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Sold out Tigers-Lions Affair on CST, ESPN3

first_imgBaseball: LSU at Southeastern LouisianaWednesday6 p.m. CTCox Sports TVRegional TV:Charter 324/815Cox 37/1037Full list of channel numbers at (Subject to Blackout in Cox Territory):ESPN3http://WatchESPN.comWatchESPN and ESPN appsBSB: Don’t know if you’re in CST’s territory? Check the map.Live in area shaded black? Watch @LSUbaseball vs. @Lions_Baseball on @CoxSportsTV.In green? Watch on ESPN3.— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) February 27, 2018Talent:Lyn Rollins, play-by-playRonnie Rantz, analystCarley McCord, reporter FRISCO, Texas – Southeastern Louisiana wraps up a five-game stretch against ranked opponents Wednesday at 6 p.m., hosting No. 14-ranked LSU in a sold-out contest at Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field. Televised by Cox Sports TV (CST), the game is available on ESPN3 outside of CST’s coverage area.last_img read more

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Real Madrid-Manchester City Madrid looks out into the abyss

first_imgSterling changed everythingIt was, in any case, the impression that none wanted to be the first to make a mistake. The City, because I thought of Manchester. Madrid, because bringing Casemiro and Valverde together, which have become addictive, gives the team resistance and takes away surprise. The second half accentuated the collapse of Madrid, with three consecutive occasions of Mahrez, two ruined by Courtois. And there, in the abyss, as so many times in this agonizing tournament that has made Madrid a legend, Vinicius cleaned a ball to Rodrigo, who gave away more than a player of his position, and gave him the goal to Isco. By then he warmed in the band Bale, relay of one or the other.And then Madrid got excited as it usually does with the Champions League, a competition that is considered patron and benefactor and that usually fills its sails. Ramos had the second, the Bernabéu was thrown into the street, but the City, which was gone, returned with Sterling and tied in play on the edge of the VAR. Gabriel Jesus put his hands on Ramos’s back before finishing off the net. The goal was invented by De Bruyne and validated by Orsato. With a lost head, Carvajal made a penalty to Sterling who transformed the Belgian and Ramos saw the red one by push similar to the reverse, as a last man, to Gabriel Jesus with different punishment. A little poetic injustice. Madrid hangs off the cliff. Goals1-0, 59 ‘: Isco, 1-1, 77 ‘: Gabriel Jesus, 1-2, 82 ‘: From Bruyne CardsReferee: Daniele OrsatoVAR Referee: Massimiliano IrratiBenjamin Mendy (28 ‘, Yellow) Federico Valverde (47 ‘, Yellow) Modric (53 ‘, Yellow) Sergio Ramos (85 ‘, Red It was a rise and fall in which Madrid ended up on the shoulder, already seriously threatened to leave the Champions League in the second round for the second consecutive year. The ground collapsed under his feet in a disastrous end, before an Italian referee, Orsato, with two measuring rods. He gave a slight push to Ramos who gave the City 1-1 and showed the red to the center by another of the same intensity to Gabriel Jesus. Not even justice was from Madrid, whose game didn’t deserve better treatment either.There was no amendment to the whole, but Zidane left out Kroos and Bale in favor of Isco and Vinicius. It was an eleven in favor of work and public, because the Malaga has more goal than the German and because the Welshman has long incurred unfair administration of his talent. He also had a strategic intention: he imagined a very territorial City, served to Guardiola’s taste, tolerating the game to space. And there Vinicius’ speed is a knife. But the game did not go there. Madrid had more ball than expected and the Brazilian, less free field than he presumed. Still, it was the best.In return, Guardiola, whom Bernabéu will always see Blaugrana direct whatever he directs, left 41 goals on the bench (21 Agüero and 20 Sterling) to give strength to the team, with less positional players (Mahrez or Gabriel Jesus) and more predisposition to hinder the exit of the opponent’s ball. A tactical battle that followed the floral offerings between both coaches on the eve. The start was not up to the exchange of praise. It turned out sosote.The City clicked on that quick recovery, the Guardiola manual alpha, and It took him to reach the altar of Courtois, although the passing of the minutes strengthened him. And Madrid, which combined the long and short game, was at least on its way to the area. The last thing that was known about the team in attack is that when the events ran out it was justified by putting bulk centers in the area without any use because Cristiano fled, dwarfed Bale and disappeared Jovic, nobody gets to those shipments.And, nevertheless, the great occasion of Madrid before the break came product of that perverse game of the ball hung to the area. He put it on Mendy, nodded chopped Benzema, repelled Ederson and Vinicius increased his legend of fair gunman wasting rejection. Before he had had an occasion of the same size Gabriel Jesus, whose shot at close range Courtois took out, needing to re-clean his name. It was not necessary to investigate much to conclude that the danger of the City was in the diagonals of the Brazilian and in De Bruyne, a capital architect, in the positional game and against. At the edge of the break the English returned to have the goal, in auction of Gabriel Jesus saved by Ramos, Casemiro and Valverde. ChangesFernandinho (32 ‘, Laporte), Sterling (72 ‘, Bernardo Silva), Bale (74 ‘, Vinicius Junior), Lucas Vázquez (83 ‘, Modric), Jovic (83 ‘, Isco)last_img read more

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Ronaldo scores in Portugal’s 1-0 win, Morocco eliminated

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Taal victims get help from Kalayaan town LATEST STORIES Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring the opening goal during the group B match between Portugal and Morocco at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, June 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)MOSCOW — Cristiano Ronaldo made European soccer history by scoring in Portugal’s 1-0 win over Morocco on Wednesday, a result that makes the North African team the first to be eliminated from the World Cup.Ronaldo’s header in the fourth minute was his fourth goal at this year’s tournament, and his 85th for his country. That moved him ahead of Hungary great Ferenc Puskas and alone in second place worldwide behind Ali Daei’s 109 goals for Iran.ADVERTISEMENT Ronaldo’s four goals tops the individual scoring chart at the World Cup. Buoyed by his hat trick against Spain on Friday, including a spectacular free kick late in the game, Ronaldo scored against Morocco with his first meaningful touch early in the match.He was too strong for marker Manuel Da Costa and found space in the goalmouth to meet Joao Moutinho’s cross after a corner.Ronaldo had two more free kick chances, though each from less than 20 yards (meters). He could not get the ball up and over a solid wall of defenders on either occasion.Benatia, a rugged defender who plays for Juventus, led the efforts to stop Ronaldo. His hard tackles from behind, however, earned him a yellow card.GROUP DYNAMICSADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ PVL: BanKo-Perlas ousts Iriga-Navy Christopher Tolkien, son of Lord of the Rings author, dies aged 95 MOST READ Cloudy skies over Luzon due to amihan Portugal looks well set to advance to the round of 16 while Morocco will certainly be going home.Portugal now has four points and leads Group B ahead of the late match between Iran and Spain.The Portuguese will face Iran in their final match on Monday in Saransk.KEYS TO SUCCESSRonaldo was a clinical finisher and also one of Portugal’s best defenders. His headed clearances helped out a back line that seems vulnerable to corners and free kicks despite the height of veteran center backs Pepe and Jose Fonte.Morocco, playing in its first World Cup in 20 years, linked play neatly through midfield but relied on set-pieces for its clearest chances — a growing theme at this year’s tournament.Its clearest shooting chances fell to a defender, Benatia, who could not keep them on target.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Harvey Weinstein rape trial The Portugal forward celebrated his goal with a trademark run and soaring leap toward the corner flag at the Luzhniki Stadium.Morocco lost 1-0 for the second straight Group B match and is out of contention for a spot in the next round.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownThe North Africans had several chances against Portugal, nearly all from set pieces, and three of them came in a five-minute spell early in the second half. Younes Belhanda was twice denied by goalkeeper Rui Patricio’s diving saves, and defender Mehdi Benatia scooped a shot over the bar.In injury time, Benatia lifted another shot too high with an even clearer chance. Bicol riders extend help to Taal evacuees Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina View commentslast_img read more

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Huskies put Junior Canucks on the brink with thrilling overtime victory

first_img“Defence wins championships, period,” Alexander explained emphatically. “You can have the fanciest offence you want but if you can’t play in your own zone at this time of year then it’s all for nothing. We’ve struggled with it here and there especially with consistency in our own zone but these last two games it’s been great. That’s a big testament to some of the older guys especially on the back end.”Scoring for the Huskies were Blair Karasiuk and Josh Robinson.Game three goes tomorrow night in Dawson Creek at 8 p.m. “We just had to keep sticking to the game plan tonight,” he said. “Both goalies played great out there. It was a really nice night if you were a fan of goaltending. They made some great saves; they made some timely saves. That’s your prototypical playoff hockey game. It was hard work and it was a tight game.”The gradual momentum swing was evident in the game especially in the third period when the Canucks had minimal offensive production. Alexander added that was a byproduct of the Huskies continuing to push the tempo of the game and they were eventually rewarded for it.“As they game went on we got stronger and it definitely showed,” he stated. “We started to run away with the shots a bit there at the end. That’s a testament to the work. We just kept setting the table, setting the table, setting the table and then finally someone brought the dinner and we were able to capitalize on it.”There were times throughout the season where defensive lapses had hindered the Huskies but the past two games have been A+ efforts from the guys patrolling the blue line.Advertisement Win or lose the home town fans definitely got their money’s worth at the North Peace Arena Friday night. The Fort St. John Huskies and Dawson Creek Junior Canucks clashed for game two of their first round NWJHL playoff series and those in attendance were treated to a thrilling game as the Huskies came from behind to tie the game in the third period, before eventually winning the game early in overtime 2-1.Fort St. John struggled out of the gate with some sloppy play as they tried to find their skating legs. Dawson Creek made them pay as they jumped out to a 1-0 lead and also held a 6-1 advantage in shots at the time of the goal. Falling behind seemed to spark the Huskies as by the time the period ended they had closed the gap in shots to 9-7.The early stages of the second period was spent by both teams trying to get a read on one another, and as was the case in the opening period the Huskies began to apply more pressure as time went on. Canucks goalie Josh Round stood on his head to preserve the one goal lead and Dawson Creek held a slim margin in shots at 15-14.- Advertisement -Not wanting to go back on the road with the series tied the Huskies were finally able to break through. On a faceoff in Canucks territory after an icing call, Blair Karasiuk found the puck on his stick and wired it into the goal to tie the game. The third period was dominated by the Huskies as they limited Dawson Creek to only two shots on goal, however they were unable to get the go ahead goal.The go ahead goal would come however in the extra frame. A scramble in front of Round resulted in Huskies forward Josh Robinson having the puck with an open cage staring at him and he made no mistake 2:13 into overtime to put the Huskies up 2-0 in the best of five series.After the game assistant coach Todd Alexander said the play of both goalies in the game allowed the Huskies to stick with what they like to do on the ice, and he tipped his cap the tenders as they made stellar saves throughout the contest.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Recycle your Christmas Tree – Saturday

first_imgHoping to raise funds for another Seeds of Learning trip to El Salvador, students from North Peace Secondary are getting involved in Christmas Tree recycling.The Northern Enivornmental Action Team has issued a news release informing the public, that the 52 students will be collecting discarded trees on Saturday.Residents are being asked to leave the trees at the curb in front of their homes, between 9am and 1pm.- Advertisement -When they’re collected, a donation envelope along with an information pamphlet will be left in the mailboxes, of the participating households.The students will go to El Salavador next summer, to take part in the building of another school in the central American country and, for more information you can call Kailey at 250-793-9438.For other inquiries, about the tree recycling fund raiser, you can contact Morgan at NEAT and, that number is 250-785-6328.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Concordia rattles La Verne relievers

first_img“The game got away from us a little bit on the mound,” said La Verne head coach Scott Winterburn, who scolded his players for about 10 minutes after the game. Concordia did all of its damage in the sixth with two outs. With a runner on first, submarine-style right-hander Craig Neu came in for La Verne and promptly hit two batters to load the bases and then allowed a ground-ball single to right by Concordia leadoff hitter Daniel Robertson to make it 4-1. Freshman right-hander Daryl Hall replaced Neu and was greeted by Fuentes, who slammed a 1-1 offering over the center-field wall. “We missed a couple of signs and we just did some things that aren’t characteristic of our club,” Winterburn said. “So we’re going to go back to the drawing board and see if we can iron that out.” La Verne starter Ryan Rose was effective in his 52/3 innings, holding Concordia hitless in the first three innings before tiring in the fifth. (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2239 IRVINE – Shaky pitching left the University of La Verne baseball team out in the cold on Wednesday afternoon, as the Leopards continued a poor start to their season with a 9-1 loss at Concordia. Concordia (4-0), the NAIA’s No. 11-ranked team, broke open the game with a big sixth inning against La Verne’s relievers. The Eagles batted around and scored five runs in the inning, including a grand slam by right fielder Nick Fuentes. center_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Sand Sensations to take a “Walk on the Wild Side”

first_imgThis year, the theme will be “Walk on the Wild Side”, which was concocted by Taylor Elementary School student Breanne Bigcharles. Her creative drawing of that name was chosen out of 13 student submissions for theme ideas, of which others will be used for years to come. The choice was announced this morning at the school, after which the young students rang bells, meant to attract visitors to the Sand Sensations event. Once again, the sand will be donated by Nels Ostero Sand & Gravel, which is located directly across the river. – Advertisement -The professionals will also be holding a workshop, for local sculptors looking to take their sandcastles to the next level. Sand Sensations B.C. will kick off with a family/community challenge on July 27, with music and refreshments. The sculptures will be left up as long as they’re still standing.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Paulinho admits he could quit Tottenham for Brazil return

first_img1 Paulinho in action for Tottenham Tottenham midfielder Paulinho has admitted that he is considering a return to Brazil after falling down the Spurs pecking order.Paulinho arrived from Corinthians in a £17m move in July of last year and enjoyed an encouraging first season in north London, scoring six goals in 30 Premier League appearances.But he has struggled to establish himself under new manager Mauricio Pochettino this term and his first-team involvement has dried up.The 26-year-old has played just 29 minutes of League action this season with six further appearances coming in the Europa League and Capital One Cup combined.Paulinho has been linked with a return to Brazil, with his former club Corinthians supposedly keen on bringing him back.And now he has fanned the flames of that speculation after returning to the country for a film premiere in Sao Paulo on Tuesday night.After the film, he told Lancenet: “I am always honest, players always wants to play.“I am participating in only a few games at Tottenham. Maybe now is the opportunity to go back.“There is interest from Brazilian clubs, but nothing concrete yet. I’m glad to have a recognition, I feel proud.“Tottenham invested a lot of money for me, but I can play or not, like any other player. I do not have to think about transferring, but any player is subject to transfers when the window opens.”last_img read more

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first_imgIs cúis áthais do Foinse go mbeidh RÍ-RÁ LE HECTOR, albam oifigiúil Sheachtain na Gaeilge 2012, ar fáil saor in aisce le Foinse agus an Irish Independent ar an gCéadaoin seo (28 Márta).Tá amhráin Ghaeilge ó chuid de na ceoltóirí is fearr sa tír le cloisteáil ar an albam speisialta seo; BellX1, The Coronas, The Kanyu Tree, Delorentos, The Walls agus The Riptide Movement, gan ach cúpla ceann a lua.Sheol Hector Ó hEochagáin, colúnaí Foinse, an t-albam ar a chlár raidió ar 2fm, Breakfast with Hector. “Geallaim daoibh go bhfuil RÍ-RÁ LE HECTOR ar cheann de na halbaim is fearr i mbliana,” arsa Hector.“Faigh é, seinn é agus bíodh sé in aice leis an steirió don bhliain. Is í Éire ar dtír agus is í an Ghaeilge ár dteanga. Bíodh bród orainn!!”Beidh an dlúthdhiosca ar fáil saor in aisce le cóipeanna de Foinse agus an Irish Independent, ó shiopaí SuperValu agus Centra ar fud na tíre.Dóibh siúd a bhfuil suim acu focail na n-amhrán ar RÍ-RÁ LE HECTOR a fhoghlaim, crochfar na liricí ar shuíomh Foinse, Seachtain na Gaeilge 2012 album available free of charge with FoinseFoinse is delighted to announce that RÍ-RÁ LE HECTOR, the official Seachtain na Gaeilge 2012 album, will be available free of charge with Foinse and the Irish Independent this Wednesday (28thMarch).Some of the country’s top artists have recorded songs in Irish for this special album; BellX1, The Coronas, The Kanyu Tree, Delorentos, The Walls and The Riptide Movement, to mention but a few.Foinse columnist, Hector Ó hEochagáin recently launched the CD on his radio show, 2fm’s Breakfast with Hector.“I promise you, that RÍ-RÁ LE HECTOR is one of the best albums you will hear this year,” he said. “Get it, play it agus have it beside your stereo for the year. Ireland is our country and Irish is our language. Be proud!”The CD will be available free of charge with copies of Foinse and the Irish Independent purchased in SuperValu and Centra stores around the country.For those who are interested in learning the words of the songs on the RÍ-RÁ LE HECTOR album, the lyrics will be posted on Foinse’s website, SHEACHTAIN NA GAEILGE 2012 AR FÁIL SAOR IN AISCE LE FOINSE was last modified: March 27th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:ALBAM SHEACHTAIN NA GAEILGE 2012 AR FÁIL SAOR IN AISCE LE FOINSElast_img read more