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12th African Games: Flying Eagles Beat Mali On Penalties To Reach Final

12th African Games: Flying Eagles Beat Mali On Penalties To Reach Final

first_imgRelated12th African Games: Falconets Beat Cameroon To Win GoldAugust 29, 2019In “2019 African Games”12th African Games: Flying Eagles qualify for semi-finals of 12th African GamesAugust 24, 2019In “2019 African Games”2019 Africa Games: Sanusi Charges Flying Eagles, Falconets To Go For GoldAugust 18, 2019In “Nigeria” The Flying Eagles of Nigeria are into the final of the Football event at the ongoing 12th African Games in Morocco after a 5-4 penalty shootout win over Mali on Tuesday, 27 August.With nothing to separate both sides after regulation time and extra time both ended goalless, it fell to the lottery of penalties and Flying Eagles goalkeeper Detan Ogundare proved the hero with a game-winning save of Mali’s spot-kick to send Nigeria through.Tuesday’s match was a bit of revenge for the Flying Eagles in the second straight game between both sides to be decided on penalties after the Malians came out on top in the semi-finals of this year’s Africa U20 Cup of Nations in Niger Republic after regulation time ended 1-1. The Flying Eagles route to the final include a draw with Burkina Faso (1-1) and Morocco (2-2) and win over South Africa (2-1) before Tuesday’s victory over Mali.last_img read more

Texas Tech women’s guard transfers to Vanderbilt

Texas Tech women’s guard transfers to Vanderbilt

first_imgFormer Texas Tech guard Minta Spears will join Vanderbilt’s backcourt as a graduate transfer with two years of eligibility remaining.Former Texas Tech guard Minta Spears will join Vanderbilt’s backcourt as a graduate transfer with two years of eligibility remaining.Former Texas Tech starting guard Minta Spears has transferred to Vanderbilt women’s basketball and will be eligible to play immediately.Spears has been accepted to graduate school at Vanderbilt, and she will have two years of eligibility remaining. As a graduate transfer, the 5-foot-10 guard will not have to sit out a season.Spears’ addition gives Vanderbilt 11 scholarship players for the 2015-16 season after the recent transfers of guard Paris Kea (North Carolina) and 6-foot-3 twin sisters Audrey-Ann and Khalèann Caron-Goudreau (destination undecided).Spears started 21 games for Texas Tech last season, averaging 6.5 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.7 assists. She made 37 3-pointers and shot 38 percent from beyond the arc. Overall, Spears played 62 games (51 starts) at Texas Tech, following a Parade All-American prep career at Bullard (Texas) High.“Minta fills an immediate need at the guard position, and her experience and success in the Big 12 will be a huge asset to our program,” Vanderbilt coach Melanie Balcomb said in a news release. “… Vanderbilt is getting a proven winner and leader on and off the court, and she will be a valued voice and leader on our team.”Vanderbilt went 15-16 last season and did not play in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 1998-99 season. The Commodores return six of their top seven players in terms of minutes played.Reach Adam Sparks at 615-259-8010 and on Twitter @AdamSparks. Minta SpearsMinta Spearslast_img read more

USC’s Spurrier denies Shockey claim

USC’s Spurrier denies Shockey claim

first_imgSHREVEPORT, La. – Despite the closeness of his team’s Duck Commander Independence Bowl game against Miami, University of South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier had a different issue he wanted to address on Friday.After watching the ESPN Documentary on the Miami, entitled “The U,” Spurrier wanted to refute a quote attributed to him by former Hurricane tight end Jeremy Shockey.The quote, which came following the 2001 Sugar Bowl in which Miami topped the Florida Gators, then led by Spurrier, 37-20 Shockey“While I’ve got your attention here, let me say something,” Spurrier abruptly said in the middle of the Independence Bowl’s final scheduled press conference. “We’ve all been watching this University of Miami 30-30 on ESPN.“They won the game. They beat us fair and square. But a Miami player on that team quoted me as saying “We got our (butts) kicked off the field and we got out (butts) kicked in the game.The off the field reference alluded to an alleged fight between several members of both teams in the French Quarter preceding the game.“I didn’t say that,” said Spurrier. “I wouldn’t be that stupid to ever say anything like that. A scuffled happened sometime earlier in the week on Bourbon Street. Nobody got arrested. Nobody got hurt. Nobody got suspended for the game. To me, it was history.“For some reason, some teams like to glamorize fighting. Our teams don’t fight. I don’t think I’ve ever had a team in a brawl, at least that I can remember. But I certainly didn’t say that and that 2000 Florida team was one of my favorite teams.”…Senior defensive tackle J. T. Surratt spent Thursday night in the hospital due to a stomach illness and remained there on Friday.“J. T. had some kind of stomach ailment,” said Spurrier. “He’s actually in the hospital right now. I don’t know if he will be able to play (Saturday) or not.“I have no idea, other than it is some kind of stomach ailment.”…South Carolina is the home team and will wear its all-garnet uniforms.…USC junior right tackle Brandon Shell has elected to return for his senior season rather than opt out for a chance to be drafted by the National Football League in 2015.That may lead to him moving to left tackle where senior Corey Robinson will be leaving due to graduation.“We’ve got some thoughts on some things we’re going to do next year,” said USC offensive line coach Shawn Elliott. “There’s a chance he may move to left. There’s a lot of moves that can be made.”Shell says he’s open to the move if it helps the team.“I’d be open to it,” said Shell said. “I can see myself there, but I have to leave that up to coach Elliott. It’ll be whatever coach Elliott wants to do.”As far as returning for his senior season, Shell has a definite opinion.“I just knew I didn’t want to have any regrets,” he said. “I didn’t want to regret leaving. I wanted to play all of my years and see what happens after that. I really didn’t give it a lot of consideration.”…Redshirt freshman Alan Knott will start at center after sharing the position with Clayton Stadnik late in the season.last_img read more

FAKING IT: TSN documentary on counterfeiting

FAKING IT: TSN documentary on counterfeiting

first_img 3,326 2 IceCap 320 Members 2,192 Why is it that so many people are fine spending $40 on a knock-off because it’s cheaper, (and allegedly looks perfect) yet not one of those people would buy a knock-off say iPhone for $100 when an authentic one will cost you $700? They’d likely call someone out on having a fake phone yet, the jersey is fine. Most phones are designed to break after 2 years and become obsolete within a year. I just don’t get why clothing seems to be fine to bootleg, yet other things that are price far worse are okay to spend money on?I’m not defending counterfeiting here, but I think people justify it because there’s no intermediate step in the sports apparel market. I watched the documentary the other night with my wife, who is not a sports fan at all, and she said something to the effect of, “If they don’t want counterfeit jerseys, then the real ones shouldn’t be so expensive.”With phones, yes, there’s the iPhone, but there are several authentic lower-priced options below that, whether that’s another company or operating system. With sports apparel, there aren’t as many options. You have authentic jerseys, replica jerseys, then maybe shirseys, then nothing. As long as there is that big a gap in the marketplace, someone is always going to try to fill that gap.One thing I didn’t realize before seeing the documentary was when the police officer mentioned that most of the proceeds from counterfeit jerseys goes to organized crime. Another weapon in the arsenal for those arguing against buying counterfeits, I suppose. 0 guest23 6 Share this post Victoria Concordia Crescit Moderators Prev 642 posts 0 Share on other sites 4 All Activity Share this post Great documentary on that. I hadn’t looked at an NHL jersey in about 15 years, I didn’t realize that they were over 200 bucks now.Yup, and that is for a replica. Authentics are $300+ and good luck finding one. Hence, why there is a market for knock-offs. 720 72 kw11333 Location:Staten Island, NY 1,204 3 “I see you’re drinking 1%” Go To Topic Listing 1,535 6 All Activity 720 Next 8,670 Share on other sites Share on other sites 0 Members Share on other sites Members 282 0 282 Favourite Logos:Sens primary, Smiling oriole cap logo Posted February 9, 2015 128 6,981 posts kw11333 Share this post Share on other sites I’d always heard that up to 85% of autographed memorabilia is fake. EDIT: The TSN piece says up to 80% are fake. Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators 5 3,326 Share this post Location:Location Location Share this post 1 282 Share on other sites We the North! Posted February 10, 2015 Link to post Share on other sites officeglenn Share on other sites youcan’tseeme Members guest23 Why is it that so many people are fine spending $40 on a knock-off because it’s cheaper, (and allegedly looks perfect) yet not one of those people would buy a knock-off say iPhone for $100 when an authentic one will cost you $700? They’d likely call someone out on having a fake phone yet, the jersey is fine. Most phones are designed to break after 2 years and become obsolete within a year. I just don’t get why clothing seems to be fine to bootleg, yet other things that are price far worse are okay to spend money on? Not a great comparison between clothing and personal electronic devices. An apple product has proprietary functions and features that cannot be easily counterfeited in addition they take very active measures to protect their IP. Sports leagues do not. The ecosystem compatibility is also a huge factor with something like an iPhone. Given apple’s built in IP security and the availability of cost effective substitute there’s effectively no market for counterfeit apple goods in North America. Now when it comes to China that’s a different proposition simply due to their complete disregard for IP laws and the fact that you’ve got a much more impressionable and brand obsessed consumer that is completely unaware what an apple product is supposed to be,The point I was making was the difference in quality of a $40 jersey versus a Canadian made authentic (and most counterfeit clothes in general) is on par of that of a iPhone “clone” versus a real iPhone. Yeah and I disagree with your comparison, they just aren’t on par. The consumer perception gap of quality in clothing between counterfeit apparel and authentic is much narrower than consumer electronics. Electronics have very capable substitutes for those looking to shop price point and are not brand loyal. Logo/branded/licensed jerseys don’t offer that lower priced substitute in the eyes of the consumer (walmart price point jerseys are about the only value option which are terrible) which makes the bootleg authentic a very attractive proposition.I’m not arguing about the consumer perception nor the lack of a value option though. I agree with everything you’re saying. One of our points does not negate the other. 1,252 Posted February 10, 2015 Location:Alliston, Ontario imawalkingcorpse Sports Logos Forums Home This topic is now closed to further replies. Link to post 1,252 2 Link to post SportsLogos.Net Medical Crab Forums Home Posted February 10, 2015 Members Followers 2 19 imawalkingcorpse infrared41 Posted February 10, 2015 Share this post 1,979 posts Members Link to post 72 17,857 posts 72 Members 1 autographs coggs coggs Next By nash61, February 9, 2015 in Sports Logo News 12,229 posts Share on other sites Link to post 4,910 posts slapshot nash61 2,192 Location:Alliston, Ontario Great links. Thanks! 0 Posted February 10, 2015 youcan’tseeme 29 FAKING IT: TSN documentary on counterfeiting Moderators Share on other sites Great documentary on that. I hadn’t looked at an NHL jersey in about 15 years, I didn’t realize that they were over 200 bucks now. 8,670 We’re on to 2020. 21,575 0 13,464 posts 3 Jer15 Sports Logos 72 Posted February 10, 2015 Why is it that so many people are fine spending $40 on a knock-off because it’s cheaper, (and allegedly looks perfect) yet not one of those people would buy a knock-off say iPhone for $100 when an authentic one will cost you $700? They’d likely call someone out on having a fake phone yet, the jersey is fine. Most phones are designed to break after 2 years and become obsolete within a year. I just don’t get why clothing seems to be fine to bootleg, yet other things that are price far worse are okay to spend money on?Not a great comparison between clothing and personal electronic devices. An apple product has proprietary functions and features that cannot be easily counterfeited in addition they take very active measures to protect their IP. Sports leagues do not. The ecosystem compatibility is also a huge factor with something like an iPhone. Given apple’s built in IP security and the availability of cost effective substitute there’s effectively no market for counterfeit apple goods in North America. Now when it comes to China that’s a different proposition simply due to their complete disregard for IP laws and the fact that you’ve got a much more impressionable and brand obsessed consumer that is completely unaware what an apple product is supposed to be, Posted February 10, 2015 Share this post Why is it that so many people are fine spending $40 on a knock-off because it’s cheaper, (and allegedly looks perfect) yet not one of those people would buy a knock-off say iPhone for $100 when an authentic one will cost you $700? They’d likely call someone out on having a fake phone yet, the jersey is fine. Most phones are designed to break after 2 years and become obsolete within a year. I just don’t get why clothing seems to be fine to bootleg, yet other things that are priced far worse are okay to spend money on? 1 263 posts 2,192 21,575 72 17 Share on other sites 959 0 Share this post Location:Alliston, Ontario One thing I didn’t realize before seeing the documentary was when the police officer mentioned that most of the proceeds from counterfeit jerseys goes to organized crime. Another weapon in the arsenal for those arguing against buying counterfeits, I suppose.Well technically, counterfeit jersey manufacturing IS organized crime. The term “organized crime” always makes me think of the mafia or something. nash61 959 Link to post Brass I tweeted to the reporter, Rick Winstead, that the Maple Leafs jersey shown in closeups in part 3 was a fake. The crest was in the wrong font. Something many of us here would notice right away, yet it was never mentioned at all that this particular jersey was a fake. Share on other sites Location:Parts Unknown Watched this really interesting TSN documentary on counterfeit autographs, tickets, and jerseys. Good for them for bringing this to the forefront.PART 1: The Name Game (Autographs) http://www.tsn.ca/video/faking-it-the-name-game-1.200794PART 2: Tickets to Nowhere (Tickets) http://www.tsn.ca/video/faking-it-tickets-to-nowhere-1.201661PART 3: Jersey Ploys (Jerseys) http://www.tsn.ca/video/faking-it-jersey-ploys-1.202302 It’s a bowling term I’ve applied to throat rips Sports Logo News Page 1 of 8   4,910 posts Why is it that so many people are fine spending $40 on a knock-off because it’s cheaper, (and allegedly looks perfect) yet not one of those people would buy a knock-off say iPhone for $100 when an authentic one will cost you $700? They’d likely call someone out on having a fake phone yet, the jersey is fine. Most phones are designed to break after 2 years and become obsolete within a year. I just don’t get why clothing seems to be fine to bootleg, yet other things that are price far worse are okay to spend money on? Not a great comparison between clothing and personal electronic devices. An apple product has proprietary functions and features that cannot be easily counterfeited in addition they take very active measures to protect their IP. Sports leagues do not. The ecosystem compatibility is also a huge factor with something like an iPhone. Given apple’s built in IP security and the availability of cost effective substitute there’s effectively no market for counterfeit apple goods in North America. Now when it comes to China that’s a different proposition simply due to their complete disregard for IP laws and the fact that you’ve got a much more impressionable and brand obsessed consumer that is completely unaware what an apple product is supposed to be,The point I was making was the difference in quality of a $40 jersey versus a Canadian made authentic (and most counterfeit clothes in general) is on par of that of a iPhone “clone” versus a real iPhone. Posted February 10, 2015 128 0 Share this post Link to post 3,326 There’s no pleasing people… 37,657 posts 72 Why is it that so many people are fine spending $40 on a knock-off because it’s cheaper, (and allegedly looks perfect) yet not one of those people would buy a knock-off say iPhone for $100 when an authentic one will cost you $700? They’d likely call someone out on having a fake phone yet, the jersey is fine. Most phones are designed to break after 2 years and become obsolete within a year. I just don’t get why clothing seems to be fine to bootleg, yet other things that are price far worse are okay to spend money on? Not a great comparison between clothing and personal electronic devices. An apple product has proprietary functions and features that cannot be easily counterfeited in addition they take very active measures to protect their IP. Sports leagues do not. The ecosystem compatibility is also a huge factor with something like an iPhone. Given apple’s built in IP security and the availability of cost effective substitute there’s effectively no market for counterfeit apple goods in North America. Now when it comes to China that’s a different proposition simply due to their complete disregard for IP laws and the fact that you’ve got a much more impressionable and brand obsessed consumer that is completely unaware what an apple product is supposed to be,The point I was making was the difference in quality of a $40 jersey versus a Canadian made authentic (and most counterfeit clothes in general) is on par of that of a iPhone “clone” versus a real iPhone.Yeah and I disagree with your comparison, they just aren’t on par. The consumer perception gap of quality in clothing between counterfeit apparel and authentic is much narrower than consumer electronics. Electronics have very capable substitutes for those looking to shop price point and are not brand loyal. Logo/branded/licensed jerseys don’t offer that lower priced substitute in the eyes of the consumer (walmart price point jerseys are about the only value option which are terrible) which makes the bootleg authentic a very attractive proposition. Share on other sites 1,204 1 Share this post It’s a bowling term I’ve applied to throat rips 45,948 posts Posted February 10, 2015 Members 1,252 The comments on the articles on TSN read a lot of “They’re good quality, look the same, who cares if it’s fake?” or “It’s so much cheaper and looks the same.”No people, they don’t look the same and most of the ones I have seen are not good quality. Page 1 of 8   5,583 posts 0 MNTwins Members 320 Posted February 10, 2015 Thanks for that. Despite what you think counterfeit jerseys do not matter if the quality is on par with the officials, I having both official and bootleg jerseys. The difference is paying $60 or less for what is a solid replica by essentially chinese slaves or paying $100-400 for a $30 jersey made by essentially chinese slaves that the rich elite consider “authentic products”. I don’t feel moral either way.I could not see paying more than $50 max on a jersey of any kind. It’s something you just wear to support a team, why does it need to be “official”? And yes, you make it up through other purchases to support your team.And they brought up that it sometimes goes into other illegal operations, the two choices for the same product are corrupt businessmen who ruin lives and those in illegal operations who ruins lives. They are honestly on the same level of scum to me, so I just choose to get most of my jerseys from thrift shops. At least i know the money is actually going to help people. 1,252 Share this post 2001mark 19 1 Location:GTA 9,691 posts officeglenn Beckhamcantbendmiami 1,252 Link to post 22,390 posts Link to post Link to post Members 72 MNTwins Location:Tampa, FL 19 720 21,575 Share this post Link to post guest23 Location:Tampa, FL Posted February 10, 2015 youcan’tseeme jerseys Posted February 10, 2015 Share on other sites 2 Share this post Posted February 9, 2015 Share this post randyc 0 29 2001mark The NHL has the most expensive jerseys. $200+ (Canadian) for a jersey with a name on it. I can get a jersey with a name on it from any other league for less than $120 (at most).There is a reason NHL jerseys are the most counter-fitted. NHL replica jerseys are still made with the old jersey material, just a different cut.I would never buy a knock-off, but I really hope this forces prices to drop. 5 We the North! Location:Saint Paul, MN Posted February 10, 2015 Link to post Share this post Share this post Posted February 10, 2015 randyc Location:Ashburton Grove 1,204 5,507 posts Members 1,252 180 posts 29 Posted February 10, 2015 Share this post Posted February 10, 2015 320 Members 1 Link to post It’s a bowling term I’ve applied to throat rips Jer15 17 Share on other sites Link to post 128 Link to post Share on other sites guest23 IceCap IceCap Link to post Share on other sites Link to post 21,575 Link to post 21,575 4,910 posts Moderators 1,535 0 72 Members There is a reason NHL jerseys are the most counter-fitted.Counter-argument: a jersey is a luxury item, not an essential. You don’t NEED one, so you aren’t entitled to one at a “reasonable” price.Don’t get me wrong. The prices are, in my opinion, too high. That’s why I’ve only bought one sweater since the EDGE changeover. The solution, though, isn’t to support an illegal business. It’s to just go “well I guess I won’t get a jersey.” If enough people do that then basic supply and demand will force the NHL to lower their prices. slapshot Followers 2 Favourite Logos:I have some. Share on other sites youcan’tseeme 1 FAKING IT: TSN documentary on counterfeiting Formally mr.negative15 What about speeding? Members IceCap 959 45,948 posts Link to post Share on other sites Recommended Posts youcan’tseeme Sports Logo News Sign in to follow this   Posted February 10, 2015 0 Beckhamcantbendmiami 0 Members 8,670 88 posts 0 youcan’tseeme Share this post 1,535 tickets Share on other sites 72 Sign in to follow this   21,575 17 Moderators Moderators Share this post 5,583 posts Brass Share this post Prev 4 Posted February 10, 2015 infrared41 SportsLogos.Net Weird, I saw something like this on CBC’s Fifth Estate… maybe the same doc?? Guy went to China & bought NHL jerseys sans holograms. FAKING IT: TSN documentary on counterfeiting ^ Nailed it. Link to postlast_img read more

West Ham presented as keen on Barcelona player – Transfer will…

West Ham presented as keen on Barcelona player – Transfer will…

first_imgThe forward arrived at the Camp Nou from Leganés and made three appearances for his new club before football across Europe was suspended due to the Coronavirus outbreak.According to Sport, the La Liga winners are facing a ‘dilemma’ with the Denmark international’s future. It’s claimed he’s gathering attention from elsewhere as West Ham United are ‘still interested’ in him.However, the ongoing pandemic has paralysed the option because the Hammers want to know how their economic situation will be after the crisis ends.Embed from Getty ImagesThe Catalan club paid €18m for Braithwaite and they will not consider letting him leave for ‘less than €18m’, between fixed and variables, to avoid losses.The Premier League remains the ‘most interested market’ for the player and it remains to be seen if West Ham would make an approach for him in the summer.From Italy, Torino and Sassuolo have approached Barca and Braithwaite’s environment.Barcelona haven’t taken a decision on Braithwaite and Sport states they haven’t ruled out the possibility of the attacker continuing at the club next season.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Game is a Must-HaveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉(今晚試試)Keto减肥UndoSmart Tech TrendOver 55? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoEveryday KoalaThese Twins Were Named “Most Beautiful In The World,” Wait Till You See Them TodayEveryday KoalaUndo Long-term injuries to Ousmane Dembélé and Luis Suárez forced Barcelona to sign Martin Braithwaite on February 20th.last_img read more

Ludington and Whitehall tie in girls tennis

Ludington and Whitehall tie in girls tennis

first_img Share $59.99 ENDS IN Displayed poorly Not relevant Inappropriate / Offensive ENDS IN × × Bestseller Inappropriate / Offensive Not relevant Bestseller ENDS IN Displayed poorly Fox Sports Go Inappropriate / Offensive The League Add Comments (Max 320 characters) (8187) Franklin Sports MLB Electronic Baseball … Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Not relevant Report a problem This item is… $15.29$17.99 Report a problem This item is… Other DEAL OF THE DAY (124) Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. 0 Displayed poorly (1862) Report a problem This item is… Displayed poorly Bestseller Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. × Other ENDS IN Displayed poorly DEAL OF THE DAY $26.86$49.99 FOX Sports: Stream live NFL, College Footbal… Not relevant Report a problem This item is… Ads by Amazon DEAL OF THE DAY Report a problem This item is… (1009) $0.00 (35539) Not relevant ENDS IN Displayed poorly Other (1461) Report a problem This item is… Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Dude Perfect Signature Bow Nerf Sports Bi… Inappropriate / Offensive DEAL OF THE DAY × Report a problem This item is… $0.00 Shop Now Other Report a problem This item is… Displayed poorly Other Bestseller Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Other Shares Add Comments (Max 320 characters) LocalSportsJournal.comLudington and Whitehall played to a 4-4 split in girls tennis on Saturday. Winning at singles for the Vikings were Vanessa Heylmun (No. 1) and Kenedy Woodring (No. 3).Doubles winners for Whitehall were Brooke Bachelder and Brooke Sheesley (No. 1) and Morgan DeRose and Lily Grossl (No. 4).The Orioles’ singles winners were Lindsey Holmes (No. 2) and Gaia Rossi (No. 4).In doubles, Ludington was paced by Erin Maltble and Anika Korendyke  (No. 2) and Paighton Bentz and Hailee Ward (No. 3). Bestseller × A Warrior’s Heart Share × Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Not relevant × Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Special… NBC Sports Inappropriate / Offensive $14.99 Displayed poorly DEAL OF THE DAY Add Comments (Max 320 characters) (33138) Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Ads by Amazon Other Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Inappropriate / Offensive Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Mail DEAL OF THE DAY Inappropriate / Offensive ENDS IN Bestseller (22) $0.00 ENDS IN × ENDS IN Inappropriate / Offensive Bestseller Other Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. $3.99 DEAL OF THE DAY Bestseller DEAL OF THE DAY Not relevant Not relevantlast_img read more

Lumberjacks suffer first loss of the season, fall to Under-18 squad 8-3

Lumberjacks suffer first loss of the season, fall to Under-18 squad 8-3

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Share Shares $3.99 Other Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Inappropriate / Offensive ENDS IN Report a problem This item is… (1862) DEAL OF THE DAY ENDS IN Franklin Sports MLB Electronic Baseball … Ads by Amazon FOX Sports: Stream live NFL, College Footbal… By Steve Gunn and Dave HartLocalSportsJournal.comMUSKEGON – You know the Muskegon Lumberjacks have an impressive opponent in town when big names from the hockey world show up to watch.Detroit Red Wings General Manager Ken Holland was at L.C. Walker Arena for Saturday’s game. So was former Red Wing great Steve Yzerman, who until recently was general manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning.They came to scout the elite Team USA Under-18 squad, which has eight players who are currently projected to be picked in the first round of next summer’s National Hockey League draft.The USA squad lived up to its reputation, walking away with an 8-3 victory in front of 2,637 fans at the arena. The loss was the first of the season for the Lumberjacks, who have been the talk of the United States Hockey League after winning their first eight games of the season.Muskegon’s Nolan Sullivan weaves his way through the Team USA defenders for a shot on goal. Photo/Jason GoormanThe Jacks will get a rematch with the Team USA Under-18s in a special Thursday morning home game at 10:30 a.m.“We played them twice in the preseason, so we know what they have,” said Lumberjacks coach Mike Hamilton. “If you don’t play disciplined they will make you pay. I feel we didn’t do a good job of picking up guys without pucks. You have to take away the backdoor goals. We got a little away from our game plan, but we will learn from it.”The Lumberjacks proved they could play with Team USA though the first two periods, when the two talented teams kept trading blows.Muskegon’s Bobby Lynch opened the scoring with his fifth goal of the season at 6:09 of the first period. Team USA tied the score about three minutes later on a goal by Henry Thrun. The Jacks pulled back in the lead with an Owen Farris goal at 11:07, then Team USA struck back with a goal by Cole Caufield.The score was tied 2-2 after one period.Matthew Boldy scored to give the visitors a 3-2 lead at 7:36 of the second period, then Muskegon’s Nolan Sullivan answered less than a minute later to tie the game.But it was all Team USA after that.Christoffer Bjork watches a loose puck flip through the air near the Team USA net. Photo/Jason GoormanCaufield scored his second goal at 10:25 of the second, and Trevor Zegras followed at 17:47, and Team USA led 5-3 at the second intermission.The Lumberjacks pulled starting goalie Brandon Bussi, who has been outstanding all season, midway through the second period, in favor of Keegan Karki. Bussi stopped 12 of 16 shots during his time on the ice.Hamilton said the goalie switch was not punitive – he just thought a change might help.“I was trying to spark the team a little bit, but we didn’t respond,” the coach said.Team USA finished the scoring in the third period with goals by John Beecher, Caufield and Ryder Ralston. Caufield’s goal, his third of the game, came on an empty-netter with 2:21 left.The Lumberjacks had a 33-30 shot advantage. Add Comments (Max 320 characters) IMG_0447IMG_0452IMG_0465IMG_0475IMG_0495IMG_0515IMG_0531IMG_0538IMG_0543IMG_0573IMG_0562IMG_0551IMG_0600IMG_0604IMG_0407IMG_0427IMG_0476IMG_0480IMG_0549IMG_0550IMG_0611IMG_0443IMG_0380IMG_0386IMG_0389IMG_0406IMG_0412 Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. 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Muntari slams England return

Muntari slams England return

first_imgGhana international Sulley Muntari has rebuffed rumours linking him with a return to the English Premier League after a bittersweet campiagn with Italian giants Inter Milan last season.Muntari was part of Inter’s success story in his first season at the San Siro and he is targeting cementing a starting role at the club for the coming season.The 24-year-old is part of Inter Milan’s pre-season training in the United States and refuses to be dragged in the summer transfer links.“I have a contract with Inter for the next three years – I am here and I will not be moving. From yesterday we began this important period of preparation and it’s very important, all is well,” he told Sky Sports.The midfielder won his first scudetto but claims manager Jose Mourinho is in dire need of the Uefa Champions League.“Since he is a great champion he does not want to settle for what we achieved last year,” he added. “Mourinho is very clever. He is our coach, but especially our leader. If he starts sending the right signals, we will react and work well, very seriously as usual.”Source: ghanasoccernet.comlast_img read more

Utah Championship gets prime 2011 tourney dates

Utah Championship gets prime 2011 tourney dates

first_imgSALT LAKE CITY — After years of holding its golf tournament in the fall, the Utah Championship will get a prime summer date for 2011.The Nationwide Tour released its 2011 schedule this week and has moved the Utah Championship to the week of July 25-31 at Willow Creek Country Club. For most of the past 12 years, the tournament has been contested either the first or second week of September.”We’re real excited where we’re at,” said tournament director Mike Smith. “This puts us in the prime of the golf season. In the past, we’ve had to compete with college football, little league football and the start of school. We won’t have those distractions to compete with now.”Smith gave a lot of credit to the Utah Sports Commission, headed by Jeff Robbins, for helping secure the new dates for the tournament. The Sports Commission has been the presenting sponsor for the tournament for the past several years.The Nationwide Tour first came to Utah in 1990 when it was called the Ben Hogan Tour and John Daly won the inaugural event at Riverside Country Club. After being played in Utah for five years, it left for four years before returning in 1999 as the Nike Utah Classic. Last year, Michael Putnam won the tournament.e-mail: sor@desnews.comlast_img read more

City of Wellington will start street maintenance Thursday

City of Wellington will start street maintenance Thursday

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down notlla · 161 weeks ago how about some south of the BNSF Report Reply 0 replies · active 161 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Sumner Newscow report — The City of Wellington will doing street maintenance in the following locations starting Thursday, July 6, 2017:•9th (Jefferson to Washington) – Thursday;•10th (Jefferson to Washington) – Friday;•11th (Jefferson to Washington) – Thursday;•Plum (16th to 22nd) – Thursday and Friday;•Washington (10th to 15th) – Thursday and Friday.The work in Washington starts Thursday on the outside area next to the curbs, then move to the center section Friday. North/south traffic will be open throughout both days.Plum will be open to northbound traffic only Thursday and Friday, with the east lane being treated Thursday and west lane Friday.Lanes will be closed 4-6 hours to allow the treatment material to cure.  Side streets may have temporary closures at the intersections of these streets.For more information, please contact the City Street Department at 326-7831.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more