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Martin Kamburov: CSKA 1948 gives me a chance to pursue a…

first_imgMartin Kamburov commented on his 231st goal in his professional career and Beroe’s 3-0 victory against the Black Sea. Here is what the attacker said:“We made the match easy after the goal. The red card decided a lot of things and the match ended early. A quick second goal after the expulsion of their player and the situation became difficult for the opponent.I have never divided teams. I try to give my best against every opponent.We made a pretty good match. We can use these matches as controls until the end of the season.You can’t help but play for 3 months and then suddenly be at the highest level.We will try to do our best. And to make people happy. With four games, how will we play in Europe? There is little in the realm of fiction. Everyone else just has to lose. And we – just to win.When I realized that I would not stay in Stara Zagora, I want to thank everyone in the city. I will play these matches with all my heart. CSKA 1948 gives me a chance to pursue a great goal. I have the opportunity to achieve it. I hope he helped the club to establish itself in the elite of Bulgaria. I will meet Krasi Balakov for the first time. I hope we can help each other. ” Beroe beat the Black Sea in Stara Zagora and secured a place in the Top 6, Kamburov with goal number 231 in his careerSuccess with 3: 0 for Stara Zagoralast_img read more

Johnson leads Jaguars fightback with unbeaten fifty

first_imgST GEORGE’S, Grenada, CMC – Guyana Jaguars skipper Leon Johnson made a welcome return to form with a half-century which pulled the five-time reigning champions out of trouble on yesterday’s second day of their fifth round contest against Windward Islands Volcanoes. With his side struggling on 25 for two in reply to the hosts’ first innings of 318 at the National Stadium here, Johnson struck a composed unbeaten 65 to steer the innings to the relative safety of 145 for three at the close.The 32-year-old, who made a half-century in his first innings of the season only to gather a mere 77 runs from his last six outings, has struck 11 fours in a knock spanning 122 balls and a shade over 2-½ hours.Crucially, he put on 74 for the third wicket with Test let-hander Shimron Hetmyer who made 32 in his second regional first class appearance in two seasons before gifting his wicket, before adding a further 46 in an unbroken fourth wicket stand with all-rounder Chris Barnwell (28 not out). Keron Cottoy (56) and Shane Shillingford (53) had earlier struck half-centuries as Volca-noes flourished after resuming the day on 212 for six.Unbeaten overnight on 37, Cottoy stretched his seventh wicket stand with Shillingford to 36, hitting 10 fours off 85 balls in just over 1-¾ hours in posting his maiden first class half-century.Once Cottoy perished, Shillingford took responsibility for the innings by anchoring a 57-run, eighth wicket partnership with Sherman Lewis who made 24. All told, Shillingford faced 86 balls in two hours and counted four fours and a six.Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul led Jaguars’ attack with four for 59 while leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo supported with three for 73.Left-arm seamer Preston McSween (2-43) gave the hosts an excellent start when he removed Chandrapaul Hemraj without scoring with a single run on the board in the fifth over. And when new-ball partner Ray Jordan dislodged Tagenarine Chanderpaul for 11 to a catch at the wicket, Jaguars were collapsing yet again.But Johnson steadied the innings, combining with Hetmyer who lashed four fours in a 39-ball knock before top-edging a pull at McSween and was caught at short mid-wicket.last_img read more

Week 9 PPR Rankings: WR

first_imgWEEK 9 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Tight endWeek 9 PPR Rankings: WRsThese rankings are for full-point PPR leagues1Adam Thielen, Vikings vs. Lions2Robert Woods, Rams @ Saints3Julio Jones, Falcons @ Redskins4Antonio Brown, Steelers @ Ravens5Davante Adams, Packers @ Patriots6Jarvis Landry, Browns vs. Chiefs7Michael Thomas, Saints vs. Rams8DeAndre Hopkins, Texans @ Broncos9Devin Funchess, Panthers vs. Buccaneers10John Brown, Ravens vs. Steelers11Brandin Cooks, Rams @ Saints12Tyreek Hill, Chiefs @ Browns13Mike Evans, Buccaneers @ Panthers14Cooper Kupp, Rams @ Saints15Keenan Allen, Chargers @ Seahawks Week 9 Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | KickerA big injury to watch on the PPR front is Keke Coutee’s. The promising rookie missed last week because of a hamstring issue, but with Will Fuller (knee) out for the year, Coutee has a chance to really shine if he makes his way back into Houston’s lineup against Denver. Cooper Kupp (knee) looks to be returning against the Saints, which is also huge. And if Tyreek Hill (groin) is out, look for Chris Conley to be an intriguing boom-or-bust sleeper against the Browns.Reminder: Check back for updates during the week. And for more analysis on each player, check out our standard WR rankings for Week 9. For even more fantasy insight, check out “How You’ll Lose in Week 9”. MORE WEEK 9: Rankings | DFS16JuJu Smith-Schuster, Steelers @ Ravens17Julian Edelman, Patriots vs. Packers18Kenny Golladay, Lions @ Vikings19Josh Gordon, Patriots vs. Packers20Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos vs. Texans21Sammy Watkins, Chiefs @ Browns22Michael Crabtree, Ravens vs. Steelers23Amari Cooper, Cowboys vs. Titans24Tyler Lockett, Seahawks vs. Chargers25Demaryius Thomas, Texans @ Broncos26Danny Amendola, Dolphins vs. Jets27Randall Cobb, Packers @ Patriots28Marvin Jones, Lions @ Vikings29Allen Robinson, Bears @ Bills30Calvin Ridley, Falcons @ Redskins31Willie Snead, Ravens vs. Steelers32Paul Richardson, Redskins vs. Falcons33DeVante Parker, Dolphins vs. Jets34Courtland Sutton, Broncos vs. Texans35Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Packers @ Patriots36Marquise Goodwin, 49ers vs. Raiders37Josh Doctson, Redskins vs. Falcons38Jordy Nelson, Raiders @ 49ers39Jermaine Kearse, Jets @ Dolphins40D.J. Moore, Panthers vs. Buccaneers41Chris Godwin, Buccaneers @ Panthers42Damion Ratley, Browns vs. Chiefs43Aldrick Robinson, Vikings vs. Lions44Doug Baldwin, Seahawks vs. Chargers45Taylor Gabriel, Bears @ Bills46Corey Davis, Titans @ Cowboys47Kendrick Bourne, 49ers vs. Raiders48David Moore, Seahawks vs. Chargers49Mohamed Sanu, Falcons @ Redskins50Cole Beasley, Cowboys vs. Titans51Mike Williams, Chargers @ Seahawks52Tyrell Williams, Chargers @ Seahawks53DeSean Jackson, Buccaneers @ Panthers54Tre’Quan Smith, Saints vs. Rams55Laquon Treadwell, Vikings vs. Lions56T.J. Jones, Lions @ Vikings57Brandon Powell, Lions @ Vikings58Seth Roberts, Raiders @ 49ers59Zay Jones, Bills vs. Bears60Cordarelle Patterson, Patriots vs. Packers61Anthony Miller, Bears @ Bills62Adam Humphries, Buccaneers @ Panthers63Kelvin Benjamin, Bills vs. Bears64Maurice Harris, Redskins vs. Falcons65Jakeem Grant, Dolphins vs. Jets66Pierre Garcon, 49ers vs. Raiders67Brandon LaFell, Raiders @ 49ers68Robby Anderson, Jets @ Dolphins69Michael Gallup, Cowboys vs. Titans70Allen Hurns, Cowboys vs. Titans71Cameron Meredith, Saints vs. Rams72Chris Hogan, Patriots vs. Packers73Martavis Bryant, Raiders @ 49erscenter_img We talked about all the borderline wide receivers with favorable matchups in our standard Week 9 fantasy WR rankings, and while that of course bodes well for receivers in our WR PPR rankings, too, it doesn’t necessarily make any sleepers or potential waiver wire pickups stand out any more. Those types of receivers are going to boom or bust based largely on yards and TDs, not necessarily because they rack up seven or eight catches and give you those extra three or four points that can make all the difference in PPR formats. So, really, you’re just playing the matchup and hoping for that big play or short score.Guys who already receive a bunch of targets (Willie Snead) or have reputations for piling up short receptions (Danny Amendola) are already inflated in our PPR rankings. The fact they have favorable matchups is nice but not necessarily a call to action in PPR leagues, at least not much more than usual. The likes of Paul Richardson (vs. ATL), Josh Doctson (vs. ATL), Antonio Callaway (vs. KC), D.J. Moore (vs. TB), and Jordy Nelson (@ SF) remain exactly who we thought they were, just with higher big-play potential.last_img read more

Rangers make quick work of Angels’ Ricky Nolasco in 10-0 blowout

first_imgARLINGTON, Texas >> Either Ricky Nolasco’s previous two starts were a brief interruption to a horrible season or this start was a brief interruption to the turnaround.The Angels hope it’s the latter.Nolasco was blasted for eight runs, while recording just five outs, in the Angels’ 10-0 loss to the Texas Rangers on Friday night. In the second inning, Jurickson Profar led off with a single. After the Rangers gave Nolasco an out on a sacrifice, Nolasco walked Shin-Soo Choo. He struck out Carlos Gomez for the second out.He never got the third.Mazara singled, Beltre blasted a three-run homer to left and Odor followed with a homer to right, ending Nolasco’s night.“He was just getting behind guys, and when he did get ahead, he couldn’t put guys away,” Manager Mike Scioscia said. “His stuff wasn’t as crisp today.”It was just the fifth time in Nolasco’s 297-start career that he didn’t finish the second inning, and one of those was because of an injury. The last time his performance knocked him out of a game so quickly was Sept. 14, 2013. It was the 12th time he’d allowed at least eight runs, the first since Aug. 31, 2014.This start was so off-the-charts bad, and following two that were so good, that it’s difficult to know what to make of it. Both Scioscia and Nolasco expressed confidence that the direction Nolasco turned in his previous starts is still where he’s headed, this one notwithstanding.“It’s one of those games that’s so ugly you just forget about it and move on,” Nolasco said.At least the Angels didn’t waste any offense on a hopeless night.Hamels blanked them over 7 2/3 innings. The Angels didn’t even get a runner into scoring position. Three of their four baserunners were erased on double plays.“He didn’t do anything we didn’t expect,” Scioscia said, “but he did it well.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img “Just a pretty terrible game,” Nolasco said. “I put us in a huge hole. Just a bad game all around. … I feel bad putting our team down in such a big hole so early. You’re definitely not going to climb out of a hole like that against Cole Hamels.“That was definitely on me.”It was the worst start in a bad season that just started to show signs of a improvement. Nolasco didn’t give up a run in either of his two previous starts, one against the sizzling Dodgers and the other a complete game against the Seattle Mariners.Those two games sliced his ERA from 5.23 to 4.42, which is more in line with the type of pitcher he’s been throughout his career. Just when Nolasco was giving the Angels and their fans hope, this happened.Nolasco retired the first two hitters of the game, and then he walked Nomar Mazara. Adrian Beltre then lined a single into left, followed by Rougned Odor’s run-scoring single into right. Jonathan Lucroy then yanked a line drive off the base of the left-field fence for a two-run double to make it 3-0.last_img read more

Convicted Sex Offender Arrested in Shooting Death of Ohio State Student

first_imgABC News(NEW YORK) —  A convicted sex offender released from prison in November has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of 21-year-old Reagan Tokes, a senior at Ohio State University who was set to graduate this spring.The Grove City Division of Police said Saturday they arrested 29-year-old Brian Lee Golsby. Golsby faces charges of aggravated murder, aggravated kidnapping and aggravated robbery, police said.Tokes, a psychology student from Florida, was last seen leaving her job in Columbus, Ohio, on Wednesday night. Friends reported her missing on Thursday, according to police.Authorities found her naked body on Thursday near an entrance to Scioto Grove Metro Park in Grove City, which is about 12 miles away from Ohio State University. Tokes was pronounced dead at the scene from what appeared to be gunshot wounds to the head. Police said at the time that the “investigation is being addressed as a homicide.”Police said they later found Tokes’ car in Columbus and recovered several pieces of evidence inside the vehicle that could be tested for DNA.Late Friday night, detectives received a call from forensic scientists who matched items found in Tokes’ car with Golsby. Golsby is registered as a sex offender and has no known connection to Tokes, according to police.Sgt. Chris White of Grove City Division of Police’s detective bureau said authorities worked through the night and Saturday morning to track down Golsby. Police executed a search warrant at his home in Columbus where they arrested him early Saturday morning. Golsby’s residence is near where Tokes’ car was found, White said.“There’s been a few sleepless nights here,” White told reporters at a press conference Saturday.Police believe Golsby crossed paths with Tokes shortly after she left work Wednesday night around 9:45 p.m. local time. It’s unclear whether Golbsy approached Tokes before she reached her car.“Within minutes, less than a half an hour, we think that they made their first contact,” White told reporters.An initial autopsy performed on Tokes’ body indicated she was shot twice and found no other evidence of trauma to her body. Authorities are still awaiting the results from the official autopsy report, White said.According to police, Golsby was convicted of kidnapping and rape in Grove City in 2011. He was released from prison in November.Ohio State University said in a statement that it was “deeply saddened” to learn of Tokes’ death.“We extend our heartfelt sympathy to her family and friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with them during this extremely difficult time,” the university said. “Counseling and consultation services are available for those in need of support.”Police urge anyone with information to call Ohio’s Bureau of Criminal Investigations tip line at 1-855-BCI-OHIO. Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more

November 6th Update On All Fall/Winter Sports Programs In Maryland

first_imgVARIOUS LOCATIONS- Here are the updated overall records, conference records, results of their last game and the next game on their schedule, if applicable, time game is to start (all times are EST) and any TV channel it may be aired on.  Starting this week, updates on all basketball programs will begin.  Results are as of conclusion of play on Sunday, November 5th.COPPIN STATE EAGLES (Division I – Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)Men’s Basketball –  First game is at University of Oregon on Friday, 11/10 at 11:59 PM  (PAC12 Network)Women’s Basketball –  First game is at Baylor on Sunday, 11/12 at 2:00 PMWomen’s Volleyball –  4-24 overall; 4-7 MEACLast Game:  Lost 3 sets to none at University of Maryland-Eastern ShoreNext Game:  Friday, 11/11 at Rider 1:00 PMLOYOLA MARYLAND GREYHOUNDS (Division I – Patriot League)Men’s Basketball –  First game is at Northwestern on Friday, 11/10 at 8:30 PMMen’s Soccer –  11-5-1 overall; 7-2-0 PLLast Game:  Won 1-0 vs LafayetteNext Game:  Friday, 11/11 vs TBD (Patriot League Men’s Soccer Tournament Semi-Finals)Women’s Basketball –  First game vs Cornell on Friday, 11/10 at NoonWomen’s Volleyball –  9-18 overall; 3-11 PLLast Game:  Lost 3 sets to 1 set at BucknellNext Game:  Tuesday, 11/7 vs Lafayette at 7:00 PMMORGAN STATE BEARS (FCS for Football; Division I – Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)Men’s Basketball –  First game at Binghampton on Friday, 11/10 at 7:00 PM (ESPN3)Men’s Football –  1-8 overall; 1-5 MEACLast Game:  Lost 41-28 at Bethune-CookmanNext Game:  Saturday, 11/11 at Delaware State 2:00 PMWomen’s Basketball –  First game at Syracuse on Friday, 11/10 at 2:00 PMWomen’s Volleyball –  6-17 overall; 5-5 MEACLast Game:  Won 3 sets to 1 set at Delaware StateNext Game:  Friday, 11/10 at Howard at 7:00 PMMOUNT SAINT MARY’S MARYLAND MOUNTAINEERS (Division I – Northeastern Conference)Men’s Basketball – First game is at Marquette on Friday, 11/10 at 9:00 PMWomen’s Basketball – First game is at Notre Dame on Saturday, 11/11 at 1:00 PMNAVY MIDSHIPMEN (FBS for Football – American Athletic Conference; Patriot League for the rest)Men’s Basketball –  First game is vs Pittsburgh (Veteran’s Classic) on Friday 11/10 at 9:00 PM (CBSSN)Men’s Football –  5-3 overall; 3-3 AACLast Game:  Lost 34-26 at TempleNext Game:  Saturday, 11/11 vs SMU at 3:30 PM (CBSSN)Men’s Wrestling – First match is at Eastern Michigan Open on Saturday, 11/11 TBAWomen’s Basketball – First game is at Marist on Friday, 11/10 at 7:00 PMMen’s Soccer –  2-13-2 overall; 0-7-2 PLLast Game:  Lost 1-0 to BucknellSEASON OVERWomen’s Soccer – 16-4-1 overall; 8-0-1 PLLast Game:  Lost 3-2 to #2 seed Bucknell (2017 Patriot League Women’s Soccer Championship)Next Game:  NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament ???Women’s Volleyball –  21-6 overall; 11-3 PLLast Game:  Won 3 sets to none at LafayetteNext Game:  Tuesday, 11/7 at Lehigh 7:00 PMUNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND TERRAPINS (FBS for Football; Division I – B1G Ten Conference)Men’s Basketball –  First game vs Stony Brook (at East Garden City, NY) on Friday, 11/10 7:00 PMMen’s Football –  4-5 overall; 2-4 B1G TenLast Game:  Lost 31-24 at RutgersNext Game:  Saturday, 11/11 vs Michigan at 3:30 PM (BTN Network)Men’s Soccer –  RANKED #23  10-5-3 overall; 5-1-2 B1G TenLast Game:  Lost 2-1 to Wisconsin (2017 B1G Ten Men’s Soccer Semi-Finals)Next Game:  TBD in NCAA Men’s Soccer TournamentWomen’s Basketball –  First game vs Albany on Friday, 11/10 at 7:00 PMWomen’s Field Hockey –  RANKED #7  13-6 overall; 6-2 B1G TenLast Game:  Lost 3-2 to #3 Seed Penn State (2017 B1G Ten Women’s Field Hockey Semi-Finals)Next Game:  NCAA Women’s Field Hockey 1st Round at #13 Wake Forest on Saturday, 11/11 at 2:00 PMWomen’s Volleyball –  16-10 overall; 5-9 B1G TenLast Game:  Lost 3 sets to 1 set at #8 WisconsinNext Game:  Wednesday, 11/8 at Nebraska at 7:00 PM (BTN)UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-BALTIMORE COUNTY (Division I – America’s East Conference)Men’s Basketball –  First game at SMU (Battle 4 Atlantis Mainland Tournament) on Friday, 11/10 at 8:00 PMMen’s Soccer –  7-6-5 overall; 2-4-1 AECLast Game:  Tied 1-1(2OT) at AlbanySEASON OVERWomen’s Volleyball –  13-11 overall; 5-5 AECLast Game:  Lost 3 sets to 1 set at BinghamptonNext Game:  Friday, 11/10 vs UMass-Lowell at 7:00 PMUNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-EASTERN SHORE HAWKS (Division I – Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)Men’s Basketball –  First game at Maryland on Sunday, 11/12 at 6:00 PM (BTN)Women’s Basketball –  First game at Buffalo on Monday, 11/13 at 7:00 PMWomen’s Volleyball –  24-7 overall; 9-0 MEACLast Game:  Won 3 sets to none vs Coppin StateNext Game:  Friday, 11/10 at Norfolk State at 6:00 PMBOWIE STATE BULLDOGS (Division II – Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association)Men’s Basketball –  First game is at Shepherd University on Friday, 11/10 at 7:30 PMMen’s Football – RANKED #20  9-1 overall; 6-1 CIAALast Game:  Won 77-21 at Elizabeth City State UniversityNext Game:  vs TBD (NCAA Super Region 2 – Round 1) on Saturday, 11/18 at NoonWomen’s Basketball –  First game at Kutztown University on Friday, 11/10 at 1:00 PMWomen’s Volleyball –  5-22 overall; 1-13 CIAALast Game:  Won 3 sets to none at Washington Adventist UniversityNext Game:  Thursday, 11/9 vs Lincoln University (PA) TBAFROSTBURG STATE BOBCATS (Division III – New Jersey Athletic Conference for Football; Capital Athletic Conference for rest)Men’s Basketball –  First game at Case Western Reserve Tournament on Friday, 11/17 at 7:00 PMMen’s Football –  RANKED #17  8-1 overall; 7-1 NJACLast Game:  Won 17-14 vs KeanNext Game:  Saturday, 11/11 at Salisbury TBAWomen’s Basketball –  First game vs Mount Aloysius on Wednesday, 11/15 at 6:00 PMWomen’s Soccer –  9-8-2 overall; 7-1-1 CACLast Game:  Lost 4-0 to #1 Seed Christopher Newport (2017 CAC Women’s Soccer Championship)SEASON OVERGOUCHER GOPHERS (Division III – Landmark Conference)Men’s Basketball –  First game vs Wilson on Wednesday, 11/15 at 7:30 PMWomen’s Basketball –  First game vs Shenandoah on Wednesday, 11/15 at 5:30 PMHOOD BLAZERS (Division III – Capital Athletic Conference)Men’s Basketball –  First game at Swarthmore on Wednesday, 11/15 at 8:00 PMWomen’s Basketball –  First game at St. Mary’s (Maryland) on Friday, 11/17 at 7:30 PMJOHNS HOPKINS BLUE JAYS (Division III – Centennial Conference)Men’s Basketball –  First game vs LeTourneau at Memphis, TN on Saturday, 11/18 at 2:00 PMMen’s Football –  RANKED #20  8-1 overall; 7-1 CCLast Game:  Won 57-14 vs JunaitaNext Game:  Saturday, 11/11 at McDaniel at NoonMen’s Soccer –  RANKED #24  14-1-3 overall; 7-0-2Last Game:  Lost 2-2(4-2 PKs) to #5 Seed Dickinson (2017 Centennial Conference Men’s Soccer Semi-Finals)Next Game:  NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer Tournament ???Women’s Basketball –  First game at Messiah on Wednesday, 11/15 at 6:00 PMWomen’s Field Hockey –  14-5 overall; 9-1 CCLast Game:  Lost 2-1 to #2 Seed Franklin & Marshall (2017 Centennial Conference Women’s Field Hockey Championship)Next Game:  NCAA Division III Women’s Field Hockey Tournament  ???Women’s Soccer –  RANKED #10  15-2-3 overall; 10-0-0 CCLast Game:  Lost 2-2(3-1 PKs) to #2 Seed Swarthmore (2017 Centennial Conference Women’s Soccer Championship)Next Game:  NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Tournament ???Women’s Volleyball –  RANKED #14  24-3 overall; 10-0 CCLast Game:  Won 3 sets to 1 set vs #2 Seed Swarthmore (2017 Centennial Conference Women’s Volleyball Championship)Next Game:  TBD in NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball TournamentMCDANIEL GREEN TERROR (Division III – Centennial Conference)Men’s Basketball –  First game is at Penn State-Brandywine on Wednesday, 11/15 at 7:00 PMMen’s Football –  3-6 overall; 2-6 CCLast Game:  Lost 33-10 at SusquehannaNext Game:  Saturday, 11/11 vs Johns Hopkins NoonMen’s Soccer –  9-6-2 overall; 2-6-1 CCLast Game:  Won 5-0 vs JunaitaSEASON OVERWomen’s Basketball –  First game is at York (PA) on Wednesday, 11/15 at 6:00 PMWomen’s Soccer –  12-5-2 overall; 6-3-1 CCLast Game:  Lost 1-1(4-3 PKs) to #1 Seed Johns Hopkins (2017 Centennial Conference Women’s Soccer Semi-Finals)SEASON OVERWomen’s Volleyball –  19-8 overall; 6-4 CCLast Game:  Lost 3 sets to 1 set to #1 Seed Johns Hopkins (2017 Centennial Conference Women’s Volleyball Semi-Finals)SEASON OVERNOTRE DAME MARYLAND GATORS (Division III – Colonial States Athletic Conference)Women’s Basketball –  First game is at Scotty Wood Tournament on Friday, 11/17 TBAWomen’s Volleyball –  23-7 overll; 6-4 CSACLast Game:  Lost 3 sets to none to #2 Seed Cabrini (2017 Colonial States Athletic Conference Women’s Volleyball Semi-Finals)SEASON OVERSAINT MARY’S MARYLAND SEAHAWKS (Division III – Capital Athletic Conference)Men’s Basketball –  First game vs Gallaudet on Wednesday, 11/15 at 6:00 PMMen’s Soccer –  11-7-0 overall; 7-2-0 CACLast Game:  Lost 1-0 to #3 Seed Mary Washington (2017 Capital Athletic Conference Men’s Soccer Semi-Finals)SEASON OVERWomen’s Basketball –  First game vs Catholic on Wednesday, 11/15 at 8:00 PMWomen’s Soccer –  6-9-4 overall; 4-3-2 CACLast Game:  Lost 3-0 to #1 seed Christopher Newport (2017 Capital Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Semi-Finals)SEASON OVERSALISBURY SEA GULLS (Division III – New Jersey Athletic Conference for Football; Capital Athletic Conference for rest)Men’s Basketball –  First game vs Washington College on Wednesday, 11/15 at 7:30 PMMen’s Football –  7-2 overall; 7-1 NJACLast Game:  Lost 30-20 at #13 WesleyNext Game:  Saturday, 11/11 vs #17 Frostburg State TBAMen’s Soccer –  8-9-3 overall; 4-3-2 CACLast Game:  Lost 3-0 to #1 Seed Christopher Newport (2017 Capital Athletic Conference Men’s Soccer Semi-Finals)SEASON OVERWomen’s Basketball –  First game is at Virginia Wesleyan on Wednesday, 11/15 at 5:00 PMWomen’s Field Hockey –  12-4 overall; 5-1 CACLast Game:  Lost 2-1(2OT) to #1 Seed Christopher Newport (2017 Capital Athletic Conference Women’s Field Hockey Championship)Next Game:  TBD (NCAA Division III Women’s Field Hockey 2nd Round) on Saturday, 11/11 at 2:00 PMWomen’s Soccer –  10-10-0 overall; 7-2-0 CACLast Game:  Lost 1-0 to #2 Seed Frostburg State (2017 Capital Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Semi-Finals)SEASON OVERWomen’s Volleyball –  19-10 overall; 6-3 CACLast Game:  Lost 3 sets to 1 set to #1 Seed Christopher Newport (2017 Capital Athletic Conference Women’s Volleyball Semi-Finals)SEASON OVERSTEVENSON MUSTANGS (Division III – Middle Athletic Conference Commonwealth)Men’s Basketball –  First game vs Elizabethtown on Wednesday, 11/15 at 8:00 PMMen’s Football –  5-4 overall; 5-3 MACLast Game:  Won 44-12 at WilkesNext Game:  Saturday, 11/11 vs Lycoming at NoonWomen’s Basketball –  First game vs RIT (at Swarthmore, PA) on Friday, 11/17 at 7:00 PMWomen’s Volleyball –  32-1 overall; 8-0 MACLast Game:  Won 3 sets to 1 set vs #2 Seed Alvernia (2017 Middle Athletic Conference Commonwealth Women’s Volleyball Championship)Next Game:  TBD (2017 NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball Tournament)WASHINGTON COLLEGE SHOREMEN/SHOREWOMEN (Division III – Centennial Conference)Men’s Basketball –  First game is at Salisbury on Wednesday, 11/15 at 7:30 PMWomen’s Basketball –  First game vs Goucher (at St. Mary’s Maryland) on Friday, 11/17 at 5:30 PM–  9-9 overall; 6-4 CCLast Game:  Lost 2-1(OT) to #4 Seed Haverford (2017 Centennial Conference Women’s Field Hockey 1st Round)SEASON OVER Please follow and like us:last_img read more

Capitals make two AHL deals involving the Hershey Bears

first_imgThe Washington Capitals have traded Hubert Labrie for former 3 time AHL all star Joe Whitney from Hartford! Joe has collected 19 points (nine goals, 10 assists) in 40 games with the Wolf Pack this season.The Washington Capitals have traded forward John Albert to the New York Rangers for forward Adam Chapie. Adam is in his second professional season with the Wolf Pack. Chapie has seven points (two goals, five assists) in 31 games.Welcome to Hershey Whitney and Chapie. Good luck to Labrie, and Albert with the Wolf PackBoth Whitney and Chapie are expected to join the Hershey for tomorrow’s game against their old club. The Bears and Wolf Pack play Saturday at 7 p.m. at the GC in Hershey.Please follow and like us:last_img read more

College football value picks and weak betting lines to exploit in Week 9

first_imgEvery week we see the college football lines drift either too high or too low, so we wait until we find the value in those soft spots on the college football odds board. Let’s check out those weak numbers below and keep cashing tickets.MORE: Get the latest NCAA odds & betting advice at Sportsbook Review Illinois (+7.5 to +10) at PurdueSaturday, Oct. 26, noon ETIt’s no wonder the college football odds at many of the best online sportsbooks have spiked on Purdue because it’s a reaction to the stunning win Illinois pulled last week when they defeated Wisconsin as a 29-point road underdog.The conventional wisdom is that the Illini will still be basking in the afterglow of one of the biggest upsets of the season, and against a conference rival no less, which will mean a big letdown against Purdue this week, a team they have lost to in four of their last five meetings. But let’s not forget the Boilermakers have not exactly been a house on fire recently, having dropped four of their last five and averaging just 22.2 points per game over that span.We thought the original opener of Purdue -7.5 gave us a bit of value with Illinois but now getting 10.5 makes the Illini a must-bet.Final score: Purdue 31, Illinois 27Free pick: Illinois to cover +10 (-105)Oklahoma State (+8.5 to +10.5) at Iowa StateSaturday, Oct. 26, 3:30 p.m. ETWhenever we see the lines cross onto, or through critical numbers, we are always a bit tempted to take a bite of that apple. In college and pro football those numbers are 3, 4, 6, 7 and if we string it out a bit further, the number 10 is in play as well because it equals a touchdown (plus the extra point) and a field goal.In this case, we see the line has jumped a full two points and has crossed the 10 to where it now sits at Oklahoma State +10.5, which at the very least intrigues us. But when you factor in that the Cowboys have covered three of four on the road and Iowa State could very well be caught looking ahead to the following week’s huge game against No. 6 Oklahoma, then there is definite value in this inflated number. Take the points and back Okie State in your college football picks.Final score: Iowa State 34, Oklahoma State 30Free pick: Oklahoma State to cover +10 ½ (-105)California (+17.5 to +21.5) at UtahSaturday, Oct. 26, 10 p.m. ETBefore we discuss the line jump from 17 ½ to 21 ½, it’s best if we review the total in this game, or what is called the over/under in the public’s vernacular. Here we have a 21.5-point favorite but the total sits at about 37 at most of the major offshores. Huh? Talk about your correlated parlays. We get the fact that both teams boast stingy defenses but when one side is getting north of three touchdowns and the total reflects barely more than five being scored in the entire game, then that means one thing — value. Don’t let this gem slip by and bet the Golden Bears +21.5 to hang in there and get the cover.Final score: Utah 27, California 13Free pick: California to cover +21 ½ (-109)last_img read more

James Baumgarner, 78, formerly of Wellington: Dec. 28, 1938 – Jan. 2, 2017

first_imgJames BaumgarnerJames Baumgarner was born on December 28, 1938 in Wellington.  He died of pneumonia on January 2, 2017 in Bedford, Pennsylvania, after having defeated cancer (prostate, tongue, throat, lung) nine times.He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Ani, of Bedford, Pennsylvania, his brother David of Wellington, Kansas, his sister Sue Freemyer and husband Howard of Jayton, Texas, his brother Johnnie Mack of Wichita, Kansas, his sister-in-law Teresa Baumgarner of Hilo, Hawaii, many nephews and nieces in Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Hawaii, North Carolina, California, and many lifelong friends, with whom he kept in touch through the years.  He was preceded in death by his parents James and Clara (Ogle) Baumgarner, one brother, Richard, and three sisters, Margaret Rayl, Mary Anice Turley, and Jane Bennett.Jim was enthusiastic about life.  He was a loving, talented, and passionate man who was always there to help family, friends, and strangers alike.  He was an encouragement to all and his family will always be thankful for his loving guidance and help.Jim was a wildcat oil field “roughneck,” a Golden Gloves boxer, and a 101st Airborne paratrooper.  After graduating from the University of Missouri School of Journalism, he worked for UPI, Ziff-Davis magazines, Rupert Murdoch publications, and McGraw-Hill’s Washington DC bureau, covering stories for Aviation Daily.  Along the way he received writing awards from Aviation/Space Writers Association, Air Traffic Control Association, and International Loran Association.  He lived in Kansas, Missouri, Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland, and spent his final years in Bedford, Pennsylvania, where he and his wife opened a gift shop, enjoyed retirement traveling to visit family, going on day trips, and with his spare time Jim did what he wanted to do most—write a book.Jim was an aviation reporter who traveled the world.  His favorite trips were his biennial trips to the Paris Air Show in France and the Farnborough Air Show in England on which he took his wife along.  It was on one of his trips, at JFK Airport, that Jim had met his future wife, Ani.  He was on his way to Jordan to write a story about the Royal Jordanian Airlines, and she was on her way back to her job at the United Nations in Beirut after a vacation spent with her family in Los Angeles.  That was a double memorable trip for Jim, as during that same trip he also met with King Hussein of Jordan.  Beirut was in civil war then, communicating was hard, and eleven years after they met, Jim and Ani were married.In his words, Jim “lived his life well.”Memorial service to celebrate Jim’s life and internment will take place in Spring 2017 in Wellington.last_img read more

Wellington Health and Rehab building at 1600 W. 8th St. is available as a tornado/storm shelter

first_imgClick to enlarge.Sumner Newscow report — The Wellington Health and Rehabilitation located at 1600 W. 8th Street is once again available to the public as a tornado/storm shelter.  Marla Nispel, the administrator for the facility, informed the City that the building is open for use as a shelter.  The public should enter through the back or west door as in the past.  The conference room and women’s bathroom are available for visitors.  As before, pets in carriers are allowed. Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. 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 Comments 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 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. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! 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 commentslast_img read more