COACHES: Scott Moore, 32-25 in 6th year at Greensburg. Justin Roden, 3-4 in 1st year at East Central. Franklin County (3-4) at Batesville (7-0) COACHES: Shane Wellman, 9-10 in 2nd year at Franklin County. Eric Heppner, 127-77 in 18th year at Batesville. SAGARIN RATINGS: Greensburg, 58.41, 121st overall, 22nd in Class 3A. East Central, 56.86, 131st overall, 29th in Class 4A. LAST MEETING: East Central, 16-0, Oct. 5, 2012. Caz’s Pick: East Central VS. COMMON FOES: Franklin County 1-4, Batesville 5-0. OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Greensburg 24-25, East Central 17-18. LAST OUTING: Oldenburg Academy lost to Indianapolis Washington, 65-7. Union (Dugger) lost to Eastern Greene, 64-0. SAGARIN RATINGS: Union (Dugger),-5.56, 324th overall, 64th in Class 1A. Oldenburg Academy,-7.01, 325th overall, VS. COMMON FOES: South Decatur 1-3, North Decatur 1-3. LAST OUTING: Edinburgh defeated Southside HomeSchool, 62-28. Milan defeated South Decatur, 26-6. Caz’s Pick: South Decatur Rushville (5-2) at South Dearborn (0-7) OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Lawrenceburg 22-20, Connersville 26-23. GAME TIME: 7 PM at Spartans Field. GAME TIME: 7 PM at The Dog Pound. Country 103.9 WRBI. VS. COMMON FOES: Greensburg 3-1, East Central 3-1. LAST MEETING: North Decatur, 13-0, Oct. 5, 2012. Caz’s Pick: Milan PREDICTION: Batesville, 45-14. SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Batesville, 11-7. LAST MEETING: Milan, 31-0, sectional, Oct. 19, 2012. SAGARIN RATINGS: South Decatur, 26.93, 266th overall, 35th in Class 1A. North Decatur, 26.33, 269th overall, 37th in Class 1A. COACHES: Ryan Knigga, 21-10 in 3rd year at Lawrenceburg. Adam Kelly, 9-9 in 2nd year at Connersville. GAME TIME: 7 PM at Trojan Field. WRBIRADIO.COM Greensburg (4-3) at East Central (3-4) LAST OUTING: Lawrenceburg defeated Rushville, 34-0. Connersville lost to East Central, 48-23. VS. COMMON FOES: Lawrenceburg 4-0, Connersville 1-3. SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: East Central, 15-0. SAGARIN RATINGS: Rushville, 52.75, 156th overall, 34th in Class 3A. South Dearborn, 26.03, 271st overall, 60th in Class 4A. PREDICTION: East Central, 32-31. OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: South Decatur 25-24, North Decatur 30-19. OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Rushville 21-28, South Dearborn 26-23. LAST OUTING: Greensburg lost to Batesville, 42-14. East Central defeated Connersville, 48-23. Oldenburg Academy (1-4) at Union (Dugger) (0-7) LAST MEETING: Rushville, 14-7, Oct. 16, 1998. LAST OUTING: Rushville lost to Lawrenceburg, 34-0. South Dearborn lost to Franklin County, 56-20. COACHES: Bill Unsworth, 10-25 in 4th year at Edinburgh. Ed Wagner, 3-4 in 1st year at Milan. COACHES: Rod Martin, 18-29 in 5th year at South Decatur. Garry Sauley, 71-66 in 14th year at North Decatur. GAME TIME: 7 PM at Ed Knarr Field. SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: No meetings. PREDICTION: Rushville, 42-14. GAME TIME: 7 PM at Knights Stadium. SAGARIN RATINGS: Milan, 54.34, 147th overall, 19th in Class 2A. Edinburgh, 17.61, 297th overall, 49th in Class 1A. GAME TIME: 7 PM at The Tee Pee. Caz’s Pick: Rushville SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Rushville, 1-0. LAST MEETING: Batesville, 14-13, Oct. 5, 2012. PREDICTION: North Decatur, 29-28. OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Edinburgh 10-25, Milan 33-16. SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: South Decatur, 11-7. OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Oldenburg Academy 11-15, Union (Dugger) 25-17. PREDICTION: Milan, 56-14. SAGARIN RATINGS: Batesville, 75.27, 38th overall, 5th in Class 3A. Franklin County, 47.86, 173rd overall, 40th in Class 4A. South Decatur (2-5) at North Decatur (2-5) VS. COMMON FOES: Rushville 3-2, South Dearborn 0-5. COACHES: Rocky Alspaugh, 63-72 in 14th year at Rushville, 83-92 in 18th year overall. Chris Nobbe, 0-7 in 1st year at South Dearborn. OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Franklin County 19-30, Batesville 23-26. Caz’s Pick: Batesville Lawrenceburg (5-2) at Connersville (2-5) Caz’s Pick: Lawrenceburg LAST OUTING: Franklin County defeated South Dearborn, 56-20. Batesville defeated Greensburg, 42-14. Edinburgh (4-3) at Milan (3-4) SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Milan, 20-0. Here are this week’s picks.The best of luck to our area teams. PREDICTION: Union (Dugger), 35-31. Caz’s Pick: Oldenburg AcademyCourtesy of the IHSAA and John Harrell. COACHES: Wes Gillman, 1-4 in 1st year at Oldenburg Academy. Todd Gambill, 67-126 in 19th year at Union (Dugger). SAGARIN RATINGS: Lawrenceburg, 62.24, 97th overall, 15th in Class 3A. Connersville, 45.46, 187th overall, 44th in Class 4A. SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: No meetings. PREDICTION: Lawrenceburg, 38-17. LAST OUTING: South Decatur lost to Milan, 26-6. North Decatur lost to Indian Creek, 61-27. VS. COMMON FOES: Edinburgh 0-2, Milan 2-0. GAME TIME: 8 PM at Bulldog Field.
The IMCA Sunoco Late Model national champion receives a 4-gauge panel set while 2-gauge panel sets go to IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car and Mach-1 Sport Compact national champions. Both the Junior National Champion and Lady Eagle winner receive 3-gauge panel sets from the Lebanon, Tenn., manufacturer. “QuickCar is excited to continue our support of IMCA and very excited about the opportunities for the younger generation of racers they’re providing,” said Danny Knowles. Drivers ages 13-18 in all IMCA divisions contend for the inaugural Junior National Champion’s crown; all female drivers vie for the Lady Eagle title, awarded since 2007. In its seventh year of sponsorship, QuickCar again gives 3-gauge panels to IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod national champions. LEBANON, Tenn. – Two more of IMCA’s top drivers will receive post-season awards from QuickCar in 2020. Information about all QuickCar products is available at the www.quickcar.com website and on Facebook, or by calling 800 997-7333. The QuickCar high performance product line also includes volt meters, water pressure kits, tachometers and switch panels. All QuickCar awards will be presented during the national IMCA banquet in November. “The response to our new Junior National Championship has been quick and exact, and adding awards for that winner along with our Lady Eagle winner is a focus heading into 2020,” observed IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “QuickCar Racing Products is leading the way in stepping up their support and we know others will follow.”
Lyons said: “I’m leaning towards the Coventry Stakes with Cappella Sansevero. Third Dimension could go for the Britannia, while Fog Of War will probably go for a handicap. “Machete Mark will go for the Buckingham Palace or the Hunt Cup. If we come out with a winner at Royal Ascot we will be delighted as it is our Olympics. “The horses are fit and well and long may it continue.” Ger Lyons is putting together a strong squad for Royal Ascot next week. Press Association Lyons last tasted success at the meeting when Elletelle won the Queen Mary back in 2007. His unbeaten juvenile Cappella Sansevero will be heading up the team with some older handicappers offering strong support.
highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Juventus played a friendly against a K-League all-stars team.Juventus team arrived late from the airport.K-League has demanded an apology for Cristiano Ronaldo’s no-show. Seoul: South Korea’s K-League has accused Juventus of “deception” after superstar Cristiano Ronaldo sat out last week’s friendly in Seoul, enraging thousands of fans. The Korean league said it felt “disappointed and cheated” and demanded an apology from the Italian football champions after the Portuguese forward spent Friday’s game on the bench. A sell-out crowd of 65,000 made its displeasure known during the game against a K-League all-stars team, which was delayed for an hour after Juventus arrived late from the airport. After a flight delay, Juventus requested a police escort and also asked for the game to be cut to two 40-minute halves — a proposal that the K-League branded “ridiculous and insulting”. “K-League cannot help but feel disappointed and cheated by Juventus for its shamelessness,” a K-League statement said. More than 2,000 fans plan to sue the sports agency that organised the game, one of a series of pre-season appearances by European teams keen to promote themselves in Asia. The K-League was unhappy with Juventus’ response to an initial complaint, saying it did not contain an apology or explanation. The football body accused Juventus of a breach of contract by not playing Ronaldo, rejecting its explanation that he was rested on medical advice. “Ronaldo did not play even for a minute, contrary to the contract guaranteed that he will play for at least 45 minutes,” the K-League said. “If Ronaldo was unable to play, it would be a blatant deception to include Ronaldo as a substitute on the start list,” it added. The K-League also criticised the club’s travel arrangements and questioned its assertion that it took nearly two hours to get through the airport. “K-League clearly register our profound indignation and disappointment to Juventus’s irresponsible behaviour and manners, and we strongly urge Juventus to offer a sincere apology and explain the reason for Ronaldo’s no-show,” the statement said. Fans have lashed out at Ronaldo, urging a boycott of products promoted by the five-time Ballon d’Or winner, while “doing a ‘Naldo” has become a popular term for avoiding work in the office. The controversy was even dragged into the political arena when opposition lawmaker Na Kyung-won reportedly said: “There is one thing in common between (North Korean leader) Kim Jong Un and Ronaldo. They both perceive South Korea as a pushover.”
For the next 12 months, whatever else it might accomplish, the West Genesee boys lacrosse team must operate knowing that Fayetteville-Manlius has gained the upper hand in their decades-old rivalry.Twice, these teams played in April – hard-fought, low-scoring contests in the traditional mode of this series – and each time it was the Wildcats taking defeat, including last Tuesday’s 7-5 decision on the Hornets’ home turf.Back when these sides met April 11 at Mike Messere Field, WG struggled in the face-off circle and required a great defensive effort to keep the game close, though F-M still pulled it out 6-5. Yet all the Wildcats could produce was goals from three different players, Max Rosa and Ryan Sheehan both finding the net twice and Brad Cunningham adding a single goal.Jack Shanley’s two goals and two assists paced F-M’s modest attack. Mike Howe also scored twice, adding an assist, with Zach Nestor getting a goal and two assists. Vince Congliandro had one goal and one assist. Combined, goalies Ben Hammond and Jack Van Valkenburgh had 11 saves.Back home Thursday night, WG faced Cicero-North Syracuse, off its own narrow defeat to a rival (Liverpool). Both sides were hungry, but it was the Wildcats taking over in the third quarter and earning a 13-7 victory to complete a regular-season sweep of the Northstars.WG ha routed C-NS 17-5 when they met in April, but the Northstars were ready for the rematch, taking an early lead and, even when the Wildcats answered, pushing the game to halftime tied, 5-5.But once WG started to dominate face-offs in the third quarter, it translated to a 6-1 run, the Wildcats having Sheehan produce five assists and Max Rosa net four goals.Liam Sexton had two goals and two assists, with Cunningham getting two goals and an assist. Riley Small had two assists as Alex Rosa, Nick Louise, Jimmy Bergan and Lucias Allen also scored.Even with that win, WG knew that a bigger tatement could be made Saturday night if it went to Alibrandi Stadium and knocked off 12-2, state Class C no. 4-ranked Christian Brothers Academy.But the Brothers jumped all over the Wildcats, leading them 5-0 after one period, and WG never recovered, also shut out in the third quarter as it eventually took a 9-4 defeat.Max Rosa had two of the Wildcats’ four goals, with the others going to Louise and Sheehan, but most of WG’s chances were turned back as CBA goalie Z.J. Shanin stopped 17 of the 21 shots he faced. Wyatt Auyer led the Brothers with four goals as Ryan Mackenzie got a goal and three assists.WG would try for a regular-season sweep of Syracuse Tuesday and then challenge Baldwinsville on Thursday night before closing the regular season May 14 against Liverpool.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Now, having used wins over Liverpool and Spencerport to bounce back from a lopsided April 23 loss to Baldwinsville, the Wildcats put itself in position for its most impressive win yet this spring.Down 2-1 after one period, WG struck for three unanswered goals and blanked F-M the rest of the half, taking a 4-2 advantage, but was unable to make it stick.Unleashing its own attack, F-M hit four times in the third quarter and shut the Wildcats out. Ultimately, WG settled down, its defense again playing well as Luke Staudt worked his total to 17 saves. Tags: boys lacrosseWest Genesee
Sophomore running back Montee Ball carries the ball for the Cardinal squad in Saturday\’s annual Spring Game. Ball started in place of John Clay, rushing for 74 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries.[/media-credit]Kickoffs were nonexistent, some scores counted for double and the quarterbacks looked more prepared for a Christmas party than a football game, wearing green practice jerseys over their cardinal or white jerseys.Yes, Saturday’s spring game was just that — a spring game. However, despite the final score reading 33-11 in favor of the Cardinal (first team plus key reserves), very few Badgers were happy with the day’s offensive production.“We need to be better than that in the fall,” starting quarterback Scott Tolzien said. “It’s good for us to have a setback like that, as long as we use it to our advantage to realize that there’s a sense of urgency here and we gotta have a great offseason to move forward.”While the negative attitude may seem exaggerated given the date of the game, both the Cardinal and White squads had lackluster days on the offensive end, particularly in the red zone.Starting at the 30-yard-line to prevent injuries on kickoffs, the Cardinal managed only two field goals on its first two drives and ended the first quarter up 6-0.In the second, Tolzien led the first teamers down the field for a touchdown on a two-yard Montee Ball touchdown run. The sophomore was starting in place of John Clay, who has been held out of all spring practices after offseason ankle surgery.“I feel that we got beat on the line of scrimmage. I feel like I could have made better reads too,” Ball said. “I got a lot of work to do and I’m taking pride in it over the summer.”The Cardinal would score again shortly before halftime, this time on a seven-yard run by Ball. The first team managed only five more points in the second half, though, three on another Philip Welch field goal and two on a safety.Welch was a bright spot for the Badgers, hitting all three of his field goal attempts from 20, 26 and 32 yards.“I think in the first half, particularly at the end when we got down there in the red zone, you’d like to see them finish things off,” head coach Bret Bielema said. “But I also really feel that Scotty’s probably got a better handle on what needs to happen.”Special teams also got a workout in “rapid fire” field goal drills at the end of the first and third quarters. Each kicker, starting with Welch, took turns kicking field goals without a defensive rush, backing up after each attempt.In the first series, backup kicker Alec Lerner, a redshirt freshman, matched Welch, though one of Welch’s scores seemed to sail wide of the upright. Later, however, Lerner struggled, going 1-for-4 while Welch was perfect.On the day, the Cardinal finished with 246 yards of total offense, compared to the White’s 77. Tolzien completed 12 of 22 attempts for 138 yards and zero touchdowns and zero interceptions. Ball was the leading rusher on the day, despite gaining only 74 yards on 24 carries — a meek 3.1 yards per carry average.Starting tight end Lance Kendricks was Tolzien’s favorite target on the day, leading all receivers with six catches for 63 yards.Injuries surely played a factor in Saturday’s outcome, as the Badgers have been missing key players all spring.In addition to Clay, starting wideout Nick Toon sat out the game with a concussion sustained in a scrimmage one week earlier, while left tackle Gabe Carimi and left guard/center John Moffitt each missed the beginning of spring practices after offseason surgeries. However, both Carimi and Moffitt participated Saturday.“We just got Moff back this week, (and) he’s only got three practices in,” Bielema said. “One of the benefits that we’ll have going in to next fall is that we’ve got three guys now with Pete [Konz], Travis [Frederick] and John who will have played center for us.”For the second-teamers dressed in white, Saturday was even more of a struggle. Every score for White counted double in an attempt to compensate for their competitive disadvantage, but the only actual points scored came on a 37-yard field goal by Lerner in the second quarter.After impressing throughout spring practices, backup quarterback Jon Budmayr struggled. Likely to enter the fall second on the depth chart behind Tolzien, the redshirt freshman was given plenty of reps, even subbing for Tolzien on the Cardinal side late in the third quarter. By the end of the day, however, Budmayr had thrown two interceptions and completed only 12 of 25 passes for 84 yards.“Jon is a student of the game,” Bielema said. “You can definitely tell there’s a big difference between last spring and this spring, going through it for the second time. Sometimes that second unit gets a little frustrated because if they’re going against the one’s, they can’t get things going all that much. But Jon does a really good job, I think, of feeling his way around the pocket. ”Compared to last year’s spring game, where the Cardinal racked up 563 yards, Saturday understandably left the Badgers a bit puzzled and disappointed. Luckily, as Carimi pointed out after the game, it’s only mid-April.“We’re going to just attack these next three weeks and then go into summer conditioning with a whole mindset just knowing that we have to work, be kinda angry, wanting to be better.”
He was drafted with the 13th pick of the NBA Draft’s first round following his junior season at SU in 1986 by the then-New Jersey Nets. Washington also played for the Miami Heat and only stuck in the league until 1989.Shortly after announcing Washington’s death, SU Athletics released the following video commemorating his life. Related Stories Online fundraiser benefits former SU basketball star Pearl Washington Former Syracuse basketball legend Pearl Washington has died, SU Athletics announced Wednesday morning. Washington, who played at Syracuse from 1983-1986, had been battling a malignant brain tumor.Syracuse.com initially reported Washington’s struggle with the brain tumor at the end of August. A Gofundme page was started Jan. 20 for Washington by Brandon Steiner, a Syracuse graduate and memorabilia mogul. The page has raised $63,430 as of about 10 a.m. Wednesday morning. A vigil was held in September at Hendricks Chapel, where the now-late Father Linus DeSantis said Washington’s condition had been improving.T-shirts had also been sold with “Pearl” scrawled on the front and SU players wore shirts on the bench and during warm-ups throughout this past basketball season. Facebook Twitter Google+ SU head coach Jim Boeheim recruited Washington from Brownsville, New York. Before he got to Syracuse, Washington was well known for his exploits on the blacktop playground courts in New York City. Tim Hardaway, who is credited for his handle, emulated Washington’s crossover, he said in a video for the New York Times.“First off I’d like to start out by saying how much I appreciate all the support for Dwayne Washington, Pearl,” Boeheim said on Jan. 30. “I think the overwhelming support that has been coming forth from everybody is tremendous. There’s no better guy and there’s nobody who has meant more to our basketball program than Dwayne Washington so I appreciate all that has been done for him and the thoughts people have come forth with. It means a lot to me. It means a lot to him.”Washington’s signature moment at Syracuse is still played on the video board before basketball games, when he hit a game-winning, half-court buzzer beater against Boston College Jan. 21, 1984. After the shot, Washington famously kept running, right into the locker room tunnel as the student section stormed the court. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder textJessica Sheldon | Staff Photographer Published on April 20, 2016 at 9:50 am Contact Chris: email@example.com | @ChrisLibonati
Related Athletics legend Mo Farah has officially received his knighthood at an investiture ceremony which took place at the Buckingham Palace on Tuesday.The four-time Olympic champion got a well deserved reward for his contributions to Athletics.Speaking afterwards, the long distance runner, who moved from Somalia to the United Kingdom (UK) at the age of 8, was so happy to be honoured by the country. In his words, Farah said: “I’m so happy to be awarded this incredible honour from the country”“Over the years you dream of becoming something or doing something in your career, to take it to the highest level and become an Olympic champion – that was always the dream.“As an eight-year-old coming from Somalia and not speaking a word of English, to be recognised by your country, it is incredible.” he added.Mo Farah sealed his status as a long distance specialist after he won gold in the 5,000m and 10,000m races at both the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
On a sprained ankle,21 year old Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic led his team to 135 – 133 series tying victory against title favourites the Clippers.Doncic finished the night with 43 points,17 rebounds and 13 assists including the buzzer beater that echoed around the world.His NBA colleagues were in awe of the display put up by the young Slovenian and took to social media to show their admiration for his prowess.The shot heard around the 🌎 today. #dALLasIN #MFFL pic.twitter.com/fp54cs8lu3— Dallas Mavericks (@dallasmavs) August 24, 2020His own teammates mobbed him and gave him a water bath in the locker room after the game.Game 5 tips off on August 25th Inside the bubble in Orlando.
Dodge City As280.20071L2-8 Jayhawk LeagueWLPCTGBSTREAKLAST 10 by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Rick Twyman, owner/head coach of the Wellington Heat, made an interesting statement after his baseball team was swept in a three-game series by the Hays Larks at Sellers Park.“I have never been swept at home in my 20-or-so years of coaching this team,” Twyman said.So it took a move to Wellington to see the Heat’s first home three-game losing sweep. Maybe Sellers Park is haunted. Home teams have not had a lot of luck at Sellers lately.Wellington was beat 13-2 Sunday evening in what was probably its most disheartening loss of the season. It was 3-2 after six and 4-2 after seven, before the roof fell in. Wellington gave up six runs in the eighth and three runs in the ninth to make it look like a high school run-rule game.The Heat were beat 12-3 on Friday night to kick off the three game series, then fell to the Larks 8-5 on Saturday.“That’s a good team,” Twyman said of Hays. “They have all their infield back from last season. They are most certainly the most polished team we have seen this year.”With the loss, Wellington has fallen to third place in the Jayhawk League at 5-5 and 9-5 overall. Hays has improved to 9-1 in the league and is riding a 10-game winning streak.Wellington needs to only get in the top four of the Jayhawk to get into the NBC World Series, Twyman said. They will travel to El Dorado tonight at 7:05 p.m. and host the Derby Twins on Tuesday at Sellers Park in what will be “Super Hero” night.The game tonight in El Dorado is important for jockeying for position. The Broncos hold a one-game lead over the Heat, sweeping the Liberal BeeJays over the weekend.“That’s baseball,” Twyman said. “You see so many ebbs and flows throughout the season. This season is still very young.”Wellington did not have a good week. After beating Owasso in a non-league contest Monday, things started to unravel a bit Tuesday night. Wellington lost in Derby 14-9. The Heat did turn around and beat the Broncos 3-2 on Wednesday. But after a day off on Thursday, the Heat were swept by Hays.“We aren’t doing the little things that we were doing earlier this year,” Twyman said. “We aren’t taking care of the ball. Just making fundamental mistakes that we shouldn’t be making.”Sunday, the Heat made six errors in the game and gave up 17 hits. Hays wasn’t crisp either, committing three errors but held Wellington to seven hits.“How many people did we leave on base tonight,” Twyman asked rhetorically. “I’d guess 20 with two outs. You just can’t do that and expect to win.”Twyman attributes what is now seven players to the Major League Draft and injuries to Wellington’s lineup as the team’s problem lately. He said he expects to pick up three new pitchers this week.“There is a lot of baseball to be played,” Twyman said. “And what is typical of the Jayhawk League. We’ll beat up on one another.” 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 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 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. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! 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 Liberal BeeJays460.40053L4-6 Wellington Heat550.50043L5-5 Derby Twins460.40051W4-6 El Dorado Broncos640.60033W6-4 Hays Larks910.900–9W9-1