Three minutes later, the Cowgirls cut the deficit in half as sophomore Keely Morrow volleyed in a corner from junior Rachel Palet. The goal was just the fifth allowed by the Wildcats to conference opponents this season.WSOC: Morrow scores off the corner. @McNeeseSoccer trims deficit to 2-1 vs. ACU, 61:02 expired. Watch via https://t.co/FDWfnDejSt or Southland Conference apps. #SouthlandStrong pic.twitter.com/PW4byYZdh3— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) October 31, 2018 Box Score | Photo GalleryBEAUMONT, Texas – Shot efficiency was the name of the game for No. 5 Abilene Christian in its 3-1 win over No. 4 McNeese on Wednesday afternoon at the LU Soccer Complex. The Wildcats took just seven shots and five on frame.While the Cowgirls came up empty on their first five shots, the Wildcats found the back of the net on their first attempt, a finish from junior Shay Johnson off a pass from senior Dylan Owens in the 18th minute.WSOC: Johnson scores for @ACU_Soccer, 17:57 into opening half. Wildcats 1, @McNeeseSoccer 0.Watch on the Southland Digital Network. ?? https://t.co/wweI0Wmrdz ???? Southland Conference apps ?? https://t.co/ynCxRwflhq pic.twitter.com/dx9onHTdoL— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) October 31, 2018 Led by its lockdown defense, ACU took a 1-0 lead into the break, despite being outshot 12-3 in the opening 45 minutes. The Wildcats back line forced eight of the shots outside of the frame.ACU added to its lead in the 59th minute, when senior Caity Acosta hammered a shot past McNeese goalie Emma Roccaforte.WSOC: Acosta’s goal makes it 2-0 @ACU_Soccer over McNeese. 58:44 expired. Watch via https://t.co/FDWfnDejSt or Southland Conference apps. #SouthlandStrong pic.twitter.com/ljtcCtolfB— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) October 31, 2018 The third goal scored in a five minute span, ACU regained its three-goal advantage on Chelsea Reedy’s first goal of the season. After winning the ball from the McNeese defender, Reedy sent a ball in from deep that went off the top bar and in.WSOC: Reedy from long distance. @ACU_Soccer increases advantage to 3-1 over McNeese. 63:50 expired. Watch via https://t.co/FDWfnDejSt or Southland Conference apps. #SouthlandStrong pic.twitter.com/1YOvVp5LMc— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) October 31, 2018 The Wildcats (13-5-1) advance to face top seed and regular-season champion Central Arkansas at 4 p.m. Friday.
This context seems repetitive in recent campaigns. When Quique Setien landed at Heliopolis, The green and white sports management opted to disburse around fifteen million euros in midfielders such as Ryad Boudebouz and Víctor Camarasa. The first was far from marking the differences before returning to Ligue 1 and the second barely had prominence and left again on loan in his third year at Heliópolis. It was Fabián, another brilliant youth squad, who took over the controls of that Baetic core before being signed by Napoli in exchange for 30 million euros. Quite an appearance that was not in the club’s plans before he signed a remarkable alliance with Setien. A season earlier, Real Madrid had removed from the club Dani Ceballos, star in times of complications and constant changes of coach.If in the summer of 2018 it was Fabián who would end up leaving a large number of millions in the Baetian coffers, a year later it was Junior, the last jewel of the Baetic quarry that generated high income when leaving for Barcelona. His brilliance last season kept in the shade the great deficiency left by the club on the left side after a planning that relied too much on the versatility of after pieces.Now, the club rebalances its roster thanks to the good level of its youth team. Barcelona has already knocked on Loren’s doors in the winter market and the take-off of the Baetic battering ram seems like the new attraction for the upcoming end of the season. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 18, 2020 Betis added its third consecutive project of great dimensions in the economic and a pillar is repeated in this campaign: the youth factor continues to save mistakes in planning. Under Rubi, the unexpected appearance of Loren, who has become the maximum exponent of the green and white efficiency with eleven goals, dilutes the hitherto poor performance of Borja Iglesias, arrived in summer after a risky bet of 30 million euros that has so far not met expectations.The Marbella striker is not the only trick that minimized problems: the youth squad Edgar also took on an unpredictable role as the pivot of this team after a summer planning that had only had William Carvalho in that role and after Guido Rodríguez, the great winter bet, did not get a fixed place either.
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP):Seam bowlers Dwayne Bravo and Ravi Rampaul shared seven wickets to propel West Indies to a 23-run victory over Sri Lanka in their second Twenty20 international on Wednesday and draw the two-match series 1-1.West Indies won the toss and elected to bat first, posting 162 for six in their 20 overs. Denesh Ramdin made 34 not out, while Johnson Charles was out for 34.Lasith Malinga and Milinda Siriwardana took two wickets each for Sri Lanka.In reply, Sri Lanka was bowled out for 139 in the last ball of the match. Tillakaratne Dilshan made a second straight half-century and was out for 52.Bravo returned career-best bowling figures with 4-28, surpassing his 4-38 against India six years ago. Rampaul had 3-20.It was West Indies’ only win on this tour, after losing every match in the Test and one-day international series.AGGRESSIVEBATTINGSri Lanka started their batting aggressively – at nearly 10 runs an over – until fast bowler Jerome Taylor removed Kusal Perera for 12, caught by Bravo with the score on 23.The wicket was followed by the best partnership of the innings, with 70 runs off 60 balls between Dilshan and Shehan Jayasuriya.It took a stunning effort by Andre Russell, who ran across to long-on to take a low catch by diving to his left, to break the partnership. It was Bravo’s first wicket and it proved to be the turning point in the game.Jayasuriya scored 30 off 32 balls, including a six and three boundaries, but Dinesh Chandimal was dismissed for one.52 OFF 38 DELIVERIESDilshan, who looked in imperious form, played a well-timed switch-hit to deep square leg – only to find substitute fielder Jason Holder positioned there to take a high catch.Dilshan made 52 off 38 deliveries, hitting five boundaries, having scored 56 in the first match in Pallekele on Monday.Dilshan’s wicket left Sri Lanka four down for 102 and Angelo Mathews (5), Siriwardana (15), Chamara Kapugedera (2), Sachithra Senanayake (3) were all dismissed cheaply.Earlier, West Indies batsman Ramdin top-scored with an unbeaten 34 off 22 balls to lift his team’s total after a midway slump. Charles also made 34, including three sixes and a boundary, while Bravo added 31.Malinga returned two for 16 in four overs, while Siriwardana had two for 17 in three overs.Bravo was named Man of the Match, while Dilshan was named Man of the Series.SCOREBOARDWest IndiesAndre Fletcher lbw b Siriwardana 23Johnson Charles lbw b Siriwardana 34Marlon Samuels run out 1Dwayne Bravo c Mathews b Malinga 31Andre Russell c Chandimal b Chameera 9Denesh Ramdin not out 34Kieron Pollard b Malinga 5Darren Sammy not out 1 2Extras: (6lb, 7w) 13Total: (for 6 wickets) 162Overs: 20Fall of wickets: 1-62, 2-65, 3-75, 4-97, 5-138, 6-147.Did not bat: Sunil Narine, Jerome Taylor, Ravi Rampaul.Bowling: Lasith Malinga 4-0-16-2 (1w), Nuwan Kulasekara 4-0-22-0 (1w), Sachithra Senanayake 3-0-38-0, Dushmantha Chameera 3-0-36-1 (3w), Milinda Siriwardana 3-0-17-2 (2w), Shehan Jayasuriya 3-0-27-0.Sri LankaKusal Perera c Bravo b Taylor 12Tillakaratne Dilshan c Sub. Jason Holder b Rampaul 52Shehan Jayasuriya c Russell b Bravo 30Dinesh Chandimal c Sub. Jonathan Carter b Rampaul 1Angelo Mathews c Sub. Carter b Bravo 5Milinda Siriwardana st. Ramdin b Narine 15Chamara Kapugedara c Charles b Pollard 2Sachithra Senanayake c Pollard b Bravo 3Nuwan Kulasekara c Narine b Bravo 4Lasith Malinga b Rampaul 2Dushmantha Chameera not out 3Extras: (1b, 4lb, 2nb, 3w) 1 0Total: (all out) 139Overs: 20.Fall of wickets: 1-23, 2-93, 3-94, 4-102, 5-117, 6-126, 7-129, 8-133, 9-135, 10-139.Bowling: Sunil Narine 4-0-24-1 (1w), Ravi Rampaul 4-0-20-3, Jerome Taylor 2-0-22-1 (1w), Kieron Pollard 4-0-23-1 (1w), Darren Sammy 2-0-17-0, Dwayne Bravo 4-0-28-4 (2nb).Toss: Won by West Indies.Result: West Indies win by 23 runs.Series: Two-match series drawn 1-1.Umpires: Ranmore Martinesz and Raveendra Wimalasiri, Sri Lanka.Third Umpire: Ruchira Palliyaguruge, Sri Lanka. Match referee: David Boon, Australia.
Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. The 21-year-old sent 12-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic packing in the fourth round, although the Serb was carrying an injury and not at his best.But he also accounted for fourth seed Alexander Zverev in his best Grand Slam showing so far.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkIn 20 years at the top, Federer has seen plenty of players come and go and only had praise for the youngster.“I think he is already a great player, but we are talking next level excellence and I think he will achieve that,” said Federer, who is into his 30th Grand Slam final as he chases a 20th major title. “We will see much more of him. Top 10 for sure.”He added that he did not want to put too much pressure and expectation on Chung as “I don’t think it’s fair”.But he said: “I think he’s going to have a lot of success. At what stage, how much, we will see.”Chung’s unexpected run to be the first South Korean in a Grand Slam semi-final has drawn new fans to the sport in his homeland where tennis lags far behind golf and baseball in the popularity stakes.It also sparked top television ratings and a spike in sales of tennis gear, with Chung set to return home far more famous, and richer, than when he left.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES One of his key takeaways was the confidence it had given him.“A lot of confidence. I played a lot of good players in the last two weeks. I can play, like, more comfortable on the court with the great players like Roger.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson 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 OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson MOST READ Switzerland’s Roger Federer makes a forehand return to South Korea’s Hyeon Chung during their semifinal at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Friday, Jan. 26, 2018. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)MELBOURNE, Australia — Roger Federer hailed Chung Hyeon as a future top 10 player Friday after the South Korean’s Australian Open came to a painful end at the hands of the Swiss maestro.The defending champion was leading 6-1, 5-2 and in full control when Chung retired with foot blisters, bringing the curtain down on a breakout tournament in which he announced himself as a future star in the making.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Michael Porter Jr. stays patient as playing time increases Newsome sets focus on helping Bolts open new PBA season on right track Red rawMany Koreans were glued to their televisions watching him on Friday, with fan Park Meing-Cheon brought to tears in Seoul.“Unfortunately, with the blister wounds on his toes, I couldn’t help crying earlier on,” she said.Yoon Ji-Su, from Anyang City, forecast great things from him moving forward.“Although the injury is a pity, I hope he recovers well, and I believe there will be great results in the next French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open,” he said.Nicknamed “The Professor” due to his trademark thick white-rimmed glasses, Chung said he retired because his blisters were “red raw”.Despite the anti-climax, he said it was great experience and he was “really honoured” to be on the same court as Federer.“I enjoyed the two weeks, on court and off court. I’m just really happy,” he said.“For sure, I played really good in the last two weeks. I made first round of 16, quarters and play Sascha (Zverev), Novak, Roger. I had a really good experience.“I think I can play better and better in the future.” Nonito Donaire vs Naoya Inoue is BWAA 2019 Fight of the Year Almazan vows to comeback stronger after finals heartbreak Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Halep and Wozniacki aim for Australian Open first
A Kremlin spokesman said Russia will “be happy to see (Blatter) in Moscow”.“You know that Putin and Blatter have for a long time been, you could say, friends”, Dmitri Peskov told reporters. “The World Cup is a great celebration of football and everyone who is invited will be welcome, and old friends will also be welcome,” the Kremlin spokesman further said. Blatter told AFP that Michel Platini, the ex-UEFA president who is banned from football over corruption, had also been invited to the tournament by Putin.But according to one of his close allies Platini “hasn’t received an invitation from Putin to go to the World Cup and doesn’t know what he will be doing next summer”.Blatter, who led world football’s governing body for 17 years, was thrown out of the sport in 2015 at the height of a massive corruption scandal. FIFA’s ethics committee has suspended him from all football-related activities for six years after finding him guilty of accepting an improper 2 million Swiss franc ($2.1 million, 1.8 million euros) payment from then-UEFA chief Platini.Sepp Blatter, who led world football’s governing body FIFA for 17 years, was thrown out of the sport in 2015 at the height of a massive corruption scandal © AFP/File / Fadel SENNA– No plans to miss World Cup –But the ever-defiant Blatter said he had no plans to miss the World Cup, an event he has habitually attended since going to work at FIFA in the 1970s. “I don’t know how long I will go for, whether I will be there for the opening match or the final,” he said during the interview in Zurich. “Because I can’t work in football and I don’t have an assignment to do, maybe I will only make a short visit.” Blatter is also the target of an investigation by Swiss prosecutors over alleged criminal mismanagement at FIFA and the infamous Platini payment. Switzerland has ongoing probes into the 2018 World Cup, including possible bribery and corruption that may have led to Russia winning hosting rights. “I’m sure that World Cup 2018 will be a great World Cup. Russia has to show that it can welcome the whole world. It’s a big challenge,” Blatter said. It was not immediately clear how the FIFA ban would impact Blatter’s attendance at matches or events. Platini, banned from football for four years, was allowed to attend Euro 2016 matches in his native France, provided he played no official role. burs/bs/lp0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Zurich, Switzerland, Oct 20 – FIFA’s disgraced ex-president Sepp Blatter has told AFP he will go to next year’s World Cup in Russia at the invitation of President Vladimir Putin, despite being banned from football.“I will go to the World Cup in Russia. I received an invitation from President Putin,” the 81-year-old said in an interview.
He said it was too early to say whether the bomb targeted the tourism industry or determining whether an Islamic Jihadist organization was involved. Some Western diplomats have expressed concern about the potential for violence in this Sunni Muslim country. COLOMBO, Sri Lanka – A homemade bomb exploded Saturday outside a crowded city park in the Maldives, wounding at least 12 people, all of them foreign tourists, a government official said. Officials in the Indian Ocean archipelago, renowned for its exclusive tourist resorts, said they did not know who was behind the afternoon attack that hit the crowded Sultan Park in the capital, Male. “The Maldives has never had something like this before. We are taking this very seriously because tourism is our life blood,” government spokesman Mohamed Shareef said. The injured included two Britons, eight Chinese and two Japanese, all with burns, Shareef said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Graeme Souness believes something special could be brewing at Tottenham.The Scot was an apprentice at White Hart Lane during Bill Nicholson’s illustrious reign, which included a historic league and FA Cup double.And Souness, who went on to become a Rangers and Liverpool legend, believes the current Spurs squad under Mauricio Pochettino is the best he has seen since the Nicholson era.Pochettino’s men are currently fourth in the Premier League, just five points adrift of top spot, and are being billed as serious title challengers by many.Speaking on the Hawksbee and Jacobs show, Souness said of Tottenham: “They don’t look flimsy.“They look like a team that will withstand disappointment. I watched them lose to Newcastle and they bounced back from that.“I like Tottenham. They look like a team – from the goalkeeper [Hugo Lloris], who I think is outstanding, to Harry Kane up front. In between they have got strength in depth.“I think this might be the best Tottenham [team] since the Bill Nicholson days.”
SACRAMENTO – Auditors found questionable spending by state Education Secretary Alan Bersin when he was superintendent of schools in San Diego. The audit, conducted for the San Diego Unified School District by a law firm, Loeb & Loeb, looked at Bersin’s handling of more than $630,000 in tax-deductible donations made by individuals and corporations to an education innovation fund. The audit said Bersin spent the money as he wanted, often reimbursing himself for personal and business expenses. There were also undocumented reimbursements and possible double-billings, auditors said. School district officials have forwarded the audit to the state attorney general, Fair Political Practices Commission and Internal Revenue Service to determine whether any laws were broken. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event Bersin said the audit was a waste of taxpayer’s money and an attempt by his critics to derail his nomination to the state Board of Education. There was no improper spending, he added. “I’ve said all along, it’s a waste of taxpayer funds in pursuit of a political vendetta,” Bersin told the Sacramento Bee. “I’m confident the review of records will establish there’s nothing to it. This is a witch hunt.” But Dick Van Der Laan, a spokesman for the San Diego school district, said the audit dealt with “serious questions” about Bersin’s handling of the fund and wasn’t motivated by politics. “With all the scandals that have erupted in public and private sectors in recent years, we realize great care must be taken that funds are spent wisely and in adherence to state and federal reporting requirements,” Van Der Laan said. The audit found instances in which Bersin charged the fund and the school district for meals at the same restaurant on the same day. He also charged the fund twice for meals in San Diego when travel documents indicated he was on the East Coast, according to the audit. Auditors also said that Bersin paid $42,500 to consultants and other people from the fund “without details or scope of the work performed.” Bersin spent seven years as San Diego’s superintendent until Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed him state education secretary last year. The governor has also appointed Bersin to the state Board of Education. A Senate confirmation hearing on the Board of Education appointment is scheduled April 19.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! For four consecutive seasons now, the Wilson High girls volleyball team has found itself determining the pace in the Moore League. The Bruins beat Jordan 25-13, 25-20, 25-19 Wednesday at home to continue a Moore League win streak that dates back two seasons, and while she knows this is only the midway point of the league slate, coach Susan Pescar seemed happy with where the Bruins stand. “Right now, we have only lost to teams that prepvolleyball.com has ranked in the top 25,” Pescar said, referring to setbacks against Assumption, Mira Costa and Campolindo. “We have to earn (recognition). And you know what, there’s nothing wrong with that.” Wilson (11-3, 6-0) controlled most of the match Wednesday against a Panthers team that has seen a resurgence this season. Last week, Jordan (14-7, 3-3) defeated Millikan for the first time in a decade, which also coincided with the program’s last CIF Southern Section playoff appearance. Second-year Panthers coach Andrew Clifton noted that his team is young and will return most players next season, including junior outside hitter Jazmine Samoa. “The year, all in all, has been good … I have a lot of young girls that are learning how to win,” Clifton said. “Everybody we play, the coaches tell me afterward, ?You have a great team, it’s just a matter of time.’ It’s getting tough for me, because I’m waiting for that time to come.” The Bruins were led Wednesday by senior right-side hitter Stephanie Barry, who had 16 kills, while middle blockers Elise Hendrickson (nine kills, three blocks) and Kelsi Bennett (six blocks) also made major contributions. Today, the Bruins face Compton on the road, while Jordan will begin the second half hosting Lakewood. “We know we’re capable of making the playoffs, it’s just a matter of us taking care of us,” Clifton said. “Our focus is just on us, and getting better every day. Whoever we play, we are really trying our best to believe we can win, and whatever the results are, then we get back to the drawing board and keep working.”
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “You would prefer that they respond without us saying anything,” Murray said. “If it was that simple, you’d do it all the time. I think our players realize on their own what their deficiencies are.” Cammalleri was a healthy scratch in two of the Kings’ first three games, and Frolov drew extra duty in practice Saturday because of a lack of offensive production in recent games. Both responded well. Frolov recorded four shots on goal and put one in the net, in the second period, to give the Kings a 3-0 lead, and Cammalleri also took four shots and scored a power-play goal, one of two for the Kings. So for the Kings, the good news wasn’t just who scored the goals, but how they were scored. Mired in a power-play slump, the Kings put extra emphasis on that unit in the previous two days and it paid off. Of course, the Blue Jackets helped, as they took six penalties in the first period. LOS ANGELES — Kings goaltender Jason LaBarbera wanted a shutout, but forward Michael Cammalleri needed a goal. But perhaps not as badly as Alexander Frolov did. The woeful Columbus Blue Jackets came close to giving everyone what they desired Sunday night. LaBarbera came within one save of his first career shutout and turned in another solid effort, and Cammalleri and Frolov each scored goals in the Kings’ 3-1 victory in front of 17,156 at Staples Center. This hasn’t been the easiest month for Frolov and Cammalleri, both of whom were penciled into the Kings’ top scoring line when training camp opened but ended up in coach Andy Murray’s doghouse. “When you’re killing penalties all the time, it puts too much (pressure) on the team and they can’t be expected to catch up,” Columbus coach Gerard Gallant said. Columbus, with star forward Rick Nash out of the lineup with an ankle injury, put up little resistance and seemed finished when Derek Armstrong and Cammalleri scored the first-period, power-play goals. “There was an emphasis on shooting and getting to the net, and for the majority of the night I think we did that,” said Murray, whose team converted two of nine chances with a man advantage. Frolov then gave the Kings some breathing room when, stationed in front of the net seconds after the end of a power play, he took a centering pass from Sean Avery, settled the puck with his skate and beat Columbus goaltender Marc Denis with 6:26 remaining in the second period. It was the second goal of the season for Frolov, who had 24 goals in 77 games in 2003-04. “I didn’t feel like my game was working out (recently), so I needed to work harder,” Frolov said. “I was working hard, but something wasn’t working for me. “That’s normal; it’s what happens in hockey. It’s a long season.” The way things are going for LaBarbera, it’s shaping up to be a long and successful season. LaBarbera stopped 19 of 20 shots but rarely was tested. He has won all three of his starts in Murray’s rotating-goaltender system and has stopped 69 of 73 shots this season. Columbus’ only goal came nine minutes into the third period, when Francois Beauchemin took a slap shot from inside the blue line and Nikolai Zherdev tipped the rebound past LaBarbera. “Whenever I have success, I can gradually get more confident,” LaBarbera said. “I want to keep it going because I’ve got a good feeling right now.” Rich Hammond can be reached at (818) 713-3607. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!