TREMONT — Fifty-one runners traveled to the southern reaches of Mount Desert Island on Sunday for this year’s running of the Flamingo 4-Miler.The race began at Acadia National Park’s Seawall Campground and concluded at Tremont Consolidated School. It was held as part of the four-day Harbour House Flamingo Festival in Southwest Harbor.First place in the event went to Lubec’s Peter Williams, who finished with a time of 23 minutes, 34 seconds. Lamoine’s Buster Brown finished close behind, placing second with a time of 23:44.Finishing in third place was Tremont’s Stephen Grierson, who crossed the finish line in 25:38. Evan Merchant of Beals and Harley Brown of Mount Desert placed fourth and fifth with times of 26:58 and 27:00, respectively.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textLisa Kingsbury of Hampden was the top finisher on the women’s side with a time of 30:50 and a place of eighth. Other top female runners included Tricia Brown of Cherryfield (10th place), Pamela Beam of Tremont (12th place) and Ashley Santerre of Columbia Falls (15th).Below is a list of all finishers from the race.Peter Williams, 23 minutes, 34 secondsBuster Brown, 23:44Stephen Grierson, 25:38Evan Merchant, 26:58Harley Brown, 27:00Brian Henkel, 28:58Rudy Kelley, 30:31Lisa Kingsbury, 30:50Chris Arnold, 31:29Tricia Brown, 32:08Tony Santiago, 32:11Pamela Beam, 33:00Chris Murphy, 33:02John Melick, 33:09Ashley Santerre, 33:34Erin Dunbar, 34:05Lisa Kearns, 34:14Susan Kolakowski, 34:16Kirsten Palmer, 34:26Reid Billings, 34:50Donna Kausen, 34:53Michael Madell, 34:55Rex Shultz, 35:39Hope Rowan, 36:00Christa Brey, 36:26Doug Thompson, 36:32Lloyd Harmon, 37:10Jennifer Brodie, 37:14Antonia Burns, 38:01Tom Cooper, 38:03Tamera Murphy, 38:14George Soules, 38:23John M. Brown, 38:24Katie Daigle, 40:07Dennise Cupp, 40:08Bob Campbell, 40:33Melina O’Goudy, 42:31Mary Moore, 42:35Sarah Cooper, 44:17Stephen Lammert, 44:45Julia Rudnick, 45:20Jamie Lindsey, 46:29Lynn Caron, 46:45Robin Emery, 47:10Emma Soules, 47:30Janice Kenyon, 47:41Jennifer Mullowney, 51:30Kristy Sharp, 52:41Kathleen Ryan, 55:15Holly Gunn, 58:54Tina Lawson, 1:00:54
In the second SCAC Empire division girls golf tournament of the spring last Monday afternoon, Jamesville-DeWitt’s girls were victorious with 199 to Auburn’s 204.Lena Jones led the Red Rams with a 42, the top individual score by five strokes, while Tracey Edson tied for third with a 50. Kelli Palumbo, with a 53, was just ahead of Eden Shiomos (54) and Abby Neuman (55).East Syracuse Minoa Blue was fourth with 215 as Giavanna Vito matched Edson’s 50 to share third place. Carey Sloan had a 54, beating out Hannah Johnson (55), Bailey Murphy (56) and Hailey Saunders (58), while ESM Orange’s Emily Williams had a 56 of her own, ahead of Mackenzie Roberts (57) and Amber Cardarelli (58). Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Then CBA handled Bishop Grimes 218-267 on Tuesday at Drumlins, with Lucas shooting a 49 and Kilmartin posting a 53. Brina Deppoliti shot the low total of 56 for the Cobras.Grimes turned around to beat Cazenovia 251-255 on Thursday, with Deppoliti again leading her side with a 49, as CBA handled Chittenango 216-293, Kilmartin’s 46 10 shots ahead of the 56s from Paige Snyder and Maddy Formikell.CBA met Cazenovia on Friday, and the Brothers prevailed 215-252, for though the Lakers’ Sophie Clancy led all individuals with a 51 at Cazenovia Country Club, Lucas had a 52, with Meade getting a 53, Kilmartin a 54 and Mills a 56.As for Grimes, it challenged J-D and Chittenango on Friday, the Cobras shooting 293 to the Bears’ 289, and well behind the Red Rams, who won with 210.Jones again was well ahead of the attack, finishing with a 42. Madeline Ferris had a 54, with Palumbo adding a 56 and Shiomos earning a 58. Deppoliti and Mara Gutchess both shot 72 for Grimes. Tags: Bishop GrimesCBAGirls golfJ-D ESM Blue lost 200-230 to Cicero-North Syracuse Blue last Tuesday as ESM Orange fell 242-265 to C-NS Green, with Vito’s 56 the low round for both Spartans sides.Christian Brothers Academy remained in the lead in the Onondaga High School League, going to Skaneateles last Monday and earning a 218-248 victory over the Lakers in a key early-season test.Both sides were undefeated going into the match, but at Skaneateles Country Club Elizabeth Lucas posted the low round of 52 and Isabella Meade finished with a 53, just ahead of the Lakers’ Julia Marshall (54). Further depth came from Aubrey Mills, who shot 56, and Annie Kilmartin, who shot 57.
As a player on the Maxwell Award watch list, it was only a matter of time that Jerome Smith would be an early candidate for the Doak Walker Award.Smith, who led Syracuse with 1,171 rushing yards last season, was one of 63 running backs named to the Doak Walker Award watch list on Thursday. He is one of four running backs from the Atlantic Coast Conference on the list.The Doak Walker Award is handed out annually to the nation’s best running back. Semifinalists will be announced on Nov. 14, followed by the finalists on Nov. 25 and the winner on Dec. 12. Former Wisconsin running back Montee Ball took home the award last season.In addition to the Maxwell and Doak Walker honors, Smith was also named preseason first-team All-ACC by Athlon Sports and second-team all-conference by Phil Steele. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on July 18, 2013 at 12:44 pm Contact David: email@example.com | @DBWilson2
Competition: Caf Confederation Cup – Round of 32Match: Olympique de Ngor v Hearts of OakVenue: Stade Caroline Faye, M’BourKickoff: 4pm GMT, April 4–Deputy Hearts of Oak captain Owusu Bempah returns to the Stade Caroline Faye where he was part of the Ghana U-20 team that used the facility for their group games at the recently ended 2015 AYC. This time, the right-back is on club duties with Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak to face Senegal’s Olympique de Ngor in the 2015 Caf Confederation Cup round of 32 return encounter on Saturday.Having lost 2-1 in Accra, Olympique de Ngor, first-timers in the competition, are faced with a seemingly easy but difficult task of kicking out the Ghanaians with just a 1-0 score-line in M’Bour.But that won’t come easy especially against a very experienced opposition on the African continent in Hearts of Oak. They won the maiden edition of the competition in 2004. The Phobians aside their past records, boast of a very experienced technical brain in Herbert Addo, who is famous for his shrewd way of grinding crucial results in tight fixtures – very consistent in that regard.His tactics working to perfection this time faces a stern test when both teams line up on Saturday. Ngor look strong at home as they were able to produce three goals past Unisport Bafang in their maiden home game in Africa while Hearts of Oak were able to grind a goalless game away to Benin’s AS Police.Domestically, both teams are struggling in their respective competitions. Ngor currently lie 8th with 18 points from 14 games while the Ghanaians are 14th position with 15 points after 12 games in the FCPPL. Domestic Form guideOlympique de Ngor: W W W D WHearts of Oak: L W D W LPrevious MeetingsThe first leg in Accra on March 15 was the first ever game between Hearts of Oak and Olympique de Ngor. Badara Fall with a brilliant run in the 33rd minute, fed onto a pass from midfield to score the opening goal but the Phobians’ second half revival saw Foovi Aguidi levelling matters in the 63rd minute before the in-form Gilbert Fiamenyo, who had come on as a substitute, scored the final goal – 2-1, six minutes from time. The starting line-ups :Hearts : Soulama Abdoulaye – Fatau Mohammed, Shaun October, Philip Boampong, Robin Gnagne (C) – Richard Yamoah, Paul Acquah, Emmanuel Laryea, Selasie Adjei, Komi Foovi Aguidi, Isaac MensahOlympique de Ngor: Mouhameth Diallo – Baye Basse Ousseynou Gueye (C), Baba Diop, Ahioune Badara Fall, Abdoulaye Barry, Arthur Yannick Gomis, Mamadou L Dramé, Mouhameth N Tine, Ismaela Niang, Mohammed Sene, Robert BadianeBackground Facts Olympique de NgorThe Senegalese side have had to move the match venue from the Stade Demba Diop to M’Bour due to a wrestling competition booked for their original host stadium on the match day – Saturday, April 4.Ngor after their first leg defeat to Hearts, have played two domestic league games. They drew one all with Douanes and heavily thrashed Caf Champions League campaigners, AS Pikine, 4-1 in the Senegal Ligue 1.Olympique de Ngor have scored and conceded four goals each in 3 games of this season’s Caf Confederation Cup – 0-1, 3-1, 1-2. They defeated Cameroon’s Unisport Bafang 3-1 at home in the second leg of the prelims.Hearts Hearts of Oak are without striker Selasie Adjei who has started in all their three games in the competition so far. He suffered an injury in a Ghana Premier League match for the Phobians. Experienced midfielder Kofi Abanga also did not make the squadInfluential midfield duo Richard Yamoah and Leonard Tawiah can form their solid partnership in protecting the Hearts defence once again as the latter has fully returned from injury.Gilbert Fiamenyo above is the club’s top scorer this season with 9 goals in all competitions.Goalkeeper Soulama Abdoulaye joined the team in Senegal from international duties with the Burkina Faso national team.Hearts have scored three goals in 3 games of this season’s Caf Confederation Cup and conceded once – 1-0, 0-0, 2-1. What the coaches saySidaty Sarr – Olympique de Ngor“Hearts of Oak is a very big club. We got a favourable results [lost 1-2] against them in Accra which will make our qualification a bit easier.”“We would urge our fans and all Senegal to come and support us to win and move to the next stage.”Herbert Addo – Hearts of Oak“We know our situation and are prepared to have a good result that will make us qualify on Saturday.”“The good news is that some of my key players who have been missed through injuries in recent weeks are back with us for this trip. I’m hoping they stay fit for Saturday.”“Before the first leg, we had little information about our opponents and after seeing them in Accra, I’m confident things will be easier for us.”Possible Line-upsOlympique de Ngor: Mouhameth Diallo – Baye Basse Ousseynou Gueye (C), Baba Diop, Ahioune Badara Fall, Abdoulaye Barry, Arthur Yannick Gomis, Mamadou L Dramé, Mouhameth N Tine, Ismaela Niang, Mohammed Sene, Robert BadianeHearts: Soulama Abdoulaye – Owusu Bempah, Robin Gnagne, Philip Boampong, Isaac Oduro – Leonard Tawiah, Richard Yamoah, Paul Acquah, Eric Kumi, Foovi Aguidi, Gilbert FiamenyoPermutationsOlympique de NgorA 1-0 win simply does the business for the hosts but should Hearts score, Olympique de Ngor must win the game by a difference of two goals in order to advance to the next stage.Hearts of OakThe Phobians need a draw to advance. Losing by a 1-0 margin sees them out or getting a goal and avoiding defeat by a two-goal margin see the Ghanaians through to the round of 16.–Follow Gary on Twitter: @garyalsmith
Other than Jordan Hill posting 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting on surprisingly effective mid-range jumpers, no other Laker shot above 50 percent. The most egregious offenders included Nick Young (20 points on 5-of-18 shooting), Jodie Meeks (13 points on 4-of-11 shooting) and Wesley Johnson (0-of-7 shooting). It added up to the Lakers setting a season-low in points, shattering their record when they posted only 85 points Nov. 8 against New Orleans.The Lakers’ 24 turnovers also matched a season high, and mostly reflected their lacking point guard depth. Kendall Marshall’s three points on one shot attempt and four turnovers in five minutes hardly offered much promise in his first game since joining the Lakers two days ago. The ball handling didn’t fare much better for Young (four turnovers), Meeks (four) and Henry (three). “We made some careless passes, myself included,” Meeks said. “Guys got to get used to running the point guard spot, including myself, Xavier, and Kendall.” All those elements snapped the Lakers’ two-game winning streak and halted the temporary elation they could tread above water without their star players. After holding the Warriors (15-13) to 34-percent shooting in the first half, Golden State broke open with a 22-point lead they never relinquished. Golden State also poured it on when forward Marreese Speights picked up a flagrant foul type 2 and an automatic ejection after wrapping his hands around Young as he drove to the basket with 9:29 left in the fourth quarter. By that point the Lakers trailed 83-65.“I knew if I got ejected, we’d head to Phoenix (on Monday) with just another person out,” Young said. “I had to think about a lot in a quick moment, but I still kept cool. I’m glad my teammates came to help me.”As the Lakers have shown all season, their fortunes can change. But they’ll have to do so knowing they have a depleted cast once again. Hence, why it should hardly surprise many that the Lakers’ 102-83 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Saturday at Oracle Arena contrasted to when the Lakers unseated Minnesota the night before despite missing three point guards and Kobe Bryant?Pau Gasol couldn’t even leave his hotel room because of a respiratory issue, an illness that plagued him earlier this season but not enough to keep him out of the starting lineup for the first 26 games. That forced the Lakers (13-14) to field their 12th different starting lineup featuring seldom-used Chris Kaman and a player named Xavier Henry whose recent stretch at point guard marked the first time he manned the position since playing AAU basketball. “We ran out of gas,” Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni said. “We tried to battle. But we ran out of energy. We’re not going to be smooth. There’s no way. We have 15 point guards out.”The Lakers actually have four, but the point well taken. Kobe Bryant (fractured left leg), Steve Nash (nerve issues in back), Steve Blake (hyperextended right elbow) and Jordan Farmar (strained left hamstring) all remained sidelined. Add in Gasol’s absence, and the Lakers lost a combined 45.39 points those players collectively average. In related news: Lakers shot 26 of 80 from the field (32.5 percent).“Those players definitely make it easier for the other players,” said Kaman, whose 17 rebounds was offset with 10 points on a 5-of-17 clip. “But our offense works consistently with guys who aren’t playmakers if we move the ball. We didn’t move the ball very well. When we did, guys had a lot of open looks and they just didn’t make them.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error OAKLAND — Here’s the good news about the Lakers:They’ll never take nights off. They boast the versatility, work ethic and teamwork on a roster that represents a sum greater than its parts. They even can feature a role player ascending toward a career night.Here’s the bad news about the Lakers:They’re not talented enough to do that on a consistent basis.
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