Dupont, IN—According to Jefferson County Sherriff David W. Thomas, Tuesday evening Jefferson County Central Dispatch received reports of an altercation where a firearm was alleged to have been discharged on West Main Street in Dupont. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to investigate the incident.No individuals were injured during the altercation nor was there any property damaged or reported in the area. The scene was processed by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and evidence was collected at two locations. The investigation is still currently active. Madison Police Department assisted with the investigation near the County/City line where an individual possibly involved in the matter was located and interrogated.Anyone with information related to this investigation should contact Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office at 812-265-2648 and request to speak with an on-duty deputy.
Favored to win it all again, Team USA opened on Aug. 29 by shutting out South Africa 11-0 and defeating Chinese Taipei 8-1 a day later.It was against Chinese Taipei that Savacool made his tournament debut. Pitching 2 1/3 innings in relief of starter Max Rajcic, Savacool was superb, not surrendering a run despite allowing three walks and a hit.Savacool made only one brief appearance in the six games that followed. As that happened, Team USA took its only loss of the preliminary round 16-7 to Japan on Sept. 1. but rebounded with a six-run seventh-inning to defeat Spain 8-3 two days later and then topped Panama 5-3. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Team USA finished second in Group B, advancing to the World Cup’s “Super Round” where the top two finishers would advance to the championship game.Nearly tripping up against Australia, Team USA pulled it out 2-1 on Sept. 4, claiming the victory on Drew Romo’s game-winning single with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning.A 10-0 romp over Canada followed with Team USA pitcher Ben Hernandez tossing a complete-game shutout, only allowing five hits. Then, against host South Korea, the Americans trailed 5-0 after two innings, but rallied to win 8-5 and put itself in the gold-medal game on Sept. 8.It turned out to be a rematch with Chinese Taipei, who was far tougher the second time around, using single runs in the second and fifth innings to grab a 2-0 advantage.That’s where it stood in the top of the ninth when Savacool entered the game, the fourth Team USA pitcher of the night. As it turned out, Savacool faced just one batter and struck him out.In the bottom of the ninth, Team USA threatened to win the title, scoring a run and putting the tying and winning runs on base with two out. But Chinese Taipei pitcher Po You Chen recorded the final out.Now Savacool returns to Baldwinsville for his senior year at Baker High School. He has verbally committed to attend the University of Maryland in the fall of 2020. Tags: Baldwinsvillejason savacool Jason Savacool took to the mound in the ninth inning of the championship game of the World Baseball-Softball Consideration Under-18 Baseball World Cup in Gijang City, South Korea.It was a long way from Baldwinsville.A summer full of camps, tournaments and extraordinary opportunities for Savacool culminated with his appearance on at the U-18 World Cup, where Team USA could not quite pull off a fifth consecutive championship in the biennial tournament.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Kevyn Scott is one of the leaders in the Syracuse secondary.The SU cornerback was named the defensive captain before the season, and he keyed the Orange’s season-opening win against Wake Forest by intercepting a pass in the fourth quarter.Scott also made an interception in the end zone in overtime against Toledo, allowing the Orange offense to kick a game-winning field goal on its overtime possession.The senior cornerback talked to The Daily Orange on Monday about slowing down South Florida star quarterback B.J. Daniels and the rest of the Bulls offense.The Daily Orange: South Florida, like you guys, has had a tough start to the Big East season, but they have a lot of talent on that team. Have you guys seen that on film?AdvertisementThis is placeholder textScott: Oh, yeah. We started watching film today. They do have a lot of offensive weapons on the field. They’re kind of in the same boat that we’re in, trying to get going in the Big East. It’s going to be a tough matchup for us.B.J. Daniels obviously is their star at quarterback. What does he do that makes him such a tough matchup for defenses?He rolls around in the pocket and he buys time. He’s an offensive threat because at any time he could take off and run with the ball or he could throw it. He has a great arm on him, and he has a good pair of legs as far as taking off and running the ball.You guys have played a couple of running quarterbacks already. How much is that going to help going into this game against Daniels?It’s going to help us a lot. And the fact that we’ve been playing against him year in, year out, so we know his style, we know what he likes to do. We know that he likes to take off, so we’re going to put some of the game plan in especially for him.Connecticut had a big day running the ball against you guys last week. Have you added an extra emphasis on stopping the run this week?That’s what our defense is all about: trying to stop the run. Just, unfortunately, last week, we didn’t stop it as well as we wanted to. But this week, we’re just going to try to execute our defense because we’re a run-stopping defense.What kind of stuff have you seen from their receivers and do any of them really stand out to you guys in the secondary?Their leading guy (Sterling Griffin) got hurt. He was good, but Evan Landi and also A.J. Love, he’s an older guy, he’s been around, but most of them are going to run solid routes, and they’re going to make plays when needed.But they’re not quite on the same level, though, as some of the other top-notch receivers you’ve seen this year?Compared to what we’ve played this year, we’ve played some of the best. I don’t see them on that level, but still, I give them a lot of credit because they’re still good receivers. I don’t see them drop any balls, and they run their routes to precision.This bowl eligibility thing has been creeping there for a couple of weeks now. What would it be like for you guys to get that sixth win in the Dome and be able to celebrate here as opposed to last year when you were at Rutgers?It’ll be great. That’s what we’re trying to do is just get this sixth win because right now, that’s what we’re trying to do — trying to make a [email protected] Published on November 10, 2011 at 12:00 pm
Asamoah Gyan has been named as the stand-in captain for the Black Stars against Malawi on Saturday.The Al-Ain striker will lead Ghana in the first leg fixture of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against the Flames at the Accra Sports Stadium.Gyan will read a FIFA Fair-Play message before the start of the first leg match which kicks off at 15:30GMT.