Kicker Hofrichter impresses Syracuse coaches, hopes to contribute right away in 2015

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ In practice, Armwood (Fla.) High School’s offense was on one side of the field, and the defense was on the other.Kicker Sterling Hofrichter had to stand near midfield to kick field goals over the offense. Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer and quarterbacks coach Tim Lester were in attendance, and saw him make a field goal upward of 55 yards.Ever since then he’s been SU’s top kicking target.“Coach Shafer saw that and I guess he was really impressed,” Hofrichter said. “They want me, and that was basically what got me.”Hofrichter was the only kicker that Syracuse wanted for its Class of 2015. SU was the only school that gave him an offer. And on Friday the two made the pairing all but official when Hofrichter announced his verbal commitment to the Orange, becoming the 16th verbal commitment to Syracuse’s Class of 2015.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHe is listed as 5 feet, 10 inches and is a two-star recruit, according to Scout.com. He will finish his senior year at Armwood High School before coming to Syracuse.“I was hoping I’d get a scholarship to a big-time Division I school,” Hofrichter said. “It’s a great feeling to go D-I and go to an (Atlantic Coast Conference) school.”Hofrichter figures to have a good chance to get immediate playing time at Syracuse.Both Ross Krautman and Riley Dixon will have graduated. Ryan Norton will be a senior, but he only made 10-of-15 field goals last season, his longest kick measuring at 44 yards. Incoming freshman Evan Jakubowski, a preferred walk-on, will likely be Hofrichter’s other competition.Said Hofrichter: “I’m just going to continue putting in hard work, show how accurate and how consistent I can be and hopefully I can get a spot as a freshman.” Comments Related Stories Kicker Hofrichter commits to SyracuseSyracuse snags 3-star safety Fredrick’s commitmentcenter_img Published on June 28, 2014 at 3:48 pm Contact Sam: sblum@syr.edu | @SamBlum3last_img read more

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No. 4 Syracuse tops No. 6 Stanford, 2-1, in overtime

first_img Published on August 28, 2015 at 9:50 pm Contact Sam: sjfortie@syr.edu | @Sam4TR No. 4 Syracuse (1-0) went on the road to No. 6 Stanford (0-1) and captured a 2-1 victory in overtime.In the match’s 84th minute, Syracuse’s Laura Hurff shot her corner in front of the net. A scramble ensued. Shots by Emma Russell and Roos Weers were stopped by Stanford goalie Dulcie Davies, who denied 11 Syracuse attempts Friday. But the next attempt, by Emma Lamison at 83:25, wasn’t blocked. Her game-ending goal gave Syracuse the win. It was Lamison’s first career goal for the Orange after the junior transferred from Northeastern for the 2015 season.Though Davies stopped Weers’ shot in overtime, the Syracuse sophomore had also scored her first career goal for the Orange — the first of the team’s season — in the contest’s eighth minute when she put home a pass from Alma Fenne. Weers was also assessed a yellow card during the second half.Senior goalie Jess Jecko, who made four saves in the game, allowed her first goal of the season in the second half when Stanford’s Maddie Secco tied the game at 1-1, which is where it stood until the end of regulation.Despite the deadlock, the Orange dominated in shots. At the end of the first half, shots were 17-4 in SU’s favor. In the overtime period, the Orange continued dominating in that aspect, garnering five chances before Lamison found the back of the net.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse also held a significant advantage in corners (16-1) over Stanford. The Cardinal took its only corner in the first half, while Syracuse took three in the 13 minutes of overtime alone.The Orange stay in Stanford, California for its next game against University of California Davis at 7 p.m. on Aug. 29. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Trotter making his mark in Borland’s absence

first_imgJen SmallWhen redshirt senior linebacker Chris Borland went down with a right hamstring injury in the first quarter against Illinois Oct. 19, Wisconsin already had built a commanding 21-0 lead over the ailing Illini.Through one quarter of play, Wisconsin had allowed zero points and showed no signs of slowing.In other words, Borland’s replacement for the rest of the game didn’t need to be perfect. He just needed to play well enough to prevent the Illini from climbing back into the game.Enter redshirt junior linebacker Marcus Trotter.In the three quarters that followed, the Wisconsin defense would loosen up somewhat without it’s leader on the field — Illinois managed to put 32 points on the scoreboard before the game was done — but Trotter didn’t disappoint his teammates or the Wisconsin fans who made the four-hour drive to Champaign, Ill.On the night, Trotter would lead the defense with nine tackles — four more than his season total at that point — and even managed to grab a fumble recovery.For many college players without much game experience, being called to action at the drop of a hat would be considered a nightmare, but Trotter said a similar situation last year in which Borland was injured against Indiana helped prepare him mentally should the situation arise again.“The previous year against Indiana, the same thing happened,” Trotter said. “It was a really tight game. I think we were pulling away at the end of the third quarter, and Borland got hurt and I went in. I think that really prepared me for this year if that were to happen.”One week later, Trotter followed up his performance at Illinois with his first career start at Iowa Saturday. Again he led the team in tackles — again amassing nine over four quarters of play.With Trotter coming off the bench having seen little time on the field, redshirt senior linebacker Ethan Armstrong attributed the two-time academic all-Big Ten linebacker’s intelligence for the relatively seamless transition between Borland and Trotter.“His biggest strength is his head, his smartness,” Armstrong said. “His ability to read and recognize things and take it from the practice field into the game have really helped him.”Still, ask Trotter if he was pleased with either of his performances, and the conversation quickly changes direction. It’s not that he didn’t enjoy helping his team earn two back-to-back wins or leading the defense in tackles. But when you play backup to one of the best college inside linebackers in the country, the bar is set pretty high.“I’ve learned a lot from [Borland],” Trotter said. “Some of the things he can do, you can’t teach. Just to know that maybe someday I might get that same opportunity to lead the team is always good motivation to improve.”Escaping from the shadowsAnd yet, as Trotter finally begins to enter the weekly conversations of Badger fans across the country, his two weeks in the spotlight for Wisconsin almost didn’t happen.Four years ago, as a senior at Marquette High School in Milwaukee, Trotter was convinced that he would choose Minnesota on signing day. His brother, Michael, who had played with him at Marquette, had been getting more attention from colleges and had already decided on Wisconsin.That year, the Hilltoppers ran all over the Greater Metro Conference to the tune of a 14-0 record, with Michael getting most of the credit. If Marcus went to UW with him, he risked staying in his brother’s shadow yet again.“I don’t know why, but I thought it would be a good opportunity for me to go there and maybe try something new,” Trotter said.But when the day came, Marcus chose Wisconsin — eager to prove himself as a walk on.“Deep down in my heart, I knew I wanted to play with my brother,” Trotter said.Fast-forward through the first few years of both their college careers and things have gone how most observers would have expected. Michael went on to play in 25 games in the 2011 and 2012 season, starting three times. Meanwhile Marcus played sparingly in nine games.This year, however, things have been different.Through eight games this season, Marcus has played in five, including his lone start against Iowa on Nov. 2. Meanwhile, Michael has appeared in just 3 games.And yet, despite the competitive nature of their relationship, their bond as brothers runs even deeper. In fact, over the last two weeks, Michael claims he has become Marcus’ loudest, most obnoxious cheerleader.“I think if you would have filmed me during the game, you’d be like, ‘Wow, this guy is ridiculous,’ because every time he made a tackle I was really excited,” Michael said. “I’m Marcus’ biggest fan. …  It’s hard not to get antsy for him.”While Marcus’ days in the spotlight this season may soon be fading as Borland becomes healthy enough to play once again, both brothers have their eyes on a starting spot next year.Should their plans work out, the brothers hope to end their college football days in a similar fashion to their high school days: dominating the competition on their way to a conference title.“I think when the time comes that Marcus and I get to play on the field together again, it is going to be so much fun,” Michael said. “At Marquette senior year he made my job so easy … so I get excited thinking about us doing that again.”last_img read more

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Men’s hockey: Eaves sticks to familiar rhetoric, maintains Badgers still improving

first_imgDespite a loss and a tie between Wisconsin men’s hockey (6-13-7 overall, 1-8-3 Big Ten) and No. 6 ranked Michigan (18-4-5, 9-2-3) this past weekend, head coach Mike Eaves said his team is headed in the right direction.“We’re not where we want to be but we’re forging to that point,” Eaves said.A 4-1 loss Friday night and a 4-4 tie, which ended in a shootout loss Saturday night, dampened the Badgers’ spirits during an already disappointing season. Close losses have been a continual theme this season, forcing Eaves to repeatedly discuss how close his team is to improvement.“In Michigan we talked about the term ‘flirting with victory,’ and we did that there, losing 6-4 and [tying] 6-6,” Eaves said. “On Saturday night, [nearly winning] happened several times, we’ve come off the bench and shaken the other coaches’ hands, and they’re very complimentary to our group, but that and 90 cents will get you a cup of coffee, not a ‘W.’”Going into the Michigan series, Wisconsin had not played for two weeks and lacked opportunities to stay fresh. But with the team now playing every week, Eaves said they can continue to get better as they welcome another conference opponent, Michigan State (7-20-3, 3-10-1), the only Big Ten team the Badgers beat this season.Though the team hoped for more progress, Eaves praised his players for how they have handled themselves during the season and the chemistry they’ve developed.“When you’re not winning, it’s really easy to get negative and this group has gone the other way,” Eaves said. “They’ve gotten closer as a group. They’re able to accept the accountability challenge. From an inside out standpoint, that’s really healthy.”As the Badgers approach the end of the regular season, hoping to build on the positives. But Eaves did not want to say exactly where he sees the team in the future.“I think it would be hard to paint a picture of what it is without limiting us or selling us short,” Eaves said. “I would want to say something goofy like we could do something really special, but that might be reaching, or if I limit us, that’s not fair at all.”With only eight games remaining, Eaves said the lineups could still change going forward and they plan to mix up the combinations as they prepare for Michigan State. Eaves thinks his players are still inconsistent and wants more out of them, making it hard to speculate on their futures.So for now, Eaves, in his 13th season, is sticking to his same rhetoric: the Badgers are still improving.last_img read more

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Top players in action later today

first_imgRory McIlroy plays alongside world number one, Jordan Spieth and Jason Day. Graeme McDowell is paired with American duo, Billy Horschel and Bill Haas. While Shane Lowry also has some American partners this evening, going around the Doral Resort with Jimmy Walker and Kevin Na.last_img

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‘I’m Coming To Win,’ Ghana’s Ayiitey Warns Afonja Warrior     …

first_img“He holds no surprises for me. I’ve seen him fight on many occasions and can confidently say he is not as good as me. I am going to Ghana with the belt. Ghana has always been ahead of Nigeria in sports,” he bragged.The biggest fight on the night will see Nigeria’s Oto “Joe Boy” Joseph take on Abdulrahim Ahmed of Egypt for the vacant African Boxing Union (ABU) lightweight title. Olaide “Fijaborn” Fijabi will also fight for the ABU light welterweight title against Michael “Tyson” Odhiambo of Kenya.Also in the welterweight category, Rilwan “Baby Face” Babatunde will take on Chijioke “Painless” Nigige for the vacant national title. The lighweight division will see Rilwan “Real One” Oladosu go up against Kehinde “Ijoba” Badmus, while Jimoh “Hogan Jnr.” Lukman will fight Rilwan “Scorpion” Opatola.In the middleweight division, Matthew “Wizeman” Obinna will fight David “Cosmos”Awosika in a challenge bout.Tickets for the event are available online at ariiyatickets.com, SLOT and Ebeano Supermarket outlets, Freedom Park and National Stadium, Lagos.Free bus rides are available to take ticket holding fans from the stadium to the venue and back. Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram GOTV BOXING NIGHT 13    Arye Ayiiteh, contender for the West African Boxing Union (WABU) middleweight title, has vowed to dethrone reigning champion, Nigeria’s Abolaji “Afonja Warrior” Rasheed, when they meet at GOtv Boxing Night 13 on 26 December.The event, which will feature musical performances by Small Doctor, Simi, Falz and Reekado Banks, will witness seven bouts. Speaking from his Accra base on Sunday, Ayiitey said he is familiar with Afonja’s style, having watched him fight at various editions of GOtv Boxing Night.last_img read more

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Texans vs. Jets: Time, how to livestream, where to watch on TV

first_imgThe Jets, who had been trending in the opposite direction as the Texans, snuck out a 27-23 win over the Bills last week to end a six-game drought. Sam Darnold, who had missed his previous three games with an injured foot, returned to throw for 170 yards. Running back Elijah McGuire rushed for 60 yards, the second-highest total of his career.Houston sits in first place in the AFC South right now and is lining up to be the No. 3 seed in the AFC, while the Jets playoff hopes are squashed. Their role for the final three games will essentially be to play spoiler.Here is everything you need to know to tune into Texans vs. Jets. MORE: Watch the NFL live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial)What time and date is Texans vs. Jets?The Texans and Jets will be the first Saturday game of the NFL season and will be played on Dec. 15 at 4:30 ET. This will be the third non-Sunday game of the season for both Houston and New York. Where will Texans vs. Jets be played?MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. will host Saturday’s game. The Jets are just 2-4 at home, while the Texans are 4-2 on the road, seemingly giving them the edge despite the lack of home-field advantage. How can you stream Texans vs. Jets?Texans vs. Jets can be streamed at fuboTV (7-day free trial) or on Amazon. It can also be watched on cable via NFL Network. Who is favored between the Texans and Jets? The Texans are favored by six points and the over/under is 41 1/2. After having their 9-game winning streak snapped last week, the first place Texans will try to get back on the winning path during a rare Saturday afternoon game against the Jets.Houston dropped a close 24-21 contest in Week 14 to the Colts, losing its standing as the NFL’s hottest team, letting up nearly 400 passing yards to Andrew Luck in the defeat. Deshaun Watson has thrown for 13 touchdowns and two interceptions in his last seven games, and totaled 302 yards against Indianapolis.last_img read more

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Semi-finals for Baby Jet U16 tourney confirmed

first_imgThe semi-final pairings for the maiden Baby Jet U-16 tournament have been confirmed with Great Somas taking on Dansoman Barcelona while Cedar Stars will slug it out with Bolga Soccer Masters. The matches are scheduled for Saturday, September 2 with the final also taking place the same day. However, of the four teams, it is Great Somas who have done theirs in style. They booked their place winning all three games in the group stage thanks to their star man Mathew Cudjoe. The Takoradi-born forward, who is nicknamed Messi has lit up the tournament with breathtaking displays. He became the first player to net a hat-trick as Somas bested Togo Elite 4-0 in their final group stage game.  MILESTONE!! Mathew Cudjoe of Great Somas scored the first hat trick of the tournament. 5 goals in 3 games, fantastic young lad. 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 #BJU16Tourney pic.twitter.com/lvG0AXZSlz— Fredrick Gyan-Mante (@Freddie_GH) August 31, 2018He also has a total of three MVP awards, more than any player plus is the top scorer with five goals. ”ªSEMI-FINAL 1: Great Somas v Dansoman Barcelona ”ªSEMI-FINAL 2: Cedar Stars v Bolga Soccer Masters.”ªPOPULAR REQUEST – Attram de Visser v Cheetah FClast_img read more

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Griffin Canning allows three homers in Angels’ loss to Baltimore Orioles

first_imgPreviousBaltimore Orioles pitcher John Means delivers against the Los Angeles Angels in the first inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)Baltimore Orioles second baseman Hanser Alberto, left, throws to first after getting the force-out on Los Angeles Angels’ Andrelton Simmons, right, on a ground ball hit by Albert Pujols in the third inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)Los Angeles Angels pitcher Griffin Canning reacts after giving up two home runs against the Baltimore Orioles in the second inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsBaltimore Orioles’ Dwight Smith Jr. pats his helmet while rounding third on his two-run home run against the Los Angeles Angels in the third inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)Los Angeles Angels second baseman Tommy La Stella dives for a pop up hit by Baltimore Orioles’ Jonathan Villar in the fourth inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout, left, is congratulated by Albert Pujols after hitting a solo home run against the Baltimore Orioles in the third inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)Baltimore Orioles’ Dwight Smith Jr. follows through on a two-run home run against the Los Angeles Angels in the third inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)Baltimore Orioles’ Stevie Wilkerson follows through on a solo home run against the Los Angeles Angels in the second inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)Los Angeles Angels pitcher Griffin Canning throws against the Baltimore Orioles in the first inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)Baltimore Orioles pitcher John Means delivers against the Los Angeles Angels in the first inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)Baltimore Orioles second baseman Hanser Alberto, left, throws to first after getting the force-out on Los Angeles Angels’ Andrelton Simmons, right, on a ground ball hit by Albert Pujols in the third inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)NextShow Caption1 of 9Baltimore Orioles second baseman Hanser Alberto, left, throws to first after getting the force-out on Los Angeles Angels’ Andrelton Simmons, right, on a ground ball hit by Albert Pujols in the third inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 12, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)ExpandBALTIMORE — Griffin Canning’s third big league start was a mixed bag of positives and negatives.Taking the mound after a 2-hour, 42-minute rain delay, Canning gave up three homers in the Angels’ 5-1 loss to the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday afternoon.The homers, of course, were the primary negative for Canning. He gave up solo shots to Chris Davis and Stevie Wilkerson in the second and a two-run shot to Dwight Smith Jr. in the third. Canning also walked four.“I don’t think I was very sharp today,” Canning said. “I don’t expect to have my stuff every single time. It’s something I need to work through. I made some good pitches, but they definitely jumped on my mistakes.” Catcher Kevan Smith, however, saw positives in the way Canning handled the negatives.“What’s awesome is whenever he doesn’t have his best stuff or isn’t spotting up where he wants to be, he can still give us a solid five innings,” Smith said. “He’s not getting pushed out in the first, second or third inning.”Canning actually came up one out shy of finishing five innings, even though he’d allowed four runs after just recording one out in the third inning. The Angels needed Canning to get them as deep as possible because the bullpen had been taxed from Matt Harvey’s four-inning outing the day before.So Manager Brad Ausmus left Canning on the mound to throw 101 pitches, equaling the most from an Angels pitcher all season. Canning had never thrown 90 pitches in a regular season game as a professional, before Sunday.Canning hit the 90-pitch mark while striking out No. 3 hitter Trey Mancini in the fifth inning. He then came back and struck out Davis. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img “I think he finished strong,” Smith said. “The way he pitched Chris Davis at the end, he needs to ride that momentum.”Canning struck out six, increasing his total to 19 in his first three big league games, which equaled an Angels record held by Shohei Ohtani and Tim Fortugno.After three starts, Canning has a 5.65 ERA. He’s struck out 19 and walked six in 14-1/3 innings.“What I love about him is he’s a competitor,” Smith said. “He’s calm out there. It’s like he’s been there before. That’s a great trait for any guy to have in his first three starts. He’s going to have outings like this. He’s going to have great outings. He just needs to keep learning, to minimize his mistakes and keep giving the team innings and competing.”He suffered his first big league loss on Sunday because he left a deficit too great for the Angels to overcome on a day they got their first look at Orioles lefty John Means.A 26-year-old rookie, Means has come out of nowhere to become one of the Orioles pleasant surprises. The former 14th-round pick worked his way into the Baltimore rotation and now has a 2.33 ERA.The Angels’ only run against Means in six innings was on Mike Trout’s ninth homer of the season.Otherwise, they had a few potential rallies scuttled by double plays. After having two runners on in the first and second, the Angels did not have multiple runners on for the rest of the game.Although Means doesn’t have the raw stuff that Canning does, he did what Canning could not. He threw strikes and executed his pitches, as the hitters got themselves out.“Means is a great example of attacking the strike zone and keeping hitters off balance,” Smith said. “You’re not in the box scared he’s going to overpower you. You’ve got to stay within yourself and not try to hit the ball out of the park. You can’t get too big.”last_img read more

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Skating rink in Winfield closes due to not paying sales tax; but owner says it will reopen

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (4) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +4 Vote up Vote down Melinda · 286 weeks ago you are blaming this on ONE DAY that the bank was closed??? What about every day before then??? Good Grief. Sounds like a lousy excuse if you ask me. Report Reply 0 replies · active 286 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down JustMe · 286 weeks ago You don’t rack up $44,000 in sales tax payments over the weekend. Obviously a problem for quite some time. Report Reply 0 replies · active 286 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down Guest · 286 weeks ago It can be very difficult to keep a small business afloat in this economy. I hope they are able to get everything squared away and reopen. Report Reply 0 replies · active 286 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down beenthere · 286 weeks ago Small business owners just don’t stand a chance these days. Taxed to death!!!! Report Reply 0 replies · active 286 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments By Shane Farley, Newscow.net — Interskate 77 in Winfield will resolve its sales tax issues with the state of Kansas and reopen soon, rink owner Keith Anglemyer said Monday.“If the banks were open, we’d have it settled today,” he said.On Sunday, the state seized the business, located at 515 Main, for failure to pay $44,000 in sales tax. The rink will remained closed until the matter is settled and assets could be auctioned off to pay taxes owed if a settlement is not reached.Officers seized all known bank accounts, on-site cash, inventory and personal property assets belonging to Anglemyer.In a brief interview with KSOK News, Anglemyer said the average number of skates had dropped in the past couple years. That in turn caused income flow problems.“We are starting to see increases in skate activity,” he said. “Especially birthday parties. We hope this doesn’t become an issue in the future.”Anglemyer said he has been working with state tax officials since the seizure and hopes to have the skating rink open this week.“It’s never been about making money,” he said. “But obviously we didn’t want the business to get into this shape. We’re working to have it resolved but the banking holiday has complicated matters.”Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more

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