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Fort St John Flyers win over Prince Rupert in game two of Coy Cup

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Flyers took on the Prince Rupert Rampage on Tuesday night for game two of the 2019 Coy Cup.Prior to the game, there was an opening ceremony welcoming spectators to the 2019 Coy Cup. Acting Mayor, Gord Klassen, and his wife Sharon dropped the puck as part of the ceremonies.Acting Mayor Gord Klassen and his wife, Sharon, dropped the puck as part of the 2019 Coy Cup opening ceremonies. Photo by Scott Brooks- Advertisement -At 8:28 into the game, Reid Campbell scored a goal with assists by Rick Cleaver and Joey Massingham making the score 1-0.Then at 3:16 remaining in the period, Ryan Forbes would score a goal with a feed from Layne Stopanski and Tanner LeSann making the score 2-0.With 1:25 left in the frame, Reid Campbell would score his second goal of the night with an assist by Evan Campbell making it 3-0 over the Rampage.Advertisement During this time, the Rampage would score their first goal, on a power play, making the score 6-1.Then with 59.1 seconds remaining in the period, Evan Campbell would score a power play goal with a feed from Josh Bennett and Jeff Shipton making it a 7-1 lead over the Rampage as they headed into the third period.At 23 seconds into the third period, Josh Bennett would score a goal with a feed from Rick Cleaver and Reid Campbell making the score 8-1.Later on, at 5:46 remaining in the period, the rampage would score a power play goal making the score 8-2.Then at 2:30 left in the game, the rampage would score another goal making the score 8-3.Advertisement The Flyers would win this game 8-3 over Prince Rupert.Flyers Head Coach, Andrew Leriger, says this game was a great outcome and that he is happy with the way his team has played.“It was a great outcome. I was actually quite happy with the way the guys played. It’s been five weeks since the guys played a game, they maintained the pace, and they pretty much kept it up for the full 60 minutes.”Up next, the Williams Lake Stampeders will be taking on the Prince Rupert Rampage tomorrow, Wednesday, in game three of the Coy Cup. Puck drop is 3:00 p.m. at the North Peace Arena.The 2019 Coy Cup takes place now until March 30 at the North Peace Arena.Advertisement At 2:42 into the second period, Reid Campbell would score his third goal of the night with assists by Robbie Sidhu and Steven Fast making it a 4-0 lead over Prince Rupert.Then at 7:03 into the period, Rick Cleaver would score a power play goal with a feed from Jeff Shipton and Reid Campbell making the score 5-0.Not too long after that goal, Ryan Forbes would score his second goal of the night with assists by Sam Brennan and Tanner LeSann making the score 6-0.At 6:51 remaining in the frame, Rylan Sideroff would receive a two-minute penalty.Advertisement Tickets are available at the North Peace Arena three hours before puck drop of each game starting at noon.Here is the full 2019 Coy Cup schedule:Official 2019 Coy Cup Schedule. Source FSJ Flyerslast_img read more

Men’s Golf Wraps Up Action At Sacramento State Intercollegiate

first_imgSACRAMENTO,  Calif. – Drake University men’s golf team placed tied for 11th at the Sacramento State Intercollegiate on Tuesday. “It was a long two days in tough conditions. Monday was especially challenging with the cold and windy weather. As a team we struggled to get anything going, and I think we all feel disappointed,” Drake head coach Matt Lewis said. “We are looking forward to getting back to Des Moines to get some practice outside on grass and to see full ball flight.” The Bulldogs recorded their best round of the tournament on Tuesday, shooting a 305 to finish with a total score of 927 (311-311-305). For the third-straight round, sophomore Drew Ison led the team by shooting a 74 (+2) for a total score of 228 (77-77-74), good for tied for 34th-place. One shot separated freshman Jack Kennedy and sophomore Matt Lavery, as Kennedy finished strong by firing a 75 (+3) for a score of 233 (79-79-75) and Lavery finished with a 234 (77-78-79). Senior Blake Huser completed his second round on Tuesday because play was suspended due to darkness on Monday and finished with a 77. He ended his day by shooting another 77 in the third round for a total score of 238 (84-77-77). Freshman Tommi Avant rounded out the Bulldogs’ effort with a score of 242 (78-83-81). The Bulldogs return to action on March 20 at the Kingsmill Intercollegiate in Williamsburg, Va., hosted by William & Mary.Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

St. Bernard’s looks to claim another Little 4 title when it travels to Ferndale on Saturday

first_imgWith just two weeks to go in the regular season, there’s more than just potential playoff seeding at stake right now.That’s exactly the case when two of the Little 4’s biggest rivals meet this weekend.St. Bernard’s and Ferndale renew their heated rivalry on Saturday afternoon at Coach Carlson Wildcat Field, as the Crusaders can clinch their third straight outright Little 4 title with a victory over the Wildcats.The Crusaders, arguably the hottest team on the North Coast entering the …last_img

Holiday Inn Rosebank now open

first_imgISO Leisure has also signed a deal with IHG to operate the Holiday Inn Express Umhlanga Rocks in Durban, due to open soon. Located next to The Zone shopping centre in the heart of the Rosebank business district to the north of downtown Johannesburg, the new 158-room Holiday Inn Rosebank opened for business on 7 May. Managed by ISO Leisure and owned by the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), Holiday Inn Rosebank is conveniently situated for both business and leisure travellers, 30 minutes’ drive from OR Tambo International Airport and close to the Sandton business district. It’s within easy reach of shopping centres and tourist attractions like the Apartheid Museum and Constitution Hill, offering visitors plenty of entertainment while in Johannesburg. Guests will also benefit from a business centre, fitness centre, outdoor pool, cocktail bar and restaurant. IHG already has seven hotels and 1 621 rooms in South Africa, including two InterContinental hotels, one Crowne Plaza hotel, one Holiday Inn hotel and three Holiday Inn Express Hotels. SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material 9 May 2010center_img “The passion and commitment of our partners like ISO Leisure allows us to continue to build great hotels that guests love in South Africa,” IHG Europe, Middle East and Africa president Kirk Kinsell said at the hotel last week. “We have deep roots in Africa and a special affinity with South Africa. ISO Leisure also manages Holiday Inn Express Woodmead in Johannesburg, and co-owns Holiday Inn Express St George’s Mall in Cape Town and Holiday Inn Express Sunny Park in Pretoria with partners Zenprop. “As IHG’s exclusive partner for developing the Holiday Inn Express brand in South Africa, we’re thrilled that we’re now opening the Holiday Inn Rosebank,” said ISO Leisure CEO Gavin Watson. Development partner “We’re committed to our long-term investment plan in this country. We believe our developments here will contribute to domestic and international market growth and the Holiday Inn brand is the perfect fit for both these types of travellers.”last_img read more

a month agoArsenal boss Emery says Sokratis has full support

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Arsenal boss Emery says Sokratis has full supportby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal boss Unai Emery says Sokratis has the club’s full support.Sokratis was distraught after his error and took sole blame for Arsenal dropping two points at Watford from 2-0 up.Emery said of the defender, who is set to be recalled to face Aston Villa on Sunday: “We are a team. It is not individual. We spoke with him, with them. We need to be together and one mistake is not his mistake.”It is the mistake of all the team and I am responsible because I decided to start like that.”We need to be together when we win, when we lose and also be convinced in our preparation and our game plan in each match.” last_img read more

24 days agoLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp desperate to avoid Carabao Cup replay

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp desperate to avoid Carabao Cup replayby Paul Vegas24 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is desperate to avoid a Carabao Cup replay.The Times says sources close to Klopp claim he would be “horrified” at the prospect of having to replay the Reds’ Carabao Cup tie at MK Dons due to the fielding of an ineligible player.Pedro Chirivella came on as a second half substitute for Naby Keita during the 2-0 third round win last week, when the Reds’ goals came from James Milner and Ki-Jana Hoever.Following two loan spells in the Netherlands, Chirivella seemingly wasn’t re-registered with the Reds following a loan spell at Spanish Segunda Division side Extremadura last season, when he also ran into registration problems and didn’t play a game.Liverpool – who were drawn to face Arsenal at home in fourth round – insist that they they did register Chirivella as their player as far back as July, and say that the blame for the apparent loss of paperwork lies with the FA. The Reds could be expelled from the competition if the EFL decide to come down hard on them, although replaying the game or a fine seems like the much more likely outcome. last_img read more

22 days agoChelsea striker Tammy Abraham undecided about international future

first_imgChelsea striker Tammy Abraham undecided about international futureby Paul Vegas22 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea striker Tammy Abraham says he is undecided about his international future.England and Nigeria are both vying for the 22-year-old, who has scored eight goals in ten games this season.”I love both nations,” Abraham said.”To be wanted by both nations, clearly I’m doing something right on the pitch for Chelsea. I just have to keep going. My time will come.”I’m not sure, I haven’t made a decision yet. I’m just focusing on the club now.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img

5 days agoHyypia says Gerrard could handle Liverpool manager’s job

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Hyypia says Gerrard could handle Liverpool manager’s jobby Paul Vegas5 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Liverpool captain Sami Hyypia says Steven Gerrard could handle the manager’s job.Gerrard is already being linked with the Liverpool job (for the post-Klopp era) after just one season as Rangers manager. Does Hyypia believe Gerrard could cope with the pressure of being in the hot seat at Anfield? “Why not?” stated Hyypia to the Daily Mail. “Stevie was a good player and he’s doing well at Rangers.”He’s getting the experience of managing there and he’s doing well. I can’t say any reason he couldn’t do it.” last_img

Video: Ohio State’s Joey Bosa Has Some Wonderfully Simple Trash Talk For Jim Harbaugh

first_imgJoey Bosa walking off the field after an Ohio State football game.GLENDALE, AZ – JANUARY 01: Defensive lineman Joey Bosa #97 of the Ohio State Buckeyes reacts as he walks off the field after defeating the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 44-28 in the BattleFrog Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium on January 1, 2016 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)Jim Harbaugh has done a great job in his very brief tenure at Michigan, going 10-3 in his first season, and inking a Top 10 class—and a No. 1 recruit—in his first full recruiting cycle this week. The next step, however, is a little more tricky. Harbaugh needs to beat Ohio State, and this year, his Wolverines weren’t even close.FOX Sports’ The Buzzer caught up with Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa on Friday and asked if he had any words for the Michigan head coach. He only had one, and it is pretty perfect: “sorry.”Michigan’s first year under Harbaugh went about as well as could be expected, but a 42-13 loss to OSU has to stick in the craw of Wolverine fans. Luckily, next year Bosa won’t be there to push their offensive linemen around.[Eleven Warriors]last_img read more

Court Of Appeal to Be Expanded

first_img “In four months’ time, we will be meeting down at King Street to hand over the Courts to the President of the Court of Appeal. We intend for you to have these courts working by September. This is a very important project. The Court of Appeal in Jamaica is our highest court, and we need it to deliver and complete the cases in an expeditious manner,” he said. Story Highlights The Court of Appeal, downtown Kingston, is to be expanded to accommodate additional courtrooms. The Court of Appeal, downtown Kingston, is to be expanded to accommodate additional courtrooms.Justice Minister, Hon. Delroy Chuck, said the project will see the addition of three new courtrooms, 13 judges’ chambers and two lounges within the next four months.“In four months’ time, we will be meeting down at King Street to hand over the Courts to the President of the Court of Appeal. We intend for you to have these courts working by September. This is a very important project. The Court of Appeal in Jamaica is our highest court, and we need it to deliver and complete the cases in an expeditious manner,” he said.Minister Chuck was speaking at the signing ceremony for the $846-million contract to facilitate the works at the Ministry’s Constant Spring Road offices in St. Andrew on Tuesday (April 17).He informed that six additional judges are to be appointed this fiscal year in order to reduce the backlog of over 1,400 cases.“Over the past couple of years, the backlog of cases in the Court of Appeal has been increasing due to the sheer (lack) of manpower. Seven judges just cannot manage the bulk of cases, which are coming to the Court of Appeal. Within two years, by 2020, it is my great hope that backlog will not be an issue in the Court of Appeal… . We want to ensure that the facilities are there and that the opportunity is there, so that the cases can be dealt with,” he said.Permanent Secretary in the Ministry, Carol Palmer, said the improvement works to be undertaken will serve to strengthen the delivery of justice.“The Ministry sees the infrastructure works that are being done to improve the built environment of justice institutions as an indispensible part of the overall objective to increase access to justice services, support the timely dispensation of justice and to create a sound court infrastructure,” she noted.The contract, to be undertaken over eight months, will entail expansion of the Public Building West, which, in addition to the Court of Appeal, also houses the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).The project, to be undertaken by Y.P. Seaton and Associates Company Limited, will also include renovation of the registry and the circulation tower, elevator shaft and stairwell. Justice Minister, Hon. Delroy Chuck, said the project will see the addition of three new courtrooms, 13 judges’ chambers and two lounges within the next four months.last_img read more