A man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and her two brothers in West Palm Beach claimed the three tortured him and his son, according to a report from Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.Investigators arrested 41-year-old Yuniel Martinez De La Cotera on Wednesday night on three counts of first-degree murder with a firearm.Deputies say he killed 40-year-old Yasnai Moliner Yera, 25-year-old Yasmar Alfaro-Yero, and 25-year-old Yusnier Alfaro-Yera outside a home on Cole Street.In the 911 call, the suspect said he killed his ex-girlfriend and her two brothers in self-defense.He claimed they tortured him and kicked him out of the house.According to the report, deputies found no evidence to support his claims of self-defense.Martinez De La Cotera is set to appear in court on Friday morning.
By Colin BynoeARGUABLY the most entertaining and skilful game of this year’s Digicel Schools Nationwide Football, Region 6 leg was played on Tuesday at the Skeldon Back Centre ground,The two teams Port Mourant Training Centre (PMTC) and Vryman’s Erven Training Centre showcased their determination and skill, making use of on-target passes and eye-catching goalkeeping.For both teams, goalkeeping was outstanding. At the end of the 70 minutes’ regulation time Port Mourant Training Centre (PMTC) were the better team registering two well-executed goals.The game commenced at 15:30hrs under clear skies at a frenetic pace, which continued throughout the 70 minutes.PMTC received a golden opportunity in the 4th minute to score their first goal, as Vryman’s Erven committed a terrible defensive error in the 18-yard box resulting in a penalty kick for PMTC. The chance to score off the penalty was squandered as the ball landed straight in the goalkeeper’s lap, giving him an easy save.Neil Hutson gave PMTC the lead in the 17th minute with a blast from the left of the 18-yard box into the back of the net, leaving the Vryman’s Erven goalkeeper visibly shocked.PMTC pushed for their second goal and pierced the net, courtesy of Joleel Roberts, in the 21st minute. By halftime the score was 2-0.A determined Vryman’s Erven Training Centre rekindled their strategy in the second half by replacing their first-half goalkeeper. As a result, this move brought some pride for Vryman’s Erven as they displayed more courage in the second half.In the second half, multiple goal-scoring moments highlighted the skilful nature of the goalkeepers – leaping, diving and effortlessly saving goals. By the end of regulation time the score remained 2-0 in favour of the well-oiled PMTC.The competition continues today with quarter-final action at the Skeldon Back Centre.The first game starts at 13:30hrs. Siparuta Secondary will come up against Skeldon High and at 15:30hrs Corentyne Comprehensive confront JC. Chnadisingh Secondary.
With its season-opening tournament rapidly approaching this Friday, the University of Wisconsin women’s tennis team is ratcheting up their preparations for this season. Under new leadership, however, things may be different for the Badgers.Head coach Brian Fleishman has announced senior Katya Mirnova and junior Jessica Seyferth as team captains. While both are first-time captains, Fleishman has no doubts about his new captains’ leadership abilities.“It was pretty much a no-brainer,” Fleishman said of the decision to elect Mirnova and Seyferth.After last year, when the Badgers finished 68th in the NCAA and ninth in the Big Ten, Fleishman was faced with the task of replacing his two departing senior captains, Liz Carpenter and Erin Jobe. With only one senior on the team this year, Mirnova was an easy choice.“Katya, being our only senior, was asked by [the coaches], ‘Hey, do you want this your senior year?’ and she pretty much just laughed and said, ‘Of course I do!’” Fleishman said. “She’s one of those players that leads by example.”With one captain in place, Fleishman did not have much trouble deciding on Seyferth as the second.“With Jessica, basically you can’t have any more pride in the university than she does,” Fleishman said. “She wants this team to do well, and that’s the only reason she came here, to make the team better. [Choosing her] was pretty much a done deal.”As a freshman from Madison’s Memorial High School, Mirnova initially had no desire to serve as a captain. It was not until last year, her junior year, when Mirnova began to have aspirations to be one of the team’s leaders.“I never thought about it my freshman and sophomore years,” Mirnova said. “Then, as I became a junior, I started to think about it more, and I watched Liz Carpenter as a captain and I think she fulfilled her role perfectly. That’s when I started thinking about it and actually really wanted to become a captain.”For Seyferth, being a captain was always a definite goal. A two-year captain in high school, serving as captain for the UW was the logical next step.“I’ve always wanted to be captain of a college team,” Seyferth said. “It was definitely an honor and a position I was willing to take up with Katya. I think we’ll do a good job of leading the team this year and motivating everyone.”For Fleishman, being captain of his team is more than just a title. While some leadership roles in sports have been labeled overrated or unnecessary, Fleishman bestows certain responsibilities upon his captains.“One of the responsibilities, first, was over the summer, [Seyferth and Mirnova] were supposed to keep in touch with all the players, incoming and current, and make sure everyone was staying in shape, which they did a tremendous job of,” Fleishman said. “Once the team [began practicing], we were that much ahead of the game already. Day-to-day operations … their responsibilities are big, but they’ve accepted the challenge.”After beginning last year with a 2-1 record, the Badgers faltered around midseason. The worst stretch began with the onset of conference play, in which the team lost its first eight Big Ten matches. This year, Seyferth and Mirnova are already focused on improving both the team’s performance and attitude.“I think I can help [the team] emotionally and mentally,” Mirnova said of her role as captain. “Just keeping everyone intense when they’re feeling tired or worn down, or easing up on them when they’re feeling pressure.”“Getting [the team] motivated earlier,” Seyferth said of her first goal as captain this year. “[I want to] stay positive and let them know that we can do something bigger than ourselves and keep up the spirit.”This year, the Badgers begin the season in nearby Elm Grove at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic. The tournament begins Friday and will conclude Sunday afternoon. After a monthlong span of tournaments in October, the team will return to play its home opener Jan. 1 against UW-Milwaukee at the Nielsen Tennis Stadium. With Fleishman, Mirnova and Seyferth all agreeing the transition to their new roles as captains has been seamless, the team is excited about its potential this season.“I always have better expectations than the last year,” Seyferth said. “Each year, I think our team is improving, so I have really high expectations, and I expect people to step up.”
Highlight Games’ SOCCERBET goes live with Iforium July 29, 2020 Related Articles Highlight Games goes global with ComeOn deal June 19, 2020 Submit Share Share StumbleUpon Highlight Games goes live with MaxBet June 26, 2020 HD virtual sports specialist Highlight Games has secured a new agreement with SuperSport to supply its Soccerbet product.The agreement sees Highlight Games supply both single match and league versions of its Soccerbet product across SuperSport’s online, mobile and retail divisions – both of which will be made available in both English and Italian.Soccerbet will feature footage from English football teams including Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, Spurs and Arsenal,“I’m delighted to announce this partnership with SuperSport,” said Nick Gardiner, Co-CEO, Highlight Games.“The demand for quality content via online and mobile channels is currently higher than ever, and Highlight Games is committed to working with operators across the globe to deliver its products as efficiently as possible.“With our video virtual sports players can access games 24/7 and experience the thrill of sports betting from the comfort of their own homes at a time convenient to them – it’s a win win for players and operators alike.”Additionally, IIHF Ice hockey and NBA Last 60 will also be offered via SuperSport’s online and mobile channels and in retail venues.“SuperSport is excited to be bringing Highlight Games’ unique products to its customers,” Radim Haluza, CEO, SuperSport added.“Soccerbet offers players a compelling alternative to live sports betting; footage of favourite teams and players with real commentary and real action – it’s the perfect solution in the absence of live events. We look forward to launching additional products from Highlight Games, including NBA Last 60 on our online, mobile and retail channels in the near future.”