WG volleyball beats F-M; Westhill still unbeaten

first_imgMany of the area’s high school girls volleyball teams would make their way to Phoenix on Saturday for the Onondaga High School League tournament.West Genesee was not one of them, but the Wildcats’ late-season turnaround continued Thursday when it defeated Fayetteville-Manlius in four sets after getting swept by the Hornets on Sept. 18.A close first set went 26-24 in WG’s favor, and it won the second 25-18. F-M dominated the third set 25-8, and were close to forcing a fifth set before the Wildcats broke a 24-24 tie and held serve to win again 26-24 in the fourth and end it. Skaneateles improved its mark to 14-2 in Tuesday’s match against 11-3 LaFayette. The Lakers won the first and third sets by 25-21 margins, with the Lancers claiming the second set 25-23. Also, the fourth set was close, but Skaneateles closed it out 25-20 as Maeve Canty amassed 26 kills and 19 digs.Emma Keady earned 33 assists and eight digs, with Kristen Henry getting six kills and Rory Comer adding five kills, seven assists and seven digs. Emma Miller had 13 digs to go with Henry’s 14 digs and Alex Csemez finished with nine digs.Marcellus routed Phoenix 25-11 in the first set and 25-8 in the third, with a 25-23 set in between as Brook Finarty had 10 kills, with Bronte Stahl getting 10 assists, four aces and four kills. Anna Fern earned seven kills and Jenna Mattison finished with 17 assists.Meeting Homer on Thursday, the Mustangs lost in four sets. The two sides split 25-18 sets before the Trojans won close 25-23 and 26-24 decisions in the third and fourth.Mattison had 15 assists and Stahl gained 11 assists, plus nine kills. Fern added eight kills  and Finarty had five kills to go with seven digs. Defensively, Evelyn Webster had 18 digs and Elaine Grattan finished with 15 digs.Bishop Ludden continued a late-season surge with its 25-21, 25-17, 25-14 sweep over Phoenix, with Jasmine Cuffee getting eight kills and 10 digs as Megan Virkler also had eight kills, plus six aces. Kate Ruddy produced 23 assists and Ally Royal added six digs. Mia Mignacca finished with five aces.Then Ludden handled Altmar-Parish-Williamstown 25-12, 25-15, 25-20 on Thursday night to move to 12-5 overall. Ruddy and Royal both served up seven aces, Ruddy adding 13 assists as Royal got nine digs and Cuffee produced eight kills.Jordan-Elbridge got a 25-20, 25-16, 20-25, 25-18 victory over Syracuse Academy of Science Tuesday night. Elizabeth Bartoszewski had 12 digs and Sarah Lane had 11 assists, with Ranait McGuire earning five blocks.Against Bishop Grimes on Thursday, the Eagles prevailed 25-18, 20-25, 25-7, 25-18 to improve to 9-10 overall, with 15 assists from Lane and 14 digs from Bartoszewski. McGuire amassed 13 kills and four blocks, while Eaton had six kills and eight digs.Solvay had a long battle with Homer Tuesday, dropping the first two sets 25-165 and 25-10, but roaring back to take the next two sets 25-16 and 25-21 before a 25-10 loss to the Trojans in the final set.Sophia Guadagnolo recorded 36 assists for the Bearcats as Myah Platler got 14 kills and 13 digs. Isabelle Lambert had nine kills, with Genea Kadlubowski earning eight kills and six digs. Alicia Granger had 19 digs and six kills as Jordan Bamba produced 18 digs.In Thursday night’s 25-8, 20-25, 25-20, 25-19 win over Living Word Academy, the Bearcats saw Granger produce seven kills, seven aces and eight digs, with Platler and Anastasia LaFlair each earning six kills. Guadagnolo had 28 assists, five aces and five digs, Bamba getting 12 digs and Lambert earning four aces. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Doing it all, Anna Snyder gained 24 assists, nine digs and five kills, while on defense Mackenzie Winn managed 24 digs. Brynn Zajac earned 11 kills, with Isabella Allen earning nine kills and six digs. Mia Lamanna contributed five kills.Westhill kept itself undefeated with a pair of sweeps, the Warriors smashing past Institute of Technology Central 25-7, 25-13, 25-7 Tuesday night as it got 21 aces, five of them from Tori Militi to go with her 20 assists. Grace O’Connell added four aces as Sara Galante got 10 kills and O’Connell added five kills.A day later, Westhill routed Mexico 25-10, 25-7, 25-17. Schwartz had 12 assists and Gianna Militi had 12 digs as, up front, Galante earned nine kills and Heinrich added four kills. Tags: Bishop LuddenJ-EMarcellusSolvayvolleyballWest GeneseeWesthilllast_img read more

Men’s basketball: Brevin Pritzl may be Wisconsin’s secret weapon this postseason

first_imgBrevin Pritzl was born and raised here in Wisconsin. Playing basketball at De Pere High School — just outside of Green Bay, Wisconsin — Pritzl led the Red Birds to four conference championships in four seasons.Pritzl also solidified himself in the school record books as a prolific scorer, with 1,720 points over his career, helping the Red Birds earn 84 wins in the same period, an average of 21 wins a year.Pritzl has gone on to be an impactful yet under-the-radar bench player for the Badgers over the past four years. As a redshirt junior this season, Pritzl has averaged 5.1 points per game to go along with 2.3 rebounds per game. Pritzl has also shot 45.4 percent from beyond the arc, leading the team in three-point percentage.Men’s basketball: No. 19 Wisconsin get back on track with win over Penn StateThe No. 19 University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team (20-9, 12-6 Big Ten) defeated the Penn State Nittany Lions (12-17, Read…While most University of Wisconsin basketball fans know exactly who the sharpshooting junior is, many fans outside of Wisconsin have never even heard his name.“Playing steady and solid is all you can ask for,” Pritzl said in reference to how he contributes to the team.Pritzl has only scored 149 points this entire season, but 90 of those have come from behind the three-point line.Pritzl has also stayed under-the-radar by consistently coming off the bench, with just 21 starts in his career, all of which came last season with a young Badgers squad riddled by injuries.Pritzl’s shooting abilities have also helped to open up the floor for the rest of Wisconsin’s roster.Clutch is a very prevalent word to describe Pritzl. He doesn’t always post the big stat lines, but it seems as if every time Wisconsin finds themselves in a mid-game run, Pritzl gets his hands on the ball somehow.“It’s just me staying ready and being shot-ready at every moment. Knowing where the shot is going to come from or how you’re going to get to them, it’s just staying ready,” Pritzl said.Men’s basketball: As Badgers wrap up season, Ethan Happ’s free throw woes could end up costing themOne of the fundamentals of winning college basketball games is good free-throw shooting. As games come to an end, regardless Read…In the Badgers’ loss to Indiana last Tuesday, Pritzl was second on the team with a +11 rating, second only to Kobe King at +19. This shows that Wisconsin was, in general, more successful with Pritzl on the floor, including during their comeback in the middle of the second half.Pritzl also serves as a fairly good indicator as to whether the Badgers will win or not.In games Wisconsin has won this season, Pritzl is averaging 6.3 points, shooting 51.3 percent, including 47.1 percent from three and also pulling down nearly three rebounds per game.On the contrary, Pritzl is averaging just 2.5 points, 1.2 rebounds, and shooting 41.2 percent in games lost by the Badgers. These stats are fairly telling of Pritzl’s impact on a game, even if it is a small one.While it is clear that Pritzl, who has shot 14-for-19 — 73.7 percent — from three in his past ten games, is a great shooter, his greatest weapon may be his ability to get involved in anything that is happening on the floor.This includes being sixth on the team in rebounds, assists and getting to the free throw line. Pritzl is also fifth in generating steals. All of these stats lead the bench players for the Badgers, showing his efficiency when he is on the floor and how he truly represents the title of the sixth man on this Wisconsin team.Pritzl talked about being the sixth man on the team and how important it is to provide depth to the Badger offense.“It’s really important. If you can have people come off the bench and perform for extended periods of time it allows starters to get some rest so they can perform at their best ability,” Pritzl said.Football: Alex Hornibrook to leave UW in pursuit of finishing his career elsewhereThe three-year starting quarterback for the University of Wisconsin football team Alex Hornibrook notified Head Coach Paul Chryst early Wednesday Read…One such example of this is from the Badgers’ game against Michigan State at the Kohl Center earlier in mid-February. With the game tied about halfway through the first half, Pritzl drew a flagrant foul from Michigan State’s Matt McQuaid.Pritzl proceeded to sink both free throws and in the ensuing possession, drained a corner three to complete a five-point possession individually and give the Badgers a five-point lead. Pritzl finished that game with seven points, two rebounds and a block.Three other games from this season stand out as Pritzl-esque, including Houston Baptist in mid-November, Illinois in mid-February, and the Badgers’ most recent game against Penn State.In the Badgers’ blowout win against Houston Baptist, Pritzl provided value all across the board, shooting a lights out 5-for-5, including 3-for-3 from three-point land, finishing with 17 points. He also added three rebounds, an assist and a steal. During the Illinois game, some of Wisconsin’s top offensive and defensive producers struggled to find their stroke. While Ethan Happ and Trice combined for a total of 13 point — a value both have surpassed alone multiple times this season — Pritzl’s play was able to make up for these losses by way of a six point and game-leading ten rebound game.In Wisconsin’s most recent game against Penn State Saturday, Pritzl tied his season-high for points by pouring in 17 points on 5-for-5 shooting, including 4-for-4 from three. He also added two rebounds and hit a free throw late to put the game away.The overall lesson that can be learned here is that Pritzl, while not the most flashy player, may be one of the most valuable bench pieces for Wisconsin.Without Pritzl, the Badgers may not find themselves primed to go into the NCAA Tournament as a potential 4 or 5 seed in March.While Head Coach Greg Gard’s use of Pritzl may come into question at times, there’s no question that Pritzl is a player that any team headed into March Madness would want to add as valuable depth.last_img read more

Alpena Post weekly calls for service

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — Michigan State Police handled 61 calls for service and 10 traffic crashes between April 15 and April 21. Here’s your Alpena Post weekly stats.Troopers handcuffed several people over the past week. Three drivers were arrested for operating under the influence of drugs or alcohol. A minor was caught in possession of alcohol, and two other people for possession of narcotics and open intoxicants.The team satisfied three outstanding warrants, leading to two additional arrests. The Alpena Post patrols Alcona, Alpena, Montmorency, Oscoda, and Preque Isle counties.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Alpena business helps cancer patients with home cleaningNext Reconstruction of Miller Street should end by Julylast_img read more

Angels’ Kole Calhoun working to pull out of early-season slump

first_img Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter HOUSTON — Any hitter will tell you that slumps end one hit at a time.Kole Calhoun is hoping that his RBI single, which snapped a career-worst 0-for-20 rut, is the beginning of getting him out of an early-season hole.“It relieves some pressure for sure,” Calhoun said Tuesday, a day after his hit got the Angels on the board in a victory over the Houston Astros. “I made changes and adjustments. Sometimes it pays off right away and sometimes it doesn’t. You’ve just got to trust it. Once you get a little bit of success, it definitely helps.”It didn’t help much on Tuesday, though. Despite the big hit on Monday, he went hitless in four at-bats on Tuesday, with three strikeouts. He’s now hitting .180 with 25 strikeouts and three walks. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Upon reflection a day later, Scioscia said he was impressed with Anderson’s poise.“It speaks volumes to his concentration,” Scioscia said. “There are so many things that could have been a distraction to him last night. The game situation, the caliber of hitters he was facing, coming to Houston, a ballpark he grew up watching games in, and now he’s on the mound. He responded very well.“If he can filter out distractions like he did last night, there should be nothing that distracts him moving forward. If he keeps that focus, it’s going to go a long way toward helping him in his career.”ALSOMike Trout, who had been in center field for all but six of the innings the Angels had played this year, got a half-day off with a start at designated hitter on Tuesday night. …Matt Shoemaker (forearm strain) continued his throwing program on Tuesday, but Scioscia said it’s still too early to project when he might be able to progress to a mound. …Nick Tropeano will be pitching on Wednesday for the third time against the team that originally drafted him. Tropeano, who was traded to the Angels in the Hank Conger deal in 2014, has allowed four earned runs in 9-1/3 innings against the Astros. He last faced them in 2016, before undergoing Tommy John surgery.UP NEXTAngels (Nick Tropeano, 1-1, 3.75) at Astros (Justin Verlander, 3-0, 1.10), 11 a.m., Fox Sports West, KLAA (830 AM)Related Articles “It’s been tough lately,” he said. “This game sometimes doesn’t reward you for hard work. You’ve just got to keep going.”Manager Mike Scioscia said even before Calhoun’s big hit on Monday, he saw encouraging signs, like the line drive he hit to right field in the ninth inning of Sunday’s game. Although the ball was caught, it left Calhoun’s bat at 103 mph.“That was a great swing he put on it,” Scioscia said. “In batting practice, you are starting to see him get more comfortable in the things he’s doing. Hopefully, he’s getting more comfortable in the box.”IMPRESSIVE DEBUTScioscia said Justin Anderson’s major league debut on Monday night could be a positive sign for the 25-year-old’s future.Anderson, a Houston native, entered in the eighth inning of a game the Angels led 2-0. He had to face Josh Reddick, George Springer, José Altuve and Carlos Correa. Although Anderson gave up hits to Springer and Altuve, he struck out Correa to finish with a scoreless inning.last_img read more

World Series weather forecast for Los Angeles calls for lots of heat

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error A heat wave fueled by Santa Ana winds has hit Southern California just in time for the Dodgers’ first World Series game since 1988, with temperatures reaching triple digits.The National Weather Service forecast calls for temperatures in the 90s at game time for Tuesday 5:09 p.m. Game 1 at Dodger Stadium, with winds there fairly calm, compared to other areas of L.A. County.That could threaten the mercury mark for the hottest World Series game on record — Game 1 of the 2001 Series between the New York Yankees and Arizona Diamonbacks at Phoenix. The first-pitch temperature for that game, played on Oct. 27, was 94 degrees. The Santa Ana winds bring a high risk of wild fires. According to City News Service, a red-flag warning will be in effect until 6 p.m. Wednesday in the San Gabriel Mountains in L.A and Ventura counties, the Angeles National Forest in L.A. County and Ventura County’s Los Padres National Forest. The Santa Monica Mountains, the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and San Gabriel valleys, and the Los Angeles coastal zone, which includes beach cities, metropolitan Los Angeles, Downtown L.A. and the Hollywood Hills are also included.“The duration, strength and widespread nature of this Santa Ana wind event combined with the extreme heat and very dry fuels will bring the most dangerous fire weather conditions that Southwest California has seen in the past few years,” the Weather Service warned in a prepared statement.last_img read more

Dodgers to promote pitcher Dustin May to Double-A Tulsa

first_img Dodgers’ Dave Roberts says baseball’s unwritten rules ‘have changed, should change’ Related Articles Whicker: Dustin May yet another example of the Dodgers’ eye for pitching Dodgers’ Justin Turner looking rejuvenated on defense The Dodgers are promoting pitcher Dustin May, one of the top prospects in their organization, to Double-A Tulsa.May, 20, is 7-3 with a 3.29 earned-run average in 17 starts this season with Class-A Rancho Cucamonga. The 6-foot-6 right-hander has 94 strikeouts and only 17 walks in 98 1/3 innings this season. Baseball Prospectus ranked May 37th in its annual midseason list of MLB’s top 50 prospects.Sign up for our Inside the Dodgers newsletter. Be the best Dodger fan you can be by getting daily intel on your favorite team. Subscribe here.The Dodgers drafted May in the third round of the 2016 amateur draft out of Northwest High School in Justin, Texas.May last pitched Saturday for Rancho Cucamonga, allowing two runs in seven innings.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Dodgers bench slumping Cody Bellinger for a day Dodgers’ hot-hitting Corey Seager leaves game with back injury last_img read more

Joe Maddon explains Carl Edwards Jr. demotion, Pedro Strop faith ahead of Cubs’ deadline

first_imgSAN FRANCISCO — Since arriving here for a three-game set against the Giants, Joe Maddon has shared his contrasting outlooks on a pair of Cubs relievers who have gone from bullpen anchors to liabilities over the past few months.For one of the struggling pitchers, the manager offered sharp criticism. For the other, he expressed optimism of an immediate turnaround. So while president of baseball operations Theo Epstein is reportedly prepared to enter the trade market for bullpen help, the team’s best avenue to bolstering its late-inning group may be from within. On that front, patience is all the club can try to exchange for results.Strop is still in the big leagues working through his struggles, which the Cubs are anxious to see subside. Edwards, too, could re-emerge if he regains his organization’s trust.”He’s a guy I felt really good about giving the ball to in the seventh (game) of the (2016) World Series,” Maddon said. “That actually happened, it’s not imagination. … But you’ve got to be brutally honest sometimes to get where you want to go.” Carl Edwards Jr. did not pass Maddon’s feel test one outing after returning from the IL on Friday. Edwards hit a batter, walked another and surrendered an RBI single in a third of an inning Sunday, prompting his demotion to Triple-A. “There’s something missing there, and he’s got to find it,” Maddon said. “He can still be a (top reliever), no question. But again, when we talk about feel and what we’re seeing right here … it doesn’t appear that’s on the horizon. For us to get where we want to go, we can’t have that right now.”Pedro Stop, meanwhile, has held onto his manager’s late-inning trust despite giving up three runs to the Giants in the eighth frame of Monday’s 5-4 defeat. Maddon told reporters afterward he expects Strop “to be normal” soon and that the right-hander has been unlucky of late.”I really believe in Pedro,” Maddon said.The Cubs (54-46) hope at least one of Edwards or Strop can return to form soon to help them weather a tough playoff chase and potential October appearance.MORE: Watch live MLB games all season long on fuboTV (7-day free trial)Edwards has a 5.87 ERA this season and a 2.63 mark in 13 2/3 innings since May 6, when he was called up following an April demotion. Strop has a 5.47 ERA this season and a 7.47 mark in 15 2/3 innings since that date. Strop’s positive track record in Chicago runs deeper, though: He has been a top relief arm since midseason in 2013, whereas Edwards broke through in 2016.Maddon noted Strop’s history with the Cubs in his explanation of how he has approached the two.”The difference is the body of work,” Maddon said. “Don’t underestimate the body of work and the presence and everything else.”Edwards has not commented publicly since being sent back to Triple-A, where he spent a month earlier in the year.  Strop, on the other hand, said “it’s really good to hear” his manager hasn’t given up on him yet amid his continued shakiness on the mound.Edwards and Strop aren’t Chicago’s only bullpen concerns, of course. Brad Brach has a 6.05 ERA and midseason signing Craig Kimbrel has been slow to find a groove. Brach gave up the walk-off home run to Pablo Sandoval on Tuesday night.But the contributions of Edwards and Strop to the Cubs’ recent success have made their downturns particularly jarring. Neither pitcher has finished a full season in the organization with an ERA above 3.75. Most years, they’ve been much better than that.last_img read more

Bosnian Dragons on their Way to Israel

first_imgThe national football team of B&H left for Israel, where they will play on Sunday the match within the qualifications for the European Championship in France 2016.Our footballers did a light training this morning in Zenica and left for Sarajevo afterwards and then for Israel.The atmosphere within the team is excellent. Everyone hopes to achieve good results, necessary for participating at the EC.The match will take place on Sunday in Haifa at 20:45 o’clock.(Source: sportsport.ba)last_img read more

When does the NHL season start for 2019-20? Schedule of opening games for all 31 teams

first_imgWhen does the NHL season start for 2019-20? Hockey fans should brace themselves, because it’s almost here.Preseason action has been exciting, with many players making an impact at training camp and doing what they can to prove their worth to their respective clubs. A lot of teams are also expected to impress after impressive offseasons; Jack Hughes and P.K. Subban are bringing more depth to the New Jersey Devils, the New York Rangers have high-scoring wingers now in Kaapo Kakko and Artemi Panarin, the Florida Panthers have Sergei Bobrovsky between the pipes and the Vancouver Canucks got stronger on defense.Here’s everything you need to know about the NHL’s 2019-20 season openers, including the start date and TV schedules for all 31 teams.MORE: Watch NHL games with fuboTV (7-day free trial)When does the NHL season start?Date: Wednesday, Oct. 2The regular season kicks off on Oct. 2, and the NHL has an exciting slate lined up for opening night.First off, the defending Stanley Cup champion Blues will get to raise their banners against an interesting opponent: the Capitals, who hoisted the Cup just a year prior. It was both team’s first title in franchise history.Washington will be without Evgeny Kuznetsov for their season opener, as he’s serving a three-game suspension for “inappropriate conduct” after testing positive for cocaine during the IIHF World Championship in May. Another playoff rematch is also in the works on opening night with the Golden Knights getting a rematch against the Sharks. In Game 7 of the first round of the 2019 playoffs, the Sharks were down 3-0 halfway through the third period, when Cody Eakin received a controversial major penalty that led San Jose to score four straight power-play goals. Ultimately, they won in overtime, eliminating Vegas, who made the Cup Final in their first season in 2017-18.The Maple Leafs will also see familiar faces in their season opener against the Senators, with former assistant coach D.J. Smith serving as the Ottawa’s bench boss and Ron Hainsey, Tyler Ennis and Nikita Zaitsev suiting up for the Sens.NHL TV schedule for 2019 opening nightTime (ET)MatchupTV channel7 p.m.Senators vs. Maple LeafsSportsnet8 p.m.Capitals vs. BluesNBCSN10 p.m.Canucks vs. OilersSportsnet10:30 p.m.Sharks vs. Golden KnightsNBCSNNHL schedule for 2019-20Here a list of the season openers for all 31 teams as well as start times and TV channels.Anaheim Ducks: Thursday, Oct. 3 vs. Coyotes (10 p.m. ET, PRIME, FS-A, FS-A PLUS)Arizona Coyotes: Thursday, Oct. 3 at Ducks (10 p.m. ET, PRIME, FS-A, FS-A PLUS)Boston Bruins: Thursday, Oct. 3 at Stars (8:30 p.m. ET, FS-SW, NESN)Buffalo Sabres: Thursday, Oct. 3 at Penguins (7 p.m. ET, ATTSN-PT)Calgary Flames: Wednesday, Oct. 3 at Avalanche (9 p.m., ALT, SNW)Carolina Hurricanes: Thursday, Oct. 3 vs. Canadiens (7 p.m. ET, TSN2, RDS)Chicago Blackhawks: Friday, Oct. 4 at Flyers (2 p.m. ET, NBCSP)Colorado Avalanche: Thursday, Oct. 3 vs. Flames (9 p.m., ALT, SNW)Columbus Blue Jackets: Friday, Oct. 4 vs. Maple Leafs (7 p.m. ET, TSN4)Dallas Stars: Thursday, Oct. 3 vs. Bruins (8:30 p.m. ET, FS-SW, NESN)Detroit Red Wings: Saturday, Oct. 5 at Predators (8 p.m. ET, FS-D)Edmonton Oilers: Wednesday, Oct. 2 vs. Canucks (10 p.m. ET, SN)Florida Panthers: Thursday, Oct. 3 at Lightning (7 p.m. ET, SUN, FS-F)Los Angeles Kings: Saturday, Oct. 5 at Oilers (10 p.m. ET, HNIC, FS-W)Minnesota Wild: Thursday, Oct. 3 at Predators (8 p.m. ET, NBCSN)Montreal Canadiens: Thursday, Oct. 3 at Hurricanes (7 p.m. ET, TSN2, RDS)Nashville Predators: Thursday, Oct. 2 vs. Wild (8 p.m. ET, NBCSN)New Jersey Devils: Friday, Oct. 4 vs. Jets (7 p.m. ET, TSN3)New York Islanders: Friday, Oct. 4 vs. Capitals (7 p.m. ET, NBCSWA)New York Rangers: Thursday, Oct. 4 vs. Jets (7 p.m. ET, MSG, TSN3)Ottawa Senators: Wednesday, Oct. 2 at Maple Leafs (7 p.m. ET, SN)Philadelphia Flyers: Friday, Oct. 4 vs. Blackhawks (2 p.m. ET, NBCSP)Pittsburgh Penguins: Thursday, Oct. 3 vs. Sabres (7 p.m. ET, ATTSN-PT)St. Louis Blues: Wednesday, Oct. 2 vs. Capitals (8 p.m. ET, NBCSN)San Jose Sharks: Wednesday, Oct. 2 at Golden Knights (10:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN)Tampa Bay Lightning: Thursday, Oct. 3 vs. Panthers (7 p.m. ET, SUN, FS-F)Toronto Maple Leafs: Wednesday, Oct. 2 vs. Senators (7 p.m. ET, SN)Vancouver Canucks: Wednesday, Oct. 2 at Oilers (10 p.m. ET, SN)Vegas Golden Knights: Wednesday, Oct. 2 vs. Sharks (10:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN)Washington Capitals: Wednesday, Oct. 2 at Blues (8 p.m. ET, NBCSN)Winnipeg Jets: Thursday, Oct. 3 at Rangers (7 p.m. ET, MSG, TSN3)last_img read more

Wellington “Nooner” Lions Club gets its trailer stolen from a storage unit

first_img 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 (11) 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 Vigilanty Justice · 366 weeks ago I hope they find these idiots and HANG THEM ON MAIN STREET. This crap has got to stop. Crime has more than doubled with the casino to the north. Report Reply 7 replies · active 364 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down JustMe · 366 weeks ago Nooners are good(hehe). People that steal trailers are pathetic, scum sucking bottom feeders. Leaches of humanity Report Reply 0 replies · active 362 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down Roy Rogers · 366 weeks ago Really!! Has society stooped that low? What has happened to us as a society?? I know this is only the minority, but REALLY!!! Thief or Thieves, if you are reading this, please take the trailer back. Report Reply 0 replies · active 366 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Guest · 365 weeks ago They might be able to paint it, but they can’t change the structure of the trailer. I’m going to be checking every trailer I see that looks freshly painted that has the unique build that this one does. Report Reply 0 replies · active 365 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 by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Categorize this in the “life can stink,”, or the “some people don’t deserve to live” category — take your pick.The Wellington Lions Club “Nooners,” who gather every week as a non-profit organization to help make the community a better place to live in, got its trailer stolen from a storage unit on Lincoln and Fair Street.This was a big yellow with purple logo and lettering trailer used for such things as community toy drives during Christmas to provide gifts to needy children. Sometime between Saturday, July 20 and Monday, July 22, the trailer which was locked in a storage unit got stolen when someone broke off the new lockets placed on the shed and stole it.“They obviously wanted the trailer,” said Shawnna Gore, past President of the Wellington Lions Club. “We have the big flag we use in the parade inside it. They took it out and just took the trailer. Nothing else in the storage shed was taken. They didn’t mess with anything else.”If anyone has any information about the missing Wellington Lions Club trailer or the sicko(s) who stole it, contact the Wellington Police Department at 620-326-3331.This yellow trailer provided by the Wellington Lions Club was stolen from a storage unit in east Wellington.last_img read more