many great dogs and always need volunteers. To see all our current dogs, visit www.adoptapet-wa.org, Facebook at “Adopt-A-Pet of Shelton Washington” or at the shelter on Jensen Road in Shelton. For more information, visit firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-432-3091.