June 28, 2019

BARTOW COUNTY’S ONLY DAILY NEWSPAPER 75 cents One injured in shooting off Tennessee Street

BY JAMES SWIFT ment soon as we sort it all out,” [email protected] McCann said. Cartersville Police Department Cartersville Chief of Police Public Information Offi cer Lt. Frank McCann confi rmed that Mike Bettikofer said the shooting a shooting transpired near the and that motor vehicle accident are intersection of Mary Street and connected. Douglas Street Thursday morning However, he told The Daily Tri- around 11 a.m. bune News he could not give any “There’s one victim,” McCann insights into what may have insti- told The Daily Tribune News on gated the shooting. Nor could he the scene. He said he had no up- specify how many shots were fi red dates on the status of the victim at in the incident. that time. As of late Thursday afternoon, Scanner communications indi- Bettikofer said the two subjects re- cate a Life Flight was dispatched to mained hospitalized. Cartersville High School to trans- Contradicting earlier accounts port the shooting victim. of the shooting, Bettikofer said that There appeared to be a motor the Cartersville Police Department vehicle collision at the intersection has not arrested anyone in connec- involving a motorcycle and a white tion with the shooting. pickup truck. The driver of the mo- “There is a suspect,” he said,

JAMES SWIFT/THE DAILY TRIBUNE NEWS torcycle was transported from the “but there is no one in custody.” JAMES SWIFT/THE DAILY TRIBUNE NEWS Cartersville Police and other emergency personnel respond to scene via ambulance. Bettikofer said more information Cartersville Police and other emergency personnel respond to a shooting incident at the intersection of Mary Street and Doug- “It’s still under investigation on the shooting will be released as a shooting incident at the intersection of Mary Street and Doug- las Street. right now, but we’ll put out a state- the investigation continues. las Street.

Blood THE AMERICAN WAY Assurance July Fourth seeks celebrations return to holiday Manning Mill, heroes

BY MARIE NESMITH Dellinger parks [email protected]

BY MARIE NESMITH As Independence Day ap- [email protected] proaches, Blood Assurance’s staff is encouraging Bartow Generally serving up family fun with residents to give the gift of life numerous playgrounds, fi elds Wednesday. and picnic shelters, a pair of parks will “Anyone who donates during take center stage for 2019’s Indepen- the holiday is a hero at Blood dence Day festivities. Assurance,” said Mandy Perry, While Manning Mill Park will pro- Blood Assurance’s communi- vide the backdrop for Saturday’s third ty liaison for Cartersville and annual Adairsville Celebrates America, Bartow County. “These holi- Dellinger Park will host the Rotary Club day times are critical ones in of Etowah’s Fourth of July Celebration the local blood supply because Thursday. collections are down and usage “This is a fantastic, safe and laid back is up. event for the entire family to come and “We depend 100% on the vol- enjoy music, food and fi reworks in cel- RANDY PARKER/THE DAILY TRIBUNE NEWS, FILE untary donations of our commu- Mary Jane Wells waves the American fl ag as one of hundreds of attendees who lined the streets of downtown Car- ebrating our freedom,” said Adairs- tersville for last year’s Fourth of July parade. This year’s parade will start at 9 a.m. nity. With the need being great ville Marketing and Event Coordinator and the choices of things to do Bethany Brady about the Adairsville Adairsville in partnership with the Bar- event, daylong festivities are scheduled WBHF station manager and member during your holiday greater, we Celebrates America event. “We have a tow County Parks and Recreation De- in Cartersville July 4, including a down- of the Rotary Club of Etowah, adding count anyone who would choose variety of activities going on so that ev- partment. town parade and activities at Dellinger Shottenkirk Honda is the 2019 parade’s to donate during such times a eryone can enjoy their time.” Starting with a welcome from Mayor Park. The patriotic events will be pre- presenting sponsor. “Many communities hero. One donation can save as Ongoing from 5 to 9:30 p.m., the fes- Kenneth Carson, Adairsville Celebrates sented by the Rotary Club of Etowah, have discontinued having a parade for many as three local lives.” tivities at Manning Mill Park — 163 America will feature performances by with WBHF FM 100.3 and AM 1450 one reason or another. I love seeing the On July 3, individuals can Manning Mill Road in Adairsville — the 116th Army Band from 5:15 to 6 also helping organize the parade. fellowship and fun on the morning of the donate blood from 9 a.m. to 1 will include three infl atables for chil- p.m., Championship Karate from 6:15 “What I personally enjoy most about parade, and the fun that is had by the par- p.m. during a drive hosted by dren of all ages, food vendors, raffl es, to 6:35 p.m. and The Cole Sitzlar Band the parade is the fact that we still have a ticipants and those attending the parade. O’Reilly Auto Parts, 1450 Joe entertainment and a fi reworks show. from 7 p.m. until the fi reworks show. parade to celebrate Independence Day,” Frank Harris Parkway in Car- The event is organized by the city of After Adairsville’s complimentary said Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini, SEE JULY 4, PAGE 5A tersville. According to a news release from Blood Assurance, “All donors will receive a free pair of fl ip fl ops and donors 18 years and up will be entered to win four tickets to Dollywood’s GHC continues STEMFIT math boot camp Splash Country.” While appointments are not BY DONNA HARRIS STEM Learning and a University System required, they are recommend- [email protected] of Georgia STEM Initiative grant, the sci- ed and can be placed online ence, technology, engineering and mathe- at While summer is typically a time for rest matics camp will take place July 9-12 from oreilly, by texting BAGIVE to and relaxation, some students are choosing 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Building C, Room 170, 999777 or by calling 800-962- to use a week of their school break to get on the college’s Cartersville campus at 0628. a head start on their college math require- 5441 Highway 20. “At Blood Assurance, we want ments. To qualify to enroll in the camp, students to make the opportunity for you For the second year, Georgia Highlands must have an ACT score of 22 or higher or to donate as easy, quick and College is offering its summer STEMFIT an SAT score of 550/28.5 or higher. convenient as possible,” Perry math boot camp to help prepare incoming Largin said there are many perks to par- said. “Having community part- high school dual-enrollment students and ticipating, especially for freshmen entering ners, like O’Reilly Auto Parts, college freshmen for starting their colle- STEM fi elds, including working one-on- step up in this crucial time of giate mathematics courses at the pre-cal- one with college professors, learning in a need is of great importance be- culus level or higher. real college classroom and getting the op- cause this now offers one more “Most STEM students need to begin portunity to bypass college algebra, saving opportunity for donors to come their math with either pre-calculus or cal- students time and money and putting them out and give. We hope that this culus, but unless your SAT is above 620 or one step closer to graduating. location is more convenient for ACT is above 25, you will be required to SPECIAL “We are excited that this effort will help some of our Cartersville-Bar- start out with the prerequisite college al- Incoming high school dual-enrollment students and college freshmen can to propel these students forward,” she said. tow County residents to fi t a do- get a head start on their college math requirements by attending Georgia gebra class,” said Melanie Largin, dean of Highland College’s STEMFIT math boot camp next month. “We look forward to continuing to expand nation into their July 3 plans.” the division of mathematics and computer this effort through our STEM grant, to Established in 1972, the science. “This adds an extra course to a freshman high school year,” Largent said. “This camp could potentially shorten a utilizing some of the lessons used during full-service blood center assists student’s degree plan.” “By using this camp to refresh those student’s time to degree by one or two se- the camp in our ongoing college algebra 64 medical facilities in Ala- While the college offers a way to exempt skills prior to taking the exemption test, mesters. This not only helps with student classrooms at GHC and to presenting our bama, Georgia, , college algebra, “historically the pass rate not only are the chances of success greater, cost but also increases the likelihood of results to our colleagues across the state.” Tennessee and Virginia. on that exam is low because college alge- but it also opens an option to exempt the graduation.” bra principles are typically covered in the next math class — pre-calculus,” she said. Sponsored by the GHC Center for SEE GHC, PAGE 6A SEE DONATIONS, PAGE 6A

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The Daily Tribune News at 6:00PM at Remnant Church, residence. Heights monthly birthday par- Sunday, June 30, 2019, at 3:00 Address: Adairsville, with Pastor Andrew He was born in Springfi eld, ties. He liked woodworking, PM from Mt. Carmel United 251 S. Tennessee St. Hight and Rev. Canada, May 16, 1931, son of gardening, and going fi shing. He Methodist Church, Adairsville, Cartersville, GA 30120 Danny May of- the late George was an amazing husband, father, with Min. Jack Gillespie, Min. fi ciating. The Henry Ellis and grandpa, and friend who will be Leon Smith, and Mr. Nixon Sell- Mailing Address: 251 S. Tennessee St. family will re- Miriam Car- dearly missed He was preced- ers Jr. offi ciating. The body will Cartersville, GA 30120 ceive friends and oline Dickie ed in death by his parents and lie in state at the church Sunday family Friday Ellis. Mr. Ellis brother, Roy George Ellis and from 2:00 PM until 3:00 PM In- Phone: 770-382-4545 from 5:00PM was a faithful his wife Jean. terment will follow in the church After 5 p.m.: 770-382-4548 until 6:00PM at member of Mt. Survivors include his loving cemetery with military honors. Fax: 770-382-2711 the church. McCary Carmel Unit- wife of 62 years, Lynelle Lock- Pallbearers include Ray El- Alan Davis, In lieu of ed Methodist Ellis ridge Ellis; children, Mary Ellis, lis, III, Kevin Ellis, Luke Ellis, Publisher fl owers the Church. He Ray Ellis Jr. and his wife Lyd- Kristopher Ellis, Jason Wade, family wishes donations be made was a retired ia, and Brian Ellis and his wife and Nixon Sellers Jr. Honorary Jason Greenberg, Managing Editor Ralph Eugene in Ralph’s memory to Remnant Technical Sergeant of the Unit- Marie; grandchildren, Jessica pallbearers will be Chris McCo- Church Children’s Ministry, PO ed States Air Force and served (Nixon) Sellers, Ray (Catrelle) nnel, Anthony McConnel, Corey Jennifer Moates, McCary Jr. Box 736, Adairsville, GA 30103. in the Korean War. After retiring Ellis III, Luke Ellis, Brittany Evan, Al Willis, Rodney Curtis, Advertising Director R. Dudley Barton and Son Fu- from the military he worked for Ellis, Kevin (Alayna) Ellis, Kris- Hoodie Farr, Will Smith, Ken- June 12, 1950 – June 21, 2019. neral Home, Adairsville, is in the United States Postal Service topher (Dana) Ellis, and Steph- neth King, and past and present Mindy Salamon, Office Manager/Classified “A limb has fallen from our fam- charge of funeral arrangements for in Rome for 35 years. One of his anie Ellis; great-grandchildren, members of Boy Scouts Troop12. Advertising Director ily tree that says ‘Grieve not for Mr. Ralph Eugene McCary. proudest accomplishment was Jason, MaKayla W., Makayla E., The family will receive friends me.’ being Scout Master for Troop 12 Brooklynn, Zoey, Ian, Blaytin, at Barton Funeral Home, Satur- Lee McCrory, Remember the best times, the and serving with the Boy Scouts Wyatt, and Hadassah; niece Pa- day from Circulation/Distribution Manager laughter, the songs... Ray Fraser Ellis Sr. for over 43 years. Mr. Ellis along mela (Doug) Finch; great-neph- 2:00 PM until 5:00 PM. Byron Pezzarossi, The good life I lived while I was with his wife, Lynelle enjoyed ew, James (Eliza) Finch; and R. Dudley Barton and Son Press Room Director strong.” Mr. Ray Fraser Ellis Sr., age volunteering for multiple non- special friend, Rex (Rose) Sul- Funeral Home, Adairsville, is in A Celebration of Ralph’s Life 88, of Kingston, passed away profi ts and for 43 years hosting livan. charge of funeral arrangements Email: will be held Friday, June 28, 2019, Wednesday, June 26, 2019, at his the residences of Cartersville Funeral services will be held for Mr. Ray Fraser Ellis, Sr.

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Former Texas congressman Beto O’Rourke answered a ques- tion about marginal tax rates in Spanish. U.S. Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey showed off his Spanish skills while discussing his ideas on immigration reform. Former U.S. Housing Secretary Ju- lian Castro, who is Mexican American, gave part of his closing statement in Spanish. The Democratic presidential hopefuls peppered their state- ments with Spanish on Wednesday night in Miami during the fi rst televised debate of the 2020 election, evoking praise from some Latino activists and eye rolls from others. Their efforts were a testament to the fact that Latinos are on track to be the largest minority racial or ethnic group eligible to vote in 2020 with 32 million, according to fi gures from the Pew Research Center. That amounts to about 13% of the electorate, and the population is strong in such key states as Arizona, and Colorado. J. SCOTT APPLEWHITE/AP But using the Spanish language to woo voters is a double-edged Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., holds a news conference ahead of the Fourth of July break at the Capitol in sword: Advocates looking for clues about how candidates would re- Washington Thursday. spond to issues facing Latinos in the United States saw the gestures as promising and sincere. Critics called the moves “hispandering” — a term used to describe pandering to the Hispanic community. It’s a delicate balance and after the debate, which also was tele- House sends Trump $4.6B vised on Telemundo, O’Rourke, who is white, and Booker, who is black, were mocked on social media with widely shared memes that made fun of their Spanish. The criticism ranged from ridicul- ing their accents to laughing at their imperfect grammar. “It’s like a spice. You have to be very careful about how much border bill, yielding to Senate you use because too much and you taint the whole dish,” Fernand Amandi, a Miami-based political consultant and pollster said. “It BY ANDREW TAYLOR children who are turned over the long conversation on the legislation He called the Senate bill “the only can become a distraction.” AND ALAN FRAM Department of Health and Human Thursday as the White House and game in town.” New York Mayor Bill de Blasio ran into trouble in Miami on Associated Press Services. It rejects an administra- Republicans kept pounding the McConnell said the White Thursday when he cried out in Spanish: “Hasta la victoria siem- tion request for additional Immi- message that the only way forward House might support making some pre!” The words, which translate as “To victory, always,” were fi rst The Democratic-controlled gration and Customs Enforcement on the long-sought legislation was changes administratively — which used by Che Guevara in a farewell letter to Fidel Castro and be- House voted Thursday to send Pres- detention beds, however, and con- to pass the Senate bill. have less than the force of law — came a slogan for the Cuban revolution. ident Donald Trump a bipartisan, tains provisions designed to pre- Pence’s chief of staff Marc Short to address some Democratic con- Cuban-Americans who fl ed the Castro regime and their de- Senate-drafted, $4.6 billion mea- vent federal immigration agents described the call as friendly and cerns. scendants are hugely infl uential in Florida politics, and De Bla- sure to care for migrant refugees from going after immigrants living productive. Pelosi, a devout Catholic, In fact, Pence agreed that law- sio’s comment drew stunned retributions from Florida politicians detained at the southern border, in the country illegally who seek to appealed to Pence’s sense of faith. makers would be notifi ed within of both parties. Sen. Marco Rubio swiftly derided De Blasio in a capping a Washington skirmish in care for unaccompanied children. Pelosi presented an effective 24 hours when a child died in cus- tweet. So did Florida state Sen. Jose Javier Rodriguez, a Democrat, which die-hard liberals came out The funding is urgently needed case that House Democrats want- tody, said people familiar with his who stressed that he was not present at the event and demanded in on the losing end in a battle with the to prevent the humanitarian emer- ed more, Short said, but the vice call with Pelosi. The vice president a tweet that De Blasio apologize. De Blasio did so in a tweet later White House, the GOP-held Senate gency on the U.S.-Mexico border president stressed that with the bi- also agreed to the 90-day time lim- Thursday, saying he didn’t mean to offend anyone and “I certainly and Democratic moderates. from worsening. The government partisan vote in Senate and funding it for migrant children to be housed apologize for not understanding that history.” The emergency legislation, re- had warned that money would run running out, now was not the time in infl ux facilities. The candidates’ foray into the Spanish language came as the quired to ease overcrowded, often out in a matter of days. to be reopening the bill. Meanwhile, pressure built on country has been locked in a heated debate over how to respond to harsh conditions at U.S. holding The Senate bill passed Wednes- The leaders of the House Pro- lawmakers whose constituents are the high number of migrants from Central America who are seek- facilities for migrants seeking asy- day by an 84-8 vote, with Demo- gressive Caucus, which includes upset by accounts of brutal condi- ing asylum in the United States. Latino and immigrant activists lum, mostly from Central Ameri- crats there pleased with the deal almost half of House Democrats, tions for detained children. And have condemned President Donald Trump’s response to detaining can nations like Honduras and El they cut with Republicans con- immediately issued a statement with lawmakers eager to break for migrants, which has included separating families and detaining Salvador, passed by a bipartisan trolling the chamber. calling the Senate bill — which the 10-day July 4 recess, internal children in overcrowded and substandard facilities. 305-102 vote. Trump has indicated The measure was initially only had the backing of Minority Lead- pressure built on Democrats to he’ll sign it into law. reluctantly accepted by the White er Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. — “en- wrap it all up quickly. “A great job done by all!” Trump House — which complained about tirely insuffi cient to protect vulner- “The Administration sent its re- tweeted from his overseas trip. elimination of the request for de- able children in our care.” quest for emergency funding eight Ninety-fi ve Democrats opposed tention bed for immigrants facing “Standing up for human rights weeks ago, but there was no ac- the bill, reluctantly brought to a removal from the U.S. — but GOP requires more than providing mon- tion,” said Sarah Sanders, outgoing vote by House Speaker Nancy support grew after the measure ey,” said Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif. White House press secretary. “We Pelosi, D-Calif., after her plan to presented an opportunity to out- Thursday’s outcome was a victo- have already negotiated a broadly further strengthen rules for treat- maneuver Pelosi. Just seven Repub- ry for McConnell, who vowed that supported bipartisan funding bill. ment of migrant refugees ran into licans opposed the bill. the GOP-held Senate would kill It is time for House Democrats to intractable opposition from Repub- “We could have done so much any “partisan” House changes that pass the Senate bill and stop delay- lican lawmakers and Vice Presi- better,” Pelosi said in a fl oor speech. the Democratic-controlled House ing funding to deal with this very dent Mike Pence. Many moderate Earlier, Pelosi pushed a plan to passed, and he appeared to hold a real humanitarian crisis.” Democrats split with Pelosi as well, ping-pong the Senate-passed bill strong hand. All sides agreed that Lawmakers’ sense of urgency to undercutting her efforts, which right back across the Capitol with Congress wouldn’t leave for its In- provide humanitarian aid was am- faded shortly after Senate Majority provisions requiring more stringent dependence Day recess until the plifi ed by recent reports of condi- Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., care requirements for detained mi- measure was passed in some form. tions in a windowless Border Patrol said he would swiftly reject them. grant families and other steps. But “The United States Senate is not station in Clint, Texas, where more The legislation contains more confronted with splintering unity going to pass a border funding bill than 300 infants and children were than $1 billion to shelter and feed in the Democratic rank and fi le and that cuts the money for ICE and being housed. Many were kept there migrants detained by the border intractable opposition from McCo- the Department of Defense. It’s not for weeks and were caring for each patrol and almost $3 billion to nnell, Pelosi changed course. going to happen. We already have other in conditions that included in- care for unaccompanied migrant Pence and Pelosi had an hour- our compromise,” McConnell said. adequate food, water and sanitation. THE MARKET IN REVIEW


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for providing a classic convertible for him Starting with a welcome from Mayor tion of those proceeds will benefi t the to ride in. His accomplishments are numer- Kenneth Carson, Adairsville Celebrates Etowah Valley Humane Society. We Grand jury July 4 ous and his lifetime of service and dedica- America will feature performances by would love to get a bunch of entries for tion to our community, state and country the 116th Army Band from 5:15 to 6 p.m., this contest even if they show up on the fi nds ex- From Page 1A make him well worthy of this honor.” Championship Karate from 6:15 to 6:35 morning of the parade.” “The events at Dellinger are always fun After the parade, more than 15,000 peo- p.m. and The Cole Sitzlar Band from 7 Those interested can obtain a parade police offi cer too, with great food, vendors and kids’ ac- ple are anticipated to attend the Dellinger p.m. until the fi reworks show. application by visiting the radio station’s tivities. Scott Thompson is a talented mu- Park festivities at 100 Pine Grove Road After Adairsville’s complimentary website, There will choked man sician who plays a great variety of music, from 2 to 10 p.m. Along with children’s ac- event, daylong festivities are scheduled in be a $40 fee — which will support the Ro- and he is also a part of the featured band, tivities, the patriotic celebration will con- Cartersville July 4, including a downtown tary Club of Etowah’s charitable efforts — during arrest Peachtree Station. The fi reworks show is sist of arts and crafts, music concerts, food parade and activities at Dellinger Park. for each type of entry, ranging from fl oats fantastic too, with the help of fi nancial sup- vendors and a 9:30 p.m. fi reworks show. As The patriotic events will be presented by to wagons. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS port for that show from the Bartow County Santini noted, Thompson will perform an the Rotary Club of Etowah, with WBHF “This year’s grand marshal is Carters- A Georgia grand jury has indict- [government], the city of Cartersville and acoustic show from 4 to 7 p.m., followed FM 100.3 and AM 1450 also helping orga- ville native and Georgia Supreme Court ed a former police offi cer on mul- Century Bank.” by his concert with Peachtree Station at 8 nize the parade. Justice Robert Benham,” Santini said. tiple charges after it found he had The WBHF and Rotary Club of Etowah p.m. “What I personally enjoy most about the “Justice Benham is currently the longest choked a former college football Fourth of July Parade will begin and end While the festivities at Dellinger Park parade is the fact that we still have a pa- serving member of the Supreme Court player during an arrest. at Tabernacle Baptist Church’s parking lot. will not require any admission fees, there rade to celebrate Independence Day,” said of Georgia. Appointed by Gov. Joe The Henry County District At- At 9 a.m., the entrants will proceed down will be a $5 parking charge per vehicle. Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini, WBHF Frank Harris in December 1989, he was torney’s Offi ce on Thursday said Douglas Street, Church Street, Bartow For more information, search “Car- station manager and member of the Rotary the fi rst African American ever appoint- former county offi cer David Rose Street, Main Street, Tennessee Street and tersville July 4th Celebration” to fi nd the Club of Etowah, adding Shottenkirk Hon- ed to the Supreme Court in its more than Jr. was charged with two counts then back to Church Street. event’s Facebook page. Further details da is the 2019 parade’s presenting sponsor. 140 years. of violating his oath as an offi cer. “We will have plenty of big vehicles, and updates about Adairsville Celebrates “Many communities have discontinued “… We are thrilled to be honoring Jus- He’s also been indicted on a simple fl oats and vehicles,” Santini said. “We also America can be obtained by following having a parade for one reason or another. tice Benham as our grand marshal, and we battery charge and two charges of will have music provided by the Tom and the event on social media — Facebook, I love seeing the fellowship and fun on the are appreciative to the Savoy Car Museum making false statements. Chad Show, and we always have numerous @cityofadairsville306; Instagram, @city- morning of the parade, and the fun that is for providing a classic convertible for him Rose was fi red after an internal classic vehicles. ofadairsville; and Twitter, adairsvillega. had by the participants and those attending to ride in. His accomplishments are numer- investigation found he used unnec- “This year we have added a Patriotic Generally serving up family fun with nu- the parade. ous and his lifetime of service and dedica- essary force in arresting Desmond Pup contest where people can dress up merous playgrounds, baseball fi elds and “The events at Dellinger are always fun tion to our community, state and country Marrow in 2017. their dogs and walk the parade. The Good picnic shelters, a pair of parks will take too, with great food, vendors and kids’ ac- make him well worthy of this honor.” Marrow played football at the Dog Shoppe will be providing prizes for center stage for 2019’s Independence Day tivities. Scott Thompson is a talented mu- After the parade, more than 15,000 peo- University of Toledo. He signed a the Top 2 winners, and a portion of those festivities. sician who plays a great variety of music, ple are anticipated to attend the Dellinger contract in 2012 with the Houston proceeds will benefi t the Etowah Valley While Manning Mill Park will provide and he is also a part of the featured band, Park festivities at 100 Pine Grove Road Texans but was cut in the presea- Humane Society. We would love to get a the backdrop for Saturday’s third annual Peachtree Station. The fi reworks show is from 2 to 10 p.m. Along with children’s son. bunch of entries for this contest even if they Adairsville Celebrates America, Dellinger fantastic too, with the help of fi nancial sup- activities, the patriotic celebration will con- Rose’s lawyer, Lee Sexton, says show up on the morning of the parade.” Park will host the Rotary Club of Etowah’s port for that show from the Bartow County sist of arts and crafts, music concerts, food they’ll be ready for trial and that Those interested can obtain a parade Fourth of July Celebration Thursday. [government], the city of Cartersville and vendors and a 9:30 p.m. fi reworks show. As he’s confi dent Rose will be acquit- application by visiting the radio station’s “This is a fantastic, safe and laid back Century Bank.” Santini noted, Thompson will perform an ted. website, There will event for the entire family to come and en- The WBHF and Rotary Club of Etowah acoustic show from 4 to 7 p.m., followed by be a $40 fee — which will support the Ro- joy music, food and fi reworks in celebrat- Fourth of July Parade will begin and end his concert with Peachtree Station at 8 p.m. tary Club of Etowah’s charitable efforts — ing our freedom,” said Adairsville Market- at Tabernacle Baptist Church’s parking lot. While the festivities at Dellinger Park for each type of entry, ranging from fl oats ing and Event Coordinator Bethany Brady At 9 a.m., the entrants will proceed down will not require any admission fees, there Subscribe to wagons. about the Adairsville Celebrates America Douglas Street, Church Street, Bartow will be a $5 parking charge per vehicle. “This year’s grand marshal is Carters- event. “We have a variety of activities Street, Main Street, Tennessee Street and For more information, search “Car- ville native and Georgia Supreme Court going on so that everyone can enjoy their then back to Church Street. tersville July 4th Celebration” to fi nd the and SAVE Justice Robert Benham,” Santini said. time.” “We will have plenty of big vehicles, event’s Facebook page. Further details “Justice Benham is currently the longest Ongoing from 5 to 9:30 p.m., the festivi- fl oats and vehicles,” Santini said. “We also and updates about Adairsville Celebrates Call 770- serving member of the Supreme Court of ties at Manning Mill Park — 163 Manning will have music provided by the Tom and America can be obtained by following Georgia. Appointed by Gov. Joe Frank Mill Road in Adairsville — will include Chad Show, and we always have numerous the event on social media — Facebook, Harris in December 1989, he was the fi rst three infl atables for children of all ages, classic vehicles. @cityofadairsville306; Instagram, @ 382-4545 African American ever appointed to the food vendors, raffl es, entertainment and a “This year we have added a Patriot- cityofa- Supreme Court in its more than 140 years. fi reworks show. 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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS mately revealed that the person- happened to the Experian stock ATLANTA — A former Equi- al information of more than 145 price after that credit reporting fax executive who sold stock a million people had been exposed. company experienced a breach week and a half before the com- The SEC has said that at the in 2015. Later that morning, pany announced a massive data time of the breach, Ying was he exercised all his available breach was sentenced Thursday often entrusted with nonpublic stock options and received 6,815 to serve four months in federal company information. He was a shares of Equifax stock, which prison for insider trading. leading candidate to become the he sold for more than $950,000. Jun Ying, former chief infor- global chief information offi cer That represented a gain of more mation offi cer of Equifax’s U.S. of Equifax, a job he was offered than $480,000 and saved him a Information Solutions, pleaded on Sept. 15, 2017, the same day loss of about $117,000, prosecu- guilty in March. His prison time the company announced then- tors said. is to be followed by a year of su- CIO Dave Webb would retire. Ying is the second Equifax pervised release, and he was also At the time of Ying’s indict- employee convicted of insider ordered to pay about $117,000 in ment, the company said it had trading related to the data breach. restitution and a $55,000 fi ne, the “separated him from the compa- A former Equifax software U.S. attorney’s offi ce in Atlanta ny” upon learning of his sale of product development manag- said in a news release. Equifax shares and concluding er who exercised his “put” op- The Securities and Exchange he had violated its trading pol- tions and made a profi t of about Commission also levied insid- icies. The SEC complaint says $75,000 before the breach was er trading charges against Ying, Ying worked at Equifax until disclosed was sentenced in Oc- who has agreed to settle that October 2017. tober to serve eight months case, prosecutors said in a court Unidentifi ed hackers accessed MIKE STEWART/AP, FILE home confi nement after pleading fi ling last week. Equifax databases without au- The corporate headquarters of Equifax Inc. in Atlanta is shown in July of 2012. A former Equi- guilty in Atlanta to insider trad- In a court fi ling last week, thorization from mid-May fax executive who sold stock a week and a half before the company announced a massive data ing. He was also ordered to pay prosecutors had asked for a sen- through July in 2017 and ob- breach was sentenced Thursday to serve four months in federal prison for insider trading. a $50,000 fi ne, serve 50 hours of tence of a year and three months tained customers’ personal in- community service and forfeit in prison and a $75,000 fi ne in formation. Federal authorities several employees who reported Equifax itself, the indictment told a co-worker in text messag- proceeds gained from insider addition to the restitution. say Equifax discovered the sus- to him, were asked to help re- says. es, according to the indictment. trading. Equifax disclosed the breach picious activity on its network on spond, although they were told “Sounds bad. We may be the Three days later, on Aug. 28, Put options allow the holder to Sept. 7, 2017. The Atlanta-based July 29, 2017. then that the work involved a one breached,” and “I’m starting 2017, Ying did searches using make a profi t if the stock price credit reporting company ulti- On Aug. 25, Ying, along with potential Equifax customer, not to put 2 and 2 together,” Ying his Equifax computer on what drops.

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Surrounded by sweet-swinging sluggers Christian Yelich, Alameda leads Cody Bellinger and Ronald Acuña Jr., All-Star stalwart Nolan Arenado is set for a new role with the National League — el- der statesman. “It shows how good these young guys are,” Arenado said. Adairsville The fi ve-time All-Star will be joined by a bumper crop of talent in one of the youngest All-Star Game lineups ever — a millennial-heavy NL group that could make history at the midsummer showcase in Cleveland on July 9. revealed the results from fan bal- camp loting for its All-Star starters Thursday, and the average age of the eight NL starters is 25.8 years old. Depending on who BY NICHOLAS SULLIVAN is chosen as the club’s designated hitter, the starting position [email protected] players could be the youngest ever, surpassing the 1967 NL and 2017 AL clubs, which averaged 26.0 years old. Having to bring a newborn child on a business trip is far from “I’ve never seen this much young talent in the game,” an ideal situation, but for Adairsville High softball coach Amanda said Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, who will lead the NL. Nelson, it’s one of the best things to ever happen to her from a pro- “There’s a lot of fun players to watch — talented and the per- fessional and personal standpoint. sonalities from some of these young players.” Nelson knew when she brought her daughter Hallie to the Jan- Angels star Mike Trout was the leading vote getter in the uary 2018 coaches clinic in Nashville that there would be a point fi nal round. He’ll be joined on the AL squad by three Astros (or several) when her baby would get fussy. During one session, the — Alex Bregman, George Springer and Michael Brantley — inevitable happened. and two Yankees — Gary Sánchez and DJ LeMahieu. As Hallie began to get restless, Nelson received an offer from a The lineups are full of unlikely names. LeMahieu didn’t kind-hearted colleague to take the baby outside in an attempt to crack New York’s opening day lineup. Rangers designated soothe her, allowing Nelson to stay inside and fi nish the session. The hitter Hunter Pence could only fi nd a minor league contract simple act led to a professional relationship and friendship for the as a free agent last offseason. Diamondbacks second baseman two coaches from vastly different softball backgrounds. Ketel Marte and Twins shortstop Jorge Polanco hardly gar- After a playing career at Valdosta State, Nelson has made her liv- nered All-Star attention in previous years. Now they’re All- ing at the high school level, taking over the Tigers in 2017 for her Star starters. fi rst head-coaching job. Her coaching clinic savior, , “It was quite a wild journey from this year to last year,” spent her fi nal two years of college ball at Oklahoma before joining Pence said. “And to even be speaking about this now, is a mir- the coaching ranks. Just months after meeting Nelson, Alameda led acle. It’s a blessing, and I’m very grateful.” Florida State to its fi rst fastpitch national championship. The NL’s oldest elected starters are 29-year-old Freddie “We just bonded and started a friendship,” Nelson said Wednes- Freeman from Atlanta and 28-year-old Arenado of Colorado. day of the chance encounter. “She’s a great mentor that I look up “Some of these young players are unbelievable players,” to. We swapped information. I was able to pick up the phone and Arenado said. “We’re fortunate to be in this time, when you contact her, send her an email. She’s so invested in growing the sport get to see how good they are.” of softball that she took time to invest in me and answer questions Indians fi rst baseman Carlos Santana was elected to start and mentor me. … in his home park in the 33-year-old’s fi rst All-Star selection. “That’s who she is. She wants to grow the sport of softball and the He’ll be joined in the lineup by Brantley, a former teammate people who are invested in it. I’m lucky enough to get some bless- who left the Indians in free agency last offseason for a $32 ings out of her, be mentored and get her out here.” million, two-year deal with Houston. Brantley edged Yankees “Here” refers to the Adairsville campus, as Alameda made the slugger Aaron Judge by 0.9% for the fi nal outfi eld spot. trip to Bartow County to host a one-day softball camp for players The Cubs’ Willson Contreras and Javier Baez will each start at the middle school and high school levels. While Adairsville was for the NL for the second straight year. Baez was elected at defi nitely well represented and Woodland had some participants, shortstop a year after starting at second. Only three other All- including 2018 DTN Player of the Year Bella Carnes, there were Stars have started in consecutive years at different positions. athletes from Chattanooga to Atlanta and several places in between Trout is set to be the sixth AL player to start six times be- at the event. fore turning 28. The others are Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Following the player portion of the day, Alameda even hosted a Ivan Rodriguez, Rod Carew and Ken Griffey Jr. It’s Trout’s question-and-answer segment with area coaches inside the Adairs- eighth straight selection overall. ville High auditorium. “I just enjoy going to them,” he said. “Every year it seems “The kids were great,” Alameda said following Wednesday’s like I am slowing it down and embracing the experience. The Q&A. “They all wanted to learn. They were excited about the game fi rst couple I was running around and it went so fast.” of softball. Great coaching minds in here, which was awesome.” Yelich was second in voting behind Trout. He homered in Alameda is no stranger to this type of local camp. She mentioned last year’s All-Star Game, then staged a second-half tear that holding similar ones in places like Texas, Colorado and Florida ended in him winning NL MVP. He’s been just as good in throughout the summer. That doesn’t make them any less special. 2019, leading the majors with 29 homers while hitting .332 “I love when the kids learn and you can see them grow a little bit,” with a 1.149 OPS. Alameda said. “… I love that all of the coaches want to get better. “In spring, there were a lot of questions if I could do it All I can try to do is just share the game with them, and hopefully, again,” Yelich said. “Was it a fl uke? Am I a good player? That they can take a little bit and get a little bit better. That’s what we all stuff kind of lights a fi re in me. try to do.” “I didn’t know how the year was going to go, but I wasn’t Wednesday’s event seemed to be quite the success. With separate going to look back on last year and think anything was guar- signups for fi elding, hitting and pitching/catching segments, Nelson anteed. Just because you’re an MVP the previous year, you’re said the camp was pretty much at capacity. The hitting portion, for not going to just walk through the next year and everything instance, was completely booked. was going to be fi ne.” “There was a lot of excitement from the kids and parents about The league adopted a new balloting structure this season, her being here,” Nelson said. “It ignites that fi re when someone like which operated exclusively through Google. Fans voted up un- coach Alameda comes in. The girls want to perform for her. They til June 21 to determine fi nalists for All-Star starters. The top want to show off, but they were also out there taking instruction. three vote getters at each position — top nine in the outfi eld We saw them making adjustments and being willing to fail to try — in each league then entered a second phase of voting, which to get better. ran Wednesday and Thursday. Vote totals were reset prior to “The hope is that everybody heard something today they can take the fi nal round. with them over the summer to start working on.” Fans elected the nine starting players for the AL team and That goes for the coaches, as well as the players. eight for the NL — with the extra AL player being the desig- “It was an incredible experience for myself, I’m out here learning, nated hitter. The rest of the 32-man rosters for each league, too,” Nelson said. “To have her helping our girls, our area girls, to be including the DH for the National League, will be determined able to listen to what she sees in them, helping them, I get to learn, RANDY PARKER/THE DAILY TRIBUNE NEWS by player balloting and selections from the Commissioner’s Top, as Adairsville High head softball coach Amanda Nelson, too, not just the players. She’s top-notch, so I enjoyed the entire day center, watches, Riley Nelson, a rising seventh-grader at Pep- Offi ce. Those All-Stars will be announced Sunday. thoroughly.” perell Middle School, takes a throw from Florida State head The fi rst All-Star Game was in 1933 in Chicago. All-Star coach Lonni Alameda. Above middle, Mia Scott, a rising soph- starters have been elected by fans since 1970. Balloting was SEE ALAMEDA, PAGE 2B omore at Adairsville High, hits from a tee. moved exclusively online in 2015.

France hardly an underdog in quarterfi nals against U.S.

BY ANNE M. PETERSON before overcoming a determined just the women’s game in gen- though the game-winner in the Ap Sports Writer challenge from Brazil on Sunday eral has grown tremendously,” 75th minute was the result of night to reach the quarterfi nals. U.S. star Megan Rapinoe said. what many thought was at best The United States has its rank- France also reached the quar- “I guess the task for each team is minimal contact between Spain’s ing and its trophies, and that’s all terfi nals at the 2015 World Cup to be the team that is growing as Virginia Torrecilla and Rose the motivation France needs. in Canada but fell to Germany fast as the game is, keeping up on Lavelle. The foul was confi rmed The Americans face the French on penalties after a 1-1 draw. The that and even being the one that after video review. on Friday night at the Women’s team’s best fi nish at the tourna- is pushing the game forward.” “Yes, they do have some short- World Cup, a match that’s been ment was fourth in 2011 after los- France is seeking to become comings, but so does every team described as a fi nal in the quar- ing 2-1 in the third-place match the fi rst nation to simultaneous- in this tournament,” French terfi nals. It really has it all: The to Sweden. France had lost 3-1 in ly hold the men’s and women’s coach Corinne Diacre said. defending champions against the the semifi nals to the Americans. World Cup trophies. The men “Spain played very well indeed. upstart hosts. The City of Lights. But France has seen its profi le won last year in Russia. But we know the United States A sellout crowd. rise considerably in recent years, The United States already has will be diffi cult opposition.” “They’ve got a great trophy coinciding with the growth of three World Cup trophies, most Until Jennifer Hermoso scored cabinet and we still have every- its domestic professional league. of any nation. The Americans for Spain, the United States had thing to prove,” French captain Seven players on France’s roster emphatically beat Japan 5-2 to not conceded a goal in eight Amandine Henry said. play for Lyon, which routed Bar- win in Canada, highlighted by straight competitive matches The only downside? The coun- celona 4-1 to win the women’s Carli Lloyd’s hat trick. dating to the 2016 Olympics, out- try is in the midst of a heat wave Champions League for the fourth Vying for a fourth title in scoring opponents 44-0. It was and temperatures are expected straight year and sixth time over- France, the United States faced a the fi rst goal the United States to soar into the 90s, although a 9 all. physical knockout-round opener had allowed this year since a 5-3 ALESSANDRA TARANTINO/AP p.m. local time start should bring “From where we were four against Spain. win over Australia in an April United States players celebrate at the end of the Women’s some cooling. years ago, and where France was Rapinoe scored on a pair of friendly. World Cup round of 16 soccer match between Spain and U.S. at Les Bleues, ranked No. 4 in four years ago, I think both of us penalty kicks for the 2-1 victory the Stade Auguste-Delaune in Reims, France, Monday. the world, fi nished atop its group are much stronger teams. I think in Reims on Monday night, al- SEE WORLD CUP, PAGE 2B 2B Friday, June 28, 2019 • Sports The Daily Tribune News Breeders’ Cup stays at Santa Lashley takes Rocket Mortgage Classic lead BY LARRY LAGE two-year PGA Tour career is a tie for eighth nity with a bogey-free round, taking ad- 33-plus feet away from the pin on average. Anita this fall AP Sports Writer in the Puerto Rico Open in February. vantage of scoring opportunities during a Johnson missed the green to the left “Hopefully, can play well this week and day with little wind on a short course with on the 175-yard, par-3 fi fth and his ball despite deaths Nate Lashley tried and failed to qualify continue to play well and lock up my card,” receptive greens. He opened with a birdie bounced into a bunker, forcing him to for a spot in the Rocket Mortgage Classic he said. and had three more on the front nine before stand in the rough while squatting to get THE ASSOCIATED PRESS earlier this week. Ryan Armour and Nick Watney were at the closing spree. the ball out of the sand. The Breeders’ Cup will remain He chose to stay in Detroit, hoping to stroke back at 64. Chez Reavie, the Trav- Lashley, who is from Nebraska, had a “It ended up in a terrible spot,” he said. at Santa Anita this fall after 30 slip into the fi eld as an alternate. elers Championship winner last week in knee injury last year that stunted his rookie Four shots later, Johnson had his fi rst of horses died during the Southern Good call. Connecticut, and Charles Howell III and season on the PGA Tour after 17 events. two double bogeys. He was 2 over at No. 11 California track’s recent meet. Lashley birdied the fi nal three holes and Stewart Cink topped the group of seven “I’m just trying to play relaxed and con- before rallying with three birdies over the The board of directors unani- fi ve of the last six for a 9-under 63 and players at 65. fi dent golf,” he said. last fi ve holes. mously decided to keep the two- the fi rst-round lead Thursday at the PGA Dustin Johnson, the second-ranked There’s no chance Lashley can afford to “I think come out (Friday) morning and day world championships at the Tour’s fi rst event in Detroit. player in the world, opened with a 71. Gary be comfortable with the early lead. shooting a good score, I’ll be back in the Arcadia track for a record 10th The 36-year-old Lashley had the lowest Woodland had a 73 in his fi rst start since Johnson provided proof the Donald tournament,” he said after fi nishing the time on Nov. 1-2. The board an- score in his PGA Tour career, a day after winning the U.S. Open, an accomplish- Ross-designed course can present a chal- fi rst round tied for 101st. nounced its decision at a meeting fi nding out he would have a chance to com- ment that altered his career and schedule. lenge. The only top-10 player in the fi eld Woodland was strong late in the fi rst Thursday in Lexington, Ken- pete at Detroit Golf Club. Ranked 353rd in “I defi nitely didn’t get prepared as much as ranked in the middle of the pack off the tee, round after failing to maintain any mo- tucky. the world and No. 132 in the FedEx Cup I like to, but that’s no excuse,” Woodland said. missing fi ve of 14 fairways. He was among mentum from winning the fi rst major of Craig Fravel, president and CEO standings, Lashley’s only top-10 fi nish in his Lashley made the most of the opportu- the worst on approach shots, leaving him his career. of the Breeders’ Cup, said in a state- ment the ownership of Santa Anita and other groups has made “mean- ingful and effective reforms” in re- cent months to improve safety. SPORTSROUNDUP “We fully embrace those re- forms and will devote our time and energy in the coming months to NASCAR further advance those efforts,” he On the Air said. “We look forward to showing MONSTER ENERGY CUP the world the best in thoroughbred SCHEDULE AND STANDINGS MLB BASEBALL 3 p.m. — U.S. Senior Open (FS1) Sunday, Feb. 10 — x-Advance Auto Parts Clash, racing at one of its fi nest venues.” Daytona Beach, Fla. () 7 p.m. — Atlanta at New York Mets (FSSO) WOMEN’S WORLD CUP SOCCER Thursday, Feb. 14 — x-Duel 1 at Daytona, Daytona CFL FOOTBALL 3 p.m. — Quarterfi nals: France vs. United States (FOX) Beach, Fla. () Thursday, Feb. 14 — x-Duel 2 at Daytona, Daytona 7:30 p.m. — Montreal at Hamilton (ESPN2) NASCAR Beach, Fla. () Sunday, Feb. 17 — Daytona 500, Daytona Beach, Fla. PGA TOUR GOLF 7 p.m. — Xfi nity Series practice (NBCSN) () 3 p.m. — Rocket Mortgage Classic (GOLF) 9 p.m. — Gander Outdoors Truck Series: Overton’s 225 (FS1) Sunday, Feb. 24 — Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500, World Cup Hampton, Ga. () CHAMPIONS TOUR GOLF Sunday, March 3 — Pennzoil 400, Las Vegas (Joey Logano) Sunday, March 10 — TicketGuardian 500, Avondale, Sunday, Nov. 3 — AAA Texas 500, Fort Worth, Texas Friday, July 5 — Circle K Firecracker 250, Daytona Friday, March 1 — Strat 200, Las Vegas () From Page 1B Ariz. (Kyle Busch) Sunday, Nov. 10 — MENCS race, Avondale, Ariz. Beach, Fla. Saturday, March 23 — TruNorth Global 250, Martins- Sunday, March 17 — Auto Club 400, Fontana, Calif. Sunday, Nov. 17 — Ford EcoBoost 400, Homestead, Friday, July 12 — Alsco 300, Sparta, Ky. ville, Va. (Kyle Busch) The Americans have played (Kyle Busch) Fla. Saturday, July 20 — Lakes Region 200, Loudon, N.H. Friday, March 29 — , Fort Worth, Texas the French 23 times, with France Sunday, March 24 — STP 500, Martinsville, Va. (Brad x-non-points race Saturday, July 27 — U.S. Cellular 250, Newton, Iowa (Kyle Busch) Keselowski) Points Leaders Saturday, Aug. 3 — Zippo 200 at The Glen, Watkins Friday, May 3 — JEGS 200, Dover, Del. (Johnny winning just three. But the last Sunday, March 31 — O’Reilly Auto Parts 500, Fort Through June 23 Glen, N.Y. Sauter) Worth, Texas (Denny Hamlin) 1. Joey Logano, 643 Saturday, Aug. 10 — B&L Transport 170 at Mid-Ohio, Friday, May 10 — Digital Ally 250, Kansas City, Kan. three matches have tilted to- Sunday, April 7 — Food City 500, Bristol, Tenn. (Kyle 2. Kyle Busch, 642 Lexington, Ohio () ward France, with two wins and Busch) 3. Kevin Harvick, 573 Friday, Aug. 16 — Food City 300, Bristol, Tenn. Friday, May 17 — North Carolina Education Lottery Saturday, April 13 — Owners 400, Richmond, 4. Brad Keselowski, 569 Saturday, Aug. 24 — CTECH Manufacturing 180, 200, Concord, N.C. (Kyle Busch) a draw. The last meeting was a Va. (Martin Truex Jr.) 5. Martin Truex Jr., 543 Elkhart Lake, Wis. Friday, June 7 — 400, Fort Worth, friendly in January, when Kadid- Sunday, April 28 — Geico 500, Talladega, Ala. (Chase 6. Denny Hamlin, 542 Saturday, Aug. 31 — Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200, Texas (Greg Biffl e) Elliott) 7. , 535 Darlington, S.C. Sunday, June 16 — M&M’s 200, Newton, Iowa (Brett iatou Diani — who wasn’t named Monday, May 6 — Gander RV 400, Dover, Del. (Martin 8. , 509 Saturday, Sept. 7 — Indiana 250, Indianapolis Moffi tt) to France’s World Cup roster — Truex Jr.) 9. , 468 Saturday, Sept. 14 — D.C. Solar 300, Las Vegas Saturday, June 22 — CarShield 200, Madison, Ill. Saturday, May 11 — Digital Ally 400, Kansas City, Kan. 10. , 460 Friday, Sept. 20 — GoBowling 250, Richmond, Va. (Ross Chastain) scored twice in a 3-1 victory. (Brad Keselowski) 11. , 460 Saturday, Sept. 28 — Drive for the Cure 200, Concord, Friday, June 28 — 225, Joliet, Ill. Saturday, May 18 — x-Monster Energy Open, Con- 12. , 430 N.C. Thursday, July 11 — Buckle Up In Your Truck 225, “It’s impossible to have any cord, N.C. () 13. Daniel Suarez, 421 Saturday, Oct. 5 — NXS race, Dover, Del. Sparta, Ky. pressure. Quite the opposite, in Saturday, May 18 — x-Monster Energy All-Star Race, 14. William Byron, 419 Saturday, Oct. 19 — Kansas Lottery 300, Kansas City, Saturday, July 27 — Gander RV 150, Long Pond, Pa. Concord, N.C. (Kyle Larson) 15. Kyle Larson, 408 Kan. Thursday, Aug. 1 — , Rossburg, Ohio fact. It’s additional motivation Sunday, May 26 — Coca-Cola 600, Concord, N.C. 16. Ryan Newman, 391 Saturday, Nov. 2 — O’Reilly Auto Parts 300, Fort Saturday, Aug. 10 — Corrigan Oil 200, Brooklyn, Mich. for us. We’re coming up against (Martin Truex Jr.) 17. Jimmie Johnson, 390 Worth, Texas Thursday, Aug. 15 — UNOH 200, Bristol, Tenn. Sunday, June 2 — Pocono 400, Long Pond, Pa. (Kyle 18. , 386 Saturday, Nov. 9 — Desert Diamond West Valley Sunday, Aug. 25 — Silverado 250, Bowman- the best team in the world. So the Busch) 19. , 353 Casino 200, Avondale, Ariz. ville, Ontario only pressure we have is to have a Monday, June 10 — FireKeepers Casino 400, Brook- 20. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., 348 Saturday, Nov. 16 — Ford EcoBoost 300, Homestead, Friday, Sept. 13 — , Las Vegas lyn, Mich. (Joey Logano) Fla. Saturday, Oct. 12 — Sugarlands Shine 250, Talladega, good performance,” Diacre said. Sunday, June 23 — Toyota/Save Mart 350, Sonoma, XFINITY SCHEDULE AND STANDINGS Points Leaders Ala. Calif. (Martin Truex Jr.) Saturday, Feb. 16 — NASCAR Racing Experience Through June 16 Saturday, Oct. 26 — NGOTS race, Martinsville, Va. The game Friday night doesn’t Sunday, June 30 — Camping World 400, Joliet, Ill. 300, Daytona Beach, Fla. () 1. , 649 Friday, Nov. 8 — 150, Avondale, Ariz. come without controversy for the Saturday, July 6 — Coke Zero Sugar 400, Daytona Saturday, Feb. 23 — Rinnai 250, Hampton, Ga. 2. Christopher Bell, 598 Friday, Nov. 15 — Ford EcoBoost 200, Homestead, Beach, Fla. (Christopher Bell) 3. , 563 Fla. U.S. team, which often fi nds it- Saturday, July 13 — Quaker State 400, Sparta, Ky. Saturday, March 2 — Boyd Gaming 300, Las Vegas 4. , 527 Points Leaders self the center of attention. Sunday, July 21 — Foxwoods Resort Casino 301, (Kyle Busch) 5. , 522 Through June 22 Loudon, N.H. Saturday, March 9 — iK9 Service Dog 200, Avondale, 6. , 470 1. Grant Enfi nger, 480 Rapinoe was caught on video Sunday, July 28 — Gander RV 400, Long Pond, Pa. Ariz. (Kyle Busch) 7. , 463 2. , 426 earlier this year using an exple- Sunday, Aug. 4 — Go Bowling at The Glen, Watkins Saturday, March 16 — Production Alliance Group 300, 8. , 461 3. , 421 Glen, N.Y. Fontana, Calif. (Cole Custer) 9. Michael Annett, 439 4. Ben Rhodes, 417 tive in explaining that she would Sunday, Aug. 11 — Consumers Energy 400, Brooklyn, Saturday, March 30 — My Bariatric Solutions 300, Fort 10. Justin Haley, 424 5. Brett Moffi tt, 411 Mich. Worth, Texas (Kyle Busch) 11. , 387 6. , 364 not visit the White House if the Saturday, Aug. 17 — Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Saturday, April 6 — Alsco 300, Bristol, Tenn. (Chris- 12. Brandon Jones, 382 7. , 361 team wins the World Cup. It got Race, Bristol, Tenn. topher Bell) 13. , 291 8. , 333 Sunday, Sept. 1 — Bogangles’ Southern 500, Darling- Friday, April 12 — ToyotaCare 250, Richmond, Va. 14. Brandon Brown, 262 9. , 333 the attention of President Donald ton, S.C. (Cole Custer) 15. Jeremy Clements, 247 10. , 326 Trump, who called her out on so- Sunday, Sept. 8 — Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Saturday, April 27 — MoneyLion 300, Talladega, Ala. 16. Josh Williams, 215 11. , 224 Brickyard, Indianapolis (Tyler Reddick) 17. Ray Black Jr., 209 12. , 205 cial media. Sunday, Sept. 15 — South Point 400, Las Vegas Saturday, May 4 — Allied Steel Buildings 200, Dover, 18. , 209 13. Jordan Anderson, 198 On Thursday, the day before Saturday, Sept. 21 — Federated Auto Parts 400, Del. (Christopher Bell) 19. David Starr, 183 14. , 197 Richmond, Va. Saturday, May 25 — Alsco 300, Concord, N.C. (Tyler 20. B.J. McLeod, 182 15. , 171 the match, she said she stood by Sunday, Sept. 29 — Bank of American ROVAL 400, Reddick) 16. , 171 Saturday, June 1 — Pocono Green 250, Long Pond, Concord, N.C. ANDER UTDOORS RUCK 17. , 169 her comments, except the coarse Sunday, Oct. 6 — MENCS race, Dover, Del. Pa. (Cole Custer) G O T 18. , 127 language. She even suggested the Sunday, Oct. 13 — 500, Talladega, Saturday, June 8 — LTi Printing 250, Brooklyn, Mich. SCHEDULE AND STANDINGS 19. , 127 Ala. (Tyler Reddick) Friday, Feb. 15 — NextEra Energy 250, Daytona 20. , 126 uproar might help her team. Sunday, Oct. 20 — Hollywood Casino 400, Kansas Sunday, June 16 — 250, Newton, Iowa Beach, Fla. (Austin Hill) “I think, if anything, it just City, Kan. (Christopher Bell) Saturday, Feb. 23 — Atlanta 200, Hampton, Ga. (Kyle Saturday, June 29 — Camping World 300, Joliet, Ill. fi res everybody up a little bit Sunday, Oct. 27 — First Data 500, Martinsville, Va. Busch) more,” she said.

“We’d been to the World Se- FSU will be one of the top during a trip to Oklahoma City ries before, and we were able teams in 2020 and for the fore- to watch FSU during its 2018 Alameda to get over the hump and make seeable future. run, which culminated with a that happen. As a proud coach It’s always tough to break two-game sweep of Washing- From Page 1B of the program, it’s been many through to win a national ton in the finals. But she’s also As far as mentors go, Nelson years and many people to be a championship. gotten to see the program’s could do a lot worse. Not only part of that. It was just a surreal One needs only to look at success up close and personal, does Alameda have a national moment.” Alameda’s longtime baseball trekking to Tallahassee twice title to her name but also she Following the 2018 cham- counterpart in Tallahassee to to watch Alameda work direct- coached USSSA Pride from pionship, which saw the Sem- see that. ly with her team. 2016-17, leading the team to inoles become just the third Arguably the most success- “It was very heat,” Nelson consecutive runner-up finishes team ever to overcome an ful college baseball coach in said of her visits. “It was hands- in . opening-round loss at the history, Mike Martin retired on. I got to be in the cages with Alameda has been at Flori- World Series, Alameda knew earlier this month after a 17th them, on the field with them. da State since 2009, following attempting to defend the title trip to the College World Series The girls are just so welcom- a five-year stint as head coach this past spring would be dif- in his career. Martin won more ing. … The players took me in of UNLV and eight seasons as ficult. However, FSU got off than 2,000 games with FSU — as much as she did. They’re an an assistant at Stanford. In that to an even better start than the never fewer than 40 in a sea- extension of her. I was able to span, she has led the FSU pro- year prior. son for 40 straight years — but just jump right in and see the gram to the postseason every In 2018, the team held a 12-6 never won a title in Omaha. culture that they have there. year. record at one point. A year lat- Even still, the Seminoles base- Watch them practice, watch Since 2013, the Seminoles er, the Seminoles ran off 22 ball program proved to be the them get after it, watch them have never been eliminated straight victories to open the most consistent program in the have honest conversations with prior to the Super Regionals season. country, because of the stan- each other. stage. Alameda guided FSU Despite hitting some bumps dard Martin set for his players. “Through those conversa- to the Women’s College World in ACC play, FSU picked up Just the second softball tions, they’re able to grow as Series twice before winning it a sixth straight conference coach in FSU history, Alameda people and then together as a all in her third trip. tournament championship. has likewise set an expectation softball team. That was awe- “Just like these camps, it was But after going undefeated in of excellence in Tallahassee. some to see and actually take just so cool to see your kids the Tallahassee Regional, the Hired into the unenviable spot away from it, and say, ‘How put everything into it and learn Seminoles dropped two out of of replacing a legend, Alameda can I create that for our pro- from moments,” Alameda said three games to Oklahoma State has managed to continue the gram here?’” of winning the NCAA title. in the supers at home, ending tradition started by predeces- In a reciprocation of her trips their repeat bid. sor JoAnne Graf, who led the to the Florida Panhandle, Nel- “I’ve talked to a lot of coach- Seminoles program from its son said that she was hosting Ready to Experience ... es that had won championships, 1979 inception until her 2008 Alameda and Robin Ahrberg, and everyone had a little bit retirement. a former FSU player who also The Best in Auto Repair! different story,” Alameda said. “I think you have to have helped work the camp. 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