Tulane finished the tournament knocking down 12,601 total pins over the course of the three-day event, holding a pin average of 188.1. The team ended the Sunshine State Winter Classic on a tough note, dropping all three bracket final matches on Sunday to finish with an overall record of 5-8. In the finale, Tulane pushed UAB to the limit but dropped a 4-2 (212-221, 189-156, 173-182, 225-183, 225-201, 206-140) decision to the Blazers to finish in eighth and secure the team’s seventh top 10 result of the season. It was solid weekend overall for Tulane bowlers, as the team had four members finish in the top 25 individually. Led by Gulum, Isabelle Lee finished 19th, Crystal Singh finished 23rd and Madison McCall finished 25th. While only competing in two matches on Saturday, senior Hailee Hammond rolled two of her best games of the season in succession in tying her career high with a 245 game against Nebraska and then setting a new career mark with a 257 game against Sacred Heart. Final Standings1. No. 7 Stephen F. Austin^2. No. 3 Nebraska3. No. 20 Sacred Heart4. No. 2 Vanderbilt^5. No. 18 Maryville6. No. 15 Lincoln Memorial7. No. 14 UAB8. No. 9 Tulane^9. No. 12 Delaware State10. No. 25 Youngstown State^11. No. 22 Monmouth12. Prairie View A&M13. Florida A&M14. Bethune-Cookman^Southland Bowling League member Tulane will wrap up its stretch of three competitions in three weeks by participating in the SFA Ladyjack Invitational next weekend in Houston, Texas. Gulum, who’s previous career high game was 257 against Saint Francis back in 2017, rolled the 300 on Saturday against fellow Southland Bowling League member Stephen F. Austin as she helped catapult the Green Wave from 10th after one day of competition to fifth by the end of day two. The New York native finished 12th individually by knocking down 998 total pins for a pin average of 199.60.Want to know what perfection looks like?!?At least when it comes to bowling, that is. Check out this montage of @tieragulum rolling the first 3??0??0?? game in Tulane history. #RollWave???? pic.twitter.com/JvtGsqOUc5— Tulane Bowling (@GreenWaveBowl) February 11, 2019 The opening match on Sunday pitted Tulane with a rematch against Lincoln Memorial, with the opposition making quick work of the Green Wave in four games 204-166, 198-195, 202-168, 221-133. In the next match, the squad dropped a 4-3 (170-167, 160-200, 162-184, 191-223, 177-163, 192-188, 186-160) heartbreaker to Maryville. Tulane’s wins that day would come thanks to a 925-921 win over Maryville in the first traditional match of the day and 1,059-958 victory over SHU in the final one. Story by Tulane Media RelationsORLANDO, Fla. – Tulane senior Tiera Gulum became the first Green Wave bowler in program history to roll a perfect 300 game to highlight an eighth-place finish for the ninth-ranked team in the country at the Sunshine State Winter Classic this weekend in Orlando. “A tough weekend on the lanes. We didn’t execute shots well enough to keep up with the field. The team performed well on Saturday with the help of Tiera’s 300 game and Hailee’s 251 average for the last two games,” head coach Hayley Veitch said. I am proud of the seniors for tepping up. Overall we need to get mentally stronger to perform to our potential.” The Green Wave sat in 10th place after the first day of competition completed on Friday in Orlando, going 3-2 in Baker matches and knocking down a total of 4,664 pins. The team earned a 998-978 win over Youngstown State, 955-869 win over Florida A&M and 983-573 win over Bethune-Cookman. By the end of Saturday the squad was 5-5 overall, as the team knocked down 4,907 pins which was the second most among all participating teams on the afternoon. The Green Wave rolled a pair of games knocking down well over 1,000 pins, those coming against the Ladyjacks and Sacred Heart.
ALEXANDER’S HOMEBRED PEE WEE REESE SETS SIZZLING FRACTIONS EN ROUTE TO 1 ¼ LENGTH SCORE IN $100,000 SENSATIONAL STAR STAKES; VAN DYKE & D’AMATO TEAM FOR RAPID 6 ½ FURLONG HILLSIDE TURF WIN IN 1:10.84 RACE FOR CALIFORNIA-BRED OR SIRE HORSES PART OF LUCRATIVE GOLDEN STATE SERIES ARCADIA, Calif. (March 31, 2019)–With a cascade of late money stamping him the 6-5 post time favorite, Nick Alexander’s homebred Pee Wee Reese set sizzling fractions en route to powerful 1 ¼ length win in Sunday’s $100,000 Sensational Star Stakes at Santa Anita. Ridden by Drayden Van Dyke and trained by Phil D’Amato, Pee Wee Reese, named for the late Dodger Hall of Fame shortstop, got 6 ½ furlongs in 1:10.84, which was just 11/100’s of a second off the track record.Breaking from the far outside, “Pee Wee” shot to the early lead and although longshot Minister of Soul tried to pressure him early, he left his primary rival, Eddie Haskell in his wake at the dirt crossing turning for home in registering his third stakes win while remaining unbeaten in three hillside assignments.“He’s a cool horse,” said Alexander, who is known to millions of Southern California radio listeners as the owner of Nick Alexander Imports, who’s slogan is “Nick can’t say no.” “He’s had high suspensories (tendon issues) pretty much his whole life (explaining a seven-month absence from the races).“The Cal-bred program is the only thing that keeps us in business. Between the maiden bonuses, and being protected in the first allowance conditions, being able to run against nothing but Cal-breds, the breeders awards, the stallion awards…It makes a difference between profit and loss every year.”The first choice in a field of six California-bred or sired horses, Pee Wee Reese paid $4.60, $2.60 and $2.10.A 6-year-old full horse by Tribal Rule, out of Alexander’s Unbridled Belle mare Bluegrass Belle, Pee Wee Reese is now 14-7-2-1 and with the winner’s share of $60,000, he increased his bankroll to $412,901.“On paper, it looked like there was a ton of speed,” said D’Amato. “I told Drayden to help him out of there and if he popped on top, to go with it and he got him out of there beautifully…Drayden said he was pricking his ears out there and just doing it really comfortably. I think he’s a good miler, but down the hill, he’s a force to be reckoned with.”The second choice at 3-2 with Kent Desormeaux up, Eddie Haskell appeared to have the winner measured three sixteenths of a mile from home, but couldn’t get on terms with him at any point. Second by 1 ¼ lengths, he paid $2.80 and $2.20.Last after the first half mile, Eddie Haskell was easily second, finishing four lengths in front of Brandothebartender. Ridden by Rafael Bejarano, Eddie Haskell paid $2.10 to show.Fractions on the race, set by the winner, were 21.15, 42.85 and 1:04.87.The Sensational Star is part of the Golden State Series, which is sponsored by the CTBA to benefit California-bred or sired horses.
JOCKEY QUOTES FLAVIEN PRAT, TOINETTE, WINNER: “It didn’t look like there was much speed in the race, so we didn’t want to be too far behind. As you could see, she was very comfortable and she won pretty easy today. Yes, I’m glad to hear she’s going to run next year. I think she can be a Grade I mare, no question. I’ve ridden her quite a bit and she’s faced some nice fillies. Neil has her in great shape now and I’m looking forward to riding her in the future.“She broke sharp, put herself in the race and she is really easy to ride. She breezed well and gave me a really good kick turning for home.”On Vasilika’s retirement: “Yesterday was the last time that I rode Vasilika. I was so busy that I didn’t realize it until I went back to the Jock’s Room that it would be the last time. I want to see her before she leaves.” How many times have you tied with someone as co-leading rider?“I think this is the third time.”TRAINER QUOTESNEIL DRYSDALE, TOINETTE, WINNER: “She’s had a late year. We discovered she had an infected tooth and we had to remove it. Following that, we discovered she had another pocket of infection and we had to treat that, so we had to take our time with her. She’s come around very nicely and yes, we’re hoping for big things from her next year.” NOTES: The winning owners are Ken Baca, Joseph and Lynne Hudson.
The SP PNG Hunters today named an extended squad of 20 players for their important Round 12 match this Sunday against Norths Devils at Bishop Park.The Hunters currently in third spot, sit one point above the Devils on the ISC ladder and Norths will be looking to bounce back after their loss to Redciffe last weekend.The Hunters, buoyed by an impressive backs to the wall win last weekend, welcome players back which will give coach Michael Marum a selection headache for the match.Captain Israel Eliab will not take the field after recovering from the measles while prop Joe Bruno will be monitored and assessed this week by the club’s medical staff, after suffering concussion in last weekend’s win.Back for the Hunters are hard running prop Timothy Lomai, cult hero Willie Minoga and Dion Aiye. Coach Marum will test the fitness of the players before finalising his 18- man squad for Sunday’s match.The match will be televised live on Hitron and Channel 8 with a delayed telecast at 7pm on EMTV. SP PNG Hunters team to play Norths Devils this Sunday 3pm, Bishop Park.The team: 1. Adex Wera © 2. Garry Lo 3. Thompson Teteh 4. Albert Patak 5. Edward Goma 6. Noel Zeming 7. Roger Laka © 8. Joe Bruno 9. Wartovo Puara 10. Esua Siune 11. George Benson 12. Sebastian Pandia 13. Adam Korave, Interchange:14. Timothy Lomai ,15. Willie Minoga 16. Lawrence Tu’u 17. Tiger Emery 18. Noel Joel 19. Stanton Albert 20. Dion Aiye.
The match kicks off at 6.05pm today and will be televised live on TV Wan Sports.Hunters are looking to bounce back as they gear up with a strong side to crunch the Cutters at their home soil.The PNG side is currently on third spot on the ladder while thirteenth placed Cutters are yet to put a mark on the score board.Hunters will be banking on key players Stargroth Amean, Adex Wera, Wartovo Puara Jnr, Enock Maki, Brandy Peter and captain Noel Zeming, to take them to victory.Cutters are hoping some home crowd assistance will get them home after a slow start to the season.Hunters team: 1. Stargroth Amean 2. Oti Tony (Bland Abavu) 3. Noel Zeming (c) 4. Adex Wera 5. William Aquila 6. Watson Boas 7. Wartovo Puara Jnr 8. Henry Noki 9. Warren Glare 10. Esau Siune 11. Nickson Borana 12. Tuvi Lepan 13. Brandy Peter 14. Ishamel Baikawa 15. Enock Maki 16. Philimon Kimisive 17. Edward Goma 18. Benjamin Hetra and Coach: Michael Marum.
Pershagens SK’s Adam Lindin told newspaper Länstidningen Södertälje that it was the strangest thing he had ever experienced on a football field.The player had already been booked once, but he got his second yellow card when he released wind which he says had arisen from an upset stomach.Linden said he was shocked by the decision and confronted the referee about whether farting is allowed. He got a simple “no” in response.His theory?Maybe he thought I farted in my hand and threw it at him.This is a practice colloquially known as “cupcaking”.The referee reportedly clarified that he thought Linden had been deliberately trying to provoke another player.If you’re wondering how the referee managed to hear the accompanying noise over the roar of a crowd, this didn’t happen at the Euros or Copa America – it took place in Sweden’s seventh division in a game between Pershagens SK and Järna SK’s reserve team.FIFA’s laws about fouls and misconduct make no specific mention of “farting”, “flatulence” or “wind”.However, the rules of the game do leave room for referees to make decisions about behaviour which just doesn’t smell right: cautions can be given for actions which show “a lack of respect for the game”, while “a player who uses excessive force must be sent off”.”It was a crappy game, it was a crappy judgment,” Pershagens SK posted on Facebook after the game, which they lost.
The legacy programs ‘Live Your Goals’ and ‘FIFA 11 for Health’ will be launched at the end of this week and the film crew will be capturing footage to use in a documentary to promote this prestigious tournament.In the lead up to the launch of the ‘Live Your Goals’ initiative which will be launched this Sunday, a coaching workshop is being conducted by FIFA Instructor Carolina Morace a former Italian player coach and football legend who is now a FIFA Technical Director.The workshop which is underway at the Rita Flyn Indoor complex is being attended by coaches from around the provinces to prepare them to take on the ‘Live Your Goals’ program. The program will be rolled out to the four regions in the coming months.PNG Football Association Senior Vice President Linda Wonuhali who addressed the workshop stated the coaching course is a platform through which the legacy programs will be channeled.“The coaching course is a way forward for development of football in the country for our young girls. Football has gained momentum as a direct result of the upcoming world cup and we hope more women and girls will be inspired to play football”, said Wonuhali.“There is already a strong focus on women’s football development in the country and the legacy aspect of maintaining these commitments will be through the implementation of these legacy programs, said Seamus Marten”, Chief Executive of the Local Organising Committee.The ‘Live Your Goal’ campaign will be launched this Sunday and will coincide with the NCD Governor Powes Parkops health initiative, the ‘Walk for Life’ program.The ’11 for Health’ program will be launched on July 4.
In the second act, the Lightning, with Paco Jémez in the stands, assumed the baton before a Barakaldo reply, which was not resigned to his fate. The idea of going round and playing a jackpot planned in the environment, waiting for the rival to relax thinking about LaLiga or that all the fish was sold. In a free kick by Sergio García, who has a glove on his left foot, the leather strolled through the small area without finding a finisher. The team of Hernán Pérez liked spurred by the “yes you can” chanted by the local fans and threw themselves into an open grave, with a triple occasion in which the ball did not want to enter. A goal annulled to Piovaccari by game of play tempered the spirits, which Sergio García recovered with the direct launch of a distant foul and a header from Delgado that blocked Morro. Barakaldo fell with his boots on Rayo on an exciting afternoon in Lasesarre, where two goals from Pozo and Piovaccari Madrid sneaked into the next phase of the Cup. The Biscayns deserved much more for thrust, bravery and chances, especially in the second half, but the aim in the last meters of the team of greater category was definitive. There was an excellent atmosphere in the manufacturing field, with twinning of rocks before the stake and the sun shone on Sunday cup football.The stake started with a strong shot with a first shot by Saul, who aborted Rabanillo, and Olaizola in the opposite goal, high, center to the second post of Juan Delgado. The Barakaldo resorting to high blood pressure, giving a sense of poise for what was going on in his post. El Rayo, with Montiel at the controls and Pozo putting the talent, tried to take the initiative. At 11 minutes, Sergio Garcia kicks Julen López off at the hands of Morro. In these that in a rayista advance, center from the left of Saúl and José Pozo, coming from behind by speed surprised the defense and Rabanillo to put the 0-1 in the luminous. Gradually the best quality of the franjirrojos was imposed, touching the ball and taking over the wide area.The Barakaldo tried again with the break-ups of Delgado and his passes back edged to the right side that Olaizola, who for the second time, was not able to convert entering the crescent of the area. In a draw, he chewed in the stands. El Rayo, quiet, had a cross shot of Alvaro before the break. The uncertainty of the marker left the Barakaldo alive, aguerrido and closing pass lines with Carles Marc and Doncel inside and the sides Agirrezabala and Galán unfolding to prevent the advances by speed of Saúl and Álvaro. The factory deserved a minimum draw. Hernán Pérez gave entry to the new signing of Castellón, Jairo Cárcaba, to give more mordant above. Those of Jémez, faithful to their style, left behind with the ball cracked, regardless of local pressure. It gave entrance to Mario Suarez to hold the spinal cord. And when they were worse, Piovaccari sentenced with 0-2 in a fast backlash imposing the logic of football that whoever fails to pay.————————————————– ——-Match file:Barakaldo: Radish; Agirrezabala, Gándara, Julen López, Galán; Carles Marc, Doncel (Algarra, min. 79), Olaizola (Óscar Fdez, min. 63), Sergio García; Delgado and Adrián Hernández (Cárcaba, min. 63).Vallecano Ray: Nose; Tito (Milic, min. 85), Saveljich, Martín, Luna; Well (Andrés, min. 69), Óscar, Montiel, Saúl; Piovaccari and Álvaro (Suárez, min. 80).Goals: 0-1: Well (min. 14); 0-2; Piovaccari (min. 82).Referee: From the Ramos Fountain, Castilian-Lions. He admonished Dolcel (min.63) and Carles Marc (min.67) and the visitor Martín (min. 12).Stadium: Lasesarre: 5,800 spectators. Ainoha Hernández, Zuazo handball players, received recognition before the game for her runner-up in the world.————————————————– ——-Paco Jémez: “If you don’t want to suffer, become Barça or Madrid”Paco Jémez, Rayo coach, witnessed the game from the stands by penalty and then attended the media. “If you want not to suffer, become members of Barça or Real Madrid. Winning 0-2 in a field like this is to draw positive conclusions. Barakaldo has not lowered his arms, in the second half we lost the pace of the game, in a full stadium, with a good atmosphere, has demanded us. In the end justice has been done because we have had more and clearer chances of Barakaldo. In the stands I hold back more, they cannot expel me, “he told the press.
The Spanish handball team did not fall into speculation and concluded the second phase as the first group, so it will be measured next Friday in the semifinals with Slovenia, after drawing this Wednesday 22-22 with Croatia.An agonized tie that nobody could foresee after the six goals of advantage (13-19) with which he came to count at the start of the second half.But when everything seemed more favorable for Spain, those of Jordi Ribera, conditioned by the arbitration, collapsed in attack, chaining up to eleven minutes without scoring, which allowed Croatia to stand ahead on the scoreboard (22-21) two minutes for the conclusionA time in which Spain, aware that the match was worth it to seal the first place, pulled ex officio to add a tie in a match in which he never entered into speculation and went from the beginning to win.Of course, without giving up its rotation policy, as the Spanish coach had already made clear in the previous one, who gave start players to players such as the Dani Sarmiento center or the Adrià Figueras pivot.But what did not change was the philosophy of the Spanish team, which remained faithful to its elaborate style of play, in which no one ever doubts in taking another pass until finding the best partner for the goal.It was confirmed by the five different players who scored for the Spanish team in the first fifteen minutes of the game.On the contrary that in the Balkan team, in which the central Igor Karacic, who signed six of the eleven goals that Croatia scored in the first half, completely monopolized the attack of those of Lino Cervar.Spain did not find an antidote to the movements of Karacic, which wreaked havoc in the Spanish rear with its circulations from left to right, until it went from the 6-0 defense with which it started the fight to a more aggressive system 5-1.A change that did not occur until well over the equator of the first half, when the “Hispanics” were at a disadvantage of two goals on the scoreboard (8-6), fruit more of the exclusions with which they were punished than of the good Croatian game. Photo: Reuters The picture changed completely with the presence of Alex Dujshebaev in the outpost, from where he prevented the trajectories of Karacic and caused numerous losses of the Balkan ball.It was the fuel that Spain needed to start a comeback that allowed Jordi Ribera to go to rest ahead in the scoreboard (11-12) with a last goal from Julen Aginagalde, the ninth different player by the Spanish team that scored In the first half.That data corroborated the breadth of resources of the Spanish team, compared to the most limited in Croatia, especially if, as happened on Wednesday, the Balkans cannot count on Luka Cindric, who, reluctantly, did not even get off the bench.Limitations that were clear at the start of the second half, when Spain gave a point of intensity to its defense.A circumstance that led to the takeoff of the Spanish team, which, in a seen and unseen, led by a spectacular Alex Dujshebaev both in attack and defense, was located at ten minutes of the second half with a six-goal advantage (13- 19).But if there is an invariable rule in handball it is that Croatia can never be left for dead, and more if, as in this case, the colleges do their part.The Lithuanians Gatelis and Mazeika did not seem to like that the game was resolved so soon, a circumstance that they decided to correct with an unequal criterion when sanctioning the passive game.Thus, while the attacks of Croatia could be prolonged, those of Spain could barely last a few seconds, which led to the offensive collapse of the Spanish team, which chained up to eleven minutes without seeing goal.It was not missed by the Balkan team, spurred by the thousands of Croatian fans who filled the stands, to turn around the contest two minutes to the conclusion (22-21) with a 6-0 run.Spain finally managed to break that drought with a penalty goal from Aleix Gómez that left Croatia with the last possession to win and achieve the first group place.But the Balkans, despite attacking with seven players, failed to seize their last chance and saw how the final launch of Domagoh Duvnjak crashed into a post.– Data sheet:22 – Croatia: Sego; Horvat (2, 1p), Stepancic (2), Mamic (2), Duvnjak (2, 1p), Mandic (-) and Karacic (10) -initial team- Asanin (ps), Maric (-), Hrstic (- ), Sarac (-), Musa (-), Cindric (-), Brozovic (1), Matanovic (-) and Sipic (3)22 – Spain: Corrals; Solé (2), Maqueda (1), Sarmiento (1), Cañellas (-), Ariño (2) and Figueras (1) -initial team- Pérez de Vargas (ps), Raúl Entrerríos (4), Alex Dujshebaev (6 ), Aginagalde (1), Goñi (-), Morros (-), Aleix Gómez (4, 2p), Gideon Guardiola (-) and Dani Dujshebaev (-)Marker every five minutes: 2-3, 5-5, 6-5, 8-6, 10-8 and 11-12 (Rest); 11-15, 13-19, 14-20, 18-21, 21-21 and 22-22 (Final)Referees: Gatelis and Mazeika (LTU). They excluded two minutes to Musa, Duvnjak, Mandic and Brozovic, for Croatia; and Cañellas, Solé (2), Ariño and Morros, for Spain.Incidents: Match corresponding to the fourth and final day of group I of the second phase of the European of Sweden, Austria and Norway played at the Stadthalle in Vienna before about 7,500 spectators. 17:46 – 01/22/2020 | 19:50 – 01/22/20 After a terrible 6-0, Spain managed to draw in the absence of a minuteAfter the victory of Norway, Slovenia will be the rival of those of Ribera
Unlike other of his appearances in the press room, José María Gutiérrez barely made self-criticism after claudicating before Huesca and pointed again to the arbitration collective. “They are things that are hurting us all. The reality in recent games is that the arbitration issue is punishing us a lot. In the first part we have not entered strong, without competing in the first 30 minutes. Then everything has been more complicated, although in the second half the team has reacted. There have been rare decisions of the referee and a clear penalty that he has not reviewed, “says the Madrid player, expelled at the end of the match.” I will talk to him and that’s why he expels me, “he explains.Torrejón de Ardoz also shot at video arbitration. “Tell us why the VAR enters Soria and they take away two points and here they won’t even look at it. It is happening every day with the VAR, not only in First, also in Second. Two weeks before there was a quiet play that was a penalty and today, no. That makes you doubt, “he says, sure of that conspiracy theory spoken of in Almeria land week and week as well.” It was not just the goal of Mikel Rico, the referee knew what field he was in and the objectives of each one, in that sense he has favored Huesca very much, with many strange things, “he continues after the team’s worst encounter since he is in charge. José María Gutiérrez also had words for the hoax of the week, in which a web portal said that the former Real Madrid was in the spotlight of the sheikh after starring in a party with his players. “If someone finds an image of me in a nightclub in Almeria, I submit my resignation and return all the money Almeria has paid me. I have a clear conscience, little more to say. It is a rumor without evidence that has gone viral throughout Spain and has gone everywhere. It is the burden that I have been being Guti and a known person, but life has made me strong and those things are not going to sink me, “he rightly asserts.“It has been difficult days for me and my family. That label of my past returns to peek again. I have a clear conscience, my life is very orderly. I am with my son, I go to work and go home to sleep. No I have time for nothing, “continues the defense of the serious statements Almeria coach, who said he felt calm. “I am calm because the work of the players is being good. Things that whipped us before, now does not whistle us. They are external circumstances that do not allow us to win and the team I think has deserved the draw, “he expires.Your future, in the airAfter fourteen days at the head of the rojiblanco team, the future of José María Gutiérrez is in the air after the latest results and the level shown by Almeria. He has missed eleven of the last twelve points, claudicating on two consecutive occasions at the Stadium of the Mediterranean Games. Since the exhibition in Lugo, Almeria is not being a shadow of what it was, which causes Turki Al-Sheikh, who is not a friend of patience, to be reflecting on his dismissal, which could occur in the next few hours.