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Girls’ soccer roundup

first_img Fenceviewer Staff Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014 Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) Town report wins award – October 11, 2014 Latest Posts Goalkeeper Callie Hammer of the Ellsworth Eagles came up with some bigs saves, but the Eagles defense was unable to contain the Caribou Vikings in a 6-1 loss on Saturday in Ellsworth.ELLSWORTH — The George Stevens Academy Eagles became the first Hancock County girls’ team to record a fourth soccer win with a 4-1 victory over the Sumner Tigers on Friday in Blue Hill. The Eagles, now 4-3-0 on the season, sit in the number five spot in the Maine Principals’ Association Eastern Maine Class C standings.Behind the Eagles in Class C are the 3-3-0 Tigers in seventh place and the 2-3-1 Bucksport Golden Bucks in ninth place.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn Class B, the 3-1 Mount Desert Island Trojans are ranked fourth and the 1-4-0 Ellsworth Eagles, who notched their first win this week, are 14th among the 19 teams.The 2-3-1 Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners are ninth in Class D.In action this week:Ellsworth 6, Washington Academy 0The Ellsworth Eagles notched their first win on Wednesday, Sept. 18, downing the Washington Academy Raiders 6-0 in East Machias.Details of the game were not available.MDI 12, GSA 1Opal Curless scored five goals and Darcy Kanu added three more as the Trojans cruised to a 12-1 win over the GSA Eagles on Wednesday, Sept. 18, in Bar Harbor.Ally Bender, Paige Mason, Emma Fernald and Natalie Klaver also contributed goals in the Trojans’ third win of the season.For GSA, Alyssa Chesney had the lone goal as MDI goalkeeper Keely McConomy made five saves on six shots.Megan Nowland had 14 saves on 26 shots in goal for the Eagles.DI-Stonington 4, Searsport 4The Mariners made the most of their 10 shots, scoring on four of them in a double overtime 4-4 tie with the Searsport Vikings on Friday in Searsport.Natalie Klaver had three goals for the Mariners and Ashley Haskell added one.Brooklynn Alberts made five saves in goal for the Vikings, and Logan Eaton and Allyson Eaton combined for 13 saves on 23 shots for the Mariners.GSA 4, Sumner 1Morgan Dauk scored twice to lead the GSA Eagles to a 4-1 win over the Tigers on Friday in Blue Hill.Hannah Fleming scored just one minute into the game for Sumner’s only goal.GSA’s Alice Dillon knotted the scored about nine minutes later when she drilled a cleared ball back into the net.Alyssa Chesney gave the Eagles the lead for good less than a minute later when she scored from about 20 yards out.Dauk scored the first of her two goals by heading in a corner kick by Chesney, and added a second tally in the second half.Megan Nowland had five saves on six shots in goal for GSA, and Jordan Merchant and Mariah Kinghorn combined for 11 saves on 20 shots for the Tigers.Caribou 6, Ellsworth 1The Caribou Vikings withstood several early scoring chances by the Eagles, then unleashed an offense that scored five times in the first half en route to a 6-1 win on Saturday in Ellsworth.Caribou got four goals from Brianna Judd and one each from Gabrielle Marquis and Sarah Doak.The lone goal for the Eagles came early in the second half from Lauren Hale on an assist from Courtney Wasson.Central 4, Bucksport 1Emma Campbell scored every goal for the Central Red Devils in a 4-1 win over the Golden Bucks on Saturday in East Corinth.Eliza Hosford had the only goal for Bucksport.The Red Devils outshot the Golden Bucks 24-7 with Madysen Robichaud making 13 saves for Bucksport and Aly Crocker three saves for Central.Sumner 2, DI-Stonington 1A pair of first-half goals lifted the Tigers to a 2-1 win over the Mariners on Monday in Sullivan.Hannah Fleming scored first for the Tigers and Casco Haley added a goal four minutes later.Allison Eaton had the only goal for the Mariners.Jordan Merchant made six saves on seven shots for the Tigers, and Logan Eaton and Allyson Eaton combined for 10 saves on 13 shots for the Mariners.Bucksport 4, Washington Academy 2Three goals by Eliza Hosford and another by Jasmine McDonald on an assist from Hosford gave the Golden Bucks a 4-2 win over the Washington Academy Raiders on Monday in Bucksport.Goalkeeper Madysen Robichaud had 14 saves on 19 shots for Bucksport, and Paige Sinford made nine stops on 15 shots for the Raiders.Orono 4, GSA 1The Orono Red Riots claimed their second win of the season over GSA on Monday, downing the Eagles 4-1 in Blue Hill. Bio Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014last_img read more

Banks DIH recognises District 10’s dominance at ‘Nationals’

first_imgBEVERAGE giant Bank DIH has recognised the outstanding showing by Upper Demerara/Kwakwani District 10 at the National Schools’ Athletics, Swimming, Cycling and Teachers championship, after they successfully captured their fifth successive, overall title last year at the Leonora Track and Field Centre in West Demerara.Taking time out last Friday when the annual Banks DIH Shareholders Meeting was taken to the Mining Town of Linden, District 10’s Sports Committee Chairperson Mrs Carmen Small received a plaque from Banks DIH Managing Director and Chairman Clifford Reis during the meeting last Friday in Linden.Small expressed thanks for the acknowledgment by the company and promised that District 10 will continue to perform at their best at these annual championships for schools across Guyana.last_img read more

Vandewater – Record-breaking weekend for UW

first_imgThe UW softball team wrapped up tournament play on a good note Sunday, winning its final three contests at the University of South Florida Speedline Invitational. The weekend was highlighted by two record-setting performances from seniors Sam Polito and Eden Brock.Polito scored the 113th and 114th runs of her career Sunday, and in doing so, permanently etched her name into UW’s record books. The centerfielder became Wisconsin’s all-time leader in runs scored, eclipsing the previous record held by Kris Zacher.In the circle, Eden Brock tied her career high for strikeouts set earlier this year, fanning 14 Golden Flashes in her complete-game, three-hit win over Kent State. Brock then started UW’s next game, tossing three shutout innings at Indiana before giving way to Letty Olivarez.”We did a great job all around,” assistant coach Barb Sherwood said. “Our kids played really well, pitching and hitting. Winning 3-1 against a good Kent State team was a great win for us, and beating Indiana is always nice.”The Badgers (15-7) had barely gotten off their plane when they were scheduled to compete in a double-header at the Stetson Round Robin in DeLand, Fla. The Badgers defeated Maine 7-2 and followed that up with a 1-0 victory over Stetson. A throwing error by Stetson catcher Blythe Golden in the seventh inning allowed Katie Hnatyk to score from third, and freshman Letty Olivarez pitched seven strong innings for the win.Following the round-robin sweep, the Badgers headed west to Tampa and the Speedline Invitational. UW dropped its first two tournament games at the Speedline Invite, getting shut out by Ball State 3-0 and losing to South Florida 4-2. Ball State pitcher Elizabeth Milian baffled Badger bats in the first game, with a Polito single being the only blemish on her one-hit gem.”They played their hearts out against us,” Sherwood said. “They played a complete game and were really perfect against us defensively. Offensively, they were clutch, and their pitcher did a fabulous job keeping us off balance.”But UW seemed to regain its balance by the time it matched up against Dartmouth. Joey Daniels’ three-run bomb sparked Wisconsin’s offense, and the Badgers pounded the Big Green 6-0. Wisconsin won its final three games of the tournament, beating Dartmouth, Kent State and Indiana by a combined score of 14-1, and won the No. 2 seed, single-elimination bracket.Eden Brock finished the tournament with 23 1/3 innings pitched, including 17 in a row at one point, and improved her record to 8-4. Brock was named Big Ten Pitcher of the Week two weeks ago, and based on her last handful of outings, she might just merit the award again. She has allowed just two earned runs in her last 27 2/3 innings pitched, and has further lowered her ERA to 1.62. At the plate, Katie Hnatyk hit her ninth homer of the season to lead the charge against Kent State, and third baseman Ricci Robben continued her hot streak, going 4-for-4 with two doubles in Wisconsin’s 5-0 win over Indiana. Robben hit a team-best .385 at the Invite, and her .345 average overall is second only to Hnatyk (.384) on the Badgers.Wisconsin is off until it plays host to Loyola of Chicago Tuesday, March 27, at Goodman Stadium.last_img read more


first_imgView Roundup in a larger mapThe following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary on Wednesday, Feb. 20. Crimes against propertyAt 3:55 p.m., a suspect painted nail polish on the driver’s side door of a non-USC female’s vehicle while the car was parked in front of 2716 Ellendale Place.Miscellaneous incidentsAt 7:07 p.m., DPS officers responded to a report of a suspect causing a disturbance in the pharmacy at University Gateway Apartments and detained him for investigation. A check of the suspect’s name revealed three outstanding warrants, so the suspect was arrested and transported to 77th station for booking.At 11:45 p.m., DPS officers responded to a report of an intoxicated student having pushed a security guard at West 27th Place Apartments when he was confronted about breaking a bottle in a sixth floor hallway. The security guard did not request criminal charges and the student was escorted from the premises without further incident. Correction“Talk Back tackles Cal education” (Feb. 21) incorrectly stated that USC College Democrats Finance Director Catherine Shieh was an intern at the U.S. Department of Education. Shieh interned for Rep. Mike Honda and served as a field representative to the U.S. Department of Education on his behalf.The Daily Trojan regrets the error.last_img read more

What we learned from Syracuse basketball’s 75-61 win against Boston College

first_imgCHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – A one point Syracuse lead in the second half ballooned to 17 in a matter of minutes and Syracuse pulled away from lowly Boston College on the road. The Orange (18-8, 8-5 Atlantic Coast) has now won five consecutive games and eight of its last nine after Sunday’s 75-61 win over the Eagles (7-18, 0-12) at Conte Forum.Here’s what we learned from the Orange’s 14-point win.Tyler Lydon can exploit a mismatch with relative easeWith six inches on Eli Carter, all Lydon needed was the ball and one dribble. The freshman raised his right hand and caught an entry pass from Malachi Richardson before a quick backdown move and jump-hook accounted for the first two of Lydon’s career-high 20 points.The next time Lydon received the ball in the post, seven-footer Dennis Clifford slid over to help and Lydon passed the ball back out. But just minutes later, Lydon found himself guarded by 6-foot-5 Garland Owens and a deft floater was all he needed for another seamless two points. When Lydon faced players he should handle, he did.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Me and Coach (Autry) have been working on that a lot,” Lydon said. “They put a small guy on us and they switched so we were just trying to be aggressive.”Malachi Richardson’s little bit of history is indicative of his expansionThe possession right after Malachi Richardson hit a 3 to put Syracuse up four in the second half, he sliced through the lane and threaded a no-look pass to Lydon for a two-handed slam.It accounted for one of his five assists on the day, his second consecutive conference game with five or more helpers. It’s the first time this season that an SU player has registered five or more assists in back-to-back league games.The freshman has displayed an ability to not only finish from beyond the arc and at the rim, but sift through gaps in the defense to setd up teammates as well. It’s an added branch to his game that he’s flashed at times but that’s now appearing more consistently as Syracuse continues its recent tear.“He’s a very good passer and he can make plays and that’s important for us,” SU head coach Jim Boeheim said. “He’s handling the ball more. He’s doing more with the ball.”Syracuse fans travel well, especially to Boston as Boeheim recallsTucked into a corner in the upper level of Conte Forum, a cluster of Syracuse fans gave Sunday the feel of an SU home game, just in a much smaller arena.Boeheim estimated that 75 percent of the crowd was pro-Syracuse and intermittent chants of “Let’s go Orange” dotted the afternoon while no chants from the home team were audible from down on the court.“We always get people here and we always have but there was really a lot of people here today,” Boeheim said. “…I noticed it early and then during, well, you shouldn’t be thinking about those things anyway. Then when I looked around, there had to be 6,000 Syracuse people here today. It was quite a show.” Comments Published on February 14, 2016 at 5:50 pm Contact Matt: | @matt_schneidman Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Rose Bowl-winning kicker Matt Boermeester is off the football team, no longer enrolled at USC

first_imgMatt Boermeester, who kicked the game-winning field goal to secure the Rose Bowl victory for USC last season, is officially off the football team. Boermeester was not listed on the roster as the Trojans began fall camp at Howard Jones Field on Saturday.A USC spokesperson also confirmed that Boermeester is no longer enrolled as a student at the University, but did not elaborate.Boermeester, a redshirt junior last season, was suspended in February for a “student code of conduct” matter.“Student disciplinary records and proceedings regarding any matter of student conduct are confidential and protected by law,” the University said in a statement back in February regarding Boermeester’s suspension. “While this student code of conduct issue is being investigated, the student will not be representing the University as a member of its athletic team.”USC has specified neither the nature of the student conduct issue nor the results of any investigations into the matter. When asked about general procedures in handling student-athlete misbehavior, a USC spokesperson said in March that the athletics department defers to student affairs in handling student conduct cases to assure that “student-athletes are treated like all students and do not receive special treatment because of their athletic standing.”Boermeester was 18-of-25 last season on field goals, with his USC career culminating in the 46-yard field goal to topple Penn State in the final seconds of the Rose Bowl. Redshirt freshman Michael Brown is currently the only remaining kicker on the roster, though incoming freshman Chase McGrath is expected to earn a spot alongside Brown.Boermeester’s release from the team marks the fourth instance in the last year in which disciplinary actions were taken against USC football players for student conduct code violations. The previous three instances involved linebackers Osa Masina, Don Hill and Jabari Ruffin. Masina was removed from USC after being charged with one count of rape and two counts of forcible sodomy in September. Hill was also taken off the team in September for his role in the Masina case. Ruffin was removed from the program in October for an unspecified student conduct issue after being given a half-game suspension in September for stomping on the groin of an opposing player in last season’s opener against Alabama.last_img read more

Betfair & Mirror Online host live Cheltenham 2017 Expert Preview

first_img Submit With two weeks to go until the start of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival (14-17 March), Betfair has partnered with the Mirror Online ( to host a live expert panel webcast on this year’s races.Hosted tonight at the Trinity Mirror offices (Canada Square London), Betfair ‘Racing Ambassadors’ and renowned racehorse trainers’ Paul Nicholls and Gordon Elliot will discuss all things Cheltenham, giving viewers opinion, advice and tips on 2017 Festival runners.Nicholls and Elliot will be joined by racing broadcaster and author Kevin Blake, a contributor and tipster for, with the panel being further supported by The Daily Mirror’s racing editor David Yates.The expert panel webcast will be chaired by Gary O’Brien from At The Races, with the Betfair broadcast beginning at 7.30pm. Viewers will be allowed to access the content via the Mirror Online sports hub ( the Cheltenham Festival 2017, Betfair racing will contribute further content to the Mirror Online Related Articles Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 Bookies Corner: Trump Presidency sinks as US 2020 enters its 100 day countdown July 29, 2020 ‘Deal maker’ Rafi Ashkenazi ends Flutter tenure  August 27, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Sharelast_img read more

Clemson is No. 1 for 3rd time in AP poll; ’Bama 2, Ohio St 3

first_imgThe Tigers received all 61 first-place votes. The Crimson Tide, which was trying to become just the third team to go wire-to-wire as the No. 1 team in the country, finished second. Clemson beat Alabama 44-16 in the College Football Playoff national championship Monday night. Clemson also finished No. 1 in 2016 and 1981.The Tide did extend its streak of top-five appearances to 54 weeks, one short of Miami’s record set from Oct. 8, 2000-Oct. 26, 2003. Ohio State finished third. Oklahoma, which lost to Alabama in the Orange Bowl semifinal, was fourth. Notre Dame, which lost to Clemson in the Cotton Bowl semifinal, was fifth.LSU was sixth and Southeastern Conference rivals Florida and Georgia were tied for seventh.Texas was ninth, its best final ranking since 2009 when the Longhorns finished second after losing to Alabama in the BCS championship game.No. 19 Army finished ranked for the first time since 1996 and had its best final ranking since 1958 when it was No. 3.No. 10 Washington State finished as the highest-ranked Pac-12 team for the first time in the history of the conference. There were more Mountain West teams (three) than Pac-12 (two) in the last rankings.UCF finished 11th after having its 25-game winning streak snapped in the Fiesta Bowl by LSU. No. 12 Kentucky finished with its highest ranking since 1977 when the Wildcats were No. 6. No. 15 Syracuse was last ranked in the final poll in 2001, when the Orange were 14th.No. 21 Northwestern became the first team to start the season 1-3 and finished ranked since Miami did it in 1995.CONFERENCE CALLSEC — 6 teams (2, 7, 7, 8, 12, 16).Big Ten — 5 (3, 14, 17, 21, 25).Big 12 — 3 (4, 9, 20).Mountain West — 3 (18, 22, 23).ACC — 2 (1, 15).American — 2 (11, 24).Pac-12 — 2 (10, 13).Independent — 2 (5, 19).___Follow Ralph D. Russo at and listen at AP college football: and 26 people are talking about this Clemson’s Trayvon Mullen celebrates after the NCAA college football playoff championship game against Alabama, Monday, Jan. 7, 2019, in Santa Clara, Calif. Clemson beat Alabama 44-16. (AP Photo/Ben Margot) 3410:49 AM – Jan 8, 2019 AP Top 25✔@AP_Top25 Clemson finishes No. 1 in the AP Top 25 for the third time. The Tigers were also No. 1 in 2016 and 1981. See the full poll:  Twitter Ads info and privacy SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Clemson finished No. 1 in The Associated Press poll for the third time after routing Alabama in the national championship game.last_img read more

Watch: Arsenal hardman Sokratis with hilarious playacting after going to the ground against Wesley

first_imgImage Courtesy: Reuters/TwitterAdvertisement 2echNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs519Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eaubf( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 1wrWould you ever consider trying this?😱5ms7rCan your students do this? 🌚rrv9vRoller skating! Powered by Firework Even though Arsenal performed nice in their Sunday Premier League face off against Aston Villa, the main talking point of the match has been the hysterical play acting by their defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos, who is now the latest target for slacking on Twitter.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Reuters/TwitterInto the 43rd minute, the Greek center back was on a tussle against the Villa forward Wesley Moraes, and grabbed the Brazilian’s leg after going down, and soon after, fell down on the ground covering up his face as The Lions forward only had his knee brushing against him.The video of the hilarious showcase of charade was posted on Twitter via @chyngyozil. Check out the clip below-Advertisement Soon after the match, the Greece international was jumped on by numerous Gunners supporters with tweets, accusing the 31 year old on his effort to get Wesley sent off.One fan wrote: “Sokratis must have a deathwish. You’re a wheezing old man, and you’ve just tried to get Wesley sent off. He won’t forget that.”“Sokratis got bullied, punched Wesley, and now feigns injury to try and get him sent off. Dirtiest player in the league after David Silva.” another person twitter.Express sports writer Matt Maher also went it: “Embarrassing from Sokratis, who clutches his face in an attempt to get Wesley sent-off (zero contact).”Sokratis joined Arsenal in 2018, following a £17.6 million transfer deal from Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund.The match at Emirates Stadium saw Emery’s boys securing a 3-2 victory, with goals from Nicolas Pépé, Calum Chambers and Aubameyang.Aston, although took the lead in the 20th minute with John McGinn’s score, only managed to net in a second one via Wesley himself. Advertisementlast_img read more

Sports Briefs

first_imgGENEVA (AP): Michel Platini will run for FIFA president and plans to announce his intentions this week. Two officials familiar with Platini’s plans have told the Associated Press (AP) that the FIFA vice-president has made a decision to try to succeed Sepp Blatter. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because Platini has not yet announced his candidacy. The officials said that the UEFA president and former France great has been encouraged to run by most leaders of FIFA’s continental confederations. Five of the six continental leaders, including Platini, were in St Petersburg, Russia, last week for FIFA meetings and the 2018 World Cup qualifying draw. Platini declined to discuss his ambitions when asked by the AP in St Petersburg. Mexico sack Herrera MEXICO CITY (AP): Mexican national team coach Miguel Herrera was fired yesterday following a television reporter’s claim that the man known as ‘El Piojo’ punched him. The ouster came just two days after Herrera led Mexico to victory in the CONCACAF Gold Cup. But Decio de Maria, who on Saturday becomes president of the Mexican Soccer Federation, said the incident with the journalist was not in keeping with “the spirit of fair and respectful competition” the organisation espouses. “Our values, our principles, are above any result,” de Maria said at a news conference. “In our profession, our industry, the matches are never over, and as public figures who represent an institution, we must be absolutely clear on that.” There was no comment from the coach on his firing, nor has he said anything publicly on the incident with the reporter. Herrera is the latest to depart from what has become a revolving-door job since Ricardo La Volpe of Argentina was the last to complete a four-year World Cup cycle as head of the team, known as ‘El Tri’. Mexico have burned through 10 head coaches in the nine years since La Volpe departed after the 2006 World Cup in Germany. Bayern sign Chile’s Vidal MUNICH (AP): Bayern Munich completed the long-anticipated transfer of Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal from Italian champions Juventus yesterday. The Bundesliga champions said Vidal signed a four-year deal, with an option foranother season. “I wanted to take another big step in my career,” Vidal said in a brief interview on Bayern’s website. “I want to develop further as a player, and I want to win important titles, such as the Champions League. And I see Bayern as the best opportunity for that.” Bayern did not disclose the financial details of the contract. But Italian media reports suggested Bayern paid US$39.5 million with final cost rising to US$44 million with bonuses, to bring the 28-year-old Vidal back to the Bundesliga. If correct, the figures would make Vidal one of the most expensive Bundesliga transfers. Nadal eases past Verdasco HAMBURG, Germany (AP): Top-seeded Rafael Nadal overcame a sluggish start to beat Fernando Verdasco 3-6, 6-1, 6-1 in the first round of the Hamburg Open yesterday. Nadal was playing his first match since losing to Dustin Brown in the second round of Wimbledon. The former No. 1 in the world has fallen to No. 10. In the all-Spanish match, Nadal appeared to have trouble adjusting to clay and finding his timing. But his game picked up noticeably in the last two sets. Verdasco saved one match point, but then hit the net with a backhand to hand Nadal the win. Nadal’s last match on clay was the quarter-final loss to Novak Djokovic at the French Open.last_img read more