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Tags: bowlingSolvayWest Genesee The Solvay girls had its own 7-0 victory over APW, with Abigail Lee at the forefront as she got a 176 game in the middle of her 430 series. Kiyyasia Elien earned a 402 series and Michalena Raymond had a three-game total of 353.In a key battle on Friday, Solvay met Bishop Grimes, and it proved the closest match of the season so far, but the Bearcats held off the Cobras 4-3 to improve to 9-1.This happened despite Grimes having a pinfall of 2,483 to Solvay’s 2,364. Matysuk had a 525 series closed by a 194, with Bigelow (477 series) just ahead of Tarbell (473 series) as Owen Britton contributed a 452 series. Another 7-0 victory for the Solvay girls put its overall record at 8-2, this time with Anastasia LaFlair in front thanks to a 468 series that included an opening game of 175.Caitlin McCann earned a 443 series and high game of 162. Rylie Dwyer, with a 442 series, was one pin behind McCann, while Lee had a three-game total of 409.West Genesee faced Baldwinsville on Friday, and the Wildcats lost both ends of that match at B’ville Sports Bowl.The 3-0 defeat by the boys Wildcats had Richard Wituszynski shoot a pair of 200 games in his 585 series. Bobby Bidwell closed with 214 and 205 in his 559 set.Connor Mathewson (534 series) and Deano Procopio (501 series) were close behind as B’ville’s Tanner Rozyczko shot a 675 series, with Dylan Love shooting a 266 game and Eric Hildreth a 254 game.The girls match had WG falling 3-0 even though Lorelai Leskoske was quite impressive with a 197 game closing out a 545 series.Rebecca Wituszynski, with a 441 series, beat out the 418 set from Cassie Felicia as B’ville’s Amelia Ponto improved from a 187 to a 209 to a 233 during her 629 set.Solvay’s girls also got a 7-0 victory over APW to move to 6-2 on the season, with Abigail Lee leading the way thanks to her 430 series. Kiyyasia Elien earned a 403 series, while Michalena Raymond had a three-game total of 353.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story It continues to be a breakthrough season for the Solvay boys bowling team as it had only dropped a single match this season, to Homer on Dec. 15.The Bearcats’ run continued last Tuesday at Strike-N-Spare Lanes with a 7-0 romp over Altmar-Parish-Williamstown, led by Russ Tarbell, who closed with a 194 as part of a 555 series.Just behind Tarbell, Ethan Bigelow started with games of 189 and 214 during his 551 set as Ed Matysuk earned a 470 series and Alex Gallardo had a three-game total of 444.
Suman Ray Written By 9 months ago PMCO Fall Split 2019 prelims countdown begins, all eyes on Team India, keep the cheer on 9 months ago Sanju Samson dropped from India squad; Rajasthan Royals take cheeky dig at BCCI LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US India’s Rifle and Pistol Shooting squad finished their engagements at the ISSF World Cup Final Rifle/Pistol on a high, with their athletes being part of both the teams that won both the President’s Trophies for the 10m Air Pistol and Air Rifle Mixed Team competitions.READ: Vijender takes on Charles in Pro Boxing “fight night”Young Manu Bhaker shines once againOn the concluding day on Friday in Putian, China, Manu Bhaker first paired with world number one Russian Artem Chernousov to get the better of the pair of India’s Saurabh Chaudhary and Olympic champion Anna Korakaki 17-13 in the final. It was then the turn of Divyansh Singh Panwar to team up with Croatian legend Snjezana Pejcic, to win the trophy in the 10m Air Rifle Mixed team competition. Divyansh and Snjezana prevailed 16-14 over India’s Apurvi Chandela and D. Zhang. It got even better, when Shahzar Rizvi also won bronze in the 10m Air Pistol Mixed team competition. Both Manu and Divyansh had earlier won their individual 10m Air competitions as well to ensure that India topped the medals tally in Putian with a total of three gold medals.READ: Why did Andrew Luck retire? The real reason behind the quarterback’s NFL exit revealedREAD: DeAndre Hopkins continues lovely game tradition with blind mother, shares survival storyAn outstanding year for the Indian shootersThat mirrored India’s dominance throughout the year in ISSF Rifle and Pistol World Cup stages, wherein a first, India topped all four of them. The outstanding year for Indian shooting also ensured that three Indian shooters namely Saurabh Chaudhary in the Men’s 10m Air Pistol, Elavenil Valarivan in the Women’s 10m Air Rifle and Divyansh Singh Panwar in the Men’s 10m Air Rifle, finished on top of the 2019 ISSF rankings. The Mixed Team events were a new format with competitors from different countries and as such the medals were not counted in the final tally.READ: DeAndre Hopkins continues lovely game tradition with blind mother, shares survival storyREAD: UFC: Logan Paul is interested to fight in UFC; wants to face Conor McGregorREAD: DeAndre Hopkins continues lovely game tradition with blind mother, shares survival story First Published: 22nd November, 2019 20:02 IST COMMENT FOLLOW US 9 months ago Tahlia McGrath to lead Australia ‘A’ women’s team against India ‘A’ Last Updated: 22nd November, 2019 20:02 IST India Clinch ISSF President’s Trophies To Finish World Cup Final On A High India’s Rifle and Pistol Shooting squad finished their engagements at the ISSF World Cup Final Rifle/Pistol on a high after clinching ISSF President’s Trophies. WE RECOMMEND 9 months ago Shooting: A historic 3 gold in a day for India in World Cup final 9 months ago India Vs Bangladesh LIVE Updates: India win historical Test by an innings and 46 runs
Africa has started the journey to the kickoff of the 2017 Afcon qualifers with games around the continent.Friday saw the start of 26 games, with Tunisia destroying Djibouti 8-1 at home in Radès. The Group A opener means the Carthage Eagles have a great start ahead of their second game with Liberia in September while Djibouti play Togo. The most stunning result so far was recorded in Morocco, where Guinea play their home games due to the continuing fears of Ebola contagion back home.Angola lapped up the celebrations as they smashed Central African Republic 4-0 in Group B while Cape Verde in Group F got their groove on with a 7-1 demolition of Sao Tome and Principe.In the same group, it was truly a feast of goals for some, but Morocco could just manage a 1-0 win against Libya.Shocker in Morocco Swaziland stunned Guinea 2-1 in Casablanca with captain Tony Tsabedze getting both goals for a side ranked 117 places below opponents who reached the 2015 quarter-finals in Equatorial Guinea.The loss was a second straight one for new coach Luis Fernandez, who replaced French compatriot Michel Dussuyer as coach. It was a completely unexpected result in a match moved from Conakry to the Stade Mohammed V in the Moroccan commercial capital because of Ebola epidemic fears.Swaziland had never won an away Cup of Nations qualifier in 20 previous attempts stretching back to the 1986 eliminators.But they got precious recent practice in the Cosafa Cup southern Africa championship, defeating Tanzania and Lesotho and drawing with Madagascar. Bafana clutchAt the Moses Mabhida Stadium, it was a goalles draw as Gambia parked the bus against South Africa (snapshot pictured above). Gambia were gutsy, but for the hosts, it was a case of missed chances. Cranes soarUganda defeated Botswana 2-0 in their opening match of Group D at the Mandela National Stadium in Kampala on Saturday. A goal each in the second half from Geoffrey Massa and Brian Umony were enough to give Uganda the victory after having dominated the entire match. Uganda came into this match as favourites following their decent home record, having won seven out of seven fixtures. Zimbabwe late winnerSaturday saw Khama Billiat’s stunning 82nd minute goal getting Zimbabwe a 2-1 win over their hosts, Malawi, in their Group L matchup in Blantyre.The win put Zimbabwe second in the group on three points whereas Swaziland are top after the north African heroics. Despite going into the game amid financial problems and enduring a bus break-down on Friday afternoon while travelling to Blantyre, it was the cash-strapped Warriors who lived up to their name.Eagles begin wellThe Super Eagles, three-time African champions, started their quest to return to the tournament with a 2-0 win over Chad in Kaduna on Saturday. Nigeria coach, Stephen Keshi handed debuts to Anderson Esiti and Kingsley Madu while usual suspects, Vincent Enyeama, Ogenyi Onazi, Ahmed Musa and Kenneth Omeruo all got starting berths.But the two goals came in the second half within a minute of each other, with strikes from Gbolohan Salami and Odion Ighalo (penalty). Group G still has Egypt and Tanzania still to play.Fennecs return?El Arbi Soudani scored a goal in each half to help Algeria to a 4-0 win over the Seychelles at Blida’s Stade Mustapha Tchaker on Saturday evening. Eager to get their 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifying campaign off to a positive start following their disappointing exit from this year’s showpiece, head coach Christian Gourcuff named his strongest available line-up.Lions cruiseSadio Mané found the net as Senegal beat Burundi 3-1 at the Stade Léopold Sédar Senghor in Dakar as the Lions of Teranga kicked off their campaign for a place at the Gabon finals.Moussa Konaté gave Senegal the lead with a penalty on the quarter-hour mark, but Fiston Abdul Razak levelled matters on 59 minutes. Stoke striker Mame Biram Diouf restored Senegal’s lead four minutes later, with Mané wrapping up the win in the first minute of injury time. Zambia miss great chanceZambia goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene (above pictured) saw his stoppage-time penalty saved as Zambia drew goalless at home with Guinea Bissau.The Group E result left the two sides tied on one point apiece with the other two sides in the group, Congo and Kenya, playing each other on Sunday.Zambia coach George Lwandamina described the start to the campaign as sad.”It is a sad beginning because we wanted to win this match. Our boys did all they could but we could not get a goal to wrap up the game because our opponents decided to defend in numbers. In short, they parked the bus. But there are lessons to be learnt and we shall make changes where necessary in our next match,” Lwandamina said.–Afcon 2017 qualifying resultsFriday, June 12Tunisia 8-1 DjiboutiMorocco 1-0 LibyaGuinea 1-2 Swaziland Saturday, June 13Angola 4-0 Central African RepublicMali 2-0 South SudanUganda 2-0 BotswanaBurkina Faso 2-0 ComorosZambia 0-0 Guinea-BissauCape Verde 7-1 Sao Tome and PrincipeNigeria 2-0 ChadAlgeria 4-0 SeychellesSenegal 3-1 BurundiMalawi 1-2 ZimbabweSouth Africa 0-0 GambiaSunday. June 14Ghana v MauritiusMozambique v RwandaCameroon v MauritaniaDR Congo v MadagascarTogo v LiberiaCongo v KenyaEquatorial Guinea v BeninEthiopia v LesothoNiger v NamibiaGabon v Ivory CoastEgypt v TanzaniaSudan v Sierra Leone – Follow Gary on Twitter: @garyalsmith