Stow topples Barberton, 57-35

first_imgBy Eli DobbenBARBERTON, OHIO– The Stow-Munroe Falls Bulldogs topped the Barberton Magics on Tuesday night in a dominating win, 57-35.The Bulldogs had two players score more than 20 points in their road victory. The first player was Cryon Rice with 22 points. Rice went 5-of-8 from the charity stripe for Stow. Evan Bainbridge was the second Bulldog leading scorer. He ended the game with 20 points.Stow took control in the first half and had a 29-10 lead at the break, clearly outmatching Barberton offensively and on the glass. The Magics, however, would be unable to make any real adjustments in the second half.The top scorer for the Magics was Zane Ries with 9 points. Jordan Greynolds and Jordan Soyars also each finished the night with five points for Barberton. NEO HS Staff Related TopicsBarberton MagicsStow Bulldogslast_img read more

CLE Clothing Co. Will Provide Cleveland SC Fan Merchandise

first_img Vince McKee Related TopicsCleveland SC CLEVELAND, Ohio— Cleveland Soccer Club has announced a collaboration with CLE Clothing Company to provide original Cleveland SC fan merchandise at its stores across the city.Per the agreement, CLE Clothing Co. becomes the official retailer of Cleveland SC fan merchandise, providing items such as hats, t-shirts, scarves and polos. CLE Clothing Co. also plans to offer replica jerseys for sale at its Downtown, University Circle and Crocker Park locations.CLE Clothing Co. has also been working closely with Cleveland SC developing the club’s official crest and brand identity.“We are proud to be partnering with a company that knows Clevelanders as well as anyone,” said Sam Seibert, President of Cleveland SC. “CLE Clothing Co. has been a staple in providing Clevelanders with clothing that promotes our city, and now we will be able to promote our soccer club in the same way.”“We’re proud to partner and create the identity of Cleveland SC. The Guardians are icons of our city and we look forward to Cleveland SC becoming an icon in this city and it’s great love for sport!” said CLE Clothing Co. Owner Mike Kubinski.CLE Clothing Co. is owned and operated by Mike and Laura Kubinski, who reside and work in within Cleveland. CLE Clothing Company was named “Best T-Shirt Company” by Cleveland Magazine and “Downtown Small Business of the Year” by the Downtown Cleveland Residents Association in 2017.Cleveland SC kicks off their inaugural NPSL season May 19 against the Rochester Lancers at John Carroll University’s Don Shula Stadium. For all updates and announcements leading up to the home opener, stay tuned to and follow our social media @SoccerCLE.last_img read more

Report: Cavs, Larry Nance Jr. Interested In Contract Extension; Cleveland Also Nearing Decision-Time On Rodney Hood’s Qualifying Offer

first_img Related TopicsLarry Nance Jr.Rodney Hood Eli Mooneyham The Cleveland Cavaliers and forward Larry Nance Jr. have interest in extending their time together with a contract extension,’s Joe Vardon reported on Tuesday. Nance Jr. was acquired by Cleveland at the NBA Trade Deadline from the Lakers.Nance Jr. was an explosive big man for the Cavs, providing a spark off the bench. He averaged 8.9 points and 7.0 rebounds in 24 games with Cleveland. He also swiped 1.2 steals per game.While facing fluctuating playing time, the 25-year old made the most of his minutes on the court during the playoffs. Nance Jr. posted 4.8 points and 4.5 rebounds in just over 15 minutes a game in the postseason.The hometown kid can receive a four-year extension to ensure he’s in town past his rookie contract. Nance Jr. is due $2.3 million next season and Cleveland could allow him to become a restricted free agent after the 2019 season. But according to Vardon’s report, both sides have “a ton” of interest in working on a contract extension, which can start conversations on July 1st.Also in the works could be Cleveland bringing back Rodney Hood. Cleveland must make a qualifying offer of $3.4 million by June 29th or Hood will become an unrestricted free agent. If the Cavs offer Hood that initial deal, the team can match any other team’s offer during the free agency period.center_img Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling.last_img read more

A grandmother’s mission is accomplished; a grateful young athlete says goodbye

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Patient Rohit century gives India winning start to World Cup

first_imgSOUTHAMPTON, England,  (Reuters) – Opener Rohit Sharma scored a composed unbeaten century as India got their Cricket World Cup campaign off to a solid start with a six-wicket victory over a sloppy South African side at a vibrant Rose Bowl  yesterday. After winning the toss and electing to bat, South Africa posted a below-par 227 for nine in their 50 overs as wily wrist-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal returned figures of 4-51 following a superb opening burst from seamer Jasprit Bumrah (2-35).India were cautious in their reply and the game was in the balance when Virat Kohli (18) was brilliantly caught by wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock with the score on 54 for two in the 16th over.But Rohit (122 not out from 144 balls) punished the South African bowlers after being dropped on one and scored his 23rd ODI century. He attacked South Africa’s leg-spinners Imran Tahir and Tabraiz Shamsi as India reached 230 for four from 47.3 overs, condemning the ailing Proteas to a third successive loss to leave their World Cup hopes in disarray.“There was something in it for the bowlers throughout and I could not play my natural game,” Sharma said at the post-match presentation.“I had to play close to my body and try and leave as many balls as possible. It was a small target, but we had to build partnerships as there was always something in it for the bowlers. “I had to play out the overs to make sure the job got done.”Rohit rode some early luck when he was dropped from a difficult chance by Faf du Plessis off the bowling of the unfortunate Kagiso Rabada (2-39).South Africa created opportunities in the field, but as has been the case throughout the World Cup so far, were uncharacteristically sloppy. India were able to milk singles through the middle part of the innings, which held the run-rate steady and kept them on course for victory with few alarms.“It was important to start on the right note,” India captain Kohli said. “If you look at how the pitch played, it was challenging, so hats off to Rohit. It was a special innings.”Chahal had earlier restricted South Africa’s total with four wickets, continuing his excellent form against the Proteas in recent years. Seamer Bumrah found prodigious movement in both directions to remove openers Hashim Amla (6) and Quinton de Kock (10) inside the first six overs.Du Plessis (38) and Rassie van der Dussen (22) put on a patient 54 in 80 balls in a bid to rebuild the innings, but after the latter was bowled trying a reverse-sweep off Chahal, wickets fell at regular intervals.Chris Morris (42) and Rabada (31 not out) put on 66 for the eighth wicket to ensure the side posted a score that at least gave them a chance.“I thought India were magnificent on a tough pitch. They have spinners through the middle who always get wickets,” South Africa captain Du Plessis said. “Rohit did what we didn’t do, he got a hundred and saw his team through.“It is a changing room that is hurting. We are trying to make sure we are still fighting, but we keep making mistakeslast_img read more

Fandom launches weekly Teamfight Tactics tournament

first_imgEntertainment platform Fandom has announced a weekly Teamfight Tactics tournament in partnership with Riot Games and State Farm.Fandom Legends: Teamfight Tactics will get underway on December 1st and will run for four weeks.Logo credit: FandomRELATED: Riot Games and 4Entertainment to launch Belgian and Dutch leaguesEach week, 16 competitors will battle for a prize pool of $2,000 (£1,500). Additionally, all participants will have a chance to qualify for the State Farm Championship Finals. The final will take place on December 21st and offer a $5,000 (£4,000) prize pool.Sean Kiely, Head of Gaming and Esports Sales at Fandom discussed the event in a release: “We look forward to growing our existing relationship with Riot Games in order to provide the Teamfight Tactics community with weekly tournaments. In addition to hosting known top players, we are opening a path for new and upcoming talent to make a name for themselves online. We are particularly excited to welcome trusted brand State Farm as a partner and supporter of the Teamfight Tactics community.”RELATED: State Farm expands League of Legends esports involvementFandom Legends: Teamfight Tactics will broadcast live on Twitch from the Fandom Studios in Culver City, Los Angeles each week on December 1st, 5th, 12th, and 19th. With the December 21st final also streamed on Twitch.State Farm and Riot Games aren’t strangers to one another. The pair worked together on the LCS and before expanding the partnership to include international events through 2021.Esports Insider says: Amateur events are crucial for esports to develop healthy scenes, especially when it’s a newer title such as Teamfight Tactics; tournaments such as this might even help uncover a hidden star or the next streaming icon. We’ve not seen a great deal of TFT as a competitive title outside of Twitch Rivals so it’s great to see the game continue to get outside exposure. Follow ESI on Instagramlast_img read more

Rose McGowan delivers emotional address at Women’s Convention

first_imgGetty Images/Aaron Thornton(LOS ANGELES) — Friday, Rose McGowan made her first public remarks since she became one of the dozens of women accusing now-disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct.“I have been silenced for 20 years,” McGowan said. “I have been slut-shamed. I have been harassed.”McGowan delivered the opening speech on Friday morning at the Women’s Convention, arranged by organizers of the Women’s March.“What happened to me behind the scenes happens to all of us in this society,” McGowan said. “That cannot stand and will not stand … We are free. We are strong. We are one massive collective voice.”The Charmed actress was among the women cited in an initial New York Times report earlier this month as having settled harassment claims against Weinstein. McGowan didn’t comment for the article.Since that time, McGowan has used Twitter to support other accusers and to seemingly accuse Weinstein of raping her.McGowan did not name Weinstein in her talk Friday, but alluded to “the monster” who is dominating headlines.McGowan told the crowd, “I came to be a voice for all who have been told we are nothing.”“No more will we be shunted to the side, no more will we be hurt,” McGowan said. “It’s time to be brave in the face of unspeakable actions.”Calling Hollywood a male-dominated environment, she said, “It’s time to clean house.”Through representatives, Weinstein repeatedly has denied allegations of rape, a spokesperson saying again Tuesday in a statement to ABC News, “Any allegations of nonconsensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein.”The board of the Weinstein Co. terminated the producer, and he later tendered his resignation from the board. He was also expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and the Producers Guild of America has voted to begin proceedings to oust him.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more

New England Patriots lend team plane to take Parkland students, families to Washington for March for Our Lives rally

first_imgMario Tama/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — The New England Patriots loaned its team plane to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students and their families traveling to Washington, D.C., for the March For Our Lives rally.Patriots owner Robert Kraft reached out to the school to offer the use of the private plane for the cause, parent Meredith Barry told ABC News.Barry took the luxury flight to D.C. on Thursday from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport alongside her 16-year-old daughter, Isabela Barry, a junior at the school who hid in a closet during the Feb. 14 shooting. Isabela’s best friend, 17-year-old Helena Ramsay, was one of the 17 people who died that day.Everything about the flight was “amazing,” Barry said, down to the hospitality of the flight crew, who provided “lots of hugs” and “lots of love on that plane yesterday.”Each seat was like “first class” had a gift and a letter from Kraft in it, Barry said. Food and drinks were served, and a Patriots senior operations manager aboard the flight passed around the team’s Super Bowl LI championship ring for everyone to see, Barry said.In the letter, Kraft expressed his support for the families on behalf of the Patriots organization.“In the wake of incredible tragedy, we have hurt for you, mourned with you and been inspired by you,” the letter read. “It is an honor for us to now partner with you as you push for progress.”Most of the families of victims who were killed or injured were on the flight, Barry said. While being there was “surreal,” Barry described the experience as a “giant family yesterday on that plane.”“There’s definitely a lot of emotions,” Barry said. “It’s very overwhelming, but you can tell there’s a common goal with everyone here and what we’re trying to do.”The MSD students who survived the shooting are still “scared,” especially at the onset of venturing into a large crowd, Barry said.But “they know is this something they have to do, because they need to be heard,” she said.Roberta Weber, whose 16-year-old daughter, Melanie Weber, and 14-year-old son, Jake Weber, attend MSD, said the students are “passionate about this cause.”“We will not rest until something is done,” she said. “It cannot go on the way it is now.”Weber and Melanie took the “wonderful” flight up to D.C. together, where “everybody was so sweet and so kind,” she said.While the perks did lift their spirits, they were also a staunch reminder as to why they were traveling to the march in the first place.“It cheers us up a little, but it’s also with a heavy heart,” Weber said. “We would not have any of this if [the shooting] had not happened.”Barry and Weber’s daughters are traveling on behalf of the newly minted Shine MSD, an organization started by the school’s drama club that aims to provide healing in the community through the arts and help students find a voice through music. Two students wrote a song called “Shine,” which will be performed during the march.“They’re trying to find a way to speak,” Barry said. “It’s hard to talk. They kind of break down a lot. They’re trying to find ways to heal, but in a positive way.”Weber’s son, Jake, lost a good friend in the shooting and decided to not attend the march, she said, adding that her children have been dealing with the tragedy in different ways. While Melanie has found her activist voice — even traveling to Tallahassee with other students to demonstrate for gun safety — Jake has been more reclusive with his emotions.On Sunday, when the activists leave D.C., the Patriots team plane will also be used for their return flight home.“What the Patriots did and the way they treated everybody was unbelievable,” Barry said.True to her Floridian roots, Barry typically roots for the Miami Dolphins, she said. But, another team in the NFL’s AFC East may have just wiggled their way into her heart.“If I could hug every Patriot right now, I would,” she said.The Patriots did not respond to ABC News’ request for comment.Thousands of demonstrators are expected to attend the March for Our Lives rally, organized by the MSD students in the wake of the shooting that targeted their classmates and teachers.Students are using the slogan “Never Again” and calling on lawmakers to make schools safer and enact tougher gun laws.The march will start at noon ET in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more

Utah Utes basketball notebook: Road trip features familiar faces for Larry Krystkowiak

first_imgSALT LAKE CITY — If it wasn’t for a couple of basketball games, Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak might be spending some time catching up with some old friends this weekend in the Bay Area.The Utes will play Stanford Thursday night and California Saturday night, in what is likely the toughest road trip in the Pac-12 this season for Utah and other teams.The two opposing coaches for the Ute games are good friends of Krystkowiak’s — Johnny Dawkins at Stanford and Mike Montgomery at Cal.Krystkowiak is especially close to Montgomery, who was his coach for four years at Montana in the early 1980s. He’s known Dawkins since they were rookies for the San Antonio Spurs in 1986-87. Krystkowiak averaged 6.6 points and 3.5 rebounds per game, while Dawkins averaged 10.3 points and 3.6 assists as a part-time starter.”Those are a couple of guys I respect and care a lot about,” Krystkowiak said. “Johnny and I played one season together and had a good time together in San Antonio. Coach Montgomery coached me for four years and I still keep in touch with him.”This week, Krystkowiak will share some pleasantries with the two opposing coaches and it will be all business after that.SHOOTING WOES: It’s been well-documented that this is the worst Utah basketball team record-wise in decades. The Utes’ 4-11 record is the worst for a Ute team since 1972-73 when they had the same mark after 15 games on their way to an 8-19 season. The 1935-36 team that finished 7-15, was also 4-11 after 15 games.Perhaps the main reason for the Utes’ lack of success has been the team’s poor shooting ability.Through 15 games, the Utes are shooting just 40.8 percent from the field, 27.1 percent from the 3-point line and 66.5 percent from the free-throw line.The Utes are ranked 270th in the country in field goal percentage and 229th in free throws. As for 3-point percentage, the Utes aren’t ranked because they haven’t made the minimum of five treys per game. But only one team among the 274 teams in the 3-point rankings, Rhode Island at 26.9 percent, has a lower percentage than Utah’s.Krystkowiak is well aware of the Utes’ shooting woes and rather than lament about the reasons for the poor shooting this year, he said it will be much better next year.He said two of the players sitting out as redshirts this year, Glen Dean and Aaron Dotson, are good shooters as are several of the players the Utes have already signed, including West Jordan’s Jordan Loveridge.FOSTER STATUS UNCLEAR: Utah’s all-time blocked shots leader, 7-foot-3 David Foster, is still coming to practice every day and watching from the sidelines, but he isn’t getting close to playing in games for the Utes this year. He still wears a cast on his right foot, which he broke in the opening minutes of Utah’s exhibition game on Nov. 4.Foster and his coaches hoped to have the cast off by now so he could perhaps play the final six weeks of the season.Even if he gets it off soon, he’ll need a few weeks of rehab, which means there won’t be many games left for him to play this season.Earlier this year, Krystkowiak wondered if Foster would return for another year because of the fact that he would be done with school and have a new child in his family. Although he didn’t mention it, Krystkowiak also has to be concerned about his scholarship numbers with just a couple of players scheduled to leave after this year and several players already signed for next year.”You get into a numbers game, but I want to do right by him,” Krystkowiak said. “He exemplifies what a student-athlete is all about and if he wants to come back, I’d be all for it.”When asked about it, Foster said he hasn’t decided what to do if he’s unable to play this year, but said he is open to the idea of coming back next year.UTE NOTES: Thursday’s game with Stanford will be the first between the Utes and Cardinal since the thrilling Sweet 16 matchup between the two teams in 1997 in San Jose, which Utah won 82-77 in overtime. …Josh Watkins ranks fourth in the Pac-12 in scoring at 15.6 ppg and second in assists at 4.9 apg. …Jason Washburn is fourth in the Pac-12 in field goal percentage at 58.3 percent and fifth in rebounding at 6.9 rpg and eighth in free-throw percentage at 78.3 percent. … Utah’s next home games are Jan. 19 and 21 against Arizona and Arizona State, respectively.Email: sor@desnews.comlast_img read more

The everything you need to know about tomorrow’s election primary

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Tuesday, the polls open at  7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. for both Democrats and Republicans. A list of voting locations are below.Kansas is a closed primary state. Please bring your identifications.There are several races to choose. Locally, Republicans in the 80th District (see district boundary maps below) will choose between Anita Judd-Jenkins and Bill Rhiley.Bill RhileyAnita Judd-JenkinsVoters in the third district also will be voting amongst three candidates: Jason Boyd, John Cooney and Kip J. Etter.These two races will ultimately decide the next term, as they face no Democrat challenger in November. The Sumner Newscow candidates forum for the state representative’s race is here and for the county commissioners is here.Statewide, there are plenty to choose from, including the heated Governor’s race. Here is a link for which you can find a sample ballot: locations here in Sumner County are as follows:   Avon TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hal, l201 E. Harvey, WellingtonBelle Plaine Township (includes Belle Plaine City)Belle Plaine Community Building 528 N. Merchant, Belle PlaineBluff TownshipCaldwell Community Building, 119 E. First Ave. CaldwellCaldwell TownshipCaldwell Community Building , 119 E. First Ave, CaldwellChikaskia TownshipCaldwell Community Building, 119 E. First Ave. CaldwellConway Township    (includes Conway Springs City voters north of Parallel Street, but not Osterhouts)City Building, 208 W. Spring, Conway SpringsCreek TownshipArgonia City Building, 210 S. Main, ArgoniaDixon Township (includes Argonia City)Argonia City Building, 210 S. Main, ArgoniaDowns TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall, 201 E. Harvey, WellingtonEden TownshipConway Springs United Methodist Fellowship Hall, 411 S. 8th, Conway SpringsFalls TownshipCaldwell Community Building, 119 E. First Ave., CaldwellGore TownshipMulvane Emergency Services Building, 910 E. Main, MulvaneGreene TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall, 201 E. Harvey, WellingtonGuelph TownshipSouth Haven Community Building, 207 S. Main, South HavenHarmon TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall, 201 E. Harvey, WellingtonIllinois TownshipConway Springs United Methodist Fellowship Hall, 411 S. 8th, Conway Springs    Jackson TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall, 201 E. Harvey, WellingtonLondon TownshipPeck Community Building, 706 E. 119th St., PeckMorris TownshipArgonia City Bldg, 210 S. Main, ArgoniaOsborne Township (includes Mayfield City)Mayfield Grocery Store Annex101 N. Osborn Ave., MayfieldOxford Township (includes Oxford City)Oxford Lions Club Building, 116 N Sumner, OxfordPalestine TownshipBelle Plaine Community Building, 528 N Merchant, Belle PlaineRyan Township (includes Milan City)Milan Community Building, 205 S. Monroe, MilanSeventy-Six TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall, 201 E. Harvey, WellingtonSouth Haven Township (includes South Haven and Hunnewell Cities)South Haven Community Building, 207 S. Main St., South HavenSpringdale Township (includes Osterhouts or those Conway Springs City voters south of Parallel Street))Conway Springs United Methodist Fellowship Hall, 411 S. 8th, Conway SpringsSumner TownshipWellington Knights of Columbus Hall, 201 E. Harvey, WellingtonValverde TownshipOxford Lions Club Building, 116 N. Sumner, OxfordWalton TownshipGeuda Springs Community Activity Building, 206 S. 2nd, Geuda SpringsWellington TownshipRaymond Frye Complex320 N. Jefferson, WellingtonCaldwell CityCaldwell Community Building, 119 E. First Ave., CaldwellMulvane CityMulvane Emergency Services Building, 910 E. Main, MulvaneWellington CityRaymond Frye Complex, 320 N. Jefferson, Wellington.———District boundary maps: Commissioner district lines in Sumner County and Wellington. Second district will not have a race in 2018. (Click for larger version)Sumner County house divided lines in Wellington. 116th does not have a primary.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more