Brandon Urasek While a pharmacy major at Toledo by day, Brandon Urasek is now making his mark in the journalism scene specializing in fantasy football and all things Cleveland sports. A five time fantasy football league champ and two time runner-up in ten tries, Brandon strives to help people with their lineups each week in both personal and weekly fantasy leagues in addition to covering the other various Cleveland teams. Follow Brandon on twitter @burasek10 The 2016 NFL Draft will take place starting on Thursday, April 28th through Saturday the 30th at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.There’s going to be plenty of chatter about who is going to go where, and today here on NEOSI we have our second of what will be many mock drafts.Enjoy!Click HERE to see V1 Published back on February 11th!1.) Tennessee Titans- Laremy Tunsil OT Ole MissThe Titans allowed a NFL high 53 sacks this season. They have their franchise QB, taking Mariota with the second pick last year. Now they need to protect their investment. Tunsil is the top offensive lineman. He performed really well during the Combine and can almost be penciled in as the top pick with the Titans saying protecting Mariota is a top priority.Previous: Laremy Tunsil OT Ole Miss Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Related Topics2016 NFL DraftBrownsNFL Mock Draft
Game Time Matchup Postgame Media Thursday, May 18 1 4:00 p.m. West Florida def. Lee, 2-0 Box Score | Recap | Highlights Stats | Video 2017 NCAA South Super Regional TournamentPensacola, Fla. | UWF Softball Complex | May 18-19West Florida Athletics Visitor’s PageNCAA Championship Digital ProgramNCAA South Super Regional BracketPARTICIPATING TEAMS- West Florida Argonauts (No. 1 seed, 44-13)- Lee Lady Flames (No. 6 seed, 36-19) TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE (All Times Central) 2 1:30 p.m. Lee vs. West Florida Box Score | Recap | Highlights Stats | Video Game Time Matchup Postgame Media Friday, May 19 TICKETSTickets can be purchased at the gate. Daily passes can be purchased for $5, while seniors, youth (6-17) and college students with a valid university ID can buy tickets for $3. Children and the first 100 UWF students with a valid ID will be admitted FREE.BROADCAST/LIVE STATSWeather permitting, all games will feature a live video broadcast and live stats. Links for those can be found in the table above, or by going to GoArgos.com/Live.VENUEThe UWF Softball Complex has been home to West Florida softball since 1986. Located in the East Sports Complex, the Argonauts play in front of a 250-seat grandstand and field level press box. The UWF Softball Complex was the site of the 1998 NCAA Division II National Championships, and the NAIA World Series in 1990 and 1992.AREA RESTAURANTSThe Fish House600 South Barracks StreetPensacola, FL 32502(850) 470-0003http://fishhouse.goodgrits.com/index.phpThe Atlas Oyster House600 South Barracks StreetPensacola, FL 32502(850) 437-1961http://atlas.goodgrits.com/index.phpFirehouse Subs1741 East Nine Mile RoadPensacola, FL 32514(850) 476-1962http://www.firehousesubs.com/Chick-fil-A1757 East Nine Mile RoadPensacola, FL 32514(850) 484-4885http://www.chick-fil-a.com/Pita Pit1741 East Nine Mile RoadPensacola, FL 32514(850) 471-0910http://www.pitapit.com/Marco’s PizzaNine Mile Plaza312 E. 9 Mile Rd.Pensacola, FL 32514(850) 361-4888https://marcos8121.foodtecsolutions.com/menuPrint Friendly Version
Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Matt Loede The Tribe and Royals will wrap up a very fast three-game set at Progressive Field Sunday with a first pitch set at 1:10pm.The Royals won a wild game 10-9 on Friday night as a Michael Brantley grand slam went for not as the Royals came back down 10-4 for the win to, at the time, drop the Indians a game under .500.Saturday the day belonged to Francisco Lindor, as the Tribe shortstop went 4-for-4 with two homers and two doubles in an Indians 6-2 win.It sets up the rubber game of the three-game set Sunday, with Corey Kluber set to take the mound for the Tribe.Time: 1:10 p.m.Starting Pitchers: RHP Corey Kluber (5-2, 2.62) vs. LHP Danny Duffy (1-4, 5.15)TV: SportsTime OhioOnline: MLB.TVRadio: WTAM 1100am, Indians Radio Network Pages: 1 2 3 4 Related TopicsCorey KluberDanny DuffyIndiansRoyals
In recent years, businesses like Dave & Buster’s have shown interest in expanding to Alaska’s market however the state’s gambling laws were unclear. Developers for the company say the chain’s construction would create approximately 200 construction jobs and it would need 160 full-time Alaskan employees when it opens. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Governor Bill Walker has signed Senate Bill 157 into law, legislation which clarifies that restaurants featuring arcade-style games, like the franchise Dave & Buster’s, may lawfully operate in Alaska. Governor Walker applauded Senator McGuire’s efforts to put more Alaskans to work by diversifying the economy. Senator Lesil McGuire sponsored SB 157 to diversify Alaska’s economy and provide greater certainty for those types of investors by defining that they are not incorporated into the gambling definition. The Dallas-based company Dave & Buster’s is planning a 44,000 square-foot location on the top level of the Dimond Center in Anchorage.
IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 NAGOYA – Champion Hideki Todaka dug deep into his reserves of stamina Sunday to retain his World Boxing Association super-flyweight title with an 11th-round technical knockout against Thailand’s Yokthai Sith Oar.Yokthai, the former champion and ranked No. 3 by the WBA, controlled the first half of the scheduled 12-rounder at Nagoya’s Rainbow Hall, but Todaka stormed back into the fight from the seventh round to successfully complete his second title defense. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Todaka, who won the belt on a unanimous decision over Venezuelan Jesus Rojas last July, floored Yokthai with a clubbing right at the end of the eighth round and kept the pressure on until South African referee Stanley Christdolou intervened 38 seconds into the 11th.Still Japan’s only current world champion, the 27-year-old Todaka improved his record to 17 wins, including eight by knockout, two defeats and one draw.Yokthai, who lost the WBA super-flyweight title to Japan’s Satoshi Iida in December 1997, left the ring with a record of 23 wins, including 13 by KO, two losses and a draw.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Tiffany Mitchell scored 17 points as No. 3 South Carolina earned its first women’s Southeastern Conference Tournament championship with a 62-46 victory over No. 5 Tennessee on Sunday.The top-seeded Gamecocks (29-2) beat the Lady Vols for the second time in two weeks, and likely secured a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.Mitchell was 5 for 10 from the field, while Aleighsa Welch added 14 points and eight rebounds for South Carolina — which shot 14 for 26 (54 percent) in the second half.South Carolina was making its first appearance in the championship game, while second-seeded Tennessee (27-5) was attempting to win for the 18th time in 36 seasons.Jordan Reynolds had 17 points to lead the Lady Vols, who finished with their lowest point total in tournament history.Tennessee’s previous low was 54 points in a loss to LSU in the tournament semifinals in 2007.The Lady Vols, the defending tournament champions, were 18 for 54 (33 percent) from the field — including 8 for 30 (27 percent) in the second half.Tennessee dropped to 17-6 in tournament championship games, and is now 47-5 overall against South Carolina. That included a 40-game winning streak that began in 1980 and was ended by the Gamecocks in 2012 under coach Dawn Staley. South Carolina improved to 3-3 in the last six meetings against the eight-time national champions.After trailing by five points in the first half, South Carolina regained the lead with a 10-0 run later that bridged halftime. Led by Mitchell and Welch, the Gamecocks — the regular-season SEC champions — didn’t trail again while making their case as the SEC’s new elite program.Mitchell, the league’s two-time Player of the Year, extended South Carolina’s lead to 60-42 late in the game with a breakaway layup — leaving little doubt about who is this season’s best team in the conference.The teams traded the lead 10 times in the first half, with Tennessee taking its largest advantage at 26-21 after a fast-break basket by Burdick. Reynolds had 10 of the first 21 points for the Lady Vols.South Carolina, which faltered in the tournament semifinals last year while also the top seed, responded with their 10-0 spurt — capped by Welch’s put-back of her own miss to early in the second half to put the Gamecocks up 31-26.Welch had 19 points and 14 rebounds in win over the Lady Vols at home two weeks earlier, and she finished 7 of 15 from the field this time.South Carolina guard Tiffany Mitchell, left drives past Tennessee forward Cierra Burdick, right, during first-half action of the Southeastern Conference tournament NCAA college basketball final game in North Little Rock, Ark., Sunday, March 8 , 2015.
Clarksville pitcher and Vanderbilt signee Donny Everett was 9-1 with a 0.93 ERA and a pair of saves last season.Clarksville pitcher Donny Everett was selected as the Gatorade Tennessee Baseball Player of the Year on Thursday.Everett, a senior Vanderbilt signee, had a 9-1 record with a 0.93 ERA and a pair of saves, helping the Wildcats to a 30-11 record and the Region 4-AAA semifinals.The 6-foot-3, 230-pound right-hander, who struck out 124 while walking just eight in 68 innings, is a projected first-round pick in the Major League Baseball draft on June 8.“I’m just taking everything in stride; taking it step by step,” Everett said of his looming decision of whether to attend Vanderbilt or sign with a professional team. “As of right now, I’m just excited about continuing my career at Vanderbilt, and experiencing that. We’ll see how it goes.”According to Sports Illustrated’s 2015 MLB mock draft, Everett is projected to be taken by the St. Louis Cardinals with the No. 23 overall pick.“He’s a first-rounder if he wants to be,” Clarksville coach Brian Hetland said. “He’s very committed to going to Vanderbilt and playing there. His family has bought into that, and that’s what they want to do, I think, unless it’s something extraordinary. Obviously pro teams have to make wise choices — if a kid is not going to sign, they’re not going to draft him in the first round.“He’s definitely a first-rounder talent-wise.”Everett, a preseason first-team All-American according to Louisville Slugger and Perfect Game USA, also hit .412 with 13 extra-base hits, 34 RBIs and 32 runs scored in 2015, concluding the season with a .500 on-base-percentage and a .579 slugging percentage.“His athletic excellence speaks for itself in his statistics,” Henry County coach Brian Welp said. “But the impressive thing was that he always went about his business without showing up his opponents, and his work ethic could be seen at an early age as a developing freshman.”Everett, the two-time defending District 10-AAA pitcher of the year, also won the Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association’s inaugural Class AAA Mr. Baseball award earlier this month, beating out a pair of fellow Vanderbilt signees in Ravenwood’s Bryce Denton and Farragut’s Patrick Raby.Reach Michael Murphy at 615-259-8262 and on Twitter @Murph_TNsports.
About Connatix V56490 360p We will include from the Central Lakes Conference: Sartell Sabres, Sauk Rapids Storm, St. Cloud Tech Tigers and Rocori Spartans. From the Granite Ridge Conference: Albany Huskies, Foley Falcons and the Becker Bulldogs moved from the Granite Ridge into the Mississippi 8 Conference. From the Central Minnesota Conference the Eden Valley Watkins Eagles, Kimball Area Cubs, Holdingford Huskers and now added the Paynesville Bulldogs. The Royalton/Upsala Royals have moved from the Park Region Conference into the Central Minnesota Conference.Will bring you the individual results of the duals and Individual tournaments of all twelve teams. Also the list of upcoming of events, current state ratings and conference standings. You can get more of your wrestling news and results at www.theguillotine.com and more info on our local teams on my blog site:https://minnesotamatrats.wordpress.com for more on Section and Conference previews and Bi-weekly columns thru out the season. Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 1080p HD 720p HD Auto (360p) About Connatix V56490 1/1 FOLEY FALCONSRoger MischkeThe Falcons earned fourth place with a big win over No. 11AA ranked Section 2AA champion the Hutchinson Tigers 43-21. They were defeated by the Section 3AA Champion, No. 3AA ranked Fairmont/Martin County West in the semifinals by 32-30. In the third place dual they were defeated by the Section 8AA champions and No. 6AA ranked Detroit Lakes Lakers; another very narrow margin of 26-25. Logan Thorsten (145), Connor Thorsten (170/182) both went 3-0 and Levi Jacobson (113), Micheal Rothfork (138), Isaiah Fitch (160, Andy Knutson (170/182) and Elijah Novak (285) all went 2-1. In the individual tournament: Connor Thorsten (160) (51-7) earned sixth place, Hunter Gorecki (195) (46-9) went 2-2 in the tournament, he was a match short of earning a medal. Elijah Novak (285) (49-8) went 2-2 and he was just a match from earning a medal. Levi Jacobson (113) (41-10) went 1-2, he was one match short of earning a medal. Logan Thorsten (145) (42-11), he went 1-2 and also was short one match of earning a medal. Isaiah Fitch (152) (43-12) and Micheal Rothfork (138) (33-14) both were one match from earning a medal. Andy Knutson (170) (33-9) went 0-2 at the tournament. The Falcons did lose one of their starters due to injury prior to the Section and State Tournament, Sutherlin Schmit (182) (30-9), surely could have made a difference in those two close duals. The Falcons compiled a very impressive 40-3 dual meet record along with Granite Ridge Conference, Section 7AAA and Fourth Place State Honors for the 2019-2020 season. TECH TIGERSThe Tigers had a very good tournament as they had two wrestlers earn medals. Isaiah Green (220) earned the state championship (22-5) with four big wins over Section 8AAA rival Cade Barrett of Brainerd in the championship, Cade was ranked No. 6 in the final ratings. In the semifinals Isaiah defeated the No. 1 ranked wrestler Tommy Johnson of Shakopee. In the quarterfinals he defeated the No. 2 ranked wrestler from Park High School, Antonio Davis. Aaron Voigt (285) (37-12) earned fourth place. He defeated the No. 4 rated wrestler Isaiah Noedlner of Owatonna in the quarterfinals. He was defeated by the No. 1 ranked wrestler, Gavin Layton of Coon Rapids in the semifinals. In the third place match he was defeated by Section 8AAA rival Chase Smith of Bemidji, he was ranked No. 2. Tyler Hugg (182) (42-5) did defeat the No. 6 ranked wrestler Jake Trachte of New Prague in the first round and in the quarterfinals he was defeated by the No. 2 ranked Roman Rogotske of Stillwater 5-3, he was the eventual state champion. He lost to Danny Reynolds of Andover the No. 4 ranked wrestler in the wrestle backs, he went 2-2 at the state tournament. Jaxon Kenning (113) (26-12), went 1-2 in the tournament, he dropped a 2-0 match in the wrestle backs to the No. 8 ranked wrestler. Head Coach Bob Boeck announced his retirement a couple of weeks prior to the Section tournaments. He was voted by his peers as the Coach of the Year in Section 8AAA. He was voted by his state peers as the State AAA Coach of the 2019-2020 season.BECKER BULLDOGSThe Bulldogs earned three state medals; Caden Dewall (170) (40-2) earned third place honors. In the quarterfinals, he defeated the No. 3 seeded and No. 5 ranked Eli Hunt of St. Peter. In the semifinals he was defeated by the eventual state champion 7-6, the No. 1 ranked Bennett Berge of Kason-Mantorville. In the consolation semifinals he defeated the No. 7 ranked Nathan Simmons of Fairmont/MCW 11-1. In Caden’s third place match he defeated the No. 4 seeded and No. 3 ranked Isaac Grams of Bloomington Kennedy. Lukas Paulson (138) (37-7) earned fourth place state honors. He was seeded No. 5, he won his first round match 7-2 and in the quarterfinals he defeated the No. 4 seeded and No. 4 ranked Blake Vagle of New London-Spicer 6-1 and in the semifinals he was defeated the No. 1 seeded Cael Berg of Simley, the eventual state champion. In the consolation semifinals he defeated the No. 3 seeded and No. 3 ranked David Platt from Hibbing 3-1 and in the third place match he was defeated by the No. 2 seeded and No. 2 ranked Connor Simone’s of Fairmont/MCW. Brayden Weber earned sixth place, he was seeded third, he defeated his first round foe No. 9 ranked Wyatt Dunham of United Clay Becker and in the quarterfinals he defeated the No. 8 ranked Jaiden Bahr of Marshall by fall. In the semifinals he was defeated by the No. 1 seeded and ranked Danny Striggow of Orono. He was forced to default out of the tournament due to medical conditions that occurred after his semifinal match. Ethan Anderson (126) (37-11) defeated the No. 3 seeded and No. 4 ranked Ross Herber of LA/RP in his first round match 9-5. In the quarterfinals finals he was defeated by the No. 5 ranked Austin Gabbert of Watertown-Mayer. He defeated conference rival Connor Gmahl of Mora in the wrestle backs 5-2 and he was defeated by Cade Jackson of Detroit Lakes 5-3 in OT. He was just one match from earning a medal. Reid Kraus (182) (35-14), he lost to the No. 6 seeded Alex Nelson of Hutchinson and Nelson was defeated in the quarterfinals. Jake Nelson (132) (25-5) won his first round match as he was seeded no. 6. He was defeated in the quarterfinals by the No. 3 seeded and No. 4 ranked Logan Vaughan of Kasson-Mantorville 5-0. Jake was defeated in his first wrestle back by Dusty Wilke of Grand Rapids 3-2.KIMBALL AREA CUBSThe Cubs earned four medals, led by Gavin Winter (126) (33-8) earned fifth place honors. Gavin was seeded no. 4 and he defeated the No. 10 ranked wrestler, John Paul Fitzpatrick of Crosby-Ironton by a fall and he earned a fall over Lukas Volstad of Frazee in the quarterfinals. In the semifinals he was defeated by the No. 1 ranked and No. 1 seeded Trevor Janssen of Blackduck/Cass Lake-Bena. Gavin then took on No. 3 seeded Section 4 rival in the consolation semifinals, , he was defeated in a close one by No. 5 ranked Brady Holien of ACGC 4-2. Gavin defeated No. 8 ranked Levi Ellingson of TMB/WG 6-4 to earn fifth place. Zack Holtz (152) (34-3) was seeded no. 2, he defeated the no. 7 ranked Caden Ochsendorf of Maple River in the first round and No. 9 ranked. Isaac Denstad of Caledonia/Houston 8-5. In the semifinals he was defeated by No. 3 ranked and No. 6 seeded Jordan Lohse of WCA/BE 4-3. Zach was injured in this match and he was forced to default out of the tournament. Ashton Hanan (170) (39-8) was seeded No. 5, he defeated Dane Schoenborn of Fosston-Bagley in his first round match 10-0 and in the quarters he was defeated 7-6 by the No. 7 ranked and No. 4 seeded Noah Sayles of GMLOS 7-6. In the consolation semifinals he was defeated 7-2 by No. 4 ranked and No. 3 seeded Wyatt Simon of Maple River. In his fifth place match he dropped another close one, 5-3 to Noah Sayles of GMLOS. Alex Nelson (132) (32-9) earned sixth place, he was seeded No. 6 and he defeated Caleb Beeler of Blue Earth Area 7-1. In the quarterfinals he was defeated by No. 3 ranked and 3 seeded Blaine Fischer of BBE 6-2. Alex defeated Kade Lozinski of Minneota 12-1 in the his first wrestle back match. He was defeated by No. 4 ranked and No. 4 ranked Kade Sammons of Windom/Mountain Lake. In his fifth place match, he was defeated No. 6 ranked Gavin Gust of Dover-Eyota the No. 5 seeded wrestler by 7-4. Carter Holz (182) (35-2) was seeded No. 5, he was defeated by Ethan Boll of Crookston and Boll was defeated in his quarterfinal match. Thus Carter was eliminated from the tournament. Boll did go on to earned sixth place. Austin Donnay (160) (30-16) won by default over the No. 2 seeded wrestler. He was defeated by the No. 4 ranked Daniel Smith of GMLOS in his quarterfinal match. Austin was defeated in his first wrestle back match by Josiah Hedonisten of Medford. This wraps up a very good season, with no seniors on the roster, the Cubs are excited about the potential of what next season might bring.ROYALTON/UPSALA ROYALSThe Royals were defeated by the No. 6 rated and No. 3 seeded Section 3A champions Tracy-Milroy-Balaton/Westbrook-Walnut Grove 59-18 in the quarterfinals and in the consolation they were defeated by the No. 7 ranked Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale/Parkers Prairie 50-21. Jacob Leibold went 2-0 in the state tournament duals for the Royals. Jacob Leibold (138) (41-10) earned sixth place, he was defeated by the No. 2 ranked and 6th seeded Will Magaard of KMS in the first round. He did defeat the No. 3 seeded and No. 3 ranked Brett Willaby of Windom/Mountain Lake in the round of wrestle backs 9-5 and he earned a fall over Hayden Straumann of ACGC in 4:04. He was defeated in the consolation semifinals by the No. 5 ranked Nolan Rommel of Wabasha-Kellogg 7-2. He took on the No. 4 ranked Taylor DeFrang of Dover-Eyota for fifth place and the No. 2 seeded, he lost a very close 3-2 match. Will Gorecki (120) (34-16) was defeated in his first match by the No. 5 ranked and No. 3 seeded Boden Simon of Maple River in his first round match and Boden was defeated in the quarterfinals, thus Will was eliminated. Mason Novitzki (285) (31-10) was defeated in his first round match by the No. 4 seeded and No. 8 ranked Cian Buehler of Ottertail Central and Cian was defeated in the quarterfinals, thus Mason was eliminated. Matthew Kasella (195) (17-12) was defeated by the No. 5 ranked Josh Steffen of Canby in his first round match and Josh was defeated in his quarterfinal match, thus Matthew was eliminated. The Royals were with out one of their leading wrestlers thru the section team and individual tournament. Gabe Gorecki (160) (30-9) Sophomore was injured in the semifinals of the Park Region Conference by a LPGE/BR wrestler that continued to crank on his index finger with no call from the official. Head Coach Terry Gorecki was voted by the Section 7A coaches as the Coach of the Year in Section 7A for the 2019-2020 season. Assistant Coach Shane Fesenmaier was also voted on the Assistant Coach of the Year in Section 7A for the 2019-2020 season.SARTELL-ST. STEPHEN SABRESThe Sabres had three wrestlers that qualified for the state tournament: Sam Fernholz (132) (38-8) won his first round match of Sam Holman Northfield and he was then defeated in the quarterfinal by the No. 2 ranked and 2 seeded Ben Lynn of Shakopee. Sam was defeated in his first round of the wrestler backs by Charlie Dolan of Irondale. Jack Engle (195) (30-10) was defeated in his first match by No. 5 ranked Quinn Sell of Minnetonka and he was defeated in his first wrestle back match by Khrystiyan Mullen of Park. Spencer Johnson (113) (27-9) was defeated by the No. 1 ranked and No. 1 seeded Blake West of Shakopee and in his first round wrestle back he was defeated by No. 6 ranked Elijah Paulson of Anoka.ROCORI SPARTANSThe Spartans Austin Moscho (152) (39-9), defeated Travis Dohmen of Simley by a fall in his first round match. He was defeated by the No. 4 ranked and No. 4 seeded Jack Fudge of Perham by a 3-1 OT decision. Austin was defeated by the No. 8 ranked Isaiah Fitch of Foley in his first wrestle back match. Ben Primus (220) (33-14), was defeated by the No. 1 ranked and seeded Danny Striggow of Orono. Ben was defeated in his first round wrestle back by Garrison Solliday of St. Thomas Academy.SAUK RAPIDS-RICE STORMThe Storm had one wrestler competing, Jared Spohn (126) (37-7), in his first match he defeated Javan Kaufman by fall and in the quarterfinals he was defeated by the No. 1 ranked and No. 1 seeded Derrick Cardinal of Forest Lake. In Jared first round wrestle back he defeated Aiden Erickson of Hastings 6-5. He was defeated by the No. 3 ranked and No. 4 seeded Javon Taschen of Stillwater Area. Jared was just one match short of earning a medal.ALBANY HUSKIESThe Huskies William Mergen (138) (30-14) was defeated by the No. 1 ranked and seeded Cael Berg of Simley. In his first round wrestle back match, he was defeated by his Section 6AA rival Micheal Rothfork of Foley.EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS EAGLESThe Eagles had three wrestlers competing at the state tournament, Austin Schlangen (285) (33-12), in his first round match he upset No. 3 ranked Denver Noyes of Canby 3-2 and he lost by fall to the 2X defending champion, No. 1 ranked Craig Orlando of Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale/Parkers Priarie. Austin won by a fall over Kyle Blazek of Crosby-Ironton. He was defeated by No. 8 ranked and No. 4 seeded Cian Buehler of Ottertail Central in his 2nd round of wrestlebacks. Austin was just short one match of earning a medal. Sam Nistler (152) (33-19), was defeated in his first round match by No. 1 rated Willie VonRuden of Medford and in the wrestle back he was defeated by No. 5 rated Andy Dostal of Badger/Greenbush-Middle River in a close 2-0 match. Gavin Mathies (145) (25-18) was defeated in his first match by No. 6 seeded Koby Nagel of Blue Earth Area and then eliminated when Nagel was defeated in the quarterfinals.HOLDINGFORD HUSKERSThe Huskers had three wrestlers that competed at the state tournament, Tate Lange (160) (34-9), lost his first round match to the No. 1 ranked Owen Bjerga of Staples-Motley and in his first wrestle back match he lost a close match to Sawyer Schwartz of TMB/WWG 5-3 and Schwartz went on take third place. Tate was eliminated from the tournament after his second loss. Sam Harren (220) (30-13) was defeated in his first round match by the No. 2 ranked Dylan Jergenson of Minnewaska Area and he was defeated by the Section 5A champion Logan Sherwood of ACGC in a very close 1-0 match. Thus Sam was eliminated from the tourney. Sherwood went on to earn fifth place. James Welle (145) (24-18) was defeated by the No. 5 ranked and No. 4 seeded Seth Goetzinger of Chatfield and he was defeated in his first round of the wrestle backs by Conference rival Collin Boese of Howard Lake/Waverly/Winsted, thus he was eliminated from the tournament.FOLEY FALCONS STATE TOURNAMENT DUALSFOLEY 43 HUTCHINSON 21106 Cyler Ruhoff (FOL) Dec. Max Martin (HUTCH) 4-2113 Levi Jacobson (FOL) Dec. Grant Peirce (HUTCH) 7-4120 Ethan Oswald (FOL) Maj. Dec. Treyton Card (HUTCH) 10-1126 Caden Ruhoff (FOL) Fal Parker Peterson (HUTCH) 3:36132 Tristian Lang (HUTH) Fall Cole Rudnitski (FOL) 1:23138 Micheal Rothfork (FOL) Tech. Fall Payton Jepsen (HUTCH)145 Logan Thorsten (FOL) Maj. Dec. Camden Kron (HUTCH) 9-1152 Cale Luthens (HUTCH) Fall Joseph Thorsten (FOL) 2:38160 Isaiah Fitch (FOL) Fall Riley Gill (HUTCH) 3:20170 Andy Knutson (FOL) Dec. Jesse Reiner (HUTCH) 2-0182 Connor Thorsten (FOL) Dec. Hayden VanderVoort (HUTCH) 6-2195 Alex Nelson (HUTCH) Dec. Max Henne (FOL) 7-1220 Cody Kurth (HUTCH) Fall Greg Miller (FOL) 3:44285 Elijah Novak (FOL) Fall Tanner Gill (HUTCH) 1:10 FAIRMONT/MARTIN COUNTY WEST 32 FOLEY 30106 Jesse Potts (FMCW) Maj. Dec. Cyler Ruhoff (FOL) 14-0113 Kain Sanders (FMCW) Dec. Levi Jacobson (FOL) 6-1120 Lucas Jagodzinske (FMCW) Maj. Dec. Alex Jennissen (FOL) 13-4126 Jaxson Rohman (FMCW) Fall Caden Ruhoff (FOL) 5:35132 Blake Jagodzinske (FMCW) Fall Daniel Halverson (FOL) 5:16138 Connor Simmonds (FMCW) Dec. Micheal Rothfork (FOL) 6-0145 Logan Thorsten (FOL) Dec. Cale Steuber (FMCW) 6-5 OT152 Payton Anderson (FMCW) Dec. Isaiah Fitch (FOL) 10-5160 Michael Moulzolf (FOL) Default Miles Fitzgerald (FMCW) 3:37170 Connor Thorsten (FOL) Fall Nathan Simmonds (FMCW) 3:38182 Andy Knutson (FOL) Dec. Max Olson (FMCW) 8-5195 Jacob Rahn (FMCW) Dec. Hunter Gorecki (FOL) 5-1220 Greg Miller (FOL) Fall Shayne Steinbrink (FMCW) 1:52285 Elijah Novak (FOL) Fall Everardo Hernandez (FMCW) 1:28 DETROIT LAKES 26 FOLEY 25106 Bryant Hazelton (DL) Dec. Cyler Ruhoff (FOL) 9-2113 Levi Jacobson (FOL) Dec. Tyson Ullyott (DL) 8-2120 Cade Okeson (DL) Dec. Ethan Oswald (FOL) 6-4 OT126 Carsen Wold (DL) Maj. Dec. Alex Jennissen (FOL) 12-1132 Caden Ruhoff (FOL) Dec. Cade Jackson (DL) 11-6138 Micheal Rothfork (FOL) Maj. Dec. Blake Weber (DL) 13-5145 Logan Thorsten (FOL) Dec. Brody Ullyott (DL) 5-1152 Isaiah Fitch (FOL) Dec. Thad Schlauderaff (DL) 9-3160 Garett Nelson (DL) Dec. Michael Moulzolf (FOL) 8-2170 Connor Thorsten (FOL) over Nolan Mann (DL) 2:58182 Blaine Henderson (DL) over Andy Knutson (FOL) 11-4195 Hunter Gorecki (FOL over Andrew Annette (DL) 7-3220 Jordan Skadsem (DL) over Greg Miller (FOL) 11-2285 Andreas Barnett (DL) over Elijah Novak (FOL) 1:03 ROYALTON-UPSALA ROYALS STATE TOURNAMENT DUALSTMR/W/G 59 ROYALTON-UPSALA 19106 Devin Carter (TMBWWG) Dec. Michael Zimmerman (RU) 11-7113 Alexander Schuh (TMBWWG) Fall Johnathon Bzdok (RU) 2:43120 Ayden Horner (TMBWWG) Dec. Will Gorecki (RU) 5-0126 Levi Ellingson (TMBWWG) Fall Bryce Binek (RU) 1:27132 Jayden Torgeson (TMBWWG) Fall Logan Nundahl (RU) :35138 Jacob Leibold (RU) Fall Sawyer Otto (TMBWWG) 2:20145 Blaine Petersen (TMBWWG) Fall Hunter Novitzki (RU) :46152 Caden Johnson (TMBWWG) Fall Brayden Conrad (RU) 4:36160 Sawyer Schwartz (TMBWWG) Fall Aidan Olson (RU) 2:50170 Jace Paplow (TMBWWG) Fall Isaac Kasella (RU) 3:07182 Gabe Krick (TMBWWG) Fall Austin Wensmann (RU) 4:34195 Trevor Eisfeld (TMBWWG) Tech. Fall Matthew Kasella (RU) No time given220 Gage Louden (RU) Fall Eathan Martinez (TMBWWG) 4:27285 Mason Novitzki (RU) Fall Nic Willhite (TMBWWG) :33 BERTHA-HEWITT/VERNDALE/PP 50 ROYALTON-UPSALA 21106 Bennet Arceneau (BHVPP) Dec. Michael Zimmerman (RU) 8-2113 Deagen Captain (BHVPP) Fall Johnathon Bzdok (RU) :43120 Will Gorecki (RU) Fall Eli Eggert (BHVPP) 1:55126 Reese Thompson (BHVPP) Fall Bryce Binek (RU) 1:08132 Justin Koehn (BHVPP) Fall Logan Nundahl (RU) :18138 Jacob Leibold (RU) Fall Matt Mensinger (BHVPP) 1:36145 Jason Koehn (BHVPP) Maj. Dec. Hunter Novitzki (RU) 17-4152 Brayden Conrad (RU) Fall Brock Peterson (BHVPP) 3:13160 Mason Schroeder (BHVPP) Fall Christopher Borash (RU) :51170 Hunter Dean (BHVPP) Fall Aidan Olson (RU) 3:09182 Austin Wensmann (RU) Dec. Carter Rokes (BHVPP) 6-4195 Gideon Ervasti (BHVPP) Dec. Matthew Kasella (RU) 6-3220 Jaden Finck (BHVPP) Maj. Dec.Gage Louden (RU) 15-5285 Craig Orlando (BHVPP) Fall Jeremy M
Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook He added: “On a serious note, of course you want to keep a clean sheet.“The trouble with defenders is that it’s easy for people behind keyboards to jump on and go ‘Oh, Yoann Barbet!’ – but he’s the last line of defence.“If he doesn’t make that tackle they go ‘why hasn’t he tried to tackle him?’“We missed the tackle ahead, didn’t maintain our shape and then they’re forced into that last-ditch tackle.“Yoann Barbet has been outstanding and will continue to get better.Embed from Getty Images “It’s worrying that we gave a soft goal away. I was more frustrated with the second goal they scored. We were sloppy and complacent and we can’t do that.”Wells’ opener continued his excellent form since returning for a second season on loan from Burney, while Hugill’s header from Ryan Manning’s cross was the on-loan West Ham striker’s sixth goal of the campaign.“I’m delighted that the two goalscorers kept on scoring,” Warburton said.“As a team we’re creating chances for those boys and they’re taking them.“The players are moving the ball well and creating chances against good teams. If we can be more clinical in front of goal then we’re really going to hurt teams. We’ll have good day and bad days and need to keep going.“We contained Blackburn, grew into the game and then deserved the victory.”Click here to subscribe to West London Sport’s YouTube channel See also:QPR monitoring Hearts striker IkpeazuQPR v Blackburn player ratingsQPR trio expected to return after international breakWells ‘wouldn’t hesitate one bit’ to make permanent QPR move QPR manager Mark Warburton praised his side after their 4-2 victory over Blackburn but admitted they need to tighten up at the back.Rangers were excellent going forward and Nahki Wells’ seventh goal of the season put them ahead at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium, where Ebere Eze doubled their lead early in the second half.AdChoices广告However, Warburton’s team are yet to keep a clean sheet this term and Blackburn were given hope when Bradley Dack scored from the penalty spot after being brought down by Yoann Barbet.Goals from Bright Osayi-Samuel and Jordan Hugill sealed the win, although another defensive lapse by the hosts led to Adam Armstrong pulling a goal back for Blackburn late on.“If we win every game 4-2 from now until May I’ll buy you as many beers as you could possibly want,” Warburton joked.Embed from Getty Images
The president of “Slavia” Ventseslav Stefanov did not miss the opportunity to drag in the quarrel with the eternal rival “Levski” and one of the owners of the “blues” – Konstantin Papazov. Basketball coach made a loud statement in which he said that only “Levski” pays its taxes among all clubs in the country.“Currently” Levski is the only club in the country that pays its taxes. We are certainly the only club that pays 1: 1 taxes on the salaries of its players. Do not open your mouth that I want more. “Hard times” Levski is the best example “, Papazov was categorical in a statement to bTV.Stefanov, for his part, disagreed with this statement by Papazov, who owns 35% of the shares of his favorite team.“Their club has 30-40 million debts. I would be ashamed to point out with so many obligations that we are the only ones for something. And does anyone ask” Levski: “are they the only ones with 35 million debts? Wait, “Shut up, it’s best. Try to save the bankruptcies, get out of this situation,” Stefanov told Sportal.“Titi, it’s not in your best interest to ring the bell. I’d tell Titi that. You’re silent that you’ve forgotten the dogs,” added the president of the bronze medalists in our football championship, referring to the huge obligations of the Gerena team. .