The win sends the Bengals (14-4) to the AFC Championship Game against top-seeded Kansas City at Arrowhead Stadium next Sunday. “We came into their home field, they put up 10 freaking points and we got 27,” said Bengals defensive lineman D.J. Bengals ain’t this — Bengals ain’t that. We just keep chopping and keep playing on Sunday.”Cincinnati quarterback Joe Burrow set the tone on the opening drive. On the ground, the Bengals dominated and piled up a total of 172 yards, led by Joe Mixon’s 105 yards on 20 carries.
The crime then moved to Scioto County, where the Scioto County Sheriff’s office became involved. “The suspect approached a business and attempted to pull a victim back into her vehicle and take her vehicle. Employees of the business went to the aid of the victim and got into an altercation with the suspect,” Thoroughman continued in his email. The suspect was transported to SOMC and Ironton PD and BCI investigators responded to take custody of the suspect. Suspect apprehended https://www.portsmouth-dailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/28/2022/10/web1_apprehended-1.jpg Suspect apprehendedBy Joseph PrattReach Joseph Pratt at (740) 353-3101, by email at [email protected], © 2022 Portsmouth Daily Times, all rights reservedReach Joseph Pratt at (740) 353-3101, by email at [email protected], © 2022 Portsmouth Daily Times, all rights reserved3 months ago Portsmouth Daily Times
One of my earliest memories with Jerry was hitchhiking with Jerry from his childhood home in Ft. Wayne, Indiana to Portsmouth. When our oldest daughter, Mandy, was around three years old I told Jerry, “I don’t think she will come to you. Some of Shane’s earliest songs, even though not written about Jerry, could have been. I accepted the Lord that day.”Shane wrote another song a while back titled “Hitchhikers” that I loved and that Jerry and I could both relate to. Some people try it but it’s no help, cuz the way the map is written son it ain’t quite drawn to scale…We’re all hitchhikers, we’re all just fighters, a half-used pack of smokes without a lighter.3 months ago Portsmouth Daily Times
Wheelersburg softball wins second state championshipThe Lady Pirates softball program climbed the mountain top for the second time in program history this spring — defeating Massillon Tuslaw 5-2 in the Division III state softball championship game at Akron’s Firestone Stadium. I’m so excited for these boys, because this feeling of winning a league championship game is something that they are never going to forget and will have always with them. Each program won district championships and reached the ‘Elite 8’ of Ohio softball, falling to the eventual state champions in the regional finals. After his successes in Dayton, Holden announced he would be transferring to join the Ohio State Buckeyes men’s basketball program where he is currently a part of Coach Chris Holtmann’s rotation. https://www.portsmouth-dailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/28/2022/12/web1_IMG_2975-1.jpg The Wheelersburg Lady Pirates softball program celebrates its 5-2 victory over Massillon Tuslaw in the Division III state championship game at Akron’s Firestone Stadium.1 month ago Portsmouth Daily Times
What’s been saidIan Burchnall‘It was a good exercise (4-1 Papa John’s Trophy win against Exeter in Tuesday night). ‘Portsmouth are a top team in this division, they’ll come really well supported and it will be a big challenge. Advertisement Hide AdPompey travel to Forest Green Rovers today for the very first timeDanny Cowley‘For us, it’s always about trying to utilise (any disappointments, like Monday’s defeat to Charlton). ‘It’s always the response and I think we have a great opportunity on Saturday to try to respond in a really positive way.’Forest Green team newsForward Matty Stevens and defender Udoka Godwin-Malife are the only members of the Forest Green Rovers squad currently in the treatment room. Pompey team newsPompey are waiting on the results of scans before knowing the extent of Marlon Pack and Michael Jacobs’ respective injuries.3 months ago Portsmouth News
The Lord Arthur Lee in West Street, Fareham, is set to be closed alongside six other JD Wetherspoon pubs. The pub shot to prominence in May 2003 when a banned drinker smashed his car through the front doors before driving around inside the bar. Customers dived for cover as the driver reversed his Vauxhall Cavalier into the pub and crashed into the bar. Before he crashed his car into the pub he had broken 12 of the building's windows with a large weightlifter's dumbbell. The Lord Arthur Lee Pub in Fareham West Street.2 months ago Portsmouth News
And the 34-year-old revealed he planned to see out his career at Pompey – until Kenny Jackett intervened. The ex-Bournemouth man plundered 25 goals in his maiden season, becoming the first Pompey player to break the 20-goal barrier in 15 years. ‘Whereas a lot of players that I played with at Pompey struggled, I loved it, I loved being the main man that season. Advertisement Hide AdBrett Pitman skippered Pompey to the Checkatrade Trophy in March 2019. Picture: Joe Pepler‘Throughout my career at whichever club, whenever I’ve been the main man in terms of goals that’s when I’m at my best, that’s when I’m thriving.3 months ago Portsmouth News
After beginning the campaign at Bognor Regis Town he spent a very short spell with another Isthmian Premier League outfit, Horsham. Former Portsmouth midfielder Charlie Bell celebrates his goal last night in the Wessex League derby win at Baffins. Two of those, however, were against Hampshire Premier League opposition in Paulsgrove in the Russell Cotes Cup last weekend, and one was a penalty. He is now likely to start in this weekend’s Wessex Premier trip to Fareham Town. People say it’s a gamble, that’s he not the Ryan Pennery pre-ACL injury.3 months ago Portsmouth News