Thursday Wrap: Egan pitches Eastridge into finals; Gananda reaches championship for second straight season

first_img By Carson Werner on May 30, 2019No Comment Thursday Wrap: Egan pitches Eastridge into finals; Gananda reaches championship for second straight season added by Carson Werner on May 30, 2019View all posts by Carson Werner →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&Healthyby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ Splinters”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ Splinters Subscribe by Email Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Connect on Linked in Share on Facebook Thursday Wrap: Egan pitches Eastridge into finals; Gananda reaches championship for second straight season center_img Print This Post Add to Google+ Follow on Facebook Photo: SUE KANEClass AANo. 6 RUSH-HENRIETTA 0No. 2 PENFIELD 2With proficient pitching from both sides, Penfield was able to take advantage of a Rush-Henrietta error in the fifth inning and score the game’s only two runs to advance to the Class AA Finals. Senior pitcher Sonny Burch struck out seven and walked one during his complete-game shutout of the number six seed. Rush-Henrietta’s pitcher, Patrick Sherron, was just as impenetrable, giving up five hits and striking out two. The two Penfield runs came unearned due to a mishandle from the opposing first baseman. Bobby Bradley and Gage Ziehl were the two to drive in runs off a single to center and a sacrifice fly, respectively. Ryan Novy, Daniel Stapleton and Nathan Sobko each went one for three while Bradley was the only player to have a multi-hit game, going two for three. Daniel Tirabassi and Anthony Lang split the only two hits for Rush-Henrietta. Penfield will play McQuaid on Friday, June 1, for the Class AA Championship.No. 4 HILTON 2No. 1 McQUAID 5Top-seeded McQuaid relied on Ryan O’Mara on the mound and at the plate to beat four-seed Hilton to advance to Saturday’s Section V Class AA final against Penfield. O’Mara rode a slider-heavy repertoire to efficient innings and groundball outs. At the plate, he delivered two run-scoring hits. The senior made sure his team, a senior-heavy bunch, would get another crack at Frontier Field on Saturday. READ MOREClass A1No. 4 PITTSFORD MENDON 3No. 1 GREECE ATHENA 4Casey Saucke’s quick hands took his bat barrel down and out of the strike zone to hammer the first pitch he saw from Colin Smith — a good pitcher’s pitch, Smith said — on a line over the fence in left field. READ MORENo. 3 CANANDAIGUA 4No. 2 IRONDEQUOIT 0Seth Vigneri’s third inning grand slam provided all the offense needed as Canandaigua advanced to the finals. READ MORE.Class A2No. 4 EASTRIDGE 9No. 1 HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 1Kyle Egan struck out eight and allowed one unearned run on four hits and one walk over seven innings as Eastridge advanced to its first sectional final since 1990. After surrendering back-to-back singles to lead off the third inning, Egan retired 11 of the next 12 batters he faced. The junior threw first-pitch strikes to 19 of 29 hitters. Trailing 1-0 in the fifth, the Lancers answered with two runs to take the lead. Caleb Delly walked to start the stanza. Egan bunted for a hit, and Austin Simone worked another walk to load the bases. Keenan Calenzo brought home the first run with a sacrifice fly, and Jayden Fayad doubled in the go-ahead run. Eastridge tacked on six more runs in the sixth. Egan, Dylan Hanley and Jacob Russo all got on base with singles in the sixth. Egan finished 2-for-3 with an RBI. Simone had two hits, two RBI and two walks while Delly had a hit and also drove in two runs. Eastridge plays Pittsford Sutherland on Friday, June 1, for the Class A2 Championship.No. 3 PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 10No. 2 EAST 0Ethan Hurwitz slid into home plate on Robert Nolan’s grounder to second base for a 2-0 edge. John Messina and Provenzale tripled on back-to-back pitches as the Knights expanded their advantage to 6-0. READ MOREClass B1No. 4 BATAVIANo. 1 LIVONIAGAME POSTPONED: RESCHEDULED FRIDAY 5/31No. 7 GREECE ODYSSEY 0No. 6 GENEVA 5Class B2No. 4 WELLSVILLENo. 1 WATERLOORAIN DELAY: GAME FRIDAY 5/31No. 6 ATTICANo. 3 DANSVILLERAIN DELAY: GAME FRIDAY 5/31Class C1No. 9 WARSAW 5No. 4 WILLIAMSON 2No. 3 CUBA-RUSHFORD 2No. 2 GANANDA 9Starting the game with just one run in the first four innings, Gananda’s bats woke up in the latter innings to propel the Blue Panthers over the Cuba-Rushford Rebels. Trailing by one in the bottom of the fifth, Gananda capitalized on the removal of Cuba’s ace, Daniel Emerson, after giving up two walks and a sacrifice bunt to start the inning. Nate Pinney took the mound in relief of Emerson and saw the first six batters he faced reach base. Zach Ciprich, Jaylen Castrechini, Tim McCLare and Luke Ciprich all registered a hit in the five-run inning. Gananda added three more in the sixth using a two-run triple from McClare and a sacrifice fly from Patrick Walsh. Senior pitcher Zach Ciprich went the distance for the Blue Panthers, giving up one earned run on five hits, five walks and eight strikeouts. Pinney, Ben Frank, Kaden Moyer, Andrew Clement and Curtis Shaffer all had a hit in the game for the Rebels. Gananda will take on No. 9 Warsaw for the Class C1 Championship on Saturday, June 1st.Class C2No. 12 CAL-MUM 4No. 1 LYNDONVILLE 9Using a six-run first inning, the Lyndonville Tigers took an early lead over Cal-Mum which would eventually be enough to propel them into the Class C2 Finals. In the first, Lyndonville was casually given an effortless advantage. Three walks, three errors, and a fielder’s choice in the inning gave the Tigers an easy three runs. Eventually, bat and ball connected when Devin Rounds doubled and Matt Hess singled in the inning, both driving in a run. Cal-Mum produced all its runs in the sixth, but wouldn’t be enough to overcome the deficit. Lyndonville will play Bolivar-Richburg on Saturday, June 1.No. 7 BOLIVAR-RICHBURG 13No. 3 GENESEO 2The Class C2 semifinal matchup featured a hit parade from both sides, yet concluded with a lopsided score. Bolivar-Richburg took a four-run lead in the first inning and would be all it needed to earn its spot in the finals. With two outs to start the first, Hudson Evingham singled, Logan Bess was hit by a pitch and Micah Crump was walked to load the bases. All four baserunners would cross the plate after an error by the third baseman and a double from Landon Danaher in consecutive plate appearances. Geneseo was able to answer with a run in the bottom half of the first after a Liam Miskell single. Crump struck out nine Blue Devil’s and spread out their nine nine hits over seven innings of work to hold them to two runs. Junior Camden Graves had three runs batted in off of one hit and three walks. Danaher finished with two hits and three runs batted in as well. Jake Hamilton and Miskell were responsible for driving in Geneseo’s two runs and combined for five hits. Bolivar-Richburg will face Lyndonville on Saturday, June 1st, for the Class C2 Championship.Class D1No. 5 BRADFORD/HAMMONDSPORT 1No. 1 HONEOYE 6No. 3 ARKPORT/CANASERAGA 5No. 2 C.G. FINNEY 0Class D2No. 5 SCIO 3No. 1 AVOCA 8Jake D’Arcy got the game started when he put a ball in play and reached first on an error. Cam Loucks joined him on the base paths with a single, and then Cory Bolzan crushed a two-RBI double into the outfield and scored a few batters later on an error as Scio took the 3-0 lead. READ MORE.No. 7 ELBA 1No. 3 BELFAST 3In the low-scoring affair for the Class D2 semifinals, it wasn’t Belfast that won the game, it was Elba that lost it. Both teams opened up their offensive half of the first with a run each. Elba’s run came from Caleb Scouten’s single and Belfast’s pitcher, Kevin McCumiskey, struck out the side to prevent anymore early damage. Belfast answered using an Elba error on the first pitch and a single from McCumiskey to drive in the runner. The tie was broken in the third after Adam Enders reached on a walk and scored off two errors in the following play. Belfast would add one more run in the sixth off a wild pitch from Elba’s pitcher, Evan Hare. McCumiskey finished with 13 strikeouts, one earned run and one walk. Enders went hitless in the game, yet accounted for two of Belfast’s three runs. Belfast will battle Avoca on Friday, June 1st, for the Class D2 Championship.  Carson Werner This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.last_img read more

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V. Alexander CIS moves OOG condensers

first_imgIn cooperation with the V. Alexander headquarters in Germany, seven condensers were shipped from Tavaux in eastern France to Novgorod, Russia, said Nikita Spesivtsev, project manager at V. Alexander-CIS.www.valexander-cis.ruwww.projectcargonetwork.comlast_img

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Kaelus Adds 40W Power Option to its Existing Portable PIM Analyzer

first_imgKaelus, a supplier of high-quality, PIM test and measurement instruments and RF conditioning solutions, who was recently acquired by Microdata Telecom, has released a 40 W high power upgrade option for its existing 20W iPA-0707A battery portable passive intermodulation (PIM) analyzer.By upgrading the existing 20W iPA-0707A to the 40W iPA-0707D, it is possible to identify external PIM using 40W where a typical 20W carrier power level is not sufficient to test external PIM. The upgrade includes a brand new battery, a new 40W amplifier, and a full service and calibration. At a fraction of the cost, this upgrade provides the ability to perform all the measurements of the 20W iPA, plus the ability to test for external PIM with the new 40W capability.Product Features:40W (+46 dBm) max power output per carrier, able to be reduced to +3 dBm in steps of 1 dBFitted with a high-efficiency 40W amplifier that has minimal impact on battery run timeSame size, weight, and interface of the Kaelus 20W iPACompatible with the Kaelus RTF ModuleCompatible with the Kaelus ACE calibration extenderRugged and portable constructionClick here for more information on the 40W upgrade option.last_img read more

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Russell Westbrook injury update: Thunder star out Wednesday vs. Cavs, report says

first_imgRussell Westbrook has suffered another setback.The Thunder star will not play Wednesday against the Cavaliers after injuring his ankle in Monday’s win over the Pelicans, ESPN reported. Russell Westbrook injury update: Thunder star leaves game with left ankle sprain Related News According to the report, X-rays came back negative and further evaluation “confirmed an ankle sprain and nothing more.”Westbrook left Monday’s game in the third quarter with the injury after landing awkwardly on Anthony Davis’ foot. He limped off the court and was unable to put any weight on his left leg. Westbrook will still travel to Cleveland with the Thunder, as the team wants to see how he responds to treatment before determining a timeline for his return.The seven-time All-Star and 2017 MVP is averaging 24.1 points, 8.9 assists and 8.3 rebounds through seven games this season after sitting out the team’s first two matchups.The Cavs (1-9) are slated to host the Thunder (5-4) at 7 p.m. ET.last_img read more

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Club to get new home under land plan

first_imgBy BEN CAMERON EMERALD Netball Club will have a new $3.2 million home at Pepi’s Land after Cardinia Shire Council…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

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Success for Galway owned horse in Fairyhouse

first_imgThere was great Celebrations at Fairyhouse yesterday evening as the Monivea Co. Galway Based Lostwelton Syndicate saw there Seven Year Old Mare Youcantcallherthat record her fifth success on the track to add to her one point to point success in the Grade 3 John & Chick Fowler Memorial Mares Novice Chase as she gamely outpointed the Willie Mullins trained 5/4 favourite Asthuria by six lengths at odds of 12/1 . The daughter of Brian Boru trained in Cloughjordan Co. Tipperary by Denis Hogan who also rose the mare who was conceding upwards of 4 lbs to her rivals took closer order from four out and jumping superbly was on top from the final fence to record an authorative victory an complete a hat-trick in the process following victories at Thurles & Limerick to add two earlier successes at Cork and Fairyhouse.George McDonagh reports… Audio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/Report%20On%20Victory%20Of%20Youcantcallherthat.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume..print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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Another great day for Team Ireland at the Special Olympics World Games

first_imgThe 91-strong Team Ireland squadare blazing a trail at the Games in a variety of sports, withoutstanding performances in athletics, badminton, basketball, bocce,bowling, equestrian, football, golf, gymnastics, kayaking,swimming and table tennis. On the fifth day of competition, Team Ireland’s medal haul has risen to over 60 medals Team Ireland ladies’ basketball team, with athletes representing Antrim, Down, Dublin, Tyrone, and Westmeath are the latest local athletes to scoop gold in Abu Dhabi. After several days of heated competition, Team Ireland’s seven-a-side football team claimed a bronze medal. The team features athletes from Cork, Dublin, Limerick, Waterford and Wicklow. Furthering Team Ireland’s success in the pool, Aisling Beacom (38) from Wicklow swam her way to success with a gold in the 800m freestyle. Runner Alan Power (50) from Knocklyon, Dublin 16, earned a spot on the podium in the 3000m during his World Games debutAfter five days of competition at the Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi, Team Ireland athletes have made a big impression, gathering a massive haul of at least 60 medals, with two days of competition still to go. Team Ireland’s ladies’ basketballteam have become the latest victors, claiming gold in a stunning 27-15victory over Bharat.  Athletes Faye Boyd (29), Grace Hamilton (27), SaraShivas (23) and Sarah Thorne (24), all fromAntrim; Gemma O’Keefe (45) and Amy Watters (26) from Bangor, Co. Down;Emma Johnstone (22) from Finglas, Dublin 11; Siobhan McKay from Strabane(27), Co Tyrone, and Sarah Kilmartin (22) and Shauna Stewart (23), bothfrom Athlone, Co. Westmeath, were triumphantafter a strong team performance.Furthering Team Ireland’s successin the water, Aisling Beacom (38) from Wicklow swam her way to successwith a gold in the 800m freestyle, smashing her personal best by 50seconds. Also in the pool, Jack McFadden () fromDublin 15 earned the top spot on the podium with a gold in the 200mbreaststroke; Peadar Connolly (32) from Newry, Co. Down and EdelArmstrong (23), Navan Road, Dublin 7 won silver in the 100m freestyle.Alsotriumphant after several days of competition were Team Ireland footballteam, who claimed the bronze medal after winning 7-2 against Estonia.The team featured a strong contingent from Co. Cork,with David Dunlea (27) from Douglas, James Hunter (23) from Mallow,Wayne O’Callaghan (25) from Vickerstown, Thomas O’Herlihy (34) fromChurchfieldandSteven O’Leary (28) from Fermoy amongst the winners of the day.Dubliners Daniel Byrne (19), from Lucan, Patrick Furlong (19) fromBallyfermot, Dublin 10 and Omer Teko (25) from Walkinstown,Dublin 12; Limerick athletes Lee Curtin (29) from Southill and BrianO’Sullivan (28) from Rathkeale; William McGrath (38) from Kilmacthomas,Co. Waterford and Paul Condren (30) from Bray, Co. Wicklow also helpedlead the team to victory.Tenpin Bowling continued for a third and final day of competition, with a gold medal for athletes Gemma Steele (25) from Coleraine, Co. Derry~Londonderry and Aine McDermott (24) from Athenry, Co. Galway in the doubles event; whilst Amy Delaney from Derry city and Rosarie McCarthy (53) from Co. Cork, claimed silver in the same event. Also competing in doubles tenpin bowling, Mark Saddler (28) from Kilcormac, Co. Offaly and Hugh Naughton (36) from Roscommon received a fourth-place ribbon, and Michael Hardiman (29) from Tallaght, Dublin 24 and partner Padraig Reilly (37) from Hollywood, Co. Wicklow received a sixth-place ribbon. In gymnastics, Team Ireland built on their already impressive performance with two silver medals and a bronze. Laura Rumball (22) from Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin snapped up a silver medal as all-round athlete, after a winning performance in floor exercise; a fourth-place ribbon in vaulting and uneven bars and a fifth-place ribbon in balance beam. Also in gymnastics, Rachael Murray (22) from Rathfarnham Dublin 14 received bronze in the all-round athlete. Also adding two bronze medals tothe growing medal haul was runner Alan Power (50) from Knocklyon, Dublin16, who earned a spot on the podium in the 3000m and 5000m eventsduring his World Games debut. In table-tennis,Team Ireland have excelled across the board, with a gold medal forAoife McMahon (39) from Clonakilty, Co. Cork and silver medals fromNavan, Co Meath’s Francis Power and Fiodhna O’Leary (25) from Foxrock,Dublin 18. Aoife McMahon and Fiodhna O’Leary alsoreceived a fourth-place ribbon in the doubles event. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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Stephanie Barnett Chosen Southland Women’s Tennis Player of the Week

first_imgFRISCO, Texas – Nicholls sophomore Stephanie Barnett has been selected Southland Conference Women’s Tennis Player of the Week, the league office announced Tuesday. Each school’s sports information director nominates and votes for the players of the week, though is not permitted to vote for his own player. To receive honorable mention, a player must receive votes from 25 percent of the Southland sports information directors. Women’s Tennis Player of the Week – Stephanie Barnett, NichollsBarnett went undefeated at both No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles last week, combining for a 6-0 mark to help extend Nicholls’ winning streak to seven matches. After winning a pair of non-conference matches at home last Tuesday, Barnett led the Colonels to two Southland victories over McNeese State and Central Arkansas. The Melbourne, Australia, native won in straight sets, 7-6, 6-1, over Klaudia Gawlik to give the two-time player of the year her first career loss in league play. Barnett also had 8-2 doubles victories with teammate Klara Skopac at McNeese State and versus Central Arkansas as she closed out the week with a convincing 6-3, 6-0 victory over UCA’s Nataly Yoo. The sophomore has earned player of the week honors for the second straight week.center_img Honorable mention this week goes to Northwestern State senior Tatiana Larina, Southeastern Louisiana junior Renee Villarreal, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi junior Maider Martin and Lamar junior Andrea Ivanovic.last_img read more

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#Nextchat RECAP: Getting Talent Back to Work with Second-Chance Hiring

first_imgOn April 10 @shrmnextchat chatted with Cornbread Hustle founder Cheri Garcia @luminous_cheri and two Cornbread Hustle recruiters Juan Garcia @JuanGarciaHD and Jesus Monge @JesusMonge75 about Getting Talent Back to Work with Second Chance Hiring.If you missed this excellent #Nextchat filled with tips and advice for employers and second chance candidates, you can read all the tweets here or below:last_img

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Saina Nehwal suffering from pain in shoulders post good show at All England badminton meet

first_imgSaina NehwalAce India shuttler Saina Nehwal is suffering from a shoulder pain, which she developed while playing at the prestigious All England Championship in Birmingham early this month.”Having some pain in my shoulder hope to recover soon,” tweeted the Olympic bronze medallist.The news has given a scare to millions of her fans who are waiting to see her play at the India Open Super Series at the Siri Fort Sports Complex in New Delhi, starting with the qualifiers from Tuesday.However, Saina told PTI that the pain was not serious.”It is not serious but there is some pain,” said the shuttler from Hyderabad, who turned 25 last Tuesday.”While playing I just got it but it happens when you are playing at the highest level,” she added.The World No. 2 had launched the new season by clinching the Syed Modi International Grand Prix Gold in Lucknow in January and then became the first Indian woman to reach the final of the All England Open earlier this month.last_img read more

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