Crusaders Slam Eagles

first_img This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text admin Latest Posts Latest posts by admin (see all) House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Bio ELLSWORTH — The Crusaders made the most of eight hits, scoring 14 runs in a lopsided shutout over the Eagles.Laura Jordan pitched a one-hitter for the Crusaders, allowing only a fifth-inning single by Kayla Blanchard. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015last_img

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MFM FC Gains Slim 2-1 Advantage against Alger

first_imgEnyimba beats Energie 2-0, Akwa Utd falls in LibyaMFM FC recorded a slim 2-1 win at home in Agege against MC Alger of Algeria in the CAF Champions League while Nigeria’s representatives in the CAF Confederation Cup, Enyimba went to next door Cotonou to beat Benin Republic’s Energie FC 2-0. Akwa United lost 1-0 away to Libya’s Al Ittihad.Earlier on Tuesday evening, the country’s second representatives in the CAF Champions League, Plateau United had lost 2-4 to Etoile du Sahel of Tunisia in Sousse.Chijoke Akuneto and Monsuru Bashiru scored both goals for MFM, while Amachi was on target for the Algerian team.MFM created the first real chance of the game with Bashiru’s attempted lob in the fifth minute going inches wide.The hosts came close again two minutes later through the lively Akuneto. The forward turned inside the box following a beautiful pass by Chukwuka Onuwa but his effort was saved by MC Alger’s goalkeeper Chaal. Play was however stopped in the 20th minute after Monsuru appeared to have slumped but he was deemed okay to continue with the game after he was attended to by a combined team of MFM and MC Alger medics.The home team made the breakthrough nine minutes before the break when Akuneto converted from the spot after he was tripped inside the box.MC Alger equalised in the 55th minute through Amachi who fired past the on rushing Egbe. Monsuru scored the winner five minutes from time with his surprise shot from outside the box sailing into the net.At the Stade de l’Amite in Cotonou. Enyimba gave their qualification into the second round of the CAF Confederation Cup a huge boost following the 2-0 away win.Enyimba took the lead in the fourth minute following an own goal by Lawal Lanignan whose back header wrong-footed Energie FC keeper Wilson Damilola and bounced over the line.In the ninth minute, Enyimba went 2-0 up through Austin Oladapo who fired into the bottom corner following a pass from Stanley Dimgba.Akwa United on the other hand fell to a 1-0 at the the Taieb Mhiri Stadium, Sfax. Muad Eisha scored the winning goal for the home team late in the game.The striker headed in a cross from the right to hand his team the slim advantage going into the reverse fixture. The hosts wasted a number of goal scoring chances in the game and fully deserved the win.The Promise Keepers will look to overturn the deficit and book a place in the second round when both teams clash in the return leg on March 18 at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, Uyo.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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UFC: Joe Rogan feels that UFC should fire their judges, slams their scoring methods

first_img LIVE TV Also Read | 50 Cent Slams Welterweight Contender Colby Covington After His Loss At UFC 245Joe Rogan was totally on Max Holloway’s side. He went on to slam the judges for their bizarre scoring methods. According to the veteran commentator, the ‘10-point must’ system “suc*s” as he referred to it as a boxing system. “We should not have the system. We (MMA) should have a more comprehensive system that recognizes us,” said Joe Rogan.He further took a dig at the judges for not having any experience in Mixed Martial Arts field. According to Joe, UFC judges have no martial arts experience and they are just here after completing some courses. Thus, the promotion needs to fire them. COMMENT Joe Rogan is one of the most prominent personalities of UFC. He has been with the promotion from its initial days. The veteran UFC commentator has experienced all the iconic moments of  UFC in front of his eyes. However, there’s something that is bothering Joe Rogan. According to Joe Rogan, UFC should fire all their judges as they have no experience in martial arts and they keep on ruining iconic fights.Also Read | Colby Covington Blasts Referee Marc Goddard For Loss To Kamaru Usman At UFC 245UFC: Joe Rogan and Max Holloway slams the UFC judges After Max Holloway’s controversial title loss against Alexander Volkanovski at the co-main event of UFC 245, things took a turn for the worst. After a hard-fought battle of five rounds, Alexander Volkanovski was awarded the featherweight gold and Max Holloway felt that it was unfair. The Hawaiian featherweight slammed the judges for their ‘bizarre’ scoring. He continued his rant on the recent episode of Joe Rogan’s podcast on 18th December. During his conversation with Joe Rogan, Max Holloway gave his opinion on his latest fight and said, “When I was in there, in my mind, I thought I won. When you think about it, I thought I was landing more damaging shots to the head and body.”  “When you see some of these people that are judging, you know they’ve never done anything. They don’t have any idea of what’s going on, they just have a cursory understanding of fighting, and that’s not acceptable for the highest level of the game,” said Joe Rogan in his podcast. Last Updated: 19th December, 2019 20:47 IST UFC: Joe Rogan Feels That UFC Should Fire Their Judges, Slams Their Scoring Methods Former featherweight champion Max Holloway and Joe Rogan took a dig at UFC judges in the latest podcast of Joe Rogan. Know what Joe Rogan and Max Holloway said. First Published: 19th December, 2019 20:47 IST WATCH US LIVE Raj Sarkar SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By Also Read | UFC: Dana White Confirms Interest In A Kamaru Usman Vs Jorge Masvidal Fight After UFC 245Also Read | UFC: Dana White Confirms Interest In A Kamaru Usman Vs Jorge Masvidal Fight After UFC 245 FOLLOW USlast_img read more

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Bears vs. Lions final score: Mitchell Trubisky leads late go-ahead drive, Bears topple Lions on Turkey Day

first_imgThe Bears overcame a late deficit — and the inconsistency of quarterback Mitchell Trubisky — en route to a 24-20 win in Detroit over the Lions.VIDEO: Bears-Lions game highlightsTrubisky had three touchdown passes on the day, including a late strike with just over two minutes left to David Montgomery that gave Chicago (6-6) the lead for good. Still, tt was a mixed-bag day for Trubisky, who head-scratchingly avoided a first down on a run late in the second quarter and threw a bad interception. He put up 338 yards on 29-of-38 passing.MORE: Blough reflects on ‘special’ NFL debutIt was a good showing for Lions rookie QB David Blough, who started in place of injured backup Jeff Driskel (starter Matthew Stafford was also out injured). Blough performed well in his NFL debut vs. a stout Bears defense, but it just wasn’t enough. Blough finished with 22-for-38 passing for 280 yards, two touchdowns and a game-ending interception as Detroit fell to 3-8-1.VIDEO: David Blough’s WOW throws from his first NFL startSporting News covered all things Thanksgiving between the Bears and Lions below.(All times Eastern.)Bears vs. Lions score for Thanksgiving 2019FINALBears: 24Lions: 20 Q1Q2Q3Q4FBears737724Lions1430320Bears vs. Lions updates, highlights3:56 p.m.: Eddie Jackson intercepts a David Blough pass and the Bears will beat the Lions in their second straight Thanksgiving meeting.Eddie Jackson seals the deal with a BIG-TIME PICK! 🚨That’s how you close out a Turkey Day victory! @BoJack39 #Bears100📺: #CHIvsDET on FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/QeumWCLyaU pic.twitter.com/jVazuPiOiF— NFL (@NFL) November 28, 20193:55 p.m.: Roquan Smith with a huge third-down sack with 36 seconds left in the game.3:49 p.m.: David Blough is leading the Lions down the field and almost throws an interception. 59 seconds left in this one.3:37 p.m. CHICAGO SCORING PLAY: And the Bears have taken the lead on a Mitchell Trubisky TD pass to David Montgomery. Bears up 24-20 with 2:17 left in the game.The @ChicagoBears gobble up the lead! 🦃Mitchell Trubisky finds David Montgomery for the late fourth quarter TD. @Mtrubisky10 @MontgomerDavid #Bears100📺: #CHIvsDET on FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/QeumWCLyaU pic.twitter.com/bBVIAL8pLv— NFL (@NFL) November 28, 20193:29 p.m.: Bears are driving with five minutes left in the game, and Trubisky connects with Anthony Miller to put Chicago into Lions territory.3:12 p.m. DETROIT SCORING PLAY: Matt Prater hits a 24-yard kick after a failed third-and-1 rush, and the Lions take the lead again. Detroit up 20-17 in the fourth.3:07 p.m.: The Lions are inside the red zone again. First-and-10 at the 14-yard line.3:03 p.m.: We head to the fourth quarter and the game is still tied at 17 apiece.2:53 p.m. CHICAGO SCORING PLAY: Trubisky connects with Jesse Horstead, who makes an acrobatic catch, for six points. Bears tie it up at 17.2:42 p.m.: Darius Slay picks off Mitchell Trubisky, who threw the ball behind Robinson. Bad throw, good play by Slay.2:32 p.m.: And we’re back. Lions get the ball at the 25 to start the half.2:10 p.m. END OF HALF:  Lions take a 17-7 lead into the locker room in a game that’s had its ups and downs. Lions get ball to start the second.2:06 p.m. CHICAGO SCORING PLAY: A pretty good drive by the bears and Trubisky and Piñeiro hits a 30-yarder to cut the deficit to 7. 22 seconds left in the half, Lions up 17-10.1:53 p.m. DETROIT SCORING PLAY: Prater puts the ball through the uprights for three more points. Lions up 17-7 in the second.1:46 p.m.: David Blough is letting it fly. He connects with Kenny Golladay on another deep shot on the outside. Lions threatening to score again.1:39 p.m.: Bears going for it on fourth-and-6 and they don’t convert. Detroit takes over. 1:30 p.m.: The ruling is reversed and it’s an incomplete pass instead. Refs missed a clear roughing the passer call on Trubisky.1:27 p.m.: Trubisky hits Anthony Miller for a short gain, but Miller can’t gather it. The ruling on the field is a catch and fumble, and we’re going to replay.1:20 p.m.: Lions punt the ball back away and pin the Bears inside their 10-yard line.1:17 p.m.:  Bears can’t seem to get anything going on offense, as they punt away once again.1:09 p.m.: On the ensuing kickoff, Matt Prater smokes a squib kick off of a Bears player, and the Lions recover. That’s something special. 1:05 p.m. DETROIT SCORING PLAY: Blough hits Marvin Jones Jr. for a short TD pass. Blough has 131 pass yards already on the game. Lions up 14-7.1:04 p.m.: Blough and Golladay have a pretty good connection early, converting on a third-and-9.1:01 p.m.: Lions are driving and just crossed the 50-yard line into Bears territory. 12:56 p.m.: Trubisky and the Bears follow up their first drive with a 3-and-out.12:49 p.m. DETROIT SCORING PLAY: Well, that didn’t take long. Blough hits Kenny Golladay for a 75-yard TD score to give Detroit six. Game is tied 7-7.David Blough’s first career NFL completion?Just a 75-yard TD to Kenny Golladay. 😱 @david_blough10 @kgxix #OnePride📺: #CHIvsDET on FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/QeumWCLyaU pic.twitter.com/VeIt8eKtez— NFL (@NFL) November 28, 201912:43 p.m. CHICAGO SCORING PLAY: Mitchell Trubisky hits Allen Robinson on a quick strike for the touchdown. Bears up early 7-0.The @ChicagoBears eat first on Thanksgiving! 🍴 @Mtrubisky10 ➡️ @AllenRobinson for 6! #Bears100📺: #CHIvsDET on FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/QeumWCLyaU pic.twitter.com/s7dfF6jL8o— NFL (@NFL) November 28, 201912:42 p.m.: Bears are at the 10-yard line after run from David Montgomery. It’s a happy Thanksgiving for Bears fans.MORE: Watch NFL games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) 12:39 p.m.: Well, we re-kick, and Cordarrelle Patterson brings a ball about seven yards deep 57 yards to the 50. Good field position for the Bears.12:36 p.m.: And the Bears take the opening kickoff and there are two flags down already on the field. 12:23 p.m.: Good news: Jeff Driskel is active, but not starting. Whether that qualifies as good news is debatable.last_img read more

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