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23 Feb 19
Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News

BIG SKY, Mont. (AP) — A 9-year-old boy died after hitting a tree at a ski resort in southwest Montana. Gallatin County sheriff’s officials say the Carlisle, Massachusetts, boy’s father reported him missing near the junction of two intermediate runs at Big Sky Resort on Tuesday afternoon. The boy was found in a tree well […]

23 Feb 19
Clark Resse

The final week at Whitman was cancelled after the Big Bad Wolf’s visit. But Dahlia returns to school to prepare for the 50th Anniversary.

And of course, quiet nights are not granted to the wicked.

23 Feb 19
talkSPORT
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino is facing the prospect of an FA charge over his conduct against Burnley. The Spurs boss flew into a rage with referee Mike Dean following the final whistle of their 2-1 defeat at Turf Moor. Jesus Perez furiously points at Mike Dean Pochettino was held back by some of his staff while assistant Jesus Perez also jabbed at the official following an exchange of words which appeared to enrage the away coaches. Neither the Argentine boss, nor Dean, would reveal what was said between the two, with a comment from the official appearing to spark Pochettino’s rage. But, according to Sky Sports, the referee has confirmed he will be including the moment in his match report. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL STORIES” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Depending what has been said by Dean, the Tottenham manager could find himself in hot water with the Football Association and facing either a fine or possible even a touchline ban. It was a match full of controversy with the first two goals both disputed by both teams, while Phil Bardsley could have seen red for a lunge on Danny Rose who appeared to be targeted by the hosts with Jeff Hendrick also getting away with a late challenge on him.
23 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
CHRIS EUBANK JR continues his comeback with a super-middleweight showdown against James DeGale. After his WBSS defeat to George Groves last year, Eubank is back on the world title hunt as he fights Chunky in London for the IBO title. Groves’ former opponents DeGale and Eubank Jr fight on Saturday night on ITV How can I watch DeGale vs Eubank undercard for free? THERE’s a packed supporting cast ahead of the main event at the O2 Arena. And you can catch an hour’s worth of action completely FREE. ITV4 will be broadcasting fights between 6pm and 7pm before the evening becomes a pay-per-view event. Sebastien Eubank, Andre Sterling, Lee Selby and Joe Joyce all feature on a packed undercard. Eubank Jr’s reputation took a beating in the defeat against George Groves Which TV channel can I watch the main event on? FIGHT NIGHT is a pay-per-view event for ITV Box Office and costs £19.95. You can access on Sky and Virgin Media, whilst the action can also be bought and streamed online using TVPlayer.com. Head to the website and create a free account, where you can then purchase the fight. SunSport’s prediction By Jack Figg WHEN deciding a winner, a key factor to this fight is it’s James DeGale’s to lose – as he holds the superior skillset, but it depends how much he has left to give. For me, DeGale’s natural size and boxing experience will be enough to outbox a natural middleweight in Chris Eubank Jr. I believe DeGale is a level above Eubank, as he is a former world champion and Olympic gold medalist – compared to his opponents less accomplished career. DeGale has evidently slowed down in his last two fights, meaning style-wise a fighter like Eubank could expose this with speed, combination punching and activity. But coming in as a small man means he may not be able to deploy these tactics – while Eubank has struggled to showcase the footwork and jab needed to get into the all important mid-range. I see DeGale controlling the range enough to outbox an improved Eubank, who will flurry and cause problems at times – but not enough to out-do the previous smart fighting of “Chunky” Although, I do believe a good performance from Eubank can see him drop down to middleweight and still campaign for world title glory, but a poor showing tomorrow and many will lose belief. Whereas for DeGale, even a split-decision loss or mighty close defeat should spell the end for him – as he has nothing left to prove, unlike Eubank. Sun Sport verdict: James DeGale points win [article-rail-section title=”SPORT LATEST” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /]
23 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
CHRIS EUBANK JR continues his comeback with a super-middleweight showdown against James DeGale. After his WBSS defeat to George Groves last year, Eubank is back on the world title hunt as he fights Chunky in London for the IBO title. Groves’ former opponents DeGale and Eubank Jr fight on Saturday night on ITV How can I watch DeGale vs Eubank undercard for free? THERE’s a packed supporting cast ahead of the main event at the O2 Arena. And you can catch an hour’s worth of action completely FREE. ITV4 will be broadcasting fights between 6pm and 7pm before the evening becomes a pay-per-view event. Sebastien Eubank, Andre Sterling, Lee Selby and Joe Joyce all feature on a packed undercard. Eubank Jr’s reputation took a beating in the defeat against George Groves Which TV channel can I watch the main event on? FIGHT NIGHT is a pay-per-view event for ITV Box Office and costs £19.95. You can access on Sky and Virgin Media, whilst the action can also be bought and streamed online using TVPlayer.com. Head to the website and create a free account, where you can then purchase the fight. SunSport’s prediction By Jack Figg WHEN deciding a winner, a key factor to this fight is it’s James DeGale’s to lose – as he holds the superior skillset, but it depends how much he has left to give. For me, DeGale’s natural size and boxing experience will be enough to outbox a natural middleweight in Chris Eubank Jr. I believe DeGale is a level above Eubank, as he is a former world champion and Olympic gold medalist – compared to his opponents less accomplished career. DeGale has evidently slowed down in his last two fights, meaning style-wise a fighter like Eubank could expose this with speed, combination punching and activity. But coming in as a small man means he may not be able to deploy these tactics – while Eubank has struggled to showcase the footwork and jab needed to get into the all important mid-range. I see DeGale controlling the range enough to outbox an improved Eubank, who will flurry and cause problems at times – but not enough to out-do the previous smart fighting of “Chunky” Although, I do believe a good performance from Eubank can see him drop down to middleweight and still campaign for world title glory, but a poor showing tomorrow and many will lose belief. Whereas for DeGale, even a split-decision loss or mighty close defeat should spell the end for him – as he has nothing left to prove, unlike Eubank. Sun Sport verdict: James DeGale points win [article-rail-section title=”SPORT LATEST” posts_category=”4″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /]
23 Feb 19
The Sun
CHRIS EUBANK JR continues his comeback with a super-middleweight showdown against James DeGale. After his WBSS defeat to George Groves last year, Eubank is back on the world title hunt as he fights Chunky in London for the IBO title. Groves’ former opponents DeGale and Eubank Jr fight on Saturday night on ITV How can I watch DeGale vs Eubank undercard for free? THERE’s a packed supporting cast ahead of the main event at the O2 Arena. And you can catch an hour’s worth of action completely FREE. ITV4 will be broadcasting fights between 6pm and 7pm before the evening becomes a pay-per-view event. Sebastien Eubank, Andre Sterling, Lee Selby and Joe Joyce all feature on a packed undercard. Eubank Jr’s reputation took a beating in the defeat against George Groves Which TV channel can I watch the main event on? FIGHT NIGHT is a pay-per-view event for ITV Box Office and costs £19.95. You can access on Sky and Virgin Media, whilst the action can also be bought and streamed online using TVPlayer.com. Head to the website and create a free account, where you can then purchase the fight. SunSport’s prediction By Jack Figg WHEN deciding a winner, a key factor to this fight is it’s James DeGale’s to lose – as he holds the superior skillset, but it depends how much he has left to give. For me, DeGale’s natural size and boxing experience will be enough to outbox a natural middleweight in Chris Eubank Jr. I believe DeGale is a level above Eubank, as he is a former world champion and Olympic gold medalist – compared to his opponents less accomplished career. DeGale has evidently slowed down in his last two fights, meaning style-wise a fighter like Eubank could expose this with speed, combination punching and activity. But coming in as a small man means he may not be able to deploy these tactics – while Eubank has struggled to showcase the footwork and jab needed to get into the all important mid-range. I see DeGale controlling the range enough to outbox an improved Eubank, who will flurry and cause problems at times – but not enough to out-do the previous smart fighting of “Chunky” Although, I do believe a good performance from Eubank can see him drop down to middleweight and still campaign for world title glory, but a poor showing tomorrow and many will lose belief. Whereas for DeGale, even a split-decision loss or mighty close defeat should spell the end for him – as he has nothing left to prove, unlike Eubank. Sun Sport verdict: James DeGale points win [article-rail-section title=”SPORT LATEST” posts_category=”321″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /]
23 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
JAMES GALLAGHER plans to put the past to bed tonight. And he insists he will not lose any sleep over what the future holds. James Gallagher wants to show he’s learned from his mistakes in Bellator 217 main event The Straight Blast Gym bantamweight headlines Bellator 217 in Dublin, ­taking on American Steven Graham at the 3Arena. His last outing was an unexpected first-round defeat to Ricky Bandejas in South Dakota last August. ‘The Strabanimal’, 22, told SunSport: “The best advice you can get is advice from yourself. “I took a look at myself in the mirror and I figured out what I need to do to get where I want to be. Gallagher suffered a surprise first round defeat in his last outing “I told myself, ‘Don’t f***ing lift your head until you’re at that point’, and that’s exactly what I did — I went and I worked my b*****ks off. “Now I’m main event in my home country and I’m going to show the mistakes that I learned from the last outing.” Gallagher (7-1), who had his first amateur fight at 13, had long been talked about in terms of his potential but the Bandejas defeat meant he has been questioned. He added: “I feel like since I’ve been 13 everybody’s been saying, ‘You’re the future, what’s in the future?’ “I’m 22 years old, in the main event, there’s 8,600 tickets sold, I’m enjoying this. I’m not looking into the future — I’m looking at my opponent and I’m going to go out and beat him.” Kansas 28-year-old Graham (5-3) is on a four-fight win streak and had never left American soil until he jetted out for these shores on Monday. And Gallagher said: “They’re all dangerous. A confident man standing in front of you with two fists closed ready to come at you is dangerous.” In the co-main event, Peter Queally takes on Team Ryano lightweight Myles Price. Waterford native Queally (11-4) has branded Kilkenny’s Price (7-1) a traitor for training at the home of Khabib Nurmagomedov, AKA gym in San Diego, ahead of his bout with Conor McGregor. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN SPORT” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] But ex-SBG man Price told SunSport: “I messaged AKA before I went to find out if it was OK that I went over, because I was Irish and I didn’t want to come across like I was a spy. I went over to improve myself.” Queally, who co-runs an SBG gym in Naas, said: “I’ve never had a problem with Myles. The only problem I have with Myles is what he did. People know what he did. And he knows that’s wrong. As a fighter, I respect him.” l WATCH Bellator 217: Gallagher vs. ­Graham live on Sky Sports Main Event and Action tonight from 9pm. ­Preliminary bouts will stream globally on the Bellator Mobile App.
23 Feb 19
ProSoccerTalk

Pochettino and his staff were apoplectic with rage at the final whistle. Find out why.

23 Feb 19
High Velocity Sport

Officials slated on social media over Burnley and Tottenham goals https://ift.tt/2VhQ5Hb Burnley 2-Tottenham 1 Burnley hosted Tottenham in Saturday’s early kick-off. Burnley were undefeated in their last five league games heading into the game. However, the Clarets were 15th in the league and dangerously close to the relegation zone. As for Tottenham, they had won […]

23 Feb 19
High Velocity Sport

Officials slated on social media over Burnley and Tottenham goals https://ift.tt/2VhQ5Hb Burnley 2-Tottenham 1 Burnley hosted Tottenham in Saturday’s early kick-off. Burnley were undefeated in their last five league games heading into the game. However, the Clarets were 15th in the league and dangerously close to the relegation zone. As for Tottenham, they had won […]

23 Feb 19
Arcynewsy

The German record champion asks the old lady to dance. Berliners come with a wide chest: the Bundesliga match in the live ticker. Bayern Munich – Hertha BSC 0: 0 (- :-), Saturday, 15.30 clock Bayern Monaco: New – Kimmich, Sun, Boateng, Alaba – Martinez, Goretzka – James – Gnabry, Lewandowski, Riberybank: Ulreich, Thiago, Rafinha, […]

23 Feb 19
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23 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
HUNDREDS of mourners gathered for the funeral of “pure and innocent” Abbie McLaren who was killed in a horror crash. The 12-year-old’s devastated family were joined by friends and classmates for a purple-themed service to honour the schoolgirl “who didn’t have a bad bone in her body”. Abbie’s funeral was held in Motherwell They packed into Crosshill Parish Church in Motherwell, Lanarkshire, where a touching farewell service was held for the youngster. Rev Gavin Black, who knew the schoolgirl well, told mourners: “We gather here with our broken hearts, we gather here with a sense of unbelief. “We gather here in grief but we gather to remember Abbie. “We gather to remember the way that she lived. And she lived a remarkable life even although it was cut short.” Abbie’s white coffin was surrounded by floral tributes spelling out her name and “daughter” – accompanied by a pink butterfly and teddy bear. The emotional service included poems about butterflies and some of Abbie’s favourite songs, including popstar Pink’s version of ‘A Million Dreams’ taken from the hit musical The Greatest Showman. Mourners watched a slideshow with photographs of Abbie’s life, featuring selfies, precious moments with loved ones and adventures with pals. Abbie died after being hit by a car Speaking on behalf of Abbie’s sister Skye, her older cousin Amber then paid an emotional tribute to the youngster. She said: “Abbie was not only my sister, she was my best friend. “She would always manage to put a smile on my face. She was intelligent, funny, beautiful and the kindest person I knew. “She was also so pure and innocent – not a single bade bone in her body. She didn’t deserve this, especially not her. “She wanted to be an actress or whatever. She could never make her mind up. The funeral was held in Motherwell “She was kind of a weirdo but that’s the person she was. She was my weirdo of a sister and I will love her forever and always. “She may be gone but she will never be forgotten.” Her words received a round of applause from mourners. They included pupils from Dalziel High School where Abbie had been in first year as well as pals from Glencairn Primary School. Rev Black went on recall memories and accounts from Abbie’s time at school. He said she was a “great girl” and “super pupil” who was loved by teachers and classmates for her “smile” and “kindness”. Tributes were paid to the schoolgirl She was also praised for her “enthusiasm” and “honesty”. Abbie was known for her volunteer work, participation in school sports, plays and the pupil council where she “gave it her all”. Rev Black said: “She was a friend to many children at school – a super role model – and her peers and her buddies loved her. Dad of tragic Motherwell schoolgirl Abbie McLaren ‘was in car that killed his own daughter’ “We will all remember Abbie for the beautiful and kind girl that she was. “And, of course, her family are in everyone’s thoughts. “Abbie was star that will continue to shine brightly in everyone’s life for the amazing person she was and is.” Rev Black added: “In a world where there is so much evil, where so many bad things and people exist, why would one so innocent and beautiful have to die? “Although her life was short, the love that she shared with others was outstanding.” Some of Abbie’s favourite songs played at the funeral service included ‘Brother and Sister’ by Nightcore and ‘Dancing In the Sky’ by Dani and Lizzy. The service concluded with ‘Hallelujah’ by Pentatonix. Abbie’s coffin was then taken out of the church for a private burial service at Airbles Cemetery in Motherwell. Mourners, who had been asked to wear her favourite colour purple were encouraged to make donations to the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity. Abbie was injured after getting off a bus near her home on February 12. She was rushed to the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow but could not be saved. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”76″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] She died later at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow. The cousin of Abbie’s dad, Martin McGuire, 38, has appeared in court charged with causing the death of the school girl by dangerous driving without a licence. He made no plea and was remanded in custody. Last week, 300 people took in a torchlight procession to highlight road safety concerns in Motherwell. [bc_video video_id=”6000018870001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Neighbours hold candlelit vigil for four children who died in house fire in Stafford”] We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200
23 Feb 19
Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News

A wintry mix will pass through Massachusetts late Saturday night into Sunday morning before strong, potentially damaging winds move in on Monday. Saturday will be a beautiful day with sunny skies and temperatures in the 40s but a system packing snow, sleet, and freezing rain will make for slick travel conditions early Sunday before transitioning […]