160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! HOUSTON – Exxon Mobil Corp. said Thursday it added 1.95 billion barrels of oil equivalent to its proved reserves last year, about 350 million barrels more than it produced, continuing a positive trend. The world’s largest publicly traded oil company said it produced 1.6 billion oil-equivalent barrels in 2006 – 976 million barrels of liquids and 3.7 trillion cubic feet of gas. The Irving-based company produces about 3 percent of the world’s oil. The most significant additions to its reserves came from the Asia Pacific and Middle East regions. “With a five-year average replacement ratio of 114 percent, Exxon Mobil has continued to replace annual production with new quality opportunities,” said Rex Tillerson, chairman and chief executive. “This performance is a reflection of our disciplined investment strategy and strong project portfolio and execution capabilities.” Analysts typically say a company’s reserves replacement should average more than 100 percent over a three-to-five-year period to indicate growth. Proved reserves are a key asset of oil companies. Lysle Brinker, an analyst with the energy consulting firm John S. Herold Inc., said Exxon Mobil’s proved reserves for 2006 appear to be better than most of its competitors, largely reflecting the company’s “deep bullpen of potential resources” and its broad geographic base. “You have to remember with these big, monster companies that one year is not a very good gauge of their overall (replacement) performance,” Brinker said. “But year-in and year-out, Exxon appears to be performing the best with regard to most yardsticks on reserves replacement.” Exxon Mobil earned $39.5 billion in 2006, the largest annual profit by a U.S. company. Exxon Mobil shares fell 26 cents to close at $75.34 on the New York Stock Exchange. Its shares have traded in a range of $56.64 to $79 in the past year.
The Indians had another opportunity to find the back of the net in the 17th minute, when Brittany Clark’s blast from 10yards hit the post and came back out to sophomore Allison Carivau, who missed the net. Hart’s offense, usually prolific, had scored 106 goals heading into the semifinal match. The play of Winegar kept the Wildcats (23-2-2) in the game during Hart’s first half shooting barrage, in which the Indians (25-4-1) had more than a dozen scoring chances. The second half saw Hart controlling the possessions once again, but failing to score thanks to a stingy Wildcats defense. It looked as if Hart would eventually score a late goal to win – as they had done in the playoffs against Moorpark and Royal – but Winegar barely deflected Mills’ curving shot in the 70th minute. -Nima Ghazai OTHER Despite dominating most the first half, Hart of Newhall fell to visiting East Valley of Redlands on a goal by in the 74th minute to shock the Indians 1-0 in the semifinals of the girls Southern Section Div.II Southern playoffs Tuesday. With overtime looming, Thomas received a cross from Briana Campos, who then brought the ball to her stomach and poked it into the right corner of the goal as she fell, from about 20 yards out. “We talked about not letting our guard down, and we let our guard down,” Hart coach Louis Romero said. “It’s a tough game to lose when you’ve been dominating and the other team gets one on a flukey mistake. Taylor Thomas Hart had scoring opportunities early and often in the opening half. Lindsay Mills’ shot in the first minute was off the mark, and her free kick two minutes later was saved by Redlands goalkeeper Brittany Winegar. SOUTHERN SECTION GIRLS’ SOCCER DIVISION V Oaks Christian 2, Notre Dame Academy 1: Kelsea Smith’s 38-yard shot in the 72nd minute capped visiting Oaks Christian of Westlake Village’s second-half rally, lifting the Lions (16-6-1) to their fourth division title game in fiveyears with the victory at West L.A. College. Tatum Marshall gave 2006 division co-champion Notre Dame Academy of West Los Angeles (13-5-5) the lead in the 13th minute. Kelly Johnson tied the score in the 44th minute on a 30-yard shot for the Lions, who shared titles from 2003-05. “I’m really proud of these girls,” said Oaks Christian coach Jan Hethcock, whose team played Notre Dame Academy to a scoreless tie in the 2004 division final. “They have the most heart out there.” Noe Salter preserved the lead with an acrobatic save in the final two minutes for the Lions, who advanced to Saturday’s championship as a wild-card entry after finishing fourth in the Tri-Valley League. “I always thought we could do it,” Johnson said. “We’re definitely peaking at the right time.” DIVISION VI Desert Christian/Lancaster 4, Calvary Chapel/Murrieta 0: Carleigh Hobson, a member of the Knights’ basketball team playing her first soccer game this season, scored twice to help visiting Desert Christian of Lancaster (23-1-2) advance to its first division final since 2003 with a victory over the Warriors (20-6-4). Robyn Estrada scored her 40th goal of the season, and Hannah Parcel added a goal for the top-seeded Knights, who received assists from Jaide Garcia and Kristyn Richards. “This team was really good and they had more shots than we did, but we just put ours in,” Desert Christian coach Deann Lewis said. “We just capitalized on our opportunities.” GIRLS’ BASKETBALL SOUTHERN SECTION PLAYOFFS DIVISION II-A Temescal Canyon 50, Palmdale 46: The visiting Falcons had twice relied on fourth-quarter comebacks to advance to the semifinals for the first time since 2003. But after surrendering 10 consecutive points to 12th-seeded Temescal Canyon of Lake Elsinore (23-6) during a three-minute stretch of the second half at Lakeside High, No.10 Palmdale (18-12) couldn’t muster one final rally, falling short of reaching its first division final since 1996. “Our game plan was never executed,” said Palmdale coach George Corisis, who moved into eighth on the state’s all-time wins list (502) with three postseason victories. “We got back into it (to tie the score 29-29 in the third quarter), but we made four turnovers in five possessions and that really buried us.” Brittney Lloyd led the Falcons with 15 points, but Palmdale had no answer for Temescal Canyon’s Britnie Priest, who finished with a game-high 24. The Falcons, who received 10points from Charity Smith, twice cut the deficit to fourpoints in the final four minutes, but couldn’t get any closer. -Erik Boal 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Carrying high-weight of 120pounds, Balance had to circle to the far outside entering the stretch after being blocked behind a wall of horses. “Every time I tried to go somewhere, somebody covered me up,” Espinoza said. “At the top of the stretch, I was able to swing out and I had a ton of horse.” Also: Bwana Bull made the list of Kentucky Derby hopefuls, sweeping past Freesgood in mid-stretch en route to a one-length victory in the $200,000 El Camino Real Derby at Bay Meadows Racecourse. It was the third straight win for the son of Holy Bull. … Circular Quay came from well back in the field of eight 3-year-olds to win the Louisiana Derby at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans. Circular Quay, the 8-5 favorite, beat local favorite Ketchikan by 2 lengths, covering 1
2:30 p.m. The Santa Fe Wrestling Alumni Association will hold an Awards Luncheon Fundraiser Sunday from 1-4 p.m. at the Clarke Estate, 10211 Pioneer Boulevard in Santa Fe Springs. The festivities also will honor former longtime coach Rick Sowers for “his lifelong commitment to the Santa Fe Wrestling Program, to our students and our community.” Tickets for the luncheon are $25 per person. Proceeds from event go to the inception of the non-profit Santa Fe Wrestling Alumni Association. For more information, call Chris Vigil at (562) 651-5162, or Tom Thomson (562) 972-9302, or 3-mail www.SantaFeWrestling.net. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Now the conflict has flared up again after the striker and his lawyer accused the FA of failing to respond to a list of requests dealing with the player’s treatment.Salah’s lawyer Ramy Abbas Issa said the demands involved the player’s “well-being whilst with the national team, and assurances that the image rights violations wouldn’t happen again”.In an angry rebuttal the football federation said Monday that it would not accept the requests, blasting some as “illogical” and insisting it would not “favour one player over another”.Salah hit back with a pair of Facebook videos, insisting he was asking for better security for the whole squad at team hotels.He said that he did not want to be disturbed in his room by visitors wanting to chat in the middle of the night as had happened before.“I’m the person that these things happen to. I’m the person who gets harmed by these things,” he said.“These requests are very small but make things easier, they make the player focused in the match.”The fresh war-of-words between the two sides comes ahead of Egypt’s African Cup of Nations qualifier against Niger on September 8.The disagreement between national hero Salah and the Egyptian FA first burst into the open in April over the player’s image rights.Salah was angered that his image was being used by the national team’s main sponsor, telecoms firm WE, when he already had a contract with rival company Vodafone.That dispute was eventually resolved following intervention from political leaders.The player was also reportedly left unhappy after he was made to appear with Chechen strongman Ramzan Kadyrov at Egypt’s training ground in the region for the World Cup in Russia this summer.Kadyrov has been accused of wiping out dissent with a brutal crackdown on his opponents.Egypt crashed out of the World Cup after losing its three matches, with Salah struggling to reach his best after sustaining a shoulder injury playing for his club Liverpool in the Champions League final.0Shares0000(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Egypt’s forward Mohamed Salah looks on during the Russia 2018 World Cup Group A football match between Saudi Arabia and Egypt at the Volgograd Arena in Volgograd on June 25, 2018 © AFP / NICOLAS ASFOURICAIRO, Egypt, Aug 27 – A bitter spat between Egypt star Mohamed Salah and his country’s football authorities escalated Monday, casting a fresh shadow over his involvement with the national team.Salah, 26, and the Egyptian Football Association have previously been at loggerheads due to a disagreement over image rights.
Arsene Wenger admitted he was left frustrated on several fronts after his Arsenal side were held to a 1-1 draw by fierce rivals Tottenham.Despite dominating possession, the Gunners went behind after the break when Nacer Chadli slotted in, and while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s strike did seal a share of the points, the hosts could have claimed all three if it weren’t for Spurs’ stubborn defence.And if his frustration with his opposition wasn’t enough, Wenger now has yet more injury problems to contend with, confirming both Aaron Ramsey and Mikel Arteta will be out for two games after picking up knocks.The midfield duo were forced off in the first-half with calf and hamstring complaints, respectively – injuries he says will rule them out of Wednesday’s Champions League with Galatasaray and next weekend’s Premier League encounter against Chelsea.Jack Wilshere could also be absent from those games with an ankle issue, leaving Arsenal struggling for numbers once more.“I don’t know how long they’ll be out but they will be out until next week,” Wenger said of Wilshere and Ramsey.“Wilshere, I don’t know. The two others are out for Chelsea for sure.“Suddenly we are short because if we lost three players today, and let’s not forgot that we already have two out long-term plus Theo Walcott, that’s six. Abou Diaby is not ready so it starts to become a worry.”This 174th north London derby clash looked to be going Spurs’ way at the Emirates when Chadli gave Spurs, who defended impressively and played on the break, a surprise lead.However, Arsenal’s dominance of possession eventually took its toll and their stubborn resistance was eventually broken when Oxlade-Chamberlain rifled home from close-range after Tottenham failed to clear.Wenger felt his side deserved more than the one point having dominated not only possession but also the shot count – with 16 on target to Spurs’ six – while the French boss accused Mauricio Pochettino’s men of time-wasting.“I must give credit to my team because once again we came back and we put a huge effort in with a high work rate all together,” the Frenchman said.“It’s one of the few times that we’ve had so much possession against a Tottenham team since I’ve been here, but they defended well, so you have to give them credit too.“Younes Kaboul and Jan Vertonghen did well, as well as Hugo Lloris. They took every second they could again, to make the game last as little as possible.“I would like to see the referee deal with that in the proper way for once.“They tried to make it as simple as possible – they tried to gain time,” he continued. “Slowing the game down is normal and I understand it completely.“But the referee’s there to make the flow of the game respected and I would like an English referee to do it for once.“People pay money in the stands to watch football. It’s as simple as that. It’s only a respect of the people who pay money to watch football.”
England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT “We haven’t finalised anything yet [with Alisson]. But it is true that the negotiations are advanced and he’s over in Liverpool now,” Monchi, Roma’s sporting director, said.“When a very substantial offer comes in, you have to consider it. We weighed up the pros and cons and decided to speak to Liverpool.”Alisson has been with Roma for the past two seasons, having arrived from Internacional in July 2016, and has played 64 times for the Serie A club.He has been capped 31 times by Brazil and was selected ahead of Manchester City’s Ederson at the World Cup, playing in all of his country’s matches as they reached the quarter-finals.Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp made his move for Alisson having decided he could no longer rely on Loris Karius.Karius produced a disastrous performance in the Champions League final in May, although it was later revealed he was suffering with concussion, and he has looked shaky on his return to action in pre-season games. silverware How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures predicted gameday cracker possible standings 1 smart causal Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? LIVERPOOL NEWS REVEALED Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade shining Liverpool and Roma are in ‘advanced negotiations’ for the transfer of Alisson, the Serie A club’s sporting director has confirmed.The goalkeeper has cut short his holiday to fly to Merseyside for a medical ahead of a move that could cost the Reds £67million. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won RANKED Roma and Brazil goalkeeper Alisson celebrates at World Cup 2018. Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade How Liverpool could line up at Leicester with midfielder set for lengthy absence huge blow Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars REVEALED Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury The Reds acted fast to close out a deal for Alisson amid fears Chelsea could enter the bidding as they eye potential replacements for Thibaut Courtois, who is wanted by Real Madrid.Should the deal for the 25-year-old go through, it will surpass the 53m euros (£46m) paid by Juventus to Parma for Gianluigi Buffon in 2001.Alisson will be the fourth signing made by Liverpool this summer.Klopp has already closed out deals for Naby Keita (agreed in 2017), Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri.The deal for the Brazilian shot-stopper will take the Merseyside club’s spending this summer to around £180million.
That Ndombele bosses the midfield with ease.— Jay (@JamesHowarth89) November 27, 2018 Ndombele is sensational— Himanshu (@Himanshu_Lfc) November 27, 2018 Latest Football Stories Ndombele is a beast I want him @LFC— ENigmA (@Enoch_A_Addo) November 27, 2018 huge blow Spurs need to go all out for Ndombele, he is the real deal.— Rich (@rrrtttbbb8) November 27, 2018 Mendy and Ndombele please 😍 #THFC— Charlie Ball (@CharlieJBall_) November 27, 2018 I’m not gonna lie Ndombele will make us so much stronger. He looks good— SfrmdaWay (@SfrmdaWay) November 27, 2018 Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Wow who’s this Ndombele?? What a player he looks— Luke (@Luke_Rice8) November 27, 2018 Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade RANKED 2 Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury We need to bring Ndombele to the Emirates— Kèown (@KeCasj) November 27, 2018 BEST OF Bring Ndombele and Aoaur to Arsenal— Ghost (@Tola_Ojosipe) November 27, 2018 Premier League fans tuning into Manchester City’s 2-2 Champions League draw Lyon all appear to have fallen in love with Tanguy Ndombele.In case you hadn’t heard of him, the French midfielder, 21, has been one of the stars of Ligue 1 across the last year-and-a-half with some domineering displays. Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Getty Images Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Lyon are a problem. Ndombele would be perfect for @SpursOfficial #coys #ChampionsLeague #lyon— Niall Mullins (@Niall_Mullins90) November 27, 2018 shining sign ndombele and mendy @ChelseaFC— 🌬 (@LK10i) November 27, 2018 REVEALED Can we raid Lyons whole midfield 3 of Fekir,Aouar & Ndombele?😂😂😂— LFCstuff (@TheKop___) November 27, 2018 Such a performance was always likely to draw more interest and, as you can see below, Premier League fans are desperate to see him in England. Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars And now after another stunning showing against Man City, supporters of Tottenham, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea all want their clubs to sign him.Ndombele was a huge presence against City, completing all three of the dribbles he attempted thanks to his powerful running, while he also showed his composure on the ball by registering a 94 per cent pass success rate – not bad against a Pep Guardiola side.Also during his all action display he won both the tackles he attempted and made two key clearances while playing a crucial role in Lyon’s second goal. Ndombele challenges David Silva in the Champions League. no dice 2 @LFC sign TANGUY NDOMBELE.— Ραρα ཀαཀαd (@mamad_doux) November 27, 2018 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade REPLY ADVICE Tanguy Ndombele holds off Raheem Sterling in Lyon’s 2-2 Champions League draw with Manchester City. Spend the budget on ndombele @Arsenal— jackmoff (@Jack_Moffitt) November 27, 2018 Sign Ndombele & Aouar!!! @ManUtd— Jasper (@jasperzwg) November 27, 2018 MONEY Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Manchester United need to sign Ndombele.— The United Link 🏆 (@TheUnitedLink) November 27, 2018 Ndombele-Torreira midfield would be elite.— Chibukupapi (@Moyondizvoo) November 27, 2018 Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won REVEALED
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Grand Champion Junior Market Beef:Division 3 Champion Crossbred, Addison Jones, Allen Co.Reserve Grand Champion Junior Market Beef:Chianina Steer, Montana Hulsmeyer, Allen Co.Third overall: Division 3 Res. Crossbred, Elizabeth Heintz, Auglaize Co.Fourth overall: Division 4 Champion Crossbred, Lane Underwood, Hardin Co.Fifth overall: Division 2 Champion Crossbred, Delaney Jones, Allen Co.ResultsGrand Champion Angus Steer Carly Sanders Highland CountyReserve Champion Angus Steer Maggie Pollard Defiance CountyGrand Champion Chianina Steer Montana Hulsmeyer Allen CountyReserve Champion Chianina Steer Lane Underwood Hardin CountyGrand Champion Hereford Steer Angie Distl Clark CountyReserve Champion Hereford Steer Hayden Smith Holmes CountyGrand Champion Maine-Anjou Steer Elizabeth Heintz Auglaize CountyReserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer Colleen Minges Butler CountyGrand Champion Shorthorn Steer Carter McCauley Guernsey CountyReserve Champion Shorthorn Steer Tanner Cordes Montgomery CountyGrand Champion Shorthorn Plus Steer Kinzee Shafer Champaign CountyReserve Champion Shorthorn Plus Steer Kendal Widman Crawford CountyGrand Champion Simmental Steer Caroline Blay Portage CountyReserve Champion Simmental Steer Madison Paden Guernsey CountyGrand Champion AOB Steer Lindsey Pugh Stark CountyReserve Champion AOB Steer Danielle Whitted Portage CountyGrand Champion Market Heifer Isaac Gehret Darke CountyReserve Champion Market Heifer Hannah Schroeder Putnam CountyDivision 1 CrossbredChampion: Zoey Shriners, Perry CoRes.: Kady Davis, Carroll Co..Division 2 CrossbredChampion: Delaney Jones, Allen Co.Res.: Hadley LeVan, Champaign Co.Division 3 CrossbredChampion: Addison Jones, Allen Co.Res.: Elizabeth Heintz, Auglaize Co.Division 4 CrossbredChampion: Lane Underwood, Hardin Co.Res.: Avery McGuire, Champaign Co.PHOTOS BY MINDI BROOKHART Exhibitors wait for the judge during the Supreme Showman Drive. Harrison Blay, Portage Co., maintains eye contact with the judge. Allison Davis, Carroll Co., was awarded Supreme Showman. Lori Millenbaugh, Crawford Co., sets the legs of her steer during Showmanship. Taylor Poff, Geauga Co., uses her show stick. Tatumn Poff, Geauga Co., prepares to lead her animal around the ring. Exhibitors from the nine year old division compete during Showmanship. Hayden Smith, Holmes Co., participates in the Showmanship Class. Emma Yochum, Highland Co., waits for the judge. Cory Derr, Wyandot Co., sets up his crossbred steer. Cross bred steer exhibitors circle the ring. Allison Davis, Darke Co., watches the judge with her market heifer. Austin Garner, Butler Co., finished third in his market heifer class. Stephanie Birney, Harrison Co., sets up her market heifer. Champion Drive Champion Drive Champion Drive Champion Drive Champion Drive
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