Fillmore and Keshequa to decide Class D1 title

first_img Add to Google+ Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Print This Post Fillmore and Keshequa to decide Class D1 title added by johnmitchelllikanje on November 17, 2020View all posts by johnmitchelllikanje →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentAirPhysioThis All-Natural “Lung Cleaning” Device Helps Anyone Breathe EasierAirPhysioTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat InsuranceBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search Adby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ Splinters”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ SplintersTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ Splinters Subscribe by Email This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. By johnmitchelllikanje on November 17, 2020No Comment center_img Connect on Linked in Fillmore and Keshequa to decide Class D1 title Follow on Facebook Keshequa’s Riley Rease (left) and Fillmore’s Carter Sisson (right). (Photos: MIKE GENTILE and SUE KANE)One team is the reigning Class D1 champion. The other won the Class C2 title last season. Sectional champions Fillmore and Keshequa will meet Wednesday to decide the 2020 Section V Class D1 Boys’ Soccer Championship. Here’s the breakdown:No. 1 seed FILLMORE EAGLES (14-0-0/Allegany County Division I) vs. No. 2 seed KESHEQUA INDIANS (15-1-0/Livingston County Division II)How they got here: Fillmore had a bye through the play-in round then beat Genesee Valley for the third time this season, 3-0. The Eagles continued with another 3-nil shutout of fourth-seeded Arkport-Canaseraga in the semifinals. Keshequa defeated C.G. Finney, 8-2, in the quarterfinals after having a bye and third-seeded Alfred-Almond, 7-1, in the semifinals.Total goals scored: Fillmore (67), Keshequa (108)Total goals allowed: Fillmore (6), Keshequa (13)Trends: Fillmore has won every game this season by multiple goals, including 11 times by three or more. Keshequa has won seven straight games and all 15 wins have been by at least three goals.Names to know: Fillmore – Mitchell Ward (So. attack 27 goals/10 assists), Isaiah Voss (Sr. midfielder 12 goals/4 assists), Mason Cool (Sr. attack 8 goals/7 assists), Alex Ellsworth (Jr. striker 5 goals/1 assists), Zach Sisson (So. attack 4 goals/5 assists), Carter Sisson (Jr. attack 6 goals/3 assists), Eben Schilke (Fr. midfielder 6 assists)Keshequa – Riley Rease (Sr. attack 30 goals/17 assists), Jacob Schiano (Sr. attack 20 goals/14 assists), Aidan Wood (Sr. midfielder 15 goals/10 assists), Jordon Luther (Sr. attack 12 goals/12 assists), Reese Powers (Jr. midfielder 13 goals/24 assists), Avery Strobel (Jr. attack 4 goals/4 assists)Coaches: Jamie Mullen (Fillmore), Ron Macomber Jr. (Keshequa)History 101: Fillmore is the reigning sectional champion and seeking its sixth title in program history. Keshequa is the reigning Class C2 champion and seeking its third title in program history. Both championships have come in the past decade with the other occurring in 2014. As the No. 4 seed, the Indians defeated third-seeded Bishop Kearney in overtime, 2-1, for the C2 title. Both teams advanced to the NYS semi-finals in their respective classifications.A 6 p.m. kickoff is scheduled at Fillmore High School. Share on Facebooklast_img read more

Going places — 6 June 2008

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Muskegon’s Deyonta Davis gets first NBA start, scores 8 points in Grizzlies’ win

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Golfnutter: Braveheart

first_imgHe is 34 years old, 5’8″ tall, weighs 11 stone and plays on the PGA Tour.  Last week, at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, he finished with a 14-under total of 274 and a share of fifth place – one shot in front of Englishman and current US Open Champion, Justin Rose.  His name is Erik Compton and he is on his third heart. Compton was nine when he was diagnosed with viral cardiomyopathy, a condition where the heart muscle is inflamed and unable to pump as hard as it should.  A few years later, when he was 12, a young lady named Jannine was killed when the car she was travelling in was hit from behind.  Compton was given her heart.Erik Compton with father, Peter, in August 2008, three months after the second transplant.Some 15 years later, and playing on the second-tier Nationwide Tour, Compton was home early after missing the cut.  He was out driving when his heart started to expire.  Knowing what was happening, he drove straight to the hospital.  “My heart was working at about 20 percent of normal at that point,” Compton says.  “The question was whether they would be able to find a donor before it shut down completely.” In May 2008, some eight months after he drove into that hospital, a 26-year-old volleyball player died when his motorcycle was hit from behind by a hit-and-run driver.  His name was Isaac Klosterman, and he became Compton’s second heart donor.After graduating from university, Compton turned professional in 2001.  During the next ten years he played on secondary tours such as the Nationwide Tour, the Canadian Tour and the NGA Hooters Tour.  Through sponsor exemptions and local qualifying, he managed some 30 PGA Tour events, making the cut 18 times.  He finally obtained a PGA Tour card in 2012, but failed to retain it by finishing 163 on the money-list.  He then finished T-7 at qualifying school to earn his tour card for 2013, a status he retains today.Erik Compton’s life as a professional golfer is somewhat different to that of the average touring pro.  He can’t do more than three tournaments in a row without becoming exhausted.  His fitness levels are a day-to-day affair.  He has no idea how he will feel, energy-wise, prior to walking on to the tee at the start of each round.  “If I withdrew from every golf tournament I play in when not feeling well, I wouldn’t finish half of them,” he says.  “That’s why I always give it a shot because sometimes I do start to feel better after a few holes.  Some days it gets worse.”It was to be the latter when he agreed to meet Anna King.  Anna, aged 13, was waiting to undergo a heart transplant.  Compton was approached, as he often is, to talk with Anna and tell her what to expect.  “She was in exactly the place I was in when I was 12,” he says.  “I like to talk to people when I can in that situation because I want them to understand where they are going.  It’s a very scary time, but I can tell them first-hand that they are going to be OK.”The plan was for Anna to watch Compton play the first round in the Shell Houston Open, then to sit and chat about her upcoming event.  As he warmed up, he had that feeling he had experienced many times before; he was too sick to play.“On any other day I would have WD’d on the spot, but I couldn’t do it,” he said.  “I had to finish.  I didn’t want Anna to see how badly I felt.  I’m where she wants to go.  I didn’t want that thought to scare her.”He finished the round shooting 80.  Anna King’s Facebook page shows a photo of her with Compton taken soon after his round.  He has his arm around her, grinning as if he couldn’t be feeling better.  “My head,” he said, “felt like it was about to explode.”Compton met his wife, Barbara, whilst waiting for his second heart transplant.  They married in 2008 and had their first child, Petra, a year later.  As Barbara shares her vision of the future, she admits, “There are times when I think about it.  Nothing is guaranteed for any of us day-to-day.  But Erik has a different history than most people.  I want him to see Petra get married.  I want him around a long time.  For now, though, we just enjoy our life.  That’s all we can do.”Compton’s philosophy is similar.  “When I had my first transplant, my father said, ‘You can look at yourself as a victim, or you can look at yourself as lucky.’  I’ve always tried to remember that.”Australian golfer Jason Day met Compton when playing on the Nationwide Tour.  They became friends.  Day is one of the few who really knows just how hard it is for Compton to play well enough to keep his card.“The guy starts the day in pain every single morning,” says Day.  “He doesn’t like to talk about it, but there are days out there when you can see the hurt in his face.  Most of us out here get pissy when we have a runny nose, yet I’ve never heard him complain.  Sometimes I think about what he’s been through and I realise it’s amazing that he’s alive.  To play on the PGA Tour is extremely difficult even if you’re in perfect health.  But when he’s on the golf course, he oozes confidence.  It’s as if he becomes a different guy.”Erik Compton’s performance in finishing T5 in last week’s PGA Tour event may not raise many eyebrows, but it should.  Would he ever win one, the celebrations would be wondrous.Golfnutterlast_img read more

Bastian Schweinsteiger: I came for Man United, not Van Gaal

first_imgBastian Schweinsteiger says he moved to England for Manchester United, not Louis van gaal.  Sport EN CEST “But for the main part I came to England because of the club Manchester United.” “But those who know me also know that I always want to win titles. And I think that Manchester United are a club which can win titles. The German midfielder ended a long spell at Bayern Munich to try his luck in the Premier League.  18/08/2015 at 21:12 He added: “It’s not like I can say: I have signed for three years, now we’ll win three straight titles. The Premier League is a very strong league. Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool all have a high quality. “When you know how the coach ticks, and how he wants to play football, it makes the decision easier,” he explained.  “I am convinced that it is possible to usher in a new era at Manchester United – especially under Louis van Gaal. Just like when he took over at Bayern. That excites me.”last_img read more

France earn their place in the Last 16 while Peru can already prepare their flight home

first_img Francia pone las sonrisas y Perú las lágrimas France brought on Dembele with the final 20 minutes and he looked lively but still short of confidence. He had an opportunity to put the game to bed but couldn’t keep his effort on target. In the end it didn’t matter as Peru’s inability to create genuine chances meant France only need the solitary goal to claim victory. Andrew Gaffney Central de Ekaterimburgo. 35.000 espectadores. Perú MATCH FACTS Primera fase del Mundial – Grupo C France became the third side to qualify for the Round of 16 after notching their second win in as many matches as they beat plucky Peru 1-0 in Group C. Upd. at 20:20 CEST A place in the last sixteen awaits France while Peru’s players can start planning their summer holidays as the World Cup adventure is over for them. Lloris; Pavard, Varane, Umtiti, Lucas Hernandez; Kanté, Matuidi; Mbappé (Dembélé, 74′), Pogba (Nzonzi, 88′), Griezmann (Fekir, 79′); y Giroud. Estadio PER IN SPORT.ES 1-0 Gallese; Advíncula, Ramos, Rodríguez (Santamaría, 46′), Trauco; Aquino, Yutún (Farfán, 46′); Carrillo, Cueva (Ruidíaz, 81′), Flores; y Guerrero. Peru upped the tempo in the second half as they desperately searched for the equaliser but even when they did break through, Hugo Lloris was there to clean up. To bring up the comparison with Morocco again, Peru lacked a cutting edge in the final third which we have seen is making the difference in these tight encounters. Cristiano for Portugal, Cheryshev for Russia and Kane for England are just some examples of how a bit of quality in attack goes a long way at this level, despite how nicely you can knock the ball around. The opening period was largely controlled by France and it came as no surprise when Kylian Mbappe, who has started this tournament in good spirits after his impressive season at PSG, got off the mark 10 minutes before half time. Giroud was played in behind by Paul Pogba and his effort ricocheted off the defender and fell kindly to Mbappe, a yard out, to tap home and give France the lead. Mbappe became France’s youngest goalscorer in World Cup history. Peru knew they needed to win in order to keep their slim World Cup hopes alive and there was a first start for Paolo Guerrero as they looked to do that. The South Americans have something of a cult following due to their exciting style of football but much like Morocco, it hasn’t translated to positive results out on the pitch. 21/06/2018 FRA The biggest surprise in France’s starting lineup was the omission of Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele. Olivier Giroud was instead preferred to lead the line with Antoine Griezmann sitting just behind him, a role he’s used to at Atletico Madrid. Mohammed Abdullah Hassan (Estados Árabes Unidos). TA: Matuidi (16′), Guerrero (22′), Aquino (80′), Pogba (85¿) Árbitro Francia Gol 1-0 M. 35 Mbappé.last_img read more

ICC Test Rankings: Youngsters Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant see a significant rise

first_imgAdvertisement 7i5NBA Finals | Brooklyn VsagdWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ecsdr( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ywWould you ever consider trying this?😱7eCan your students do this? 🌚1bfwyyRoller skating! Powered by Firework (Photo Courtesy: Indian Express)Advertisement Indian cricket team’s young duo of Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant, who played significant knocks to help India win the series 2-0 vs Windies at home see themselves gain some places in the recently updated ICC test rankings for men.Advertisement Prithvi Shaw, who scored a century on his debut followed it up with 70 and 33 not out to climb up the ranks from 73rd to 60th place. Rishabh Pant started the series being placed in the 111th position. Knocks of 92 in both the first and the second test has seen him climb 49 places to 62.Among the bowlers, Umesh Yadav has entered the top 25 in the bowlers rating, joining his teammates Ashwin, Jadeja and Shami.Advertisement The Windies team has so far had a horrid tour to India. They have completely been outplayed in all departments of the game. The current ranking of some players amidst this poor performance comes as a respite to them.Captain Jason Holder has risen in charts in all departments. His haul of 5-56 in the first innings has lifted him four places to a career-best ninth position among bowlers while his first innings half-century took him three slots up to reach 53rd position. Holder has also overtaken South Africa’s Vernon Philander to third position among all-rounders.Among the other teammates, only Roston Chase and Shai Hope have seen a gain in the rankings. Overall India have gained a point from the series while Windies have lost one. But these points haven’t affected their positions and they remain afoot.Also Read:Cricket: Virat Kohli singles Umesh Yadav out of praise for his performance Advertisementlast_img read more

Quirk’s Magpie pride

first_imgNarre Warren skipper Dylan Quirk feels great pride when he runs out in the black and white jumper with his…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Nick Creely last_img