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Team of the Decade

first_imgJessie Vetter led an unstoppable Badger defense during their title run.[/media-credit]Domination.Of all the superlative words that could describe the 2006-07 Wisconsin women’s hockey team, only that really encapsulates what the Badgers did en route to their second national title.Consider this: UW only had one loss, tied or broke 18 NCAA records and had two goaltenders with goals against averages under 1.00.Numbers don’t always tell the story, but in this case, the statistics are enough. Wisconsin outscored its opponents by just over three goals per game to lead the nation in scoring margin. They were first in power play and penalty kill percentage. The Badgers gave up an NCAA-best 36 goals in 41 games, never gave up more than three goals in a single game and posted 18 shutouts. Nobody scored more than UW’s 166 goals that season.Led by senior Sara Bauer’s 72 points (24-48-72), the Badgers had four players in the top 10 nationally in total points on the season. All but two players on the team registered at least an assist on the season — even sophomore goaltender Jessie Vetter had two assists.UW’s goaltending tandem of Vetter and senior Christine Dufour helped the Badgers lead the nation in scoring defense at 0.88 goals against per game. UW went 36-1-4 that season, the only blemish being a 0-2 loss to Minnesota-Duluth Nov. 24, 2006. The Badgers started the season 13-0-1, and after their only loss, finished the season on a 26-game unbeaten streak. Highlights included a 10-0 win at Robert Morris and a 2-1 OT win at No. 7 UMD in early February.Wisconsin’s biggest hurdle on its path to the title was its first game of the NCAA Tournament, a triple-OT battle against Harvard at the Kohl Center. Harvard goaltender Brittany Martin almost single-handedly kept the Crimson in the game, making 67 saves — the sixth-highest single-game total in NCAA women’s D-I history.UW’s Jinelle Zaug finally broke the stalemate, scoring after 127:09 minutes of play to send the Badgers to the semifinals after the second-longest women’s college hockey game ever.With the win, UW head coach Mark Johnson would return to Lake Placid, N.Y., where he was a member of the “Miracle on Ice” team 17 years ago. The Badgers would face much less adversity there, cruising to a 4-0 win over St. Lawrence and avenging their only loss with a 4-1 victory over UMD in the title game.The Wisconsin women won three national titles in the 2000s — or half of UW’s total team championships during the decade. While all three seasons were great successes, the second championship stood head and shoulders above the rest. With a second consecutive national title and 18 NCAA records set, the 2006-07 women’s hockey team is easily the team of the decade at UW — if not everywhere else, too.Honorable mentions: 2005-06 men’s hockey, 2008-09 women’s hockey, 2006-07 men’s basketball, 2000 volleyball.UW athletics saw a lot of good years this decade and a few great ones. The 2006 men’s hockey title team did a good job to earn the program’s sixth championship, while the volleyball team’s run to the title game was also great. The UW men’s basketball team earned its first No. 1 AP ranking in 2007, but lost in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.last_img read more

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Sumner County Docket: April 29, 2015 report

first_imgState of Kansas v. Dale Church, Jr. — Case No: 15 CR 114.Date of birth: 1938 Address: Wellington.Charges:Count 1 – Domestic battery, Class B misdemeanor.Count 2 – Disorderly conduct, Class C misdemeanor.Date of alleged crime: April 11, 2015.Case description: Church is accused of recklessly causing bodily harm to a family member by striking and grabbing her. The fight allegedly caused others to be alarmed enough to call the sheriff. State of Kansas v. Shawn Jimenez — Case No: 15 CR 110.Date of birth: 1978 Address: Wellington.Charges:Count 1 – Defective windshield, traffic infraction.Count 2 – Possession marijuana, Class A misdemeanor.Count 3 – Possession drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor.Date of alleged crime: April 8, 2015.Case description: Jimenez is accused of driving a motor vehicle on a public road with a damaged front windshield which obstructed the driver’s clear view of the road. Jimenez allegedly had a baggy containing marijuana residue in his pocket and more marijuana in a wooden box in his vehicle. There was also a brass marijuana pipe in the box. State of Kansas v. Agustus Tracy — Case No: 15 CR 108.Date of birth: N/A Address: ArgoniaCharges:Count 1 – Driving under the influence, first offense, Class B misdemeanor.Count 2 – Consumption/possession of cereal malt beverage by a minor, second offense, Class C misdemeanor.Count 3 – Transporting an open container, first offense, unclassified misdemeanor.Count 4 – Illegal registration – Unclassified misdemeanor.Count 5 – Refusal of PBT – traffic infraction.Date of alleged crime: August 10, 2014.Case description: Tracy is accused of operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration level of .08 or more and drinking a cereal malt beverage or alcoholic liquor under the age of 21. He also allegedly had no car registration and he refused to take a preliminary screening test. State of Kansas v. Bryan Bowdre — Case No: 15 CR 107.Date of birth: 1982 Address: Towanda.Charges:Count 1 – Possession of drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor.Count 2 – Possession methamphetamine, Level 5 drug felony.Date of alleged crime: April 16, 2015.Case description: At the Kansas Star Casino, Bowdre is accused of having a methamphetamine in a pipe in his pocket when he was arrested for an outstanding warrant from Augusta Municipal Court. State of Kansas v. Kaycia Hatfield — Case No: 15 CR 112.Date of birth: 1989 Address: Wellington.Charges:Count 1 – Theft, Class A misdemeanor.Date of alleged crime: March 26, 2015.Case description: Hatfield is accused of stealing a silver necklace with pendents and two gold rings, valued less than $1,000. State of Kansas v. Daisy Buckley — Case No: 15 CR 109.Date of birth: 1982 Address: Wichita.Charges:Count 1 – Fraudulent use of driver’s license, Class B misdemeanor.Count 2 – Forgery, Level 8 felony.Date of alleged crime: April 2, 2015.Case description: Buckley is accused of using a driver’s license issued to another person at the Kansas Star Casino, and using that same person when filling out a W-9 IRS form to claim a jackpot for $1,200 State of Kansas v. Nicholas Reedy — Case No: 15 CR 116.Date of birth: 1982 Address: Caldwell.Charges:Count 1 – Disorderly conduct, Class C misdeanor.Count 2 – Aggravated battery, Level 4 felony.Count 3 – Criminal Deprivation of motor vehicle, Class A misdemeanor.Count 4 – Theft, Class A misdemeanor.Count 5 – Burglary of a vehicle, Level 9 felony.Count 6 – Aggravated robbery, Level 3 felony.Date of alleged crime: April 22, 2015.Case description: See related story. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The following are a list of criminal court complaints recently filed by the Sumner County Attorney’s office.These are formal charges introduced into the Sumner County District Court system. The suspects listed in the complaint have not been tried by a judge or jury unless specified otherwise. All citizens are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.•••••State of Kansas v. Raymond Glover — Case No: 15 CR 104.Date of birth: 1961 Address: Milan.Charges:Count 1- Possession Methamphetamine, Level 5 drug felony.Count 2 – Possession drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor.Date of alleged crime: April 11, 2015.Case description: Glover is accused of having a small quantity of methamphetamine in cigarette pack on him and a glass smoking pipe in his pocket. State of Kansas v. Joshua Coldiron — Case No: 15 CR 106.Date of birth: 1992 Address: Mulvane.Charges:Count 1 – Possession Marijuana, Class A misdemeanor.Count 2 – Possession drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor.Date of alleged crime: August 16, 2014.Case description: Coldiron is accused of having a Marlboro cigarette package in his pocket an a white metal marijuana pipe in his Chevy pickup. State of Kansas v. Sylvester Provencio — Case No: 15 CR 115.Date of birth: 1994 Address: Caldwell.Charges:Count 1 – Battery, Class B misdemeanor.Count 2 – Disorderly conduct, Class C misdeanor.Count 3 – Aggravated battery, Level 4 felony.Count 4 – Criminal Deprivation of motor vehicle, Class A misdemeanor.Count 5 – Theft, Class A misdemeanor.Count 6 – Burglary of a vehicle, Level 9 felony.Count 7 – Aggravated robbery, Level 3 felony.Date of alleged crime: April 22, 2015.Case description: See related story. State of Kansas v. Robert Heasty — Case No: 15 CR 105.Date of birth: 1949 Address: Wellington.Charges:Count 1 – Aggravated Assault – Level 7 felony.Count 2 – Interference with law enforcement – Level 9 felony.Date of alleged crime: April 10, 2015.Case description: Heasty is accused of using immediately bodily harm with a deadly weapon, by taking out a brown, lock-blade knife about 4 to 5 inches long out of his pocket and telling another person to leave when he came over to collect his apartment rent. He then was instructed to step outside by law enforcement but instead retreated to his room. When the police officer grabbed his arm to say he was under arrest, Heasty allegedly then physically resisted being handcuffed.last_img read more

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