Tony Bogan is a 2010 graduate of Shaker Heights High School. He covers high school sports in and around the Cleveland area, and has done part-time college basketball play-by-play for Cuyahoga Community College. Tony Bogan Related Topics The Cleveland Central Catholic Ironmen struggled last season, going 3-7 in the 2016 campaign, but had a tough schedule, with seven of their ten games being either against playoff teams or teams above .500.This year, the Ironmen are looking to get back to the playoffs for the first time since 2013. Head coach John Lundy talked to NEO Sports Insiders about how his team is preparing for the upcoming season.“We just have to stay healthy and be consistent.” said Lundy. “We’re basically looking for our senior leadership to step up this season. We just have to stay healthy and play together. We have eight playoff teams on our schedule, so we have our work cut out for us.”Regular Season Schedule:8/26 Holy Name9/2 at Lake Catholic9/9 Elyria Catholic9/15 at NDCL9/23 University School9/29 at Lutheran East10/6 at St. Thomas Aquinas10/12 at Warren JFK10/21 Trinity10/28 VASJ
BANDO, Ibaraki Pref. – LPGA player Mika Miyazato made five straight birdies on the back nine en route to a 5-under 67 and a five-shot lead after the second round of the Japan Women’s Open on Friday.Looking for her first professional career title, the 20-year-old Miyazato moved to 9-under 135 at Otone Country Club. Miyazato, who shared the first-round lead with Ayako Uehara, had seven birdies, including five in a row from the 12th, against a pair of bogeys.Chie Arimura shot her second consecutive 70 to sit alone in second in the third major tournament of the year.South Korean Choi Na Yeon (69) and Uehara (73) were tied for third at 3 under.World No. 1 and 2005 winner Ai Miyazato followed her opening 72 with a 70, moving up to a tie for fifth with Park Hee Young (66) and Miki Saiki (71) a shot further back. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
MORAGA, Calif. (AP) — Kerry Carter had 21 points, Brad Waldow added 14 points, eight rebounds and five assists, and Saint Mary’s beat Portland 68-51 on Thursday.Saint Mary’s took control with an 18-0 burst, extending a one-point lead to 60-41. Carter hit back-to-back 3-pointers and Waldow capped the run with 8:19 left. The Gaels (20-6, 12-3 West Coast) went 7 for 9 from the field during that stretch and 14 for 22 in the second half.Carter reached 20 points for the first time since he scored 25 in the season-opener. Aaron Bright added 14 points and Jock Landale had all nine of his points in the first half.Thomas van der Mars had 17 points and 10 rebounds for Portland (16-11, 7-8), which lost its ninth straight to the Gaels.Saint Mary’s will retire the jersey of Patty Mills (2007-09) in a halftime ceremony on Saturday when it hosts No. 3 Gonzaga.
The runaway Premier League leaders will visit Ashton Gate on Tuesday, January 23rd 2018 (7.45pm kick-off), in front of the Sky Sports cameras.City will be selling tickets at Gold category (non-member rate) pricing across the stadium.Manchester City will be allocated 2,641 tickets, leaving space for around 1,000 home fans in the Atyeo Stand. These tickets will be sold last.In addition, supporters in the South Stand singing section will be sold seats on a reserved basis for this fixture only, negating the requirement for a 10 per cent reduction in sales in this area.The Family Area will be open for this game.PRICING (fees included)Family Area – Adult – £31, Senior 65+/Under-25 – £29, Under-22 – £26, Under-19 – £16, Under-12 – £10.Atyeo/South Stand: Adult – £33, Senior 65+/Under-25 – £30, Under-22 – £27, Under-19 – £16, Under-12 – £10.Dolman Stand Wings: Adult – £35, Senior 65+/Under-25 – £32, Under-22 – £29, Under-19 – £16, Under-12 – £10.Dolman Stand Central: Adult – £37, Senior 65+/Under-25 – £34, Under-22 – £31, Under-19 – £18, Under-12 – £13.Lansdown Stand Wings: Adult – £39, Senior 65+/Under-25 – £36, Under-22 – £33, Under-19 – £20, Under-12 – £15.Lansdown Stand Central: Adults – £41, Senior 65+/Under-25 – £38, Under-22 – £35, Under-19 – £23, Under-12 – £17.Ticket prices are inclusive of all fees, except for under-12 tickets which are fee-free. Please note, all online print at home and online load to card transactions will not incur the £1 fee per ticket.Disabled and wheelchair-using supporters pay the appropriate age banding and can receive a free carer ticket with the relevant entitlement. Please note, all disabled supporter ticket purchases must be made by phone to Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600 from the beginning of their sales period.SALES PROCEDUREPriority One2017/18 season card holders (PLUS and non-PLUS) 2017/18 half-season card holdersOne ticket per season card holder/half-season card holders.The sales period will run from Wednesday, December 27th at 10am until Monday, January 1st at 10am. Please note, sales on Wednesday, December 27th and Thursday, December 28th will be online only. The Supporter Services phone lines – 0117 963 0600 – will open from 10am on Friday, December 29th.Season card holders and half-season card holders can purchase their own seat, which will be reserved until Monday, January 1st at 10am.Priority TwoMembers who have purchased four or more Bristol City home match tickets (league and cup) in 2017/18. One ticket per member.Members include:Forever Bristol Bristol Rugby 2017/18 season card holders Bristol Flyers 2017/18 season card holders Bristol City Women 2017/18 season card holders Lansdown Club membersThe sales period will run from Monday, January 1st at 10am until Thursday, January 4th at 10am.Please note, sales on Monday, January 1st and Tuesday, January 2nd will be online only. The Supporter Services phone lines – 0117 963 0600 – will open from 10am on Wednesday, January 3rd.Priority ThreeAll remaining members, should any tickets remain. One ticket per member.Members include:Forever Bristol Bristol Rugby 2017/18 season card holders Bristol Flyers 2017/18 season card holders Bristol City Women 2017/18 season card holders Lansdown Club membersThe sales period will run from Thursday, January 4th at 10am until Monday, January 8th.Please note, sales on Thursday, January 4th will be online only. The Supporter Services phone lines – 0117 963 0600 – will open from 10am on Friday, January 5th.Priority FourGeneral sale, should any tickets remain.The sales period will run from Monday, January 8th at 10am online.PARKINGAll areas will be open, with spaces reserved for seasonal parking permit holders until Monday, January 1st at 10am. To book parking, please call 0117 963 0600.Winterstoke Road – £15 Wickes/Midas – £12 Pattersons/Ashton Park School/Avonline – £10HOSPITALITYPackages will be available in the Lansdown Restaurant and Heineken Lounge. Full details will be announced in due course.AWAY LEGThe first leg will be played at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday, January 9th 2018 (7.45pm kick-off), also live on Sky Sports.The club has been allocated 7,600 tickets. Full details about pricing and the sales procedure will be announced shortly.
Two goals in three minutes from Jon Toral put Brentford in command at half-time – and they were further boosted when the visitors went down to 10 men just before the break.Brentford looked lively from the start, with Andre Gray prominent, and it took them just 16 minutes to break through.The goal was created by Jonathan Douglas, who slid the ball across for Toral who finished clinically.AdChoices广告And the Bees doubled their lead almost immediately, with Toral nodding home at the back post.Struggling Blackpool, who had to make two changes in the first half, did come close to reducing the arrears through Joe Rothwell.But their task was made that bit harder in the closing minutes as Charles Dunne was sent off for a late challenge on Jota.Brentford (4-3-2-1): Button; Odubajo, Dean, Tarkowski, Dallas; Douglas, Diagouraga; Jota, Pritchard, Toral; GraySubs: Bonham, Craig, Saunders, McCormack, Smith, Yennaris, Long.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
The 26 year old was linked with a return to Serie A in the last transfer window, and the one before that, but a move never materialised.TMW claim Sampdoria are ‘pressing’ for the player.It’s reported the Serie A side are looking for a loan deal with a right of redemption for the Italy international, but the stumbling block could be the player’s wages.Gabbiadini currently earns €2m with the Saints which TMW say could be an issue for Sampdoria.This is the same old story repeatedly weekly in the Italian media, with different clubs brought in and out of the situation.Embed from Getty ImagesAgain this season Gabbiadini has struggled to get games under Mark Hughes but he gave the Southampton boss a remainder of his ability last week with the opening goal against Watford.During the last window there claims Bologna and Lazio wanted to sign him, but the striker preferred to remain in the Premier League.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is a Must-Have. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoPerfect-Dating.comReveal Tung Chung As The Best City to Date for Love & RomancePerfect-Dating.comUndoDating.comTop Successful Single Men in Tung ChungDating.comUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystWill Blockchain Reduce the Global Trade Finance Gap to Reach the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals?StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndo According to a claim in the Italian media, Sampdoria are showing an interest in Southampton forward Manolo Gabbiadini.
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Source: Motorsport – thesun.co.uk Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. F1 is back for a second week running for the Styrian Grand Prix and fans will be hoping for another cracker after the drama in Austria.Valtteri Bottas took the chequered flag after starting on pole but Lewis Hamilton finished fourth after picking up a five-point penalty for a collision with Carlos Sainz.F1 Styrian Grand Prix LIVE: Follow all the latest news from the Red Bull RingLewis Hamilton will look to recover from being hit with a penalty at last week’s Austrian Grand PrixCredit: AFP or licensorsHamilton has since claimed pole for this race in a rain-affected qualifying session and will hoping to notch his first podium of the season. What time does the F1 Styrian Grand Prix start?After two days of practice and qualifying, we’ve reached race day.The Styrian GP will be held on Sunday, July 11.Drivers will take to the grid and see the green light at 2.10pm BST.All the action will take place at the Red Bull Ring – the same venue as last week’s Austrian Grand Prix.What TV channel is the F1 Styrian Grand Prix on and can I live stream it?The full F1 Styrian Grand Prix race weekend is live on Sky Sports F1.Coverage of the race begins at 12.30pm.To stream the race live, head to your Sky Go account.While non-Sky Sports subscribers can watch all the action by purchasing a Now TV Day Pass from £9.99.F1 Styrian Grand Prix full scheduleFridayPractice One – 10amPractice Two – 2pmSaturdayPractice Three – 11amQualifying – 2pmSundayRace – 2.10pm People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! Omg this is awesome 🙂 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!!
Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Cindy Ord/Getty Images for SHOWTIME(NEW YORK) — Both The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and The Late Late Show with James Corden were off last week when Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on Valentine’s Day. Both hosts took time to address the shootings Tuesday night during their first shows back since then.Stephen Colbert solemnly addressed his audience by saying that he was “sickened and heartbroken” by the massacre, and the inaction of GOP leaders on gun control. He singled out Marco Rubio, comparing the Florida Republican senator to a house plant. Rubio, who’s largely against gun control, had said, “if someone has decided ‘I’m going to commit this crime’ they’re going to find a way to do it.” To which Colbert questioned, “If laws are useless, then why do we need you? It seems like a houseplant would do a better job, and need a little less water.”Colbert also called the students of Parkland “inspiring,” declaring “The adults aren’t cutting it anymore,” and suggesting that the U.S. change the voting laws to prohibit anyone over the age of 18 from filling out a ballot until something is done about guns.James Corden began his comments by addressing critics who suggested that foreign-born talk show hosts shouldn’t comment on mass shootings in America, pointing out that he has children who are American and they attend school in America. Like Colbert, he also suggested that people listen to the kids in this country, the survivors and kids who don’t want to fear for their lives while they’re at school. Corden ended by noting the student-organized and led March for our Lives gun protest rally that will take place on March 24 in Washington, D.C.The Late Show with Stephen Colbert airs weeknights at 11:30 on CBS, followed by The Late Late Show with James Corden.
Related All a Twitter about Jimmer Cougars beat Aztecs, 71-58 Fredette trending on Twitter SDSU, you just got Jimmered Marriott Center a House of Blues Jimmer, brother profiled in SI PROVO — Midway through the second half, with BYU leading by one, the shot clock was getting perilously close to zero, Jimmer Fredette had the ball at the top of the key and San Diego State’s D.J. Gay was draped all over him.Fredette had little choice but to raise up and try a shot. With Gay’s hand in his face, Fredette readjusted the ball, sort of double-clutched in mid-air and watched as his 3-point try hit nothing but net.”I was feeling good at the point and I kind of had that rocker step and he did a good job of guarding me,” Fredette said. “But I was able to get the shot off and fortunately it went in. It was probably more luck than anything.”Luck or not, it was probably the turning point of the biggest game in Mountain West Conference history. Instead of SDSU ball down by one, the Cougars suddenly led by four and the Aztecs never got closer than four the rest of the way as BYU gradually extended its lead.Fredette scored 43 points on the night with his usual array of shots and couldn’t have done it under better circumstances with the eyes of the college basketball world focused on two Top Ten teams.”He is as good of a player as I’ve ever coached against,” said a shell-shocked San Diego State coach Steve Fisher. “That is a really good team led by a great player in Fredette.”Fredette certainly won the battle of the MWC’s two best players, who both may be all-Americans and playing in the NBA next year.The Aztecs’ sophomore forward Kawhi Leonard finished with 22 points and 15 rebounds, but only made 8 of 20 from the field and finished with six turnovers on the night.”Jimmer is a great player and they had a great supporting cast and great fans,” Leonard said. “They’re just a great team overall.””He’s got a lot of ways he can score and he showed us tonight,” said SDSU backup guard James Rahon. “He’s just a great player.”Fredette, who came in with a nation-leading 26.7 average, finished with his top scoring game in the Marriott Center, where a couple dozen media folks from around the country were on hand. He left with a 27.5 average and widened his lead as the nation’s leading scorer.Fredette started a bit slow after getting BYU’s first basket on a layup two minutes into the game. With SDSU concentrating on Fredette and Jackson Emery, Brandon Davies took over and scored eight early points.After making a guarded 3-pointer over Gay at the 12:10 mark, Fredette decided to take matters into his own hands as he scored 15-straight points the rest of the half.He scored on a drive up the left side, then knocked down a 12-footer from the right baseline. With 4:29 left, he hit a 3-pointer from the right angle with Gay right in his face.Next came a crossover dribble that left Billy White in one place and his shorts in another, followed by a pull-up jumper from 10 feet on the left side. He finally went to the foul line for BYU’s first free throw of the half, with 1:50 left, but the 90 percent free throw shooter made just one of two.Fredette put the Cougars up 30-26 with another crossover dribble drive on the left side that resulted in a layup, but came up short on a 60-footer at the end of the half.The Fredette Show continued in the second half as he scored nine of BYU’s first 12 points to stake the Cougars a 42-38 lead with 15:47 remaining.He posted up inside for an easy basket, hit a pair of free thows, sank a 3-pointer from the right angle and then made a 10-foot runner in the lane.It was 47-46 when he made his rocker-step, double-clutch, in-your-face 3-pointer from out front that gave BYU the needed momentum for its 20th victory in 21 games.”He is just sensational,” said Fisher, whose team gets another chance to see Fredette Feb. 26 in San Diego.e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org BYU: Good team with special player