Section V boys soccer semi-finals: Class C2 Section V boys soccer semi-finals: Class C2 added by Mike DeSanto on October 24, 2017View all posts by Mike DeSanto →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdUndoCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensUndoLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&HealthyUndoby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersUndoTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ SplintersUndo”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ SplintersUndo Follow on Facebook TJ Tytler (10) leads Bishop Kearney with 11 goals on the season. (Photo: NOAH BRYANT)No. 4 Bishop Kearney (11-5-1) vs. No. 9 Red Creek (8-9-1/5-6-1 Wayne League)How they got here: Red Creek knocked off No. 8 Cuba-Rushford (5-4) and No. 1 Bloomfield (4-2) on its way to the semi-finals. Bishop Kearney shut out No. 5 Campbell-Savona in the quarterfinals, winning 3-0.Season Series: Bishop Kearney and Red Creek have yet to face each other this season.Bishop Kearney has won five of its last six games and Red Creek had lost two of its final three regular season games entering the tournament.Names to Know: Bishop Kearney- TJ Tytler (11 G), Jordan Freed (8 G, 4 A) and David Tierney (70 saves, 21 GA, 1.214 GAA)*Red Creek- Tristan McIntyre (19 G, 9 A) and Dylan Wood (11 G and 3 A)Coaches: Tim McIntyre (Red Creek), Stephen Strauss (Bishop Kearney)History 101 – Bishop Kearney was knocked out of the 2016 tournament in the quarterfinals by Keshequa while Red Creek got eliminated by Byron-Bergen/Elba in the quarterfinals of the Class C1 tournament in 2016. Bishop Kearney’s last title came in 2010, sharing the Class CC title with East Rochester. Red Creek won the Class CC the year before, 2009.A 6 p.m. start time is set for Wednesday at Wayne.Screen grab courtesy of SectionVSoccer.orgNo. 6 Geneseo (9-6-3/2-4-2 Livingston League) vs. No. 10 Caledonia-Mumford (6-11-1/0-6-0 Livingston League)How they got here: Caledonia-Mumford defeated No. 7 Perry 1-0 in overtime in round one and dropped No.2 Keshequa 1-0 in the second round. Geneseo took out No. 11 South Seneca-Romulus 4-2 to start the tournament, following the win up with a 3-2 victory over the defending champions, Marion.Season Series: Geneseo took the win 2-1 in the only meeting between the two teams this season, which was played at Caledonia-Mumford on October 2.Geneseo has not lost since falling to Keshequa on September 30 while Caledonia-Mumford has won its last three games after not having won since September 23 against Canisteo-Greenwood.Names to Know: Caledonia-Mumford- Jonathan Boilard (7 G, 6 A) and David Morrison (208 saves, 26 GA, 1.596 GAA)Geneseo- Jack Gagnier (15 G) and Matthew Kreher (42 saves, 6 GA, .619 GAA)Coaches: Chris Masters (Geneseo), Dave Veltre (Caledonia-Mumford)History 101 – Caledonia-Mumford was unable to escape the first round of last season’s tournament while Geneseo fell to Holley in the 2016 Class C1 quarterfinals. Geneseo has won the sectional title five times since 2009 and Caledonia-Mumford has yet to win a section title in soccer.The two teams will meet on Wednesday at Perry, beginning at 5 p.m. By Mike DeSanto on October 24, 2017No Comment Coaches, Red Creek, Season Series, Stephen Strauss Add to Google+ Subscribe by Email Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Connect on Linked in Share on Facebook Print This Post This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
By Ken [email protected] Texas economy added 39,600 seasonally adjusted, non-farm jobs in April — success that may have bypassed this southeastern region of the state. LaurenVan Gerven, a labor market analyst in the TWC’s Beaumont office, said the drop in available workforce may suggest local retirements that could be replenished by May graduations. She said the short-term report is “not very concerning.” Oftentimes retirements come before the summertime, she said.She said no major local construction projects have ended.“With Harvey, it’s been a pretty goofy year,” she said. “Some people left the area and haven’t come back.” Manufacturing recorded the largest private-industry employment gain over the month, adding 8,600 jobs; the Professional and Business Services sector added 7,500 jobs in April; Education and Health Services added 6,200 jobs.Among the state Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Midland MSA had the lowest unemployment rate with a non-seasonally adjusted rate of 2.1 percent. Amarillo MSA was second lowest at 2.6 percent; College Station-Bryan MSA was third lowest at 2.7 percent in April.At first glance, Beaumont-Port Arthur MSA appeared to show improvement with 6.2 percent unemployment, down from 6.7 percent in March. But the MSA, which includes Jefferson, Orange, Hardin and Newton counties, also shows a loss of some 1,500 people from the workforce and about 500 fewer jobs.At 6.2 percent unemployment, Beaumont-Port Arthur is tied with Brownsville-Harlingen MSA at second-worst among 27 MSAs in Texas, ahead of only McAllen-Edinburg-Mission MSA, at 6.5 percent unemployment. The Texas Workforce Commission released last month’s employment numbers Friday, which, coupled with annual employment numbers, show the state staying on a successful economic course for the 22nd consecutive month of growth.For the year, the TWC said, Texas has added 332,300 jobs for an annual employment growth rate of 2.7 percent in April. Private sector employers added 37,900 positions over the month.“Our state’s ongoing trajectory of success is linked to the innovation and competitiveness of employers in a range of industries providing workers more opportunities to demonstrate their world-class skills,” said TWC Chairman Andres Alcantar.
The 30-yard strike in the 2008 play-off semi-final first leg, which helped the Robins reach the Championship final, has been selected by fans from a poll of four and will be re-created as street art in the City next week.The selection of Noble’s goal is in support of Mind, charity partner of the English Football League (EFL), as part of an awareness campaign, Goals Worth Talking About, for World Mental Health Day 2019 on Thursday, October 10th.Christian Roberts’ goal against Hartlepool in the 2004 play-off semi-final, Scott Murray’s ear-cupping second against Cardiff City in 2002, and Andi Weimann’s hat-trick completing effort at Sheffield United last season were the other goals polled. The mural, along with others around the country, will highlight how football is often a conversation starter, and the importance of talking when it comes to mental health support. The campaign is the latest activity by the EFL and Mind, who are currently in year two of their ground-breaking charity partnership which aims to improve the nation’s mental health and wellbeing and the approach to mental health in football.Noble, still playing at 37 with St Albans in National League South, said: “When Scotty told me about winning the poll I was blown away. I am honoured that’s it’s so well remembered by Bristol City fans as it’s a club that’s so dear to my heart and I always know when it’s May 10th each year because I get tagged into tweets by fans!“More importantly, it’s great that the goals are being used to encourage people to talk, especially young men, as support around mental health is so vital.” Paul Farmer Chief Executive of Mind said, “We know that football and emotion go hand in hand. That’s why we’re delighted to be marking World Mental Health Day this year with Goals Worth Talking About, as part of our charity partnership with the EFL.“Football has the power to bring about real change. We hope that by harnessing the passion and emotion fans have about their clubs’ most significant goal through these fantastic pieces of street art, we can encourage more people to start up conversations about their emotions and ultimately their mental health too.“Together, Mind and the EFL hope that Goals Worth Talking About can be the inspiration to people to make their first step to getting support.”To find out more about the campaign, please visit: www.efl.com/onyoursideFor advice and support please visit: www.mind.org.uk
17/06/2014 CEST “We need to win, but we need to stay calm. One of the problems against Holland was we weren’t able to interpret what was going on and that’s something we’re usually good at. “The important thing is that we win, hopefully in our usual style, at the high level that allowed us to win the World Cup and the Euros,” he said. Rik Sharma The striker knows they have to improve after their 5-1 pounding by Holland. Upd. at 23:23 “We think that the match is going to be like any matches against Chile – it’s going to be really intense. They take a lot of risks because that’s the way they are. “We’re not even thinking about the possibility of defeat.” Fernando Torres says Spain are not even considering the possibility of losing to Chile. “And if we can’t win like that, we have to win any way we can, because otherwise we’ll have to go back home. All that’s important tomorrow is that Spain plays and wins.” “We feel a responsibility to defend our title, and there’s pressure, but it’s a shared pressure. We won as a team and if we lose, we lose as a team. If we win it’ll be the whole team – 23 players plus coaches and everyone else. “They’ve had good results with that so we have to fight from the beginning, but we have to be calm at the same time. We know a draw’s not enough.
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By Bruce FuhrThe Nelson Daily SportsFor Sasha Zaitsoff, it’s the walk in the park he enjoys the most during his stay in Calgary.Of course that walk is not of friendly variety say down the sidewalk at Lakeside.This walk . . . well, let’s just say it’s more than a walk.This walk has this soon to be 21-year-old skier building core strength flipping tractor tires to power around those gates on the Men’s World Cup Ski Circuit. After toiling the past few years on the Nor-Am circuit as a member of the National Prospect Team, the Red Mountain Racer star has his best shot ever at cracking one of the spots on the Canadian Men’s Team after being selected to the main squad.“No one really knew what was going on with the team,” Zaitsoff told The Nelson Daily last month after hearing the good news from coach Paul Krisofic, head coach of the Men’s National squad, during a telephone call.“I was just happy to that I was going to be on the team.”As Zaitsoff knows first hand, nothing is guaranteed in the sport of skiing. Results do the talking.But this is a major step being named to the National Team roster.And who knows what can happen if the six-foot, 200-pound Zaitsoff puts together a few solid results.“This is something I’ve been working toward for a long time,” Zaitsoff explained. “This is a big step for me.”“I know have access to a lot more resources on the National team, that will only help me get better,” he adds. “Like there’s a physiotherapist that travels with the team everywhere and funding for training.”Competing last season on the Prospect Team Zaitsoff turned heads of the Canadian coaching staff after scoring two, fourths in Super G at Whistler in March and Panorama near Invermere in December 2010.Add in a fifth and sixth-place finish in slalom in Val St. Come, Que., in January along with a handful of sixth-place finishes during the season and it was only a matter of time before Krisofic came calling.“(Skiing) is totally results based but anything is possible . . . and if you can imagine it, you can do it,” said the son of Peter and Elaine Zaitsoff of Balfour who has set Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics as a goal.“The harder you work for something the nicer it is when you achieve it and the more you appreciate it,” he adds.After taking a break after the 2010-11 season Zaitsoff joined his new teammates in Calgary for some extensive dry land training.Zaitsoff experienced a taste of what’s to come in January during a slalom race in Adelboden, Switzerland.However, the L.V. Rogers grad could not overcome the soft conditions and failed to qualify for the second run.”I felt pretty confident (but) I wasn’t too nervous,” Zaitsoff said on the Alpine B.C. website. “It was really neat to race against all the people you watch on TV all the time.”Zaitsoff expects to be winging his way to a summer camp, possible in Australia.If things go according to plan, it will be Zaitsoff people will be watching on the wide-screen television.And that will be no walk in the park. But it will be a lot of [email protected]
FANS have tweeted their delight at Tottenham’s defeat against Wolves as they claim it’s “classic Spurs”.The North London side have staked their claim at being genuine Premier League title contenders in recent weeks, but were left shocked at Wembley earlier today.3 Tottenham suffered a shock 3-1 defeat against Wolves at WembleyCredit: ReutersHarry Kane opened the scoring for Mauricio Pochettino’s men, before they conceded three times in the second half to lose 3-1.And supporters revelled in their misfortunes on social media, as they labelled Tottenham as perennial bottlers.Piers Morgan led the way, as he tweeted: “BREAKING: The annual @SpursOfficial choke has arrived a little earlier than usual this season.”While another commented: “As soon as they started putting them as title contenders they went and bottled it. Classic spurs.”3 Harry Kane opened the scoring for Spurs, before they conceded three second half goalsCredit: Reuters3 Tottenham have now lost five games in the Premier League this seasonCredit: PA:Press AssociationOne quipped: “Even I didn’t think that the “Spurs Bottling” facility would be in action this early.”Another simply stated: “Tottenham couldn’t even keep their bottle for 1 game.”It was the fifth defeat of the season for Spurs in the top-flight, putting a serious dent in their quest to win their first league title since 1961.They will look to get back to winning ways against Cardiff on New Year’s Day, before cup ties against Tranmere and Chelsea.BREAKING: The annual @SpursOfficial choke has arrived a little earlier than usual this season. … 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/75TwykwRgO— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 29, 2018 Tottenham thought they had a chance of winning the title 🤣🤣🤣 #Spursy— Joe ≅ (@JoeS31) December 29, 2018 Jeez Spurs why do you always bottle it 🤦🏻♂️— Nick Newell (@_NickNewell_) December 29, 2018 First talk of Spurs being title contenders and they bottle it straight away 😂😂 #TOTWOL— Neil Howells (@neil_themagpie) December 29, 2018 Spurs team don’t look happy..!! #Spursy #Bottlers pic.twitter.com/K02Fs0FnDq— Rich Hall (@R1CH_H4LL) December 29, 2018 Everyone starts talking up #Spurs and they go and do a classic spurs— Tom Wells (@tom1991wells) December 29, 2018 Tottenham couldn’t even keep their bottle for 1 game— Roberto Sarwar 🕺🏻 (@robertosarwar) December 29, 2018 Even I didn’t think that the “Spurs Bottling” facility would be in action this early 😉#spursy pic.twitter.com/IPUfwc1HQg— David Tossell (@DavidTossell) December 29, 2018 Tottenham’s 2019 season. #spursy pic.twitter.com/uiSdmHDGTY— Jonathan Birch (@jdwbirch) December 29, 2018 Spurs considered title contenders for less than a day. Classic.— Not a football account (@1886_blog) December 29, 2018 As soon as they started putting them as title contenders they went and bottled it. Classic spurs 😂— Boris Reznikov (@normanpedley) December 29, 2018 It took Spurs just one week to bottle the league😂😂— tally. (@_Forson_) December 29, 2018 MOST READ IN FOOTBALLBRO MESSAGEBobby Charlton’s touching tribute to Jack revealed as he misses funeral serviceFRESH OUTFITMicah Richards pokes fun at Roy Keane backstage at Sky Sports studiosFALL OF TROYDeeney calls Sky reporter ‘cheeky b******’ after he asks about retirementSHOTS FIREDDenis Irwin’s son trolls Liverpool fans with savage Steven Gerrard tweetPicturedC’MON THE LADSRamos’ becomes dad again as wife gives birth to FOURTH son Maximo AdrianoVideoROY MEANKeane says ‘that’s why they never win anything’ as Villa celebrate staying up2018 Premier League: Best goals of the year including Andros Townsend’s screamer at The Etihad spurs have to be the biggest bottle jobs in the history of english football, out of the title race as quickly as they became contenders https://t.co/OwCe21S2Gc— ewan (@EwanLawson21) December 29, 2018
Irish Water is to host a public information evening to respond to queries about the Ramelton, Milford and Rathmullan Sewerage Scheme on October 15th. At present the towns of Ramelton, Milford and Rathmullan have no (Ramelton and Rathmullan) or substandard (Milford) wastewater treatment and are discharging untreated or partially treated wastewater into the environment at these three separate locations.“The practice of discharging untreated wastewater is unacceptable and Irish Water intends to rectify this problem,” the company said. “The proposed project will involve the design and construction of a new wastewater treatment plant that will deal with the wastewater from the three areas whilst safeguarding the environment and protecting human health.“During this information evening members of the project team will be available to answer any questions and take feedback in relation to the project.”The Public Information Evening will take place at The Chamber, Milford Public Services Centre on Monday 15th October from 5.30-7.30pm to present plans for the Ramelton, Milford and Rathmullen Sewerage Scheme.Public invited to consult on Ramelton, Milford and Rathmullan Sewerage Scheme was last modified: September 10th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:Irish WaterMilfordRameltonRathmullan