Undefeated

23 Jan 19
Servinio's Sports Etc.

     PASIG CITY – The battle of two undefeated teams turned out to be a walk in the park for Centro Escolar University as they handed University of Luzon its first loss at the 26th National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) Wednesday at the Saint Joseph Gymnasium of Pasig Catholic College.  Final score was 98-70 […]

23 Jan 19
The Irish Sun
LAST night the superstars of SmackDown LIVE cranked up the excitement with even more drama and action ahead of this Sunday’s Royal Rumble pay-per-view. Here are five things we learned from SmackDown: Charlotte Flair proved she is The Queen of stirring things up WWE officials struggle to break up Asuka and Becky Lynch Charlotte is The Queen of stirring things up SmackDown kicked off with a Becky Lynch v Asuka showdown – but it was Charlotte Flair who stole the moment. The Queen interrupted their face-off to assess the top female contenders heading into Royal Rumble. She said she’s beaten Sasha Banks so many times she’s lost count, she beat the holy hell out of Ronda Rousey at Survivor Series, and ended Asuka’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania. And though Becky may have owned her in recent months, Charlotte said: “I have owned this division the last four years.” Charlotte then stood back and smirked as Asuka attacked Becky from behind, which turned into a fun pull-apart brawl between the Royal Rumble opponents. WWE officials tried to separate them as they scrapped around ringside and fans chanted for Becky. And “The Man” got the upper hand when she launched a flying clothesline onto Asuka from the announce table. Daniel Bryan called WWE owner Vince McMahon a parasite in a memorable promo Daniel Bryan hides behind Vince McMahon to avoid an attack from AJ Styles Daniel Bryan thinks Vince McMahon is a parasite Mr McMahon was set to host a face-to-face confrontation between WWE Champion Daniel Bryan and challenger AJ Styles – but Bryan refused to step inside the ring. Instead he cut another scathing promo on AJ Styles for helping sell fattening hot dogs and plastic merchandise. When Vince demanded the champ get in the ring, Bryan directed his anger at Vince. He said: “You and the entire baby boomer generation are the great parasites of this world. “You take, you take, you take and you give nothing back, putting profits above the people and the planet every time. YOUR TIME IS UP John Cena huge doubt for Royal Rumble as WWE legend suffers ankle injury “And they bow to you… while you conceal from them all the environmental and economic debt you’ve created, they’ve become satisfied with trading Instagram likes and Facebook messages.” Bryan is the best promo in WWE and is presumably writing his own material – this is leagues ahead of what WWE’s script writers usually serve up each week. AJ rushed out to attacked Bryan at ringside, but when Bryan eventually got into the ring he foiled AJ’s phenomenal forearm attempt by hiding behind Vince. Bryan then laid out AJ with a running knee. What a segment this was. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST WWE NEWS” posts_category=”34″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] The Bar have evened the score against Shane and Miz Last week Shane O’Mac and The Miz – AKA “The Best Team in the World” – humiliated The Bar when Miz beat Sheamus one-on-one and then splatted both Sheamus and Cesaro’s faces with birthday cake. It was a different story last night when Miz faced Cesaro – Sheamus got involved on the outside, helping Cesaro hit Miz with the Neutraliser for a quick win. Shane attacked Sheamus with his laughable flurry of punches, but The Bar took control when Shane went for his trademark elbow but Sheamus pushed him off the top rope (At one point Miz threw himself on Shane to protect his partner – so WWE’s most hateable heel is now a proper babyface?!) The Bar laid out Miz on the announce desk and then dropped Shane onto Miz and through the table. But something tells us The Best Team in the World will have the final word when they challenge for The Bar’s tag titles this Sunday… Mandy Rose claimed the bragging rights over Naomi thanks to her pal Sonya DeVille Naomi hits Mandy Rose with a slap around the face Mandy Rose is 1-0 over Naomi The controversial storyline between Mandy Rose and Naomi – which has seen Mandy try to break up Naomi and Jimmy Uso’s marriage – finally got in the ring last night. But Naomi didn’t get her revenge – not yet at least. Sonya Deville caused a distraction on the outside, which allowed Mandy to push Naomi into the ring post and get the three count. Expect them to have another showdown in the women’s Rumble match. The Bar left Shane McMahon and The Miz laid out ahead of their Royal Rumble showdown Rey Mysterio and Andrade put on another wrestling clinic for SmackDown viewers Randy Orton hit Samoa Joe with an RKO to close out SmackDown Rey Mysterio and Andrade have done it again (even if Samoa Joe and Randy Orton spoiled it) Last week’s Mysterio v Andrade match was the talk of the wrestling world – so last night they went at it one more time in a 2-out-of-3-falls match. And once again it was sensation stuff. Andrade got the first fall with a stunning powerbomb from the top rope and Mysterio scored one back with a sunset flip powerbomb that spiked Andrade right on his head. The level of innovation Rey is churning out after 20-odd years in the business is a sight to behold – and these kinds of matches with surely placate Andrade, who is rumoured to be unhappy in WWE. But Samoa Joe – who’d already defeated Mustafa Ali earlier in the night – barged in to attack both Rey and Andrade to make it a no contest. Joe got on the mic afterwards and sent a warning to the other 29 competitors in the Royal Rumble. But there was one more surprise yet to come. Two-time Rumble winner Randy Orton sneaked up behind Joe and hit an RKO to end the show. [boxout headline=”WRESTLEMANIA 35 – How can you be there?” featured-image=”3445242″]ALL rise for The Showcase Of The Immortals! WWE’s annual showpiece WrestleMania takes place next year on April 7 from the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, but when can you get tickets for it? And what is the best way to get there from the UK? Click here to find out all you need to know so you can start planning your trip. 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23 Jan 19
The Scottish Sun
LAST night the superstars of SmackDown LIVE cranked up the excitement with even more drama and action ahead of this Sunday’s Royal Rumble pay-per-view. Here are five things we learned from SmackDown: Charlotte Flair proved she is The Queen of stirring things up WWE officials struggle to break up Asuka and Becky Lynch Charlotte is The Queen of stirring things up SmackDown kicked off with a Becky Lynch v Asuka showdown – but it was Charlotte Flair who stole the moment. The Queen interrupted their face-off to assess the top female contenders heading into Royal Rumble. She said she’s beaten Sasha Banks so many times she’s lost count, she beat the holy hell out of Ronda Rousey at Survivor Series, and ended Asuka’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania. And though Becky may have owned her in recent months, Charlotte said: “I have owned this division the last four years.” Charlotte then stood back and smirked as Asuka attacked Becky from behind, which turned into a fun pull-apart brawl between the Royal Rumble opponents. WWE officials tried to separate them as they scrapped around ringside and fans chanted for Becky. And “The Man” got the upper hand when she launched a flying clothesline onto Asuka from the announce table. Daniel Bryan called WWE owner Vince McMahon a parasite in a memorable promo Daniel Bryan hides behind Vince McMahon to avoid an attack from AJ Styles Daniel Bryan thinks Vince McMahon is a parasite Mr McMahon was set to host a face-to-face confrontation between WWE Champion Daniel Bryan and challenger AJ Styles – but Bryan refused to step inside the ring. Instead he cut another scathing promo on AJ Styles for helping sell fattening hot dogs and plastic merchandise. When Vince demanded the champ get in the ring, Bryan directed his anger at Vince. He said: “You and the entire baby boomer generation are the great parasites of this world. “You take, you take, you take and you give nothing back, putting profits above the people and the planet every time. YOUR TIME IS UP John Cena huge doubt for Royal Rumble as WWE legend suffers ankle injury “And they bow to you… while you conceal from them all the environmental and economic debt you’ve created, they’ve become satisfied with trading Instagram likes and Facebook messages.” Bryan is the best promo in WWE and is presumably writing his own material – this is leagues ahead of what WWE’s script writers usually serve up each week. AJ rushed out to attacked Bryan at ringside, but when Bryan eventually got into the ring he foiled AJ’s phenomenal forearm attempt by hiding behind Vince. Bryan then laid out AJ with a running knee. What a segment this was. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST WWE NEWS” posts_category=”23″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] The Bar have evened the score against Shane and Miz Last week Shane O’Mac and The Miz – AKA “The Best Team in the World” – humiliated The Bar when Miz beat Sheamus one-on-one and then splatted both Sheamus and Cesaro’s faces with birthday cake. It was a different story last night when Miz faced Cesaro – Sheamus got involved on the outside, helping Cesaro hit Miz with the Neutraliser for a quick win. Shane attacked Sheamus with his laughable flurry of punches, but The Bar took control when Shane went for his trademark elbow but Sheamus pushed him off the top rope (At one point Miz threw himself on Shane to protect his partner – so WWE’s most hateable heel is now a proper babyface?!) The Bar laid out Miz on the announce desk and then dropped Shane onto Miz and through the table. But something tells us The Best Team in the World will have the final word when they challenge for The Bar’s tag titles this Sunday… Mandy Rose claimed the bragging rights over Naomi thanks to her pal Sonya DeVille Naomi hits Mandy Rose with a slap around the face Mandy Rose is 1-0 over Naomi The controversial storyline between Mandy Rose and Naomi – which has seen Mandy try to break up Naomi and Jimmy Uso’s marriage – finally got in the ring last night. But Naomi didn’t get her revenge – not yet at least. Sonya Deville caused a distraction on the outside, which allowed Mandy to push Naomi into the ring post and get the three count. Expect them to have another showdown in the women’s Rumble match. The Bar left Shane McMahon and The Miz laid out ahead of their Royal Rumble showdown Rey Mysterio and Andrade put on another wrestling clinic for SmackDown viewers Randy Orton hit Samoa Joe with an RKO to close out SmackDown Rey Mysterio and Andrade have done it again (even if Samoa Joe and Randy Orton spoiled it) Last week’s Mysterio v Andrade match was the talk of the wrestling world – so last night they went at it one more time in a 2-out-of-3-falls match. And once again it was sensation stuff. Andrade got the first fall with a stunning powerbomb from the top rope and Mysterio scored one back with a sunset flip powerbomb that spiked Andrade right on his head. The level of innovation Rey is churning out after 20-odd years in the business is a sight to behold – and these kinds of matches with surely placate Andrade, who is rumoured to be unhappy in WWE. But Samoa Joe – who’d already defeated Mustafa Ali earlier in the night – barged in to attack both Rey and Andrade to make it a no contest. Joe got on the mic afterwards and sent a warning to the other 29 competitors in the Royal Rumble. But there was one more surprise yet to come. Two-time Rumble winner Randy Orton sneaked up behind Joe and hit an RKO to end the show. [boxout headline=”WRESTLEMANIA 35 – How can you be there?” featured-image=”3548026″]ALL rise for The Showcase Of The Immortals! WWE’s annual showpiece WrestleMania takes place next year on April 7 from the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, but when can you get tickets for it? And what is the best way to get there from the UK? Click here to find out all you need to know so you can start planning your trip. [/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”5990914568001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”WWE star Ronda Rousey reveals why she’s starring in the incredibly gory Mortal Kombat 11″]
23 Jan 19
The Sun
LAST night the superstars of SmackDown LIVE cranked up the excitement with even more drama and action ahead of this Sunday’s Royal Rumble pay-per-view. Here are five things we learned from SmackDown: Charlotte Flair proved she is The Queen of stirring things up WWE officials struggle to break up Asuka and Becky Lynch Charlotte is The Queen of stirring things up SmackDown kicked off with a Becky Lynch v Asuka showdown – but it was Charlotte Flair who stole the moment. The Queen interrupted their face-off to assess the top female contenders heading into Royal Rumble. She said she’s beaten Sasha Banks so many times she’s lost count, she beat the holy hell out of Ronda Rousey at Survivor Series, and ended Asuka’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania. And though Becky may have owned her in recent months, Charlotte said: “I have owned this division the last four years.” Charlotte then stood back and smirked as Asuka attacked Becky from behind, which turned into a fun pull-apart brawl between the Royal Rumble opponents. WWE officials tried to separate them as they scrapped around ringside and fans chanted for Becky. And “The Man” got the upper hand when she launched a flying clothesline onto Asuka from the announce table. Daniel Bryan called WWE owner Vince McMahon a parasite in a memorable promo Daniel Bryan hides behind Vince McMahon to avoid an attack from AJ Styles Daniel Bryan thinks Vince McMahon is a parasite Mr McMahon was set to host a face-to-face confrontation between WWE Champion Daniel Bryan and challenger AJ Styles – but Bryan refused to step inside the ring. Instead he cut another scathing promo on AJ Styles for helping sell fattening hot dogs and plastic merchandise. When Vince demanded the champ get in the ring, Bryan directed his anger at Vince. He said: “You and the entire baby boomer generation are the great parasites of this world. “You take, you take, you take and you give nothing back, putting profits above the people and the planet every time. YOUR TIME IS UP John Cena huge doubt for Royal Rumble as WWE legend suffers ankle injury “And they bow to you… while you conceal from them all the environmental and economic debt you’ve created, they’ve become satisfied with trading Instagram likes and Facebook messages.” Bryan is the best promo in WWE and is presumably writing his own material – this is leagues ahead of what WWE’s script writers usually serve up each week. AJ rushed out to attacked Bryan at ringside, but when Bryan eventually got into the ring he foiled AJ’s phenomenal forearm attempt by hiding behind Vince. Bryan then laid out AJ with a running knee. What a segment this was. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST WWE NEWS” posts_category=”329″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] The Bar have evened the score against Shane and Miz Last week Shane O’Mac and The Miz – AKA “The Best Team in the World” – humiliated The Bar when Miz beat Sheamus one-on-one and then splatted both Sheamus and Cesaro’s faces with birthday cake. It was a different story last night when Miz faced Cesaro – Sheamus got involved on the outside, helping Cesaro hit Miz with the Neutraliser for a quick win. Shane attacked Sheamus with his laughable flurry of punches, but The Bar took control when Shane went for his trademark elbow but Sheamus pushed him off the top rope (At one point Miz threw himself on Shane to protect his partner – so WWE’s most hateable heel is now a proper babyface?!) The Bar laid out Miz on the announce desk and then dropped Shane onto Miz and through the table. But something tells us The Best Team in the World will have the final word when they challenge for The Bar’s tag titles this Sunday… Mandy Rose claimed the bragging rights over Naomi thanks to her pal Sonya DeVille Naomi hits Mandy Rose with a slap around the face Mandy Rose is 1-0 over Naomi The controversial storyline between Mandy Rose and Naomi – which has seen Mandy try to break up Naomi and Jimmy Uso’s marriage – finally got in the ring last night. But Naomi didn’t get her revenge – not yet at least. Sonya Deville caused a distraction on the outside, which allowed Mandy to push Naomi into the ring post and get the three count. Expect them to have another showdown in the women’s Rumble match. The Bar left Shane McMahon and The Miz laid out ahead of their Royal Rumble showdown Rey Mysterio and Andrade put on another wrestling clinic for SmackDown viewers Randy Orton hit Samoa Joe with an RKO to close out SmackDown Rey Mysterio and Andrade have done it again (even if Samoa Joe and Randy Orton spoiled it) Last week’s Mysterio v Andrade match was the talk of the wrestling world – so last night they went at it one more time in a 2-out-of-3-falls match. And once again it was sensation stuff. Andrade got the first fall with a stunning powerbomb from the top rope and Mysterio scored one back with a sunset flip powerbomb that spiked Andrade right on his head. The level of innovation Rey is churning out after 20-odd years in the business is a sight to behold – and these kinds of matches with surely placate Andrade, who is rumoured to be unhappy in WWE. But Samoa Joe – who’d already defeated Mustafa Ali earlier in the night – barged in to attack both Rey and Andrade to make it a no contest. Joe got on the mic afterwards and sent a warning to the other 29 competitors in the Royal Rumble. But there was one more surprise yet to come. Two-time Rumble winner Randy Orton sneaked up behind Joe and hit an RKO to end the show. [boxout headline=”WRESTLEMANIA 35 – How can you be there?” featured-image=”7842444″]ALL rise for The Showcase Of The Immortals! WWE’s annual showpiece WrestleMania takes place next year on April 7 from the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, but when can you get tickets for it? And what is the best way to get there from the UK? Click here to find out all you need to know so you can start planning your trip. 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23 Jan 19
Now Boxing

It looks like the U.S. return of eight-division world champion Manny ‘Pacman’ Pacquiao against Adrien ‘The Problem’ Broner was a success on SHOWTIME PPV.

23 Jan 19
Lake County Record-Bee
CLOVERDALE — The Middletown Mustangs needed a boost on Tuesday night and they got it from an unexpected source in the sense that he wasn’t expected to play. Andres Cervantes, who went down with what was feared to be a season-ending knee injury in a 73-52 loss to Clear Lake on Friday night in Lakeport, not only suited up for the Mustangs but he started and scored a team-high 21 points in Middletown’s dramatic 68-67 overtime victory over the Cloverdale Eagles at Cloverdale. Cervantes wasn’t even around by game’s end. He was one of three Middletown players to foul out before teammate Will Chastain sank a free throw to complete a three-point play with 2.9 seconds left in overtime to give the Mustangs (7-1 league, 14-5 overall) a come-from-behind win that keeps them just one game behind Clear Lake in the NCL I standings. “Perseverance pays,” Middletown head coach G.J. Rockwell said of his team’s biggest win of the season to date. “This keeps ourselves in a position to do something,” Rockwell said with an eye toward Middletown’s Feb. 7 league finale against Clear Lake in Middletown. “What a game.” Middletown trailed Cloverdale by as many as 14 points in the first half, by 10 points late in the fourth quarter and by five points in overtime. The Mustangs were down 67-65 in the final seconds of the overtime when Chastain drove the lane, scored and was fouled. His tie-breaking free throw was anything but routine as it hit the back of the iron, bounced up into the air almost as high as the backboard and then settled gently into the net to snap the 67-all score. “That gym was roaring until the ball dropped into the net,” Rockwell said. “After that you could of heard a mouse fart in that place.” Cervantes’ injury was diagnosed as a knee sprain with an accompanying deep and painful bruise. Rockwell said he didn’t know if his leading scorer on the season could go until right before game time. He fouled out early in the fourth quarter, but not before scoring 21 points and pulling down seven rebounds. His brother, Sam Cervantes, followed him to the bench after fouling out in the overtime. Will Aden (11 points) also fouled out in the overtime. “And they (Eagles) still had everybody,” Rockwell said. “My bench guys were awesome.” One of Middletown’s reserves, Guy Boyd, finished with 12 points, 10 of those coming during a 22-point Mustangs second quarter. There were plenty of other heroes as well. Middletown trailed by 10 points with three minutes remaining in the fourth quarter but battled back to tie the game on a Jimmy Rockwell 3-pointer with 17 seconds left. Cloverdale had plenty of time to win the game, but the Eagles committed a turnover with nine seconds to go. “We had a good look, missed the shot but pulled down the offensive rebound and had another shot (that missed),” Rockwell said as time in regulation expired. Cloverdale immediately jumped out to a five-point lead in the overtime before Middletown again rallied, capped by Chastain’s game-winning three-point play. Noah Brown also had nine points for the Mustangs in the win. Rockwell had six, all on 3-pointers. “And they were both huge,” Rockwell said of his nephew’s two treys. Middletown’s defense limited Cloverdale’s big man, Josh Lemley, to 11 points. “Our post defense did a great job,” Rockwell said of players such as Aden, Rockwell, Andres Cervantes and Nash Field. “They all took turns guarding him because we were in foul trouble.” In junior varsity action, Middletown led 13-0 after one quarter and cruised to a 42-29 league victory over the Cloverdale Eagles. The Mustangs (5-3) led 26-8 at halftime. Lucas Dacosta scored 10 points to lead Middletown, Jorge Fonseca chipped in nine while Luke Hoogendoorn and Justin Hollingsworth added six points apiece. Middletown’s teams are home on Friday to play St. Helena. In other boys basketball action Tuesday: Clear Lake 70, Kelseyville 58 At Lakeport, the Clear Lake Cardinals continued their red-hot winning ways with a victory over the Kelseyville Knights, who certainly made a game of it behind a season-best 26 points, including seven 3-pointers, from Bodhi Baird. “As soon as he got across halfcourt he was in range on a couple of those,” Clear Lake head coach Scott De Leon said of Baird, who buried a handful of his treys from well behind the 3-point arc. Clear Lake (8-0, 18-2) didn’t play its best game of the season or anything close to it, according to De Leon, but the Cardinals rode another balanced scoring night to a ninth straight victory. “It’s a rivalry game, so it really doesn’t matter who has what record,” De Leon said. “Kelseyville certainly played us hard tonight and they played hard for four quarters.” Clear Lake led 17-6 after one quarter and extended its lead to 37-20 by halftime, but Kelseyville (1-7, 4-16) closed the gap to 48-38 after three quarters. “We came out flat in the third quarter … we were missing point-blank layups,” De Leon said. “We shot the ball better in the fourth quarter and did enough to win.” “Lakeport is tough to prepare for,” Kelseyville head coach Gus Schillinger said. “They run a lot of offensive sets. There are just too many different plays they can run.” Schillinger said Clear Lake’s size in the front court also gives them a distinct advantage over the smaller Knights while their bench depth allows them to keep quality players on the floor at all times. “Coach De Leon and his staff did a great job,” he added. On Baird’s big night, Schillinger said he was pleased but not surprised. “He puts a ton of time in during the offseason honing his craft,” Schillinger said. “He’s in the gym all the time.” Jaron Mertle’s 14 points and eight rebounds powered the Cardinals while Darius Ford added 11 points, Rodrigo Lupercio 10, Preston Jones nine and TJ Marcks and Tyler Cerini eight apiece. After Baird’s 26 points, the next highest scorers for Kelseyville were Nik Helms with eight and Tyler Linnell with six. In the JV game, the Kelseyville Knights held a 27-21 halftime lead but the Clear Lake Cardinals used a 21-8 third quarter to turn the tide and beat Kelseyville 52-40 to remain undefeated in league play at 8-0. “They were playing better than us in the first half,” Clear Lake coach Phil Psamonds said. The Cardinals, now 17-2 overall, were led by Treppa Marcks with 19 points, Donovan Valadez with 15 and Keanu Ford added 11. Jaalon Terry’s 15 points paced Kelseyville. Cory Holt, the target of a Clear Lake box-and-one defense, and Carson Mayo each had seven points. St. Helena 69, Lower Lake 64 (OT) At St. Helena, the slumping Lower Lake Trojans fell to 2-6 in league play and 10-10 overall with an overtime road loss to the St. Helena Saints. It was the second game for the Trojans since former head coach Tim Biasotti resigned his position citing differences with the high school administration. Biasotti, who was in his second stint as Lower Lake’s varsity coach, said his stepping down was the best solution for both sides and that the parting was amicable. “I don’t want (it) to seem like it was a gigantic fight and everyone hates each other,” Biasotti said. Once 9-4 on the season, the Trojans have lost six of their last seven. Lower Lake had a two-point lead late in regulation. In the overtime, St. Helena opened the scoring with a 3-pointer and never looked back. “It was a good game, well played by both sides,” Lower Lake coach Jeremy Jakubowski said. Izzac Carver’s 16 points led the Trojans. Joining him in double figures were Vann Wilkins and Darian James, each with 12 points, and Mike Taliaferro with 10. Elijah Hernandez added nine. St. Helena also won the JV game. The score was not reported. Upper Lake 64, Credo 52 At Rohnert Park, Upper Lake senior Kenny Hodges moved into 11th place on Lake County’s all-time scoring leaders list as the Cougars outscored Credo 20-8 in the fourth quarter to win the NCL II game. “Everybody really sold out on defense in the fourth quarter,” Upper Lake head coach Justin Dutcher said. “We were hustling and causing all kinds of chaos. We finally wore them down. They ran out of gas and we kept going.” Hodges scored a season-high 35 points, part of a triple-double that included 13 rebounds and 11 blocks. He went 18-for-21 from the free-throw line, including 11-for-12 in the fourth quarter. Hodges now has 1,375 career points. Next up on the list of career scorers is Lower Lake’s Michelle Day at 1,461 points. “They tried to play him man-to-man and they had no one who could cover him,” Dutcher said. “They kept fouling him and sending him to the line. It wasn’t working out too well.” Benat Love added 11 points and 10 rebounds. His rebounding helped Upper Lake (4-1, 14-5) dominate the fourth quarter, according to Hodges. “Every time we needed a big rebound he came down with it,” Hodges said. “He came down with timely rebounds all night.” Louis Avalos also had 10 points in the win. Upper Lake shots 23-for-28 from the free-throw line as a team. Credo won the JV game. The score was not reported.
23 Jan 19
FightPost: MMA & Boxing News

MATCHROOM BOXING ITALY AND OPI SINCE 82 HEAD TO MILAN Three title fights top stacked March 8 bill shown live on DAZN Matchroom Boxing Italy, Opi Since 82 and DAZN are delighted to announce the second instalment of their historic eight-year joint venture in Italy. Following the huge success of their inaugural event at the […]

23 Jan 19

The high flying University of Washington Basketball team (14-4, 5-0 Pac-12 ) will take its undefeated conference record head south on I-5 with destination Eugene to take on the University of Oregon Ducks ( 11-7, 2-3) for a Thursday night (6 p.m. ESPN2) Nationally televised game. The Ducks have won the last six meetings between […]

23 Jan 19
Now Boxing

On Saturday night, ‘The Riverside Rocky’ Josesito Lopez will go into the boxing ring in Brooklyn, New York against WBA welterweight champion Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman as a live underdog.

23 Jan 19
Krystal

BURBANK — It was the battle of undefeated Prep League boys’ basketball teams at Providence High on Tuesday. In Providence’s first showdown against Prep League co-champion Flintridge Prep, the Pioneers could not contain the Rebels on offense in the first quarter. But in the second quarter, Providence… from latimes.com – Los Angeles Times http://www.latimes.com/socal/glendale-news-press/sports/tn-gnp-sp-prepball-20190123-story.html

23 Jan 19
Anita Gevorgyan

He was an old man who fished alone in a skiff in the Gulf Stream and he had gone eighty-four days now without taking a fish. In the first forty days a boy had been with him. But after forty days without a fish the boy’s parents had told him that the old man was […]

23 Jan 19
SixthManTalk

1.He’s back! Killian Tillie is back! He’s only logging 20 minutes a game which is fine but we’ve already seen signs of what he can add to this Gonzaga team. In 19 minutes against a good San Francisco team Tillie added 14 points on 6-7 from the floor while also adding six rebounds and three […]

23 Jan 19
Մարիա Բուդոյան

He was an old man who fished alone in a skiff in the Gulf Stream and he had gone eighty-four days now without taking a fish. In the first forty days a boy had been with him. But after forty days without a fish the boy’s parents had told him that the old man was […]