Share Argonauts of the Week Alex Dumond (left) and Anna Stoecklein Argonaut Weekly: Week 1 Recap PENSACOLA, Fla. – In a successful opening weekend for the Argonauts, the West Florida men’s soccer, women’s soccer and volleyball teams went undefeated and the men’s and women’s cross country teams had strong showings at their first meet. The UWF volleyball team picked up three victories at the Comfort Inn-vitational to highlight the home action on Friday and Saturday, and the No. 2 Argos women’s soccer team also picked up wins in the team’s two matches at the ArgoFanShop.com Invitational.ARGONAUTS OF THE WEEKAlex DumondMen’s SoccerJunior DefenderAlthough he came off the bench in both games, junior defender Alex Dumond (Delray Beach, Fla./Jefferson) was an impact player for the Argonauts on offense and defense. Dumond played the second half in Thursday’s 3-0 win at Spring Hill, helping limit the Badgers to three shots during the half. On Saturday, Dumond provided the offensive punch, scoring once in the first half on an overlapping run from the back and then heading in the game-winner on a corner kick in overtime.Anna StoeckleinVolleyballSophomore Libero/Defensive SpecialistSophomore Anna Stoecklein (St. Charles, Mo./Missouri) had a stellar first weekend for the UWF volleyball team, leading the Argos to a 3-0 record. Stoecklein totaled 45 digs over the three matches, averaging 4.5 per set. Her top mark of the weekend included a 24-dig performance in Friday’s season opening win over Southern Indiana.–WEEK IN REVIEWVolleyball9/3 vs. Southern Indiana: 3-1 W9/3 vs. Eckerd: 3-0 W9/4 vs. Missouri-St. Louis: 3-0 WHead Coach Melissa Wolter recaps the week:–Women’s Soccer9/3 vs. Nova Southeastern: 2-1 W (OT)9/5 vs. Barry: 3-2 WSophomore Tori Fish recaps the week:–Men’s Soccer9/2 @ Spring Hill: 3-0 W9/4 vs. Tennessee Wesleyan (@ Baylor School): 3-2 W (OT)Sports Information Director Matt Rowley recaps the week:–Cross CountryMen – @ George Kyte Invitational: 5th of 10Women – @ Georgia Kyte Invitational: 7th of 10Head Coach John Bergen recaps the week:–For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.Print Friendly Version
(mirror.co.uk) Sekitar 700 terpaksa dievakuasi dari gerbong karena kereta cepat Eurostar yang mereka tumpangi mogok dan terjebak di dalamnya selama hampir tiga jam. Penumpang yang berada di dalam kereta mengatakan suhu gerbong naik hingga lebih dari 40 derajat Celcius setalah AC mati karena listrik mati.Baca juga: Eurostar Tambahkan Layanan Kereta Cepatnya dari London Menuju Belanda Para penumpang yang diungsikan tersebut menunggu didalam gerbing sampai kereta lain datang untuk membantu. Dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari laman metro.co.uk (24/7/2019), kereta Eurostar tersebut mogok tak lama setelah meninggalkan Brussel (Belgia) untuk mencapai tujuan akhir di London (Inggris). Tom Theys seorang penumpang mengatakan, dirinya merasa tidak nyaman saat kereta semakin panas. “Kami meninggalkan Brussels pukul 11 pagi waktu setempat dan tepat di luar daerah perkotaan ketika kereta tiba-tiba berhenti. Mereka memberi tahu kami bahwa mereka harus mematikan semua listrik di kapal. Yang terbesar adalah AC, suhunya naik hingga sekitar 45°C di dalam kereta,” ujarnya.Dia mengaku, penumpang tinggal di dalam kereta selama sekitar dua jam dan saat itu penuh sesak. Untungnya para petugas dengan sigap membawakan air bagi penumpang. Namun kondisi di dalam gerbong semakin panas sehingga membuat kondisi tidak nyaman.Penumpang lain bernama Melissa Houghton mengatakan dia memikirkan waktunya di kereta yang penuh sesak lebih dekat ke tiga jam. Dia berbagi foto dirinya tersenyum dengan teman-teman setelah akhirnya bisa melarikan diri dari kereta panas. Eurostar mengumumkan di Twitter bahwa kereta kosong akan segera tiba untuk membawa penumpang kembali ke Brussels.“Karena masalah pasokan listrik overhead, kereta 9121 tidak dapat melanjutkan perjalanannya. Kami saat ini kami memiliki kereta yang kosong meninggalkan Brussels Midi yang akan kami transfer penumpang dan mengembalikan penumpang ke Brussels Midi di mana kami akan merawat mereka,” ujar juru bicara Eurostar.Adanya hal ini, pihak Eurostar mengatakan pada penumpang yang menggunakan layanannya untuk menghindari bepergian dengan layanan mereka di pukul 12.58 dari London ke Brussel dan 14.56 dari Brussel ke London. Dalam perjalanan dari London ke Brussel, Eurostar akan melintasi terowongan Channel (Channel Tunnel) yang menghubungkan antara daratan Eropa dan Inggris.Baca juga: Serba-Serbi Channel Tunnel, Terowongan Rel Terpanjang Kedua di Dunia“Salah satu kereta kami ditahan karena ada masalah dengan catu daya. Kami sedang berupaya menyelesaikan ini sesegera mungkin, dan kereta lain telah dikirim dari Brussels untuk mengumpulkan para pelancong. Pelanggan dengan pemesanan sore ini harus memeriksa situs web kami apakah ada pembatalan yang disebabkan oleh efek knock-on dan kami mohon maaf atas ketidaknyamanan yang ditimbulkan,” ujar juru bicara itu.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedTerjebak di Kereta Karena Salju, Penumpang Southeastern Tarik Alarm Darurat dan Melompat Turun09/03/2018In “Darat”Eurostar Tambahkan Layanan Kereta Cepatnya dari London Menuju Belanda30/01/2019In “Darat”Berkiblat ke Eropa dan Jepang, Ridwan Kamil Usulkan Pembuatan Gerbong Khusus Sepeda14/01/2019In “Darat”
Related TopicsWestlake BowlingWestlake Demons Vince McKee The Westlake Girls Bowling Team capped off a very successful GCIBL season by winning the League Tournament. The Demons had their best showing of the year at the difficult Game of Wickliffe lanes with a 2319 series.The Demons were led by Juniors Charlotte Button (426), Peyton Hedges (416), and Eve Anitas (406), Freshman Taylor Hedges (406), and Senior Bridgette Watkins (370).Button’s 426 also placed her in 5th place for the singles scratch series award. Senior Holly Tomkalski had a nice 398 series, and Junior Emily Fankhauser (423) received a 3rd place award for her nice 657 handicap series.At the GCIBL award ceremony, the Westlake Girls brought home a couple arm-load of trophies, including: winning multiple JV championships, winning the GCIBL League Tournament, and winning the Ron Reeves Baker Championship award.In addition to the 2 individual awards noted above, Junior Peyton Hedges made the 2nd-team All Stars with a combination of her average and points awarded for accomplishments during the season.
GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES The powerfully built Dementieva’s punishing serves and two-handed backhands had her opponent scampering around the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium court in similar fashion to how Hingis controlled her semifinal win over Maria Sharapova.Hingis’ serve lacked the conviction and power evident in the Sharapova victory, and the No. 2 seed Dementieva easily broke her three times in the first set.Things got worse in the second set as a bemused-looking Hingis could only watch as a string of winners were fired past the static Swiss star. The match-point winner was another rocket from the racket of the world No. 9, who secured her first Tier 1 WTA Tour singles title in little under an hour.For now Hingis, who was a wild card entry into the tournament, is just happy to be back playing competitively after the heartbreak of her premature retirement in 2002.“I’ve exceeded my own expectations and am happy to be playing good tennis once again,” Hingis said. “I’ve got a couple of things I have to work on, and I’ll go where this takes me.”“I’ve been playing well for the last five or six weeks,” she said.Hingis’ march to the final saw her beat No. 3 seed Natalie Dechy, and Russians Maria Kirilenko and top seed Sharapova, going some way to dispell doubts she wouldn’t be able to mix it with the power hitters of the women’s game.Then she came up against another Russian in Dementieva.“I guess I just faced one Russian too many,” Hingis joked.One who is a big fan of the 25-year-old.“She’s always been my favorite player — and after this match I like her even more.” a smiling Dementieva said of Hingis.“I was trying to play aggressively. I didn’t feel any pressure before the match and felt I had nothing to lose. “I’ve never had a 6-0 in the final, only against me,” Dementieva said.“But it was a very good game and the score doesn’t tell the whole story,” she said.The Russian was just being nice.Dementieva was superior in all areas of the game, punching out passes either side of Hingis, but also producing a number of delicate lobs when Hingis was drawn to the net — alien territory for her in this tournament.“I love to do passing shots,” Dementieva said. “When she started to come to the net I could see she didn’t like my groundstrokes and was trying to change the pace. I was able to use those lobs effectively,” Dementieva said.Hingis’ showing in Tokyo means her ranking will jump from 117th to just outside the top 50.Dementieva will move up one position and the 24-year-old picked up 23.3 million yen ($196,900) for winning her fifth career singles title.Hingis won this event in 1997, ’99, 2000 and ’02 and has now been runnerup three times.She retired the year of the final Tokyo triumph because of a chronic ankle injury.She made her comeback at the start of this year, reaching the last four in her comeback tournament and getting to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open before winning the mixed doubles there with India’s Mahesh Bhupati.Her return really gathered pace, though, after she destroyed world No. 4 and defending champion Sharapova 6-3, 6-1 in Saturday’s semifinal.Hingis aims to play in Dubai later in February and next month in Doha, but is still taking tentative steps on her comeback.“I just want to pace myself and see how my body copes with it,” Hingis said.In the doubles final, No. 2 seeds Lisa Raymond of the United States and Australia’s Samantha Stosur beat top seeds Cara Black of Zimbabwe and Australia’s Rennae Stubbs 6-2, 6-1. Russia’s Elena Dementieva ended Martina Hingis’ bid for a first singles title in her comeback with a crushing 6-2, 6-0 win in the Pan Pacific Open on Sunday.Elena Dementieva celebrates her victory over Martina Hingisin the Pan Pacific Open final at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
Mar 17, 2015; Dayton, OH, USA; Mississippi Rebels guard Ladarius White (10) shoots while defended by Brigham Young Cougars guard Skyler Halford (23) during the second half in the first round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at UD Arena. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports Session ID: 2020-09-19:2342de23e42eed1dbb142ee Player ID: videojs-brightcove-player-485254-4120328506001 OK Close Modal DialogCaption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Around 5 a.m. Wednesday morning, M.J. Rhett threw open his hotel room door and crawled into bed.He flipped on the TV.Sure enough, highlights from Ole Miss’ improbable comeback win – completed just hours ago – over BYU in the first round of the NCAA Tournament flashed across the screen.“Wow,” Ole Miss’ senior forward recalls thinking. “That really happened. That’s unbelievable.”Needless to say, Rhett and many of his Ole Miss teammates had a hard time sleeping on the heels of the emotionally-charged victory.But Xavier (21-13) isn’t waiting for them to rest.The No. 11 seed Rebels are tasked with overcoming a quick turnaround when they take on the No. 6 Musketeers on Thursday (3:10 p.m., TBS) at Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida in the second round on the NCAA Tournament.“After that (game), everyone was so excited,” forward Sebastian Saiz said. “It was a pretty long night.”Yes, the Rebels (21-12) are tired. None of them are denying that.How could they?They boarded a charter plane in Dayton, Ohio after 2 a.m. after dashing back to the hotel for a quick shower. They rolled up to the hotel in Jacksonville just before 5 a.m.Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy let his players get some extra rest. Wake up call was around 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, followed by a team breakfast.“It still feels like a dream come true,” Rhett said. “I closed my eyes at 5:45 (a.m.). It’s been wild.”Rhett doesn’t think the whirlwind of the past 24 hours will hamper his team’s play on Thursday.In fact, he thinks the exact opposite.“We got a game in. We got a win in,” Rhett said. “(Xavier) hasn’t. …We know what it feels like already in the tournament. We have more confidence than they do.”Kennedy sees it all as nothing new.“Think about our last two games. I don’t think I’ve experienced anything like it, and I’ve been doing this a long time,” Kennedy said. “For us to lose the way we did against South Carolina (in the SEC Tournament) and then having to watch and sweat… to see if your name would pop up (in the NCAA Tournament), then getting in the first four, …that was a quick turn.”So is this, and as a result Ole Miss has had to race into its film study of Xavier.“Most of the guys in (the locker room) probably had not seen tape on Xavier until noon (on Wednesday),” Kennedy said.They’ll see a team that pushes the ball inside, relying on points in the paint and mid-range shooting. Xavier shoots an average of 47 percent from the field, which is 29th in the country. “The upside is, we’re on a real emotional high,” Kennedy said. “Physically, we’re a little bit tired.”The Rebels didn’t over work themselves on Wednesday. They had a brief, 40 minute practice consisting of only light shooting drills.“We’re going to be rested, but we’re too excited to be tired,” Rhett said. “What we did was great, but we’ve all moved on to this next one. We don’t want to go home. We want to keep going.”Contact Riley Blevins at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @Riley_Blevins on Twitter. Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUND
1080p HD 360p 720p HD Rocori Football has advanced to the Class 4-A State Tournament Semifinals after posting a 30-7 win over Orono at St. Cloud State’s Huskies Stadium tonight.Rocori led 16-0 at halftime. Connor Schoborg connected with Derek Thompson on a pair of touchdown passes and Uriel Rodriguez made a 25-yard field goal in the first half.Gunner Feldhege took an end around for an 88-yard touchdown in the 3rd quarter after Derek Thompson caught a 28-yard TD pass from Schoborg adding to his touchdown total in the 3rd. About Connatix V56892 Rocori advances to play Winona at 4:30pm in the Class 4-A State Semifinals at U.S. Bank Stadium Friday November 18. Hear the game on WJON. Winona beat South St. Paul tonight 24-0. 1/1 About Connatix V56892 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Auto (360p)
WEST INDIES 1st inningsK. Brathwaite c wkp. Dickwella b Lakmal 3D. Smith run-out 7K. Powell b Kumara 38S. Hope c wkp. Dickwella b Kumara 44R. Chase c Mathews b Herath 38S. Dowrich not out 46J. Holder c wkp. Dickwella b Kumara 40D. Bishoo not out 0Extras: (b-10, lb-14, w-2, nb-4) 30Total: (6 wkts, 84 overs) 246Fall of wickets: 1-4, 2-40, 3-80, 4-134, 4-147, 5-237.Bowling: Lakmal 16-4-38-1, Gamage 18-5-44-0, D. Perera 16-1-42-0, Kumara 18-1-57-3, Herath 16-4-41-1. PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) – Several West Indies batsmen got starts but failed to carry on, leaving wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich to hold the innings together, on the opening day of the first Test against Sri Lanka here yesterday.Opting to bat first in good conditions at Queen’s Park Oval, the Windies finished the day on 246 for six, with the right-handed Dowrich unbeaten on a compact 46 and tail-ender Devendra Bishoo yet to score.Stroke-maker Shai Hope produced a classy 44 and captain Jason Holder struck 40 while Roston Chase and Kieran Powell both gathered 38.Pacer Lahiru Kumara was impressive, leading the Sri Lanka attack with three for 57.West Indies proved their own worst enemy, squandering the advantage every time they looked poised to take control of the innings.They suffered an early blow when they lost usually prolific opener Kraigg Brathwaite for just three with four runs on the board, caught at the wicket off seamer Suranga Lakmal in the third over of the morning.In a beautiful exhibition of seam bowling, Lakmal beat Brathwaite with the first two balls of the over, got him to defend the third one before finding the edge off the fourth, with wicketkeeper Niroshan Dickwella snaring the offering, diving to his right.There was no fairytale comeback for Devon Smith. Playing his first Test in three years, he also fell cheaply for seven, after adding 36 for the second wicket with Powell.He spent nearly an hour-and-a-half at the crease without much of the strike before failing to beat Kumara’s throw from short mid-wicket to Dickwella, as he and Powell attempted a sharp single.On 40 for two, the Windies flourished in the second hour as Powell and Hope then entertained in a 40-run third-wicket stand.Hope, quick on the pull and stylish on the drive, punched nine fours in a 90-ball knock which required 127 minutes.Powell, meanwhile, who has failed to capitalise on a string of starts since his return to Test cricket a year ago, counted six fours off 68 balls in just over an hour at the crease.Lahiru Kumara had one of his best days in Test cricket, constantly troubling the batsmen with a combination of pace and movement. (AFP)He looked a certainty for a half-century when, against the run of play, he inside-edged a drive at Kumara and lost his leg stump.Chase joined Hope to see the Windies safely to lunch without any further loss at 99 for three and ensured Sri Lanka remained wicket-less for an hour following the resumption, as they staged a 54-run, fourth-wicket partnership.Hope, in particular, rode his luck. He was caught behind off a no-ball in the first over after lunch from seamer Lahiru Gamage, before he had added to his interval 29.Two overs later, he was adjudged lbw also to Gamage on 33 but was reprieved by DRS, with replays showing an inside edge as he played back.However, his luck finally deserted him in the second over following the drinks break when he was caught down the leg-side by Dickwella, gloving a lifter from the lively Kumara.Chase, who faced 82 deliveries and struck five fours, followed with 13 runs added when he was caught at slip by Angelo Mathews, edging a forcing back foot shot off left-arm spinner Rangana Herath, 20 minutes before tea.His dismissal left the Windies tottering somewhat on 147 for five but Dowrich and Holder combined in a 90-run stand to dig their side out of trouble.On 153 for five at tea, West Indies grabbed the advantage in the first hour after the interval as the Barbadian pair emerged from a slow start to score freely.Dowrich, dropped on 16 at slip by Mathews off off-spinner Dilruwan Perera, has so far faced 131 deliveries in nearly 3-1/4 hours while Holder counted four boundaries off 91 balls in a shade over two hours at the crease.Dropped on 38 by Roshen Silva at slip off Kumara, Holder added only two more before perishing two overs later, caught at the wicket toe-edging a drive at a full-length delivery.He was initially given not out but eventually sent on his way after Sri Lanka took recourse through DRS.
LIVE TV SUBSCRIBE TO US Also Read | Drake wishes Baltimore Ravens star Lamar Jackson on 23rd birthdayIs LSU Tiger’s Joe Burrow the next big NCAA football star to make it to the NFL? Written By Joe Burrow and the rest of the LSU Tigers put in a commanding performance to triumph against the Clemson Tigers by a 42-25 scoreline in the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship. The NCAA football final, which was played at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Monday, was a huge affair which witnessed a host of present and former NFL stars attend the event in New Orleans. LSU Tigers star Joe Burrow went 31-for-49 for 463 yards and five passing touchdowns (TD) plus another one on the ground. How did he celebrate an incredible end to his fantastic season? Also Read | Zach Ertz breaks down after loss to Seahawks; reveals injuries to ribs and kidneyJoe Burrow and Thaddeus Moss combine to give LSU Tigers a stunning NCAA football win COMMENT Daniel Arambur WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 14th January, 2020 16:44 IST Joe Burrow Celebrates LSU Tigers NCAA Football Title By Smoking Cigar In Superdome: WATCH LSU Tiger’s Joe Burrow was caught on video smoking a cigar at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Monday after being crowned national champion. First Published: 14th January, 2020 16:44 IST Also Read | Patriots star Julian Edelman arrested for vandalism after jumping on car, police confirmLSU Tigers star Joe Burrow has broken multiple NCAA football in-game and season-long records over the course of the 2019-20 College football season. Thanks to the video of Joe Burrow and photo evidence from multiple media members, fans were blessed with a stunning clip of the star rookie. Joe Burrow exited LSU Tigers’ locker room by smoking a cigar inside the Superdome on his way to the team’s press conference. Against the Clemson Tigers, Joe Burrow broke the single-season passing touchdown record (60), while also leading LSU Tigers and also registered the single-season points record in the process. Also Read | Dez Bryant hits out at recently sacked Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett Also Read | Cowboys’ player sent abusive messages to ex-coach Jason GarrettJoe Burrow celebrates LSU Tigers NCAA football title by smoking a cigar FOLLOW US
While Tipp are preparing for a National Hurling League quarter final next weekend Cork are having to look much further ahead.Following their 13 point loss to Tipp in Páirc Uí Rinn yesterday the Rebels next competitive game will be the opening round of the Munster Championship on May 12th.Tipp meanwhile will face Dublin in Semple Stadium next Saturday at 4.30pm. John Meyler’s Cork will have to wait 62 days for their provincial championship clash with Tipp.He spoke to Tipp FM’s Stephen Gleeson after yesterday’s loss. Photo © YouTube
With the regular-season schedule set to be announced later this month, the Ravens unveiled their 2016 preseason schedule, which begins at home against the reigning NFC champion Carolina Panthers on Aug. 11.Baltimore will also host the Detroit Lions and take preseason road trips to Indianapolis and New Orleans. This will mark the first preseason meeting between the Ravens and the Colts.As expected, the Ravens’ typical preseason meetings with Philadelphia and Washington will not take place since Baltimore will play the NFC East in the 2016 regular season.Season-ticket holders frustrated over preseason prices can again take some satisfaction in knowing that the Ravens’ final preseason game — which rarely includes any starters — will be played on the road for the eighth straight year when the Ravens travel to New Orleans on Sept. 1. The Saints came to Baltimore for the preseason opener last year.The Ravens are 47-32 all time in preseason play and are 20-12 in the John Harbaugh era.Final dates and times will be announced at a later time.Week 1: Thursday, Aug. 11 vs. Carolina PanthersWeek 2: TBA at Indianapolis ColtsWeek 3: Saturday, Aug. 27 (tentative) vs. Detroit LionsWeek 4: Thursday, Sept. 1 at New Orleans Saints