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Latest Standings From the Greater Cleveland High School Hockey League

first_imgRed North tie*Mentor10-1-0  (L1)004-4 tie*North Olmsted22-0-0  (W2)4752 tie*Cleveland Hts.31-2-0  (L1)211110 League Standings 7Brush40-4-0  (L4)0329-26 tie*Garfield Heights51-4-0  (L4)2549-44 Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. 3Olmsted Falls42-2-0  (L1)41174 tie*Lakewood44-0-0  (W4)833528 2Hudson32-1-0  (W2)41012-2 tie*Chagrin Falls44-0-0  (W4)822715 3Orange41-3-0  (L2)21016-6 1Midview22-0-0  (W2)41055 6Kent Roosevelt20-2-0  (L2)0612-6 tie*Bay22-0-0  (W2)416313 1NDCL44-0-0  (W4)825718 White South 6CVCA50-4-1  (L2)11024-14 3Strongsville41-3-0  (W1)21215-3 3Kenston21-1-0  (L1)2871 4Western Reserve Academy30-3-0  (L3)0515-10 2Parma Sr. High53-2-0  (W2)624177 Related TopicsGreater Cleveland High School Hockey League 2Twinsburg63-3-0  (L1)62637-11 RankTeamGPRecordPtsGFGA+/- 1Avon Lake44-0-0  (W4)834628 RankTeamGPRecordPtsGFGA+/- Matt Loede 7North Canton Hoover50-5-0  (L5)01434-20 6Westlake50-5-0  (L5)0540-35 5Amherst41-3-0  (L1)21519-4 League Standings RankTeamGPRecordPtsGFGA+/- 1Avon44-0-0  (W4)822715 1Shaker Hts. 44-0-0  (W4)822319 Blue North tie*Brecksville31-2-0  (W1)2818-10 tie*Aurora53-2-0  (W2)624204 5West Geauga42-1-1  (L1)522202 tie*Solon11-0-0  (W1)2312 Blue South tie*Normandy33-0-0  (W3)6211011 4Nordonia42-2-0  (L1)41516-1 6Canfield40-4-0  (L4)01326-13 tie*Rocky River10-1-0  (L1)004-4 White North 5Elyria Catholic51-4-0  (L2)22025-5 tie*Benedictine31-2-0  (L2)2610-4 3Mayfield43-1-0  (W2)6271116 Red South 1Brooklyn44-0-0  (W4)834232 League Standingslast_img read more

UWF Volleyball Defeats Loyola-New Orleans, 3-1

first_img PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida volleyball team (12-4, 3-0 GSC) defeated Loyola-New Orleans, 25-21, 23-25, 25-18, 25-18 at the UWF Field House. Chelsea Wilhoite led the Argos with 15 kills and hit .323 for the night. Gina Gill had 13 kills for the Wolfpack.In set one, back to back aces by setter Molly Pearce (Tallahassee) put the Argos up 10-6. West Florida later built a 15-9 lead with a kill by Kara Gonzalez (St. Augustine). A Katie Johnson (Tallahassee) kill put the Argos up 24-20 and another Johnson kill gave UWF set one, 25-21. Johnson and Chandler Carney (Indianapolis, Ind.) both had four kills in the set, as the Argos outhit the Wolfpack, .229 to .074.A kill by Wilhoite (Jacksonville) tied set two at 3-3 early. An attack error by Johnson and a bad set by Pearce gave the Wolfpack the 11-7 lead. A Carney kill tied the set, 21-21. A bad set by Abby Timmer (Grand Rapids, Mich.) and a kill by Amanda Oldani put the score at 24-22 and set up set point for Loyola-New Orleans. A kill by Kailey Tuthill gave the Wolfpack set two, 25-23. A kill by Timmer tied set three, 9-9. This was the start of a nine point run by the Argonauts, which included two Johnson kills, an ace by Anna Stoecklein (St. Charles, Mo.) and a kill by Carney. The Wolfpack came within three at 20-17 on an attack error by Argo Jamie Nichols (Crawfordville). A Timmer kill gave UWF set three, 25-18. UWF took an early 8-3 lead in set four on a kill by Timmer. Back to back kills by Johnson and Timmer made the score 12-6, UWF. Back to back kills by Nichols gave UWF the 17-12 lead. Loyola-New Orleans went on a five point run later in the set to make the score 21-18, UWF. A kill by Carney from Pearce gave UWF set four and the match, 25-18. The Argos will be on the road for the next six matches. This coming weekend, UWF will travel to face North Alabama on Friday at 7 p.m. and Alabama-Huntsville on Saturday at 1 p.m. UWF will face Saint Leo on the road on Thursday, October 14 before competing in the Florida Southern Regional Crossover October 15-16. Live audio for all of these matches will be available on GoArgos.com.For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. — www.GoArgos.com –____________________________________________________________________________________                            Short Box Score (Match)                          2010 West Florida Volleyball          Loyola vs #23 West Florida (Oct 05, 2010 at Pensacola, Fla.)  West Florida def. Loyola 25-21,23-25,25-18,25-18  Loyola (14-11, 2-1 SSAC) (Kills-aces-blocks) – Gina Gill 13-1-2;  Kailey Tuthill 9-0-0; Sabrina Stansberry 7-1-2; Lindsay Mullinix  5-0-2; Ashley England 3-0-4; Samantha Worsham 3-0-1; Amanda Oldani  1-1-0; Totals 41-3-7.0. (Assists) – Samantha Worsham 35. (Dig leaders)  – Amanda Oldani 16; Alex Blitzer 10  West Florida (12-4, 3-0 GSC) (Kills-aces-blocks) – Chelsea Wilhoite  15-1-4; Chandler Carney 12-0-0; Katie Johnson 11-0-3; Kara Gonzalez  8-0-4; Abby Timmer 8-0-5; Jamie Nichols 7-0-1; Molly Pierce 0-3-0;  Tricia Tirabassi 0-1-0; Anna Stoecklein 0-1-0; Totals 61-6-9.0.  (Assists) – Tricia Tirabassi 30; Molly Pierce 24. (Dig leaders) –  Katie Johnson 16; Anna Stoecklein 14  Site: Pensacola, Fla. (UWF Field House)  Date: Oct 05, 2010   Attend: 124     Time: 1:31           Referees: David Fewell, Lori DueittPrint Friendly Version UWF Volleyball Defeats Loyola-New Orleans, 3-1 Sharecenter_img UWF volleyball player Chelsea Wilhoite last_img read more

Mau Ketemu Pramugari Garuda Indonesia dengan Seragam Vintage? Simak Rute Penerbangannya Disini!

first_imgSeperti telah diwartakan sebelumnya, bahwa Garuda Indonesia akan meluncurkan dua pesawat Boeing 737-800 NG dengan logo livery lama (vintage), berikut seragam pramugari yang menyesuaikan dengan periode logo tersebut, maka lebih jelas lagi, maskapai plat merah ini menjelaskan kapan dan di penerbangan rute mana saja, Anda dapat memperoleh pelayanan dari pramugari berbusana vintage ini.Baca juga: 5 Desember 2018, Bakal Ada yang Beda dari Seragam Pramugari Garuda Indonesia Dengan tajuk “Garuda Indonesia Vintage Flight Experience,” layanan penerbangan tersebut direncanakan dapat dinikmati pengguna jasa pada periode 7 – 17 Desember 2018 pada jam tertentu di sejumlah rute penerbangan seperti :1. Jakarta – Balikpapan pp dengan GA566 & GA5692 . Jakarta – Surabaya pp dengan GA304 & GA3093 . Jakarta – Singapura pp dengan GA846 & GA847 Lewat “Garuda Indonesia Vintage Flight Experience”, pengguna jasa dapat merasakan nuansa penerbangan di tahun 1970 – 1980an melalui kehadiran awak kabin dengan seragam klasik ciptaan perancang terkenal dari Jepang – Hanae Mori – yang digunakan pada era tersebut. Tidak hanya itu, atribut klasik diterjemahkan melalui pengoperasian armada Boeing 737-800 NG yang menggunakan classic livery.Baca juga: Lesyiana Oktaviana, Pramugari Kereta Cantik yang Kuasai Empat Bahasa! Dalam siaran pers yang diterima KabarPenumpang.com, Direktur Layanan Garuda Indonesia Nicodemus P. Lampe mengungkapkan bahwa “Hadirnya konsep layanan penerbangan “Garuda Indonesia Vintage Flight Experience” diharapkan dapat memberikan nuansa berbeda kepada pengguna jasa yang akan melaksanakan perjalanan akhir tahun.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Relatedlast_img read more

Pengemis di Swedia Wajib Bayar Lisensi dan Punya Identitas Valid

first_imgDilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari thelocal.se, Dewan kota Eskilstuna pertama kali membuat keputusan untuk memperkenalkan persyaratan izin pada Mei 2018 lalu. Tetapi dewan administrasi kabupaten membatalkan hal tersebut yang kemudian berbuntut kasus itu dibawa ke pengadilan administratif yang akhirnya memberikan hasil bahwa aturan itu mulai berlaku pada Agustus lalu.Adapun pengenaan biaya lisensi pengemis ini mengartikan bahwa siapa pun yang ingin meminta uang kepada orang-orang di jalan harus membayar izin. Biaya lisensi yang dikenakan pun tidak murah yakni sebesar 250 Kronor atau sekitar Rp361 ribu serta para pengemis harus punya identitas yang valid.Politisi lokal mengatakan, tujuan mengenakan biaya lisensi ini agar membuat pengemis lebih sulit dan memudahkan otoritas serta layanan untuk berhubungan dengan orang-orang yang rentan dan menawarkan mereka bantuan.“Kami melakukan birokratisasi dan membuatnya lebih sulit, dan kami bisa melihat bagaimana kelanjutannya. Saya harap polisi akan dapat mengimplementasikannya sehingga diperlukan izin baru untuk setiap hari,” kata anggota dewan kota Jimmy Jansson.Bahkan menurut surat kabar lokal di Eskilstuna, pengemis yang ada di bagian tengah kota justru menjual buah beri. Jansson mengaku hal ini sama sekali tidak terduga.“Ini tentu saja merupakan reaksi yang masuk akal terhadap perubahan aturan, tetapi jika Anda duduk dan menjual barang di luar toko, pemilik toko akan segera marah,” ujarnya.Diketahui sejak Desember 2018, beberapa kota di Swedia telah melarang pengemis di daerah-daerah tertentu setelah putusan Mahkamah Administratif Tertinggi menetapkan presenden dengan menegakkan larangan yang berlaku di Vellinge sebuah kota di Skane. Bahkan ada beberapa kritik terhadap undang-undang yang digambarkan Jansson sebagai hal yang ‘munafik’.Baca juga: Alipay Siap Ganti Sistem Pembayaran MTR Hong Kong dengan Scan QR Code“Sejujurnya, bayangkan jika ini berkaitan dengan pertanyaan tentang betapa buruknya orang yang harus mengemis, sama besarnya pada tindakan melawan peraturan. [Pertanyaannya] berakar pada kenyataan bahwa orang-orang berada dalam situasi yang sangat rentan dan sulit. Anda memiliki keadaan yang menekan Anda, tidak bertanggung jawab atas Anda dan kadang-kadang pada dasarnya menganiaya Anda, Anda hidup dalam kemiskinan ekstrem. Anda harus membedakan antara mengemis dan orang yang membutuhkan, dan menemukan cara lain untuk membantu mereka,” katanya.Nah, kalau di Indonesia di terapkan seperti ini, mungkin pengemis akan berkurang dan pelancong yang mampir pun tak perlu melihat hal tersebut.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedTak Lagi Terima Uang Tunai, Pengemis di Cina Gunakan QR Code untuk Terima Pemberian14/11/2019In “Destinasi”Kunjungan Kenegaraan, Raja Swedia Naik Pesawat Komersial dan Duduk di Kelas Ekonomi11/12/2019In “Bandara”Ini yang Harus Diperhatikan Pelancong Asing Saat Bertandang ke Bali31/12/2019In “Darat” Pengemis di Swedia harus bayar lisensi (thelocal.se) Pengemis ternyata tak hanya di Indonesia, sebab beberapa negara Asia lainnya serta di Eropa dan Amerika juga punya pengemis. Nah ketika pergi melancong ke suatu negara sesekali melintas pasti Anda juga akan menemukan pengemis di pinggir jalan dan mungkin bukan suatu pemandangan yang asing lagi bagi para pelancong.Baca juga: Pelancong Asing Dibuat Bingung, Cina Gunakan QR Code untuk Mayoritas Transaksi via Alipay dan WeChatTapi tahukah Anda bahwa ada negara yang menarik biaya izin mengemis dan para mereka harus memiliki identitas yang valid? Ya, salah satunya adalah kota Eskilstuna sebelah barat Stockholm, Swedia, sudah memperkenalkan biaya lisensi untuk pengemis sejak 1 Agustus 2019 kemarin.last_img read more

Tokuyama to meet challenger Nago

first_imgRecently crowned World Boxing Council – super flyweight champion Masamori Tokuyama will take on ninth-ranked Akihiko Nago in his first title defense at a rearranged date and venue, boxing officials said Sunday.The bout, which was originally scheduled to take place on Dec. 3 or Dec. 11 at Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, will now take place on Dec. 12 at Osaka’s Maishima Arena. The changes were made in response to a request from TV Osaka, which will broadcast the Tokuyama-Nago match live from the Arena, officials said.Tokuyama, a pro-Pyongyang Korean resident in Japan known as Hong Chang Soo, claimed his crown after defeating South Korea’s Cho In Joo in late August in a match which generated much interest as a face off between the “North and South (Korea).”The match, however, was not aired on television. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMEScenter_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

Tokyo 2020: Super Falcons to fly to Algeria on Saturday

first_imgThe delegation of Senior Women National Team, Super Falcons to next week’s 2020 Olympics qualifying match against the Senior Women National Team of Algeria will depart Nigeria on Saturday.Head Coach Thomas Dennerby has already submitted a list of 18 home-based professionals who will do battle with the Algerians, following the inability of foreign-based players to make the trip due to various engagements with their clubs.The delegation will fly aboard Turkish Airline into Istanbul and then connect to Algiers from Turkey’s commercial and economic capital.Already, world football –governing body, FIFA, has appointed officials from Mali to take charge of the clash, which the Algeria Football Federation has scheduled for the Stade Mustapha Tchaker in Blida (outside Algiers), to kick off at 7pm Algeria time (same time as in Nigeria) on Wednesday, 28th August.Teneba Bagayoko will be the referee, with her compatriots Mariam Coulibaly (assistant referee 1) and Djeneba Dembélé (assistant referee 2) also on duty. The fourth official will be Dorsaf Ganouati from Tunisia while Mana Dzodope from Togo will serve as referee assessor and Oumou Kane from Mauritania will be the match commissioner.For the return leg in Nigeria, which the Nigeria Football Federation has scheduled for the Agege Stadium, Lagos on Tuesday, 3rd September 2019, starting from 4pm, FIFA has appointed Zomadre Kore from Cote d’Ivoire to be the referee.Her compatriots Lou Ta (assistant referee 1), Denise Akoua (assistant referee 2) and Fatoumata Kra (fourth official) will join her on the assignment. Ghanaian Emmanuella Aglago will serve as referee assessor and Cameroonian Souadatou Kalkaba will be match commissioner.RelatedThomas Dennerby: Sports Minister Dare Intervenes To Forestall Swede’s Shock ResignationSeptember 16, 2019In “National Team”Tokyo 2020: Dennerby Criticises Falcons Display In Win Over Algeria (AUDIO)September 3, 2019In “National Team”Tokyo 2020: Falcons Look To Finish Job Against Algeria, Eye Next RoundSeptember 2, 2019In “National Team”last_img read more

We’ve learned how to play together – Gray

first_img“We’ve had a successful pre-season and everybody’s playing collectively as a unit,” Gray told Bristol Flyers TV.“We’ve learned a lot of things during pre-season – it was a great experience and I know everyone’s excited for Saturday.“Over our the last four games we’ve learned how to play together at as team.”We started off slow against Worcester and they got off to a hot start. They’re a very good shooting team, so we had to adjust on the defensive end and force them into taking difficult shots. The 6ft8in defensive specialist helped Flyers go unbeaten in pre-season, holding their opponents to an average of just 53 points ahead of Saturday night’s season opener against London City Royals.last_img

College Baseball Results; SCSU Sweeps Concordia

first_img Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 720p HD The St. Cloud State baseball team completed a sweep of Concordia-St. Paul Sunday.  SCSU won game 1 8-4 by scoring 5 runs in the 6th inning to surge ahead.  Joey Althoff had a 2-run single for the Huskies in the 6th inning.  St. Cloud State won 6-5 in extra innings in game 2.  Joey Benke went 3-4 with a run scored in game 2 for SCSU.  St. Cloud State had 13 hits in game 2.SCSU is 27-10 overall and 12-6 in the NSIC. 1080p HD Auto (360p) About Connatix V56892 1/1 360p About Connatix V56892last_img read more

ŠKORPIL’S NOTEBOOK: The quality of Slavia’s game does not need to…

first_imgGoal! Slavists Nicolae Stanciu and Stanislav Tecl rejoice … ČTKlast_img