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West Florida came back with another run in the sixth, on a leadoff home run from Chapman – her second of the day. Sarah Maloney relieved Becca Taylor in the bottom of the fifth, finishing the game with two shutout innings and allowing just two Blazers to reach base. With the score at 5-3 in the seventh, UWF was unable to mount the comeback and fell to Valdosta State for the first time this season. vs. Alabama Huntsville 4/29/2016 - 12:30 p.m. FLORENCE, Ala. – The University of West Florida softball team started off the Gulf South Conference Tournament with a three-hour, 13-inning win over 6-seed Shorter on Thursday morning before going toe-to-toe with 2-seed Valdosta State later in the afternoon. After the first day of the tournament, UWF stands 38-14 and will face 4-seed Alabama Huntsville on Friday at 12:30 p.m. Smiley came through in the clutch, ripping a two-run double that one-hopped the right field fence, scoring Pettigrew and Toney to tie the game at six apiece after nine innings. GAME 2: Valdosta State 5, West Florida 3UWF battled early against GSC Pitcher of the Year Caitlyn Calhoun, getting runners on in each of the first two innings despite being held scoreless. The two did not stay tied for long, as West Florida was back at it in the fourth when Chapman went yard in the fifth against Shorter's relief ace Kalei Kimbrell, just the fourth long ball Kimbrell has allowed in nearly 60 innings in the circle this year. Wright's and Chapman's home runs in back-to-back innings gave UWF a 4-2 lead heading into the sixth. Shorter struck back with a run in the sixth on a home run from Peyton Barthel and scored in the seventh on a very close play at the plate that scored Niki Cook. Those two runs tied the score at the end of regulation, and the teams headed to extras tied at 4-4. After trading zeroes in the eighth, Shorter scored two in the top of the ninth to put the pressure on UWF. Next Game: Shorter got out to a quick 2-0 lead in the first, but a Kathleen Smiley solo home run in the second and singles from Caitlin Steel, Meghan Toney and Rhiannon Sassman in the third evened the score. Smiley's tied her with Chapman for the most home runs on the team, with six. The Argonauts have hit .278 in three games against Calhoun, averaging more than three runs per game and slugging .400 against the junior. Those numbers are a far cry from Calhoun's averages this season, as she has held opponents to a .201 average, a .364 slugging percentage and an average of just 1.6 runs. UWF and VSU are an even 4-4 in their last eight matchups. The Argonauts also matched their longest game in postseason history with the victory, a 13-inning affair against Florida Southern in the 2005 South Regional that resulted in a 1-0 UWF win. West Florida ultimately struck first blood, as Smiley singled to left to bring in Toney after a one-out double from the sophomore in the third inning. It was Smiley's fourth RBI of the day Rachel Wright led all batters with four hits in the game, including a leadoff home run in the fourth inning to give UWF its first lead of the day at 3-2. It was the freshman's third four-hit game of the year, which leads the team. Over the next four innings, Taylor and the UWF defense allowed just two base runners, only one of whom got on with a hit. Chelsy Krantz led off the 13th with a bunt, and a wild throw on the play from Shorter third baseman Kameron Carter put Krantz at second. Steel laid down a sacrifice bunt that advanced Krantz to third, bringing Pettigrew to the plate, already with two hits in the game. Full Schedule Roster West Florida totaled 23 hits in its two games today, with 10 runs scored and eight extra-base hits, including four home runs. Rachel Wright led the team with five total hits on the day, and Kalyn Chapman hit two home runs to extend her team lead to eight. Timely hitting from VSU hurt the Argos, as Kiley Rusen hit a home run with two on and one away in the bottom half. Heather Robinson followed two batters later with a home run to stretch the VSU lead to 4-1. UWF is now 6-1 in extra-inning games this season and improved to 34-2 when outhitting opponents. GAME 1: West Florida 7, Shorter 6 (13 innings)UWF opened the GSC Tournament with the longest game in tournament history on Thursday morning, and Emily Pettigrew's walkoff single in the 13th gave West Florida the win. Becca Taylor picked up her 14th win of the year in relief of Kalyn Chapman, with the pair totaling 4 strikeouts, just four walks and only 10 hits allowed over 13 frames. Preview UWF kept chipping away, picking up another run in the fourth on an RBI single from Steel to drive in Krantz and put the score at 4-2. VSU's Brandy Morgan hit a solo shot in the bottom of the fifth to give the Blazers a little more insurance, at 5-2. Pettigrew laced a 2-0 pitch from Kimbrell through the left side, scoring Krantz and giving West Florida the win. Emily Pettigrew and Toney went back-to-back with one-out singles in the bottom half, putting two on for the heart of the West Florida order. Sassman moved the pair over with a grounder to first base, bringing Smiley up to the plate with the game on the line. #ARGOS#Print Friendly Version
Jurgen Klopp admitted he cannot wait to lead Liverpool into a Champions League semi-final against Barcelona after watching his side crush Porto 4-1 in Portugal on Wednesday to complete a 6-1 aggregate victory in their last-eight tie.On a wet night at the Estadio do Dragao, Liverpool weathered an early storm against Porto before scoring from their first attempt just before the half-hour, Sadio Mane prodding home for a goal given after a lengthy VAR review.Already in control of this tie after a 2-0 win at Anfield in the first leg, Liverpool had effectively killed off Porto there and then, but Mohamed Salah, substitute Roberto Firmino and Virgil van Dijk added further goals after the break.Eder Militao scored a consolation for the hosts 21 minutes from time, but this was another miserable night for them after they lost 5-0 to the same opponents on this ground a year ago.Liverpool now march on to a clash with Lionel Messi’s Barca, the first meeting of the clubs since a last-16 encounter in 2006/07 that the Reds won on away goals.“I’m looking forward to it. The news that there is a proper football game between Barcelona and Liverpool is great,” said Klopp as his side move a step closer to matching their run to the final a year ago.“To be in the semi-finals for the second year running is a big statement. I am really proud of the boys for what they did.”On the night Manchester City’s quadruple bid died, the dream of a Champions League and Premier League double remains alive for Liverpool and their supporters, whose spirits were not dampened by the dreary weather by the banks of the River Douro.This was their 17th game without defeat and their eighth straight victory, although Barcelona will offer a far tougher test than Porto.The first leg of that tie is in a fortnight, and in the meantime Liverpool will revert their focus to domestic matters, with games against Cardiff City and Huddersfield Town up next.“Tonight we are in the semi-finals and we play on Sunday against Cardiff. That will be 100 percent on my mind when I wake up tomorrow and not Barcelona,” insisted Klopp.With the matches coming thick and fast, he made three changes to his team here following Sunday’s 2-0 win over Chelsea. Firmino and Naby Keita, who both scored in the first leg, dropped out along with Jordan Henderson.They were replaced by Georginio Wijnaldum, James Milner and Divock Origi, with the latter making his first Champions League start for the club. However, the Belgian only played the first half before making way for Firmino.Early onslaughtHe had hardly touched the ball during a Porto onslaught in the opening stages, sparked by a Jesus Corona shot just over the bar in the first minute.They had 13 attempts on goal in the first 25 minutes, but would regret not scoring while on top.“There was a very good football atmosphere and they used it and it was so powerful the game of Porto and so difficult to deal with,” Klopp said.“Porto needed an early goal tonight and didn’t score it. I’m completely happy. It’s only important to go through, and we went through.”Their opening goal came when Salah — his every touch jeered by the Porto support who felt he should have been sent off in the first leg — rolled the ball into the six-yard area for Mane to get his 22nd of the campaign.The offside flag came up but Dutch referee Danny Makkelie conferred with his video assistants before awarding the goal.Porto knew their chance was gone, with their fans cursing Mane again — he scored a hat-trick in Liverpool’s win here in the last 16 last season.Trent Alexander-Arnold released Salah to run through and beat Iker Casillas on 65 minutes to make it 2-0, before Porto got their consolation shortly after when Militao headed in from an Alex Telles corner.However, Mane missed the target after rounding Casillas, before Henderson set up fellow substitute Firmino to head in Liverpool’s third on 77 minutes and Van Dijk nodded in from a corner to complete the scoring.“Like at Anfield, it was a harsh result for how we played,” said Porto coach Sergio Conceicao.“If we had been more clinical, everything would have been different.”
Theodore 'Tappa' Whitmore has named Leon Bailey in his starting eleven for this evening's opening game against Honduras in Group C of the Concacaf Gold Cup.The squad reads:1. Andre Blake (GK) 2. Shaun Francis3. Kemar Lawrence4. Damion Lowe5. Alvas Powell6. Devon Williams7. Michael Hector8. Peter Lee Vassell9. Brian Brown10. Leon Bailey11. Dever OrgillThe game takes place at the National Stadium, which will be hosting the first ever matches in the tournament in the Caribbean, at 8:30 this evening. The opening game of the double header sees El Salvador up against Curacao at 6 p.m.
LONDON (AP): Less than six months after leading Tottenham to the Champions League final, Mauricio Pochettino was fired by the English club after their poor start to the Premier League season. Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy said the board was “extremely reluctant” to take the decision but was doing so “in the club’s best interests”. Pochettino leaves after five and a half years in the job, during which he transformed the London club into a title contender in the Premier League and the Champions League but never managed to win a trophy. Tottenham are currently 14th in the league, having only won three of 12 games this campaign. The team has won just six games in the Premier League since February. During that period, Pochettino guided Spurs into the Champions League final for the first time, where they lost to Liverpool. “It is not a decision the board has taken lightly, nor in haste,” Levy said. “Regrettably, domestic results at the end of last season and beginning of this season have been extremely disappointing. “It falls to the board to make the difficult decisions – this one made more so given the many memorable moments we have had with Mauricio and his coaching staff – but we do so in the club’s best interests.” Former Tottenham and England striker Gary Lineker said Pochettino had “helped the club to punch massively above their weight for years”. “Good luck with finding a better replacement,” Lineker tweeted, “ … ain’t gonna happen.” Pochettino, a former Argentina defender, took over a Tottenham team that was outside the established elite in 2014 and created one of the most dynamic and exciting young teams in recent Premier League history despite being unable to spend lots of money in the transfer market as the club prepared to move into a new stadium. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS After a fifth-place finish in his first season, Tottenham came third, second, third, and fourth in his next four full seasons in charge. The intensity and energy of the team’s pressing made Spurs stand out under Pochettino, who became one of the most sought-after managers in the world. The highlight of his tenure will be Tottenham’s run to the Champions League final, when the team scraped through the group stage before beating Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City, and Ajax to get to the final. The wins over Ajax and City were sealed in breathless games full of late drama, seen as a sign of the unity Pochettino had forged in the side. However, Pochettino suggested before the Champions League final that he would be ready to leave the club if Tottenham won in Madrid, and he has had a disgruntled air ever since. His squad has become fractured, too, with key players like Christian Eriksen and Toby Vertonghen reportedly keen to leave, and there was a sense the team was stale and in need of a shake-up. In the space of four days at the start of October, Tottenham lost 7-2 at home to Bayern Munich in the Champions League and then 3-0 at Brighton, piling the pressure on Pochettino. The previous week, the team was eliminated from the English League Cup by fourth-tier Colchester. Pochettino’s successor will have a tough act to follow, inheriting a squad potentially requiring a revamp and lacking in areas like full back and central midfield. There are a number of big-name managers available, such as Carlo Ancelotti, José Mourinho, and Massimiliano Allegri.
All the key information for tomorrow's Sky Bet League One game at Ashton Gate can be found below.ROCHDALE After a decent start to the season which saw them sitting in the play-off places, Rochdale have gone off the boil in recent months winning just three in their last ten. The Dale haven’t been bad on the road this season, winning seven out of their 15 away league matches, but haven’t secured victory in their last three away games – the latest a 2-1 defeat to Peterborough United.MANAGER Keith Hill - Now in his second spell at Spotland, Hill ended the club’s 41-year wait for a promotion in 2010 and finished ninth in League One the following season before departing for Barnsley. He returned to the club last year, masterminding another promotion in his first full campaign.STAR MAN Ian Henderson - Lively forward who can also play in midfield. A key member of Rochdale’s promotion-winning team last season who chipped in with 11 goals, including a spectacular lob as Dale sent Leeds United crashing out of the FA Cup. The 30-year-old is the Dale’s top scorer with 13 league goals.OFFICIALS James Adcock will be the man in the middle, assisted by Andy Hendley and Timothy Wood. The fourth official will be Andrew Turner.TICKETS Tomorrow’s match will be pay on the day.LAST TIME OUT Rochdale 1-1 Bristol City – Luke Freeman scored his first City goal with a 25 yard left-footed strike before Ian Henderson levelled for the hosts from close range. The Dale almost won it in the final stages but a superb save from Frank Fielding kept things all square.LAST SEASON League Two: 3rd (automatic promotion) FA Cup: Fourth round (lost to Sheffield Wednesday) Capital One Cup: First round (lost to Doncaster Rovers) Johnstone’s Paint Trophy: Northern area quarter-finals (lost to Chesterfield)DID YOU KNOW? In 1962, Rochdale became the first of only two teams (Bradford City, 2013) from the lowest tier to reach the League Cup final. They were defeated by Norwich City 4-0 on aggregate over two legs.
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The Airline Lady Vikings and Haughton Lady Bucs won District 1, Division I volleyball openers Tuesday night.Airline won a five-set thriller over the Byrd Lady Jackets, last year’s district runner-up, at Byrd. Haughton defeated BTW in straight sets at BTW.At Byrd, the Lady Jackets won the first set 25-23, but the Lady Vikings cruised to the second-set victory, 25-11. Byrd dominated the third set, 25-12. The fourth was close with Airline pulling out a 25-22 victory. The Lady Vikings then captured the fifth 15-13.Airline’s Lauren Pilcher had five aces, seven kills, seven blocks and seven digs. Kaylea Noble had two aces, six kills, two blocks and nine digs. Haylea Patterson had five aces, four kills and nine digs. Airline improved to 4-4 overall. Byrd swept the Lady Vikings last year. The Lady Jackets’ only district losses were to champion Ruston.At BTW, Haughton dominated the Lady Lions, winning 25-14, 25-11 and 25-8. The Lady Bucs improved to 4-0 overall.In non-district action Monday, Haughton defeated Loyola College Prep in four sets, 25-23, 22-25, 25-10. According to MaxPreps, Savannah O’Neal was named the Player of the Match.Airline continues District 1 play Thursday at BTW. Haughton hosts Caddo Magnet. — Russell Hedges, firstname.lastname@example.org Top Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it's price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn't Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn't Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
IndyCar’s Graham Rahal and Funny Car driver Courtney Force became one of the speediest couples in the world after tying the knot in a beachfront ceremony in Santa Barbara. The wedding comes just days after Force finished 11th in the 2015 NHRA Mello Yello Series.Graham Rahal and Courtney Force at Rick’s Cafe Boatyard, March 5, 2014. They are racing’s new power couple.Yesterday was the greatest day of my life. I married my best friend and the lady of my dreams. I couldn’t be more excited for what our life has in store, and together I truly feel we can accomplish anything. I love you @courtneyforce, now Mrs. Rahal, and I can’t wait to spend my life with you! #ForceRahal2015[tweet https://twitter.com/courtneyforce/status/668534517250981888%5DCongratulations poured in from stars in the racing world — including some who happen to be relatives.[tweet https://twitter.com/BobRahal/status/668533614855004161%5D%5Btweet https://twitter.com/RyanPhinny/status/668336601156575232%5DBut at least one invitation seems to have been lost in the mail. Awkward.[tweet https://twitter.com/ConorDaly22/status/667891533341990913%5DCongrats to the new couple.The bride & groom being absolutely adorable for the photo booth! #poprockbooth #poprock #photobooth #bride #groom #brideandgroom #wedding #love #kiss #reception #dospueblosranch #santabarbarawedding #santabarbara #forcerahal2015
Auto (360p) 360p About Connatix V56892 1080p HD Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 720p HD 1/1 About Connatix V56892 The Minnesota Wild lost 2-1 in an overtime shootout Saturday night to the Dallas Stars. Jamie Benn scored the game-winning goal in the shootout for Dallas. Kyle Brodziak scored the lone goal for Minnesota in regulation. Niklas Backstrom had 25 saves. The Wild outshot Dallas 34-26.Minnesota is 25-19-8 and with 58 points is in 8th place in the Western Conference. The Wild play at Columbs Tuesday night at 6:00, pregame on AM 1390-the Fan at 5:35.