The Ukiah Hawks showed up with a bare-bones club — just nine players in total — and made it merely midway through the seventh inning before the mercy rule ended what was a blowout from the start.The Humboldt Crabs scored seven runs in the first inning of Friday night’s game against the Hawks and rolled to a 20-0 victory, at the Arcata Ball Park.All nine Crabs who had an at-bat on Friday had at least one hit — and as you may imagine, several of them had quite a few.Daniel Carrizosa had a hit …
Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City For Salado, he now shifts his focus on NCAA Season 94, where he will play his fourth year with the Chiefs.“I’ll be ready for next year. I’ll bounce back,” he said. Read Next Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice PLAY LIST 01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice00:50Trending Articles02:46Makabayan bloc: Duterte suspension order on rice importation only a ‘media stunt’01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Despite the incident, the 22-year-old guard isn’t blaming anyone for his injury.“Though it’s unfortunate that it happened this time, Ilagan didn’t mean to hurt me. It just happened. So I’ll just follow what the bosses said and I will rest this up and let it heal,” he said.Though he’s unable to play on the floor, Salado maintains his belief that the Chiefs can finish off what he started.“I want to play, but I trust my teammates that they can do this,” he said.Arellano beat Perpetual, 62-52, on Thursday, with Lervin Flores, Rence Alcoriza, and Levi dela Cruz leading the fight. It now sits at solo fifth place with its 8-9 card.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES View comments LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. FEU prepared to play PVL Finals game 2 sans Pons MOST READ Kent Salado. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netBad news for Arellano: Kent Salado will not be with the team in its Final Four drive late in NCAA Season 93.The speedy playmaker has been diagnosed with a slight MCL tear on his right knee after the Chiefs’ game against San Sebastian on Tuesday.ADVERTISEMENT BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight “Bad trip,” said Salado as he shared the unfortunate news to the media on Thursday before Arellano’s game against Perpetual. “I couldn’t sleep. I was almost crying on the night that this happened. I was thinking that I’m going to miss our next two games.”Golden stags guard RK Ilagan fell on Salado’s right leg on a rebound play early in the fourth quarter of the Chiefs’ 85-79 win last Tuesday.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutSalado has been the main man for the Chiefs this season, doing virtually everything for his side with his averages of league-best 19.1 points, second-best 5.0 assists, 3.8 rebounds, and 1.3 steals in 16 games.With his injury, the Cagayan de Oro native is expected to miss at least a month of action, keeping him at bay for the homestretch of the eliminations and virtually, the rest of the season.
Sachin Tendulkar and MS Dhoni stand between Australia and a win as the Mohali Test headed for a thrilling final day finish.India, needing 216 for a win, finished Day 4 at wobbly 55-4. Zaheer Khan and Ishant Sharma took three apiece as Australia collapsed from 87-0 to 192 in the noon session.They need a further 161 for a win this game, an unenviable task on a slow, low Mohali wicket.Australia began the day with a strong 87-run start between Shane Watson and Simon Katich. But Ishant dealt Australia three quick blows, removing Watson, Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke in one sensational spell.India began the chase poorly, losing Gautam Gambhir in the first over, thanks to a poor umpiring decision from Billy Bowden, who failed to detect a huge inside edge while ruling an LBW in Ben Hilfenhaus’ favour. Rahul Dravid was caught behind again, off Doug Bollinger.India’s hopes for a quick start rested on Virender Sehwag but Hilfenhaus bounced him and Suresh Raina out in consecutive overs to derail India’s chase.After Ishant’s burst in the morning session, the post lunch session belonged to spinners Harbhajan Singh and Pragyan Ojha.Starting the session at 100 for three, Ojha, who got a bit of stick in the morning session, drew Katich forward as the ball spun away from the left hander. The edge was taken by Dhoni behind stumps. Katich scored 37 with the help of two fours.Michael Hussey (28) got a bad decision when he was adjudged leg before trying to sweep a Harbhajan delivery that pitched well outside leg stump. He ended the Test on a disappointing note.advertisementEarlier, Watson smashed 56 off only 59 deliveries — an innings which was in stark contrast to his toiling century in the first essay.Ishant, who started in an erratic manner giving away 17 runs in two overs, had brilliant figures of 3-2-8-3 to show for in his second spell. His pre-lunch session figures read 5-2-25-3.Among his three victims, Watson should curse himself for doing a hara-kiri.Ishant bowled one wide outside the off-stump and the opener went for a wild slog over deep mid-wicket but dragged it back onto his stumps. Watson hit seven boundaries and a huge six off Ojha during his knock.Ponting started with a boundary but Ishant got his man when the Australian skipper pulled a short one straight into the hands of backward square leg which was specifically stationed for that particular shot. Raina took a well-judged catch.The lanky speedster from Delhi was over the moon when he got Clarke to flick one to short mid-wicket where Sehwag was standing.
Arsenal scouts to watch RB Salzburg midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai at Anfieldby Paul Vegas24 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal will have scouts watch Red Bull Salzburg midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai when the Austrian champions face Liverpool on Wednesday night.The Gunners are monitoring the 18-year-old Hungary international, having made their interest known to Salzburg during last summer, says the Mirror.Szoboszlai has scored eight goals in 31 games since joining from feeder club FC Liefering – also owned by Red Bull – in 2018.Arsenal are believed have approached Salzburg chiefs with their wish to be kept informed on rival interest in Szoboszlai, ahead of a potential move at the end of the season. They have monitored both he and teammate Erling Haaland. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Ohio State junior swimmer Lindsey Clary competes at the Big Ten championships in February, 2016. Credit: OSU AthleticsOhio State entered the Olympic Swimming Trials with 34 swimmers competing for a spot on the team, but none of them managed to crack the United States swimming group heading to Rio later in the summer.The results found below are from the trials going from Wednesday until the conclusion of the trials on Sunday. For the results on the first three days, click this link.On Tuesday, the first event for the Buckeyes was the women’s 200-meter freestyle match. The school’s lone representative was graduate Alex Norris who finished 30th with a time of 2:01.02.The second event on the third day was the women’s 200-meter individual medley. Senior Lindsey Clary represented the Scarlet and Gray and placed 23rd with a time of 2:16.70.Junior Gregory Nymberg competed in the men’s 200-meter butterfly on Tuesday, finishing 45th with a time of 2:01.82.Day four of the event saw plenty of OSU swimmers compete. In the men’s 100-meter freestyle, senior Josh Fleagle advanced to the semifinals after placing 17th with a time of 49.58 in the preliminaries. He would be knocked out in the semifinals after only placing 16th with a time of 49.70. Also in that event was junior Nathan Christian who placed 66th with a time of 50.98 and graduate Tim Phillips who finished 23rd with a time of 49.89.Also for the men on day four was the 200-meter breaststroke. Two Buckeyes competed in that event, graduate D.J. MacDonald who finished 27th with a time of 2:16.68 and sophomore Brandon Fronczak who placed 83rd after completing the event in two minutes and 21.16 seconds.The third and final event for the Buckeyes on Wednesday was the women’s 200-meter butterfly. Clary finished 69th with a time of 2:17.23 while Amanda McNulty completed the race with a time of 2:17.55, good for 76th in the race.The fifth day of the trials held four preliminary events of which the Buckeyes participated in three. First up for the Bucks was the women’s 200-meter breaststroke. The sole member of the Scarlet and Gray was junior Katie Antal who finished 108th after completing the event with a time of 2:38.32.The next event up for the Buckeyes on that day was the men’s 200-meter individual medley. Three Buckeyes raced in that event with senior Andrew Appleby placing the highest at 35th with a time of 2:04.11. Next up was graduate Chris DePietro who placed 77th with a time of 2:07.41. Lastly was sophomore Gus Whiteman who had a time of 2:12.55 and finished 88th.Whiteman also participated in the 200-meter backstroke, but his time was disqualified.On Friday, the sixth session of the trials began, and OSU again was well represented, having competitors in all four morning events. The men’s 50-meter freestyle event saw three Buckeye swimmers compete. Senior Matt McHugh finished 46th overall with a time of 23.04; freshman Mossimo Chavez finished 61st with a time of 23.15 and junior Kevin Musterait placed 124th with a time of 23.56. The next men’s event, the 100-meter butterfly, saw one swimmer do particularly well. Graduate Tim Phillips finished second in the preliminary trials with a time of 51.68, .19 seconds better than 22-time Olympic medal winner Michael Phelps. Phillips again finished second in the next round, this time with a time of 51.28. He could not replicate his success in the finals as he placed fifth in the event with a time of 51.44.Also competing in the event was Matt McHugh who finished 48th with a time of 54.19. Behind him was sophomore Michael Salazar who placed 51st with a time of 54.26 and Nymberg who finished with a time of 55.09, 89th best at the event.The first women’s event on Friday morning saw the Buckeyes’ leading swimmer Clary (who competed in a school-best five events) compete in the 800-meter freestyle. She was the lone member of OSU in the vent and she placed 15th with a time of 8:41.90.The women’s 200-meter backstroke was the final heat on Friday morning. Only senior Kaitlyn Ferrara swam for OSU and she placed 54th with a time of 2:16.15.The events continued on until Sunday, but the final day with any OSU swimmers was Saturday. The women’s 50-meter freestyle event had four OSU swimmers competing in the event of 180 swimmers. First among the Bucks and 75th overall was junior Macie McNichols who finished with a time of 26.21. The remaining three swimmers were junior Cheyenne Meek who finished 125th with a time of 26.55, graduate Annie Jongekrijg who finished 145th with a time of 26.70 and graduate Rachael Dzierzak who placed 160th with a time of 26.83. The only event for the men on Saturday was the men’s 1,500-meter freestyle event. The lone competitor for the Bucks was junior Brayden Seal who finished 75th with a time of 15:58.50.
Following a hard-fought 20-17 victory at Iowa last weekend, No. 8-ranked Ohio State returns home on Saturday for its 107th meeting with Michigan and its regular season finale. Although the win put the Buckeyes into the history books as the only team in conference history to win 10 games or more in six straight seasons, coach Jim Tressel said his team’s thoughts immediately shifted to the rival Wolverines. “It seems like Iowa was a long time ago. We knew it was going to be a battle and it was,” Tressel said. “It wasn’t 30 seconds over that our thoughts began to rumble about this one, and we’re anxious.” The Buckeyes have dominated the Wolverines at the Horseshoe in recent history, winning every game against Michigan in Columbus since 2000. Senior defensive tackle Dexter Larimore said OSU will face a much-improved Michigan squad. “It’s crazy to think that last year they were almost a completely different team,” Larimore said. “This year, they have just turned it on offensively and just been able to score on anybody.” Pryor comes through in the clutch Junior quarterback Terrelle Pryor didn’t have his most impressive statistical game in the Buckeyes’ victory in Iowa City, Iowa, completing 54.5 percent of his passes and throwing for two interceptions. However, Tressel said he was impressed by his signal caller. “I thought he played pretty well,” he said. “There were a couple times where, from the sideline, I thought he should have stood in and waited for something to develop, and then when you watched it on film, I could see why he moved around a little. … I would say his grade was as good or better than any he’s had. He really had a grasp on what we were trying to do.” Even with the interceptions, Tressel said it was Pryor’s performance down the stretch that stood out. “He ran the ball well. He got us in and out of plays we needed to be and obviously, you know, you’re evaluated by how you do when the chips are down, and I thought he did a nice job in that last six minutes,” he said. Senior day Twenty-four OSU seniors will run out of the tunnel onto the field at the Horseshoe for the last time Saturday, hoping to stay unbeaten in their careers against Michigan. Couple that with the magnitude of the rivalry, and Tressel said it is going to be a special day. “We’re looking forward to 24 seniors, the last time they go out there, and that’s a big deal to us, but that’s a bigger deal to them,” he said. “They have been a part of some good football teams and they’re trying to lead this team into being a good football team and they know they only have one more chance back in Ohio Stadium.” The seniors agreed that their last game in Columbus will be memorable. “It will definitely be emotional and definitely a kind of bittersweet feeling knowing that I made it through the five years,” senior offensive lineman Bryant Browning said. “At the same time, it is going to be the last time I get to run out onto the field with my team at the Horseshoe and play in the great stadium, so it is going to be something I remember for the rest of my life.” Downtrodden Wolverine defense The 2010 edition of the Wolverine defense is certainly not one of the best Michigan has produced. Heading into its final regular season game, Michigan has allowed more than 33 points per game and given up an eye-popping 445.2 yards of offense per game. Despite the shortcomings, senior wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher said he expects to see a better Wolverine defense Saturday. “We’re obviously confident in our offense no matter who we are facing,” Sanzenbacher said. “We’ll game-plan for whatever we think is going to work, but at the same time we always know that they’re probably going to be a little better than what we see on film.” Tressel said the magnitude of the matchup will bring out the best in all parties. “I can promise you this, they are going to play the best they can possibly play and then some,” he said. “They’re going to play better than they are. We need to play better than we are, and that’s, to me, the fun of this game.”
Leonardo Spinazzola who has been on the Bianconeri’s books since 2010, but has never actually played for the first team says that about six years ago, the signing of Madrid all-time goalscorer Cristiano Ronaldo was unthinkable.The defender left Juventus in 2012 and has been on loan ever since but when asked what has changed now since he left Turin six years ago, Spinazzola said as quoted in Football Italia:“The difference is Cristiano Ronaldo. When I left six years ago, a signing like that was unthinkable.“That means the club has done a great job and does it every day, you can see that from the new training ground which is wonderful. Now, this is one of the top clubs in the world.”The left-back will wear the number 37 shirt this season.“It’s the number I took in my first year in Bergamo and it brought me good luck,” Spinazzola explained.“There are plenty of reasons why 7 is my favourite number but it was already taken!Fiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.“[Juan] Cuadrado had it, now it’s changed and I left it alone! I like both three and seven, so I chose this number.”Spinazzola can’t be active at the moment as he was forced to undergo surgery on his meniscus.“My condition is a bit more positive now, I’ve been running for a week and I went to see [surgeon Pierpaolo] Mariani last week and he said it was fine.“Now all I can do is work, be patient, and wait.“I think I’ll be back in mid-October or early November. I think you should always be calm with these kind of injuries, because it’s pointless coming back in four months only to feel bad for three months.“So it’s better for me to let the doctors get me in shape, then when the Coach says I’m ready I’ll train.”
The Honors Performance Series was created to showcase accomplished individual high school performers on an international level by allowing them to study under master conductors and perform in the celebrated venue. In addition to the performance on stage, Katie will also be involved in music-based activities in New York City. Katherine Delker’s performance scheduled for Sunday, February 4th in New York City. Katherine Delker, a 9th grade student at Soldotna High School, has been selected for the 2018 High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Katie will perform Soprano 1 in February with the Honors Women’s Choir. Participation is limited to the highest-rated high school performers from across the nation.The performance at Carnegie Hall is scheduled for Sunday, February 4th. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Many blessed with vocal talents envision the day when they can be on stage, maybe one of the grandest stages; how about Carnegie Hall. Katie will join other performers from the 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, Guam, Canada, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Mexico, New Zealand, Qatar, South Korea, and the United Kingdom. All will perform at Carnegie Hall. Katie Delker on nomination processAudio PlayerDecker-on-nomination-process.mp3VmDecker-on-nomination-process.mp300:00RPd Katie Delker on choir and tour eventsAudio PlayerDecker-on-choir-and-activities.mp3VmDecker-on-choir-and-activities.mp300:00RPd
Scott Heuiser, Soldotna Store Manager: “We are keeping the money local. 100% of our beverage sales on News Years day will go to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Soldotna.” Baristas at Kaladi Brothers will be donating their wages, tips, and total sales towards the Boys and Girls Club of Soldotna. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Kaladi Brothers employees at the Kobuk store in Soldotna will once again be spending New Year’s Day volunteering their time to support a local non profit. Last year the store donated over $1,000 towards Royal Family KIDS- Kenai camp. Heuiser: “It’s all about investing in the future of children so their futures can be brighter.” The Royal Family KIDS camp is a network of people giving up their time to make a difference in the lives of local orphaned and abandoned children.
Apple null New AirPods on the horizon Apple AirPods 2019 Amazon Mentioned Above Apple AirPods 2019 (Charging Case) CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Aug 31 • Verizon vs AT&T vs T-Mobile vs Sprint: Choose the best 5G carrier Mobile Headphones CNET’s Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page. Find more great buys on the CNET Deals page and follow the Cheapskate on Facebook and Twitter! Enlarge ImageWhy buy all this stuff separately when you can get it bundled for $10? Taosanhu So you decided to splurge on a pair of AirPods. It can be pretty frustrating to discover that those pricey earbuds don’t fit particularly well in your ears. And to realize that when you take them out, there’s no place to put them while you chat up the CrossFit coach. And what’s with that crazy slippery case? Sounds like Apple’s ‘buds could use an assist.Accessories to the rescue! But as I noted in my roundup of great cheap Apple Watch accessories, the Apple Store is not the place to buy them — not if you want greater selection and lower prices.Read more: The best Apple AirPods accessoriesThis story was originally going to focus on a smattering of individual products — cases, ear hooks and the like — but then I discovered a single kit that has pretty much everything an AirPods owner might need — all for $10. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. See it at AmazonHere’s what you get:A silicone case-cover in your choice of colorsA carabiner for hooking that case to your belt, backpack or whateverTwo sets of straps so your AirPods can dangle from your neckTwo sets of ear hooks to improve fitTwo sets of watch-band holdersA zippered carrying case to hold everythingAll this for 10 measly bucks. I’m not sure why the bundle includes two of certain things, but I won’t complain about having extras.I was mostly in it for the silicone cover, because I was tired of losing my grip on Apple’s slippery AirPods case. That cover adds some bulk, though, so the carabiner clip is a nice perk: I no longer have to keep the case in my pocket.I immediately fell in love with the straps, which let the AirPods dangle from around my neck when I want to take them out. (There’s some added safety there as well; once, while running, I swatted at a bug near my ear and sent an AirPod flying. It almost landed in a puddle.)The watch-band holder was something I didn’t even know existed. But for those times when it’s not convenient to keep the case with you or use the neck strap, it’s actually quite handy to be able to “dock” the AirPods on your wrist. These holders tend to slide around a bit, at least on my Apple Watch silicone band, but they should work with any kind of watch and band.A little dorky, maybe, but also a pretty handy place to “dock” your AirPods. Rick Broida/CNET The ear hooks might be helpful for folks who have a hard time getting AirPods to stay put. (Luckily, for me they fit perfectly au-naturel.) However, they’re kind of a pain to install, and you can’t charge the AirPods without taking them off again. Plus, they really don’t do much to improve noise isolation; for that I’d look to something like the AhaStyle Silicone Ear Hooks my colleague Jason Hiner tried recently. They’re virtually identical to what you’re getting here (and therefore way overpriced at $15), but with the addition of in-ear tips that definitely do improve noise isolation and bass.Finally, the zippered carrying case is a nice little extra for keeping all this stuff together.You can easily find all these items for sale separately, and certainly there are even more colors and styles available if you just want an AirPods-case case. But I think this is $10 very well spent, even if you use only a couple of the items in the kit.Your thoughts? 6:10 $144 Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? See It Share your voice $159 0 See It See it See All Best Buy Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. $144 Aug 31 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors • Apple reading • This $10 accessory kit has literally everything you need for your AirPods Now playing: Watch this: Amazon Apple See It Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Tags The Cheapskate Review • AirPods 2019 review: King of truly wireless earphones crowned with small enhancements $144