Mona Shores soccer team now 8-3 in league following shutout of Kenowa Hills

first_img Add Comments (Max 320 characters) ENDS IN DEAL OF THE DAY Inappropriate / Offensive DEAL OF THE DAY Ads by Amazon Lemedy Women Padded Sports Bra Fitness Wo… × (32825) Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Displayed poorly $0.00 Displayed poorly Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. (8133) Not relevant Shop Now Inappropriate / Offensive 0 $20.00$233.61 Other Not relevant Displayed poorly Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Bestseller Report a problem This item is… Inappropriate / Offensive Bestseller Other DEAL OF THE DAY × Other Nuun Sport: Electrolyte Drink Tablets, Citru… Inappropriate / Offensive DEAL OF THE DAY $0.00 Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Report a problem This item is… Not relevant ENDS IN Other Not relevant ENDS IN NBC Sports Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Special… LocalSportsJournal.comHayden Yaros had a goal and two assists to lead the Mona Shores soccer team to a 4-0 shutout of Kenowa Hills on Tuesday in an O-K Black Conference game.George Deveau, Clark Meston and Anthony Sowles also scored goals for the Sailors, who improved to 10-7 on the season and 8-3 in conference play.Meston and David McNiff each had an assist. Goalkeeper Keegan Dekuiper collected the shutout for Mona Shores. Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Other Report a problem This item is… Report a problem This item is… Displayed poorly $0.00 DEAL OF THE DAY Inappropriate / Offensive Not relevant × Other Displayed poorly (832) Bestseller Report a problem This item is… DEAL OF THE DAY × Not relevant DEAL OF THE DAY FOX Sports: Stream live NFL, College Footbal… Not relevant (3879) Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Bestseller Share Inappropriate / Offensive ENDS IN Displayed poorly (1445) Twelve Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Bestseller Bestseller ENDS IN Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Share $19.29 Other Add Comments (Max 320 characters) (35309) Other Bestseller Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Add Comments (Max 320 characters) × × Fox Sports Go Add Comments (Max 320 characters) (975) Inappropriate / Offensive Inappropriate / Offensive Ads by Amazon DEAL OF THE DAY Report a problem This item is… Not relevant Mail ENDS IN Add Comments (Max 320 characters) × Report a problem This item is… Sports Illustrated × (5153) Displayed poorly Shares Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. $14.99 Displayed poorly ENDS IN Bestseller $9.99 Report a problem This item is… $22.99 ENDS IN last_img read more

Police Resume Search for Plane Carrying Cardiff Striker Emiliano Sala

first_imgPolice on the British island of Guernsey resumed the search Wednesday for a missing plane carrying Premier League player Emiliano Sala, who is presumed dead after debris was found in the water.The light aircraft carrying the Argentine striker, who signed for Cardiff City at the weekend, disappeared from radar around 20 kilometres north of Guernsey on Monday night.“We have resumed searching,” the police said.“Two planes are taking off and will search a targeted area we believe has the highest likelihood of finding anything, based on review of the tides and weather since it [the plane] went missing.“Coastal areas around [the nearby island of] Alderney and off-lying rocks and islands will also be searched from the air.”Sala, who signed on Saturday from French club Nantes for a reported fee of 17 million euros, was flying to Cardiff on a single-engine Piper PA-46 Malibu aircraft.It has emerged he expressed concerns about the plane on the flight, according to an audio message sent to friends and relatives.“I’m on a plane that looks like it’s going to fall apart, and I’m leaving for Cardiff,” Sala said in a WhatsApp audio message carried by Argentine media.“If in an hour and a half you have no news from me, I don’t know if they will send people to look for me, because they will not find me, you know. Dad, I’m so scared,” he added.A 15-hour search on Tuesday covering a 3,000 square-kilometre area in the Channel spotted “a number of floating objects in the water”, Guernsey police said on Tuesday.“We have found no signs of those on board. If they did land on the water, the chances of survival are at this stage, unfortunately, slim,” they added.Relatedlast_img read more

Jada Pinkett Smith’s “Red Table Talk” extends first season by 13 episodes

first_imgPhoto: Stan Evans(LOS ANGELES) — Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk just premiered last month, but it’s already been extended.The show has so far aired six episodes out of 10, but it’s just been announced that the series will air an additional 13 episodes this fall. The series features Pinkett Smith, her daughter Willow and her mom Adrienne Banfield-Norris discussing today’s issues from the viewpoints of three different generations.In a statement, Pinkett Smith said, “The community that has been built around the Red Table is so strong and keeps my mother, Willow and I inspired to keep going…There is so much more to explore together and so many people to bring to the table to do it with us.”She added, “We have learned so much along the way. With that being said, I believe, this next 13…is going to be fire!”If you want to catch up on the series, go to the Watch tab on Facebook, or use the Facebook TV app.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more

Arsenal tougher challenge than Real – Ozil

first_img0Shares0000Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil (R) contemplates his side’s 3-0 defeat in their Premier League match against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in south London on April 10, 2017LONDON, United Kingdom, Apr 16 – Mesut Ozil claims in his new autobiography that the physical nature of the English game makes it a sterner challenge than the ‘elegant’ Spanish league.The Arsenal playmaker, whose future with the embattled club is still uncertain, given his reluctance to continue with contract negotiations until he receives clarity on the future of Arsene Wenger, says that the aggressive nature of the Premier League has caused his body severe pain. “The Premier League is the toughest challenge I’ve experienced in football,” Ozil says in Gunning for Greatness: My Life.“If you can’t take it here, without whining, then you’re history. It’s something I had to get to grips with in the first few weeks and months after my switch from Real Madrid,” the 28-year old, who started his career in the Bundesliga, writes.“Whereas in Spain the entire game is based on elegant ball play — even teams from lower leagues try the same — in England you have scratching, biting and fighting. In England, football is one tackle after another. There’s barely any respite.“Generally this doesn’t happen in Spain because the ball is constantly on the move. Pass, pass, pass. The opponent rarely has the opportunity to intervene because the ball is already on the other side of the pitch.“In England you fail to notice how hard it is during the game itself and how many attacks the body sustains. You’re so full of adrenaline that you don’t feel the pain. But then, under the shower, you discover the ‘misery’. After some matches my shins have looked as if someone has gone at them with a hammer, covered in blue marks.“I’ve had scratches on the neck and bruises on my back, shoulders and chest from opponents’ elbows welcoming me into the Premier League when the referee wasn’t watching.“We complain so that the next time he’ll watch more carefully and spot if we’re kicked or elbowed. I do this just like Franck Ribery, Arjen Robben or Lionel Messi — all players who get kicked a lot because opponents are trying to disrupt their rhythm and because sometimes it’s the only way to stop them.“But, to my great surprise, I was forced to realise that even the English referees have their very own form of communication. In my early days at Arsenal they dismissed my appeals in a way that made me think I’d misheard them. They’d say things such as ‘Don’t whinge. You’ve got to deal with it. Welcome to the Premier League.’”“Sledging from the opposition. Cutting comments from refs. And football that’s harder than anywhere else — that’s the Premier League. That’s English football,” Ozil said. “And that’s the football I’ve got used to and love today.“At Arsenal I’ve grown tougher. I’ve learned to take so much more. I’ve toned a few more muscles than during my time at Real Madrid so I’m in a better position to meet the physical challenges.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more