SULLIVAN — The Sumner boys’ basketball team moved up to seventh place in the Class C North standings Tuesday with a 67-61 win over visiting Bucksport.Colby McLean had a game-high 21 points for Sumner (5-4), which avenged a 49-point loss to the Golden Bucks on Dec. 27. Ethan Young added 11 points for the Tigers, and Kyle Brooks and Kayden Quinn provided 10 apiece.For Bucksport (6-2), Tyson Gray scored a team-high 20 points. Tanner Stegner provided 17 points for the Golden Bucks, and Chase Carmichael added 15.Sumner’s next game is on the road against Deer Isle-Stonington (1-7) at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 12. Bucksport battles Searsport (4-4) at home at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
LEWISTON — The Ellsworth boys’ indoor track team earned a third-place finish in Saturday’s Class B championship meet at Bates College.The Eagles recorded 41 points to finish behind first-place York (51 points) and second-place Greely (46 points) in the 30-team field. The result followed Ellsworth’s first-place finish in the Penobscot Valley Conference Small-School championships a week earlier.Ellsworth got an individual state title from Beck Deeny, who recorded a distance of 42 feet, 5 1/4 inches to win the triple jump. His winning mark was 2 inches farther than that of the second-place finisher, Jon Duso of Belfast.Prior to battling for the title in the triple jump, Deeny and Duso had fought for first in the long jump. Deeny’s distance of 20 feet, 4 1/4 inches was just 3/4 of an inch shy of Duso’s winning mark.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe Ellsworth boys also got third-place finishes from Henry Scheff (55-meter hurdles) and Tulas Weaver (200-meter dash). For Mount Desert Island, Stephen Grierson took second in the 800-meter run with a time of 2 minutes, 5.80 seconds.On the girls’ side, Bucksport got a second-place finish from Addie Morrison (400-meter dash) and a fourth-place finish from Johanna Stiles (200-meter dash). MDI’s Zoe Olson placed third in the 400-meter dash with a time of 1:02.41.Qualified athletes will compete in the New England championships Feb. 29, at Roxbury Community College’s Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston.
JEFF SCHORFHEIDE/Herald file photoWisconsin’s softball team began their doubleheader against Ohio State Saturday with a chance to make the Big Ten postseason tournament. But like they have done so many times this season, the Badgers lost it in the seventh inning.UW lost the first game 6-3, but came back to win the second game 4-3. In both games the seventh inning played a critical role.In the second game, the Badgers rebounded from a tough loss to steal a win in the seventh inning.“It was nice to get a win, but it is kind of bittersweet,” freshman Livi Abney said. “As a team, we are glad that we can pull out a win in the seventh inning, but it is hard to enjoy it knowing we can’t go to the Big Ten tournament anymore. I feel really bad for our seniors because all they wanted was to make the tournament.”The Buckeyes scored a run in the first inning, and through the first three frames, it didn’t appear as if the Badgers had recovered mentally from losing the series opener. UW loaded the bases three times in the first three innings, and three times they failed to score a run. For the game, the Badgers left thirteen runners on base.“We had been swinging the bats really well, but when the bases were loaded we failed to execute,” sophomore Letty Olivarez said. “I don’t know if we were still thinking of the other game, but we definitely didn’t do what we were supposed to.”The Badgers managed to score one run in the fifth inning, evening the score at 1-1 heading into the seventh. The Buckeyes then took the lead back, however, with some timely hitting and defensive miscues by the Badgers. Although there were no errors in the inning, there were several plays that UW could have made to keep OSU from scoring, most notably a dropped fly ball from freshman center fielder Jennifer Krueger.“I wouldn’t say it was frustrating that Krueger dropped the ball because she did give it all her effort,” Olivarez said. “It was a bit of a downer, though, to have worked so hard and left the inning two runs down.”Three outs away from losing their second game in the seventh inning, the Badgers responded in a big way. Senior Lynn Anderson led off the inning with a single, and Abney followed with a monstrous two-run home run to tie the game 3-3. After a Krueger walk and a Joey Daniels double, there were runners on second and third with junior Theresa Boruta coming to the plate. Boruta — a left-handed slap hitter — grounded the ball down the third baseline and managed to leg out a single as the OSU third baseman’s throw was late. On the throw to first, Krueger made a break for home, knocking the ball from the catcher’s glove with an aggressive slide and giving the Badgers a come-from-behind win.“I managed to turn around right as the play at the plate was happening,” Boruta said. “Jennifer [Krueger] was late, but she had made up her mind and was aggressive so it worked out. That is the type of play where you can’t think, you just have to react, which she did.”In the first game Saturday, the Badgers were playing for their postseason life. If UW won their next four games they would still be in the running for a berth in the Big Ten postseason tournament.Things started off well for UW as they scored one run in the fourth and two runs in the sixth frame to take a 3-0 lead heading into the seventh inning. Sophomore Katie Soderberg and freshman Livi Abney — the seventh and eighth hitters in the order — each contributed an RBI in the sixth inning.“As a team we have been putting together some really good at-bats lately,” Olivarez said. “Every player on our team has been hitting well, so we don’t have to just depend on the middle of the order to score some runs. We have been more aggressive at the plate, and it has paid off these last few games.”In the seventh inning, however, everything unraveled for the Badgers. Junior pitcher Leah Vanevenhoven pitched six scoreless innings, but appeared to have run out of gas in the seventh. Vanevenhoven hit two batters, walked another and gave up two singles to leave the bases loaded with the Badgers leading 3-2. Wisconsin lost the lead and, consequently, lost a chance to go to the Big Ten tournament when Ohio State first baseman Tory Haddad cleared the bases with a three-run triple.“I felt really bad for Leah [Vanevenhoven],” Olivarez said. “She had pitched really well all game, but maybe she was out there for one inning too many. Her control had been really good all game, but she started to miss her spots in the seventh.”
Syracuse (19-7, 7-6 Atlantic Coast) shot 11-of-19 from 3 in the first half on Thursday. The second half didn’t come as easily though. The Orange scored just 25 points in the final 20 minutes. But when it mattered, Tiana Mangakahia knocked down her fifth 3 and SU got a key stop. It was enough to upset No. 17 Duke (20-7, 9-5), 68-65, in a crucial win as the regular season winds down. Comments Published on February 15, 2018 at 11:13 pm Facebook Twitter Google+
The loss dropped Philadelphia’s record to 12-10 and in a tie with the Mets for the lead in the National League East. This was an odd game as it didn’t start until 8:45 p.m. ET due to a weather delay, but the Phillies never got going at the plate, scoring just one run on three hits mostly against starter Steven Matz, who had allowed eight runs (six earned) without recording an out in his last time out.Arrieta wasn’t bad as he allowed four runs (three earned) in six innings of work in the loss, but he was also critical of how he and the team came out for a game they really wanted to win, even if it is early in the season.”We were flat from start to finish. Two-hour delay, it doesn’t matter. We have to be ready to play. We weren’t, and it showed,” he said. “The dugout was flat. The defense wasn’t good. Didn’t throw the ball well as a staff overall. We got beat. We started at 8:45. I don’t think our guys were ready to play. We’ve got to come out (Tuesday) ready to play.” Jake Arrieta knows what it takes to win a championship. In 2016, he helped the Cubs win their first World Series since 1908.When a guy experiences something like that, he comes to understand that every game matters — even ones in April — and every player has to be on the field. So when the Phillies lost to the Mets 5-1 on Monday and Bryce Harper was ejected in the fourth inning, he noticed, and he let his right fielder know it. MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN”Look, I mean, (Harper’s) got to understand we need him in right field,” Arrieta said, via the Philadelphia Inquirer. “I don’t care how bad the umpire is. He wasn’t great for either side. I’m out there trying to make pitches, and he misses some calls. So what? We need him out there. I need him in right field, I need him at the plate, and he wasn’t there. So that hurts.”Harper wasn’t even ejected after arguing his own balls and strikes. He was tossed during a Cesar Hernandez at-bat when he yelled from the dugout and was subsequently run by home plate umpire Mark Carlson.Carlson later told pool reporters he heard comments from the dugout “that were inappropriate” and tossed Harper soon after.There were some on-field fireworks at Citi Field as both Gabe Kapler and Bryce Harper argue with home plate umpire Mark Carlson.Bryce Harper has been ejected from the game. pic.twitter.com/KyM0M8GsMB— NBC Sports Philadelphia (@NBCSPhilly) April 23, 2019Harper was honest after the game, saying he has to be more in control even when he gets emotional.“It just can’t happen from my side,” Harper said. “In a game like that against the Mets, division rival, it just can’t happen, for me, myself and this team as well. We’re a better team with me in the lineup, and I’ve got to stay in there.”
– Braun Strowman defeats Bobby Lashley.- Lars Sullivan mauls The Lucha House Party.- The Usos get the win against The Revival. WWE Super ShowDown was billed as a show that was “equal if not better than WrestleMania.” While it had the pomp and circumstance of the annual extravaganza, that’s where the comparison ended.The show ended with the first-ever meeting between legends with The Undertaker squaring off against Goldberg. Maybe this would have worked 20 years ago when both men were in their prime but on this night in the blistering heat in Saudi Arabia, it turned out to be a sloppy, tedious affair with “The Deadman” scoring the win. One of the themes going into the show – which took place at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia – was that Brock Lesnar would finally cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase. Instead, that turned out to be just the latest tease of him cashing in. After Seth Rollins defeated Baron Corbin to retain the Universal Championship, Lesnar was ready to take advantage of the moment. However, it was Rollins beating him down with a steel chair and the cash in never happened.Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearIt was a rough night in the tough conditions with the temperature more than 100 degrees around the ring with the high moment being a local favorite winning the 50-man battle royal.Check out Sporting News’ complete WWE Super ShowDown 2019 coverage below.(All times Eastern.)WWE Super ShowDown 2019 live updatesThe Undertaker def. Goldberg5:48 p.m. FINISH: Goldberg hits a big spear and then kind of hits a jackhammer but Undertaker kicks out. He goes for a Tombstone Piledriver but falls down and then Taker with a chokeslam for the win. Goldberg was exhausted in the end and it felt like they may have called an audible to wrap up the match.The #Undertaker prevails.@Goldberg was NEXT! #WWESSD pic.twitter.com/74Iwmwm9BA— WWE (@WWE) June 7, 20195:45 p.m.: Old school Undertaker as he comes off the top rope and then hits a chokeslam. He motions to end this and picks up a dazed Goldberg and plants him with a Tombstone Piledriver but Goldberg kicks out. 5:43 p.m.: Goldberg charges at Taker in the corner but misses and goes face-first into the turnbuckle and now he’s bleeding. BTW, he had a slight cut on his head when he walked out to the ring so it looks like he was prepared to bleed. And don’t think Matt Riddle didn’t notice that.Awesome job bro, you’re already bleeding and the match hasn’t even started #WWESSD pic.twitter.com/Ovzh3t64Tq— matthew riddle (@SuperKingofBros) June 7, 20195:40 p.m.: They go face-to-face and Goldberg hits a spear. He hits another one and goes for the pin but Taker kicks out. He gets to his feet and grabs Goldberg by the neck but Goldberg gets out.5:35 p.m: Big entrance for the Dead Man including a druids lining up with lit torches before The Undertaker comes out. It’s time.The #Deadman has risen at #WWESSD! pic.twitter.com/W2CD8bMGFU— WWE (@WWE) June 7, 20195:30 p.m.: The cameras are outside of Goldberg’s room and security pounds on the door and he makes his way out. IHe disappears for a few minutes but finally makes his way out.GOOOOOOLDBERG has arrived! #WWESSD@Goldberg pic.twitter.com/KqbrDHmqJB— WWE (@WWE) June 7, 2019Mansoor wins the 50-man battle royal5:20 p.m. FINISH: Samoa Joe tries to knock out Ali but only gets him on the apron and then he and Ricochet pull Joe out to the floor. Then they’re eliminated and Cesaro goes out. We’re down to Elias and Mansoor who is from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and trains at the WWE Performance Center. They go back and forth and he knocks Elias over the top to the floor for the win.HE’S DONE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!@KSAMANNY has won the biggest #BattleRoyal in @WWE history at #WWESSD!!! pic.twitter.com/1jcQlN0aWf— WWE (@WWE) June 7, 2019Afterwards, Bryon Saxton interviews him and asks what it’s like to return home and win the biggest battle royal in WWE history. He said that last year, he was in the battle royal as a rooke but it has been his dream to win this match and represent his country around the world. “Tonight, I won the most historic battle royal in WWE history and my dream came true!” Then he gave a message to the crowd in Arabic and the pyro shoots off.5:15 p.m.: Shinsuke Nakamura, Sin Cara, and Rusev go out in a row and then The Miz eliminates Robert Roode. The Miz with kicks to Elias and Cesaro and then gets drilled with a kick to the face and he’s out. We’re down to the final six.5:11 p.m.: Otis finds enough space to do a caterpillar but then gets run into by Rowan and eliminated. The Usos with superkicks on Rowan and he’s out and then The Revival eliminate them.5:08 p.m.: Titus eliminates both member of the Viking Raiders and then gets knocked out. See ya Zack Ryder and then Curt Hawkins so the “RAW” tag champs are gone. The biggest guys remaining are Rowan and Samoa Joe. BTW, The Revival and The Usos are in this match so double duty for those teams. There goes Apollo Crews and Chad Gable.5:04 p.m.: Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Bo Dallas, Curt Hawkings, and No Way Jose are among those eliminated in the opening minutes. There is barely any room to move in there even with a bunch of people out of there. And there goes Tucker, Akam, and Rezar. Meanwhile, Titus has been hiding under the ring and just emerged.5:00 p.m.: Elias sings his way to the ring trashing everyone but before he gets in, The Miz jumps out and hits him. He tosses Elias in the ring and the match is one. Bodies everywhere.There are 50 men in this ring.We repeat, 🗣 THERE ARE 50 MEN IN THIS RING!!!!#WWESSD pic.twitter.com/s4W1IjUP7r— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) June 7, 20194:57 p.m.: DON’T RUN TITUS!#TitusWorldSLIIIIIDE?Come on, guys. That’s SO 2018.@TitusONeilWWE #WWESSD pic.twitter.com/UQpPkKnwy7— WWE (@WWE) June 7, 20194:55 p.m.: If you thought it was already hot in that ring, imagine it with 50 big guys squished in there at one time.Kofi Kingston def. Dolph Ziggler to retain the WWE championship4:48 p.m. FINISH: Ziggler gets to his feet and superkicks Woods. He finally gets back in the ring but gets met with a Trouble in Paradise for the win. Afterward, Kofi celebrates with some kids at ringside and no Brock Lesnar cash in here.Time for a #NewDay celebration!! 🥞🦄@TrueKofi @XavierWoodsPhD #WWESSD #WWEChampionship pic.twitter.com/OuRIgKofYY— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) June 7, 2019Backstage, Byron Saxton interviews Ziggler who says he outwrestled and outperformed Kingston and it should have been him. He blames the loss on Kofi having a friend at ringside and demands a rematch in a steel cage match. 4:44 p.m.: Kingston connects with the SOS but Ziggler survives. Ziggler goes outside the ring and the champ flies off the top rope and knocks him down. 4:41 p.m.: Here comes Kofi with some big chops and a boom drop. Ziggler comes back with a DDT and makes the cover but Kofi kicks out. Both guys are working hard and this could be the best match of the show.4:35 p.m.: Ziggler is in control early stomping away in the corner and then tying him up and connecting with some elbows..@HEELZiggler showing off his determination tonight! #WWESSD #WWEChampionship pic.twitter.com/ZjGjOM69JY— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) June 7, 2019Braun Strowman def. Bobby Lashley4:26 p.m. FINISH: Lashley comes back and drives Strowman into the barricade and then hits a suplex on the ramp. They go back in the ring with Lashley climbing to the top rope but Strowman knocks him down and then hits a running powerslam for the win. Slow, methodical match but exactly what was expected.BRAAAUUUUUUUN!WHAT A WIN for @BraunStrowman here at #WWESSD! pic.twitter.com/NguMnITLuZ— WWE (@WWE) June 7, 20194:23 p.m.: Strowman fights back with a spinebuster followed by a shoulder block and then runs into Lashley in the corner. They go outside the ring and Strowman does his run around the ring and knocks Lashley down a couple of times.4:18 p.m.: A couple of big guys doing old school, big guy stuff including a test of strength. They break away and Lashley hits a powerslam but Strowman survives the pin attempt.Randy Orton def. Triple H4:06 p.m. FINISH: Orton stands over Triple H and snarls before backing up and is ready to punt his face. He goes for it but Triple H catches his foot and hits a Pedigree but Orton kicks out. They go outside the ring and Triple H drops Orton back-first onto the announcer’s table four times. They go back in the ring and Triple H charges towards Orton but gets hit with an RKO outta nowhere and secures the win.4:01 p.m.: Orton goes for the RKO but Triple H blocks it and hits a spinebuster. Now he has Orton in a crossface but finally gets to the ropes. Orton again for the RKO but Triple H counters and tries for a Pedigree. Orton counters and then RKO. He makes the cover but Triple H kicks out.3:56 p.m.: Triple H is on the apron and Orton is trying to connect with a DDT but instead hits a DDT. He puts Triple H on the top rope and hits a few shots before Triple H counters and then hits Orton with a clubbing shot from behind. He goes for the big knee but Orton turns it into a powerslam. Vintage Orton!3:50 p.m.: Orton is working over Triple H’s back and … chinlock! He holds it for almost 90 seconds before Triple H fights out and then gets knocked back down.3:47 p.m.: Orton misses Triple H in the corner and hits his shoulder hard against the post. “The Game” is now going after Orton’s left shoulder both in and out of the ring. I’m starting to think he may not get many chinlocks. And then, Orton counters Triple H outside the ring and drops him on the announcer’s table.3:44 p.m.: Old school, paced match as you would expect as they exchange counters early on. Triple H tries to lock his arms for the Pedigree but Orton gets out.3:37 p.m.: Triple H got to bring over one of his bikes.🏍 It’s ALL about THE GAME! 🏍 @TripleH #WWESSD pic.twitter.com/SEBclz6qdI— WWE (@WWE) June 7, 20193:30 p.m.: It’s been almost a decade since they’ve last had a match. I expect lots of chinlocks. Lots.Lars Sullivan def. The Lucha House Party (Kalisto, Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado) in a three-on-one handicap match by DQ3:27 p.m. FINISH: Sullivan was dominating before all three members of Lucha House Party got in the ring and started beating on Lars and the ref called for the DQ. Metalik hits an elbow off the top rope and three of them leave. Lars is only down for a minute and then he dismantles all three of them outside the ring. That was … something. 3:22 p.m.: Kalisto gets the start and is totally mauled by Lars who finally throws him in the corner. Lince Dorado gets tagged in and he’s putting up a little bit of a fight until he gets shoved face-first over the ropes to the floor.3:18 p.m.: If this goes more than five minutes, it will be too long.Shane McMahon def. Roman Reigns3:12 p.m. FINISH: Reigns is outside the ring and McIntyre hits him from behind but Roman comes back, driving him into the post and then hits a Superman Punch. He goes back in the ring and Shane mows him down with a spear but can’t get the pin. Shane goes to the top rope but Reigns knocks him off with a Superman Punch. He readies for a spear but Shane cuts him off before Roman hits him with a big right hand and as Shane falls, his arm swings out and he hits the ref. McIntyre jumps in the ring and connects with a Claymore Kick and Shane makes the cover and gets the pin. Yep, Shane McMahon just pinned Roman Reigns. This friendship pays dividends. @shanemcmahon leaves #WWESSD with the W! @DMcIntyreWWE pic.twitter.com/OZ9fcNpekS— WWE (@WWE) June 7, 20193:09 p.m.: All Shane so far and he has Roman grounded in the middle of the ring with a rear chinlock. Finally, Reigns gets to his feet and drills Shane with ten clotheslines in the corner and then a big kick to the face. He goes for a Superman Punch but Shane hits him mid-air with a chop block to his knee.3:04 p.m.: The bell rings and Shane immediately goes after Roman. He knocks him out of the ring after a few minutes and McIntyre gets in a shot behind the ref’s back. 2:58 p.m.: Of course, Drew McIntyre is out there in Shane’s corner. Side note – it’s around 102 degrees in the ring and Shane-o-Mac sweats when he does promos on “Raw” and “SmackDown”. He’s going to be a puddle after this one.Finn Balor def. Andrade to retain the Intercontinental championship2:50 p.m. FINISH: Balor is up on the top rope and Andrade joins him up there. Balor gets control and drives him face-first into the mat and then hits the Coup de Grace for the win. Nice match and “The Demon” remains unbeaten.Just #TheDemon doing Demon things.@FinnBalor is STILL your #ICChampion! #WWESSD pic.twitter.com/mIRu5Mz9BM— WWE (@WWE) June 7, 20192:47 p.m.: Andrade wtih a moonsault and he lands on his feet and tries and standing moonsault but Balor gets his knees up. Balor comes off the top with a foot stomp to the back of Andrade’s neck. Andrade comes back with a hammerlock DDT but Balor kicks out of the cover. He fires back with a powerbomb. 2:43 p.m.: Double clothesline and then Andrade with a kick to the head but Balor comes back with a clothesline over the top rope followed by a dive.2:39 p.m.: Balor on the offensive for the first few minutes but Andrade comes back with a missile dropkick and then a trio of suplexes.2:33 p.m.: Big time entrance for “The Demon”.Okay this is pretty awesome pic.twitter.com/4w6MxxhwEs— WrestlinGifs (@WrestlinGifs) June 7, 2019Seth Rollins def. Baron Corbin to retain the Universal championship2:25 p.m. FINISH: Corbin connects with Deep Six but Rollins kicks out. Corbin corners the referee and yells at him. He grabs a chair and comes back in the ring with it but the ref tells him to get rid of it. He does but again yells at the ref before the ref yells back. All of this allows Rollins to recover and he rolls up Corbin from behind and gets the pin. After the match, a ticked off Corbin hits the End of Days and here comes Brock Lesnar with a chair in hand. Lesnar gets in the ring and Heyman is about to but trips and he drops the briefcase. Lesnar is distracted and Rollins hits him with a low blow. He picks up the chair and begins bashing “The Beast” over and over with it. Rollins with a Stomp with Lesnar’s head hitting the case and Lesnar is down and out but he did not cash in the briefcase. Yep, another teased cash in that didn’t happen. 2:20 p.m.: Rollins is fighting back with chops and a big elbow. He hits the Slingblade that knocks Corbin out the ring and then hits a dive. Corbin rolls out on the other side and the champ hits another dive. Back in the ring, Rollins with a kick to the face but Corbin kicks out. 2:15 p.m.: As expected, Corbin is focused on Rollins’ taped ribs and suplexes him across the top rope and then a second time. The broadcast team is talking about Seth’s core and Michael Cole adds that Corbin is “one of the most dangerous men in WWE”. 2:07 p.m.: Just like WrestleMania, we’re starting the main card with the Universal championship match. The Usos def. The Revival 1:57 p.m. FINISH: Jimmy Uso has Dawson cradled up but the referee has his back turned. However, they still get the win after a pair of superkicks and pin Dash Wilder. WHAT A WIN for @WWEUsos to kick off #WWESSD! 🤙🤙 pic.twitter.com/dFR6BLEqoD— WWE (@WWE) June 7, 20191:52 p.m.: The Revival has been in control and keeping Jimmy in the ring but he finally make the (literal) hot tag to Jey. He just crushed Dawson in the corner. Flycrossbodybody off the top rope but Dawson escapes.1:47 p.m.: Time for the kickoff show match with Michael Cole, Corey Graves, and Renee Young at ringside to call the action. Cole said the actual air temperature is 94 degrees but it feels like 102 down in the ring. Yikes.1:25 p.m.: Seth Rollins is backstage with Byron Saxton and says he’s not 100% and his health “is what it is” but he’s ready for Baron Corbin as well as Brock Lesnar if needed.He’s ready for @BaronCorbinWWE.He’s ready for @BrockLesnar.He’s ready to leave #WWESSD STILL your #UniversalChampion! @WWERollins pic.twitter.com/WA7CGyIXsw— WWE (@WWE) June 7, 20191:20 p.m.: Both Alexa Bliss and Natalya traveled to Saudi Arabia with the hope that WWE could convince the government there to let them have a match. Apparently, that’s not going to happen with Dave Meltzer reporting that the Saudi government will not approve the women having a match on this show. The decision comes after it looked like it had been agreed upon but Saudi officials changed their mind. 1:10 p.m.: Paul Heyman explains that Brock Lesnar didn’t cash in on Seth Rollins on Monday after beating him down with a chair because of Rollins hitting him with a low blow at WrestleMania to help him win the Universal championship. Instead, the beatdown he dished out Monday was punishment for the low blow and today, he’ll punish him again by cashing in the briefcase and taking the title back.1:00 p.m.: Welcome to Sporting News’ live coverage of WWE Super ShowDown. Did you know this show is equal to or could be better than WrestleMania? That’s a real tag line for this show. Anyway, the kickoff show is beginning with Charly Caruso, Beth Phoenix, and David Otunga from the WWE headquarters.WWE Super ShowDown 2019 lineup- Goldberg vs. The Undertaker- Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon- Seth Rollins vs. Baron Corbin for the Universal championship- Triple H vs. Randy Orton- Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler for the WWE championship- 50-man battle royal- Finn Balor vs. Andrade for the Intercontinental championship- Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley- Lars Sullivan vs. The Lucha House Party (Kalisto, Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado) in a three-on-one handicap match- The Usos vs. The Revival (kickoff show)WWE Super ShowDown 2019 predictions- The Undertaker defeats Goldberg in a short match.- Roman Reigns beats Shane McMahon.- Baron Corbin wins the Universal championship, only to lose it to Brock Lesnar after he cashes in his Money in the Bank briefcase.- Randy Orton gets the win over Triple H.- Kofi Kingston successfully defends the WWE Championship against Dolph Ziggler.- The Big Show wins the 50-man battle royal.- Finn Balor retains the Intercontinental championship against Andrade.
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The following are the garage sales that we have for the weekend of Sept. 2-4, 2016. If you still need a garage sale advertised just use the comment section below. Good luck with bargain hunting!Â Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (6) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down Angie · 206 weeks ago ESTATE SALE- FRI SEPT 2ND 8-4 AND SAT SEPT 3RD 8-4, 1501 N C ST, WELLINGTON. Lots of everything, vintage items, lamps, nick-naks, end table, coffee table, wall paintings, and lots of misc. EVERYTHING MUST GO. RAIN OR SHINE. Sale will be inside. Report Reply 0 replies · active 206 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Peggy Gilmore · 206 weeks ago 3 Family Garage Sale 409 Terrace Drive – Wellington Friday, Sept. 2nd 3pm to 6pm Saturday, Sept. 3rd 8am to Noon Report Reply 0 replies · active 206 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down John · 205 weeks ago Small Driveway Sale 618 Delrose Saturday 7-11 Curtains,decorative items, silk flowers, greenery, some dishes, pictures, pillows, end table, some clothing. Christopher Banks vests and misc. items. Report Reply 0 replies · active 205 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Lori oathout · 205 weeks ago Garage sale 609 Sylvan Lane Fri 3-6 Sat 8-12 Lots and lots of girls and guys (high schoolers) and adult men and women clothing Bikes, TV stand , twin mattress (from Tibbs), sofa and love seat , lg square table/ottoman, lamps, toaster, and who knows what else!! Report Reply 0 replies · active 205 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down Lindsey Daugherty · 205 weeks ago Garage Sale 8:00am-1:00pm 623 North F Street (under carport on 12th Str) *Christmas/Craft Decor *DVD’s galore *Garden Miscellaneous *Little Girls Stuff *Collectables/Dustables *Furniture/Decor Report Reply 0 replies · active 205 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down ellen · 205 weeks ago Not enough for a garage sale but I have two small boxes of houseware stuff on porch. FREE 1905 NORTH B STREET Report Reply 0 replies · active 205 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments
The Chiefs’ defensive improvements last year paid off, and now there’s more familiarity with Steve Spagnuolo’s scheme. There are a few leftover weaknesses in pass coverage, but there’s no indication of any real drop-off, let alone any kind of Super Bowl hangover.Including playoffs, Kansas City is riding a nine-game winning streak into the 2020 season. There’s no reason to think the Chiefs won’t stay mostly hot to win another division crown.Record prediction: 12-4 The Chiefs just won Super Bowl 54, but the big question is already here: Can Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid lead Kansas City to an encore in Super Bowl 55? For the Chiefs to put themselves in best position to repeat, it all depends how well they can navigate their 2020 schedule.The Chiefs went 12-4 last season, marking the third time in the past four seasons they have ended up with that record as consistent AFC West champions. Kansas City also rides a five-year playoff streak into 2020. NFL OFFSEASON 2020:Draft grades | Power rankings | Best free agents availableOnce again, the Chiefs will face all three returning first-place teams in the AFC in the Ravens, Texans and Patriots. This year, their interdivisional rotation also includes the rest of the AFC East and all of the NFC South on top of their six games against AFC West foes.Putting it all together, how does the Chiefs’ schedule look for this season?Here is a complete breakdown of the Chiefs’ 2020 schedule, including dates, start times and analysis for all 16 games.Kansas City Chiefs schedule 2020WeekDateOpponentKickoff timeTV1Sept. 10 (Thursday)Houston Texans8:20 p.m. ETNBC2Sept. 20at Los Angeles Chargers4:25 p.m. ETCBS3Sept. 28 (Monday)at Baltimore Ravens8:15 p.m. ETESPN4Oct. 4New England Patriots4:25 p.m. ETCBS5Oct. 11Las Vegas Raiders1 p.m. ETCBS6Oct. 15 (Thursday)at Buffalo Bills8:20 p.m. ETFox/NFLN7Oct. 25at Denver Broncos4:25 p.m. ETCBS8Nov. 1New York Jets1 p.m. ETCBS9Nov. 8Carolina Panthers1 p.m. ETFox10-Bye–11Nov. 22at Las Vegas Raiders8:20 p.m. ETNBC12Nov. 29at Tampa Bay Buccaneers4:25 p.m. ETCBS13Dec. 6Denver Broncos8:20 p.m. ETNBC14Dec. 13at Miami Dolphins1 p.m. ETCBS15Dec. 20at New Orleans Saints4:25 p.m. ETCBS16Dec. 27Atlanta Falcons1 p.m. ETFox17Jan. 3Los Angeles Chargers1 p.m. ETCBS(For Canadian viewers, each game can be streamed on DAZN.)The biggest surprise about last year’s Chiefs is that they went only 5-3 at Arrowhead Stadium and 7-1 on the road before winning two playoff games in Kansas City. That set them up to knock off the 49ers in Miami.This year, the Chiefs’ home schedule loses a little luster with Tom Brady no longer with the Patriots. But they still get Brady on the road with the Buccaneers. Mahomes also gets to duel Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson again, along with the addition of Drew Brees.The Chiefs have become a premier prime-time draw because of Mahomes. There’s no lack of marquee here for Kansas City, with the chances for many exciting shootouts along the way.MORE: Strength of schedule for all 32 teams in 2020Chiefs strength of schedule & predictionThe Chiefs are right in the middle with their strength of schedule based on opponents’ combined winning percentage from last year. Kansas City’s 2020 oppoenets went 128-128, exactly .500 and tied for 18th toughest with the Panthers.With some of those opponents weakened or rebuilding, the Chiefs have it considerably easier than it looks on paper. The AFC West might be the most improved division they face, but the AFC East and NFC South might give them more reprieves than expected.Toughest tests: The Chiefs should buckle up for the Bucs, but the Ravens and Bills on the road in hostile environments will be tough, too, given those two teams also might be their closest AFC title competition. The Saints also will be a difficult NFC team to beat in New Orleans.At home, the Patriots will still be a bit tricky, and the Texans will have confidence after grinding out a victory in Kansas City last season (and jumping out to that big lead in the playoffs before the Chiefs’ memorable comeback). The Broncos, Raiders and Chargers have remixed themselves to be better equipped to go after the Chiefs, too, wherever they play.Biggest breaks: The Falcons, Panthers and Jets provide three interdivision opponents the Chiefs should be able to handle at home. There’s only one such gimme on the road, at the Dolphins.The Chargers might not be as worrisome without Philip Rivers, while the Broncos have their share of defensive issues against Mahomes. The Chiefs are positioned to be much stronger at Arrowhead with a good chance to go 8-0 at home.Bottom line: The Chiefs have been among the AFC’s elite for a while, and now they’ve graduated to the top of the entire NFL. Mahomes didn’t lose anything of note around him, and fully healthy, he can have a season that resembles his 2018 MVP campaign more than his still-outstanding abbreviated 2019 version.
Subsequently, they protested the action, understanding that their goalkeeper Mazali had been pushed with the ball in the air. Seeing that the collegiate did not respond to his pleas, they argued that the Italian footballer had no intention of scoring and that the goal had been produced by the wind. Onzari defended that he had it in mind from the first moment and, in addition, he boasted of it: “I could never make another goal the same. It was the best of my goals because of the impact it had and the amazement of the people“.Curiously, the Olympic goal was not included in the regulation until a few months before that appointment. It was in June 1924 when the International Board He picked it up for the first time, allowing, of course, that it could be scored from the corner from that moment. Onzari was the first to achieve it and the fact that it was a Tribute for the Olympic Gold of Uruguay is what caused that almost one hundred years later it is still present in the football slang. Kroos has already inscribed his name on the list of the elect. Toni Kroos was the protagonist in the first semifinal of the Spanish Super Cup between Real Madrid and Valencia. The German midfielder achieved something that is not usual in the world of football: corner kick mark. Thanks to their great beating, headlines from around the world collect a popularized expression, but with an origin by many unknown: Olympic goal. Why is the target noted by ‘8’ well known? When did you adopt this denomination?It was the year 1924 when Uruguay was crowned champion in the Paris Olympics. Surprising as it may seem, in that tournament he did not achieve a goal from the corner, but that would happen a month later. As a reason for celebration, the Uruguayan national team organized two friendly matches against Argentina, one in Montevideo and one in Buenos Aires. The first ended with a draw at one on the scoreboard and in the second, what would have caused today to be known both from the corner as an Olympic goal.The duel ‘back’ had to be suspended for a problem with the influx to the stadium, but shortly after it was rescheduled. Specifically, by October 2, with access control and about 30,000 fans in the stands. The electronic marked the 15th minute of the match when Cesáreo Onzari hit from the left side direct to goal. No one touched the ball and, in fact, the Uruguayan soccer players were perplexed.
In fact, this Saturday he signed his sixth goal poker with FC Barcelona and second against Eibar, to which we must add the 41 ‘hat trick’ he has done in his career and the poker that he signed against Bayer Leverkusen (7-1) in the Champions League (2011/12). The teams to which Leo has scored four goals are: Arsenal (4-0) in the Champions League (2009/10), Valencia in the League (5-1) in the League (2011/12), Espanyol (4-0) in the League (2011/12), Osasuna (5-1) in the League (2012/13), Eibar (6-1) in the League (2017/18) and again Eibar (5-0) in the League (2019/20).Further, leads the scorers table in LaLiga, with 18 goals, five more than Real Madrid striker, Karim Benzema, which adds 13, after staying another day without seeing door. That means that the Argentine goes straight to his seventh ‘pichichi’, thus surpassing the legendary Athletic striker, Telmo Zarra, who reached six.Right now, Messi has at least fifteen games left to finish the season and twenty at best, if the team reaches the Champions League final in Istanbul. That means you will have to clench your teeth if you want to reach this record this season. What seems clear is that, sooner or later, in 2020, Messi will take over from the throne of Pelé. Edson Arantes do Nascimiento, better known as Pelé, will surely know since Leo Messi signed this day a goal poker against Eibar and that ‘therefore’ is only 17 of the record that the legendary Brazilian player still holds, with the 643 goals he scored in official matches with Santos.A record that has been in force for more than five decades, but that is about to fall like a ripe fruit because of an Argentine born in Rosario 32 years ago. And it is that Messi already adds a total of 626 goals in 715 matchs, with an average of 0.87 goals per game, distributed as follows: 436 in the League, 114 in the Champions League, 53 in the Copa del Rey, 14 in the Spanish Super Cup, 5 in the Club World Cup and 3 in the Spanish Super Cup.