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St. Cloud Youth Basketball Teams Win Coon Rapids Tourney

first_img Auto (360p) 1/1 720p HD About Connatix V56892 360p A pair of St. Cloud youth basketball teams from the St. Cloud Youth Basketball Association won championships at the Coon Rapids Tournament Sunday.  The SCAYBA 7th grade A-team and 6th grade A-teams were able to capture team titles.Members of the 7th grade team are Kuok Chan Chuol, Trenton Peterson, Michael Schaefer, Ethan Hylla, Camden Jackson, James Kaczor, Isaiah Anderson, Brevyn Spann-Ford, and Cody Landwehr.  The team is coached by Dan Schaefer and Erik Peterson.Members of the 6th grade team are Nick Schaefer, Matt Schmitt, Deegan Findley, Sam Schneider, Paul Truitt, Lukas Theisen, Will Freeman, Drew Gustafson, and Tate Caldwell.  The team is coached by Tom Findley and Ted Truitt. About Connatix V56892 1080p HD Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip last_img read more

Canceled “US Open” junior tournament was included in Ozolina’s calendar –…

first_imgThe organizers of the US Open Championship initially included only singles and doubles in the tournament program, but also added a wheelchair tournament under public pressure. This year’s “US Open” will take place for juniors.“The tournament was included in my season’s calendar. All the organizers are trying to do something at all. In this situation, they think more of adults than juniors. It’s a shame, but there’s nothing you can do there,” said 18-year-old Ozolins.On July 29 and 30, the Estonian-Latvian national team tennis competition “Merko Cup” (“Merko Cup”) will take place in Tallinn, “Tondi” tennis center, where the best eight tennis players and tennis players from the Baltic neighbors will face each other. The Latvian national team will also include Ozoliņš, who hopes that tournaments will resume on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) tour in August.“You have to be ready to play at any time. It’s not yet clear about meeting in the main tournaments, because I don’t know if the ITF will give a wild card as a junior. I hope it will be an opportunity, because “concluded Ozolins.The tournament in Tallinn will have a total of 11 games – eight singles and three doubles, one of which will be a mixed doubles. In his career so far, Ozoliņš has not played a mixed doubles with one of the national team tennis players, but in Tallinn he will probably have such an opportunity. “If you have to play, it will definitely be interesting,” Ozolins emphasized.During the pandemic, Ozoliņš stayed in Latvia, and as soon as the courts were available, he trained.“For the first time in recent years, I had the opportunity to spend a lot of time at home. I really liked it, but after a while I got bored. We trained a lot. I really want to play in tournaments, so the situation was not pleasant,” Ozoliņš said.The young tennis player reached the semi-finals of the Australian Open Championship junior tournament at the beginning of the year, but before playing in the Davis Cup, he played for the first time in the ITF tournament final.The professional tennis season will resume in August, but until then, tennis players will participate in various demonstration tournaments.last_img read more

Watford player transfer is a ‘goal’ for club – Hornets man…

first_imgThe 22-year-old is currently on loan at Real Zaragoza and has impressed for the second division Spanish side by scoring 14 goals and managing three assists in 25 league appearances.His performances have caught the attention of other clubs.Friday’s edition of AS claims the Colombian (who holds a Spanish passport) is a ‘new objective’ and transfer ‘goal’ for Getafe.Getafe could see Ángel Rodríguez join Barcelona in the coming days and they have identified the Watford owned player as his successor for next season. According to the report, the La Liga side believe Suárez’s profile is close to that of Ángel.Getafe will receive €10m from Ángel’s sale and AS adds they will invest part of that money in signing Suárez. His current market value is €4.5m and it could rise after the end of this campaign.It’s to be noted that there’s no mention if Suárez or Watford are interested in the transfer.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Strategy Game is AddictiveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoDating.comWhere do attractive singles meet in Tung Chung?Dating.comUndoCNN with DBS BankThe New Role Banks Are PlayingCNN with DBS BankUndoSmart Tech TrendOver 55? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoCosmoHealthyMagTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoHealthyMagUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndo On February 10th, we carried a report from El Periodico de Aragon, who explained Watford are planning to include Luis Suárez in their squad for next season.last_img read more

Whitehall tennis team wins eight matches Wednesday with strong doubles showings

first_img Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Other Mail Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Bestseller $49.95 Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Inappropriate / Offensive (822) Not relevant Report a problem This item is… Report a problem This item is… × Displayed poorly $14.99$18.00 Inappropriate / Offensive Not relevant Inappropriate / Offensive Bestseller × DEAL OF THE DAY Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. (657) DEAL OF THE DAY Inappropriate / Offensive Inappropriate / Offensive Report a problem This item is… Share Report a problem This item is… DEAL OF THE DAY Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Displayed poorly ENDS IN 50PC Disposable Face MàSc/Mack Anti-Dust … Inappropriate / Offensive Inappropriate / Offensive × Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. LocalSportsJournal.comThe Whitehall tennis team squared off against Grand Rapids Catholic Central and Grand Haven on Wednesday. The Vikings came away with five wins against GRCC and three against the Buccaneers.Ben Ward won the No. 3 singles match against GRCC 6-2, 6-3, while Ben Stenglein captured the No. 4 singles match 6-0, 6-2.The Vikings took three doubles matches as well. Teams of Merrick Schmehil and Ashton Trnka (No. 1), Michael Heylmun and Ryan Findorff (No. 2) and Christian Smolen and Austin Groeneveld (No. 4) captured the wins.Against Grand Haven, teams of Schmehil and Trnka (No. 1) and Smolen and Groeneveld (No. 4) each picked up their second doubles win of the day. Evan Luce and Brendan Vanderkooi also picked up a win in the No. 3 doubles.Noah Bachmann (No. 1), Mason Price (No. 2), Weston Taylor (No. 3) and Chris Askelberg (No. 4) captured singles wins for Grand Haven. Ian Rant and Carter Preiditis won the No. 2 doubles match. × ENDS IN Shares ENDS IN Fox Sports Go Share Add Comments (Max 320 characters) (117) × Shop Now The League MIRITY Women Racerback Sports Bra… Displayed poorly Not relevant Other Other Bestseller 0 $0.00 Displayed poorly $37.99 ENDS IN (31628) ENDS IN Not relevant Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Not relevant Not relevant Not relevant Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Report a problem This item is… The Sports Gene: Inside the Science of Extr… Twelve × Bestseller $15.29$17.99 FOX Sports: Stream live NFL, College Footbal… 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… Ads by Amazon $0.00 Ads by Amazon Bestseller Other ENDS IN Bestseller DEAL OF THE DAY DEAL OF THE DAY Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Displayed poorly ENDS IN × (7802) Other × Inappropriate / Offensive Displayed poorly Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Bestseller NBC Sports $0.00 Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. ENDS IN Other Report a problem This item is… DEAL OF THE DAY (2) Add Comments (Max 320 characters) $9.99 Displayed poorly Displayed poorly (34271) DEAL OF THE DAY Not relevant Other DEAL OF THE DAY Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Report a problem This item is… Other (17612)last_img read more

A healthy Johnny Monette, Montague eager to earn another trip to state title game

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(31628) DEAL OF THE DAY By Andrew JohnsonLocalSportsJournal.comMONTAGUE – Most Montague football players get plenty of opportunities to compete in state playoff games, because the Wildcats almost always make the postseason.But that hasn’t been the case for senior co-captain Johnny Monette, who missed a large part of the last two seasons with a series of nasty injuries.In 2017 he tore his ACL, partially tore his MCL and shifted his meniscus in the first game and missed the rest of the season. Last year he broke his leg in Week 6 and missed three regular season games and four playoff games, before getting on the field for one play in Montague’s loss to Jackson Lumen Christi in the Division 6 state championship game.“It was pretty bad after blowing out my ACL,” Monette said. “It was pretty gruesome. I went through six months of rehab and couldn’t move my toes.”Monette, now finally healthy, had a very big game last Saturday in the Wildcats’ 48-14 regional victory over Sanford Meridian. The running back turned slot receiver caught eight passes for 107 yards and one touchdown in the win. On the season he has 569 receiving yards, 402 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns.Johnny Monette holds up the district title trophy for Montague after beating Ravenna. Photo/Tim ReillyHe’s excited about the next challenge, when Montague will meet Maple City Glen Lake in the Division 6 state semifinals at 1 p.m. at Clare High School, with the chance to make it back to the state finals for the second year in a row.“It’s definitely a big thing for us,” Monette said. “A lot of guys who play in the state of Michigan never play in the semifinals. You can play all four years and never get to this point. We take pride in doing the hard work to get here, we’re so dedicated and want to have a great season.”Monette admitted he thought about giving up football altogether after suffering the broken leg last season.“I was wondering if football was worth it,” he said. “I want to be able to walk when I’m 40. I thought about it and talked with my family, who reminded me that I’ve been playing my whole life so I had to get out there this year, and I’m so happy I made that decision.”When Monette takes the field for his very first state semifinal game on Saturday, he will be lined up as a slot receiver, rather than running back, which was his position at the start of the season.He was moved by the coaching staff after the Wildcats lost a pair of close conference games to Oakridge and Ravenna this season. The coaches also installed sophomore Dylan Everett at running back, and he’s had some good games, including a 70-yard, two touchdown performance in the regional win on Saturday.“We moved (Monette) after our two losses exposed some things,” said Montague Coach Pat Collins. “We needed more of a vertical threat, with someone who can get some yards after the catch in the flats, and he’s that kind of guy.”Monette runs in motion before the snap in Montague’s game against Whitehall earlier this season. Photo/Leo ValdezMonette said the move has worked out very well for him and the team.“I think Dylan is a great running back,” he said. “I think he’s a better back than me, and he’s doing an amazing job. The coaches realized they could use me at slot more and I’ve gotten some good plays there. The move has really helped us go from two straight losses to this.”Whether the Wildcats win or lose on Saturday, one thing will remain true about Monette, according to Collins.“Sometimes football can be hard with injuries and things, but he’s the type of kid who is so tough it doesn’t matter,” the coach said. “He’s got a great family and you can tell through his character how he’s been raised. He shows it through the difficult times because he’s a leader and a captain. That’s what I’m proud of, and it’s more important than seeing him successful on the football field.”The Wildcats will be facing a Maple City Glen Lake squad that has had a great season, but has also survived in the playoffs with some close victories.The Lakers had an 8-1 regular season, blemished only by a 53-14 loss to Kingsley in Week 7.  In districts they defeated Lake City 30-19 and Harrison 38-30. In regionals last week, they squeaked out a 15-14 heart-stopping victory over Calumet.“They have a comprehensive offense and defense,” Collins said. “They’ve been through some success and have been there, done that. They have multiple weapons. They play a little bigger and have different personnel groups. They’ll pose different looks that maybe you wouldn’t see against a basic style.” Inappropriate / Offensive Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Ads by Amazon Shop Now DEAL OF THE DAY (117) DEAL OF THE DAY Other $0.00last_img read more

GCS to stage fundraisers at Payless, Giftland Mall for CARIFTA Games team

first_imgIn an effort to help offset expenses for the CARIFTA Games Track and Field team destined for The Bahamas, members of the Guyana Community of Service (GCS) will be hosting fundraising activities today at Payless Variety Store on Wellington Street and the Giftland Mall at Pattensen. Activities start at Payless at 10:30hrs and three hours later at the popular shopping edifice.Some 18 athletes have been named to represent the Golden Arrowhead at the 47th CARIFTA Games scheduled for Easter weekend in The Bahamas.The Bahamas is set to host the 2018 CARIFTA Games from March 30 to April 2 at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium. This year’s CARIFTA Games will see 500 athletes from 26 countries competing while 400 volunteers and about 150 Bahamian and international officials will officiate. It is the premier track and field junior competition in the region.last_img read more

Negotiations over Joshua, Fury Heavyweight Title Clash Yielding Positive Result

first_img“There’s no reason why a deal can’t be done now to lock in Joshua and Fury for that November-December date,” Hearn told Sky Sports. “Conversations are ongoing with Bob Arum and are all positive.”Hearn had previously said: “The undisputed fight must happen in 2020.“Joshua and Fury are certainly going to be boxing twice [or a] trilogy. That’s part of the deal that we are looking to do ASAP – a two-fight agreement with Fury and Arum at the end of this year then summer 2021.“We must try and do that fight in the UK. Ask AJ and Fury where they would like it, and they would say the UK. We know there will be huge offers from around the world. Our priority is to try and make this fight in the UK.“There will be two of these, maybe three, so certainly summer 2021 we’ll get one in the UK. I would love to make the first one in the UK because we’ve got two British world champions who will fight for the undisputed title – this is never going to happen again. To do it in the UK would be very special.”country.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury remain at the centre of talks to stage an undisputed title fight in 2020, and promoter Eddie Hearn has described progress as “all positive”.Fury captured the WBC title by spectacularly beating Deontay Wilder meaning both recognised heavyweight champions are British – Joshua holds the IBF, WBA and WBO belts.Talks are underway between Joshua’s promoter Hearn and Fury’s US-based promoter Bob Arum to pit them against each other later this year, although both champions must come through separate fights in the meantime.Joshua will defend his gold against mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev on June 20 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, then Fury and Wilder are expected to meet for a third time in July.last_img read more

National teams belong to government – Abra Appiah

first_imgPremier League Board Boss, Mr. Welbeck Abra Appiah has endorsed the notion that national teams belong to the nation.The debate on who owns the national teams has reached new levels with varying views proffered for who must foot the salaries of the seven junior national team coaches.And the PLB Boss’ assertion is bound to add to the already growing debate as a lot of big shots in the game are differing in opinions.Speaking on Asempa FM’s Sports Morning Show on Friday, Mr. Abra Appiah said the national teams with their current trappings clearly show they belong to the government.According to him, the mere fact that they are national teams even suggest the ownership and cannot possibly belong to any private individual or institution.Meanwhile the PLB Boss has confirmed to Asempa Sports that the Week 8 match of the ongoing Premier League between Tema Youth and Bechem Utd has been postponed from Saturday 26th November, 2011 to Sunday 27th November, 2011. He explained that the postponement is to enable the sporting director of Tema Youth, Mr. Winfred Osei Pama and other executives of the football fraternity pay their last respects to the late father of Mr. Osei Pama.last_img read more

Ryan Giggs gets laser-zapping hair transplant after ‘stress’ of playing for Man United made him lose his locks

first_imgRYAN Giggs sits for a laser-zapping hair transplant after the “stress” of playing for Man United made him lose his locks.The Red Devils legend, 46, told how playing top-flight football for 24 years left him going bald.Man United legend Ryan Giggs has low-level laser beamed on head to help restore his locksCredit: MHR ClinicGiggs’ crown before the effects of procedure kicked inCredit: MHR ClinicThe bare patch almost gone two weeks after transplantCredit: MHR ClinicAnd it was old school pals who alerted him to his thinning top — after he celebrated scoring twice against arch-rivals Liverpool at Anfield.Wales boss Ryan explained how he first cut off his long curls to disguise his hair loss.He feared playing when it rained because above-pitch TV cameras would highlight the fact he was going thin on top.Speaking of the match in 2003, Ryan, then 29, said: “We’d won and I was buzzing.“I walked into the pub later and was expecting to hear ‘Well done’ from my mates and all I got was ‘Flippin’ heck, your barnet’s going’.“It was a bit of a shock. It was like, ‘cheers lads’. It was one of those.”Ryan, who played 963 times for United,  said the comments made him begin to worry about losing his hair.He recalled the moment to staff at MHR Clinic, the hair transplant company he part-owns with former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan and hair restoration expert Craig Henton. He said: “I got a little bit paranoid, especially when I was going to be playing on TV or it was going to rain.‘FOOTBALL IS STRESSFUL… AND STRESS IS RELATED TO HAIR LOSS’“I was almost 30 then. At the end of my teens and in my early 20s I had really thick hair, long hair, curls.“That’s why I started to cut it a bit shorter. I felt the shorter it was, the thicker it looked. It had a big bearing, over the years, on my hair getting shorter and shorter.”Ryan reckons the pressure of top-level football, coupled with Sir Alex Ferguson’s “hairdryer treatment” when the team played under-par, may have accelerated his hair loss. He explained: “Football is stressful. You put yourself under pressure. You’re aware of the consequences if you lose a game or don’t play well.“You are under the spotlight and if you have a bad game you’re aware of the criticism.“Then it becomes a little bit more stressful. And stress is related to hair loss.”Dad-of-two Ryan first started using lasers, lotions and special shampoos to encourage hair growth after visiting the MHR Clinic in Knutsford, Cheshire, in 2009.One of the firm’s first customers, he was so impressed with the results he went on to buy a share in the company.Following seven years of treatments, he felt the hairs on his head needed  “a bit of a push” so booked in for a follicle procedure which was done in December 2017.He said of his transplant: “It was straightforward and lasted more or less half a day. You can have a rest during it, if you want.Ryan started to notice his thick dark curls thinning around the start of his 30sCredit: MHR ClinicRyan, who played 963 times for United, said the comments by pals watching him play made him begin to worry about losing his hairCredit: Getty – ContributorRyan, who won 13 Premier League titles with United, bought into the MHR ClinicCredit: MHR Clinic“They numb the areas where you’re going to feel it but you can’t really feel anything.“The recovery period doesn’t take long. You’ve got, not scarring, but a few cuts in the back of your head.“There’s a bit of blood on your pillow for a couple of days and then that goes. That’s it. You go back to the consultant. They take a picture of the area the work was done every month and then you can see real progress. “At three or four months I was thinking, ‘Is that going to be it?’ but Craig, who I’ve known for a long time and trust, told me ‘No there’ll be more, even up to a year’.“It’s a little after a year when you see the final results.”Ryan kept the operation under wraps and did not tell his team-mates. He said: “Back then people were judging you more than now.“I kept a low profile, staying in the house, wearing a cap if I went out. I told friends and family and their reactions were better than I expected. No-one took the Mick or had a joke. They were more inquisitive about what I’d had to do and when I’d get the final resultsCELEBRITY CLIENTS AT RYAN’S HAIR LOSS CLINIC“This is the first time my team-mates will be hearing about it.”Ryan, who won 13 Premier League titles with United,  bought into the MHR Clinic after Craig invited him to become a partner.He said: “Craig was hungry to make it work. His knowledge in the industry is second to none. For me, it was a no-brainer.“The industry was booming. I had someone I could trust and so far it’s gone really well.  I think more and more people are going to have the procedure.”Referee Mark Clattenburg, 44, Dancing On Ice star Ryan Sidebottom, 42, and BBC weatherman Simon King, 57, have since had hair transplants at Giggs’ clinic.The business also treats 41-year-old Hollyoaks actor Adam Rickitt’s hair loss with regular low-level laser therapy and medicines.Ryan, who was made Welsh national team manager in 2018 after winning  64 international caps, has chosen to reveal his treatment now to help break down the stigma surrounding men’s hair treatments.He said: “I didn’t want to talk about it while I was playing. You have enough pressures as a footballer. If you’re a private person it can be stressful too.“There’s still a sort of stigma for men but in the last ten or 20 years, it has got better. People understand hair treatments a lot more.“It used to be just women who had procedures to make themselves feel more confident but now I think it is becoming more and more the same with men.”Dad-of-two Ryan’s former Man United team-mate Wayne Rooney, 34, was the first high-profile footballer to go public about having a hair transplant in 2011He posted photos online after his surgery. Ryan, who split from wife Stacey in 2018,  said: “Wayne was very brave in being so open about it. I’m really happy with mine.“The only negative I have is that I didn’t do it earlier.”Dancing On Ice star Ryan Sidebottom, 42, has also undergone the treatment at the clinicCredit: Stones PRReferee Mark Clattenburg, 44, has had his hair loss tackled by the treatmentCredit: Getty Images – GettyRyan’s former Man United team-mate Wayne Rooney, 34, was the first high-profile footballer to go public about having a hair transplant in 2011HAIR’S HOW THEY DID ITRYAN had a Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) transplant.It saw 1,500 follicles, which contain one to five hairs, taken from the back of his head for transplantation.A surgeon used tiny blades or fine needles to puncture holes in which to replant the hairs.They were spaced out and angled to look as natural as possible.Since his transplant, Ryan has had low level-laser therapy to boost blood circulation and protein production in the scalp. Patients typically have at least two sessions a month.Club legend Ryan Giggs believes Man Utd need five more players to bring back the glory days 10 Best Travel Destinations in Taiwan People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Source: Soccer – thesun.co.ukcenter_img Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter Amazing movies best funny animals Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017last_img read more

After COVID delays, Tom Hanks WWII action film ‘Greyhound’ skipping theaters for Apple TV Plus

first_img© 2019 CTMG, Inc. All Rights Reserved.(LOS ANGELES) — Tom Hanks’ World War II film Greyhound will forgo its theatrical run and head straight to Apple TV Plus, according to Variety. Sony Pictures had previously bumped its release from May 8 to June 12  because of theater closings from the COVID-19 crisis. The movie, adapted by Hanks from the C.S. Forester novel, follows a U.S. Navy skipper who must lead an Allied convoy being stalked by wolf packs of Nazi submarines. The movie also stars Elisabeth Shue. Apple has yet to announce a release date, but it would be the first major theatrical film to come to the streaming service instead of theaters. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img

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