Padilla was detained in the lockup cellof the Jaro police station. ILOILO City – A suspected drug pusherwas arrested in Barangay Tabuc Suba, Jaro district. No bail bond was recommended for histemporary liberty./PN Police identified him as 32-year-old RingoPadilla, a resident of the village. Padilla’s arrest last week was staged onthe strength of an arrest warrant issued by Judge Rosario Abegadil Dris-Villanueva,of the Regional Trial Court in relation to drug charges the suspect faces.
Facebook Twitter Google+ PHILADELPHIA — Dominic Lamolinara has been through the grind of college lacrosse. He’s played for two storied programs — first Maryland, now Syracuse — in two hotbeds of lacrosse. He’s been a walk-on and a transfer, a starter and a backup goaltender, playing the position with more pressure than any other.And after Monday, he can add a strong performance in a national championship game to his already crowded resume.“He really played solid, especially in the second half,” SU head coach John Desko said. “He not only made good saves, made some spectacular saves, some one-on-one saves that allowed us to be in the game today.”Lamolinara made 11 saves — eight in the first half as his team led and three in the second as he faced a barrage of shots in Syracuse’s 16-10 NCAA championship loss to Duke.He opened up the game by stuffing midfielder Jake Tripucka at the doorstep in the opening minute, but for the most part the Orange defense did a good job keeping the Blue Devils away from the net.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLater in the quarter, though, Lamolinara made perhaps his best save of the game when Duke midfielder David Lawson used a spin move to get free at the net. Lamolinara made one of the one-on-one saves that Desko raved about to preserve SU’s shutout first quarter.“Yeah, they stopped us,” Duke attack Josh Dionne said, “but I think it was more we were stopping ourselves because we were just trying to make a play instead of playing the way we know how to.”Lamolinara turned away eight of the 13 shots on goal he saw in the first half, but was left out to dry in the second. There was nothing he could do when the Blue Devils won 11-of-17 faceoffs, his offense rushed possessions and he saw an onslaught of 23 shots, 14 of which found their way on goal. A game where Lamolinara stopped less than 50 percent of the shots he saw, felt like a victory anyway.The biggest victory of all, though, on a day that Syracuse lost the biggest game of its season, was the affirmation that Lamolinara could get it done on any stage. Since taking over for Bobby Wardwell at halftime of a win over Johns Hopkins on March 16, he’s passed every test thrown in front of him.He starred in the Big East tournament, backing an otherworldly defense, and played three stellar NCAA tournament games before proving his mettle again on Monday.“A couple (shots) in these playoff games could have gone in and we might have been watching today,” Desko said. “But fortunately we weren’t, and we had the opportunity to play in this game. I think a lot of it had to do with Dom.” Comments Published on May 27, 2013 at 9:00 pm Contact David: firstname.lastname@example.org | @DBWilson2 Related Stories DEVIL’S X: Faceoffs doom Syracuse as Duke beats Orange 16-10 in national championship gameDuke’s plethora of offensive weapons one-ups Syracuse at own gameWilson: Seniors Marasco, Megill leave behind polished legacy despite loss in championship gameRice carries Syracuse offense as Orange builds 5-goal lead, fades away in second half of NCAA title game
Zlatan Ibrahimović has not yet confirmed that he will continue his career in Manchester United, but no one doubts that anymore. Even his agent Mino Raiola announced that next season Ibrahimović will try to take revenge on Guardiola with whom he bears a grudge since the time he was in Barcelona.“Pep has a Ferrari, and he drove it as if it was a Fiat,” Zlatan described his adventure in Barcelona.“He wants to revenge on Guardiola, although he does not live for that. It seems like that is his destiny. There are options for him to go to the Premier League, but we will not say anything while Sweden is in EURO,” Raiola said and added that Zlatan finds Pep a good coach, while he is a bad man in Raiola’s opinion.(Source: nap.ba/photo: nap.ba)