The 7th grade girls’ basketball team couldn’t overcome a slow start and poor shooting falling to Sunman Dearborn Middle School by the score 32-18.Macy Prickel led the team in scoring with 11 points. Liz Heidlage chipped in with 4 points, Carlie Werner added 2 points, and Ellie Cassidy hit a free throw to round out the scoring.The team travels to Greensburg on Thursday, February 26th to face the Greensburg Bucs.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Shelly Prickel.The BMS 8th grade girls’ basketball team lost to Sunman Dearborn by a score of 55 to 14.Hattie Westerfeld scored 6 points, Ellie Waechter 5 points, Stephanie Nobbe 2 points and Kendall Dickman added 1 point.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Thomas Barnett.
Arsene Wenger is braced for gloomy news as Arsenal await a specialist’s verdict on the tibia injury that could leave Olivier Giroud facing a significant spell on the sidelines. Giroud has been ruled out of Wednesday night’s Champions League qualifier against Besiktas with the shin problem sustained in Saturday’s draw with Everton. It is feared the 27-year-old could be absent for two to three months, robbing Arsenal of their first choice striker just three games into the season. Press Association Summer signing Alexis Sanchez could operate as the lone striker against Besiktas, although doubts have been raised over his ability to perform the role. Sanchez was replaced at half-time at Goodison following an ineffective 45 minutes as the focal point of Arsenal’s attack, but Wenger is convinced he can operate as more than a winger. “You do not convict a player on one half. It was not all bad what he did, there was some quality in what he did,” Wenger said. “It was just that on the day we needed more physical presence. When you’re 2-0 down you don’t play counter attack.” Yaya Sanogo, Lukas Podolski and Joel Campbell are also options, although it is Sanogo, who missed out against Everton because of a hamstring injury, who is most likely to start. Wenger, who ruled out Podolski leaving in the transfer window, is confident he has the options to cover for Giroud’s absence in the second leg of the qualifier at the Emirates Stadium. “Yes of course, why should I not have that confidence?” Wenger said. “Nobody can image that when one player is missing, no matter how big the player is, the team can’t win a game any more.” Arsenal are seeking a 17th successive season in the lucrative group stage of the Champions League, but Wenger insists it would not be a financial disaster should they fail to qualify. The first leg finished in a goalless draw in Istanbul. “It will affect us because we’ll have less income, but it will not affect our balance sheet in a dramatic way because we can survive without that,” Wenger said. “We want to be in the Champions League because we want to play top level football. “Financially we’ve always adapted. When we had small resources, we always adapted to having small resources.” “On Sunday he had a medical check and he needed to have further investigations,” said Wenger, who revealed an announcement will be made over his fitness on Wednesday afternoon or evening. “The first news wasn’t fantastic, but I’m not a doctor so I wait for tomorrow’s (Wednesday’s) complete examination and decision over how long he’ll be out for. “It can be (long term), we’ll see. I don’t know (if it’s broken). It’s sad for us, but for the moment we are focused on the game.” Wenger may be forced into the transfer market in search of a replacement if Giroud is missing for any length of time. The Frenchman, however, refuses to panic buy before the window closes on Monday. “We have plenty of players at centre forward. In England as soon as you have a problem, people want you to buy,” he said. “Unfortunately, I can give you some clubs that every time they lose a game they say they might need to buy more. “We are 24 hours from a big game and our focus is more on that than the transfer window. “I’ve learnt one thing in our job – you say nothing categorically.”
Vice President Pence is making a surprise visit to US troops in Iraq.Pence arrived on the unannounced trip Saturday to meet with American troops ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.Pool reporters traveling with the Vice President said he visited the airbase in western Iraq as well as also spoke with Iraq’s prime minister by phone.On the call, Pence told Mahdi that he traveled to Iraq in part to “extend gratitude” to the men and women of the US military serving in your country, according to the TV travel pool with the vice president.Vice President Pence then delivered remarks to about 150 service members in a hanger. “The President and your Vice President and the American people are behind you 100%,” Pence said, according to the TV travel pool.Pence told the service members that the Trump administration was “fighting to secure another pay raise for the men and women in the military,” but added “we need Congress to do their jobs,” the TV travel pool reported.“Congress should have finished their work months ago, but you know that partisan politics and endless investigations have slowed things down,” Pence said, according to the pool.He was reportedly referring to the House impeachment proceedings into President Donald Trump and Ukraine.Pence also visited the Iraqi city of Erbil, where some US special operations forces have routinely been based.According to reports, he also met with the President of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, Nechirvan Barzani, during that visit.“On behalf of President Trump, I also welcome the opportunity to reiterate the strong bonds forged in the fires of war between people of the United States and Kurdish people across this region,” Pence said during his meeting with Barzani, according to the pool report.Pence’s visit comes over a month after the US announced the withdrawal of US forces out of northern Syria, where America was fighting alongside Kurds in the region.However, after severe backlash from lawmakers, including GOP officials, the Trump administration opted to keep some troops in Syria.President Trump visited troops at the same US Air Force base around Christmas time last year.It was the first trip Trump made to a war zone as President.
NEW ZEALAND 1st innings 582 for 4 decl. (T. Latham 136, R. Taylor 124 n.o., K. Williamson 113, M. Guptill 87, B. Watling 83 n.o)ZIMBABWE 1st innings (overnight 55-0)T. Mawoyo b Southee 26C. Chibhabha c Williamson b Santner 60S. Raza c Williamson b Wagner 3C. Ervine not out 115P. Masvaure b Santner 2S. Williams lbw b Sodhi 16P. Moorc Guptill b Sodhi 71G. Cremer not out 2Extras: (b-8, lb-2) 10Total: (for 6 wickets, 120 overs) 305Fall of wickets: 1-65, 2-83, 3-107, 4-115, 5-147, 6-295.Bowling: T. Southee 24-12-64-1, T. Boult 21-10-37-0, M. Santner 31-5-102-2 N. Wagner 25 -7-51-1, I. Sodhi 18-8-41-2, M. Guptill 1-1-0-0. (REUTERS) – Craig Ervine scored a maiden Test century to help Zimbabwe hold up New Zealand’s victory charge on day three of the second Test and steer the home side to 305 for six in their first innings by stumps yesterday.The featherbed pitch at the Queens Sports Club is a batsman’s paradise with just 10 wickets failing in 270 overs in the game so far to see Zimbabwe close in on the visitors’ first-innings score of 582 for four declared.Ervine took advantage of the conditions to crash an unbeaten 115 after forming a 148-run sixth-wicket partnership with debutant Peter Moor (71).He will be joined today by captain Graeme Cremer (two not out) as the home side look to avoid the follow-on, needing 78 more runs to make New Zealand bat again.Zimbabwe started the day on 55 without loss and it took until the end of the 36th over of their innings for the tourists to make a breakthrough as Tim Southee bowled opener Tino Mawoyo (26) off the inside edge.It brought to an end the fifth-longest opening stand in terms of overs bowled in Zimbabwe’s Test history.Sikandar Raza (three) steered Neil Wagner to Kane Williamson at gully, before the latter dived full-stretch at short cover to dismiss Chamu Chibhabha (60) with a stunning catch off spinner Mitchell Santner.Zimbabwe were teetering when Santner bowled Prince Masvaure (two) and Ish Sodhi trapped Sean Williams (16) leg-before-wicket to reduce the hosts to 147 for five.Ervine and Moor embarked on a patient rebuild of the innings, with the latter undoing some of his good work when he fell late in the day to a reckless shot as he pulled a poor delivery from Sodhi straight to Martin Guptill at midwicket.New Zealand lead the two-match series 1-0 after an innings and 117-run victory in the first Test at the same venue.
Following two losses by a combined 78 points, Syracuse will host Western Michigan in the Carrier Dome on Saturday at noon. While the Orange limp into the Week 4 matchup having scored a combined 26 points in their last eight quarters of play, Western Michigan comes to Syracuse following a 57-10 win over Georgia State.Here’s what to know about the Broncos.All-time series: Syracuse leads 1-0Last time they played: Syracuse defeated Western Michigan 55-42 in its 2018 season opener in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The Orange jumped out to a 24-point lead in the second quarter and then-backup Tommy DeVito entered the game for Syracuse. The Orange offense stalled in that third frame while the Broncos offense racked up 336 yards and 28 points. Late in the third quarter, Eric Dungey returned to quarterback and finished the game with 200 yards rushing as the Orange hung on to their lead and escaped the season opener unscathed.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Western Michigan report: The Broncos are coached by former Syracuse offensive coordinator Tim Lester, who’s entering his second season at the helm of Western Michigan.Similar to Syracuse, Western Michigan lacks a quality Power Five victory through two games. The Broncos’ lone loss came in a 51-17 drubbing at Michigan State.In Western Michigan’s most recent win, the Broncos rushed for 450 yards on Georgia State, including 192 yards and three touchdowns from senior running back Levante Bellamy.The Broncos running back is one of several key players in the Western Michigan offense that returns from last year. Quarterback Jon Wassink, who threw for 379 yards three touchdowns and two interceptions in last year’s game is also back, along with D’Wayne Eskridge. Last year, Eskridge dominated Syracuse with 240 receiving yards and two touchdowns.Normally, that’d be a daunting sight for Syracuse entering Saturday’s matchup. But through three games this year, Eskridge has played most of his snaps at defensive back, not receiver and has caught just one pass in 2019.Opponents have gained nearly equal yards on the ground and through the air against Western Michigan. Having played three games against struggling offenses, it’s tough to evaluate the Broncos defense too closely. Though it’s worth noting they allowed 51 points to a Michigan State offense that’s become a national college football punchline.How Syracuse beats Western Michigan: The arrival of Syracuse’s offense. Last week, Syracuse’s defense did its job against No. 1 Clemson but its efforts received no help. At points last week, Syracuse’s offense appeared to have life, particularly on a drive which featured to back-to-back passes to Moe Neal out of an empty backfield set. Look for the Orange to establish their run game for the first time since Week 1 and find consistency keeping drives moving if the game’s going to end in an SU victory.Stat to know: 100%.Western Michigan’s offense has gone for it on fourth down five times this season and converted all of them. A key to Syracuse winning on Saturday will be getting up early and not allowing second-chance opportunities. With a struggling offense, it’ll be crucial for the Orange to get off the field early.Player to watch: D’Wayne Eskridge, No. 7As previously mentioned, Eskridge carved up the Syracuse defense a season ago for 240 receiving yards and two touchdowns. In Tim Lester’s return the Carrier Dome, it’s fair to assume he’ll want to try some different things in hopes of pulling off an upset. Was Lester holding Eskridge out of the offense for the first few weeks all part of a master plan? Watch out on Saturday and see what side of the ball No. 7’s playing. His explosive speed could be a game changer either way. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 18, 2019 at 11:40 pm Contact Josh: email@example.com | @Schafer_44
The extension of the current management team’s term was confirmed by the county board Chairman Patrick O’Sullivan last night.Donaghy says that Fitzmaurice will have good talent to work with for next year. Kerry lost out on All Ireland glory at the weekend when they were beaten by Dublin in the All Ireland Senior Football Final.
StumbleUpon UK Supreme Court rules against Phil Ivey’s £7.7 million ‘Edge Sorting’ Crockfords Mayfair dispute October 25, 2017 London communications agency Hadden Consulting has confirmed that poker legend Phil Ivey has been granted permission by the Supreme Court to appeal his overturned £7.8 million Punto Banco ‘edge-sorting’ dispute against Genting Casinos.Last November, Ivey who is considered the best poker player in the world lost his legal battle against Crockfords Club Mayfair (Genting Casinos), as the UK Court of Appeal ruled in favour of the casino operator.The Court of Appeal held that Ivey had knowingly used ‘edge-sorting’ skills to gain an unfair advantage on Crockfords. Under its house rules, the casino was therefore right not to pay Ivey his multi-million winnings, since Ivey was deemed to have played a ‘dishonest game’.Following the decision, Ivey’s representatives immediately detailed that the poker pro would take his case to the Supreme Court, the UK’s highest court of appeal for civil cases. Issuing a statement through Hadden Consulting, Ivey commented on the matter‘Last November’s Court of Appeal ruling made no sense to me. The original trial judge ruled that I was not dishonest and none of the three Appeal Court judges disagreed, and yet the decision went against me by a majority of 2 to 1. I am so pleased that the Supreme Court has granted me permission to fight for what I genuinely believe is the right thing to do in my circumstances, and for the entire gaming industry. I look forward to the Supreme Court reversing the decision against me.’Phil Ivey is represented by Richard Spearman QC and Max Mallin QC of Thirty Nine Essex Chambers and Wilberforce Chambers respectively and Matthew Dowd of Archerfield Partners LLP.Matthew Dowd stated: ‘Phil and his legal team are delighted that the Supreme Court judges have decided that the Court of Appeal’s decision should be reviewed. The Court of Appeal’s ruling left the interpretation of Section 42 of the Gambling Act totally unclear and the decision to grant permission to appeal demonstrates that the Supreme Court agrees with that view.’ Share Phil Ivey relaunches Crockfords ‘edge sorting’ trial with UK Supreme Court July 14, 2017 Johnson odds-on to become shortest-serving Prime Minister September 25, 2019 Related Articles Submit Share
FRISCO, Texas – Lamar’s Chastadie Barrs is the Southland Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week, the conference announced Monday. All Southland weekly awards are presented by MidSouth Bank.The senior guard claimed the honor after leading the Cardinals to a victory on the road over a ranked Texas A&M program. Barrs totaled 23 points over 36 minutes in the win while providing perfect clips from the charity stripe (3-for-3) and three-point range (2-for-2).Women’s Basketball Player of the Week – Chastadie Barrs, Lamar – Sr. – Guard –DeSoto, TexasBarrs led the Cardinals with a season-high 23 points in addition to four steals, four assists, seven rebounds in a 74-68 upset over No. 17 Texas A&M last Thursday (Nov. 29). Lamar’s result stands as the program’s fourth-ever victory over a ranked opponent and the first against the Aggies since the 1981-82 season (Jan. 16, 1982). Barrs’ four steals against the Aggies brings her season total to 36, extending her streak of games with a steal to 99 straight – representing each collegiate game in which she has played.Honorable Mention: Cassidy Barrios, Nicholls; Chanell Hayes, Stephen F. Austin.Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.
Paddy Bond (LS Community), Janet Russell (Cashelshanaghan NS), Cliff Smyth (Woodland NS), Donal Casey (LS Community) and Tracey Downes (LS Community) get ready for tomorrow’s big 5K!The Loughside Community 5K took place this evening with almost 400 runners and walkers taking place.The race was won by Ivan Toner in a time of 16.22 followed closely by Mark McPaul just five seconds behind.The committee would like to thank everyone who turned out for the event despite the challenging weather conditions.The following are the times of the 183 runners who took part.Time FirstName Surname Club16.22 ivan toner Letterkenny A C 16.27 MARK MCPAUL Finn Valley A C17.53 JOHN MCELHILL Finn Valley A C18.18 RAYMOND BIRCH Letterkenny A C18.38 Kevin Kealy Individual18.56 PJ HAGAN Milford A C19.19 JOHN WHORISKEY Individual19.34 james stephenson Lifford A C 19.34 ADRIAN GILL Individual19.43 ben carr Finn Valley A C19.59 RYAN JORDAN Individual20.09 JOHN MCFADDEN Individual20.22 DONAL HAUGHEY TÌr Chonaill A C20.30 SEAN PAUL BYRNE Finn Valley A C20.35 troy hegarty Letterkenny A C20.44 SEAMUS NALLEN Individual20.49 MARK CANNING Individual 20.49 AAA AAA Letterkenny A C20.52 CURLY COYLE Individual20.57 KIERON COYLE Letterkenny A C21.20 donnachadh parkinson Individual21.23 MANUS PEOPLES Individual21.27 MICHAEL BURKE Individual21.46 oran kelly Individual 21.50 adrian mcalary Individual21.54 EOIN SHEEDY Milford A C22.11 EUNAN SCANLON Individual22.20 Patrick McFadden Individual22.24 kevin toner Letterkenny A C22.25 ADAM CARR Individual22.26 MATTHEW MCLAUGHLIN Individual22.34 JONATHAN SCANLON Individual22.47 JOE COYLE Individual22.51 PETER CARR Individual22.53 MATTHEW CURLEY Individual22.55 adrian mcclafferty Individual22.58 ailish mcclafferty Individual23.08 MARK OSULLIVAN Finn Valley A C23.27 MARTIN JORDAN Individual23.37 MARK BRADLEY Individual23.38 JOHN CRAIG Individual23.40 DAVID HENRY Individual23.43 BILLY MCFEELY Individual24.08 Tiegan Smith Letterkenny A C24.11 SHAUN ODONNELL Individual24.20 OISIN SCANLON Individual24.22 PAUL MACKINNON Individual24.23 AIDAN KELLY Individual24.29 GLORIA DONAGHEY Finn Valley A C24.33 Rowan Smith Letterkenny A C24.34 liam mcalary Individual24.43 NANCY MCNAMEE Finn Valley A C24.47 SEAN MCFEELY Individual24.54 HELENA CROSSAN Individual24.59 RACHEL CROSSAN Individual25.00 padraig hughes Individual25.02 DANNY HARKIN Individual25.10 ANNETTE SHEEDY Milford A C25.15 sam faulkner Individual25.16 EOIN PARKINSON Individual25.16 JACK MCAULEY Individual25.17 MICHAELA GILLESPIE Individual25.20 CLODAGH SWEENEY Individual25.21 SHANE TREARTY Individual25.24 DANNY SHARKEY Individual25.26 CAOLAN CARR Individual25.28 DARRAGH MCFEELY Individual25.30 JAMES SPARKS Individual25.32 KIERAN MCFEELY Individual25.36 MICHAEL GIBBONS Individual25.50 BRANDON GIBBONS Individual25.54 PAULINE SWEENEY Individual26.23 KAIDEN GIBBONS Individual26.31 mark HUNTER Individual26.43 sean bradley Individual27.05 maria kealy Individual27.09 BRADLEY BOYLE Individual27.10 SOPHIA WARD Individual27.10 john kealy Individual27.10 MICHAEL SWEENEY Individual27.10 REUBEN GRIMES Individual27.10 NOELLE WHITE Individual27.10 ELAINE GRIMES Individual27.26 KILLIAN SAMPSON Individual27.30 RYAN HEGARTY Individual27.35 RUTH MCCRUDDEN Letterkenny A C27.37 AIDAN DIVER Individual27.39 EBEN GRIMES Individual27.45 BREDA DUGGAN Individual27.52 JAMES SWEENEY Individual28.08 JAKE GRIMES Individual28.09 sinead doherty Letterkenny A C28.25 JARLATH WARD Individual28.29 SEAN MCGILLOWAY Individual28.33 julianne herrity Individual28.33 HEATHER MCLAUGHLIN Individual28.33 kerrie beadley Individual28.33 DARRAGH SAMPSON Individual28.34 SEAN DIVER Individual28.38 ADAM TINNEY Individual28.40 cathal herron Individual28.41 CATHERINE GALLINAGH Individual28.41 MATTHEW GALLAGHER Letterkenny A C29.14 JAMES SWEENEY Individual29.24 Ultan Blaney Individual29.27 conor hughes Individual29.32 sophie ellis Individual29.41 LIAM HAUGHEY Individual29.47 Jamie Cunningham Individual29.54 daithi mcdaid Individual30.00 KATE KEMP Individual30.00 leah afxentiou Letterkenny A C31.07 CONOR FERGUSON Individual31.22 PETER SPARKS Individual31.33 BRIANAGH SCANLON Individual31.44 ANNE MARIE MCDEVITT Individual32.03 FIONA GIBBONS Individual32.37 CILLIAN MURPHY Individual32.47 TORI STEWART Individual32.47 BLAKE LAIRD Individual33.47 conor mcdermot Individual33.47 ciara mcdermott Individual33.49 MATTHEW CALLAN Individual33.50 mairead mcdermott Individual34.00 DYLAN GIBBONS Individual34.10 JACK MAILEY Individual34.11 CALLUM FERGUSON Individual34.15 NIKITA BRENNAN Individual34.16 LIZ MULCAHY Individual34.17 DAVID FARRELLY Individual34.17 AIMEE HEGARTY Individual34.30 LUKE TONER Individual34.31 PAUL TONER Letterkenny A C34.36 katelyn russell Letterkenny A C34.36 JACOB CARR Individual34.41 AMELIE PATTERSON Individual34.42 ESME PATTERSON Individual34.45 NIAMH SWEENEY Individual35.09 HAZEL STEWART Individual35.18 DAVID SPARKS Individual35.55 NIAMH GIBBONS Individual35.57 ARCHIE STEWART Individual36.20 EAMONN HERAGHTY Individual37.26 FINNIAN LYNCH Individual37.27 DAVID KENNEDY Individual37.41 mark franklin Individual37.43 AARON BONNER Individual38.25 PAULINE CALLAN Individual38.34 Pat McDermott Individual38.42 FERN DUFFY Individual39.05 ZAK BRADLEY Individual39.08 ELAINE NICHOLLS Individual39.29 ANYA DUFFY Individual39.36 MARNIE DUFFY Individual39.57 ADAM GRADY Individual39.57 PAULA GRADY Individual40.17 CLARA MCGILLOWAY Individual40.18 OWEN GRADY Individual40.21 ANNA MCELHINNEY Individual40.59 alisha hughes Individual41.08 DAISY WHEELER Individual41.12 RONAN OBOYLE Individual42.11 AA BRITTON Individual42.21 HELEN JOHNSTON Individual42.30 SEANNA MCGARRY Individual42.32 Aaron boyce Individual42.36 LUKE MCNERN Individual42.51 AOIFE DOHERTY Individual42.58 LEANNA BRADLEY Individual43.16 eileen patterson Individual44.14 CONNOR CALLAN Individual44.22 LAURA MCGEEHIN Individual44.33 EVA TINNEY Individual44.43 ELLA DADON Individual45.05 OISIN SWEEENEY Individual45.33 MOLLY KENNEDY Individual46.09 HALLE CONNER Individual46.11 SIBI GRIMES Individual46.49 ORAN CONNORS Individual48.06 DANNY MCGAHEY Individual48.20 ETHAN DOWNES Individual48.21 CIAN BLAKE Individual49.21 RONAN KENNEDY IndividualTotal 183ALMOST 400 TAKE PART IN LOUGHSIDE COMMUNITY 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: June 25th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Lough side Community 5K