By Jerry MichalskyBaytown SunDAYTON — The Dayton Broncos scored 16 points in a span of 10 seconds in the fourth quarter to tie the score with 3:17 left in the game.That was before Port Neches-Groves quarterback Roschon Johnson led the Indians on a 67-yard, four-play drive and hooked up with Jaylan Williams on a 54-yard score for the winning touchdown to lead PNG to a thrilling 44-37 win over Dayton on Friday night at Houston Methodist Field at Bronco Stadium.It was a huge night for the senior University of Texas commit as he finished with 506 yards of total offense and all six touchdowns. Johnson passed for 382 yards on 26 of 44 attempts and three scores while adding 124 yards on the ground and three more touchdowns.Down 37-21 heading into the fourth quarter, the Broncos made things very interesting. After getting a Deon Robinson 52-yard interception return down to the Indians 34-yard line, Dayton scored eight plays later on a Tyres Brooks 2-yard touchdown run ,and after the two-point conversion was good the Broncos were within 37-29 with 3:27 left in the game.On the ensuing kickoff, Colby Vauter recovered the pooch kick to give Dayton the ball back at the PNG 25-yard line. On the next play, it was A.J. Nail finding Brent Monceaux for the score, and then the duo hooked up for the two-point conversion to tie the game at 37 apiece.After the Johnson to Williams score gave the Indians the lead, the Broncos drove down the Indians 15-yard line before failing on fourth down with 11 seconds left to give PNG the win.In the first half it was a back-and-forth affair as the two teams combined for 49 first half points. It was Dayton getting the first points of the night as they marched 67 yards on nine-plays with A.J. Nail hooking up with Zach Pike on a 18-yard score to move in front 7-0 with 9:33 left. Back would come the Indians as Johnson kept for a 6-yard score to tie things up at 7 apiece midway through the first quarter.After a Hedil Cuatianquiz interception and return back to the PNG 7-yard line for the Broncos, the offense scored on the next play with Justin Santee scoring on a rush to put Dayton back in front at 14-7.The Indians answered on the first play of the second quarter with a Johnson to Jose Ceja 17-yard pass play to tie the score at 14-apiece. The pass capped off a PNG 68-yard, eight-play drive.The Indians then took their first lead of the night with 7:09 left in the second quarter as Johnson called his own number again, this time on a 3-yard run to cap off a 67-yard drive and the lead was 21-14. The Broncos then responded by moving 67 yards on six plays as Nail connected with Monceaux from 9 yards out to tie things up again at 21. Johnson then guided PNG 65 yards on eight plays to give his team the lead just before the first half by finding Ceja on a nice 35-yard pass play to make it a 28-21 advantage at the half. The Indians made it a 31-21 game with 6:15 left in the third quarter as Mario Oceguera booted a 23-yard field. Johnson then scored on a 1-yard run late in the third quarter increase the lead to 37-21 heading into the fourth quarter.Ceja finished with eight receptions for 163 yards while Nail led Dayton with 246 yards on 26-of-37 passing. Jermond Lovely caught nine passes for 46 yards. Monceaux had four receptions on 68 yards and two scores.Dayton will face Baytown Lee next Thursday night at Stallworth Stadium.
Coal’s share of China electricity generation dropped below 60% in 2018 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Reuters: China’s coal consumption rose for a second year in a row in 2018, but coal’s share of total energy consumption fell below 60 percent for the first time as cleaner energy sources gained ground, official data showed on Thursday.The world’s biggest coal consumer used 1 percent more coal in absolute terms last year than in 2017, China’s National Bureau of Statistics said in an annual communique. Coal consumption had risen for the first time in four years in 2017.However, coal accounted for only 59 percent of China’s overall energy consumption last year, down 1.4 percentage points from 2017, while gas, nuclear power and renewable energy combined accounted for 22.1 percent, up 1.3 percentage points.That brings the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases closer to its target of reducing the proportion of coal in its energy mix to below 58 percent by 2020. The result came as China’s total energy consumption rose by 3.3 percent year-on-year in 2018, the data showed. Electricity usage rose 8.5 percent last year, according to the National Energy Administration.“The good news is that renewable energy continued to grow rapidly in 2018, and new aggressive air pollution policies were introduced,” Lauri Myllyvirta, an analyst at environmental group Greenpeace, said in a note.More: China’s 2018 coal usage rises 1 percent, but share of energy mix falls read more
Porter is currently in the NBA’s restart bubble in Orlando.”Because of the virus, the whole world is being controlled,” Porter said. “I mean Europe is required to wear masks, and who knows what’ll happen when there’s a vaccine that comes out. You might have to have the vaccine in order to travel. Like, that would be crazy. I’ve never been vaccinated in my life. I’ve never had any shots or anything like that.”So it could get crazy but there’s definitely an agenda behind everything that’s going on right now. All you can do is sit back and watch what’s going on and don’t get too emotionally involved. It is a serious thing, it is a real thing, but it’s being overblown.”MORE: Complete guide to the NBA bubble(UPDATE: NBA Central reported Snapchat deleted Porter’s story for what the platform said was a violation of its community guidelines.) Porter’s comments come as the U.S. experiences a harsh second wave of coronavirus cases. The nation’s total number of cases is above 4.3 million as of Tuesday night, and its death count is approaching 150,000. Each of those figures should continue to rise sharply in the coming weeks while a number of states struggle to contain outbreaks. His response stemmed from a larger Q&A with Nuggets fans on Tuesday, coming specifically after one supporter wrote: “Bro speak on this corona virus being over blown to scare people into being controlled, (I know) you know about all that.”Earlier in the pandemic, Porter actually expressed support of a cautious approach toward the coronavirus in an interview with NBA.com. “I know it’s getting very serious,” Porter said in that interview. “My reaction has kind of changed. At first, I was taking it kind of lightly, now I’m seeing there’s kids who are dying, kids who are getting really sick. I’m just doing my best to play my part, staying home with my family and not do anything to make anything worse.” Nuggets forward Michael Porter Jr. responded to a Snapchat fan question Tuesday about the coronavirus pandemic by saying he believed the worldwide outbreak was being used “for a bigger agenda.”He also criticized mandatory mask policies and questioned the science behind vaccines in general, suggesting people shouldn’t be required to get a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available and telling viewers he’d never received a shot in his life. read more