METAMORA TOWNSHIP, Ind. — A body was found Friday off U.S. 52 in Metamora Township.Police are investigating if it is the body of a Cincinnati woman who has been missing for weeks.A farmer who owns the land called police around noon Friday telling them he found a body on his property.Therese Barrett was reported missing May 9.Police said she suffers from unknown medical and mental issues that require medication.Her car was found off U.S. 52. May 10.
ST JOHN’S, Antigua,( CMC) – Hanuma Vihari and Ajinkya Rahane both gathered half-centuries as India’s three-day warm-up match against West Indies A petered out into a stalemate here Monday.Resuming from their overnight 84 for one at Coolidge Cricket Ground, India declared their second innings on 188 for five with Vihari top-scoring with 64 and Rahane stroking 54.Off-spinner Akim Fraser eventually accounted for both to finish with two for 43.Set 305 for victory, West Indies reached 47 for three before the game was called off at the scheduled tea break.Kavem Hodge, who top-scored with 51 in the first innings, fell cheaply for five after miscuing a pull at pacer Jasprit Bumrah to square leg while Brandon King’s run-a-ball 14 ended when he edged a drive at off-spinner Ravi Ashwin to slip.And opener Jeremy Solozano’s hour-long vigil over 16 ended when he missed a forward defensive stroke to left-arm spinner Ravi Jadeja and was lbw.Vihari and Rahane had earlier dominated in a second wicket stand which they stretched to 96 before being separated.The right-handed Vihari, resuming on 48, reached his half-century off the fourth ball of the morning with an edged boundary off pacer Marquino Mindley.All told, he faced 125 balls and struck nine fours and a six while opener Rahane, starting the day on 20, counted five fours and a six off 162 balls in just over 3-½ hours.The match is the only warm-up for India before the opening Test starting Thursday at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground.DRAWN CONTEST..INDIA 1st Innings 297 for six decl.West Indies A 1st Innings 181India 2nd Innings(overnight 84 for one)M Agarwal c wkp Hamilton b Shepherd 13A Rahane c Harding b Fraser 54H Vihari lbw b Fraser 64+R Pant run out 19R Jadeja c Solozano b Pierre 9+W Saha not out 14R Ashwin not out 10Extras (lb2, nb3) 5TOTAL (5 wkts dec, 78 overs) 189Fall of wickets: 1-22, 2-118, 3-147Bowling: Mindley 8-2-22-0, Harding 5-0-15-0 (nb1), Shepherd 9-6-22-0, Carter 5-2-3-1, Pierre 28-7-72-1 (nb1), Hodge 4-1-7-0, Mohammed 1-0-1-0, Fraser 17-1-43-2 (nb1), Francis 1-0-1-0.WEST INDIES A 2nd InningsJ Solozano lbw b Jadeja 16K Hodge c Jadeja b Bumrah 5B King c Rahane b Ashwin 14J Mohammed not out 2J Carter not out 1Extras (b4, lb2, nb3) 9TOTAL (3 wkts, 21 overs) 47Fall of wickets: 1-15, 2-34, 3-40Bowling: Ishant Sharma 3-1-4-0 (nb1), Bumrah 4-0-13-1 (nb2), Ashwin 8-4-18-1, Umesh Yadav 3-1-3-0; Jadeja 3-1-3-1.Players-a-side: 16 (11 bat, 11 field)
Welcome to the Herald Sports live blog! I’m Mike Fiammetta, and I’m here at the Kohl Center with Herald Sports editor Elliot Hughes.We’re set for what’s sure to be a fantastic night of hoops as the No. 25 Badgers (16-5, 5-3) are set to host the No. 16 Indiana Hoosiers (16-4, 4-4) in a conference battle with plenty at stake in the Big Ten race.Wisconsin is coming off a strong performance on the road Sunday that resulted in a 67-63 win over Illinois. Point guard Jordan Taylor continued his stellar play of late, dropping 19 points while pulling down nine rebounds and dishing out five assists. Taylor’s improved play since the non-confernese season and early Big Ten play has been vital to the Badgers, who are now riding a 4-game win streak.Indiana, meanwhle, has seen its fortunes fade in January, where the Hoosiers are 3-3. Despite losing three of their last four games, the Hoosiers do have a tendency to be somewhat tricky on the road. IU is 3-3 on the road this season, though the Badgers have, as usual, been hard to beat here at the Kohl Center. Despite losing two games at home earlier this season, Wisconsin has rebounded with a 10-3 home record.Tonight’s matchup will be a a battle of clashing strengths, as Wisconsin boasts the Big Ten’s (and the nation’s, at that) stingiest scoring defense at 49.6 points allowed per game. Indiana, meanwhile, is the conference’s top scoring offense (No. 15 in the country) at 79.8 points per game.Anyway, thanks for joining us on the live blog below (we’ll also be on Twitter @BHeraldSports) and have a great Thursday night.&lt;a href=”http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php/option=com_mobile/task=viewaltcast/altcast_code=cb9541f7ae” &gt;Wisconsin vs. Indiana&lt;/a&gt;