Boys soccer Lakers oust Mustangs again; Westhill tops Cazenovia in OT

first_img Tags: boys soccerMarcellusskaneatelesWesthill Given the wild nature of the 3-2 game the Lakers claimed on Sept. 25, it surprised no one that there was an early goal. It only took three minutes, 11 seconds for Tylar Moss to force a turnover in the right corner and cross to the middle, where Owen Cheney’s perfect header sailed past Cory Cangemi.Skaneateles enjoyed most of the good chances in the first half. Were it not for at least three strong stops from Cangemi (he would finish with 12 saves), the Lakers may have built a much larger margin.Instead, Skaneateles would have to protect that one-goal lead for more than 76 minutes, but it did so quite well. Defenders Alex Arefyev, Andrew Moss, Will Pinckney and Gavin Cheney constantly forced the Mustangs’ forwards outside and into low-percentage shots. Though Andrew Neumann finished with eight saves, rarely were the stops difficult ones. But Neumann did make a diving stop on Matt Kershaw’s low shot at the left post early in the second half, and the Mustangs never got as close again.Both teams dominated their respective opening-round matches, with Marcellus bashing no. 14 seed Adirondack 9-0 and Skaneateles handling no. 11 seed Vernon-Verona-Sherrill 7-0.The Mustangs had Brett Beal earn four assists and Kershaw two assists as four players – Ryan Lundrigan, Tristan Jarvi, Marcelo Suarez and JoshWilkinson – score two goals apiece. Grady Germain had one goal and one assist, with Dakota Baker adding an assist.As for the Lakers, it led VVS 3-0 by halftime and kept going as Tylar Moss piled up three goals and two assists. Single goals went to Owen Cheney, Landon Hellwig, Jack Donovan and Ben Clymer, with Arefyev and Andrew Moss getting single assists.Meanwhile, there was Westhill, the reigning sectional and state champions, lined up as a no. 4 seed to meet no. 5 seed Cazenovia in the quarterfinals – this after the Warriors had ousted the Lakers in each of the previous three sectional title games.And once again, it was Westhill ending Cazenovia’s season, rallying to edge the Lakers 2-1 in double overtime.Netting the only goal of the first half, Cazenovia had Joe Spires, in the 17th minute pass to Jake Scherrer, who flung a shot home. Meanwhile, a steady Lakers defense made Westhill work every time it had the ball.As they moved to the second half it stayed 1-0, but the Warriors stayed patient and pulled even, 1-1, sending this sectional game beyond regulation.One 15-minute sudden-victory overtime passed without a resolution. And the two sides were inching toward penalty kicks when Bo BenYehuda’s corner kick found its way past several Laker defenders and past goalie Ethan Baker to end it.Philip Bogan and Will Delano get the goals, while BenYehuda and Jackson Powers earned assists. Ian Prebish finished with four saves.Westhill had first rolled past no. 13 seed Oneida 5-0 in last Tuesday’s rainy opening round, getting five goals from five different players –BenYehuda, Bogan, Powers, Andrew Centore and Henry Centore. Tom Coman and Chris Schwartz earned assists.The sectional bracket had opened up in the early rounds when top seed General Brown was stunned by no. 16 seed Holland Patent, the Golden Knights then falling to no. 8 seed Chittenango in the quarterfinals.So it’s Westhill facing the Bears in Wednesday’s semifinal alongside Skaneateles taking on no. 2 seed Clinton, the two games taking place at Fayetteville-Manlius and the winners advancing to the Nov. 4 title game at Jamesville-DeWitt. When the Section III Class B boys soccer playoff bracket was released, immediate attention was given to the possibility of some epochal match-ups in the quarterfinal round if the seeds held.Of greatest interest was Marcellus meeting Skaneateles, with the no. 3 seed Mustangs at home, trying to break a skid against the no. 6 seed Lakers that included a 2-1 defeat in this exact same round one year ago.Again, it was close – but once again, it was Skaneateles finishing on top, getting the only goal it needed in the opening minutes and then riding letter-perfect defense to a 1-0 win. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story last_img read more


first_imgThe following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety daily incident log from Wednesday, Jan. 25. Crimes against propertyat 7:37 p.m., DPS officers on routine patrol saw a suspect attempting to remove a bicycle from a rack at Pacific Apartments and detained him for investigation. The officers confirmed the bike did not belong to the suspect, and he was arrested and transported to S/W station for booking.At 1:23 p.m., Retail Unit officers at the Pertusati University Bookstore monitoring surveillance cameras saw a student pick up a backpack and place it in a backpack he was wearing. The officers detained the student when he exited the store without paying for the merchandise, and DPS officers were requested to continue the investigation. The student was arrested and transported to 77th station for booking.Miscellaneous incidentsat 1:03 p.m., DPS officers responded to a non-USC female who sustained scratches to her forehead when she drove her vehicle over a curb at Parking Lot 6, causing the airbags to deploy. The female was examined by an LAFD RA unit, but she declined medical treatment and was released at the scene. There was unspecified damage to the 10:23 a.m., DPS officers responded to a report of a student and her boyfriend involved in an altercation at 1287 37th Pl. and detained them for questioning. The student stated that her boyfriend hit her with the back of his hand during an argument, and she had a visible bruise on her cheek and a scratch on her neck, which she sustained during another physical encounter with him the previous day. The officers arrested the boyfriend and transported him to 77th station for booking.last_img read more

Henshaw and Sexton back in Leinster side

first_imgRobbie Henshaw and Jonathan Sexton are back in the Leinster side for tonight’s Pro 12 semi final with the Scarlets at the RDS.A niggling ankle knock means Leo Cullen opts to leave second row Devin Toner on the bench.While Sean O’Brien also starts among the replacements after his return from a hamstring injury. Kick off in Ballsbridge is at 7.45. Photo: © Leinsterrugby.ielast_img

Chelsea reject £35m bids from Barcelona, Atletico Madrid for Willian

first_imgChelsea appear determined to keep winger, Willian, after the club once again rebuffed approaches for the player.The club rejected bids of £35m from both Spanish Champions, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid for the Brazilian according to reports from England.Chelsea had earlier rejected three bids – a final one of about £55m – last summer for Willian while further approaches from Barcelona, including a rumoured player-plus-cash switch, were binned by the Blues.Willian has one year left on his current deal and could leave the club for free if he does not sign a new contract.The player has been a key part of Chelsea’s team since his move from Russian side, Anzhi Makhachkala, for £30m in 2013.While he’s had a decent time at the club, including winning two Premier League titles, a Europa League crown and an FA Cup while scoring 52 goals, Willian’s starting place came under threat last season with the rise of Callum Hudson-Odoi and Maurizio Sarri’s preference for Pedro in the second half of the campaign.However, with star player Eden Hazard now a Real Madrid signing, Willian’s importance to Chelsea might become pronounced again.And with the club facing a two-transfer window ban, they would prefer not to lose any more of their main players.Willian is currently away with Brazil at the Copa America where he was a late call-up to replace the injured Neymar.He came on as a substitute in the host nation’s 3-0 win over Bolivia.last_img read more

Mann-Hummel Rally Tešanj 2014 this Weekend

first_imgJust two days left till the beginning of the tourist-sports event in Tešanj. The 1st Rally Tešanj will be held on November 8th and 9th and sponsored by the Municipality of Tešanj and several economic subjects from Jelah and Tešanj. The general sponsor of this event is the Mann-Hummel company.The solemn start of the Rally is scheduled for Saturday, November 8th at 20:01 in front of the Municipality Tešanj while on Sunday, November 9th it will start at 09:01 in front of the Mann-Hummel company. The first crew will drive 141 kilometres of which 51 kilometre is quick test (4 quick tests two times will be driven e. g. BI UNO, BI OAZA, BI HIFA and BI ŠIJE).The Rally will end on the same day at 18:00 o’clock near the shopping centre “Ukus” where winners will be pronounced.(Source: Klix / photo: read more

Netball boss ‘extremely happy’

first_imgThe Pepes finished second at the tournament behind winners Northern Ireland. Six teams took part in the tournament.“The girls did well despite having only 11 players. The board is very happy with the result which is an improvement from their performance at the last Nations Cup,” said Leka Maliaki.She added that, going forward the team will continue to train and keep fit for upcoming international events scheduled for March next year.“We maintained the core of the team from the Pacific Games and got results. Stability is important and we want to keep them together, training and maintaining that high level of competitiveness,” said Leka Maliaki.The Pepes arrive tomorrow morning.last_img

James and Bale, the face and the cross

first_img16 The other side of the coin is that of Bale, a different way of handling a very similar situation. Zidane, who rubbed his hands on the last tour, when Gareth was close to leaving for China and the coach said at a press conference that “if it’s tomorrow, better”, she had to stay with him. His performance, heavily influenced by his continued injuries, has not helped Cardiff’s: 3 goals and 2 assists in total, participating in a goal every 232 minutes. He Real Madrid will have the next market two problems that has dragged on since last summer, the cases of James Rodríguez and Gareth Bale. Both have lost the favor of the board, the coach and, in the majority, the fans. But one, the Colombian will do his part to leave the Bernabéu and another, the Welshman, will sell expensive his possible exit. Bale’s intention, despite everything, is to continue on target. He is happy in the city, like his family, and he does not conceive of a movement that reduces his high salary (14.5 million net), one of the reasons why Madrid wants to do without it. All this means that in the club, which would not ask for a large sum from an eventual buyer, they fear a new entrenchment of the hero of Lisbon or Kiev.center_img eleven As AS has told, Jorge Mendes, James’s agent, is already in talks with different teams from Italy and England, among them Juventus and Manchester United. The ’16’, with a contract until 2021 and priced (as Bale) at 40 million by Transfermarkt, assumes that her relationship with Zidane fell apart long ago, which has led him to record his worst data at this point since he arrived in Madrid in terms of minutes (680), goals (1) and assists (2).last_img read more

Just like de old lady, some MPs really worried!

first_imgDe Bellcrier met an ordinary old lady de other day and during de conversation, she seh how worried she is if Uncle Donald is to win de upcoming elections. I tell she that Uncle Donald is a past President and he not running fuh elections. She tell me I don’t listen and that she mean Uncle Trump. She expected me to know which Uncle Donald she was talking about. Not wanting fuh argue about that, I ask if she is a US citizen. She said no and she is a citizen of East Coast. She worry because she gat family in Uncle Trump country (now she specify) and if some of the things come through he seh he gon do if he win, de lil small-piece she does normally get from foreign, could dry up like how business drying up in GT. De business people worried too!What come out from the conversation is that no matter how far something deh, it still affecting yuh, just like how de sun deh millions a miles away and it does bun you pun a sunny day. Is de same way some Olympic athletes who live in lands far away from Brazil worry about de upcoming games! But with big events like that, de show does always go on! One show that going on and going on really big, is de CPL! Warriors fans was worried in de first game which was a thriller! But like true champions, de Warriors come through and erase de fans worries! De other teams now worry about Guptil and de rest of de Warriors! De Bellcrier seh keep dem worried Warriors! While de lady worrying about something far far away, some worrying about things right here!Plenty people happy over de recent big oil find that making international news and putting de country in a positive spotlight. But others worry about de process and how de wealth would reach de masses. While dem teking comfort that is early days, dem worryiness not going away easy. Dem seh while oil does bring plenty wealth, it does also bring other things. Dem not sehin what is de other things! Also, word is that smoking in public places here might soon get ban. Smokers worried, especially dem who must get nicotine very often! Don’t be surprise if de smokers ask for a commission of inquiry to determine what is a public place. Apparently, dem who most worry is some MP’s who must “light up”! Dem worry because Parliament is at Public Building! So is both de ordinary lady and some law makers worry! Some hollering that is an example of equity in de country! Ting-a-ling-ling!last_img read more

Special order

first_imgAthletes ages eight to 80 will compete in 10 different sports at the event, Dawn Brooks said. “Kids love them,” Brooks said. “When a police officer walks up to them and talks to them, their faces just light up.” Sheriff’s deputies will serve food on Wednesday. CHP and Corrections officers will serve on Thursday. “Anytime we can help children, it’s always going to be a worthy cause,” CHP officer Henry Ross said. “I think it’s good for the children, and it’s good for the community.” (661) 267-7802160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! About 500 such athletes will compete June9 in the 2007 High Desert Special Olympic Games at Antelope Valley College. “It’s fantastic,” Antelope Valley Special Olympics fundraising coordinator Dawn Brooks said. “It’s a show of support from the community that’s not just the family members. That they’re giving their time for the kids that they don’t have to. “It’s good P.R. for us and for them.” Brooks said her 11-year-old daughter, Kaylin, who suffers from Down syndrome, will compete in the Special Olympics for a fourth year. In past years, she said, Kaylin has given any medals she has won to law-enforcement officials in appreciation of their help putting on the games. LANCASTER – Law-enforcement officials rely on tips from the public every day in their crime-fighting efforts. Later this week, they will need the public to help a local charity. Officials from three agencies – the Sheriff’s Department, the California Highway Patrol and the state Department of Corrections – will serve food at a Lancaster eatery to raise money for the Antelope Valley chapter of the Special Olympics. All tip money raised during lunch (11a.m. to 2p.m.) and dinner (5p.m to 9p.m.) hours on Wednesday and Thursday at Marie Callender’s will benefit local athletes with disabilities. last_img read more


first_imgThe Red Door Country House in Fahan, Inishowen has won Restaurant Wedding Venue of the Year at the weddingsonline 2016 Awards for the third year in a row!The 2016 award winners were revealed on Monday February 15th at The Grand Hotel Malahide, Dublin during a glamorous black tie gala ceremony. The country’s finest wedding businesses and services gathered at the prestigious event to celebrate the winners of Ireland’s most coveted annual wedding awards.Unfortunately The Red Door team couldn’t attend the event at the last minute, but Muff based wedding photographer Jay Doherty, accepted the award on their behalf.Over 35,000 couples voted for their favourite suppliers and venues in a range of categories, who were then judged by a panel of digital marketing professionals and wedding industry experts.Judges this year were Sara Kennedy, sales & marketing specialist and wedding blogger for, Gareth Dunlop; CEO at Fathom, a user experience consultancy, Mark Richardson, Ireland’s leading sales and communication skills expert and founder of and Ken Fitzpatrick, CEO of the Digital Marketing Institute. The 36 categories in the weddingsonline Awards 2016 include a range of wedding services offered to engaged couples nationwide, from venues to photographer, to planners and flowers.“The annual weddingsonline Awards which are now in their 7th year, have become the industry standard, rewarding the professionalism, dedication and exceptional service given by the Irish wedding industry,” said Peter Bryans, MD of weddingsonline.“I know that all involved, both nominees and winners alike, are delighted and proud that their dedication and hard work has been acknowledged by couples all over the country, and so they should be.”“We would like to thank all the wedding couples who left 5 star reviews of their experience and got us through to the final.“Thanks also to the expert judges for appreciating the effort and attention to detail we put into each and every wedding at The Red Door.“This recognition is absolutely amazing for us and comes just as we celebrated our 7t year in business this weekend”, Leanne Doohan, Sales & Marketing Manager. Other Donegal wedding suppliers who won n the night includedMcElhinneys Bridal Rooms, Ballybofey for Bridalwear Supplier of the Year and Lough Eske Castle’s Stephen Bell for Venue Co-Ordinator of the Year.RED DOOR COUNTRY HOUSE NAMED AS RESTAURANT WEDDING VENUE OF THE YEAR was last modified: February 17th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:BusinessFaughannewsRed Door CountryVenueWedding Restaurantlast_img read more