Bishop Nolan

22 Jan 19
World's Today's News

BURLINGTON – Hampshire learned something from a previous opponent that he pulled when pressured by Johnsburg on Monday night. The Skyhawks impressed Hampshire with a length of 3.6 seconds length to tie and force overtime. At that point, the Whip-Purs again thought of his December 12 defeat to Crystal Lake Central. "We hit a great […]

21 Jan 19
Collected Writings of Nolan Bishop

“It should not be denied…that being footloose has always exhilarated us. It is associated in our minds with escape from history and oppression and law and irksome obligations, with absolute freedom, and the road has always led west.” – Wallace Stegner  I. The sun was setting, and the radiant yellow-gold beams were bouncing from conifer […]

21 Jan 19
Collected Writings of Nolan Bishop

The sun is setting in the sky. I am walking towards it as it glows through old, bloated trees. I can smell the manure in the thick, warm summer air. It is evening and my feet squish alternately into the deep, deep river bottom soil and the mud left over from last night’s rainfall. Chet […]

19 Jan 19
National Post

NEWARK, N.J. — John Gibson made 29 saves and Troy Terry scored his first NHL goal and set up another, helping the sending the new-look Anaheim Ducks beat the New Jersey Devils 3-2 on Saturday. The Ducks have won two straight after a franchise-record 12-game losing streak. Daniel Sprong also had a goal and an […]

19 Jan 19
Connor's Football Travels

When Easington’s game was called off last night, I definitely wanted to do a new ground today. I looked at trains to this game, Doncaster Rovers and Bradford City – three grounds I hadn’t done. Doncaster was the cheapest of the three options, but that was still over £50 return so I wasn’t doing that. […]

19 Jan 19
North Florida Matmen

North Florida Matmen staff report JACKSONVILLE — There have been times where the first-day leader of the Gateway Conference IBT could not hold that lead going into Saturday. Last year, Fletcher held the first-day lead, and last year was not one of those times, as the Senators defended their title. Fast forward to 2019, and […]

18 Jan 19
Hitchin Town FC

FIXTURES Saturday 19 January home to Stourbridge league – kick off 3:00pm Wednesday 23 January home to kings Lynn League – kick off 7:45pm PLAYER NEWS Matt Nolan is available for the Stourbridge game Jay Dowie and Lewis Ferrell should be fit for the Stourbridge game after picking up knocks at Stratford Michael Cain will […]

18 Jan 19
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Santa Cruz’s John Mel will face New Smyrna Beach’s Evan Geiselman in the man-on-man quarterfinals when action resumes at the World Surf League’s Florida Pro, a Men’s QS 1,500 event at Sebastian Inlet. Geiselman, essentially competing in his backyard, is the event’s defending champion. Mel produced a two-wave score of 9.90 Thursday to finish second to Nolan Rapoza (13.67) in Heat 2 of Round 3. Ryan Huckabee (9.54) and Luke Gordon (7.87) were eliminated in that heat. Hays eliminated: Santa Cruz’s Autumn Hays was eliminated Thursday in Round 3 of the WSL’s Florida Pro, a Women’s QS 3,000 contest at Sebastian Inlet. Hays had a score of 5.70 and finished fourth in Heat 2. HONORS Sharks’ Gabriella Gutierrez receives award: St. Francis High tennis player Gabriella Gutierrez received the girls Spirit of Sport award for the Central Coast Section from the California Interscholastic Federation. The Spirit of Sport Award recognizes student-athletes who have demonstrated the CIF’s 16 principles of Pursuing Victory with Honor, are active in school and community service and exhibit leadership qualities. The names of the boys and girls honorees from all 10 sections across the state, plus two state-wide winners, were announced Thursday. As an honoree, Gutierrez will receive a $500 scholarship. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL At Cabrillo 74, Gavilan 56: Heleyna Hill scored 24 points and teammate Michaela Thornton added 20 as the Seahawks stomped visiting Gavilan in their Coast Conference South Division game. Cabrillo (11-3, 2-0) jumped out to a 22-8 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. Savanah Quintana-Martin added 15 points for the Seahawks, who host Monterey Peninsula College (6-12, 1-1) on Friday at 7 p.m. Lizette Moreno scored 12 points off the bench to lead Gavilan (4-10, 1-1). Watsonville High alumna Evelyn Rios, a freshman guard, started for the Rams and scored three points. GIRLS BASKETBALL At Santa Cruz 48, San Lorenzo Valley 25: Freshman Bella Stevens and senior Whittaker Miller-Netto each scored 10 points to lead the Cardinals to the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League win Wednesday. Stevens scored seven points in the first quarter while Miller-Netto scored six in the second quarter. Katelyn Shelton scored 10 points to lead SLV (5-12, 1-3), which plays at Scotts Valley on Friday at 5:30 p.m. Santa Cruz (9-9, 2-3) hosts Aptos on Friday. St. Francis 49, at Stevenson 33: Tanya Gallo led the way with 16 points to help the Sharks win their Pacific Coast Athletic League Cypress Division game Wednesday in Pebble Beach. Janessa Yniguez scored 12 points for the Sharks, Aurora Tershy had seven and Grace Kovacs added five. The Sharks (6-9, 2-0) play at King City on Friday. Aptos 76, at Harbor 14: Gabby Giuffre had 20 points and six assists and Natalia Ackerman added 12 points, five rebounds and five assists as the Mariners cruised in SCCAL action Wednesday. Freshman Jasmine Ackerman had 11 points for the Mariners (14-4, 5-0), who face Santa Cruz on Friday. At Pajaro Valley 58, Santa Catalina 22: The Grizzlies knocked off the winless Cougars to remain unbeaten in the PCAL Santa Luica Division on Wednesday. The Grizzlies (11-4, 2-0) host Greenfield (7-8, 1-1) on Friday at 7 p.m. BOYS BASKETBALL At Soquel 54, Scotts Valley 53, OT: Lincoln Cooley made a layup at the buzzer as the Knights survived a scare from the Falcons in SCCAL play. Soquel had the ball under its own basket with 1.5 seconds left and quickly moved into scoring range. Cooley and Shane Reilly finished with 15 points each. Max Walters added 10. Seamus Cullen had 16 points and eight rebounds to lead the Falcons. Derek Tom added 11. At Santa Cruz 62, SLV 21: Zavier Hill-Kemp made four 3-pointers and finished with a team-high 14 points, and the Cardinals, playing without senior captains Robert Bishop III and Jack Donohoe, rolled in their SCCAL win Wednesday. Dillon Danner scored 11 of his 13 points in the second half. Jeremiah Elmore had 12 points and nine rebounds. Scotty Pramuk scored 10 points, all in the first half. Alan Chen and Jack Busenhart each had six rebounds. Garrett Fisher led SLV with eight points. The Cougars were held to five points or less in each of the final three quarters. Broadcast planned for St. Francis-San Benito game: Central Coast Sports Broadcasting will air Friday’s PCAL Mission Division game between the Sharks and the Haybalers. The radio broadcast begins at 6:50 p.m. on 1340 AM. GIRLS SOCCER St. Francis 2, at Pajaro Valley 1: Freshman midfielder Makenna Bedolla scored twice for the Sharks in their PCAL Cypress Division win Wednesday. The Sharks improved to 5-2-1, 4-2. Sophomore forward Jasmin Castillo scored on a penalty kick in the 68th minute for the Grizzlies (0-6-1, 0-4-1). BOYS SOCCER Scotts Valley 1, at Santa Cruz 0: Luka Cheney scored the only goal as the Falcons earned the SCCAL win Wednesday. Brody Affolter recorded the shutout for Scotts Valley (2-7-1, 1-1-1), which faces host Harbor on Friday. The Cardinals (2-8-1, 0-3-0) play at SLV on Friday at 3:30 p.m. Reporting Scores Coaches are encouraged to report scores and highlights to sports@santacruzsentinel.com following games, by texting 831-216-6267 or by using the “Submit Scores” feature from the Sports pull-down menu at santacruzsentinel.com. Please include your name and contact number in the email.
17 Jan 19
Boston Herald
Peabody certainly has had Danvers’ number this season. One number the Tanners no longer have is 32, which is how many consecutive winless games they had played entering Wednesday night. But a run of five unanswered goals in the second and third periods allowed Peabody to rally and stun Danvers, 6-5, in a Northeastern Conference battle. Peabody also had played Danvers to a 2-2 tie on Dec. 15. Aside from that, it was all losses dating back to a 7-1 victory against Beverly on Feb. 15, 2017. “Danvers has always been a big rival and we seem to play them tough,” Peabody coach Mark Leonard said. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”1468205″] Nick Capillo had a hat trick and Connor McCarron had two goals and two assists for the Tanners, who erased a 4-1 deficit in the second period. Capillo scored twice sandwiching a goal from McCarron in a span of 1:29, the latter two just 10 seconds apart, to tie it going into the third. Michael Zarro and McCarron then scored in the third to give Peabody a 6-4 lead, and they held on from there behind goalie Lucas DeMild (31 saves). “The kids played great and showed a lot of character after being down 4-1,” Leonard said. “Hopefully they can build off that and win a few games down the stretch.” Jared Mscisz scored twice and Cody Plaza, Tyler Puska and Tyler Robinson scored the Falcons.   HERALD’S HAT TRICK (the best of the best from across the state for Wednesday, Jan. 16): SHAUN GALBATO and JACK DeMOURA, COYLE & CASSIDY: Galbato scored the winning goal, tipping in a pass from DeMoura with 1.4 seconds left and the Warriors stunned previously unbeaten Bishop Stang, 2-1, in an early battle atop the Eastern Athletic Conference. Will Tripp had the other goal for Coyle, which is 2-0 in EAC play. Jack Jedrey scored for the Spartans. GARREN FUGIEL, Easthampton: Fugiel earns the honor for the second time already this season, this time for reaching 100 career points with his hat trick and assist as the Eagles rolled over Mount Everett, 9-1, in a Western Mass. Wright Division matchup. Mike McColgan (goal, three assists), Matt Sullivan, Christopher Tenczar (goal, two assists each), Ely Boyle, Jack Delisle (goal, assist each) and Jacob Ross all joined Fugiel in the offense. Kyle Benzie scored for Mount Everett and Cole Duval made 39 saves as Easthampton had a 48-8 advantage in shots. DAVE SPINALE, Xaverian: The Hawks gave their veteran coach his 200th career victory in grand fashion, taking down Malden Catholic, 7-2, in a Catholic Conference battle. Matty Ryan led a balanced effort for the Hawks with two goals and an assist, while Shane Spinale, Josh Barton, John Joyce (two assists), Jack Silva and Eric Wainwright also scored. Barton and Wainwright also added assists, and Mike Pitochelli had a pair of helpers. Spinale, who is the senior coach in the Catholic Conference, has been behind the Hawks’ bench since the 2001-02 season.   Circling the ponds for the rest of the action on a busy night of boys hockey across the state … ATLANTIC COAST: Jake Mastangelo scored twice, Jack Gatie turned in the shutout and Marshfield scored a big 5-0 win against Falmouth in an early battle atop the league race. Griffin Mudge, Jon Jordan and James Kolar (empty net) also scored for the Rams and Sean Kennedy had two assists. BAY STATE: Mark Guerra made 24 saves and Milton held off Newton North, 2-1, for its first league victory of the season. Bobby Carew and Johnny Lesser had the goals for the Wildcats. David McCabe scored on the power play for the Tigers, but they were unable to push the equalizer past Guerra in the final minutes. … Freshman Joe Fleming scored with 18 seconds left and Wellesley stunned Needham, 2-1. Drew Cohen had the other goal for the Raiders. Tom Chmielewski scored the lone goal for the Rockets. … Ryan Boyanjian netted a natural hat trick and that was the difference for Walpole in its 5-2 victory against Brookline. Liam Fisher and Danny Savary gave the Rebels a 2-0 lead but the Warriors pulled even before Boyanjian took over. … Hunter Balducci scored twice, Mikey Tersoni added one and Framingham flew past Weymouth, 3-1. … Freshman Sean McWhinnie scored two goals for Natick as part of a 3-2 victory against Braintree. Will Genaske also scored for the RedHawks. CAPE ANN: Brad Killion scored twice and Triton blanked Pentucket, 5-0. Sam Rennick, Jimmy Tatro and Jack Forrest added goals for the Vikings. CAPE & ISLANDS: Austin Starr scored a pair of late empty-netters to cap his hat trick and Nantucket sailed away from Mashpee/Monomoy, 6-2. Robbie Hickman scored twice and and Hudson Perry added a power play tally for the Whalers. Cole Currie and Cam Coomber scored for the Monarchs, who got a big effort in goal from Jack Daigneault. CATHOLIC CENTRAL: Brady Carpenter netted a hat trick and Joe Purtell and St. Mary’s posted another shutout, this time blanking Archbishop Williams, 4-0. Nick Napolitano had the other goal for the Spartans, Colin Reddy had two assists and the rest was up to Purtell (18 saves) and the defense for their fourth shutout of the season. … Alex Graves had a hat trick and two assists and Lowell Catholic rolled over Matignon, 10-0. Connor Doherty, Mike Brogdon, Nick Pereira, Mike DeVita and Noah Mills also scored for the Crusaders, who had three shorthanded goals on the night. Colin Gleason and Cody Lesko combined for the shutout. DUAL COUNTY/MERRIMACK VALLEY: Matt Schuhwerk had two goals and an assist, Anthony Previte scored his first varsity goal and Andover skated past Chelmsford, 4-1. Steve Ingram also scored for the Golden Warriors, who got three assists from Tommy Tavenner, two from Sam Murray, and 22 saves from Alex Trottier. … D.J. Fantasia scored the winning goal and Billerica clipped Waltham, 3-2. Garrett Climo and Alexander Coulot also scored for the Indians and Connor Feeney made 20 saves. … Matthew Lajoie scored twice and Central Catholic toppled Westford Academy, 5-2. Charlie Lecain, Steven Birch and Benjamin Bootsellas had other goals for the Raiders. Matt Curran and C.J. Pacifico scored and Joe Cornetta had 27 saves for the Grey Ghosts. In Div. 3, Johnny Baker scored a pair of goals for Newton South, but Wayland answered each time, including the equalizer from Max Brande with four minutes left for a 2-2 tie. Mike Boschetto had the other goal and Ryan Nolan 23 saves for the Warriors. … Brendan DeMarco’s two goals and assist sparked Lowell in its 5-2 victory against Cambridge. Ben Asselin, Kevin Conley and Keegan Cote added goals for the Red Raiders, while B.J. Anderson, Thomas Hassett and Shawn Spring each had a pair of assists. HOCKOMOCK: Brett Williams scored twice and Oliver Ames rallied for a 2-2 tie with North Attleboro, which got its goals from Dennis Morehouse and Brendan McHugh. … Ryan Nolte’s hat trick was more than enough for Canton to improve to 9-0-0, getting past Foxboro, 4-0. Tommy Ghostlaw had the other goal for the Bulldogs. Espen Reager had another huge game in net with 57 saves in the loss for the Warriors. … Mansfield got goals from Coleman O’Brien and Chris Copponi and shutout goaltending from Sean McCaffrey to shut down Attleboro, 2-0. … Dan Magazu and Shane McCaffrey scored twice each and Franklin cruised past Stoughton, 11-1. Kyle Hedvig, C.J. Spillane, Dennis Will, Colin Hedvig, Cam Sweeney, Declan Lovett and Andrew DeMerchant rounded out the scoring for the Panthers. Sean Doherty scored for the Black Knights. … King Philip crunched Taunton, 9-1, behind two goals apiece from Rocco Bianciulli, Aiden Boulger and Chris Daniels. Paul McDonald got his first varsity goal for KP, with Joe Boselli and Brendan Shanley also scoring. Nick Vandermeel scored for the Tigers. INDEPENDENTS: Max Cocchi finished with a hat trick and Pope Francis rolled to a 7-2 victory against St. John’s. Cocchi also had an assist and Makem Demers a goal and three assists for the Cardinals, who also got two goals from Evan Phaneuf and one from Conor Wodecki. Matthew Myers had a goal and assist for the Pioneers, Evan MacDonald scored and Dhillon Wilde had two assists. MAYFLOWER: Joey McArdle scored four goals to lead the way for Upper Cape in its 7-2 victory against Sacred Heart. Josh Winiarski added a pair of goals and Jack Driscoll one for the Rams. … Jordan Crowley had the hat trick to pace Diman in its 7-2 victory against South Shore. Gage Minior had two goals and two assists for the Bengals, with Noah Jean and Devon Ferreira each scoring one. Patrick Venuti got his first varsity goal for the Vikings and Tyler Richards added one. MIDDLESEX: Burlington’s Cam Costa and Melrose’s Brendan Fennell each had a pair of assists as their teams battled to a 3-3 tie. Fennell also had an assist for the Red Raiders, and Conor Quinlan scored the other goal for the Red Devils. … Nick McFarland netted a hat trick and Reading had little trouble with Lexington, 8-1. Donovan had a goal and two assists for the Rockets, Cahill and Donaghey a goal and assist apiece, while Fiorenza and Charlie Miele also scored. Michael Tobin dished out three assists. …  Joe Lepore scored twice and Ryan McCarthy had a goal and assist for Winchester, which held off Woburn, 5-3. Colin Van Stry and Luke Mix (empty-netter) also scored for the Sachems. Mikey Arsenault, Joe Juliano and Michael Santullo scored for the Tanners in the loss. NORTHEASTERN: Jack Feuerbach made 17 saves, Danny Morency scored twice and Beverly blanked Saugus, 4-0. Matt Mezza and Brayden Clark added goals for the Panthers, Andrew Mezza had three assists and Shane Hallinan a pair. … Will Shull scored 27 into the game for Marblehead, but that was all the Magicians could muster in a 1-1 tie with Medford. Matt Knekas scored exactly 12 minutes later for the Mustangs. … Drew Olivieri scored twice, including the equalizer on a partial breakaway with 2:29 to play to rally Swampscott to a 3-3 tie with Gloucester. Conor Donovan gave the Big Blue the early lead before the Fishermen surged with two goals from Robby Horne and another from EJ Field. … Tristian Goroshko logged 25 saves for the shutout as Revere/Malden blanked Everett, 4-0. … Hat tricks from Andrew Patrie and John Clougherty sparked Lynn in a 7-4 victory against Somerville. Clougherty had a hand in all of the offense, also finishing with four assists, while Jaylen Porter got his first varsity goal for the Jets. Christopher DeSousa, Tenzin Gesar, Aidan O’Donovan and Jeremy Procter scored for the Highlanders. PATRIOT: Tanner Smith and Zach Stewart had a pair of goals apiece and Duxbury pulled away from North Quincy, 5-2. Friend Weiler also scored and Ben Luscko had two assists for the Dragons to counter two goals from the Red Raiders’ Noah Wines. … Hanover got goals from five different players to beat Whitman-Hanson, 5-2. Griffin Gosule, Sam Perkins, Manning Morris, Christian Sacco and Ethan Davis all lit the lamp for the Indians. … Silver Lake rolled to a 9-4 victory against Plymouth South behind two shorthanded goals from Kevin Cardarelli. David Armstrong notched his first varsity goal for the Lakers, Nick Solari added a goal and two assists, and David Marani (assist), Alex Heffernan, Tyler Mason, Bobby Guilford and Sean McNeilly also scored. Andrew Johnson had two assists. SOUTH COAST: Jon Pacheco scored a pair of goals six seconds apart in the final 1:17 and Somerset Berkley rallied to stun Greater New Bedford, 4-3. Pacheco finished with a hat trick for the Blue Raiders and Jake Salema also scored. Jacob Lopes scored twice and Peter Pimentel had one for the Bears. … Apponequet snapped a seven-game losing streak and beat Old Rochester/Fairhaven for the first time in program history, 3-1. Carson McGrath had a huge game for the Lakers with 33 saves, Collin Barroso had a goal and assist, and Jake Legault and Ethan Harrop each scored. Owen Powers scored with 1:08 to go for the Bulldogs. … Emily Duffy and Ben Lunnie scored and resurgent Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk battled league-leading Wareham/Carver to a 2-2 tie. TRI-VALLEY: Alex Infanger scored with 4:55 left and Sam Day (24 saves) made it stand for Medway in a 1-1 tie with Medfield. … Robby Saporano’s hat trick and two assists sparked Holliston to its first victory of the season, 5-2 against Bellingham. Joe Lombardi also scored twice for the Panthers, while Jack Rudolph and Brendan Pelletier scored for the Blackhawks. … Dan Kirk had a hat trick, Dylan Brand made 11 saves and Hopkinton shut down Dover-Sherborn/Weston, 5-0. Kyle Rogers had a goal and three assists, and Mike Berman netted his first varsity goal for the Hillers. … Joe Spadorcia netted a hat trick and Chris Martin tallied two goals to boost Norwood to a 7-0 win over Norton. … Goals from Jack Reap (assist), Brett Erwin, Nick Fish and Jackson Hornung led Ashland past Dedham, 4-2. NONLEAGUE: Goals from Will Cohen, Joe Solimine and Chris Roy (empty net) gave Austin Prep a 3-1 victory against St. John’s Prep. Max Pineo added two assists and Rob Farrell made 21 saves for the Cougars. Nate Malolepszy scored for the Eagles. Scott Elwell’s first varsity goal broke a late tie, Oliver Miller iced it with an empty-netter and Wakefield toppled St. Joseph Prep, 3-1. Thomas Harrington scored and Mike Lucey had a pair of assists for the Warriors. Scott Connaughton scored for the Phoenix. … Brian Frieh’s goal late in the first period pulled Barnstable into a 1-1 tie with Scituate, which got its goal from Christian Donahue. Ryan Song made 36 saves for the Sailors. … Norwell got goals from Harrison Reed and Eddie Fetuccia to support the shutout goaltending of Sean Ennis to ice Dennis-Yarmouth, 2-0. Connor Medeiros made 26 saves in the loss for the Dolphins. Griffin Lynch scored on a breakaway with 22 seconds left and Quincy stunned Bridgewater-Raynham, 1-0. … Peyton Silvia and Jake Giguere scored for Brockton in a 4-2 loss to Dartmouth. Dominic Massaro made 26 saves for the Boxers. … Matt Dearborn had a goal and two assists and Hamilton-Wenham clipped Essex Tech, 4-1. Cam Guyer, Colby Guyer and Aidan Daly each scored for the Generals and Finn Brophy had 17 saves. Colin Levesque scored the lone goal for the Hawks. … Jack Hemeon scored twice and Andrew Childers had a goal and four assists as Sandwich rolled over Abington, 8-1. Sean Connolly had a goal and two assists for the Blue Knights, Rob Cardillo and Caleb McDermott a goal and assist each, and Drew MacKinnon and Gavin Johnston a goal apiece. With a pair of goals, Matt Hetnik led Westwood in a 3-2 win over Shrewsbury. Jameson Alicandro and Jack O’Brien scored for the Colonials. … C.J. Perry notched two goals and two assists while James Burke picked up 20 saves for his first varsity win as Pembroke doubled up Rockland, 6-3. Brody Scott got his first varsity goal for the Titans, who also got goals from Mike DiBari, Ryan Mulhern and Patrick Moran (three assists). Aidan Arone added a pair of assists. CENTRAL MASS.: Drew O’Reilly scored the game-winner and Hopedale/Millis erased an early two-goal deficit to catch Littleton/Bromfield, 4-3. Hunter Dunn, P.J. Gray and Pete Sanchioni also scored for H/M. Danny Angell (assist), Nick Brown and James Peterson scored for the Tigers. … Shane Baker scored twice, Deron Breen added a goal and Cam Powell earned the shutout as Grafton/Blackstone Valley beat Fitchburg/Monty Tech, 3-0. Liam Gill and Thomas Dequire scored twice each for Northbridge in its 7-2 victory against Oakmont. Alex Smith, Andrew McCarthy and Ben Brodeur each scored for the Rams, who got 18 saves from Chris Wells. Ryan Peralta scored both goals on assists from Eric Chalifoux for the Spartans. Jake Morin made 46 saves. … Goals from Ben Bombard, Luke Evers and David Brissette led Worcester past Assabet Valley, 3-2. Johnny Campbell and Dylan Saywer scored for the Aztecs. Tristan Gallant had a goal and two assists for Lunenburg/Ayer Shirley in its 4-1 victory against Nashoba/Clinton. Aaron O’Connor, Noah Razzetti and Jacob Mauro also scored for the Blue Knights. Bob Gibbons had the goal for the Chieftains. … Trent Costa scored twice and also assisted Joe Murphy’s goal in North Middlesex’ 3-3 tie with Marlboro. Matt Skillings netted his first varsity goal for the Panthers, who also got goals from Matt Farrell and Andrew Sullivan. … Wachusett used a six-goal first period and cruised past Leominster, 11-0. Sean Gardner was the only multiple scorer for the Mountaineers with two goals and an assist. Nick DeOliveira and Luke Jodice each had a goal and two assists, Pat Currie, Jack Felicio, Colin Moran and Zak Kapusta a goal and assist each while Kevin Skagerlind, Joey Naze and Jim Murphy scored single goals. WESTERN MASS.: Mason Alfonso had a hat trick and Wahconah picked up its first victory, beating Southwick, 5-1. Ryan Lapierre and Liam Anderson added goals for the Warriors. … Doug Hanieski and Kyle Barnes scored in the final five minutes and Greenfield rallied past Drury, 2-1, to stay unbeaten. Hanieski added an assist for the Green Wave. Corbin Rumbolt had the goal for the Blue Devils. … Westfield got goals from six different players in its 6-0 victory against East Longmeadow in a Berry Division battle. Spencer Cloutier, Joe Taupier, Liam Webster, Ryan Moorhouse, Scotty Bussell and Aidan Fitzgerald all found the scoresheet for the Bombers. … Trent Lahair scored the lone goal for Chicopee in its 4-1 loss to Enfield (Conn.).
17 Jan 19
TRADCATKNIGHT/ORDER OF THE EAGLE

A group of international bishops has been urged to take home their concerns about how the recent Israeli nation-state law affects the rights of Christians living in Israel.

17 Jan 19
Sports Daily Tips

1. Connor McDavid, C, Edm C1 1 2. Auston Matthews, C, Tor C2 3 3. Nathan MacKinnon, C, Col C3 5 4. Jack Eichel, C, Buf C4 2 5. Mark Scheifele, C, Wpg C5 6 6. Nikita Kucherov, RW, TB RW1 9 7. Patrik Laine, RW, Wpg RW2 4 8. Tyler Seguin, C, Dal C6 […]

17 Jan 19
File 770

The Visual Effects Society (VES) announced the nominees for the 17th Annual VES Awards on January 15. The awards recognize outstanding visual effects artistry and innovation in film, animation, television, commercials and video games and the VFX supervisors, VFX producers and hands-on artists who bring about this work. Avengers: Infinity War topped the feature film categories […]

16 Jan 19
THE DUMBARTON DEMOCRAT

Withdrawal without agreement would be reckless, says Kirk The General Assembly building of the Church of Scotland on the Mound. By Cameron Brooks Withdrawal from Europe without agreement would be reckless, according to a senior figure in the Church of Scotland. Reacting to the vote at Westminster to reject the EU Withdrawal Agreement, Rev Dr […]