Watch: Stormers cribs with Johan du Toit

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Lady Pioneers blaze a trail, right past North Adams in three

first_img Top Searches Top Searches AdamsMulliLova HomeSportsLady Pioneers blaze a trail, right past North Adams in three North Adams’ outside hitter Wylie Shipley (1) goes high for a kill attempt over a pair of potential blockers from Zane Trace in action from Wednesday’s Division III district semi-final match played at Waverly High School. (Photo by Mark Carpenter) Lady Pioneers blaze a trail, right past North Adams in threeNovember 1, 2018Peoples DefenderSports0 Lady Devils ousted in Division III district semi-finals – By Mark Carpenter – A young team that surprised a lot of people saw their 2018 season come to an end on Oct. 24 in a Division III district semi-final volleyball game played at Waverly High School Coach Katie Ragan and her North Adams Lady Devils, who replaced all six starters to begin this season and were fresh off an upset win over Fairfield in the sectional finals, saw 2018 come to a close as they were downed in straight sets by the Zane Trace Lady Pioneers, 25-22, 25-12, 25-16.Zane Trace came into the sectional tournament as a number one seed and they showed why on Wednesday night. The Lady Pioneers are not one of the district’s biggest teams in terms of height, but dynamite comes in small packages as their serving and hitting games proved to be too much for the Lady Devils as the winners advanced to the district championship match.The young North Adams squad showed their mettle in the first set, going blow for blow with the Lady Pioneers, but perhaps using up a bit too much of their pre-game adrenaline in the process. Early in the first set, the two sides were neck and neck before the Lady Devils forged a 19-15 lead behind the serves of Myla Toole. Zane Trace answered back in a big way, getting seven consecutive points to go up by three. A block by DeLaney Harper pulled North Adams within 23-22 but the Lady Pioneers grabbed the next two points to take the first set 25-22.“I thought we played a good first set,” said Coach Ragan. “I liked the energy that we started the match with but we just made too many mistakes in the other two sets.”North Adams Sierra Kendall, right, and Christin Young celebrate a point in the district semi-final match up with Zane Trace on Oct. 24. (photo by Mark Carpenter)Zane Trace took control quickly in the second set, racing to a 12-1 lead from which the Lady Devils never recovered. The Lady Pioneers rode the strong serves of Maddie Rann and Hannah Unger to extend that margin out to 18-4. The Lady Devils mounted a mini-rally with Marah Call at the service line, but Zane Trace’s Evie Bennett served out the final four points of the set as the number one seed cruised to a 25-12 win and a 2-0 lead in the match.Unfortunately for the Lady Devils, the beginning of the third set resembled that of the second with their opponent jumping out to a 10-4 advantage, again behind some strong serving from Unger. With kills by Wylie Shipley and blocks by Christin Young, North Adams stayed within striking distance, but four straight points by the Lady Pioneers gave them a 17-8 advantage. Credit again the Lady devils, however, for hanging tough, getting a kill and three service points from Harper to make it 18-13, but the talented Lady Pioneers answered with a later 6-0 run to put them on the verge of winning the match, which they did on a kill by Unger that sealed the deal on a 25-16 third set triumph and a 3-0 win that sent them to the district finals.Even with the disappointing defeat, it was yet another successful season for the North Adams volleyball program as they finished 17-8, won their division in the Southern Hills Athletic Conference for the 12th consecutive season, and won their fifth consecutive sectional title.“I think we exceeded a lot of people’s expectations,” said Coach Ragan. “We have a nice core of young talented players returning and the future is definitely bright.”center_img PreviousHelen EasterNextGreyhounds will certainly ‘Remember the Titans’ Around the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. 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Meet the new face of womens MMA “Julianna Pena”

first_img Vince McKee NORTH OLMSTED, Ohio – While all eyes were on Amanda Nunes Saturday night as she hoisted up her newly won UFC Womens Bantamweight title, I couldn’t help but think the next big thing in the division fought on the undercard. Julianna Pena is not to be forgotten about or taken lightly.Pena has been on a roll since winning the Ultimate Fighter Season 18 Women’s Bantamweight season title. Peña faced Jessica Rakoczy in the finals on November 30, 2013 at The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale. She won the bout via TKO in the final seconds of the first roundShe has remained hot since leaving the house, winning her first three fights since. She has toppled the likes of Jessica Eye, Milana Dudieva and most recently Cat Zingano Saturday night. All of her wins were in dominant fashion, further expanding her explosive arsenal each time out. She is 8-2 in her career, but an impressive 4-0 in the UFC overall. She is no stranger to the camera and public spotlight, both for good and bad reasons. Peña was featured in the award-winning mixed martial arts documentary Fight Life, the film is directed by James Z. Feng and released in 2013. She is also no stranger to the wrong side of the spotlight as well as on Sunday, December 20, 2015 Peña was arrested in Spokane, Washington. Pena was charged with 2 counts of Assault. It is hard to ignore her heart and hustle as she has already overcome several obstacles in her MMA career. Peña was expected to face Jessica Andrade at UFC 171 on March 15, 2014 but was forced to pull out because of injury. She suffered the injury while grappling in training, tearing her ACL, MCL, LCL and meniscus.She was away from the sport over a year when Peña returned to face Milana Dudieva on April 4, 2015 at UFC Fight Night 63. She won the fight via TKO in the first round. The win also earned Peña her first Performance of the Night bonus award. She not only has the talent to go far, but also the look to keeps the men’s attention and pose for magazine covers, posters and whatever else the UFC merchandise machine needs of her. If Holm, Tate and Rousey arent’t careful, Pena will sneak ahead of all of them and challenge Nunes for the next title shot. Pena is for real and a name you will want to remember her name for a very long while!Agree or disagree, let me know. You can follow Vince McKee on twitter at VinceTheAuthorDon’t forget to visit our great sponsors at Related TopicsAmanda NunesDana WhiteJulianna PenaMiesha TateRonda RouseyUFC 200last_img read more

Astros at Dodgers, ‘Field of Dreams’ highlight MLB schedule

first_img  At long last, baseball is ready to go after opening day was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. With a myriad of potential problems circling a 60-game schedule, the whole season is truly a day-to-day proposition.With that in mind, here are a handful of dates to mark on the calendar. Just make sure you use a pencil.THURSDAY, JULY 23New York Yankees at Washington Nationals: Baseball begins again with a star-studded matchup in a city that knows a little something about expectations and power. Juan Soto and Washington open their title defense after winning the World Series for the first time in franchise history. Gerrit Cole is hoping to lead New York to its 28th championship after the ace right-hander signed a blockbuster deal with the Yankees in free agency.THURSDAY, JULY 30Cleveland Indians at Minnesota Twins: The Twins clubbed a major league-record 307 homers on their way to the AL Central title last year — and then added slugger Josh Donaldson in free agency. Cleveland finished second in the division with 93 wins, but its biggest offseason move might have been the one it didn’t make — holding on to Francisco Lindor. The Indians kept their All-Star shortstop in hopes of making another playoff run, and they should be in the mix once again.FRIDAY, AUG. 7Houston Astros at Oakland Athletics: José Altuve and Houston finish their first road trip in Oakland, home of former teammate Mike Fiers. But this isn’t going to be one of those warm reunions. In an interview with The Athletic for a story published in November, Fiers blew the whistle on Houston’s sign-stealing program in its run to the 2017 World Series title, touching off a scandal that could shadow the Astros for years to come. Fiers and the A’s visit Houston for the first time on Aug. 28.THURSDAY, AUG. 13St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago White Sox: The Cardinals are in and the Yankees are out for baseball’s tribute to “Field of Dreams” at the site in eastern Iowa where the 1989 movie was filmed. The Yankees were scheduled to face the White Sox in the first regular-season game in the Hawkeye State, but the Cardinals got the role after Major League Baseball shortened its schedule because of the pandemic.MONDAY, AUG. 17Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves: Ronald Acuña Jr. and Atlanta host Trea Turner and Washington in their first meeting since the Nationals won it all. The Braves topped the NL East last season for the second straight year — and flopped in the playoffs once again. While Atlanta was eliminated by St. Louis in the NL Division Series, Washington took home the championship. The division rivals also play seven times in the first half of September.FRIDAY, AUG. 21Arizona Diamondbacks at San Francisco Giants: Madison Bumgarner returns to San Francisco after signing an $85 million, five-year contract with Arizona in December. The ace lefty spent his first 11 seasons with the Giants, winning the World Series in 2010, 2012 and 2014. The new-look Diamondbacks also acquired Starling Marté in a trade with Pittsburgh in January.MONDAY, AUG. 31Trade deadline: Last day during the season to trade a player. The deadline to be in an organization for postseason eligibility is Sept. 15.WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2Tampa Bay Rays at New York Yankees: The Rays were one of baseball’s biggest surprises a year ago, going 96-66 and making it to the AL Division Series before losing to Houston. Now Charlie Morton and company are expected to battle New York for the AL East title. The 10-game season series between the clubs could go a long way toward deciding the division after the Yankees went 12-7 against the Rays in 2019.SATURDAY, SEPT. 12Houston Astros at Los Angeles Dodgers: Los Angeles was supposed to face the AL Central in interleague play this year. Then the coronavirus hit and MLB reorganized its schedule to limit travel — setting up Houston’s first trip to Dodger Stadium since the Astros’ sign-stealing scheme became public knowledge. The Dodgers lost to Houston in seven games in that 2017 World Series, and they weren’t shy about expressing their disdain for the Astros after the scandal came out over the winter.SUNDAY, SEPT. 27Milwaukee Brewers at St. Louis Cardinals: The last two NL Central champions finish the regular season with a four-game set. Jack Flaherty and Paul Goldschmidt led the way as St. Louis won the division last year for the first time since 2015, finishing two games ahead of Milwaukee. But the Brewers played without Christian Yelich down the stretch after the star outfielder broke his right kneecap.Los Angeles Angels at Los Angeles Dodgers: The Freeway Series drives into the last weekend of the season. Mike Trout and the Angels are hoping to return to the playoffs for the first time since 2014, and they’ll have Joe Maddon in the dugout after he was hired as manager in October. The loaded Dodgers, who acquired Mookie Betts in a Feb. 10 trade with Boston, are aiming for their first World Series championship since 1988.Image credits: AP First Published: 14th July, 2020 07:27 IST WATCH US LIVE Associated Press Television News Written By COMMENTcenter_img Last Updated: 14th July, 2020 07:27 IST Astros At Dodgers, ‘Field Of Dreams’ Highlight MLB Schedule  At long last, baseball is ready to go after opening day was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. 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