Arlington Raceway hosts Aug. 1 Sibley County Shootout special

first_imgARLINGTON, Minn. – IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars bat­tle it out for $1,500 to win and a minimum of $100 to start at Arlington Raceway’s Wednesday, Aug. 1 Sibley County Stock Car Shootout.Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods run for $750 to win and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks for a $400 top check that evening.IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, re­gional, Minnesota State and local track points will be awarded at the draw/redraw show.Pit gates open at 4 p.m. Racing starts at 7 p.m. Grand­stand admission is $15 and pit passes are $30.More information about the Geib Well and Water and MS Trucking-sponsored Stock Car Shootout is available at the www.arlingtonraceway.com website or by calling 507 380-6998.last_img

49ers vs. Seahawks final score: Seattle wins instant classic on last-second OT field goal

first_imgD.J. Jones uses his grown man strength for the sack! #GoNiners @djjones_44📺: #SEAvsSF on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/SlB0VG2nT7 pic.twitter.com/EYV5S3rdIp— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 20198:31 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, 49ers. San Francisco’s drive stalls, and 49ers kicker Chase McLaughlin — filling in for the injured Robbie Gould — connects from 43. San Francisco 3, Seattle 0.8:21 p.m.: A defensive holding penalty wipes off an interception by cornerback Shaquill Griffin. The 49ers drive continues. 8:17 p.m.: San Francisco begins with the ball following a touchback. The Seahawks and 49ers played past midnight on the East Coast on Monday night, needing until the final second of overtime to decide a winner. Seattle kicker Jason Myers put a 42-yarder through the uprights to take a 27-24 win, dishing the 49ers their first loss of the season and tightening the NFC West race.San Francisco was in position to win the game on the prior drive, but rookie kicker Chase McLaughlin — filling in for an injured Robbie Gould — badly shanked a 47-yard field goal attempt. MORE: Three takeaways from the Seahawks’ win in OT thrillerThat was one of many wacky plays Monday. There were two scoop-and-scores (one by each team) and two turnovers inside the red zone (both by Seattle).San Francisco raced to a 10-0 lead, but the Seahawks scored 21 points in a row to take a 21-10 lead to the fourth quarter. After the 49ers evened the game again, the teams traded field goals on their final drives to head to overtime.There were five possessions in the extra period. Seattle was at the 14-yard line on the first drive, but Wilson threw his second interception of the season. A missed field goal and two punts later, the Seahawks got another chance, and they delivered.Sporting News tracked live scores, updates and highlights from the NFC West classic on “Monday Night Footbal.”49ers vs Seahawks score Q1Q2Q3Q4OTFinal49ers100014024Seahawks0714332749ers vs. Seahawks live updates, highlights12:06 a.m.: FIELD GOAL, Seahawks. Jason Myers makes a game-winning 42-yarder to cap a great back-and-forth affair. Seattle tightens the NFC West race and dishes the 49ers their first loss of the season. Seahawks 27, 49ers 24.THE GAME WINNER.42 [email protected] WIN! #Seahawks #SEAvsSF pic.twitter.com/FdijK2Nueb— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 201912:04 a.m.: Seattle will attempt a 42-yard field goal on the final play of the game.12:03 a.m.: Wilson scrambles for 18 yards on third-and-3, and the Seahawks are inside the 25 after a couple more plays.Russ runs into 49ers territory. #Seahawks📺: #SEAvsSF on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/SlB0VG2nT7 pic.twitter.com/22JMJhkqRw— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 201912:00 a.m.: Happy Tuesday, everybody. San Francisco goes three-and-out on a trio of Garoppolo incompletions. The 49ers took 25 seconds off the clock, and Seattle has the ball at its own 36 with 1:25 left.11:58 p.m.: Wilson’s pass is broken up on third-and-2. Not the best punt, and the 49ers take over on their own 20 with 1:50 to play and one timeout.11:55 p.m.: The Seahawks are on their own 45 at the 2-minute warning.11:53 p.m.: MISSED FIELD GOAL, 49ers. McLaughlin’s 49ers debut had been going well, but he badly misses a 47-yarder for the win. The discussion will be about the third-and-2 play that led to it, which was ruled short of the first down but easily could’ve gone the other way. It stood following a review.Parecía que @49ers podía ganar pero… ¡LO FALLÓ! 😱24-24 #SEAvsSF #NFLMX #GoNiners #NFL100 pic.twitter.com/9zKI7AtSEI— NFL México (@nflmx) November 12, 201911:47 p.m.: Garoppolo hits Raheem Mostert to convert a third-and-6, and the 49ers are at the 30-yard line one play later.11:44 p.m.: INTERCEPTION, 49ers. Wilson doesn’t put enough air under his pass, and Dre Greenlaw makes a great play to pick it off. Then, Greenlaw returns it just across midfield. Another massive play by the 49ers defense.INTERCEPTED!The @49ers pick it off and return it across the 50! #GoNiners @DreGreenlaw📺: #SEAvsSF on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/SlB0VGjZhH pic.twitter.com/9n0zwDex9r— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 201911:42 p.m.: The Seahawks are in the red zone. Wilson saved the NFL from some controversy by nullifying a dodgy “in the grasp call” and converting a third-and-16.11:35 p.m.: Seattle wins the coin toss and will begin overtime with the ball. If you’re new here, a touchdown on the first drive wins the game, but the 49ers get the chance to answer a field goal.End fourth quarter: Seahawks 24, 49ers 2411:29 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, 49ers. Garoppolo and the offense do just enough on play after play, and the rookie McLaughlin hits a 47-yarder to tie the game with 1 second left in regulation. This game has lived up to the hype. Seahawks 24, 49ers 24.CHASE MCLAUGHLIN.The undrafted rookie ties it from 47 yards out! #GoNiners📺: #SEAvsSF on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/SlB0VGjZhH pic.twitter.com/CqNUmUO0t3— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 201911:25 p.m.: Garoppolo’s first pass of the drive should’ve been intercepted but instead goes right through the hands of a Seahawk defender and falls incomplete.11:23 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, Seahawks. The 49ers get a huge stop on third-and-1, but Seattle goes up a field goal with 1:45 to play. Seahawks 24, 49ers 21.11:05 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, 49ers. Bourne drops another would-be first down, and San Francisco settles for a game-tying field goal. Seahawks 21, 49ers 21.10:51 p.m.: SCOOP-AND-SCORE, 49ers. San Francisco scores on an absurd play. The D-line swarms Wilson, who fumbles the ball into the hands of offensive tackle Germain Ifedi. Fred Warner promptly punches the ball away from Ifedi, DeForest Buckner picks it up and is in the end zone shortly after. The 2-point conversion is good. Seahawks 21, 49ers 18.What just happened…?!TOUCHDOWN, @49ers defense! #GoNiners📺: #SEAvsSF on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/SlB0VGjZhH pic.twitter.com/uHBN5UxDf3— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 2019End third quarter: Seahawks 21, 49ers 1010:36 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Seahawks. The short field turns into points, as Carson plunges in from inside the 1-yard line. Seahawks 21, 49ers 10.10:32 p.m.: FUMBLE, 49ers. Clowney’s monster game continues. He swats the ball away from Garoppolo, and the Seahawks fall on it.CLOWNEY COMIN’ 😤😤😤 @clownejd📺: #SEAvsSF on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/SlB0VG2nT7 pic.twitter.com/E0aeERufje— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 201910:26 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Seahawks. Wilson scrambles to get a first-and-goal. Then, he lobs a pass into the end zone, where Jacob Hollister comes down with a one-handed catch to give Seattle its first lead of the night. Seahawks 14, 49ers 10.With @DangeRussWilson … the play is never over. 😳 #Seahawks take the lead!📺: #SEAvsSF on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/SlB0VGjZhH pic.twitter.com/5jqOT7MzOb— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 201910:23 p.m.: INTERCEPTION, Seahawks. Bourne has a pass go off his hands and into the hands of Quandre Diggs, who was just traded to Seattle from the Lions. Diggs returns it to inside the red zone.The @Seahawks defense comes up BIG.Quandre Diggs intercepts Garoppolo and returns it inside the red zone. @qdiggs6 #Seahawks📺: #SEAvsSF on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/SlB0VGjZhH pic.twitter.com/rhU4sG8cQM— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 201910:12 p.m.: Another sack on third down ends a Seattle drive.10:07 p.m.: TURNOVER ON DOWNS, 49ers. On fourth-and-2 in no-man’s land, Garoppolo throws incomplete.10:01 p.m.: FUMBLE, Seahawks. Rashaad Penny coughs it up just across midfield, and the 49ers recover. Another big stop from San Francisco.Another turnover for the stout @49ers defense 💪 #GoNiners📺: #SEAvsSF on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/SlB0VGjZhH pic.twitter.com/d5NvjLus06— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 201910:00 p.m.: Seattle begins with possession in the second half.Halftime: 49ers 10, Seahawks 79:34 p.m.: DK Metcalf was inside the 5-yard line, but then Jaquiski Tartt ripped the ball away from him. The play was whistled dead on the field but overturned. A huge play to help preserve San Francisco’s lead at the half.Jaquiski Tartt strips DK at the goal line! 😱Big turnover for the @49ers defense. #GoNiners @Quaski29📺: #SEAvsSF on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/SlB0VG2nT7 pic.twitter.com/0Nr5t6ixVM— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 20199:23 p.m.: SCOOP-AND-SCORE, Seahawks. Jadeveon Clowney picks up a sack-fumble forced by Jarran Reed and goes 10 yards into the end zone to get Seattle on the board and inject some life into the game. 49ers 10, Seahawks 7.SCOOP AND SCORE.Jarran Reed forces and @Clownejd takes the fumble to the house! #Seahawks @1j_reed📺: #SEAvsSF on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/SlB0VG2nT7 pic.twitter.com/SLVEGMEnch— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 20199:11 p.m.: Already missing George Kittle, the 49ers offense takes another hit.Emmanuel Sanders (rib) questionable to return— Jonathan Jones (@jjones9) November 12, 20199:04 p.m.: San Francisco brings a blitz on third down and earns its second drive-ending sack.Comin’ in HOT 🔥 @fred_warner with authority 😤 #GoNiners pic.twitter.com/ytApBFR3Dx— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) November 12, 2019End first quarter: 49ers 10, Seahawks 08:53 p.m.: The 49ers force another three-and-out. Seattle’s time of possession in the first quarter will be less than four minutes.8:48 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, 49ers. San Francisco goes 83 yards on seven plays. The only third down was a third-and-8 from the 10-yard line, which ended with a 10-yard touchdown pass to Kendrick Bourne. 49ers 10, Seahawks 0.Bourne to score TDs. 🙌 @BournePoly11 @49ers up 10-0 in the first quarter. #GoNiners📺: #SEAvsSF on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/SlB0VG2nT7 pic.twitter.com/83zmflFdcr— NFL (@NFL) November 12, 20198:35 p.m.: DJ Jones destroys backup center Joey Hunt and takes down Wilson on third down. Seattle goes three-and-out.last_img read more

Save the date A Costa Rican abroad encounters social calendars

first_imgThere can be major adaptations in a minor culture shock. In terms of way of life and social norms, the gap between Costa Rica and the United States is narrow enough that I didn’t worry too much when I first moved to the States. After all, I learned English when I was 5 or 6, played “Candy Land” during my childhood and, like many Costa Ricans of my generation, can sing the full lyrics of the opening theme of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” dubbed in Spanish in a screechy voice that Will Smith would most certainly disown.What did I need to know that wasn’t already there in the nine seasons of “Seinfeld,” every 90s boy band song, and Tom Sawyer’s practical wisdom? I wasn’t coming from a country where women wore burqas or you had to go on a squat toilet. I was coming from a country that, for better or worse, had long received the influence of the United States. I felt like I had the best of both worlds: salsa and Madonna, tamales and cheeseburgers. I had enhanced my already rich Latin American identity with thoroughly assimilated aspects of U.S. culture. Except they weren’t quite as assimilated as I thought.The first thing I felt upon arriving in New Jersey was loneliness. Of course, that’s a common feature of the expat experience anywhere, but being Costa Rican is a particularly gregarious phenomenon. Perhaps due to the fact that most of us live very close to our family, our school friends and almost any person we’ve ever met, our lives are always crowded – physically, emotionally and chronologically. I’ve heard many U.S. friends say that one of the wonderful things about getting married is that, on your wedding day, you gather all the people from the different stages of your life into one place. Well, that’s what being Costa Rican is like. All. The. Time.There are obvious advantages to having an overpopulated private life. You can always call Uncle Dilson when the car breaks down. Chances are someone you know will drive by while you wait for him. Going to a fancy party means a pilgrimage to some 15 closets, where you can borrow clothes from your cousins, your high school friends or your colleagues. And there’s the occasional local celebrity spotting at the supermarket, where it’s not uncommon to peek into a congresswoman’s shopping cart, take a selfie with a national football team player, or delve into the eating habits of that anchorman from the six o’clock news.But even serious extroverts want some control over their social interactions. You don’t want to keep running into your old boyfriends when you are trying to find a new one. You don’t want to learn, at a family lunch, that your boss is also your third cousin twice removed. You don’t want a night out at the movies to look like, well, your college reunion. People sometimes need anonymity. They need the diluted collective experience that Ticos, by virtue of country size, are rarely afforded.So when I say I felt lonely I don’t mean it in the existential no-one-gets-me kind of way. I mean it in the where-the-hell-is-everybody kind of way. I was 25 and had just understood that being surrounded by strangers is just another form of solitude. For once in my life, I had to reach out. Socializing required intention. And Americans, at least the ones I know, are particularly good at that.I remember the first time I got one of those “save the date” emails. People wanted me to tell them what I was doing the second Saturday of the following month. What? I didn’t know what I was doing the following hour. There are only two moments when Costa Ricans plan ahead: New Year and Holy Week. And that’s only if you want to go to the beach. Everything else falls into a somewhat spontaneous (read chaotic) exchange.Which is not to say that Americans are not spontaneous or that Costa Ricans never agree to meet 10 days later. It is just that, overall, there is more structure to socializing here. Life, especially life in a city, requires that you think about the frequency with which you want to see people. It asks that you form an opinion on how to allot your free time the following week and the week after that. It asks that you remember the complexity of other people’s networks and how you are only one part of your friends’ social architecture. It requires a sense of direction. Social direction.I might never assimilate this completely, but it has helped me in ways I’m only beginning to understand. Whenever I’m back in Costa Rica now, I have a keen awareness of what my social priorities are. I miss those long talks over coffee at my mom’s place, so I make room for them. I need those soul-searching conversations with my friends at one in the morning, so I make them happen. I construct my social life, at a deliberate pace and with a deliberate course. There’s nothing stale in planning when and where and how you see your loved ones. It might be a way of letting them know how much you care. As for my old belief that I already had the best of both worlds – on the treasured occasions when I can combine the gregariousness of Costa Rica with the thoughtfulness of U.S. social life, I feel that I actually do. Raquel Chanto is a lawyer and policy wonk trying to survive international bureaucracy in Washington, D.C. In the new monthly column “Please Send Coffee!” she explores aspects of Costa Rican culture and how they contrast with life abroad. 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