s University, took the CIS male athlete of the week
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BROOKLYN, Mich. -- Brett Moffitt isnt eligible for the season-ending Chase in the NASCAR Truck Series.Teammate Timothy Peters is, but on the final lap at Michigan International Speedway, that didnt much matter.We just had such a run -- we were rolling five to 10 miles an hour faster than them getting into Turn 1, Moffitt said. I knew if there was room to get to the outside, I didnt care if it was going to stick or not. Im here to win races.Moffitt passed Peters and William Byron to win Saturdays Trucks race at Michigan by 0.098 seconds, a thrilling ending that gave Red Horse Racing a 1-2 finish. Peters took second but remains without a win this season -- a victory could have solidified a spot in the Chase.Moffitt won for the first time in six Trucks races. This was only his fourth start of the year on this series in the No. 11 Toyota, so hes not eligible for the Chase.Peters was two laps away from what would have been his first victory of the season, but Byron nosed ahead with a lap to go, and Moffitt was then able to move to the outside and take over the lead.Daniel Hemric finished third and Byron ended up fourth.The 11 was coming with such a run. No choice -- even if I tried to block, Im pretty sure Id have wrecked us both, Peters said. Hindsights 20-20, and Im sure that if I could go back and redo it, we probably would, but still a great day for us, were still alive. If I cant win it, I like Daniel, but Im glad Brett won.Six of the eight Chase spots are accounted for by drivers who have won races this year. Hemric and Peters are both winless, but as of now, theyre in position to make the field on points. They can both take solace in the fact that Saturdays winner wasnt eligible.Pole winner John Wes Townley finished 12th. There were seven cautions in the 100-lap, 200-mile race.WHOS HOT: Red Horse Racing owner Tom DeLoach had mixed emotions while watching his drivers take the top two spots.Youre thrilled for one of them, your feelings are hurt a little bit on the other one, he said. Its a fantastic day for Red Horse.WHOS NOT: Cole Custer led 18 laps but was done in by an accident late in the race and finished 22nd. Hes still winless this year.UNCERTAIN FUTURE: Moffitt was the Sprint Cup rookie of the year last season but said he was victimized when Michael Waltrip Racing folded late in 2015.Every year in my career has kind of been like that. Ive always been at the end of the year not knowing where Im going to go, he said. I thought I had a three-year deal with Michael Waltrip Racing, and when that closed down, that kind of put me right back in the same situation. 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Cheap Yeezy Boost 350 For Sale . -- Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson asked his players a simple question during Fridays morning shootaround: How many of them had ever been on a team 14 games over . Adidas Yeezy For Sale . Kyle Denbrook, a soccer player from Saint Marys University, took the CIS male athlete of the week honour. Stanley, a fourth-year business administration student from Charlottetown, scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Dalhousie on Friday and tallied again in a 1-0 win over Saint Marys on Sunday. NEWARK, N.J. -- A TV analyst for Major League Soccers Philadelphia Union pleaded guilty Tuesday to receiving nearly $500,000 in kickbacks for filling unneeded prescriptions for himself and recruiting others to the scheme.Peter Pappas, of Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty in federal court in Newark to conspiracy to commit health fraud. Hours later, the Union announced that Pappas contract had been terminated. The pharmaceutical salesman admitted he was recruited by a marketing company that was paid by pharmacies to refer people whose insurance paid for compounded medication including pain creams, scar creams and vitamins.Pappas admitted that he recruited others to join the scheme, including people using a health benefit program for service members and their families managed by the U.S. Department of Defense. He admitted that he attempted to recruit beneficiaries from TRICARE because they gave high reimbursements for compounded medication and cream, federal prosecutors said.Prosecutors said that while he received $481,773 from the marketing company, his employer, TRICARE and other insurance companies lost at least $3.dddddddddddd69 million. Pappas faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine when he is sentenced on Oct. 25.The former goalkeeper on the defunct Philadelphia Kixx indoor soccer team has been the Unions TV analyst since 2014. He is a district sales manager for New Jersey-based pharmaceutical company Celgene, according to his LinkedIn page.On Twitter, he described himself as a Canadian former soccer pro turned Rx slinger.Pappas LinkedIn and Twitter pages were no longer available online late Tuesday afternoon.Pappas signed the plea deal in May, but Tim McDermott, the chief business officer for the Union, said that the team didnt find out about it until Tuesday.After reviewing the situation, we have decided to part ways with Peter Pappas, McDermott said in a statement. We want to thank him for his hard work and service to the club.Neither Celgene nor Pappas attorneys returned messages seeking comment. China NFL Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Online Stitched Hockey Jerseys Wholesale Baseball Jerseys Football Jerseys Outlet College Jerseys For Sale Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys For Sale Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '