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  • Florida teacher accused of kicking student wit autism

    first_imgPolice are currently investigating an incident in which a Pompano Beach elementary school teacher allegedly kicked a 5-year-old boy with autism.The father of the 5-year-old, Michael Faloney, told reporters that McNab Elementary School staff members informed him about the incident. The allegation was made anonymously last week by a person who reported seeing the teacher put his foot on the child’s face while he was napping on the ground.School staff members also told Faloney that Child Protective Services were called and pictures were taken to document any marks.A Broward County Public Schools spokesperson has since released a statement on the incident:  “The school is communicating and working with the family and will take the administrative actions that are deemed appropriate.”last_img read more

  • Badgers close out regular season with 70-56 win

    first_imgSenior guards. Rob Wilson (33) and Jordan Taylor (11) both played their last game on the Kohl Center hardwood Sunday. Taylor scored 16 points, dished out three assists and committed zero turnovers. Wilson, the first man off the bench, chipped in another eight points.[/media-credit]The win might not have meant much, but the Wisconsin men’s basketball team sure looked sweet in its regular season curtain call all the same.Powered by four players scoring double-digits, No. 15 Wisconsin cruised past Illinois, 70-56, Sunday at the Kohl Center, its final tune up before the Big Ten and NCAA tournaments.Since events elsewhere in the Big Ten had locked the Badgers into its fourth-place finish prior to the final buzzer, the Badgers (23-8, 12-6 Big Ten) didn’t have much to play for other than to give its two seniors, Jordan Taylor and Rob Wilson, a proper sendoff as they played on the Kohl Center floor for the final time.Meanwhile, Illinois (17-14, 6-12 Big Ten) further stunted its NCAA resume by losing the 11th of its final 13 games and sunk to 10th place in the Big Ten.Taylor and sophomore guard Josh Gasser led UW with 16 points apiece. Forward Jared Berggren knocked back 12, and Ryan Evans, for the 10th consecutive game, scored in double-digits, with 10.Wilson chipped in another eight points in coming off the bench to play 26 minutes. He went 3-for-8 from the field and 2-for-6 from behind the arc.Brandon Paul led Illinois with 22 points on 8-of-17 shooting, while Joseph Bertrand backed him up with 10 more.The Illini struggled immensely to put together an efficient and functioning offense in the first half. The Badgers shot merely 38.5 percent in the opening period but led by as many as 17 points nevertheless.The Badgers quickly pounced on the Illini, establishing a 14-2 lead with 3-pointers coming from Taylor and Wilson after five-and-a-half minutes.Wisconsin held its ground early as well, conceding just three points in the painted area. Led by Berggren, the Badger defense limited the touches of Illini center Meyers Leonard and kept him silenced until deep into the second half.He remained scoreless until 9:21 remained in the game and entered the locker room at halftime flashing six rebounds, one foul and a turnover.“I got to try to limit [Leonard’s] touches and get to the front as much as possible, and then we got good help on the backside,” Berggren said. “There was a few times where they did throw a lob and my teammates came in behind and either got a steal or tied him up or get a tip – anything to get the ball out of his hands.”After coming back onto the floor after halftime down 31-18, Illinois managed to shake off its out-of-sorts, first-half demeanor. Though the Illini never came closer than nine points to the Badgers, they made sure UW didn’t just sit back and wait for the final 20 minutes to tick away.Leonard found the hoop several times in the second and continued dominating the glass – finishing with eight points and 12 rebounds – while Paul went on to score 17 of his 22 points. The Illini hit 51.7 percent of its field goals, minimized turnovers and scored 38 points in the final half.Unfortunately for the Illini, though, Wisconsin upped its game in the final period as well, shooting 52.4 percent from the field. Coupled with the lead it had already built, Wisconsin had little to fret about in the second half.Eight players scored for the cardinal and white, with five hitting at least one 3-pointer – good for a collective 36.8 clip from behind the perimeter. UW also dished out 12 assists and committed seven turnovers – five of which came in the first half.“It means we’re distributing the ball and guys are taking their looks,” UW head coach Bo Ryan said, whose 265th victory tied Bud Foster at the top spot of the school’s all-time wins list. “There was only a couple shots in there I was unhappy with. The rest of them, 90 percent of them, were good shots.”The Illini crept back into the game late, with its deficit bouncing around between 10-14 points, but the Badgers kept their visitors at bay with a solid showing from the free throw line to ensure the win.Fourteen of 16 free throws fell for Wisconsin during the last three minutes, and the Badgers hit 21 of 27 throughout the game, compared to Illinois’ 10 of 14.“We always have to play hard against a team like that,” Gasser said. “We knew we had to keep a foot on the pedal and keep going with it, and that started on the defensive end.”last_img read more

  • Everton 3-1 Chelsea: Naismith hattrick gives Mourinho more headache

    first_imgSteven Naismith scored a hat-trick as Chelsea’s struggles continued with a third loss in their opening five league games following a defeat at Everton.Naismith came on for the injured Muhamed Besic early on and headed in Brendan Galloway’s cross before rifling in a shot to put the Toffees 2-0 up.Chelsea responded when Nemanja Matic scored with a superb 30-yard effort.However, the visitors struggled for chances and Naismith slotted in a late angled strike to complete his treble.Chelsea’s tally of four points from a possible 15 means they have made their worst start to a top-flight season since 1986.The Blues lost only three games on the way to the Premier League title last season. Chelsea’s defensive woesChelsea’s failed pursuit of Everton centre-back John Stones and reports they had transfer deadline day offer for Paris St Germain defender Marquinhos rejected shows where manager Jose Mourinho thinks he needs strengthen.Mourinho chose Kurt Zouma to partner John Terry, who was back from a one-game suspension, in central defence and left Gary Cahill on the bench. He also recalled John Mikel Obi to partner Matic and reinforce the defensive side of his midfield.But the Blues were quickly two down, while keeper Asmir Begovic – in for the injured Thibaut Courtois – was regularly called upon and made several smart saves, including to deny Arouna Kone, James McCarthy and Romelu Lukaku. Mourinho’s side have now let in 12 goals this season.’Money can’t buy you Stones’England international Stones handed in a transfer request but Everton held on to him and he did not take long to show his mind was firmly on the job at hand.Chelsea striker Diego Costa nutmegged him but Stones quickly turned to get the ball before the Spain international and clear the danger early on.When Cesar Azpilicueta stole in on the right to try to haul Chelsea back into the game, Stones also got in the way of the shot to deflect it into the side-netting. He showed a calmness and maturity beyond his 21 years and his partnership with Phil Jagielka blends youth with experience – the latter twice putting in vital tackles on Costa in dangerous situations for the home side.Costa strugglesCosta scored seven goals in his first five league games of last season but has managed just one in the same number of matches so far during the current campaign.He got little change from the Everton defence and was far from the marauding powerhouse of last season.Costa may point to the limited service as playmakers Cesc Fabregas and Eden Hazard made little impact. Mourinho sent on Radamel Falcao for the ineffective Pedro late on but it made little difference, with Everton the most likely scorers as they played on the counter-attack.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more