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25 Apr 19
SysGalaxy Market Research

Global Car Detailing Products Market report highlights the key features of the market in terms of periodic data, present market conditions, market needs along with a detailed examination of the key players involved in the market.Car Detailing Products The business report also offers vital aspects related with Car Detailing Products market and perform as a mandatory tool […]

25 Apr 19
ronscribner

My Affair With A Cougar It was in 2003 that my affair happened. I didn’t see it coming, and it took me by surprise as it is the last thing that one would expect to happen in the life of a very middle-aged football coach and history teacher, but it did. It was in the […]

25 Apr 19
JMcDonaldMedia

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com TURNER, Ore.–  Entering their series finale in Sweet Home Thursday, the bats of Cascade erupted Wednesday to set the Cougars up for their first Oregon West Conference series win since sweeping Sisters in early April. Their 18 runs in their 18-5 win over the Huskies were their highest run total of […]

25 Apr 19
SysGalaxy Market Research

Global Computer Case Market report highlights the key features of the market in terms of periodic data, present market conditions, market needs along with a detailed examination of the key players involved in the market.Computer Case The business report also offers vital aspects related with Computer Case market and perform as a mandatory tool to industries active […]

25 Apr 19
Free Sex Stories

[poet-badge] It was going to be a long day. Amy was tired – not that fuzzy, didn’t-get-enough-sleep feeling, but weary, deep down in her bones. It had taken a Herculean effort to drag herself out of bed this morning, and even after a pot of coffee she still felt like her eyes were aching to […]

25 Apr 19
The Contemplation of a JOKER

V – Visit to Al Ain Zoo & Jebel Hafeet | #AtoZChallenge #BlogchatterA2Z Papa got his passport done after he retired from his government job. There is some clause regarding NOCs and hence it is difficult to get it made during your official tenure. Just after that we sat together and decided what should be […]

25 Apr 19
CHESMONTSPORTS.COM

Henderson 2, West Chester East 1 – Eddie Smink and Danny Collinson combined on a four-hitter with six strikeouts and Casey Caufield drove in both runs in the Warriors’ Ches-Mont League National Division conquest Wednesday. Caufield’s RBI-single in the first inning followed a leadoff double by Brendan Gray and provided a 1-0 lead that Henderson would […]

25 Apr 19
Lake County Record-Bee
MIDDLETOWN — Jimmy Rockwell pitched a two-hit masterpiece on Wednesday afternoon as the Middletown Mustangs beat the St. Helena Saints 4-0 in a North Central League I varsity baseball game at Wes Martin Field. The junior struck out 12, walked only two and picked off one. “He was dominating, there’s no other way to call it,” Middletown coach Jon Hoogendoorn said. “He had everything going. He pitched his butt off.” Middletown (6-3 league, 11-7) is now in sole possession of third place in the league standings with five league games remaining. Only Fort Bragg (8-1) and Kelseyville (7-3) have better records as the 2019 race enters its final two weeks. Will Aden watches his two-run homer sail over the center field fence in the bottom of the fifth inning Wednesday afternoon against St. Helena. The blast gave the Mustangs a 4-0 lead, which was the final score. (Photo courtesy of Megan Buckley Cutting) Whether or not the Mustangs, defending NCL I champions, can catch the Timberwolves, who they have one game left with, really doesn’t concern Hoogendoorn at this point. “We’re playing for the best playoff seeding we can get,” he said with an eye toward the North Coast Section postseason tournament next month. “We’re just concentrating on our next game (Friday at home against Lower Lake).” St. Helena (6-4, 10-10) has lost two in a row in league play for the first time this season and is now tied with Cloverdale (6-4) for fourth place. The Saints can blame Rockwell for that, according to Hoogendoorn. “He had them off-balance all game. He was pounding the strike zone, painting the corners. He had seven backward Ks (called third strikes),” Hoogendoorn added. Giving Rockwell a lead to work with, even if it wasn’t a big one, made a huge difference, according to Hoogendoorn, who said the Mustangs never had that luxury when they dropped a 5-2 decision at St. Helena back on March 29. Nico Barrio, who had been mired in a pretty deep slump until the last few games, doubled home two runs in the bottom of the second, which is all the offense Rockwell needed as things turned out. “That was huge,” Hoogendoorn said of Barrio’s hit. “He’s been hitting well in practices but struggling in games, but in his last three or four games he’s had something like four or five hits, so he’s starting to heat up.” Rockwell never allowed more than one St. Helena runner to reach base in any given inning and he didn’t allow a runner past second base all game. It remained a 2-0 game until teammate Will Aden doubled that lead with a two-run homer to center field in the bottom of the fifth. “He hit it about a mile high,” Hoogendoorn said. “I told the boys that if they got the ball up into the air today it would carry out.” Aden (2-for-4) had the perfect count – 3-1 – before connecting on a fastball up in the strike zone. “He doesn’t see many fastballs,” Hoogendoorn said. Isaac Perez went 2-for-3 and scored a run for the Mustangs. Cameron Luis, Keegan Cutting and Tyler Crudo also had hits. Rockwell threw just 63 of his 97 pitches through the first five innings. Hoogendoorn considered going to his bullpen in the seventh but stuck with Rockwell. “He earned the right to be out there,” Hoogendoorn said. Jon Hoogendoorn Jr., the Middletown catcher, called the pitches for Rockwell the entire way. “He’s calling the game,” Hoogendoorn said of his son’s effort behind the plate. “He’s been working with Jimmy for years. They work well together. “This is a sweet one,” Hoogendoorn said of the victory. In other baseball action Wednesday: Sonoma Academy 17, Upper Lake 4 At Upper Lake, the Sonoma Academy Coyotes pinned another lopsided five-inning NCL II loss on the Upper Lake Cougars (5-4, 6-7), who dropped below the .500 mark for the season. Sonoma Academy’s Ben Weaver steals second base as Upper Lake shortstop Armando Santos takes the throw in front of the bag. Backing up the play is second baseman Blaine Rhodes. (Photo by Brian Sumpter) The private Santa Rosa school also beat the Cougars 13-3 on Monday. “We played good defense, it’s just that they hit the ball,” Upper Lake coach Brian Milhaupt said of the Coyotes’ 17 hits, many of which went to the opposite field, something Milhaupt preaches to his own players. Upper Lake’s Bradley Sneathen looks on from first base along with Sonoma Academy’s Adam Zimmer after hitting a single on Wednesday afternoon in a 17-4 loss to Sonoma Academy. (Photo by Brian Sumpter) “We were putting the ball where we wanted to but they were taking it the other way or hitting it up the middle,” Milhaupt said. “They pulled very few balls.” The Coyotes also benefited from simply having a higher baseball acumen that the younger and more inexperienced Cougars. Upper Lake second baseman Blaine Rhodges gloves a popup. (Photo by Brian Sumpter) “They showed up here ready to play and we have not been mentally in the last two games,” said Milhaupt, the Cougars’ first-year coach. Sonoma Academy grabbed a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning against Upper Lake starter Benat Love, who suffered his first league loss (3-1) of the season. The Cougars got one of those runs back on a Desmond Mueller RBI single in the bottom of the first, but the Coyotes banged out an eight-run second inning to take control of the game. Upper Lake coach Brian Milhaupt talks to his players, including Bradley Sneathen (18), between innings. (Photo by Brian Sumpter) Sonoma Academy added three runs in the third and four more in the top of the fourth to open up a 17-1 lead. Upper Lake scratched out two runs in the bottom of the fourth on a Russell Gordon Jr. two-run single and another in the fifth on a Love RBI single. Mueller and Love finished with two hits apiece. Upper Lake’s Dalton Slater looks for the sign while standing on first base along with Sonoma Academy’s Thomas Zelazny. (Photo by Brian Sumpter) Love worked the first two innings on the mound, allowing 10 runs. Dalton Slater pitched the third and fourth before giving way to Mueller, who pitched a scoreless fifth. Upper Lake can snap its two-game losing streak on Friday when it hits the road to play Credo under the lights at 7:30 p.m. Upper Lake’s Diego Velasco prepares to take his at-bat Wednesday afternoon against Sonoma Academy. (Photo by Brian Sumpter) JV baseball Middletown 6, St. Helena 1 At Middletown, Wyatt Smith pitched six strong innings for the win, allowing just one hit, and the Middletown junior varsity team beat St. Helena. Smith and reliever Zach Dubois benefited from a solid outing by the defense, including a pair of double plays and Middletown outfielders throwing out two St. Helena runners at first base. Justin Urbina sparked the offense with an inside-the-park home run while Cole Ketchum added a RBI double. The Mustangs are 5-4 in league play and 9-6 overall.
25 Apr 19
Monterey Herald
Sweeping the first two spots at the California Collegiate Athletic Association golf championships, the CSU-Monterey Bay men’s golf team captured the team title Wednesday at Bayonet Black Horse. The team championship was the first for the Otters in six years, while Matthew Hedges became the second straight individual champion for the program. CSUMB, who trailed No. 11 ranked Sonoma State by two strokes going into the final day, used seven birdies to post a four-stroke win. Hedges held off teammate and defending champion Elis Svard for a two-stroke win. “No magic words,” said CSUMB coach Jason Owen in a press release. “You’re just trying to get the guys to do what they do.” Hedges and Svard were tied with three holes left at 6-under before a birdie by Hedges put him in front for good. Svard held the lead after the first 36 holes. For Hedges, a senior, it was his first collegiate win. CSUMB, who came into the tournament ranked No. 18 in the latest GolfStat Division II rankings, defeated No. 11 Sonoma State and No. 5 Chico State. Brian Whitson finished with a 72 on the final day for the Otters while Hayata Utsunomiya carded a 77. The Otters will compete in the NCAA Regional Championships at Ledges Golf Club in St. George, Utah. Prep diving PCAL: Jake Dorn of Carmel won the Pacific Coast Athletic League diving title, recording an All-American score of 509.45. Teammate Luke Lubben took second with Salinas’ Dante Jackson placing third. Haley Fannin won the PCAL girls diving title for Stevenson with a CCS qualifying score of 375.20. Alicia Krueger of Carmel finished second with teammate Hailey Evans placing third. College track Hartnell: King City graduate Jesus Avalos became the 12th consecutive Panther to win a Coast Confernce title in the 10,000 at the conference finals at De Anza. After five events, Hartnell’s men’s and women’s teams both have early leads. The rest of the finals will be held on Saturday. MPC: Tyshaliq Mctavish finished fourth in the long jump for the Lobos at the Coast Conference finals with a mark of 16-feet-10. The sophomore also advanced to Saturday’s finals in the 100 along with teammate Faith Dennis. Jhailyn Bryant will be in the finals of the 200 and 400. Palma grad Kevin Telford will go into Saturday’s finals for the Lobos with the fastest time in the 400 (49.23). Prep softball Alvarez 4, North Salinas 1: Victoria Castillo had three hits, including a pair of doubles in Alvarez’s win over North Salinas. Aaliyah Robles homered for the Eagles. Kieley Ganaden had three hits while Alyssa Allen, Sofia Gombos and Stella Castillo all had two hits for North Salinas. Monte Vista 6, Stevenson 1: Samantha Baer had three hits as the Mustangs kept their Cypress Division title hopes alive. Briana Flower, Kendall McPhillips, Kristina Bravo and Isabella Vessey all had two hits for Monte Vista, who improved to 8-3 in league. Ellie Yamashita and Rachel Fadel each had two hits for Stevenson. Pacific Grove 11, Soledad 1: Parker Llantero went the distance in the circle, and had three hits at the plate in the Breakers win. Lyndsey Llantero had four hits for Pacific Grove while Jasmine Malone collected three hits and Nicole Machado a pair. Trinity 12, King City 2: Hannah Lopez struck out six in the Warriors win. Sara Hunt led the assault at the plate with four hits while April Vogelpohl had three hits and two RBI. Girls lacrosse Santa Catalina 16, Carmel 12: Ginny McNamara and Emma Underdown combined for nine goals and three assists in the Cougars win. McNamara had five goals and two assists while Underdown finished with four goals and one assist. Issy Brooker and Sarah Scheetz each collected three goals for Santa Catalina. Boys lacrosse Carmel 12, Palma 5: Luke Melcher, Jake Kasper and Jared Bethea each had three goals as the Padres are closer to a league title. Dakota Mornhinweg added two goals and an assist for Carmel while Spencer White had a goal and an assist. Bryce Fenwick was credited with 15 saves. Benjamin Lund, John Hoffmann, Mason Abrahams and Grant Gallaway were defensive standouts. Pacific Grove 16, Aptos 15: Parker McAnally collected eight goals as the Breakers edged the Mariners. Caleb Torres, Ben Minik and Dylan Maclaren all had four assists. Prep baseball Pacific Grove 6, Monte Vista 3: Daniel Rosas doubled and homered, scoring two runs as the Breakers knocked off Gabilan Division power Monte Vista in a non-league game. Josh Mares had three hits and knocked in three runs for Pacific Grove while Zach Lewis had two hits. Lewis and Hunter Hanes both scored two runs. Five different pitchers combined on a three hitter for the Breakers, with Connor Synsteby and Jackson Destefano each tossing two innings.      
25 Apr 19
Big Country Preps

I can’t help but compare a playoff bracket to a horse race, with the bi-district round serving as the starting gate.  There are favorites, there are possible surprises and there are longshots. And in the end, picking who has the best chance of hitting the finish line at the state tournament is part knowledge and […]

25 Apr 19
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25 Apr 19
ACALANES BLUEPRINT

By Ryan Owens, Online Sports Editor // The warmer weather might have had something to do with the smoking hot bats of the Acalanes Dons Tuesday, April 23.     The Dons scored in all but one inning and the pitching staff surrendered only one run as Acalanes cruised to a 10-1 victory over rival Campolindo […]

25 Apr 19
Update News Portal

0 of 10 Lynne Sladky/Associated Press The big day is here—almost. On Thursday night in Nashville, Tennessee, the 2019 NFL draft will commence. Commissioner Roger Goodell will step to the podium, the building will erupt in boos, Goodell will get things underway and then the Arizona Cardinals will be on the clock. From then through […]

25 Apr 19
Big Country Preps

When senior catcher Symone Gary looks into the future of Cooper softball, she sees a forecast so bright it’s blinding. Her only frustration is she won’t be around to experience it. With a college career ahead of her at Southwest Assemblies of God University, Gary has her own softball future to look forward to. But […]

25 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

The player of Cougars of the UNAM, Martín Rodríguez is not living his best moment football since he arrived Bruno Marioni The bench has lost minutes and now he will lose something more after an imminent break in his courtship with the Chilean model; Alejandra Valdés. According to information from Diario AS Méxio, the reason […]

25 Apr 19
NESN.com

[nesn_embed service=dailymotion src=”https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x76ikeo” width=”480″ height=”270″] The spotlight is expected to be on Kyler Murray on Thursday when he enters the 2019 NFL Draft as the favorite to be selected first overall, set as a short -350 wager at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. The 2018 Heisman Trophy winner enjoyed a breakthrough campaign at the helm of […]