* Data updated as of February 8, 2020 LaLiga Santander EI Badalona He had been the rival, on May 6, 2018, when Robert Sarver celebrated on the lawn of Are moix the champion title of Group III from Second B. In just a year and a half, the American tycoon has refloated a Majorca who visits this Sunday not to Badalona, but to Spanish, and in First. And the parallels are not only huge between two clubs that fight for permanence, but especially in their business models.Sometimes the extremes touch, and that is what happens with this sort of ‘war’ between China Y U.S Friendlyly transferred to football. Sarver and his ACQ Legacy Partners League, with official headquarters in Willington, Delaware, landed on Mallorca on January 4, 2016, only 16 days before they took control in Espanyol Chen Yansheng and its conglomerate, Rastar Group. Unlike his colleague, the Chinese president did not count among his assets or a basketball club, Phoenix suns, not even a former media player as media as Steve Nash. But he did have a club in Primera, since his debt was around 200 million euros. Even more drowned, on the verge of liquidation and above in 2nd A, was Mallorca, which prevented the decline in its first six months with Sarver but not the following season. And yet, he kept his trust intact, until he spent only 12 months from Second B to First. To his promise of The league, which clashes with Chen’s (go to the Champions in three years), who at least did reach the return to the Europa League.While Sarver has invested 53 million euros to date (capital increase through) to acquire 99.98 percent of the vermilion share capital, its counterpart in Espanyol will hold 99.55 percent of the club if the second extension under his mandate, after having disbursed around 200 million. Chen made his great display of power in this winter market, with 41.5 million in four signings, for the two that Mallorca made in two transfers.But not everything has been a path of roses, since five different coaches have passed through Mallorca in these four years, by six on the bench Cornellà-El Prat, and up to three presidents, by as many general directors in the parakeet case.And, as much as it is a ‘China’ war ’, the United States both pursue the conquest of the same market. The schedule of this Espanyol-Mallorca, at twelve noon, is unbeatable to project in Asia so much with Wu Lei as with Take kubo. Willington and Shantou They are not so far away when it comes to management, finance and football.
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A man identified as Moses Cooper of Parker Paint Community in Paynesville, was on Monday morning assaulted by a mob who claimed he was a rogue in the Boulevard Community.Mr. Cooper, who told the Daily Observer he is a shoe seller, had deep cuts on his body, his angles, and wrists, as he lay in front of a security booth at the ELWA Junction yesterday morning.He said in his barely audible voice that his ordeal occurred around 4 a.m. yesterday while walking from the Boulevard Community to get to the ELWA Junction.He denied being a criminal, adding, “I was just walking on the road when the people came and attacked me. They started beating me and using sharp instruments to cut my body.” He explained that his family, including sisters and brothers, lives in Firestone, Margibi County. His parents are deceased.Mr. Cooper did not state his destination when he was confronted by the mob at that time of the morning in an area that Daily Observer learned is a notorious place for mob violence. Cooper, who was dirty from head to toe, said he was fortunate not to have been killed, although he looked very close to it. Although he needed medical attention, he apparently He said he walked from where he was assaulted to the ELWA Junction and made attempts to get home without success. “When I walk my eyes turn and I cannot see clearly. So I walk as far as possible and lie down when I start feeling weak,” he said. Meanwhile, an argument ensued between a man taking pictures of the injured Cooper and another man who claimed that Cooper was probably a rogue.One of them said the victim was stripped of his clothes when he was assaulted and lectured that a lot of innocent persons have died in Liberia because people are quick to label them as rogues because they are out late. He added that Liberia is a free society and people should not be judged by their looks.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
1 West Ham have confirmed they have opened contract talks with star playmaker Dimitri Payet, amid reports he was demanding a huge pay increase.The 28-year-old only joined the Hammers in the summer but has proved to be one of the stand-out stars in the Premier League this season, and has been hailed by manager Slaven Bilic as the club’s best player.Payet, who signed from Marseille for around £10million, has scored six league goals in 18 appearances and has also laid on four assists to help West Ham to sixth in the tableIt was claimed Payet had made demands for a bumper new deal due to his considerable impact this season. And while West Ham denied the reports, they did reveal they have entered negotiations over a new contract.“Following reports in today’s media, West Ham United would like to clarify that at no time have Dimitri Payet or his agent made any demands to the club over a new contract,” the statement released by the club read.“However, the club can confirm that due to Dimitri’s outstanding impact since his arrival at the Boleyn Ground, they have initiated amicable and productive talks about an improvement and extension to his contract. Those talks are progressing well and it is hoped they can be concluded shortly.“Dimitri would like to make clear that he is very proud to play for West Ham United and he appreciates the support he has received from the board, manager and fans since he joined the club in the summer.”Payet soon tweeted a link to the statement and stressed he wants to stay at the club for the foreseeable future.“I say and I repeat I’m proud to wear the shirt of West Ham. My future is here and I hope for many years,” he wrote.Payet’s consistently impressive displays had already seen him linked with a host of other clubs, with Arsenal the latest side reportedly preparing a bid.But, with the move to the Olympic Stadium coming in the summer, West Ham will be keen to keep hold of a man Bilic is clearly very fond of.“The club is moving, with the new stadium and everything, and the most important move is to keep your best players,” he said ahead of Tuesday night’s FA Cup fourth-round replay against Liverpool.“Dimitri Payet is our best player. And of course I would love to have him happy, long-term, at the club.“He only signed a few months ago, but he has made a huge impact and while he has a long contract he is in a good position. We all want to keep him for a long, long time.” Dimitri Payet
Jake Wallace from Stevenson Ranch, who has won several large-scale trap-shooting tournaments, has been selected to the U.S. Junior Olympic team. The 15-year-old West Ranch High sophomore is scheduled to represent the USA in an international tournament in Kerrville, Texas, this weekend. Eighteen shooters ages 14-21 have been selected to the team. Wallace hopes to participate in the 2008 Olympics. After a Cinderella season that saw Hart climb from a wild-card berth to the Southern Section Div. I-AA boys’ basketball final last March, the Indians (13-13) hope to pull off another string of upsets beginning tonight at 7:30 p.m. in a Div. I-A wild-card matchup at Santa Maria (12-13). AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant The 300-mile round trip to Santa Maria means Hart probably won’t return until after midnight, but coach Tom Kelly said the Indians are happy just to qualify for the tournament after finishing fourth in the Foothill League. “You know how the basketball playoffs are,” he said. “Anything can happen on a given night.” Hart’s record is misleading, because 10 losses have been by six or less points. “I actually like our draw, because we’ve been in every game,” Kelly said. “If we can get past Santa Maria, we get Ventura next, and we played them a few weeks ago and lost by just three points, so there’s a little familiarity there.” After rushing for 1,861 yards and scoring 36 touchdowns as a junior to lead Canyon High’s football team to the Southern Section Div. II championship, J.J. DiLuigi has dedicated himself to improving his speed, strength and skills. The 5-foot-9, 174-pound all-state selection is working regularly with local personal trainer Dave Eastham, who also has trained Manuel White and Pat Norton. DiLuigi has received recruiting interest from UCLA and Brigham Young. Canyon has upgraded its nonleague football schedule and will open next fall’s season at Moorpark on Sept. 1, following with home games against Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks and St. Bonaventure of Ventura. Moorpark is a defending Div. IV finalist, Notre Dame has won three Div. III titles in the past four seasons, and defending Div. IV champion St. Bonaventure consistently is among the nation’s top teams. Canyon has won 21 of its past 22 nonleague games but figures to be in for quite an opening challenge. “I think we’ve overreached a bit,” coach Harry Welch said. “We believe Moorpark, Notre Dame and St. Bonaventure are three of the best teams in the nation. I don’t think any team in California or elsewhere has a more difficult schedule than us next season.” Canyon (13-1 in 2005) also plays Lancaster, Chaminade of West Hills and San Fernando Valley power Crespi of Encino. After going homerless during his senior year at Hart High two years ago and his freshman baseball season at Fresno State, Steve Susdorf has finally found his groove, homering in four consecutive games for the Bulldogs last week to gain Western Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors. Susdorf, a sophomore outfielder who bats leadoff, leads the league in batting average (.520), home runs (four), RBIs (11) and runs (11). Longtime Hart equipment manager Larry Fiscus celebrates his 50th birthday Saturday from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Hart cafeteria, preceding Hart’s 7:30 girls’ basketball playoff game. Athletic director Mike Herrington said all former Hart athletes and coaches are welcome. “It’s a big event, and everyone is invited,” Herrington said. “Larry has been involved with Hart athletics for 30 years.” Among Fiscus’ claims to fame: He’s never lost Hart’s keys in three decades of full-time service. “Are you kidding? Those keys are like gold to him,” Herrington said. “He never lets anyone touch them, and he never lets them out of his sight.” Hart’s baseball program is seeking donations to replace its scoreboard, which was destroyed by recent wind storms. For information, contact Herrington at (661) 259-7575. Saugus High’s softball team returns 12 underclassman – including sluggers Tiffany Huff and Victoria Kemp – and coach Rich Perez has yet to promote anyone else to the varsity, which began practicing Monday. “We have two spots open, and we’ll see what happens,” Perez said. Gerry Gittelson’s column appears in the Daily News three times a week. He can be reached at (661) 257-5218 or email@example.comWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
St Eunan’s Club News: The Seniors defeated Malin on Saturday to claim the All County League div. 1 title for the 2nd straight year. Congratulations to Eamon, Pat, Vincent and all the players.The Reserves took another step towards claiming the Reserve League title after they had a big win over Malin, one more win should be enough to claim the crown for 2013.The U21 hurlers still await their County final with the other semi-final between Burt and Setanta yet to take place. The U16 boy’s footballers reached the Northern Championship Final after a good win over St. Michael’s on Sunday at The Bridge. They take on Gaoth Dobhair this Saturday evening (19th) at 5pm in Glenswilly in the Final.The U13 Boys defeated N. Padraig, Muff in the Shield semi-final on Sunday. They travel to Buncrana on Friday night for the Shield Final.The U15 footballers will take on the winner of Buncrana and St. Michael’s in the Northern semi-finals on the Bank Holiday weekend unless the U16’s have their semi-final the same day.The U-12 girls have an end of season blitz in Derry this Sunday; they take on hosts Steelstown as well as Buncrana and Claudy. Bus leaves Tobins at 9.45am. Players should bring €5 for the bus, water and a change of clothes/towel. The team will return to Tobins at 2pm approx. There will be a Level 2 Coaching course over 2 weekends in November (8th / 9th & 15th / 16th) in Glenswilly. If any coach has completed Level 1 and wants to take part, contact Jim Clarke asap on 086-3131550. There will also be a Workshop for Coaches working with U8’s and U10’s on Tuesday, Oct. 15th in Glenswilly at 7pm.Anyone that has trophies is asked to hand them in ASAP to go into the trophy cabinet in the clubhouse. Contact Paul McGovern 086-8114151.St. Eunan’s Hurling Board AGM will take place in O’Donnell Park Clubhouse at 7.30pm this Wednesday October 16th. All club members welcome.It is with great sadness that we learned of the death of Jimmy Guichard in England recently. Jimmy was a member of the minor hurling championship winning team of 2011. His untimely death has come as a huge shock to his teammates and to all club members.There was one winner that matched 3 numbers in this week’s Lotto draw. Vincent McGlynn, Knocknamona wins €100. The numbers drawn were 9-18-23-24. Next week’s Jackpot is €1,100. GAA NEWS: ST EUNAN’S CELEBRATE SECOND SENIOR TITLE IN A ROW was last modified: October 16th, 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:St Eunan’s GAA club notes
The 2019 Europa League final will take place in Baku, Azerbaijan What pot are Celtic in for the Europa League draw?Celtic are in Pot Two for the draw. Their UEFA Club Coefficient ranking of 31.000 isn’t quite enough to earn them a place among the top seedings. Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman Full list of pots is as follows:Pot One – Sevilla, Arsenal, Chelsea, Zenit, Bayer Leverkusen, Dynamo Kiev, Besiktas, Salzburg, Olympiacos, Villarreal, Anderlecht, LazioPot Two – Sporting, Ludogorets, Copenhagen, Marseille, Celtic, PAOK, Milan, Genk, Fenerbahce, Krasnodar, Astana, Rapid ViennaPot Three – Real Betis, BATE Borisov, Qarabag, Dinamo Zagreb, RB Leipzig, Eintracht Frankfurt, Malmo, Spartak Moscow, Standard Liege, Bordeaux, RennesPot Four – Apollon, Rosenborg, Vorskla Poltava, Slavia Prague, Akhisar Belediyespor, Jablonec, AEK Larnaca, Vidi, Rangers, Dudelange, Spartak Trnava, Sarpsborg Two English teams, Chelsea and Arsenal, and two Scottish teams, Celtic and Rangers, will represent Britain in the 2018/19 Europa League campaign.But what pots are they all in for the draw, and who does this mean they will be able to face? Latest Europa League News 5 5 Celtic: Pot Two on target 5 Chelsea: Pot One The 2018/19 UEFA Europa League group stage draw will take place on Friday August 31 at midday UK time.The gala is set to be staged at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco. 5 What pot are Chelsea in for the Europa League draw?Like Arsenal, Chelsea are also in Pot One because of their high UEFA Club Coefficient ranking. The Blues have a score of 82.000 for the past five seasons. What pot are Arsenal in for the Europa League draw?Arsenal are in Pot One for the draw because the entire system is ranked by the UEFA Club Coefficient (based on their last five seasons). The Gunners have spent the last half-decade around the upper echelons of European football and so have a high ranking of 93.000. Arsenal: Pot One 5 What pot are Rangers in for the Europa League draw?Rangers are in Pot Four because their UEFA Club Coefficient ranking is just 3.725. They are the fourth-lowest ranked side in the entire competition. Rangers: Pot Four
VALLEY VILLAGE – Third-grader Miranda Heaner wasn’t at all star-struck when she saw Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa at a softball game in early September, so the precocious youngster walked right up to him and asked if he’d visit her school. Villaraigosa, who was surrounded by reporters at the Labor Day fundraiser for the Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley, accepted Miranda’s invitation to visit Colfax Elementary, where he’d shot a few campaign commercials months earlier. “He knew me, because it was the second time I had met him, but I told him my name again because the last time he saw me was in February when we were not sure he was going to be mayor,” Miranda said Monday. “I was very, very excited and jumpy and couldn’t believe what I was doing, but I asked: Would you like to come to our school? And he said yes.” Villaraigosa attended the dedication ceremony of the school’s science lab, which was funded by the nonprofit parent fundraising group. So far, it’s raised $20,000 for the lab and plans to raise another $20,000 this year to expand its facilities. Last year, Parents Association Colfax Elementary raised $130,000 for capital projects. “Our wealth here is in the energy parents are willing to put into things,” Principal Joanie Freckmann said. Parents and administrators said Villaraigosa’s visit will do wonders to maintain the already strong morale at the school. “A little girl invited him to her school and he treated her with such dignity,” said John Heaner, 46, the father of Miranda and her twin sister, Olivia, and co-president of the PTA. “This lifts our school up because it’s such a diverse bunch of kids and it’s like a miracle for these kids to be in touch with someone like Antonio who’s a great leader and a great success story. It’s a priceless gift.” From the moment Villaraigosa exited his black sport utility vehicle, he was treated like a rock star, crowded by both students and parents armed with cameras, camcorders and camera phones seeking autographs and pictures. Parent Feliciano Flores walked backward in front of the mayor, snapping away picture after picture because he’d never seen Villaraigosa in person. He hung around until after the mayor’s short tour of the campus to have a picture taken with the man he thought was a great leader for the city of Los Angeles. “We’re happy. I like it a lot because it’s good for all the students so they can work harder to study,” said the grinning Flores, who has two children at the school. But while Villaraigosa’s charisma and smile mesmerized those around him, pint-size Miranda showed him he had some competition in that department. While Villaraigosa spent the morning signing autographs, Miranda had her own gift for the mayor – a picture of the two of them she signed: “Future president and #1 fan.” Naush Boghossian, (818) 713-3722 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Villaraigosa made good on his promise, appearing at a Monday morning assembly where students sang, “It’s Not Where You Start, It’s Where You Finish,” and capped it off with a chorus line. “That’s my life story,” Villaraigosa said. “That’s what this school’s all about, right?” Villaraigosa said Colfax Elementary – where half the student population is on free-and-reduced lunch, 43 percent are white, 43 percent Latino, 10 percent black and 5 percent Asian – is an example of a success story and should serve as a model for all schools. He credited the school’s strong leadership, caring teachers and unusually heavy parental involvement for its success, including a 45-point increase in its state standardized test scores this year. “This school is what public schools should be like around the city,” he said. “These parents really care about not only their child but all children.”
Take me out to a prep game. It’s that time of the sports year again, and thank goodness. On the heels of college football’s Championship Week, here comes high school football’s version, a tonic for a sports fan’s soul. Every now and then, you grow weary of stories about Bowl Championship Series contrivances and New Year’s Day bowls that aren’t on New Year’s Day and players leaving college early to turn pro. You get tired of steroid scandals and player strikes and .284-hitting shortstops with $39 million contracts and Terrell Owens. You get sick of touchdown dances and shooting guards who miss 20 shots a game and prizefighters who never fight and race horses who never race. And what better to take the mind off the ills of big-time college and pro sports than high school championship games Friday and Saturday featuring 10 – count ’em, 10 – local teams? Not that the major leagues are more sordid than any other walk of life. They’re just so wrapped up in business issues that the good gets obscured. Give me a break. I mean, literally, give me a break from all that. I confess a little envy for the writers of the high-school sports page, where it’s sweet and simple by comparison to Page 1. A controversy like the recent one in which three football players at Hart High of Newhall were kicked off the team for their roles in a hazing incident, as terrible as it was, seems relatively quaint. Look, I don’t get out to a lot of prep football games. They’re usually on Fridays, which is when the Dodgers tend to announce their premature firings. But I’ll be at one this week. And whichever one it is, I can’t go wrong. Notre Dame (13-0 this season) vs. Dominguez, 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Home Depot Center in Carson: Without a flashy player, Notre Dame is looking for its 36th consecutive victory, trying to become only the third team to win four championships in a row, and hoping to finish the season as the top-ranked team in California. Taft (13-0) vs. Crenshaw, 8 p.m. Friday at the Coliseum: Taft, with quarterback Exavier Johnson coming off a six-touchdown-passes performance, plays in its seventh final in 14 years and tries to deliver its second championship in a match between two of the local prep scene’s highest-profile programs. Hart (11-2) vs. Canyon (12-1) of Canyon Country for the Southern Section Div. II title, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Home Depot Center: If familiarity doesn’t breed contempt, it should make for a good game between Foothill League rivals and famed coaches Mike Herrington (Hart) and Harry Welch (Canyon). Hart had to upset Mission Viejo, the nation’s No. 2 team, to get to the final. Canyon is in its first final since 1988, and won a close one against Hart earlier this season. Moorpark (10-3) vs. St. Bonaventure for the Southern Section Div. IV title, 7:30 p.m. Friday in Ventura: Moorpark makes its second appearance ever in a final and faces a steep challenge in defending champion St. Bonaventure, the Ventura school that might be playing better than anybody these days. Crespi (10-3) of Encino vs. Lompoc for the Southern Section Div. X title, 7:30 p.m. Friday in Lompoc: OK, it’s a long way to go for a football game, but maybe we can get Crespi running back Josh Morgan to carry us. Morgan rushed for 347 yards in Crespi’s semifinal game, one yard short of Crespi legend Russell White’s school record. Oaks Christian (12-0) of Westlake Village vs. Grace Brethren (11-2) of Simi Valley for the Southern Section Div. XI title, 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Newbury Park: There’s a David-and-Goliath theme here, with Grace Brethren chasing a championship in its first year in this division but facing quarterback Jimmy Clausen and two-time defending champion Oaks Christian. “If we play like we did (in a less-than-impressive semifinal win), it’s a good thing we’re both Christian schools,” Grace Brethren coach Terry Gourley said, “because it’ll be an annihilation of biblical proportions.” Campbell Hall (10-3) of North Hollywood vs. Rio Hondo Prep for the Southern Section Div. XIII title, 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Birmingham High of Lake Balboa: Campbell Hall has won titles in baseball and basketball but is seeking its first in football after taking the long route to the final, leading the division early in the season, slumping under the weight of injuries, then coming on again to earn an at-large playoff berth. Eagle Rock (11-2) vs. Marshall for the City Section Invitational division title, 5 p.m. Friday at the Coliseum: On the schedule, it looks like nothing more than a warm-up act for the Taft-Crenshaw game. But Eagle Rock has shown a dramatic flair in its own right, rallying from 20-6 down at halftime in its semifinal victory. That Notre Dame game looks like the one for me. Then again, it could be the Taft game. Or both … It’s a good week to be a sports fan around here. Kevin Modesti’s column appears in the Daily News three days a week. He can be reached at email@example.com. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals There’s Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks, No. 1 in the Daily News’ rankings, facing Dominguez for the Southern Section Div. III title. There’s Taft of Woodland Hills vs. Crenshaw for the City Section title. And six other games involve teams from the Daily News circulation area. A check of the record books shows this will be the most football teams from the area to play in championship games in any season. With eight championships in reach, our teams could eclipse the area standard of six, set in 2003 with Hart of Newhall leading the charge. As a sportswriter, I’m so ready for this. I suppose a lot of sports fans are too. See, the way it works in the sports-writing racket, the longer you hang on, the more bad stuff you have to cover. For every great game and heroic athlete a columnist gets to see, there’s a labor squabble, drug inquiry, salary-cap issue, new-stadium demand or ego explosion to sour the mood.
Print Friendly Version The Panthers tied the match in the fourth set with a 25-18 win despite Gergen and Plock combining for six blocks for the Bulldogs. Story Links Next Game: Preview Buy Tickets Live Stats Saint Louis 9/7/2019 – 5 p.m. Milwaukee’s Carmen Heilemann hit .500 and had five kills on nine attempts in the third set to help the Panthers. Drake’s Plock hit .500 and had two kills on four attempts. Tubbs and Gergen both had a number of blocks that helped slow down Milwaukee, but it wasn’t enough as the Panthers prevailed, 25-19. The Bulldogs trailed the Panthers midway through the second set but took the lead at 20-19. The Panthers tied the set back up at 24 points each, but Tubbs, freshman Michele Rabbitt (Canton, Ohio), and Gergen were able to make come up with more big blocks to help the Bulldogs come out on top, 26-24, to take a 2-0 lead in the match. Drake was unable to hold off Milwaukee in its second match of the Drake Invitational as the Bulldogs fell by set scores of 19-25, 24-26, 25-19, 25-18 and 15-13. Drake held a 2-0 advantage in the match but was unable to hold off a Milwaukee rally.The Bulldogs held an 18-9 advantage in blocks with junior Gillian Gergen (Janesville, Iowa) leading the way with 10 blocks to go along with her five kills. Senior Elle Tubbs (Clinton, Iowa) added eight blocks and eight kills while junior Emily Plock (Altoona, Iowa) had seven blocks and 11 kills. Freshman Haley Bush (Waukee, Iowa) led the team with 12 kills. Full Schedule Roster Box Score (PDF) The fifth set was close throughout, but the Panthers were able to maintain a lead that Drake could not overcome in falling, 15-13. Kleja Cerniauskaite and Heileman combined for six of the Panthers’ kills in the set to take the frame and the match. The Bulldogs return to the Knapp Center tonight at 5 p.m. to play Saint Louis in their final game at the Drake Invitational presented by Hotel Renovo/Revel Hotel. Drake(3-2) took an early lead in the first set. The Bulldogs got six-straight points behind sophomore Caitlyn Smith’s (Marion, Iowa) serving, making the game 9-4. Tubbs hit .600 in the first set to pace the Bulldogs to a 25-19 win.
Harlesden’s former Olympic champion Audley Harrison, who returns to the ring against Ali Adams on Saturday, insists his poor showing against David Haye in his last fight was caused by a pectoral injury.Follow West London Sport on Twitter Find us on Facebook