Drunken son fatally stabs pa after quarrel

first_imgRandy meanwhile sustained injuries on the head. He was brought to the Western Visayas Medical Center in Mandurriao district for medical treatment. Charges will be filed against him. Officers of the Dingle police station said the killing may have been triggered by a land conflict between the Humpays./PN Reynaldo Humpay, 69, had a heated argument with his son Randy, 46, a police report showed. Reynaldo, despite sustaining stab wounds on the chest and stomach, managed to retaliate by hitting his son’s head using a hard object.Reynaldo was rushed to the Dingle Rural Health Clinic where the attending physician declared him “dead on arrival.”center_img The altercation led to Randy stabbing his father at around 9 p.m. on May 31. Police said the suspect used a 10-inch knife. ILOILO City – What started out as a drinking spree turned deadly between a father and his son in Barangay Licu-an, Dingle, Iloilo.last_img read more

Cricket News Eng vs Ind 1st Test: India surrender as England win by 31 runs

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The England vs India first Test match at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground is turning out to be a cracker of a contest as the game stands balance after three days of exciting cricket. The Day 4 of Edgbaston Test is expected to go down the wire as the game is still in the balance. The equation is simple, India need 84 runs to win and England need 5 wickets to bag the match.However, England have the slight edge considering the way their bowlers have found life in the second innings. But with Virat Kohli and Dinesh Karthik at the crease for the sixth wicket and Hardik Pandya and the lower order ready to come, India still have hopes of winning this match.James Anderson (1/33), Ben Stokes (1/25) and Sam Curran (1/17) all chipped in with wickets to kept Indian pegging at every interval. There were starts for Shikhar Dhawan (13), KL Rahul (13) and Ravichandran Ashwin (13) who was promoted to number six. No one could stay at the crease for long.England vs India 1st Test Day 4 Highligts and SCORECARD:# Eng vs Ind 1st Test: India surrenders as England win by 31 runs # 49.6 Overs: OUT! Another wicket, and this time Ishant Sharma is the victim of Adil Rashid’s googly. India 154/9# 46.6 Overs: OUT! Caught by Bairstow!! Shami departs! India in trouble! Shami c Bairstow b Stokes 0(3) India 141/8# 46.3 Overs: OUT! Kohli departs, Ben Stokes strikes with a belter of an inswinger. Kohli lbw b Stokes 51(93) India 141/7# After 45 Overs, India are 133/6, Kohli 51* and Hardik Pandya 13*#03:40 PM: Will Hardik rise to the occasion?: Hardika Pandya comes out in the middle. The big question is will Hardik Pandya rise to the occasion? If he does, he will get respect, praises and will cement his place in World Cup squad, but if he fails he will nothing of them. Broad comes from another end.  #03:35 PM: Anderson to start with first over: OUT! Jimmy Aderson does it for England once again. Last ball of the first over of the day and Karthik commits a crime.. tries to play and outswinger from Anderson. Dude.. you can’t do that, at least learn something from your skipper standing on the other end.#03:00 PM: Hello and welcome to the News Nation live updates. Indian skipper Virat Kohli is standing tall in front of England and victory. Kohli, who scored a brilliant century in the first innings will start the day four of the first Test at Edgbaston with a hope of bringing some pride to India. To win the match, India need 84 runs with five wickets in the hand. Stick with us as we bring you all the live updates of Edgbaston Test.last_img read more

USC going for fourth straight victory in Thursday bout

first_imgLooking for their fourth straight victory, the Trojans welcome the Cal Bears to the Coliseum for a Thursday night clash. Both teams are coming into the game with an overall record of 4-3. USC is 3-2 in conference play and Cal is 2-2.Brian Chin | Daily TrojanBear trap · Sophomore defensive back Marvell Tell III (left) and senior linebacker Michael Hutchings (right) are part of a defense tasked with stopping a Cal offense that has the second highest pace in the nation.USC has not lost to Cal since 2003 and has limited them to 15 points per game during that time, but head coach Clay Helton is preparing his team for what he anticipates will be an up-tempo and high-scoring affair.“The other thing we worked on was third-down efficiency,” Helton said. “This is a group that as you watched them at Oregon had a 15-play drive, 14-play drive, 13-play drive … so the biggest thing for us with any quarterback is trying to get him off his spot.”Cal’s senior quarterback Davis Webb has Helton’s attention as one of the elite passers in the conference. Davis has thrown 27 touchdowns this year, the most in the conference and the second-most in the country. Davis also leads the Pac-12 in passing yards per game with 368.7 and total offense per game with 356.4 yards.Davis’ success has partially been due to his connection with redshirt junior wide receiver Chad Hansen, who leads the conference in receiving yards per game with 128.3. Hansen is recovering from a foot injury and his status for Thursday’s game is hopeful said Cal head coach Sonny Dykes.Cal plays at a frenetic pace, averaging 89.6 plays per game, the second most in the nation.“When you’re dealing with an explosive team like that and a quarterback like that, it’s just something you have to be ahead on,” senior linebacker Michael Hutchings said.The Trojans have had plenty of time to prepare though, coming off of a bye week. By contrast, Cal played their last game just six days ago. It is the first time in conference history that a team has had to play a short-week conference game on the road against a team who is coming off of a bye week.“We have had a chance to get up ahead of them mentally and game-plan wise and schematically,” Hutchings said. “So hopefully that pays off — the extra hours we put in the film room and getting a chance to watch them this week.”While Helton emphasizes a bend-but-don’t-break attitude for the defense, he also expects the offense to pick the defense up and score points of their own.“We focused a lot on our red zone game plan and what I think is really going to be the most important aspect of the game,” Helton said. “Any time you deal with a team that scores 43 points, you better be scoring points of your own.”Without senior running back Justin Davis, who Helton said was doubtful for Thursday’s game, the brunt of the run game will fall to sophomore Ronald Jones II. Cal’s defense gives up an average of 270 rushing yards per game, and Jones is looking to take advantage.“We’ll have to pick up the load,” Jones said. “We don’t really look too much into rankings, we’re just going to go out there and do what we do.”Playing without Davis two weeks ago when the Trojans faced Arizona, both Jones and fellow running back sophomore Aca’Cedric Ware heavily influenced the game, with Ware rushing for a career-high 103 yards.“The teams that have struggled against Cal are the ones that have gone three-and-out and three-and-out in a hurry,” Helton said. “When you are playing a team that puts up big drives, you have to sustain your own drives, have ball control and make those third downs.”USC is 26-11-3 all-time in Thursday games, but will face a staunch challenge this week if they hope to keep their unblemished home record this season. Thursday’s game kicks off at 7:30 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN.last_img read more