* Iloilo province – 16 The COVID-19 cases per area were asfollows: Eight of the 45 confirmed cases havealready successfully recovered, according to DOH-6, while seven died. The three persons who tested positivefor the virus were all from Caluya, Antique, according to the Department ofHealth (DOH) Region 6 in COVID-19 Case Bulletin No. 22 released on Friday. They were natives of Cebu City butworking at the Semirara Mining and Power Corp. (SMPC) in Semirara Island. The latest to recover (just yesterday,April 17) from COVID-19 was a resident of Guimbal – a 51-year-old female (theregion’s Patient No. 18). Dr. Ma. Sophia Pulmones, head ofDOH-6’s Local Health Support Division, reminded Western Visayans to observequarantine, and that meant not leaving the house to curb the virustransmission. Patient No. 35 is also confined at thehospital in Semirara./PN * region’s Patient No. 44 –59-year-old-male The Western Visayas Medical Centersub-national laboratory has released the results of the tests it conducted on140 specimens from suspected and probable cases; 137 were negative forSARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-9. * region’s Patient No. 43 –45-year-old-male ILOILO City – There are now 45confirmed cases of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Western Visayas. The island province of Guimarasremains free from the COVID-19. * Iloilo City – five These droplets also landon objects and surfaces around the person. Other people then catch COVID-19 bytouching these objects or surfaces, then touching their eyes, nose or mouth. Some patients may haveaches and pains, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat or diarrhea. Thesesymptoms are usually mild and begin gradually. Some people become infected butdon’t develop any symptoms and don’t feel unwell. People can catch COVID-19from others who have the virus. The disease can spread from person to personthrough small droplets from the nose or mouth which are spread when a personwith COVID-19 coughs or exhales. Of the 45 confirmed cases, 13 wereconfined in hospitals while 14 were on home quarantine. Three others were on“facility-based” quarantine (identified by their respective local governmentunits). They had close contact with Antique’sfirst confirmed case of COVID-19 – a 74-year-old male who became the region’sPatient No. 35 and also connected with SMPC, said Pulmones. All three of them were asymptomaticand being isolated at a hospital in Semirara Island, Caluya. As to the three new COVID-19 casesfrom Caluya, Antique, Pulmones said they were the following: * Aklan – six * Antique – five * Negros Occidental – one * region’s Patient No. 45 –65-year-old male * Bacolod City – seven The most common symptomsof COVID-19 are fever, tiredness, and dry cough. * Capiz – five
Of the 15 new cases, only one was from this city – a 22-year-old female (Patient No. 413) from Lapuz district. “Sa gihapon ginapahanumdom naton ang mga pumoluyo nga i-observe ang minimum health standards para malikawan nga paglapta sang virus,” said DOH-6 epidemiologist Dr. Glen Alonsabe. ILOILO City – With 15 more locally stranded individuals (LSIs) positive for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) yesterday, Western Visayas’ cases surged to 427. * 35-year-old male from Balasan, Iloilo (Patient No. 123)* 24-year-old male from Escalante Negros Occidental (Patient No. 212)* 26-year-old male from Escalante, Negros Occidental (Patient No. 213)* 20-year-old male from Escalante City, Negros Occidental (Patient No. 219)* 16-year-old- male from Dumangas, Iloilo (Patient No. 276)* 51-year-old male from Nueva Valencia, Guimaras (Patient No. 297)With 159 recovered patients and 11 deaths, Western Visayas’ active cases stood at 257 as of yesterday. * 31-year-old male from Bago City (Patient No. 414)* 33-year-old male from Bago City (Patient No. 415)* 23-year-old male from Binalbagan (Patient No. 416)* 36-year-old female from Hinoba-an (Patient No. 417)* 25-year-old male from Binalbagan (Patient No. 418)* 21-year-old male from Binalbagan (Patient No. 419)* 21-year-old male from Himamaylan (Patient No. 420)* 25-year-old male from Himamalyan (Patient No. 421)* 24-year-old male from Victorias City (Patient No. 422)* 35-year-old male from Escalante City (Patient No. 423)* 20-year-old male from Escalante City (Patient No. 424)* 32-year-old male from Himamaylan (Patient No. 425)* 24-year-old male from Himamaylan (Patient No. 426)* 21-year-old male from Toboso (Patient No. 427)All these 15 new cases were asymptomatic and being quarantined.DOH-6 also reported that six more patients recovered, bring the total number of cases that overcame the disease to 159. These were the following: The region breached the 400 mark on July 8 – 412 cases from July 7’s 395 cases, data from the Department of Health (DOH) Region 6 showed. The 14 others were from Negros Occidental cities and towns. They were the following: Here’s the breakdown of the 427 cases – Aklan, six; Antique, 15; Capiz, six; Guimaras, zero; Iloilo province, 41; Negros Occidental, seven; Bacolod City, 11; Iloilo City, 36; and repatriates, 305. What are these minimum health standards? These are the wearing of facemask, physical distancing and washing of hands with soap and water./PN
Read Also: Iheanacho faces Leicester exit as Foxes hunt for suitors Wolves entertain Greek champions Olympiakos on Thursday having drawn 1-1 in the first leg of their last-16 tie. Their campaign started more than a year ago now, with a 2-0 win over Northern Irish side Crusaders in the second qualifying round on July 25, 2019. Extending it by another couple of weeks would do them no harm. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… UEFA also recently insisted it was “confident” there would be no more delays despite cases of coronavirus emerging among players at Real Madrid and Sevilla. It is, in any case, now or never. Indeed, the preliminary round of next season’s Champions League begins next Saturday, the same day Bayern Munich entertain Chelsea and Napoli visit Barcelona in their outstanding last 16 second legs. Before that, Manchester City defend a 2-1 first-leg lead at home against Real on Friday as Pep Guardiola’s side target Champions League glory on the back of the club’s success at getting a two-year ban from the competition overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. The winner of that tie will face Juventus or Lyon in the quarter-finals in Lisbon. Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City face Real Madrid on Friday looking to clinch a place in the quarter-finals, fresh from having their two-year ban from the Champions League overturned – Wolves’ longest year – It is the Europa League which is first up, though, with the last 16 being completed on Wednesday and Thursday. Wolverhampton Wanderers’ coach Nuno Espirito Santo is targeting a place in the Europa League ‘Final Eight’.Their season started more than a year ago now Two ties – Inter Milan against Getafe and Sevilla against Roma – will go ahead as one-off ties in Germany as the first legs were never played. Six second legs will also be played with the winners heading to Germany for the last eight. Among the ties to be completed is Manchester United’s against Austrian side LASK, which will be a formality for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team after they won 5-0 in the first leg in March. Their form since the Premier League resumed in mid-June has been excellent and they have already sealed a place in the 2020-21 Champions League, but now they want to finish this never-ending season with a trophy. “Now our focus is on the Europa League because this is a really good trophy and we want to win,” Bruno Fernandes told MUTV. “I came to Manchester to win trophies. We need to play every game to win. If we go into the Europa League and win every game, we know we’ll win the trophy.” United, Europa League winners in 2017, could yet find themselves facing Premier League rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers in the semi-finals in Cologne on August 16 should both teams get there. The UEFA Champions League and Europa League are set to restart this week after an enforced hiatus of almost five months.. This move will allow the Europe’s soccer governing body, UEFA, clear up the last remaining games in a troubled season. Both competitions were frozen in March as the coronavirus pandemic took hold across the continent, and while European football’s governing body acted swiftly to move Euro 2020 back a year, for a long time it was unclear how it would manage to complete its two landmark club competitions. UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin In the end the solution was to set up two mini tournaments bringing all teams together in one place from the quarter-finals onwards, with all ties being decided in one-off matches behind closed doors. And so the Champions League will move to Lisbon for the ‘Final Eight’ starting on August 12 and ending with the final at Benfica’s Estadio da Luz on August 23. The Europa League, meanwhile, will be played to a conclusion at a series of venues in western Germany, with the last eight beginning on August 10 and the final in Cologne on August 21. “I believed it from the first moment,” said the UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin recently when asked if he ever doubted it would be possible to play the tournaments to a conclusion. “You should always be optimistic, and if something like this crisis happens, you must have a plan ready. “At the present time, we will be playing matches without spectators until further notice. We will not take any risks.” There is, though, no question of further changes being made to the formats despite concerns about an increase in Covid-19 cases in and around Lisbon, and more recent worries in Germany about a rise in cases there. 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Newly-appointed head coach Mauricio Pochettino has promised to bring attacking football to Tottenham after agreeing a five-year deal that leaves Southampton needing a new manager. In just 16 months at the St Mary’s helm, the former Argentina international was transformed from a relative unknown in England to one of the hottest managerial prospects around. Utilising a squad comprised of home-grown talent and intelligent acquisitions, Pochettino led Saints to their best-ever Barclays Premier League finish last term, with his possession-based, attacking philosophy impressing onlookers. One of those was clearly Levy, who on Tuesday handed the 42-year-old a deal until 2019 and declared the new head coach would “embrace the style of play we associate with our club”. “This is a club with tremendous history and prestige and I am honoured to have been given this opportunity to be its head coach,” Pochettino told Tottenham’s official website, www.tottenhamhotspur.com. “There is an abundance of top-class talent at the club and I am looking forward to starting work with the squad. “Tottenham Hotspur has a huge following across the world and I have great admiration for the passion the fans show for this team. “We are determined to give the supporters the kind of attacking football and success that we are all looking to achieve.” Levy – who earlier this month got rid of Sherwood after six months in charge – believes his new man can deliver the goods. Pochettino is the man Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has called upon to deliver Champions League football to his club, hoping he will succeed where Andre Villas-Boas and Tim Sherwood both failed. All the signs are that Pochettino could be up to the job. “In Mauricio I believe we have a head coach who, with his high energy, attacking football, will embrace the style of play we associate with our club,” he said. “He has a proven ability to develop each player as an individual, whilst building great team spirit and a winning mentality. “We have a talented squad that Mauricio is excited to be coaching next season.” Pochettino had a year remaining on his deal at St Mary’s and has taken with him assistant manager Jesus Perez, first-team coach Miguel D’Agostino and goalkeeping coach Toni Jimenez. Those departures leave Saints facing a rebuilding job this summer, exacerbated by the fact vultures are preparing to swoop for many of their players. Highly-rated teenager Luke Shaw and playmaker Adam Lallana have attracted interest from Manchester United and Liverpool respectively, while Dejan Lovren, Calum Chambers and Jay Rodriguez have also been linked with a move away. Last month executive director Les Reed said the club’s intention was to keep their star players but Pochettino’s exit will make that harder. Malky Mackay, Steve McClaren, Murat Yakin and Michael Laudrup are amongst the early frontrunners to replace Pochettino, with Saints chairman Ralph Krueger pledging to find a replacement to keep the club going in an upward trajectory. “The club has been on a constant path of growth since the arrival of Markus Liebherr in 2009,” he said in a statement on www.saintsfc.co.uk. “This growth took place before Mauricio came, it continued strongly under his leadership, and it will continue into the next season. “The board’s job is to find opportunity in this challenge and to continue to move the club forward. “We have begun the search for a new high-calibre manager. We will be looking for a manager that shares our values, our principles and our philosophy. “A manager who can continue to grow the first-team and build on our strong foundation – a foundation led by an ambitious vision and plan that continues to build on our world-class academy, our amazing 129-year heritage and our excellent staff, and rewards our loyal and passionate fan base.” Press Association
Ruby Walsh has sprung a minor surprise by opting to ride On His Own over Boston Bob in Sunday’s Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown. Press Association Bookmakers were forced to adjust their odds for the two Willie Mullins-trained runners when Walsh’s name appeared next to the 11-year-old. However, it probably should not have been seen as a shock, as On His Own could be considered a most unlucky Gold Cup runner-up and proved he still had what it takes at the highest level when second in the Lexus to Road To Riches. John Kiely’s Carlingford Lough has just his second start of the season having run an encouraging race in the Lexus when fifth. Frank Berry, racing manager to owner JP McManus, said: “He ran very well in the Lexus and he came out of the race in very good order. John Kiely is very happy with him so we’ll just see how he gets on. “He’s got a bit to find with a few of them that ran in the Lexus, though. He’s probably got it all to do. He might be able to find a couple of lengths but to be honest he was pretty straight going into the Lexus, he’s not had any hold-ups. “If we keep our fingers crossed then you never know what might happen. Hopefully all will go well and he will improve a bit. If he does you’d like to think he’d be fighting it out.” Foxrock arrives in good form having won a valuable handicap for Ted Walsh. ” He’s gone up to 158, there’s not a lot of options for him other than those sort of races,” Walsh said. “It was either this or go to the Bobbyjo at Fairyhouse in a couple of weeks, but Barry (Connell, owner) only lives down the road and you might only get one crack at running in a Hennessy. “He’s entitled to run in it and whether he’s good enough to be in the shake-up, only time will tell. He ran well at Christmas, and as a young horse he was placed in a Grade One. He likes Leopardstown, it’s a great track, one of the finest in the world, very few don’t handle it.” First Lieutenant, the veteran of many big races, runs for Mouse Morris, and his jockey Bryan Cooper expects Carlingford Lough to prove hard to beat. “It looks a wide-open race and the drying ground will be a big help to my fella,” Cooper wrote in his blog for Racing FX. “Whenever he gets decent ground he performs well and I didn’t think he ran that bad in the Lexus, especially seeing as Mouse’s horses weren’t firing at the time. “The one I think we all have to beat, though, is Carlingford Lough. He ran an absolute cracker in the Lexus on his first start of the season. He looks like the dark one in the field for me.” Boston Bob has historically come into his own at this time of year and has some four lengths to make up on his stablemate from their Christmas run. Both horses are owned by Graham Wylie. “There wasn’t a whole pile between them at Christmas, On His Own shaded it,” Walsh told Racing UK. “It’s a competitive race, it should be, and with the exception of Road To Riches and Bobs Worth it will be much the same field that ran in the Lexus with one or two more thrown in.” Mullins expects Boston Bob to strip a bit fitter. “On His Own ran a fantastic race (in the Lexus). I’m really looking forward to him,” he told At The Races. “Boston Bob comes better in the spring and will be a lot straighter than he was in the Lexus, I think, and with the prevailing forecast, drying ground will suit him a lot better.” On not bidding for a third win in the Thyestes with On His Own, Mullins said: “I looked at his run in the Lexus and I thought we have double the prize-money at level weights (in the Hennessy), instead of carrying top weight in the Thyestes. “Then we had Djakadam for the Thyestes and if he was as nicely handicapped as we thought, even carrying top weight, I thought he had to have his chance there.”
“Of course. Knowing that Tottenham had beaten Manchester City made the whole league very tight,” he said. “Two weeks ago we had Manchester City playing West Ham at home so you would expect them to make the difference.” Vardy scored a late consolation and also hit the woodwork twice in the first half and has now scored six goals this season, one more than he did last year. And Ranieri refused to be downbeat following the Foxes’ first defeat of the season. He said: “I think we are sad because we wanted to continue to be unbeaten. It’s important to learn something but now the reaction is important in the next match. “They showed the maximum character. I understand it’s difficult to play a team who use one or two touches. It’s impossible, when you go to press they move the ball very quickly. “The quality of the Arsenal players is a very high level. We tried to do our best and created good chances, some were unlucky, (Petr) Cech made a good save and it’s important how we react in the next match.” Arsene Wenger labelled Alexis Sanchez world class and warned he is back to his best after his Arsenal treble gunned down Leicester. They had to come from behind at the King Power Stadium after Jamie Vardy’s opener but Wenger believes Sanchez, who scored his first Arsenal goals since last season’s FA Cup final, showed why he is world class. He said: “I think he is. I think I have plenty of players who are world class but you always have to understand what the definition of that is. “Overall he is a striker who is mobile and works hard for the team and when the team plays well he can score goals. “He is back to his level. He won a big competition with Chile – the Copa America – and to adjust again to a competitive level when you come back takes some time. “We could see in training already a different player in the last week or two. “He showed that in this game and overall I thought we always looked dangerous going forwards.” Beaten Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri added: “It’s fantastic, I’ve known him (Sanchez) since he played in Italy, when he plays at this level he is an amazing player and can do everything. The ball and him are both together.” Manchester City’s 4-1 defeat at Tottenham earlier in the day allowed Arsenal to close the gap at the top and Wenger admitted the title race is wide open. Press Association The forward scored a classy hat-trick as the Gunners ended Leicester’s unbeaten start to the Barclays Premier League season. Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud also netted to clinch a 5-2 win and Arsenal are now just three points behind new leaders Manchester United – who they host next Sunday.
Nottingham Forest have completed the signing of Jonathan Greening from Fulham for an undisclosed fee.Greening, 32, has signed a three-year contract at the City Ground after two seasons in west London.He has been reunited with recently-appointed Forest manager Steve McClaren, who worked with the midfielder at Manchester United and Middlesbrough.AdChoices广告After leaving Boro, Greening spent six years with West Brom before joining Fulham on a season-long loan in 2009.He was part of the Cottagers side that reached the Europa League final in 2010, after which he joined on a permanent deal.But Greening later lost his first-team place, and started only seven matches last term.
MEGAN Schutt has made history with a one-day international hat-trick as Australia women claimed an ODI clean sweep against the West Indies in Antigua.Schutt became the first Australian woman to take an ODI hat-trick when she cleaned up the Windies tail with three wickets from the final three balls of the innings.Needing 181 for a 3-0 series sweep, the tourists were well on track in the chase with a 27-ball half-century from Alyssa Healy before Meg Lanning (58 n.o.) and Ellye Perry(33 n.o.) saw Australia home with eight wickets in hand in the 32nd over.It stretched the No.1 ranked Australian’s ODI winning streak to 15 matches, as Meg Lanning’s team completed a fifth-straight unblemished series.Schutt’s hat-trick, her second in international cricket, was the icing on the cake of another strong bowling display from Australia, who were sent into the field after captain Lanning – who returned to the XI after missing the second ODI due to back spasms – lost the toss.Healy’s outstanding series continued when she struck a rapid-fire 61 from 32 deliveries, to finish with 241 runs at 80.33 across the three matches.Her whirlwind knock featured 11 fours and one six and while her departure in the eighth over brought temporary relief for the West Indian attack – as did the departure of opener Rachael Haynes for 19 – Lanning and Perry ensured the result was never in doubt.Lanning’s 13th ODI half-century also saw her bring up a special slice of history, with her 47th run taking her to 6 222 runs across all international formats, surpassing Karen Rolton to become Australia’s greatest female run-scorer.Earlier, Perry took just four deliveries to strike with the ball, becoming just the second Australian woman to take 150 ODI wickets when Reniece Boyce departed for one.Slow and steady was the approach taken by West Indian pair Kyshona Knight and Britney Cooper in the face of a disciplined start from Schutt and Perry, with just 18 runs scored from the first 10 overs.Knight looked the more comfortable at the crease while batting partner Cooper – a late addition to the squad in place of the injured Kycia Knight – battled her way to 16 from 51 deliveries before being undone by the leg-spin of Georgia Wareham in the 17th over.West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor joined Knight as the pair put on 41 for the third wicket to frustrate the Australian attack, but the introduction of left-arm spinner Jess Jonassen reaped immediate rewards – Knight bowled for a 72-ball 40.The hosts were relying on Taylor – their most decorated one-day player with more than 4 500 runs and five centuries to her name – to bat through the innings, but she managed just 23 runs from 50 deliveries when she holed out off the bowling of Ashleigh Gardner.In just her second international match, it was again No.8 Sheneta Grimmond who showed up her top-order with an aggressive display, dispatching Wareham over the boundary twice during a 24-ball 34.She put on 64 for the seventh wicket with Chinelle Henry (39 off 58) before being bowled by Jonassen, lifting the West Indian total towards 200.But their hopes of reaching that milestone were thwarted with a superb final over from Schutt, who took three wickets with her final three deliveries to become the first woman to claim two hat-tricks in international cricket.The Australian spearhead had bowled well without reward through her first 9.3 overs before striking the triple blow to have the hosts bowled out for 180.First, she bowled aggressive all-rounder Henry for 39 with a slower delivery, before a canny change in the field – placing fielders on the ropes at long on and long off – achieved the immediate result when Karishma Ramharack plucked out Perry on the boundary next ball.With one delivery remaining in the innings, Schutt again produced a slower ball to deceive Afy Fletcher and strike the top of off stump.Her efforts were backed up by those of Jonassen, who finished with the superb figures of 2-8 from 7 overs, including two maidens.With the one-day internationals done and dusted, the Australian and West Indian squads will fly to Barbados today where the first T20I will be played on Saturday at 19:00hrs local time (09:00hrs Sunday AEST).Twenty20 InternationalsSeptember 14: First T20I, Kensington Oval, BarbadosSeptember 16: Second T20I, Kensington Oval, BarbadosSeptember 18: Third T20I, Kensington Oval, Barbados
Luckily for Desko, his longstick midfielder knows his way around the offensive end as well. Back of the net. Nine seconds after the Blue Jays’ goal. Momentum, and game, back in hand. Fittingly, the game was finally sealed when the Orange’s offensive balance truly came full circle. The Blue Jays crept to within just two at 9-7. Enter junior longstick midfielder Joel White — best known for locking down star JHU midfielder Michael Kimmel Saturday — to the offensive fracas. But that cushion almost vanished as the second half went on. The Blue Jays took advantage of their possessions and showcased a vaunted offensive attack of their own, with senior Steven Boyle adding two goals and leading a charge back. ‘I think every time we play Syracuse, we know every player on their offense is a weapon,’ said Hopkins goaltender Mike Gvozden, who finished with 14 saves. ‘I thought both teams in the first half and second half had opportunities to score a couple more points,’ Desko said. ‘But I thought the goalies came up big and made some great one-on-one saves and some saves you don’t see every day.’ Six different players scored for SU, including a career-high three goals for senior midfielder Max Bartig. SU had five goals in the first half from five different players. And that harmony led to first-half domination. The Orange controlled the faceoff X, winning 6-of-8 draws before the break, driving SU to a 19-9 shot advantage. What the team watched was a balanced offensive juggernaut and an attack that exposed a defense led by one of the greatest Johns Hopkins defenders of all-time, Dave Pietramala — who is now the school’s head coach. And the No. 2 Orange (4-1) took those lessons to heart Saturday night, riding a balanced offensive attack to a 10-7 victory over the No. 7 Blue Jays (4-3) before a crowd of 6,504 at Homewood Field. BALTIMORE, Md. — The Syracuse men’s lacrosse team is made up of film geeks. And the genre of choice during the lacrosse season is historical non-fiction. ‘We’ve had different guys contributing all year,’ Bartig said. ‘He’s perfectly capable of doing that. He steps up in big time situations when we need him to.’ ‘If you told me (before the game) we’d hold Keogh to two (goals) when he’s been scoring five and six a game,’ Pietramala said, ‘and you told me we don’t give Daniello a goal, and we hold Cody Jamieson to one goal and Jovan Miller to none, I’d tell you we got a pretty good chance to win the game.’ Published on March 20, 2010 at 12:00 pm As it has time and time again this season, the Orange failed to take a lead and run with it, instead allowing Johns Hopkins to slowly creep back into the game. Stymied by Gvozden, who made one point-blank save after another, the Orange scored just one goal over the span of a quarter and a half. Continuing that balance to start the second half, Bartig notched the first hat trick of his career with two goals to open the quarter, and Stephen Keogh added his second goal of the game to plant the seeds of a blowout. It was 8-1 SU, and the Orange built a cushion it would never relinquish. firstname.lastname@example.org Sprinting in from the ride side after Jeremy Thompson took the faceoff, White grabbed the groundball off the wing and stormed down field. Just seconds after Hopkins had scored its goal, Desko thought about taking a timeout. He knew White was about to shoot. Historical Syracuse lacrosse games, that is. The members of this team enjoy watching former greats. They appreciate their team’s history. ‘It probably started earlier today when we got to watch the ‘Cuse-Hopkins game at the hotel,’ Jamieson said. ‘Just watching that game gave me inspiration to try something.’ It was the theme of balance that caught Pietramala’s eye. Facebook Twitter Google+ Tingled with shades of 1989, the Orange again walked out of a game with the Blue Jays with an all-around effort on the offensive end. Comments Saturday’s pregame flick of choice? The 1989 national championship game against Johns Hopkins — a shootout that ended in a narrow victory for the Orange. ‘They love watching old Syracuse games,’ SU head coach John Desko said of his current team. ‘And we had an hour and a half to kill before we left to come to the field, so we just set up a projection and the guys picked what they wanted to watch.’AdvertisementThis is placeholder text
Students who display valuables such as cell phones and wallets while they’re distracted are likely to be targeted, according to DPS Assistant Chief David Carlisle. (Daily Trojan file photo)USC students received a Department of Public Safety notification Monday detailing two related robberies on the 1200 W. 37th Drive block Sunday morning. According to the alert, a student was approached at a party by a suspect who demanded his cell phone. When the student “raised his hands, backed up and indicated he did not want trouble,” two other suspects grabbed his wallet.Another incident occurred that night during which a suspect, who introduced himself as “Breezie,” befriended a student. Later that evening, he stole the student’s cell phone after asking if the student had an Instagram account, according to the DPS notice. Immediately after, the student alerted two men standing near him who then stole the student’s wallet and keys. The two men were identified as suspects two and three in the report.DPS has yet to locate the suspects and is working with LAPD to solve the cases. DPS is labeling the incidents as related due to their proximity and the similar behavioral and physical descriptions of the suspects, according to assistant chief David Carlisle.“Typically when a student’s phone is taken, they are walking and they are not paying attention to their surroundings, and it is jerked from their hand,” Carlisle said. “So this is unusual in that the [suspect] initiated a conversation.”DPS hopes that students remain aware of their surroundings when they are walking on streets and at social events. “Students need to trust their intuition,” Carlisle said. “In most cases, students will have some indication that nothing is ‘quite right,’ and in those cases, it is best to be with a group of friends … and [not to] put yourself in a position to be taken advantage of.”In the email notice, DPS advised students to be wary of strangers, refrain from using cell phones while walking and avoid distractions. DPS also warned students not to resist in the case of a robbery and to call DPS and LAPD immediately after going to a safe location. Carlisle said that when students display their valuables, such as cell phones and wallets, they are likely to be targeted, especially if they are distracted. “The faster DPS is notified, the better our chances are of locating the suspects,” Carlisle said. “We all have to be aware that these kinds of things can happen anywhere.”