By Mike McGuireDAVENPORT, Iowa (June 19) – Justin Kay, Milo Veloz Jr. and Austin Moyer were mid-season championship feature winners Friday at Davenport Speedway.Kay took the lead from Brian Harris on lap five en route to his third feature win in five Petersen Plumbing & Heating IMCA Late Model main events this season. Andy Nezworski started 16th, had a strong run and finished second. Chuck Hanna nipped Brian Harris for third at the checkered flag.Veloz topped a huge field of Milan Heating & Air IMCA Modifieds. Veloz started fifth and took the lead from Mitch Morris on lap seven of the 20-lap feature. After a couple of cautions near halfway, Veloz cruised to the win by almost a straightaway over Chris Zogg and Tony VonDresky.The Hawkeye Auto IMCA Northern SportMods saw Austin Moyer score his first win of the season at Davenport. Moyer led every lap on his way to victory lane. Tony Olson finished in second, followed by Jarrett Franzen.
Elaine Everage Kemker, 92, of Milan passed away at 9pm, Friday, December 28, 2018 at the Margaret Mary Hospital in Batesville. She was born at Hyman in Knott County, Kentucky on October 23, 1926 the daughter of Aster and Polly Ann Morgan Everage. She was married to Lee Kemker on August 28, 1946 and he preceded her in death on January 2, 2004. Survivors include one son Bill Kemker of Milan; two daughters Diane Gordon of Rexville, and Linda (Joe) Scoggins of Milan; 8 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law Pat (Claude) Morris of Moores Hill and Reva Everage of Milan, and special nephew Brad Everage. She was also preceded in death by her parents, her grandsons Jason Kemker and Tommy Gordon, her granddaughter Stacey Erdman, and her brothers RC, John Paul, and Carter Everage. Mrs. Kemker was a 1945 graduate of Versailles High School. She was a former employee at Camp Atterbury and had also worked as a secretary in Cincinnati. She also worked as a secretary for the Jesse Taul Insurance Agency in Versailles, as a dietician for Ripley Crossing in Milan, and was the owner of the former White Pine Restaurant in Versailles. Elaine was a member of the First Baptist Church in Milan and was a former member of the Versailles Baptist Church. Funeral services will be held at 5pm on Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019 at the First Baptist Church in Milan with Rev. Harris Long officiating. Visitation will begin at 3pm, also at the church. Memorials may be given to the First Baptist Church or Camp Woodsmoke in care of the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles.
In his next spell, he bowled full and bowled around the short of a length area. Bumrah mixed his length well and continued to choke the flow of runs needed for Australia to sustain momentum. When he came onto bowl in the final 10 overs, generally considered the death overs, Bumrah was in his elements. The right-arm pacer beat the outside edge of Stoinis as he used the angle and seam well to generate movement of the deck. After eight overs, Bumrah had remarkable figures of 8-0-14-0. With only three overs remaining and with Australia having lost momentum scoring just 51 runs in 13 overs and losing five wickets, the stage was set for a Bumrah special. However, it backfired. After conceding a couple first ball, Jhye Richardson used the pace to guide a full ball to the third man fence. Bumrah pitched it up outside off and Richardson drove brilliantly to the deep extra cover fence. When he responded with a yorker, Bumrah showed off his angry side and hurled a mindless throw back onto the stumps. However, it ricocheted and defeated Rishabh Pant’s attempt to stop the ball and he conceded another four runs. When Pat Cummins steered a full ball to the third man fence, 19 runs had come off the 48th over. Bumrah conceded four boundaries in the over. He had not conceded a single four in eight overs. Australia had tipped the match in their favour slightly. Another boundary in the final over by Richardson saw Bumrah conceding 25 runs in two overs as Australia ended on 272/9. The figures of 10-0-39-0 are not bad considering how the rest of the bowling fared on the Kotla deck. However, the bowling spell of Bumrah summed up the roller-coaster time he has endured in this series. Jasprit Bumrah had figures of 8-0-14-0 before the death overs.Bumrah has taken five wickets in the entire series.India has lost only once in the Feroz Shah Kotla to Australia. New Delhi: Jasprit Bumrah is currently the No.1 ODI bowler in the ICC rankings. His ability to bowl perfect yorkers at the death and maintain his accurate line, length on a consistent basis has made him a class apart from the rest of the bowlers. By his own lofty standards which he has set ever since he burst on to the scene in the Sydney ODI against Australia, this current series has not actually lived up to his stature. After a brilliant performance in the Vizag T20I, Bumrah was attacked in the Bangalore match as Australia won the series 2-0 for the first time. In the ODIs, he had a moderate game in Hyderabad before sealing the deal in Nagpur with a brilliant spell of 2/29. In the game in Ranchi, he went wicketless and had an economy rate of 5.3 and in Mohali, he was undone by the dew factor as he was carted for 63 runs despite taking three wickets. In Delhi, his see-saw momentum continued. Australia had made a decent start after winning a crucial toss. Usman Khawaja and Aaron Finch gave Australia a fast start. Bumrah came onto bowl in the seventh over and he immediately restricted the flow of runs. His plan to bowl back of a length and on a good length around the off stump area worked wonders. In his first four overs, he conceded just eight runs. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. highlights