Robinson Leads No. 20 West Florida to 3-0 Win at Harding Share Jodi-Ann Robinson scored all three goals in UWF’s 3-0 win at Harding (Photo by Jim Hogue) SEARCY, Ark. – Sophomore Jodi-Ann Robinson (Richmond, British Columbia/Palmer Secondary School) scored her second hat trick of the season and accounted for all the offense in No. 20 West Florida’s 3-0 win at Harding in Gulf South Conference women’s soccer action on Sunday. With the win, UWF improved to 7-2 overall and 2-0 in Gulf South Conference play, while Harding dropped to 4-6-1, 2-1.With the three goals, Robinson took over the team lead with 12 total goals and 27 points this season. Freshman Alexis Garrand (Orlando, Fla./Dr. Phillips HS) also added her sixth assist of the season.Robinson’s first goal came in the seventh minute, as she dribbled around multiple defenders in the right corner and beat the keeper on the near post. At the 33:45 mark, the sophomore collected a loose ball in front of the goal in the penalty area and drove it past the diving keeper. Robinson made it three in the second half, as she received a pass from Garrand from the left sideline, turned and drove it past the keeper with the right foot.West Florida finished the afternoon with a 17-6 advantage in shots, and UWF also attempted six corner kicks to just one for Harding. Juniors Ali Ryan (Batemans Bay, Australia/Darton) and Lauren Byrd (Birmingham, Ala./Oak Mountain HS) combined in goal for UWF in the shutout, and Ryan made two saves. Harding goalkeeper Chelsea Hornbeck made three saves for the Lady Bisons.With the win, the Argonauts improved their GSC regular season winning streak to 44 games, dating back to the 2003 season.UWF will host NAIA rival Mobile on Tuesday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version
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TUSCALOOSA – Alabama opened spring practice last Friday, but will have a week off for spring break. So with everyone accounted for, we’ll breakdown each position. Today, we take a look at the Crimson Tide’s deep defensive line.Departed: Brandon Ivory, Anthony OrrReady for spring: Jarran Reed, Sr.; A’Shawn Robinson, Jr.; Jonathan Allen, Jr.; D.J. Pettway, Sr.; Dalvin Tomlinson, Jr.; Jonathan Taylor, Jr.; Darren Lake, Jr.; Josh Frazier, So.; Da’Shawn Hand, So.; O.J. Smith, Fr.Coming in the fall: Daron PayneOutlook: There’s little question about which part of Alabama’s team will be the strong point for the 2015 season. Alabama returns all five of its most productive defensive linemen from last year and a few more contributors from the 2014 team.The only person gone from last year’s rotation is Brandon Ivory, but the Tide replaced him with Jonathan Taylor who is just as big and strong.Last year’s regular starters — Jarran Reed, A’Shawn Robinson and Jonathan Allen — are all back with another season of experience behind them. Reed bypassed the NFL draft to come back and anchor the group. Reed’s 55 total tackles was the team-high among defensive linemen. Many of the Tide’s players say Reed is the leader of the unit.Robinson and Allen are entering their third seasons in the program, so experience won’t be a factor for the talented duo. They’ve been contributed since early in their freshman seasons.Robinson made 49 total stops including 6 1/2 tackles for loss. Allen finished second on the team in tackles for loss (11 1/2) and sacks (5 1/2).Behind them, Taylor, D.J. Pettway, Dalvin Tomlinson, Darren Lake, Josh Frazier, Da’Shawn Hand and O.J. Smith will all provide quality depth. That’s a lot of bodies which will help against the hurry-up, no-huddle offenses.Arguably the best part of Alabama’s defensive depth are the various combinations the Tide can put together and not see much of a drop off in talent. Guys like Taylor, Lake and Frazier are big nose tackles who can stuff the run. Allen, Pettway, Tomlinson and Hand are pass rushing specialists. Then there are Reed and Robinson who do everything well.So look for defensive line coach Bo Davis to get creative with some of the lineups to keep offenses guessing.
BY KEVIN TEME Port Moresby Suburban’s Country Maroons came from behind to beat City Blues 12-8 to wrap up the Telikom PNG’s sponsored Origin series that was held at the Kone Tigers oval last Saturday in Port Moresby. And it was player of the match and rising star Michael Chris that stole the show with his solid runs and hard tackles which helped Maroons win back to back series since 2017. City Blues were without their coach Nelson Stone who pulled out of the team claiming that his boys didn’t perform well and that he was not meant to coach the side and allowed his assistant to take over. The match was played in 20 minutes in four quarters as it was used for selections says the league chairman Boskey Koke. The the Blues, without their coach didn’t dampen their spirits and led 8-0 in the first quarter but could not do the finishing touches as Maroons stole the show in the second, third and last quarter to come from behind to win 12-8. And it was player of the series and Maroons lock forward Michael Chris that stole the show with his barnstorming runs and hard solid tackles that dismantled the Blues game plan. This eventuated with his team scoring two quick converted tries to win the Telikom PNG’s Origin series. Koke thanked everyone for taking part in the tournament and will name the squad that will participate in the Southern Regional trials championship to be held at Kwikila Station in Rigo district. “I would like to take this time to thank Telikom PNG for coming on board to support this origin concept in which we use to select our Port Moresby Suburban side to participate in any PNGRFL sanctioned tournament,” Koke said. Koke said this selection is for the regional trials to be held Kwikila station and we are looking forward to the challenge. “I am proud to say that Port Moresby Suburban league has produced some of the best players that have gone to PNG Hunters and many have been recruited by Digicel Cup teams. We will continue to do that in years to come and for Telikom PNG to come board to support this initiative and partnering us in ensuring our youths are engaged in this meaningful activities like sports is highly commendable and we thank you the CEO Xavier and their staff at Telikom,” Koke said. Meanwhile Telikom PNG supported the league to host the Origin series with K5000 presented on Saturday last week.
We were dubious at the time, mostly because the Toffees aren’t exactly a step up (at least when it comes to European competitions) for the player, and the fee demanded by Lyon would be a tad excessive, even for Farhad Moshiri.Well, it seems things have taken a turn for the worse for Everton, and every single club interested in the young midfielder, as Jean-Michel Aulas isn’t ready to sell, or if he is, it won’t be cheap.In a general assembly where he discussed all things Lyon related, the club’s president was asked about Ndombele’s future, whom he said ‘specialised sites valued at €50m’.Transfermarkt, for example, have him at £31.5m, but that’s nowhere near what Aulas would ask for him.Embed from Getty ImagesHe is quoted by Le Progrès as having said: “We’ve already received offers far superior [to €50m]. We can imagine that if we were willing to sell, we could reach an amount similar to that of Paul Pogba’s transfer.”Seeing as the World Cup winner swapped Juventus for Manchester United for over €100m, that should give you an indication of what Aulas’ stance is.Having only signed him permanently last season, next summer might be a bit too soon for an exit, seeing as he recently signed a new deal keeping him at the club until 2023.First, we’re guessing Nabil Fékir will be sold next summer, and only then will Lyon deal with Ndombele’s futureby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameWill You Build The Most Beautiful City?Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoCNBC InternationalHere’s How Big Businesses in Singapore Are Managing the Impact of COVID-19.CNBC InternationalUndoPerfect-Dating.comReveal Tung Chung As The Best City to Date for Love & RomancePerfect-Dating.comUndoDating.comFind out where single guys are hanging out in Tung ChungDating.comUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystWill Blockchain Reduce the Global Trade Finance Gap to Reach the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals?StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndo While the likes of Manchester City and Tottenham have been linked in the past, the latest claim regarding Tanguy Ndombélé was one about Everton being interested.
All Activity Sign in to follow this 338 SportsLogos.Net Sports Logo News Pre-Game Player Introduction Videos This topic is now closed to further replies. Followers 0 One of my favorite parts about going to a game in person is watching the videoboard introducing the players before the game. Sometimes it can be the most awesomest thing in the world, sometimes it can be bad. So I thought I’d start this thread so you guys can post some videos from all over. With that being said, I thought I’d get some of the inevitable videos out of the way first:Cleveland Cavaliers video floor: Halifax Mooseheads: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pL04INIzAWkMinnesota Twins: Colorado Rockies: By RoughRiders99, May 12, 2014 in Sports Logo News Recommended Posts Forums Home Share this post RoughRiders99 SportsLogos.Net Followers 0 Share on other sites Sports Logos 0 Sports Logos Sports Logo News Forums Home Link to post Pre-Game Player Introduction Videos 1,229 posts Go To Topic Listing All Activity Members Posted May 12, 2014 338 338 Pre-Game Player Introduction Videos Sign in to follow this RoughRiders99
Tune in to the incoming wave Islanders, who perfectly prepared Barry Trotz, an expert against his former candlesticks, if he continues to lead the third. In the 16th minute, after a great pressure, the capital of Anders Lee, the armor of Adam Pelech, came through a thin mound.Washington, only in the defense this time, Michal Kempnho was deployed by Radko Gudas (15:43, +/-: 0, 1 stela), he bounced into the game in the 26th minute. Yevgeny Kuznetsov demonstrated his traditional gel celebration under the exact insole under the horns.The score was 1: 1 as a result of a series of goals by Semyon Varlamov and especially Braden Holtby, who had more to do with 34 shooting attempts, held out and extended into the water. In nm ml first huge baldness decide esk tonk Jakub Vrna (15:18, +/-: 0, 4 stels). After restarting the NHL, the bag did not delete the zero on his points account and the subsequent shot did not help. On the contrary, it happened on the other side, when Matthew Barzal prevailed from the counterattack.Close to the AHL water round of the NHL playoffs was after Vegas (3-0 lead over Chicago) and the Islanders (3-0 over Washington). Calgary. The Canadian team thanks Tobias Rieder’s goal from being weakened in the water by his aunt’s lead over Dallas in the fourth duel srieprbn 4: 3.In the 58th minute, the Stars hockey player leveled after the end of Jason Dickinson, but they did not accept the action due to the illegal goal of Cam Talbot’s Brno goal by Corey Perry.However, Dan did not place the verdict in Dallas, and with him without a goal, Joe Pavelski finally managed to make it through 59:48. Zkuen forward closed his hat-trick and mainly refused to give the lead and lead the Flames in a 3: 1 series on the back. Utkn at 4: 4 now set to settings. 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Vrna Kovaluk, Hagelin, Hathaway Dowd, Pinho, Pnik.Decision: Hebert, Dwyer Amell, PancichStatus srie: 3:0Play-off NHL tvrtfinle V. conference 17. 8. 2020 2:00 Assemblies:Price (Ch. Lindgren) S. Weber, Chiarot, Petry, Kulak, Ouellet, Mete Gallagher, Suzuki, Tatar Domi, Kotkaniemi, Drouin Byron, Danault, Lehkonen Armia, Evans, Belzile. Assemblies:Hart (Elliott) Niskanen, Provorov, P. Myers, Sanheim, Gostisbehere, Braun Farabee, Couturier, Giroux Konecny, K. Hayes, Laughton Aube-Kubel, D. Grant, Vorek Pitlick, N. Thompson, J. van Riemsdyk.Status srie: 1:1Conference dropped outPlay-off NHL tvrtfinle Z. conference 16. 8. 2020 20:10 Gly:21:54 J. Gaudreau (S. Bennett, Monahan)23:57 S. Bennett (Monahan, J. Gaudreau)34:50 S. Bennett (Lucic)43:11 Rieder (D. Ryan, R. Andersson) Gly:18:11 Pavelski (J. Klingberg, Seguin)23:14 Pavelski (Comeau, Lindell)39:23 Gurjanov (Heiskanen, Hintz)59:48 Pavelski (J. Klingberg, Seguin)76:05 J. Klingberg (Ja. Benn, Lindell) Assemblies:Talbot (Rittich) Brodie, Giordano (C), R. Andersson, Hanifin, E. Gustafsson, Forbort E. Lindholm, Monahan (A), J. Gaudreau Rieder, Backlund (A), Mangiapane Dub, S. Bennett, Lucic Quine, D. Ryan, Rinaldo. Assemblies:Chudobin (Oettinger) J. Klingberg (A), Lindell, Heiskanen, Oleksiak, Fedun, Sekera Radulov, Seguin, Ja. Benn (C) Gurjanov, Pavelski, Janmark Perry, Dickinson, Hintz Comeau (A), Fax, Cogliano.Decision: O’Rourke, Joannette Racicot, SmithStatus srie: 2:2Play-off NHL tvrtfinle Z. conference Aug 17, 2020 12:50 AM zpas probh Gly:04:08 Caggiula (Mtt, P. Kane)13:40 Highmore (Keith) Gly:13:58 Theodore (Martinez, Reaves) Assemblies:Crawford (M. Subban) Boqvist, Keith (A), Koekkoek, Mtt, C. Murphy, de Haan D. Kubalk, J. Toews (C), Saad P. Kane (A), Dach, Caggiula A. Nylander, D Strome, DeBrincat Kmpf, Carpenter, Highmore. Assemblies:Lehner (M.-A. Fleury) Schmidt (A), McNabb, Theodore, Martinez, Whitecloud, Holden Mark Stone (A), Stephenson, Pacioretty R. 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Sunday’s Week 12 schedule features a huge game for the NFC wild-card standings in Carolina, where the Panthers host the Seahawks. Then, on “Sunday Night Football,” Green Bay travels to Minnesota for what feels like a must-win game in the NFC North. Thanksgiving week in the NFL has arrived, meaning a feast of football to start the week a few days earlier than usual.This year’s Thanksgiving day NFL schedule features three key divisional matchups. The Bears travel to Detroit to play the Lions, then the Redskins travel to Dallas to face the Cowboys — the two traditional Thanksgiving games in those respective cities. The night cap is an NFC South showdown between the Falcons and Saints in New Orleans. MORE: Watch the NFL live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Below is the full schedule for Week 12 of the 2018 NFL season.NFL schedule: Week 12(All times ET)GameTimeTV/streamingBears at Lions (Thursday)12:30 p.m.CBS/fuboTVRedskins at Cowboys (Thursday)4:30 p.m.FOX/fuboTVFalcons at Saints (Thursday)8:20 p.m.NBC/fuboTVBrowns at Bengals1 p.m.CBS/fuboTV (regional)49ers at Buccaneers1 p.m.FOX/fuboTV (regional)Jaguars at Bills1 p.m.CBS/fuboTV (regional)Raiders at Ravens1 p.m.CBS/fuboTV (regional)Seahawks at Panthers1 p.m.FOX/fuboTV (regional)Patriots at Jets1 p.m.CBS/fuboTV (regional)Giants at Eagles1 p.m.FOX/fuboTV (regional)Cardinals at Chargers4:05 p.m.FOX/fuboTV (regional)Dolphins at Colts4:25 p.m.CBS/fuboTV (regional)Steelers at Broncos4:25 p.m.CBS/fuboTV (regional)Packers at Vikings8:20 p.m.NBC/fuboTVTitans at Texans (Monday)8:15 p.m.ESPN
Will Ward was the Friday night IMCA Modified winner at New York’s Outlaw Speedway. (Photo by Greg Mesler)By Paul SzmalDUNDEE, N.Y. (May 11) – Will Ward was the winner of a caution-free Friday night IMCA Modified feature at Outlaw Speedway.Rodney Morgan got the lead in the 25-lapper after a battle with pole starter Todd Stone. There was a lot of battling behind Morgan as Brandon Smith moved into second and Ward charged past Phil Yaw for third.Just past halfway, Smith and Ward moved into first and second, respectively, and battled for the lead, with Ward making a strong pass coming to the white flag for the win.
Edeltraut HallmanEdeltraut Else (Flauding) Hallman, 79 of Arkansas City, died Saturday, September 8, 2018, at St. Francis Hospital in Wichita. A memorial service was held on Thursday, September 13, 2018, at Baker Funeral Home Chapel in Wichita. A graveside service and interment of her ashes will be held at 11 am Saturday, March 23, 2019, at Goodel Cemetery in Drury. Edeltraut was born January 30, 1939, in Helmstedt, Germany to Gustav and Marie Schittek. She was raised and educated in Germany before emigrating to the United States on April 12, 1954. While living in Omaha, Neb., Edeltraut met Thomas Utah Flauding and on June 2, 1956, they were united in marriage. Edeltraut who was known to family and close friends as Tudy lived and traveled all over the United States with her first husband Thomas who was career Air Force. After his death, she later married Kenneth Hallman in Wellington. They later divorced and Edeltraut then moved to Bellevue, Nebraska to raise her younger children Donna and Franklin. While living in Bellevue, Edeltraut joined the Catholic church. She worked at Pendleton Woolen Mills and Hardees Restaurant.Over the years while raising her children she also worked in the kitchen for the South Haven Schools and Wheatland Lodge Nursing Home in South Haven. In 2010 Edeltraut moved from Colorado Springs, Colorado to settle in Arkansas City, Edeltraut was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Thomas Flauding, her sister Christel Neuthal, and her brother Berthold Schittek. She is survived by her sister Ingely Salmins of Maywood, New Jersey; her children Thomas Flauding of Arkansas City, ; Terry (Vicki) Flauding of Arkansas City, ; Dorothy (Terry) Turner of Victoria, Texas; Donna (Lee) Chavez of Colorado Springs, Colorado; and Franklin (Bessie) Hallman of Wichita, . Her grandchildren Terry Jr (Tina) Flauding of Arkansas City, , Niki (Jesse) Murray of Wellington, Florida; Matthew Chavez of Juneau, Alaska; Nathan (Megan) Turner of Missouri City, Texas; Austin (Magen) Turner of Ennis, Texas; and Amanda (Brandon) Edwards of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Her great-grandchildren Trever and Tyler Flauding of Arkansas City, ; Zoey and Maya Murray of Wellington, Florida and Temperance Turner of Missouri City, Texas.Local arrangements by Schaeffer Mortuary, 6 N. Main, Caldwell.