The University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team found success out East after winning against both No.13 Boston College and Merrimack.Wisconsin headed out to Massachusetts to prove that West Coast hockey was supreme to East Coast’s, and that West coast is still competitive. Friday’s competition showcased a top 25 battle between the No.12 Wisconsin and No.13 Boston College.Men’s hockey: Intense weekend ends in draw for Badgers and BuckeyesIt was a strange weekend for the Wisconsin men’s hockey team as they earned their first win and their first Read…Wisconsin got the ball rolling on Friday when sophomore Trent Frederic lit the lamp up for Wisconsin, helping the Badgers pull away with a good lead. While Boston College would score a goal right after Frederic’s, the momentum that the Badgers had managed to gain from their first goal would be too strong for the Eagles to overcome.Wisconsin would score three goals by the time that the third period would roll around, Wisconsin would have tallied three more goals, bringing the score to 4-1. Boston College would manage to come back, bringing the score up to 4-2 before the Badgers would score the final goal of the game, bringing the score to 5-2.Wisconsin would then head to Merrimack, looking to bring their winning streak up to three games. Merrimack and Wisconsin have not had much history against one another, so both teams were going into this meeting relatively blind.Wisconsin had every tool that they needed to have a successful weekend, it was just a matter of how they went about using those tools. The Badgers were definitely a stronger team than Merrimack, and their most recent win gave them all of the confidence that they need to be successful away from the Kohl Center.Wisconsin and Merrimack remained neck in neck within the first thirty minutes of play, with both teams scoring a goal. However, this game would be determined by who would give the other team a chance to score, and that was what would cause Merrimack to lose.What to expect from Men’s hockey this seasonThe 2016-’17 season was a huge success after Tony Granato resurrected the team to a winning season finishing with 12 Read…After giving the UW a well-timed penalty during the second period, Merrimack immediately went on the defensive, hoping to hold Wisconsin at bay for two gruesome minutes. The Badgers managed to outsmart Merrimack and would score a crucial power play goal, effectively winning the game.From that point on, it would be Wisconsin that would continue to light up the lamp, and the Badgers would end the game with a final score of 4-1. Wisconsin’s impressive performance this past weekend would eventually allow for the Badgers to climb to No.6 in the national polls.Wisconsin heads to Green Bay next weekend to take on Northern Michigan during Friday and Saturday.
[wzslider autoplay=”true”] Czech Michal Navratil and Canadian Lysanne Richard are winners of yesterday’s seventh competition in the season of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Cup which was hosted for the second consecutive year in Mostar.The world’s best divers in the water jumped from a height of 28 meters or 22 meters from the Old Bridge in Mostar before thousands of spectators.Among 14 male divers, the Czech Michal Navratil won the first place, who was better than the five-time world champion British Gary Hunt after four series of jumps, while third place went to American David Colturi.In the competition of seven women, Canadian Lysanne Richard, after three series of jumps, won the most points before American Cesilie Carlton and Australian Rhiannan Iffland.Next, the eighth stop of this year’s Red Bull Cliff Diving World Cup is Shirahama (Japan) on the 16th of October, while the finals are scheduled for the 28th of October in Dubai (the United Arab Emirates).Yesterday’s event started with performing Santic’s song “Emina” performed by “Rock School Mostar”.Take a look at the VIDEO.(Source: Radiosarajevo.ba)
Digicel congratulates ICC U-19 World Cup championsPeople usually remember the extraordinary ones – the hard workers and inventors, the movers and shakers. But most of all, they remember the history-makers.Digicel congratulates the members of the West Indies Under-19 cricket team, who have now joined the ranks of the history-makers with their outstanding performance at the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup.For the past few weeks, the entire region has been focused on the team’s progress throughout the tournament, and its momentous performance has indeed been a source of inspiration and motivation for everyone.In our support for youth and sport development, we constantly repeat the mantra, ‘from grassroots to greatness’, to encourage our young athletes to aim for the highest in all their pursuits. We are sure that this achievement by the team will also serve as encouragement for Caribbean youth who aspire to cricket beyond national borders.On that note, we also extend the heartiest of commendations to our local players Michael Frew, Shahid Crooks and Odean Smith for their outstanding performance, while representing Jamaica. We are especially delighted to see the growth and development of Michael Frew, who was a member of the winning team in the Digicel/ISSA T20 Tournament last year.The success of the team has no doubt set the stage for the exciting 2016 Caribbean Premier League season, which is fast-approaching. This accomplishment has helped to create renewed passion and pride in the sport for Caribbean people and promises a bright future ahead for West Indies cricket.
DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUERESULTS (a) WEDNESDAY 21-8-2013Brian Mc Cormick CupBonagee United 1 v 3 Kerrykeel ’71 F.C.THURSDAY 22-8-2013 Brian Mc Cormick CupMulroy Celtic 0 v 4 Rathmullan CelticWhitestrand United 1 v 2 Kilmacrennan CelticGlencar Celtic 4 v 2 Ramelton MarinersGweedore Celtic 1 v 1 Cranford UnitedGweedore United 1 v 2 Glenea United Convoy Arsenal 0 v 4 Castlefin CelticRaphoe Town 0 v 3 Lagan HarpsBallybofey United – v – Drumoghill F.C. (Re-Scheduled for 29th)Dunkineely Celtic 3 v 1 Drumbar F.C. Fintown Harps AFC 2 v 0 Eany CelticLetterbarrow Celtic 0 v 3 Erne WanderersCopany Rovers 2 v 2 St. CatherinesDeele Harps 1 v 2 Lifford Celtic SOCCER: ALL THE RESULTS FROM THE BRIAN McCORMICK CUP was last modified: August 22nd, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:SOCCER: ALL THE RESULTS FROM THE BRIAN McCORMICK CUP