Welcome back for another season of NHL DFS! Hockey (and daily fantasy hockey) return tonight with a four-game opening slate that includes a battle of the past two Stanley Cup champions, the Blues and Capitals. As is the case most days during the NHL season, we’re here to hep you take down some GPPs and cash games with our favorite DraftKings and FanDuel picks.Before we get into tonight’s plays, we’d like to give you a preview of Fantasy Alarm’s NHL coverage. Every day we will have either a full Playbook like the one below or a more narrative-form breakdown of the slate along with example lineups for slates of three or more games. If there are multiple slates in a day with more than three games, we will cover the larger of the two slates, and if there are an equal number of games on split slates, the later of the two slates. We will not have coverage on days where there is only a one- or two-game slate. Today’s NHL DFS Picks: DraftKings, FanDuel advice for Wednesday, Oct. 2Editor’s Note: This is a FREE preview of Wednesday’s Fantasy Alarm’s NHL DFS Playbook. For full analysis every day and more ways to dominate your daily fantasy hockey competition, check out DFS site-specific advice and the rest of Fantasy Alarm’s great season-long and DFS tools available to subscribers. Pos PlayerMatchupFDDKY!AnalysisCA. MatthewsOTT@TORWed 7:00$8300$7700$34The Leafs are the big favorite of this short opening slate as -300 home favorites against the Senators. Ottawa lacks talent and depth, but its first line and first pair had noticeably better possession numbers than the rest of the lineup last year. The matchup against its top five isn’t bad necessarily, but the matchups against Senators down the lineup are some of the best individual matchups of the night. Last year it was the John Tavares line that tended to match up with the opposing top line in home games, so Matthews’ line should see more of the depth if that usage holds this season.CC. McDavidVAN@EDMWed 10:00$9000$8100$35Per my own matchup stat, the Oilers have the second best matchup of the night after the Leafs. Vegas has the team in their own city with the second highest implied goal total of the night, but I prefer the Oilers as a second option. McDavid is great and matchup-proof, that does not need explaining. He may not be affordable in cash, but fit him in if you can and consider him for GPPs, as his upside is always through the roof.CR. Nugent-HopkinsVAN@EDMWed 10:00$5800$5300$19RNH is a cheaper option to get some Oilers in your lineup. He centers the second line and has the dangerous Leon Draisaitl on his wing. RNH also has the benefit of playing on the top PP unit with Draisaitl and McDavid. He’s a nice value on both sites.CB. SchennWSH@STLWed 8:00$5700$4700$16The Blues will host the previous Cup winners, the Caps, in their home opener. While Washington’s top line is dangerous offensively, it’s not the most intimidating line defensively. Schenn’s line typically got opposing top lines in home games late last year, so they could be the beneficiary of the matchup with Ovi and company. Plus/minus hasn’t been a stat in DFS scoring for years, so it’s no concern if the Caps score on them.CB. HorvatVAN@EDMWed 10:00$6100$4800$19Horvat is a nice value on DK. He’ll take up a little more than 11 percent of the cap on FD but only 9.6 percent of the cap on DK. Horvat has a top-six role and plays on the second PP unit for the Canucks. If you’re looking for a pure salary relief option on DK, Chris Tierney is another option at the C position. Tierney is under $3K, and while he won’t see PP work, he is centering Ottawa’s second line.CC. GlassSJ@VGKWed 10:30$3600$2800$10Horvat and Tierney were going to be the value options listed here at C, but Glass cannot be ignored. There’s a real chance the sixth overall pick from this year’s draft is centering Mark Stone and Max Pacioretty and playing with them on the top power play unit in his first NHL game. At his price, he’d be a real value with that kind of usage.WA. JohnssonOTT@TORWed 7:00$5100$5400$15Johnsson joins Matthews at even strength and on the power play and is thus a good option for a stack. William Nylander is the third member of that line, though Nylander plays on the second unit. Johnsson is too expensive on DK but is reasonably priced on FD, which is also the site where Matthews is priced better. Among Toronto forwards on the top PP unit, Mitch Marner is the one whose price tag is more appealing on DK.WM. StoneSJ@VGKWed 10:30$7400$6900$26Vegas is the other sizable favorite of the slate as a -190 home favorite against San Jose. San Jose is a solid possession team that makes it unappealing to pick on, but it had the worst goaltending in the league last year by SV%, so its opponents can’t be ignored. Stone is their most productive fantasy player on average, so he’s the play if you’re looking to not deviate too much from the chalk in cash games.WR. SmithSJ@VGKWed 10:30$5300$5300$18Smith and Jonathan Marchessault play on the wings of William Karlsson, and that entire line stays together on the second PP unit, which gives them some stack appeal. Smith is a bit of a value on FD and could be used as a one-off there, and the line as a whole is priced better there, so that would be the site to stack them in a GPP.WA. ChiassonVAN@EDMWed 10:00$3700$3000$12Chiasson is a nice salary relief option on both sites, but especially on DK where he’s only $3,000. Chiasson will skate on the third line, but his value comes from his spot on the top PP unit. There was some thought to including rookie Joakim Nygard here. He’s a 26-year-old signed out of the Swedish Elite League, and he might play on the top line with McDavid out of the gate. But that’s a big “might”. Nygard would have little to no value if he’s not playing alongside McDavid, so we need to see it before we play it.WV. TarasenkoWSH@STLWed 8:00$8100$6700$27Tarasenko and Jaden Schwartz are the wingers on the Schenn line, and the line stays together on the top PP unit, which adds to their stack appeal. The entire line is priced better on DK than FD, so they make for an interesting stack option there.WB. PirriSJ@VGKWed 10:30$3900$4600$16Pirri is your salary relief option on FD with a price tag under $4K. He’ll play on the third line with either Paul Stastny or Glass centering him, and he should play on the second PP unit with the Karlsson line we like for a GPP stack.DM. RiellyOTT@TORWed 7:00$5700$6200$23Rielly is how you get your chalk exposure to the Tavares line. Rielly skated the most with the Tavares line at even strength in home games last season, and he’s the D-man on the top PP unit, which gets you some indirect exposure to each top-six line.DN. SchmidtSJ@VGKWed 10:30$4500$4000$16Schmidt could be an option to include in a VGK2 stack. He’s reasonably priced and joins the Karlsson line on the second PP unit.DO. KlefbomVAN@EDMWed 10:00$5000$5000$17Klefbom is the D-man who gets to play on the top PP unit with all the Edmonton forwards listed above. He’s priced reasonably on both sites but a bit better on FD.DA. EdlerVAN@EDMWed 10:00$5100$5100$21Edler was a great value last season, and he’s starting off the year the same way as the top defensive value on FD and second-best value on DK per my projections. He’s a top pair defenseman who sees PP1 work, so he obviously has a good chance to find the scoresheet. But Edler can produce in fantasy without scoring points. Among D-men on this slate, Edler led them last year in shots on goal plus blocks per minutes played. That gives him a nice floor.GF. AndersenOTT@TORWed 7:00$8700$8400$33Andersen is the chalk option in net with the Leafs easily being the biggest favorite of the night. He has the highest projection of any goalie tonight by a good margin and is worth paying up for when you can, particularly in cash.GM. KoskinenVAN@EDMWed 10:00$7500$7200$27If Andersen isn’t in my lineup, Koskinen will be. As stated, the Oilers would be my second choice of the night, and though they’re not as heavily favored as the Golden Knights, they’re a -130 home favorite. Koskinen is priced well on both sites and is the top goalie value on both sites per my projections. One caveat here: If you want to use Edler and/or Horvat in your lineup and can’t afford Andersen, you won’t want to use Koskinen. In that even, his opponent, Jacob Markstrom could be used in conjunction with Canuck skaters.For more player recommendations and analysis, become a Fantasy Alarm subscriber today! MORE: Free one-week trial of Fantasy Alarm’s PRO toolsWe’re glad to have you with us this season, and we hope you find value in our content this season! We invite you to check out our season-long and DFS content for all sports with a free one-week trial to Fantasy Alarm.
Doug WilsonDouglas “Doug” E. Wilson, of Wellington, died Friday, December 27, 2013 at his home at the age of 56.Doug was born the son of Dale and Katherine Jane (Lightcap) Wilson on Thursday, July 4, 1957 in Wellington.On May 16, 1997, Doug and Rebecca Rios were united in marriage in Wellington. Together they celebrated 16 years of marriage.He has been an employee of Groendyke Transportation for the past 21 years where he worked as a Chemical Driver.Survivors include his wife, Rebecca Wilson of Wellington, children: Michael Wilson of Wichita, Christopher Wilson of Wichita, Thomas Wilson and his wife Audrey of Wichita, Amber Jackson and her husband Mark of Wichita, Rebecca Faith Wilson of Wellington, Evan Wilson of Wellington, step-daughters: Mercedes Ybarra of Wellington and Sandra Ybarra of Wellington, brother, Craig Wilson and his wife Susan of Wellington, sister, Cindy Pollock and her husband Robin of Wichita, grandchildren: Tristan Wilson of Wichita, Kristen Wilson of Haysville, Teryn Wilson of Wellington, Chloe Wilson of Wellington, Chance Wilson of Wellington, Kayleigh Wilson of Towanda, Christopher Wilson, Jr. of Towanda, Katherine Wilson of Wichita, Isadora Wilson of Wichita, Brooklynn Wilson of Wichita, Broc Wilson of Wichita, Kyler Osborne of Towanda, great-granddaughter, Jordyn Wilson of Wellington.He was preceded in death by his parents and second wife, Joyce Wilson.Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday, December 30, 2013 with the family present from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.Funeral services for Doug will be at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at the First United Methodist Church, Wellington.Interment will follow at the Sumner Memorial Gardens, Wellington.Memorials have been established in his loving memory with the Wellington Humane Society, P.O. Box 494, Wellington 67152. Contributions can be mailed or left with the funeral home.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.dayfuneralhome.info.Arrangements are by Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.
Walter Oran Lee, was born February 11, 1935 in Brunswick, MO.Â He was the fifth of eight children born to Orville E. and Irene (Ellis) Lee.Â Walterâ€™s young life was spent in the small Northeastern Oklahoma towns of Vinita, Welsh, Blue Jacket, Timbered Hill, and the surrounding rural areas where his family called home.Â At the age of 12, Walterâ€™s mother suddenly passed away, and his life became a journey of moves with his father and his brothers and sisters.Â The family settled in the north central Oklahoma area, and he attended grade school at several Grant County country schools, and for a short time, attended grade school in Manchester, OK.In 1949, he had the chance to live and work with Clarence and Connie Struble.Â Clarence always treated Walter as a man, even at his young age, and told him he was welcome to stay and live as part of their family, but, if he stayed, he had to attend school.Â The Strubleâ€™s took him in as one of their own, and Walter remained close to the Struble family all of his life.Â While with the Struble family, Walter attended his freshman year at South Haven High School and moved with them to Caldwell where he attended and graduated from Caldwell High School with the class of 1954. Â While in high school he participated in football, basketball, and track, was an outstanding, hard-working athlete, and in addition, he worked many part-time jobs around town.Â While in high school he met his future wife, Betty Wykes.Â Their first date was in 1951, a Sadie Hawkins Dance at the school, and Betty asked him to go as her date.Â Bettyâ€™s family lived just across the street, and he loved to attend Sunday dinner at her house, as often it was the only hot meal he had all week.When the Strubles decided to move from Caldwell, Walter made the decision to stay and finish high school, but this time he would be on his own. Â Not only did Walter excel as a high school athlete, he also worked before school, after practices, and sometimes even during school hours.Â He stated many times that his coaches and the good people of Caldwell took care of him and watched out for him knowing that he was on his own.Â People knew that if they needed something done they could count on him to help, and he appreciated the work they sent his way, as it often paid the rent and bought a few groceries.Â He worked at Johnsonâ€™s Feed Store, several of the local gas stations, and Johnsonâ€™s Furniture Store.He rented a downtown apartment and lived with several friends over the next two years, including his lifelong friend Norman Metcalf, Harold Sturm (who would turn out to be his neighbor many years later), and his younger brother Larry.Following graduation, Walter and Betty were married on July 19, 1954.Â They lived in many places including Westminister and Gardena, CA, Wichita, KS, Manhattan, KS, Kansas City, KS, and Boonville, MO, before finding their way back to Caldwell in the summer of 1968.Â Daughter Gayla Marie was born in Caldwell in 1956, son Michael Wayne was born in Inglewood, CA in 1958, and daughter Brenda Ann was born in Kansas City, KS in 1963.Upon returning to Caldwell, Walter worked several places before securing a job with Winters Truck Line in 1971.Â During the years that he drove the Winters truck, he met many people and made many friends in the southern Kansas area.Â It never failed that if you were with Walt, you were bound to run into someone that knew him.Â His kids teased him that you couldnâ€™t take Dad anywhere within a six-county radius without running into someone who knew him, and then you had to wait on him to finish visiting.Â He also enjoyed harvest and working for Wayne Wencel and his crew west of Caldwell.Â He never failed to come home with a good story about harvest and the happenings at the Wencel farm.In 1976, Walter and Betty purchased the State Line Tavern from Bettyâ€™s Aunt and Uncle, Georgia and Ozzie Hines.Â He would work for the truck line during the day and help Betty, when needed, at the bar in the evenings.Â He was a natural in the bar business as he never met a stranger, and he could carry on a conversation with anyone.Â Numerous folks have sat with Walt at the bar and talked and laughed their way through many a story.Â Countless friends and acquaintances, both young and old, have lifted their glass and heard Walter toast â€œMud In Your Eyeâ€.In May 1991, Walter suffered a major heart attack and spent several days in the ICU at St. Francis Hospital in Wichita, KS.Â At that time, the Drs. told him that his only option was to be put on the heart transplant list.Â If he chose not to proceed with a transplant he might live another five years.Â He politely told them â€œno thanksâ€ and left the hospital for home where Betty took very good care of him.Â His family was blessed to have him another twenty-three years.Walter and Betty owned the State Line Tavern for 25 years, and in the summer of 2001 that chapter of their life came to a close when they sold the business and moved to a home on North Webb Street in Caldwell.Â Walter enjoyed planting flowers in their backyard, reading anything he could get his hands on, listening to country music, and watching sports on television.Â He celebrated Homecoming every year with his class of â€™54 and looked forward to his 60th high school reunion this fall.Â He considered Caldwell his â€œhome townâ€ and often stated that thereâ€™s no place heâ€™d rather be.Walter, Betty, and his sister Gertrude started the Annual Lee Family Reunionâ€ in the mid 1980â€™s, and it continues to this day.Â He could hardly contain his excitement as reunion time got closer.Â He loved and appreciated his many nieces and nephews and looked forward to seeing his â€œloved onesâ€ whenever possible.Walterâ€™s life journey came to an end in the early-morning hours of Tuesday, April 1, 2014 when he suffered heart failure, and as he spoke of so often, joined his beautiful wife, Betty, in eternal life.Walter is preceded in death by his wife of 51 years, Betty, brotherâ€™s Wayne Lee, Elmer Lee, Dale Lee, and Larry Lee, and son-in-law Kip Oathout.Walter will be dearly missed by his brother Bob Lee (Judy), sisters Mary Burris Brooks and Gertrude Allison, brothers-in-law Don Wykes (Ann) and Bruce Wykes (Sannie), his three children, Gayla Oathout, Michael Lee (Dale), and Brenda Sparks (Michael);Â his seven grandchildren Scott Lee (Krystal), Brett Oathout (Cara), Chance Sparks, JD Adams, Lacey Lee (Bruce), Jill Crumbliss (Richard), and Leah Sparks (Isaac); and his 11 great-grandchildren Dilyn Lee, Dakota Lee, Dru Lee, James Gonzalez, Xavier Gonzalez, Carlos Gonzales, Miguel Gonzalez, Payton Lee, Piper Crumbliss, Richie Crumbliss, and Marrin Crumbliss, as well as many nieces and nephews, and countless friends.A funeral service will be held 2:00 p.m. Saturday, April 5, 2014 at the Schaeffer Mortuary Chapel.Â Dr. Dan Price will officiate.Â Interment will be in the Caldwell City Cemetery, Caldwell, Kansas.Memorials may be given in Walterâ€™s name to the Caldwell High School Alumni Association.
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WEEK 11 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerIf you’re looking for PPR-specific sleepers, James White (@ Eagles), Kareem Hunt (vs. Steelers), Duke Johnson (@ Ravens), and Jaylen Samuels (@ Browns) are your top guys, and the usual crew of Tarik Cohen (@ Rams), Nyheim Hines (vs. Jaguars), etc. are in the mix, as well. J.D. McKissic is more interesting this week with Ty Johnson (concussion) ailing, while Hunt is almost a must-start after receiving 11 touches (four carries, seven catches) in his first game. Fantasy owners can’t expect exactly the same results every week, but it’s clear Cleveland wants to make sure of his talents. WEEK 11 PPR RANKINGS: Wide receiver | Tight endDevonta Freeman (@ Panthers) is also in a good spot to rack up PPR points, but a foot injury could keep him out. That would leave Brian Hill as the primary runner and likely receiving back, though Kenjon Barner could also mix in and steal some catches. Either way, Hill will be a virtual must-start if Freeman misses time. (Update: Freeman is expected to miss this week.)Another interesting PPR “sleeper” is Derrius Guice (vs. Jets), who’s expected to see his first playing time since Week 1. Assuming he’s fully recovered from his knee injury, Guice would likely handle some receiving-down work while splitting carries with Adrian Peterson. The talented second-year back had three catches on three targets in limited action in Week 1, so clearly he’s capable of making plays out of the backfield. WEEK 11 DFS LINEUPS:Y! cash | Y! GPP | DK cash | DK GPP | FD cash | FD GPPWe had a couple PPR surprises in Week 10, with Ronald Jones (vs. Saints in Week 11) coming out of nowhere to catch all eight of his targets for 77 yards. Kalen Ballage (vs. Bills) also managed four catches in his new starting role. It only went for two yards, but it was nice to see Miami involve him in that part of the offense.MORE WEEK 11 DFS: Values | Stacks | Lineup BuilderThe backs on bye this week are Saquon Barkley, Aaron Jones/Jamaal Williams, Derrick Henry, and Chris Carson. MORE WEEK 11:Waiver wire | FAAB planner | Trade values | Snap counts | Fantasy playoff SOSReminder: Check back for frequent updates during the week. LISTEN TO THE SN FANTASY WEEK 11 PREVIEW PODCAST BELOWWeek 11 Fantasy PPR Rankings: RBsThese rankings are for full-point PPR leagues.RankPlayer1Christian McCaffrey, CAR vs. ATL2Dalvin Cook, MIN vs. DEN3Josh Jacobs, OAK vs. CIN4Ezekiel Elliott, DAL @ DET5Le’Veon Bell, NYJ @ WAS6James Conner, PIT @ CLE7Melvin Gordon, LAC vs. KC (in Mexico)8Damien Williams, KC vs. LAC (in Mexico)9Nick Chubb, CLE vs. PIT10Alvin Kamara, NO @ TB11Devin Singletary, BUF @ MIA12Leonard Fournette, JAX @ IND13Todd Gurley, LAR vs. CHI14Austin Ekeler, LAC vs. KC (in Mexico)15Joe Mixon, CIN @ OAK16Marlon Mack, IND vs. JAX17David Montgomery, CHI @ LAR18Brian Hill, ATL @ CAR19Mark Ingram, BAL vs. HOU20James White, NE @ PHI21Ronald Jones, TB vs. NO22Tevin Coleman, SF vs. ARZ23Miles Sanders, PHI vs. NE24Phillip Lindsay, DEN @ MIN25Kareem Hunt, CLE vs. PIT26Carlos Hyde, HOU @ BAL27Kenyan Drake, ARZ @ SF28Derrius Guice, WAS vs. NYJ29Raheem Mostert, SF vs. ARZ30Royce Freeman, DEN @ MIN31Duke Johnson Jr., HOU @ BAL32Jaylen Samuels, PIT @ CLE33David Johnson, ARZ @ SF34Kalen Ballage, MIA vs. BUF35Sony Michel, NE @ PHI36Frank Gore, BUF @ MIA37Tarik Cohen, CHI @ LAR38Ty Johnson, DET vs. DAL39Nyheim Hines, IND vs. JAX40J.D. McKissic, DET vs. DAL41Adrian Peterson, WAS vs. NYJ42Latavius Murray, NO @ TB43Dare Ogunbowale, TB vs. NO44Darrel Williams, KC vs. LAC (in Mexico)45Peyton Barber, TB vs. NO46Jay Ajayi, PHI vs. NE47Tony Pollard, DAL @ DET48Rex Burkhead, NE @ PHI49Giovani Bernard, CIN @ OAK50Gus Edwards, BAL vs. HOU51Alexander Mattison, MIN vs. DEN52Jordan Wilkins, IND vs. JAX53Malcolm Brown, LAR vs. CHI The big question when compiling our Week 11 fantasy RB PPR rankings was what to do with David Johnson and Kenyan Drake. Johnson looked like a shell of himself as Drake doubled him in carries and received six more targets last week. Logicially, that should lead us to rank Drake over Johnson, right? Well, we’re not out of a stubborn belief that Johnson will be better this week. Stupid? Perhaps, but name value goes a long way in fantasy football, even when it shouldn’t. (Update: We’ve come to our senses and moved Johnson down further after Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury commented on his health, or lack thereof.)But even if you prefer Johnson or Drake, neither is an exciting play this week against the 49ers. Drake put up big numbers against them just two weeks ago, but the odds of that happening again seem slim, especially with Johnson “healthy”. Broncos backs Royce Freeman and Phillip Lindsay, both solid receivers, have similar matchups against Minnesota. You can play both as FLEXes, but neither seem quite worthy of RB2 status.
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Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements. Lawrence ColeLawrence R. Cole, age 92, loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather and lifelong Wellington resident, died early Tuesday morning, August 4, 2015, at his home in Wellington. Lawrence was a retired farmer.Lawrence R. Cole was born on August 17, 1922 in Renfrow, Oklahoma to Charles W. Cole and Blanche D. (Williams) Cole. Lawrence was a graduate of WHS with the Class of 1941. He served from 1942 to 1946 with the Army Air Corps during WWII.Lawrence married Maxine LeForce on August 28, 1946 at the Methodist Church in Wellington.Lawrence enjoyed visiting with family and friends. He will be remembered for his strong faith where he served as Elder at the Church of Christ from 1962 â€“ 1999. He also served for several years on the 76 Township Board and the Fire District #7 Board.He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Clayton Cole; sister, Marie Hetrick; granddaughter, Holly Cole; two great grandsons, Lucas Cole and Myles Gridley.Survivors include his loving wife of 68 years, Maxine Cole of Wellington; three children, Jill DeJarnett, Chuck Cole and his wife Carley, and Jane Cole, all of Wellington; grandchildren, Jami Dodds and her husband Kevin, Jenny Gridley and her husband Lanny, Ashley Colwell and her husband Mack; and Haley Cole; great grandchildren, Sabrena, Parker and Piper Dodds, Draecon Lee, Rahlee, Natalie, and Casey Colwell, and Maeve and Harrison Gridley.Funeral Services will be held at the Church of Christ on Friday, August 7, 2015 at 10 a.m. Mr. Michael Nelson will officiate. Interment will follow the service at Prairie Lawn Cemetery.Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Thursday, August 6, 2015 from 1 to 8 p.m. The family will be present to greet friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Memorials have been established with Westview Boyâ€™s Home and the March of Dimes. Contributions can be left at the funeral home. To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.net
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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Submitted to Sumner Newscow â€” Todayâ€™s Wellington High School bulletin for Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015:Tuesdayâ€¢Varsity/JV volleyball at WHS, 5 p.m.â€¢Varsity tennis at Conway Springs, 3 p.m.â€¢JV Tennis at Winfield, 3 p.m.Wednesdayâ€¢KU Honors banquet.Thursdayâ€¢C Team volleyball at El Dorado, 3 p.m.â€¢JV tennis at WHS, 3p.m.â€¢Cross Country at Chaparral, 4 p.m.Fridayâ€¢Football at Wellington vs. Circle, 7 p.m.Saturdayâ€¢Tennis at Kingman, 9 a.m.â€¢Volleyball at Chaparral, 9 a.m.â€¢C-team volleyball at Garden Plain, 9 a.m.Todayâ€™s Lunch– Chicken Drummies, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Tossed Salad with Romaine, Applesauce, Hot Roll with Jelly and Milk.Wednesdayâ€™s Lunch – Soft Chicken Taco, Tortilla Chips with Salsa, Refried Beans, Shredded Romaine, Peaches and MilkTodayâ€™s Newsâ€¢Tennis will be dismissed at 1:50 today. They will be marked Activity.â€¢This week at WHS will be seatbelt week. Park your car and take a selfie of you wearing your seatbelt to be entered to win a prize.Â #WHSseatbeltselfieâ€¢Attention Stuco members- There will be a meeting tomorrow morning at 7:15 in the auditorium. Please bring something to write with.â€¢September 14 through November 11 all student-athletes 7th through 12th grades, will be given the opportunity to attend Core-Strengthening Yoga on Monday and Wednesday mornings from 6:40-7:15 at the middle school gym.â€¢Classic Movie Club with be watching the movie “The Sixth Sense” in Room 205 today at 3:30. Bring a Friend!â€¢ If you are interested in joining Crusader Creators (art club), please sign up with Mrs. Groom by tomorrow.â€¢Students interested in traveling to Spain with Mrs. Groom in June of 2017 need to pickup information in the 3D art room within the next few days.â€¢There will be a Hunter Safety Course on September 26th and 27th at WHS. You can register online at www.usd353.com. Just click on the Hunter Safety course on the 2nd page.â€¢Casino Receipts are due TODAY. You can drop them off in the office.â€¢WHS Work Ethic Program will meet on Wednesday October 7th from 11:30-12:30 in room 411. Bring a lunch!â€¢There will be a 3 on 3 basketball tournament and a Co-Ed Softball Tournament on Saturday October 3rd in Udall.Â Stop by the office for more information.â€¢Football players- you can turn in your $2 in the office for the football signs.â€¢ Seniors: If you are thinking about makingÂ EmporiaÂ State University your college of choice, be sure to go to their website to view scholarship and admissions information. The website isÂ www.emporia.edu/admissions/scholarships.The college will be hosting four Black and Gold Visit DaysÂ Oct. 9 and 24thÂ and No. 6th and 20th. These visits include admissions and scholarship information, and residence hall and campus tours.â€¢Sophomores and Juniors, Are you interested in taking the PSAT? The cost is only $14 and the test date is Wednesday, October 14th at 8:00 a.m. If you are interested, please come see Mrs. Hatfield in the counselors office before September 21st.Guidance office news:College visits during lunch:Tuesday, Sept 22- Pittsburg StateWednesday, Sept 23- Cowley County CCThursday, Sept. 24- SouthwesternWednesday, Sept 30- Fort HaysFriday, Oct 2- Kansas State UniversityMonday, Oct 5- Wichita State UniversityThursday, Oct 15- Baker UniversityFriday, Oct 16- University of KansasThursday, October 22, Friends UniversityMonday, Nov. 2- Hutchinson CC.Follow us on Twitter.
Wellington Police notes: Thursday, April 14, 2016:â€¢12:40 a.m. Officers assisted an outside agency in the 100 block W. Appleblossom, Wellington.â€¢2:05 a.m. Merissa D E Franke, 19, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for defective headlight.â€¢8 a.m. Officers investigated a battery in the 1700 block E. 16th Wellington by a known suspect.â€¢1:03 p.m. Officers investigated harassment by Telecom Device in the Wellington.â€¢4:09 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of doors and windows in the 200 block S. Patterson, Wellington.â€¢5:05 p.m. Officers took a report of children in need of care, Argonia.â€¢6:51 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 1000 block Shady Lane Ct., Wellington.
The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) announced its Hall of Fame Class of 2020 inductees on Tuesday, consisting of five players and one individual in the builder category.Alexei Yashin (Russia), Mark Streit (Switzerland), Kimmo Timonen (Finland), Mathias Seger (Switzerland) and Ryan Smyth (Canada) enter the Hall as player inductees while Korea’s Mong-Won Chung is the lone builder inductee. Swiss hockey fans will no doubt recognize this next inductee, as Zurich Lions legend Mathias Seger (who played in 16 World Championships!) joins his countryman Mark Streit in the IIHF Hall of Fame Class of 2020! Story: https://t.co/JJWzP9pSkS @SwissIceHockey pic.twitter.com/onqTjcU344— IIHF (@IIHFHockey) February 4, 2020Ryan Smyth”Captain Canada” was the final player announced on Tuesday. He represented Canada at the World Juniors, eight World Championships, the World Cup of Hockey and two Olympic Games (2002 and 2006), winning gold at all four tournaments (twice at IIHF World Championships). Smyth wore the “C” patch for five years at the World Championships.In the NHL, he played 1270 games over 19 seasons, spending 15 in Edmonton with the Oilers. He made the All-Star Game in 2007.The last member to be named to the IIHF Hall of Fame 2020 Induction Class is “Captain Canada” himself: Ryan Smyth! Congratulations to all the inductees, see you this May at the Induction Ceremony in Zurich! Full list of inductees here: https://t.co/lzP9Gz9gUi @HockeyCanada pic.twitter.com/gnsTl4zKN3— IIHF (@IIHFHockey) February 4, 2020Mong-Won ChungChung is the 64th builder to make it into the Hall of Fame and the very first Korean in the Hall. He established Anyang Halla, the first Korean ice hockey team, in 1994. He also helped create the Asia League in 2003 and was the architect of the Unified Korea 2018 Olympic women’s ice hockey team.It’s time to announce the latest inductees to the IIHF Hall of Fame! Joining the Builder category is Mong-Won Chung, a chief architect of Korean ice hockey and the Unified Korea 2018 Olympic women’s ice hockey team. @KIHAICEHOCKEY Story: https://t.co/IVkTqQHN51 pic.twitter.com/wuFJOGzrqh— IIHF (@IIHFHockey) February 4, 2020 There are currently 229 members of the IIHF Hall of Fame but that number will inflate in May when these five men are inducted. Russia leads all countries with 35 members with Canada just one behind and with both nations welcoming one additional member in 2020, Russia will maintain its slim lead.MORE: How Canada won the 2020 IIHF World Junior ChampionshipCountyInducteesRussia35Canada34Sweden30Czech Republic24United States24Finland20Germany13Slovakia9Switzerland5Austria4France4Great Britain4Hungary3Japan3Denmark2Italy2Latvia2Romania2Slovenia2Belarus1Belgium1Bulgaria1Kazakhstan1Norway1Poland1Ukraine1*Class of 2020 inductees are not reflected in the table aboveYou can find the complete list of inductees, including year inducted and category by clicking here .Alexei YashinYashin played in nine World Championships, winning gold at his first in 1993 before adding a silver (1998) and bronze (2005) to his collection. He also won gold (1992) and silver (1991) with Russia at the World Junior Championships and won silver (1998) and bronze (2002) medals at the Olympics (placed in fourth in third and final Olympic Games in 2006).In the NHL, Yashin played 850 games over the course of 12 seasons with the Ottawa Senators and New York Islanders.The first Player inductee to the IIHF Hall of Fame Class of 2020 is a big one! The IIHF Hall of Fame welcomes “Captain Russia” AKA ice hockey star Alexei Yashin to its pantheon of legends. @russiahockey Story: https://t.co/JJWzP9pSkS pic.twitter.com/S7Xt8Sv7B0— IIHF (@IIHFHockey) February 4, 2020Mark StreitThe longest-tenured Swiss player in NHL history has solidified his spot and rightfully so. Streit played 12 seasons in the NHL, totaling 786 games. He earned his only Stanley Cup with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2017.Streit captained Switzerland at the World Championships in nine of his 13 career tournaments. He was also Switzerland’s captain in three of his four Olympic Games in 2006, 2010 and 2014 (was not captain in 2002 Olympics).The next Player Inductee to join the IIHF Hall of Fame is a true legend that inspired many of today’s Swiss ice hockey stars. Congratulations Mark Streit on joining the Class of 2020! Stay tuned as we announce the inductees! Story: https://t.co/r7o5N8Mutg @SwissIceHockey pic.twitter.com/EMxSBOlQRz— IIHF (@IIHFHockey) February 4, 2020Kimmo TimonenThe four-time Olympic medalist from Finland cracks the Hall of Fame ballot. Winning silver in 2006 and bronze in 1998, 2010 and 2014, Timonen was a steady blueliner for the Finland International Team. He also won three silver medals at the Wolrd Championships in 1998, 1999 and 2001.Timonen overcame significant blood clots in 2014 that could’ve ended his career. Instead, he battled back and won the Stanley Cup in 2015 with the Chicago Blackhawks. A four-time NHL All-Star, Timonen played for the Nashville Predators, Philadelphia Flyers and Blackhawks during his 16-season NHL career.A major blueline upgrade for the IIHF Hall of Fame, as the Class of 2020 welcomes Finland’s Player Inductee Kimmo Timonen! Just two more inductees left to be announced! Story: https://t.co/JJWzP9pSkS pic.twitter.com/JPep2klB5d— IIHF (@IIHFHockey) February 4, 2020Mathias SegerSeger represented Switzerland in four Olympic Games from 2002 to 2014 and played in an IIHF record 16 World Championships. He also spent 17 seasons with the ZSC Lions in the NLA; he never played in the NHL.