Monday Night Football Betting Preview: Bengals-Steelers odds, trends, pick

first_imgMORE BETQL: Exclusive wagering tools for tonight’s gameBengals outlookIf the Bengals hope to win on Monday night, they need to give Andy Dalton more help. So far this season, Dalton’s 326.3 passing yards per game ranks second in the NFL behind only Patrick Mahomes. He had a career-high 418 passing yards against the Seahawks in Week 1, but the rest of the team let him down as the Bengals couldn’t hold onto their lead. Cincinnati’s run offense hasn’t helped Dalton much, as they are dead last in the NFL with both 41.7 yards rushing per game and 2.4 yards per carry (a full half yard below any other team). Joe Mixon has just 87 yards rushing on the season with no rushing touchdowns and no runs for 15 or more yards. Through three games,  Dalton has the only rushing touchdown for the Bengals as their offensive line has been putrid at opening up holes.While the offense has struggled to run the ball, the defense has been one of the worst units against the run. The Bengals are allowing the second-most rushing yards per game at 168.7 yards per contest. Cincinnati is also allowing the fifth-most rushing yards per attempt (4.9). Cincinnati’s defense ranks 14th against the pass, as it has allowed opponents to average 237.7 yards through the air. Fortunately for Dalton, his young receivers are improving before our eyes. John Ross III’s 97.3 receiving yards per game ranks fourth in the NFL through three weeks while Tyler Boyd’s 83.3 receiving yards per game ranks 19th. Look for these two players to have big nights on Monday, as the Steelers have struggled in the secondary (see below).The Bengals are looking to change a few trends that have gone against the Steelers and in prime-time matchups. Cincinnati has lost eight straight against Pittsburgh and 11 of its past 12 against its divisional rivals. Since Dalton joined the Bengals in 2011, Cincinnati is 6-15 in prime-time games, including 2-5 on Monday Night Football. Furthermore, the Bengals have lost their past five games against teams from the AFC North. But, despite losing each of its past five games overall, Cincinnati is 6-1 against the spread in its past seven games. MONDAY NIGHT DFS: DraftKings Showdown picksSteelers outlookInjuries have played an impactful role in the young 2019 season for the 0-3 Steelers. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is out for the season with an elbow injury he suffered in Week 2 against Seattle. Tight ends have also been hit hard, as Xavier Grimble is on injured reserve with a calf problem and fellow tight end Vance McDonald (shoulder) is doubtful to play in this game. In an effort to help quarterback Mason Rudolph at the tight end position, especially with McDonald’s status up in the air this week, the Steelers sent a fifth-round pick in the 2020 draft to Seattle for tight end Nick Vannett. With the Roethlisberger injury, all three of the once-vaunted Pittsburgh Killer Bs will be absent for the rest of the 2019 season with Le’Veon Bell on the Jets, Antonio Brown without a team, and Big Ben sidelined for the year. Life after the first two Killer Bs has been a struggle in 2019 since running back James Conner is averaging just 2.9 yards per carry and 97 total rushing yards through three games as the full-time starter. The Steelers rank 29th in the NFL with just 64 rushing yards per game on offense. JuJu Smith-Schuster has 243 yards receiving and a touchdown, but he only has 14 catches on 23 targets. The Steelers need someone else to take the attention of secondaries away from Smith-Schuster, but no other Pittsburgh receivers have over 100 total receiving yards this season. On defense, the Steelers were exposed in Week 1 and have allowed 9.1 yards per passing attempt. Pittsburgh recently traded for former first-round safety Minkah Fitzpatrick from the Dolphins to help this unit. While struggling against the pass, the Pittsburgh run defense ranks 12th in the NFL with 4.1 yards per carry allowed and 26th with 139.3 rushing yards per game allowed. The defense is led by Stephon Tuitt, whose 3.5 sacks ranked sixth in the NFL through three games. Despite their recent struggles on defense, the Steelers will look to continue their divisional domination as they are 14-1-1 straight up in their past 16 games against AFC North opponents.Prediction The Steelers enter the final game of Week 4 as three-point favorites against the Bengals, and with a relatively modest over/under of 45 points, bettors could go in a variety of directions in this one. Let’s break down both sides of this AFC North Monday Night Football matchup to help you find the sharpest bets and build your bankroll. The Bengals head to Pittsburgh to face the division rival Steelers on Monday Night Football in search of their first win of the season. The Bengals lost close games in Week 1 and Week 3 against the Seahawks and Bills, respectively, and were blown out by the 49ers in Week 2. Like the Bengals, the Steelers are also looking for their first win of the season. The Steelers were routed in Week 1 by the Patriots and followed that blowout with two close losses against the Seahawks and 49ers in Weeks 2 and 3 when Mason Rudolph took over for the injured Ben Roethlisberger. The Steelers and Bengals’ defensive units are tied for the third-most passing yards allowed per attempt at 9.1. Only the Dolphins and Giants have been worse so far this season. The Steelers have allowed quarterbacks to average the third highest passer rating in the NFL (116.3) while the Bengals have allowed the seventh highest passer rating (110.3). Both teams also rank in the bottom of the NFL in rushing yards per attempt and rushing yards per game. Both teams have struggled to possess the ball this season with inconsistent running attacks, so expect Rudolph and Dalton to air the ball out quite a bit. BetQL’s NFL Model projects the Steelers to win and cover in a low-scoring battle. The model rates both quarterbacks and offenses with sub-par grades, resulting in the projection.Get all the angles on tonight’s matchup with BetQL’s exclusive NFL betting model!last_img read more

NHL predictions 2019-20: Final standings, playoff projections, Stanley Cup picks

first_imgMike MurphyEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWild cards1. Tampa Bay Lightning*1. Washington Capitals1. Florida Panthers2. Toronto Maple Leafs2. Pittsburgh Penguins2. Montreal Canadiens3. Boston Bruins3. Columbus Blue Jackets *Presidents’ Trophy winner *Presidents’ Trophy winnerPlayoffsSeriesWinnerEastern Conference champToronto Maple LeafsWestern Conference champDallas StarsStanley Cup champToronto Maple LeafsConn Smythe winnerJohn TavaresAwardsAwardWinnerHart TrophyConnor McDavidVezina TrophyBen BishopArt Ross TrophyAuston MatthewsRocket Richard TrophyAlex OvechkinNorris TrophyMorgan RiellyCalder TrophyKaapo KakkoBrandon SchlagerEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWild cards1. Tampa Bay Lightning* 1. Washington Capitals1. Florida Panthers2. Boston Bruins2. Carolina Hurricanes2. Philadelphia Flyers3. Toronto Maple Leafs3. Pittsburgh Penguins Western ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific Division Wild cards1. Nashville Predators 1. Calgary Flames1. St. Louis Blues2. Winnipeg Jets2. Vegas Golden Knights2. Chicago Blackhawks3. Colorado Avalanche3. San Jose Sharks *Presidents’ Trophy winnerPlayoffsSeriesWinnerEastern Conference champTampa Bay LightningWestern Conference champNashville PredatorsStanley Cup champTampa Bay LightningConn Smythe winnerVictor HedmanAwardsAwardWinnerHart TrophyNathan MacKinnonVezina TrophyAndrei VasilevskiyArt Ross TrophyConnor McDavidRocket Richard TrophyAlex OvechkinNorris TrophyVictor HedmanCalder TrophyCale MakarJace MalloryEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWild cards1. Tampa Bay Lightning*1. Washington Capitals1. Montreal Canadiens2. Toronto Maple Leafs2. Pittsburgh Penguins2. Florida Panthers3. Boston Bruins3. New York Rangers Western ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWild cards1. Colorado Avalanche1. Vegas Golden Knights1. Winnipeg Jets2. Nashville Predators2. Calgary Flames2. Dallas Stars3. St. Louis Blues3. San Jose Sharks *Presidents’ Trophy winnerPlayoffsSeriesWinnerEastern Conference champTampa Bay Lightning Western Conference champColorado AvalancheStanley Cup champTampa Bay LightningConn Smythe winnerNikita KucherovAwardsAwardWinnerHart TrophyConnor McDavidVezina TrophyAndrei VasilevskiyArt Ross TrophyConnor McDavidRocket Richard TrophyConnor McDavidNorris TrophyVictor HedmanCalder TrophyJack Hughes PlayoffsSeriesWinnerEastern Conference champTampa Bay LightningWestern Conference champDallas StarsStanley Cup champTampa Bay LightningConn Smythe winnerNikita KucherovAwardsAwardWinnerHart TrophyJohnny GaudreauVezina TrophyBen BishopArt Ross TrophyConnor McDavidRocket Richard TrophyAlex OvechkinNorris TrophyMiro HeiskanenCalder TrophyKaapo KakkoTommy McArdleEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWild cards1. Tampa Bay Lightning*1. Washington Capitals1. Pittsburgh Penguins2. Toronto Maple Leafs2. Carolina Hurricanes2. Florida Panthers3. Boston Bruins3. New York Islanders *Presidents’ Trophy winnerPlayoffsSeriesWinnerEastern Conference champTampa Bay LightningWestern Conference champSan Jose SharksStanley Cup champTampa Bay LightningConn Smythe winnerSteven StamkosAwardsAwardWinnerHart TrophyNathan MacKinnonVezina TrophyFrederik AndersenArt Ross TrophyConnor McDavidRocket Richard TrophyDavid PastrnakNorris TrophyErik KarlssonCalder TrophyJack HughesSammi SilberEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWild cards1. Tampa Bay Lightning 1. New York Rangers1. Florida Panthers2. Toronto Maple Leafs2. Washington Capitals2. Ottawa Senators3. Boston Bruins3. New Jersey Devils (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/b6/34/connor-mcdavid-oilers-072219-getty-ftrjpeg_1b511wpl5c0lh120eg3ozcux9u.jpg?t=452186620&w=500&quality=80 Western ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWild cards1. Colorado Avalanche 1. Vegas Golden Knights1. Nashville Predators2. St. Louis Blues2. San Jose Sharks2. Dallas Stars3. Winnipeg Jets3. Calgary Flames Getty Images https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/1f/7a/jack-hughes-and-kaapo-kakko_1pi6w194c4p8t1tez6h6zkalx5.png?t=2102213339&w=500&quality=80 *Presidents’ Trophy winnerPlayoffsSeriesWinnerEastern Conference champTampa Bay LightningWestern Conference champColorado AvalancheStanley Cup champTampa Bay LightningConn Smythe winnerSteven StamkosAwardsAwardWinnerHart TrophyNathan MacKinnonVezina TrophyAndrei VasilevskiyArt Ross TrophyConnor McDavidRocket Richard TrophyAuston MatthewsNorris TrophyMorgan RiellyCalder TrophyJack Hughes *Presidents’ Trophy winnerPlayoffsSeriesWinnerEastern Conference champToronto Maple LeafsWestern Conference champWinnipeg JetsStanley Cup champWinnipeg JetsConn Smythe winnerMark ScheifeleAwardsAwardWinnerHart TrophyConnor McDavidVezina TrophyFrederik AndersenArt Ross TrophyConnor McDavidRocket Richard TrophyNikita KucherovNorris TrophyMorgan RiellyCalder TrophyKaapo KakkoDave McCarthyEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWild cards1. Tampa Bay Lightning*1. Washington Capitals1. Boston Bruins2. Toronto Maple Leafs2. New York Rangers2. New Jersey Devils3. Florida Panthers3. Pittsburgh Penguins Western ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWild cards1. Colorado Avalanche1. Calgary Flames1. St. Louis Blues2. Nashville Predators2. Vegas Golden Knights2. Winnipeg Jets3. Dallas Stars3. San Jose Sharks *Presidents’ Trophy winnerPlayoffsSeriesWinnerEastern Conference champWashington CapitalsWestern Conference champSan Jose SharksStanley Cup champWashington CapitalsConn Smythe winnerBraden HoltbyAwardsAwardWinnerHart TrophyConnor McDavidVezina TrophySergei BobrovskyArt Ross TrophyConnor McDavidRocket Richard TrophyAlex OvechkinNorris TrophyErik KarlssonCalder TrophyKaapo KakkoSean FarrellEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWild cards1. Tampa Bay Lightning*1. Washington Capitals1. Florida Panthers2. Toronto Maple Leafs2. Pittsburgh Penguins2. Montreal Canadiens3. Boston Bruins3. Carolina Hurricanes PlayoffsSeriesWinnerEastern Conference champTampa Bay LightningWestern Conference champColorado AvalancheStanley Cup champColorado AvalancheConn Smythe winnerNathan MacKinnonAwardsAwardWinnerHart TrophyNathan MacKinnonVezina TrophyAndrei VasilevskiyArt Ross TrophyConnor McDavidRocket Richard TrophyAlex OvechkinNorris TrophyVictor HedmanCalder TrophyAdam Fox Western ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWild cards1. Nashville Predators 1. Calgary Flames1. Colorado Avalanche2. St. Louis Blues2. Vegas Golden Knights2. Winnipeg Jets3. Dallas Stars3. San Jose Sharkscenter_img *Presidents’ Trophy winnerPlayoffsSeriesWinnerEastern Conference champTampa Bay LightningWestern Conference champCalgary FlamesStanley Cup champTampa Bay LightningConn Smythe winner This road will also carry the best and brightest in the league with a select few standing above the rest.Who will go the distance down these paths is still be determined, but our Sporting News hockey experts attempted to look into the future and see who will make all the difference.NHL predictions for 2019-20Jackie SpiegelEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWild cards1. Toronto Maple Leafs 1. New Jersey Devils1. Boston Bruins 2. Tampa Bay Lightning2. Washington Capitals2. New York Rangers3. Florida Panthers3. Carolina Hurricanes It’s the best time of year. Hope springs eternal in the NHL with the 2019-20 season set to begin on Oct. 2. Officially, the slate has been wiped clean and all 31 teams are now set to travel, on what they hope, is a road painted in silver with the Stanley Cup at the end. But that road is a long, twisting, curving one with never-ending potholes. It is one that eventually splits where only one can take the road less traveled — one that less than 100 teams have taken — one that ends in a championship. *Presidents’ Trophy winnerPlayoffsSeriesWinnerEastern Conference champTampa Bay LightningWestern Conference champVegas Golden KnightsStanley Cup champTampa Bay LightningConn Smythe winnerBrayden PointAwardsAwardWinnerHart TrophyConnor McDavidVezina TrophyAndrei VasilevskiyArt Ross TrophyNikita KucherovRocket Richard TrophyAuston MatthewsNorris TrophyErik KarlssonCalder TrophyKaapo KakkoRyan PikeEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWild cards1. Tampa Bay Lightning 1. Washington Capitals1. Carolina Hurricanes2. Toronto Maple Leafs2. Pittsburgh Penguins2. Florida Panthers3. Boston Bruins3. New York Islanders (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/1e/d1/nikita-kucherov-lightning-072219-getty-ftrjpeg_16vyxvo9mr9x31w9jfxka09p77.jpg?t=452433980&w=500&quality=80 Western ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWild cards1. Colorado Avalanche1. Calgary Flames1. St. Louis Blues2. Dallas Stars2. Vegas Golden Knights2. Arizona Coyotes3. Nashville Predators3. San Jose Sharks Western ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWild cards1. Colorado Avalanche1. Calgary Flames1. Dallas Stars2. St. Louis Blues2. San Jose Sharks2. Chicago Blackhawks3. Nashville Predators3. Vegas Golden Knights Western ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWild cards1. Nashville Predators 1. Calgary Flames1. Dallas Stars2. Colorado Avalanche2. San Jose Sharks2. Arizona Coyotes3. St. Louis Blues3. Vegas Golden Knights Lyle RichardsonEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWild cards1. Tampa Bay Lightning 1. Washington Capitals1. Toronto Maple Leafs2. Boston Bruins2. Carolina Hurricanes2. Pittsburgh Penguins3. Florida Panthers3. New Jersey Devils  Western ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWild cards1. Dallas Stars1. Calgary Flames1. Colorado Avalanche2. St. Louis Blues2. San Jose Sharks2. Winnipeg Jets3. Nashville Predators3. Vegas Golden Knights Western ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWild cards1. Winnipeg Jets 1. San Jose Sharks*1. Arizona Coyotes2. Dallas Stars2. Calgary Flames2. Vancouver Canucks3. Nashville Predators3. Vegas Golden Knights *Presidents’ Trophy winnerWestern ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWild cards1. Dallas Stars 1. Vegas Golden Knights1. Nashville Predators2. St. Louis Blues2. Calgary Flames2. Arizona Coyotes3. Colorado Avalanche3. San Jose Sharks Western ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWild cards1. Colorado Avalanche* 1. Calgary Flames1. Winnipeg Jets2. Dallas Stars2. San Jose Sharks2. Vancouver Canucks3. St. Louis Blues3. Vegas Golden Knights *Presidents’ Trophy winnerPlayoffsSeriesWinnerEastern Conference champTampa Bay LightningWestern Conference champDallas StarsStanley Cup champTampa Bay LightningConn Smythe winnerAndrei VasilevskiyAwardsAwardWinnerHart TrophyConnor McDavidVezina TrophyBen BishopArt Ross TrophyNikita KucherovRocket Richard TrophyLeon DraisaitlNorris TrophyBrent BurnsCalder TrophyKaapo KakkoMurray PamEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWild cards1. Tampa Bay Lightning*1. Washington Capitals1. Florida Panthers2. Boston Bruins2. Carolina Hurricanes2. New York Islanders3. Toronto Maple Leafs3. Pittsburgh Penguins Steve KournianosEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWild cards1. Tampa Bay Lightning* 1. Carolina Hurricanes1. Boston Bruins2. Toronto Maple Leafs2. Washington Capitals2. New York Islanders3. Montreal Canadiens3. Pittsburgh Penguins AwardsAwardWinnerHart TrophyConnor McDavidVezina TrophyDarcy KuemperArt Ross TrophyConnor McDavidRocket Richard TrophyAlex OvechkinNorris TrophyMorgan RiellyCalder TrophyJack Hugheslast_img read more

State track preview: Wellington girls have high hopes for big weekend; other Sumner County state qualifiers

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The Kansas State Track and Field Championships will be held this next weekend at Wichita State University Cessna Stadium (Sumner County state qualifiers listed below). The Wellington High School girls could be a big player in the big show.After finishing second place at the Class 4A Regional in Andale on Friday (see story here), Wellington has 10 girls entries in state. Of those 10, six of those are seeded in the top eight with a real chance of placing.What does that mean? Wellington as a team could rack up a lot of points, putting the team in elite status at state. And then there is WHS senior Megan Campbell, who could bring home two individual state championships and help the relay teams place at well.Today state track seedings were released by the Kansas State High School Activities Association. Campbell is seated first in Class 4A in both the 100 and 200 meter dash.In Andale, Campbell ran 12.38 for the best regional 100 time in the state. Cosper of Coffeyville ran a 12.40 and Davis of Kansas City Piper ran a 12.51 in other regionals. The 100 meter has been an interesting race all season. All three have intermittently had the top times in the state at one point during the season.Cosper has the top time in Class 4A for the season, having turned in a 11.94 time in a track meet earlier this year.Campbell also had the top 200 time. Her chances of winning this race may be even more significant. She ran 25.62 on Friday. The next girl was Jost of Hesston, who ran in 26.03.Campbell currently has the top marked time in the 200 for the season at 25.52.Then there are the 4×100 and 4×400 relay teams. Wellington had the fourth best regional times in the state for both races.The 400 relay team of Micah Rogers, Campbell, Dietra Sober and Holly Wright ran a 50.01time in Andale. Andale, Baldwin and Coffeyville all turned in faster times. Interestingly, though, the times of all four teams were less than .4 seconds apart. That’s about an eye blink folks.The 1600 relay team of Cabriel Roe, Nelson, Sober and Campbell marked a 4:07.01 time Friday – a school record which has been broken twice this season.That team is seeded fourth behind Baldwin, Paola and Hesston.Then there is junior Holly Wright. Not only is she in four events — 100 hurdles, high jump, 200, and 4×100 relay — but she is seeded in the top four of three of those events.Her hurdles time of 16.06 was the fourth best on Friday of the four regionals. She also had the third highest leap in the high jump with a 5-2 mark.Those who have never been to the state track meet will realize it runs like a well oiled machine. Teams from Class 6A to Class 1A will be at Cessna Stadium. The events are scheduled at a specific time and, by golly, it gets run at that exact time. No dilly or dallying. See schedule here:Campbell being in four events will be a busy girl on Saturday. The two relays and 200 meters will have preliminaries on Friday. Assuming the two relay teams qualify on Friday as well as the 200, Campbell could be running not only four races on Saturday but the 100 meter preliminaries at 8:30 a.m. She could possibly participate in the first race and the last race on Saturday. The 4×400 meter relay finals won’t start until 6:30 p.m.Wright will have a little more leeway. She will have the high jump at 3 p.m. on Friday. Preliminaries for the running events will all be on Friday.It could be a big weekend for the Wellington track program. Not since 2003, when Tim Lira was breaking all sorts of speed records for the Crusaders will Wellington have such an impact at the state meet.•••••Sumner County track qualifiers:The following is a list of other state qualifiers from Sumner County and their seed:Belle Plaine (3A):Boys 400 relay – 45.84, seeded 13th.Boys high jump – Gann, 6-2, fourthBoys pole vault – Pickens, 11-0, 13th.Girls 3200 – Smith, 12:24.51, eighth.Conway Springs (3A):Boys shot put – Wood, 52-11, second.Girls long jump – Ebenkamp, 16-6, seventh.Girls shot put – Hilger, 35-1.5, eighth.Girls discus – Echelberry, 95-1, 14th.Oxford (2A):Boys 3200 – Sutton, 10:24.92, second.Boys shot put – Burkes, 45-0.25, 13th.Caldwell (1A): Boys 100 – Kendrick, 11.69, 10th.Boys 200 – Kendrick, 24.17, 14th.Boys 1600 – Denner, 4:43.60, 10th.Boys 3200 – Denner, 10:58.63, 13th.Boys 3200 relay – 9:02.06, 14th.Boys discus – Stuewe, 116-1, 16th.Boys javelin – Whaley, 162-0, sixth.Girls 100 – Isaacs, 13.81, 14th.Girls 200 – Isaacs, 28.32, 14th.Girls 400 relay – 54.94, 16th.Girls 3200 relay – 11:17.41, 15th.Girls high jump: Arnold, 5-2, fourth. Isaacs, 5-2, sixth.South Haven (1A): Boys 400 – Ray, 53.01, 13th.Boys 110 hurdles – Moreland, 16.37, 11th.Boys 400 relay – 45.88, 13th.Boys 1600 relay – 3:39.66, 15th.Boys high jump – Showman, 6-0, fifth.Boys triple jump – Ray, 40-5, 15th.Boys pole vault – Blaylock, 10-6, 13th.Argonia (1A): Boys long jump – Dickerson, 19-3, 14th.Girls long jump, Gaddie, 15-3, 16th.Girls javelin – Allen, 111-4, 9th. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? 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26th annual All Wheels Super Saturday Car Show to be held August 31 in Caldwell

first_imgThe 26th annual all wheels Super Saturday Car Show will be held August 31, 2013 at the Caldwell City Park in Caldwell.Details of the event are as follows:Registration 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.Entry Fee $15.00 day of the showAll makes and models of vehicles and motorcycles welcome!Door Prizes throughout the day, Special Guest, International Elvis Tribute Artist Marshall Matthews performing on stage from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.$300.00 Poker Cruise starting at 1:30 p.m.Grand Prize $500.00 Cash.Bring the whole family and cruise down memory lane.Log onto: www.borderqueencruisers.comContact Ron Rowe for more information on the car show at 620-440-1911.last_img read more

Steven Shamblin, 30, Wellington: April 26, 1984 – June 16, 2014

first_imgSteven ShamblinSteven D. Shamblin died Monday, June 16, 2014 near Wellington at the age of 30. Steven was born the son of Ted and Janna (Singer) Shamblin on Thursday, April 26, 1984 in Wellington. He was a graduate of Wellington High School. Following high school, Steven enlisted in the US Army and was deployed to Iraq.Survivors include his mother, Janna Shamblin of Wellington; father, Ted Shamblin of Wellington; children, Alexaiver Farley, Christopher Martin, Trystan Cole, Hunter Martin, Scotty Martin and Benjamin Easter; a brother, Derrick Shamblin (Shelby) of El Dorado, KS; half-sisters, Rachel Galdamez (Flavio) of Rogers, AR, Christina Reiss (Clint) of Kismet, KS, Sabrina Sanders (Billy) of League City, TX and his grandparents: Stephen and Edna Shamblin of Wellington. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Buford D. and Leota Irene Singer. Steven’s family will hold memorial services at 10:30 a.m., Monday, June 23, 2014 in the First Free Will Baptist Church, 1219 North Plum, Wellington, KS. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be given to the Steven Shamblin Memorial Fund, c/o Day Funeral Home, 1030 Mission Road, Wellington, KS 67152. All contributions will be applied towards funeral costs. To share a memory or condolence, please visit www.dayfuneralhome.info. Arrangements are by Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.last_img read more

Wellington Police Notes: Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014

first_imgWellington Police notes for Tuesday, September 9, 2014•10:50 a.m. Elisha D. Crupper, 32, Howard, was arrested and confined on an Elk County bench warrant for Failure to Appear.•11:30 a.m. Officers took a report of found bicycle in the 500 block E. Harvey, Wellington.•11:38 a.m. Officers took a report of found bicycle in the 900 block W. 7th, Wellington.•1:30 p.m. Officers investigated a violation of protection order of known suspect in the 500 block N. Blaine, Wellington.•3:25 p.m. Officers investigated a domestic battery in the 700 block S. G, Wellington.•3:50 p.m. Arthur B. Weeks Jr, 21, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with domestic battery.•3:50 p.m. Corbin B. Weeks, 18, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with domestic battery.•8:22 p.m. Officers investigated endangering a child, battery and children by a known suspect in need of care in the1300 block Michigan, Wellington.last_img read more

Bobby Lee Purdy, 76, Hunnewell: August 14, 1938 – Jan. 22, 2015

first_imgBobby Lee PurdyBobby Lee Purdy, 76, long time South Haven and Hunnewell resident, died January 22, 2015 at Sumner Regional Medical Center in Wellington.  Bobby retired from Cessna Aircraft after 34 years working as a Welder, Inspector, and Crew Chief.Bobby was born on August 14, 1938 in Blackwell, OK to Reuben Edward Purdy and Cora C. (Kuehn) Purdy.   He was raised in Blackwell and served as an electrician in the U. S. Navy from 1955-1959.He married Agnes L. Korbel on January 15, 1960 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Blackwell, OK.He enjoyed hunting, fishing, watching football, being with family, and following any sport coached by Coach David Hughes.  He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Blackwell, OK and also a member of NRA.He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Melvin Purdy and Marvin Purdy; two sisters-in-law, Wilma Purdy and Dorothy Purdy; one brother-in-law, Hugh L. Hurd.Survivors include his loving wife of 55 years, Agnes Purdy of South Haven; one daughter, Carla Crenshaw and her husband Dan of South Haven, KS; two brothers, Max Purdy and his wife Edith, and Wayne Purdy and his wife Jean all of Blackwell, OK; sister, Merlyn Hurd of New York City; sister-in-law, Lelia Wilson-Hine of Braman, OK; three grandchildren, Emily Crenshaw and her fiancé Michael Harding, Zeke Crenshaw and Amber Hall and her daughter Baylie, and Seth Crenshaw; and numerous nieces and nephews.Funeral Services will be held at the South Haven Methodist Church on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 10:30 a.m.  Pastor C. M. Wilson will officiate.  Interment will follow the service at Rose Hill Cemetery in South Haven.Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Monday, January 26, 2015 from 1 to 8 p.m The family will be present to greet friends from 6 to 7 p.m.A memorial has been established with the South Haven Methodist Church.  Contributions can be left at the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.netlast_img read more

Sumner Court Docket report: Feb. 10, 2016

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The following are a list of criminal court complaints recently filed by the Sumner County Attorney’s office.These are formal charges introduced into the Sumner County District Court system. The suspects listed in the complaint have not been tried by a judge or jury unless specified otherwise. All citizens are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.•••••State of Kansas v. David McGinn— Case No: 15 CR 317.Date of birth: 1987. Address: Wichita. Date of alleged crime: June 13, 2014.Charges:Count 1A — Theft, level 9 felony. Count 1B — Theft by possession of property stolen by another. Case description: McGinn is accused on June 13, 2015, of stealing a 2003 Saturn, iPod Nano, and a leopard gym bag from another person living in Wellington. Allegedly, on June 14 about 1 a.m., McGinn drove the stolen vehicle to the Kansas Star Casino and left it there. Allegedly, the Saturn had been stolen and he knew about it. ———State of Kansas v. Frankie Camren — Case No: 15 CR 328.Date of birth: 1975. Address: Leavenworth. Date of alleged crime: August 28, 2014.Charges:Count 1 — Theft, level 7 felony. Case description: Camren is accuse of a theft at the 975 E. 80th St. home in Belle Plaine where he allegedly stole DVD players, Panasonic rechargeable razor, U.S. Triathlon hat, firearms including 12 gauge shotgun, 40 mm Glock handgun, 40 mm Taurus handgun and other property.———State of Kansas v. Michelle Stanley— Case No: 15 CR 346.Date of birth: 1976. Address: Oaklawn, Kans. Date of alleged crime: August 22, 2015.Charges:Count 1 — Disorderly conduct, Class C misdemeanor. Count 2 — Aggravated Assault, Level 7 felony. Case description: Stanley is accused of yelling profanities which accelerated into threats when another person refused to cook her food. She then allegedly grabbed a firearm and chambered a round as she argued about who should cook the food she had brought for dinner.———State of Kansas v. Josh Hiten— Case No: 16 CR 9.Date of birth: 1982. Address: Blackwell, Okla. Date of alleged crime: Dec. 23 – Dec. 26, 2015. Charges:Count 1 — Violating protective order, Class A misdemeanor. Case description: Hiten is accused of violating a protective order which prevented him from making any contact with another person. He had pled guilty to domestic battery of his wife and was placed in one year probation which stipulated he would have no contact with wife. Allegedly, he sent several text messages to her without permission. ———State of Kansas v. Brian Keith Love — Case No: 16 CR 15.Date of birth: N/A. Address: WellingtonDate of alleged crime: Jan. 6, 2016Charges:Count 1 — Driving under influence, third offense in lifetime. (Love was convicted of DUI with Wellington Municipal Court, July, 2009; Sumner County District Court, December, 2003). Count 2 — Driving in violation of restricted violence, misdemeanor, Count 3 — Failure to dim lights, traffic infraction. Count 4 — Failure to provide proof in insurance, Class B misdemeanor. Case description: Love is accused of  driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol with a blood/breath alcohol concentration of .08 or more. Love allegedly was stopped in a 1990 Oldsmobile passenger car on U.S. 81 without dimming his lights for incoming vehicles. He also allegedly did not conform to the rules of a restricted driver’s license saying he can’t operate a vehicle while consuming alcohol. He also had no insurance. ———State of Kansas v. Kevin Michael Rayburn— Case No: 16 CR 16.Date of birth: 1977. Address: Houston, Texas.Date of alleged crime: Jan. 8, 2016Charges:Count 1 — Identity fraud, level 8 felony. Count 2 — Identity theft, level 8 felony. Count 3 — Forgery, level 8 felony. Case description: Rayburn is accused of presenting a blank check at the Kansas Star Casino with an account of another person. He allegedly told casino authorities he was sharing the account, but it was later learned that the account holder did not know him. He then allegedly wrote a check out for $250 falsely stating he was co-owner of the account.———State of Kansas v. Eric Taton— Case No: 16 CR 17.Date of birth: 1976. Address: Goddard, Kans.Date of alleged crime: Dec. 31, 2015Charges:Count 1 — Defective windshield, traffic infraction. Count 2 — Driving while suspended, Class B misdemeanor. Count 3 — Possession Marijuana, Class A misdemeanor.Count 4 — Possession drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor. Case description: Eaton is accused of driving a  vehicle with a defective windshield in the Kansas Star Casino parking lot. He also did not have a valid driver’s license and allegedly possessed a small amount of marijuana in a pill container, hypodermic syringes, a glass pipe and two metal spoons in the vehicle. ———State of Kansas v. Eric Bickel— Case No: 16 CR 18.Date of birth: 1971. Address: Wellington.Date of alleged crime: Jan. 4, 2016Charges:Count 1 — Aggravated indecent liberties with a child, level 4 felony. Case description: Bickel is accused of engaging with a child 15 years of age in a sexual manner.———State of Kansas v. Shawna Scarpelli— Case No: 16 CR 19.Date of birth: 1977. Address: Goddard.Date of alleged crime: Dec. 31, 2015Charges:Count 1 — Possession drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor. Case description: Scarpelli is accused of possessing a red straw containing methamphetamine, two glass pipes in her coat pocket, a tourniquet, a glass pipe and metal spoons.———State of Kansas v. Christopher Speckhals— Case No: 16 CR 20.Date of birth: 1988. Address: Wichita.Date of alleged crime: Jan. 11, 2016. Charges:Count 1 — Driving while suspended, Class B misdemeanor. Count 2 — Defective mirror, traffic infraction. Count 3 — Possession methamphetamine, level 5 drug felony. Count 4 — Possession drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor.Case description: Speckhals is accused of driving on U.S. 81 near the Kansas Star Casino while his driver’s license was suspended, not having a mirror on the left side of the vehicle, having a small baggy of methamphetamine in his wallet, and a small red straw and small blue baggie containing meth.———State of Kansas v. Eric Wise— Case No: 16 CR 21.Date of birth: 1977. Address: Hutchinson.Date of alleged crime: Jan. 12, 2016. Charges:Count 1 — Fraudulent use of driver’s license, Class A misdemeanor. Count 2 — Interference of law enforcement, Class A misdemeanor. Count 3 — Possession methamphetamine, level 5 drug felony.Count 4 — Possession marijuana, Class A misdemeanor. Count 5 — Identity theft, level 8 felony. Case description: Wise is accused of using someone else’s driver’s license to gain entry into the Kansas Star Casino and tried to hide his true identity from the security officer working there. He then allegedly used another false name to hide his true identity because he had an active arrest warrant from Reno County. He also allegedly had a baggy of marijuana in his shaving kit in his motel room and a check to someone else in hopes of receiving benefits for which he was not entitled. ———State of Kansas v. Jason Sobel— Case No: 16 CR 22.Date of birth: 1974. Address: Wichita.Date of alleged crime: Jan. 12, 2016. Charges:Count 1 — Forgery, Level 8 felony. Count 2 — Identity theft, level 8 felony. Count 3 — Making false information, level 8 felony. Count 4 — Theft by deception, Class A misdemeanor. Case description: Sobel is accused of using a fictitious name to endorse a $773.12 check in order to obtain merchandise from Orscheln’s in Wellington on an account of another person. He also allegedly had a driver’s license with the same fictitious name. ———State of Kansas v. Bradley Allyn Braun — Case No: 16 CR 23.Date of birth: 1979. Address: Wichita.Date of alleged crime: Jan. 17, 2016. Charges:Count 1 — Theft, Class A misdemeanor. Count 2 — Interference with law enforcement, Class A misdemeanor. Count 3 — Making false information, level 8 felony. Case description: Braun is accused of taking Wal-Mart merchandise including two Dyson Vacuums and a Boss car stereo receiver without paying for them. When apprehended, he was accused of not using his true name to the police officer. ———State of Kansas v. Javier Ignacio Nunez-Concha — Case No: 16 CR 25.Date of birth: 1979. Address: Wichita.Date of alleged crime: Jan. 17, 2016. Charges:Count 1 — Criminal trespass, Class B misdemeanor. Count 2 — Possession methamphetamine, level 5 drug felony. Count 3 — Possession drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor. Case description: Nunez-Concha is accused of going into the Kansas Star Casino when he had been banned indefinitely for using a false ID on a previous case. He allegedly possessed two small bags of methamphetamine in his pocket and had two glass pipes. ———State of Kansas v. Brian Evans — Case No: 16 CR 26.Date of birth: 1979. Address: Wichita.Date of alleged crime: Jan. 17, 2016. Charges:Count 1 — Failure to wear seatbelt, traffic infraction. Count 2 — Possession marijuana, Class A misdemeanor. Count 3 — Possession drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor. Case description: Evans is accused of not wearing his seatbelt, having two baggies of marijuana in a glass jar under the front passenger seat where he was sitting, and having two marijuana pipes. ———State of Kansas v. Regina Brittain — Case No: 16 CR 27.Date of birth: 1955. Address: Wichita.Date of alleged crime: Jan. 17, 2016.Charges:Count 1 — Theft, Class A misdemeanor. Count 2 — Interference with law enforcement, Class A misdemeanor. Count 3 — Possession drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor. Count 4 — Possession narcotics, level 5 drug felony. Case description: Brittain is accused of taking Dyson vacuums and a stereo speakers from Wal-Mart by providing Braun (listed above) with transportation. She is also accused of helping Braun misidentify himself to a police officer once apprehended. She also allegedly had three smoking pipes, morphine tablets, oxycontin tablets and hydrocodone capsules in her purse without having a prescription in her name. ———State of Kansas v. Mandy Ferguson — Case No: 16 CR 28.Date of birth: 1989. Address: Geuda Springs.Date of alleged crime: Jan. 24, 2016.Charges:Count 1 — Domestic battery, Class B misdemeanor. Count 2 — Disorderly conduct, Class C misdemeanor. Case description: Ferguson is accused of slapping another individual. She was allegedly upset because her boyfriend had a Facebook contact with another girl and pursued him into another room when he tried to separate himself from the argument. She allegedly used abusive language at him and proceeded to break the lightbulb in a lamp by slamming it against the wall and then repeatedly slapping him. ———State of Kansas v. Corey Jennings — Case No: 16 CR 29.Date of birth: 1974. Address: Geuda Springs.Date of alleged crime: June 7, 2015Charges:Count 1 — Burglary of a dwelling, level 7 felony. Count 2 — Theft, Class A misdemeanor. Case description: Jennings is accused of entering a building at 203 W. Walnut in Geuda Springs and taking a 32-inch Vizio TV.———State of Kansas v. Heather Meridith — Case No: 16 CR 30.Date of birth: 1973. Address: Wellington.Date of alleged crime: Jan. 31, 2016.Charges:Count 1 — Disorderly Conduct, Class C misdemeanor. Count 2 — Criminal damage to property, Class B misdemeanor. Case description: Meridith is accused of getting upset, yelling and slamming the front door and causing a disturbance with another person, who locked the door in hopes she would stop slamming it. She is then accused of kicking the door repeatedly putting dents in it. ———State of Kansas v. Kristina Rae Leonard — Case No: 16 CR 32.Date of birth: 1967. Address: Wellington.Date of alleged crime: Nov. 15, 2015.Charges:Count 1 — Forgery, level 8 felony.Count 2 — Conspiracy to commit forgery, level 10 felony. Case description: Leonard is accused with defrauding a landlord by altering the name on a lease by using a different name not her own. She then allegedly presented the altered lease to the Wellington City Electric Department to obtain electric service knowing she could not use her own name due to a prior unpaid bill. She allegedly agreed with another person, Justin Altis, to commit the crime of forgery by whiting out her signature on the lease and Altis signed the lease as if he were the renter for Leonard when presenting the altered lease to the city to obtain electric service. ———State of Kansas v. Jesse Henderson — Case No: 16 CR 33.Date of birth: 1953. Address: Wellington.Date of alleged crime: Dec. 12, 2015.Charges:Count 1 — Criminal damage to property, level 9 felony. Count 2 — Aggravated battery, level 7 felony. Count 3 — Assault, Class C misdemeanor. Case description: Henderson is accused of striking another person’s truck several times with his cane causing dents and breaking the window trim doing damage of about $2,075.  He then allegedly hit the same person with the cane. Later, he approached the same person again and took another swing at him.———State of Kansas v. Bobbi Santana — Case No: 16 CR 35.Date of birth: 1984. Address: Currently in Sedgwick County Jail. Date of alleged crime: Jan. 26, 2016.Charges:Count 1 — Theft, level 9 felony. Count 2 — Conspiracy to commit felony theft, level 10 felony. Case description: Santana is accused of taking a 2008 Chevy HHR vehicle and softball equipment intent of depriving the owner permanently of the possession valued at least $1,000 but less than $25,000. Santana, along with another person, allegedly entered the vehicle parked at the house in Wellington and drove it to Wichita. She was arrested in Sedgwick County while the vehicle was still in her possession. ———State of Kansas v. Zechariah Levi Voshell — Case No: 16 CR 37.Date of birth: 1989. Address: Wellington.Date of alleged crime: August 12-14, 2012Charges:Count 1 — Theft, Class A misdemeanor. Count 2 — Burglary of vehicle, level 9 felony. Count 3 — Theft, Class A misdemeanor. Count 4 — Burglary of vehicle, level 9 felony.Count 5 — Theft, Class A misdemeanor. Case description: Voshell is accused of taking a 20-inch green Next Brand bike at the 1102 W. Harvey St. in Wellington. Then on Aug. 14, he allegedly took a vehicle and an ipod at 503 Morningside in Wellington. Sometime between Aug. 3 and Aug. 16, 2012 he allegedly took a lighter inside a black Ford Escape parked at 903 E. Mill St. in Wellington.———State of Kansas v. Kevin Kollmorgen — Case No: 16 CR 38.Date of birth: 1991. Address: Wellington.Date of alleged crime: February 7, 2016Charges:Count 1 — Domestic Battery, Class B misdemeanor.Count 2 — Battery, Class B misdemeanor. Count 3 — Battery, Class B misdemeanor.Case description: Kollmorgen is accused while being intoxicated, angrily pushing and punching a woman who was trying to help him up after he fell out of his chair. Allegedly, shortly thereafter he angrily hit her with an alarm clock as she was escorting him to the bedroom. He then allegedly angrily pushed and punched a 16-year-old girl, who was also helping him to the bedroom. Then when his grandfather tried to calm the situation he allegedly angrily pushed him to the floor.———State of Kansas v. Marc Wynn — Case No: 16 CR 39.Date of birth: 1973. Address: Geuda Springs.Date of alleged crime: January 29, 2016Charges:Count 1 — Domestic Battery, Class B misdemeanor. Count 2 — Assault, Class C misdemeanor. Case description: Wynn is accused of angrily grabbing a woman and forcefully placing her on the bed as he was yelling at her. She was allegedly coming off of back surgery and was afraid when Wynn forcefully pushed her that she would re-injure her back.last_img read more

Wellington receives 3.8 inches of rain over weekend

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Daytona 500 purse, payout breakdown: How much prize money will the winner make in 2020?

first_imgThe world of NASCAR money is a secretive one.Since 2016, race purses and prize money information have been private, leaving fans combining guesswork, outdated numbers and rare peeks behind the curtain to glean information about the economic picture of the sport. Then, drivers earn money based on their final position. Under the previous, public system, there were more variables and incentives that affected payout of a race, but that went away (along with publishing those payouts) in 2016.At the 2020 Daytona 500, teams can make between an estimated $2.06 million and $365,000. Other races historically had a much flatter payout structure, with payouts that would line up with approximate estimates between $320,000 and $78,500 in the 2020 season.Daytona 500 prize money breakdown 2020The following table is an estimate, based off the percentages of previous Daytona 500 purses earned by finishers, applied to the updated $23.6 million purse for 2020.PositionPrize money (estimate)No. 1$2,064,397No. 2$1,512,975No. 3$1,114,836No. 4$936,544No. 5$784,844No. 6$624,009No. 7$566,133No. 8$529,577No. 9$495,596No. 10$470,354 But just before the 2020 Daytona 500, the association released the race purse — a record-setting $23.6 million will be distributed among the 40 drivers.Below is everything you need to know about the Daytona 500 purse, including estimates of how much the winner will make.MORE: Complete Daytona 500 starting lineup | TV scheduleWhat is the Daytona 500 purse for 2020?2020 Daytona 500 purse: $23.6 millionThe $23.6 million 2020 Daytona 500 purse is the highest in American motorsports history, according to a NASCAR announcement.In 2015 — the last year NASCAR disclosed race purses until this week’s announcement — the Daytona 500 purse was $18 million. According to a bankruptcy filing from BK Racing and released by NBC Sports, the 2018 Daytona 500 purse was $15.5 million.How much money do you get for winning the Daytona 500?This requires some guesswork, because NASCAR didn’t release place-by-place prize money.The 2015 winner, Joey Logano, earned about $1.6 million, approximately 8.8 percent of the total purse. That share of the purse was about on par with the previous Daytona 500’s in recent history.If the 2020 edition has a similar share, the winner of the Daytona 500 will take home about $2.06 million. It would likely be the first NASCAR race to award the winner upward of $2 million.How much money does a NASCAR driver make per race?The amount of money a NASCAR driver makes in a race depends on what the race is and where they finish. Because the data isn’t publicly available, the best we can do is estimate based off past data.The amount of money on the line at a given NASCAR race varies significantly. In 2015, the largest purse was the Daytona 500’s $18 million, and the smallest was $4,494,688. The average purse was $5,556,775.last_img read more