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[Video: Todd Kushnir] Everyone Orchestra is a well-loved staple of the jam scene, bringing together unique collections of diverse artists each show. Led by the orchestra’s conductor, Matt Butler, each show sees Butler corraling the various musicians on the bill, ensuring a night of fully improvised music.On July 7th, Everyone Orchestra will host a particularly special night of music at the iconic San Rafael, California venue, Terrapin Crossroads. With Everyone Orchestra returning to the hallowed room, the upcoming July 7th show will feature the Grateful Dead bassist and Terrapin Crossroads founder, Phil Lesh, in addition to Ivan Neville of Dumpstaphunk, John Kadlecik of Dark Star Orchestra, and Phil Lesh’s son and Terrapin Family Band guitarist Grahame Lesh. A press release about the upcoming show noted that more musicians will be announced in the coming weeks before the performance.Tickets for the show are currently on sale. For more information or ticketing, head to Terrapin Crossroads’ website here. You can also check out a video of Everyone Orchestra’s recent stop at Terrapin Crossroads in December of 2017, when Matt Butler brought together Phil and Grahame Lesh, plus Al Schnier, Holly Bowling, Jennifer Hartswick, Natalie Cressman, Ross James, Vinnie Amico, and Connor O’Sullivan.Everyone Orchestra – “Everyone Loves Terrapin” – Terrapin Crossroads – San Rafael, CA – 12/01/2017
For the first time in five years the Hoopa boys basketball team is the outright champion of the Little 4 Conference. The Warriors locked up the Little 4 crown on Monday with a dramatic 69-59 comeback win on the road in Miranda against South Fork.“It’s a huge accomplishment for us,” Hoopa head coach Tyler Mitchell said. “The boys put in a lot of hard work and effort to earn this, but we’re not done, we want to win out and finish league 6-0.”Through three quarters on Monday things appeared to …
Bryan Ruiz celebrates aftr scoring the opening goal for Costa Rica Ten-man Costa Rica beat Greece in a penalty shootout Sunday to reach the World Cup quarterfinals for the first time. Michael Umana scored the decisive penalty as Costa Rica won the shootout 5-3 after the game ended 1-1 following extra time.Theofanis Gekas saw his penalty saved by Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas for the only miss in the shootout.Costa Rica had taken the lead early in the second half of regulation time through captain Bryan Ruiz but then had defender Oscar Duarte sent off in the 66th minute.Greece equalized in injury time of regulation time when Sokratis Papastathopoulos smashed in a rebound and finally made the team’s numerical advantage pay.Costa Rica will play the Netherlands in the quarterfinals.Team Line-ups(from):Costa Rica: Keylor Navas; Cristian Gamboa (Johnny Acosta, 77th), Oscar Duarte, Giancarlo Gonzalez, Michael Umana, Junior Diaz; Celso Borges, Yeltsin Tejeda (Jose Cubero, 66th), Christian Bolanos (Randall Brenes, 83rd); Bryan Ruiz, Joel CampbellGreece: Orestis Karnezis; Vasileios Torosidis, Konstantinos Manolas, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Jose Cholevas; Ioannis Maniatis (Konstantinos Katsouranis, 78th), Georgios Karagounis, Andreas Samaris (Konstantinos Mitroglou, 58th), Lazaros Christodoulopoulos; Dimitrios Salpingidis (Theofanis Gekas, 69th), Georgios Samaras
More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS Welcome to the latest episode of Hot Takedown, our podcast where the hot sports takes of the week meet the numbers that prove them right or tear them down. On this week’s show (Jan. 19, 2016), ESPN writer Bill Barnwell joins us as we look at whether Aaron Rodgers and the Packers were cheated out of their NFL playoff game by the flip of a coin. We ask FiveThirtyEight writer Ben Lindbergh whether sabermetrics is making baseball coaches smarter. And we explore the brilliance of Australian college basketball player Ben Simmons. Plus, a Significant Digit on 17-year-old soccer star Mallory Pugh.Stream the episode by clicking the play button, or subscribe using one of the podcast clients we’ve linked to above. Links to what we discussed are here:Bill Barnwell on Packers coach Mike McCarthy’s hyper-conservative decision not to go for 2 points.An academic study on gaming the coin flip.Ben Lindbergh on how sabermetrics is making baseball coaches better.Significant Digit: 17. That’s the age of Mallory Pugh, the youngest woman ever to gain a professional soccer contract in the U.S.So, how good is Ben Simmons? Hot Takedown If you’re a fan of our podcasts, be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts and leave a rating/review. That helps spread the word to other listeners. And get in touch by email, on Twitter or in the comments. Tell us what you think, send us hot takes to discuss and tell us why we’re wrong.
Ohio State freshman running back Bri’onte Dunn was allegedly cited for drug paraphernalia possession and a seat belt violation over the weekend in Alliance, Ohio, according The Repository in Canton. The report said Dunn and a second passenger were pulled over by the Alliance Police Department for not wearing a seat belt. During the stop, according to The Repository, a marijuana pipe was found in the car. OSU athletics spokesman Jerry Emig said he was unable to confirm or comment on Dunn’s alleged incident. Alliance Police department officials did not immediately respond to The Lantern‘s request for confirmation or comment regarding the freshman running back. ESPN radio affiliate WKNR Cleveland originally reported that Dunn was arrested. According to The Repository, however, Dunn was neither arrested nor taken to jail. WKNR Cleveland did not immediately respond to The Lantern‘s request for comment. Dunn ran for 5,479 rushing yards in his high school career. Dunn spent his freshman and sophomore seasons at Alliance High School in Alliance, Ohio, before playing his final two years at GlenOak High School outside of Canton. At GlenOak, Dunn was honored as a first-team Division I Ohio All-State selection as a junior and senior. Dunn, who enrolled early at OSU, ran for 21 yards in the Buckeyes’ annual Spring Game on April 21.
Senior outside hitter Kaitlyn Leary (11) serves the ball during a match against Michigan Sept. 27 at St. John Arena. OSU won, 3-1.Credit: Mark Batke / Lantern photographerA change in mindset might alter the fortunes of the Ohio State women’s volleyball team this weekend.After dropping eight straight Big Ten matches, junior defensive specialist Alyssa Winner said the Buckeyes have a new focus point going into their next match.“This new thing we want to do is (win) five points at a time, so five sets of five in each game,” she said.Freshman middle blocker Taylor Sandbothe said the new outlook can help keep the team from looking too far ahead.“Kind of keeping the game in sight, not thinking about 25 (the number of points needed to win a set) automatically,” she said. “Thinking about first to five, first to 10 (instead).”OSU is scheduled to embrace this new philosophy as the team returns to St. John Arena this weekend to host Indiana at 7 p.m. Friday before welcoming No. 14 Purdue at the same time Saturday.The Hoosiers are one of only two Big Ten teams OSU has bested this season, along with Michigan, and also represent the Buckeyes’ most recent Big Ten victory.Since beating Indiana in five sets Oct. 5 in Bloomington, Ind., OSU has not won a match. Most recently, the Buckeyes lost to then-No. 14 Michigan State Nov. 1, before dropping a 3-2 decision at No. 17 Michigan Nov. 2.Senior outside hitter Kaitlyn Leary, who tallied a career-high 31 kills against the Wolverines, said there are still positives to take from the loss.“There’s a lot we can take from that game, I think we played really well,” she said. “We battled the whole game.”Leary said the team is getting close to a breakthrough.“Our team played well, so we’re getting closer to that win that we need,” she said. “(We’ll) just work really hard this week to get that ‘W’ this weekend.”Junior setter Taylor Sherwin agreed there can be positives taken from the losses in Michigan, but added there is room for growth going forward.“We just keep growing as a team and keep staying together and fighting on the court with each other,” she said.Winner said she is excited to be back on the Buckeyes’ home court, especially coming off another road trip.“It’ll feel really good, since we were away last weekend and we need to get a win,” she said. “Having our fans behind us will be great. It’ll be nice to be back here and not have to travel.”While the team will have the home support for its matches against Indiana and Purdue, the homestand will be short-lived. The Buckeyes are scheduled to hit the road again next weekend for matches against No. 9 Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 15 and No. 16 Wisconsin in Madison, Wis., Nov. 17.
The OSU baseball team practiced at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on March 3. before its road trip to Bowling Green, Ky. to take on Western Kentucky.Credit: Lexus Robinson / Lantern reporterFive games might not seem like a lot during a baseball season, but when a team suffers four losses with just one win, it can feel like a heavy load.After going 1-4 in its past five games, the Ohio State’s baseball team is back in Columbus, practicing indoors at Woody Hayes Athletic Center because of cold temperatures.The Buckeyes (5-4) had previously lost two games to Florida Atlantic during their visit to Florida from Feb. 20-22, and then lost two more game on Saturday, before finally pulling out a win against the University of Alabama-Birmingham on Sunday. OSU is now set to take on Western Kentucky on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Bowling Green, Ky.Coach Greg Beals said the team realizes how important the weekend is before the Buckeyes are set to host their first home series.“This will be our third road series. We played two tough ones against very good opponents,” Beals said. “I think it’s important before we go into conference play that we can go on the road and prove that we can win a series on the road.”Beals said he is confident in the team and isn’t changing the practice routine much this week, even after the Buckeyes’ 1-4 stretch. “We just try to really emphasize fundamentals,” he said. “The pitching and the hitting are the big things. The guys are going to work on that on their own. From a coach standpoint, I try to put together a practice schedule that’s going to make sure that we are touching on the little things as well.”The Buckeyes are confident that it’s not their game they need to change in order to earn more wins, senior infielder Nick Sergakis said. “It’s not really what we have to do differently, it’s what we have to improve on and it’s just our mindset,” Sergakis said. “We’ve got to keep believing that we are the same team that we went into the season as.“We have the talent, it’s just a matter of when it shows.”First pitch in Bowling Green is scheduled for 4 p.m. on Friday, 3 p.m. on Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday.
Redshirt-senior quarterback Braxton Miller doesn’t have a date set for his return from a second shoulder surgery.Credit: Tim Moody / Lantern sports editorWith two out of three quarterbacks in an open competition limited by injury, Ohio State’s spring practice plan has stayed the same day to day.Coach Urban Meyer said the Buckeyes want to keep redshirt-senior Braxton Miller moving toward full health, get redshirt-sophomore J.T. Barrett as much practice time possible and keep redshirt-junior Cardale Jones’ foot on the pedal.“Hoping to get J.T. Barrett a million reps, probably more than I thought we’d get him,” Meyer said during a Monday press conference. “Cardale didn’t have a particularly great day today, but he’s had a good spring and we’re getting him as much reps as we can. And Braxton’s getting healthy, and he’s getting a lot of mental reps.”Each of the three has a chance to start when the Buckeyes open the 2015 season against Virginia Tech on Sept. 7, depending on their health.Miller is in the process of recovering from his second labrum surgery after injuring his throwing shoulder, which held him out for the whole 2014 season. Barrett is coming off a fractured ankle suffered in late November against Michigan, and Jones is healthy, but only has three collegiate starts under his belt.Jones has gotten the most reps in the spring, and Meyer said he and redshirt-freshman Stephen Collier will be the two Buckeye signal callers playing in Saturday’s annual Spring Game at Ohio Stadium.Barrett has been less limited than expected, Meyer said, and has even had a chance to compete in two-minute situations in practice. The fourth-year OSU coach said the Wichita Falls, Texas, native has been more of an active participant because the team as a group knows how to avoid causing injuries in practice.“There’s winner-loser days where you are gonna do whatever you got to do, but then there’s a day to pull up right before something stupid happens,” Meyer said. “We monitor that real close.“If you re-injure it, he’s done for the year.”Left: Redshirt-freshman quarterback J.T. Barrett addresses the media Dec. 3 at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. Barrett had surgery for a fractured ankle on Nov. 30, and has been ruled out for the rest of the season.Credit: Tim Moody / Sports editorRight: Redshirt-sophomore quarterback Cardale Jones (12) carries the ball during a game against Michigan on Nov. 29 at Ohio Stadium. OSU won, 42-28.Credit: Mark Batke / Photo editorBarrett has more starting experience than Jones, but only got his shot when Miller — who has been OSU’s starter for the better part of three seasons — was injured during fall camp.Meyer said he doesn’t yet have a date for when Miller will be fully available again, but said the former Wayne High School signal caller has been evaluated by Dr. James Andrews, a surgeon who regularly operates on high-level athletes, multiple times. Meyer added that — even ahead of medical personnel — he trusts Miller’s take on his own status first and foremost.“I’ve known Braxton for a long time and almost every day, ‘How’s it going, talk to me,’” Meyer said. “And he says it’s going very well.”With three quarterbacks in three different stages of availability, Meyer said there’s no set plan for when the Buckeyes take on the Hokies in Blacksburg, Va., in less than five months.“I don’t know who our quarterback is going to be,” he said.
England sensation Jadon Sancho, was one of the biggest attractions in Borussia Dortmund’s 2-0 victory against Freiburg this Saturday.Maybe you still had doubts about this amazing player whom everybody is talking about, Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho is the Bundesliga’s best player at the moment and the most exciting young talent in the world alongside Kylian Mbappé.There is no escaping Sancho’s unique talents, us at Ronaldo.com, have been following his footsteps pretty much from the moment he started playing for the German club and we haven’t been able to look away ever since.When it’s not a great goal or an assist, the lad amazes all of us with an insane set of skills that get applause from the fans at Signal Iduna Park.England really does have the best talent since Wayne Rooney appeared as a youngster, Harry Kane doesn’t count in this equation because the Tottenham Hotspur’s player is a late bloomer and Sancho is already on that level while still a teenager.The man was the biggest headache for Freiburg’s defense this Saturday, he was taken down inside the box as he completed another one of his already famous dribbles and the awarded penalty was transformed into a goal by Marco Reus.Jadon Sancho 🔝 pic.twitter.com/jNA1uVn3mI— Hassan khalife (@khalifehassan) December 1, 2018After the break with Borussia Dortmund clearly dominating the match, we were still in for a treat that came straight from Jadon Sancho’s feet.The English lad took a ball behind midfield and charged against three defenders, he pulled off a set of skill that was very reminiscent of Zinedine Zidane.The characteristic ‘roulette’ was performed twice in the same moment by the winger, that was more than enough for him to get away with it and keep going on the attack after getting past three opponents.Sancho was the player who orchestrated the second goal that Spaniard Paco Alcacer completed, Jadon is having the time of his life in the Bundesliga and it pretty much seems like a one-sided competition with Bayern München trailing with 9 points behind the club that is filled with young talents just like Sancho.The Manchester City product is actually at the top of the assist table with 6 interventions that have ended in goals from his teammates, he shares the top spot with Haller and Neuhaus but there is no question that he is the top player in the competition right now.Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.👋 Guten Morgen, Borussen! pic.twitter.com/KmR0Tc7qjb— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) December 2, 2018If he keeps it up like this, there is no telling what Jadon Sancho will be able to do throughout his career but we can already tell that he is in for a wild ride.The transition that Sancho has gone through is truly unheard of for a teenager in the Bundesliga, as he started the season on the bench and he managed to convince the manager that he was a key part of the club’s success.In 13 matches he’s played for Dortmund so far, Sancho has already started in seven of them after coming in from the bench during the first six.The constant development this player has gone through in the last six months has also been helpful in his career as an international, Gareth Southgate was quick to realize what a talented player they have and he called the lad for the very last international break of 2018.Although he may have not participated too much in both matches they played, the youngster made his minutes count and left a very positive impression on the technical staff.We can certainly expect Sancho to become a regular in all the England lineups from 2019 going forward.Well done boys! Nice win for the weekend. Thank you to our fans for keeping us going! 🤩 Unbeaten run continues! @BVB #JS7 pic.twitter.com/PO6gG7ziow— Jadon Sancho (@Sanchooo10) December 1, 2018How far can Jadon Sancho take Borussia Dortmund this season in all competitions? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.