St. Nick’s Trojans Win Victorious Against St. Mary’s Knights

first_imgThe St. Nicholas Trojans 5 & 6 grade boys basketball teams traveled to Greensburg this evening to play the St. Mary’s Knights.  The 5th grade Trojans defeated the Knights 26-23.  The 6th grade Trojans also defeated the Knights 35-15.Courtesy of Trojans Coach Dave Hoff.last_img

Indian Premier League IPL 2018 Highlights, KKR vs MI: Mumbai win by 102 runs, keep play-off dreams alive

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. KKR (Playing XI): Chris Lynn, Sunil Narine, Robin Uthappa, Nitish Rana, Dinesh Karthik(w/c), Rinku Singh, Andre Russell, Piyush Chawla, Tom Curran, Prasidh Krishna, Kuldeep Yadav # Kolkata Knight Riders have won the toss and opted to bowl first Mumbai Indians (Playing XI): Suryakumar Yadav, Evin Lewis, Rohit Sharma(c), Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Jean-Paul Duminy, Ishan Kishan(w), Ben Cutting, Mitchell McClenaghan, Mayank Markande, Jasprit Bumrah New Delhi: Kolkata Knight Riders host Mumbai Indians at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata in the Indian Premier League 2018. Both the teams are fighting for the 4th spot to qualify for the playoffs and a win on Thursday will set the ball rolling for the winning team.Interesting Fact: MI have enjoyed an incredible run against KKR, winning 17, while the hosts have managed just five wins. IPL LIVE CRICKET SCORE: KKR vs MIHere are the Highlights KKR vs MI IPL Match:# Mumbai Indians win by 102 runs! Big big victory!# 18.1 Overs: OUT! All out! Kuldeep Yadav lbw b Krunal Pandya 5(15) KKR 108-all out# 13.5 Overs: OUT! One more goes..Chawla c Suryakumar Yadav b Cutting 11(13) KKR 93/8# 10.2 Overs: OUT! Shambles! Absolute Shambles..Rinku Singh c Ishan Kishan b Bumrah 5(3) KKR 76/7# 9.2 Overs: OUT! Oh boy..KKR dug out looks devastated. Nitish Rana c Cutting b Hardik Pandya 21(19)  KKR 67/6# 9.1 Overs: OUT! Now its just matter of time. Karthik run out (Duminy/Hardik Pandya) 5(3)  KKR 67/5# 8.6 Overs: FOUR! DK smacked it! KKR 67/4# 7.6 Overs: OUT! This is disastrous..A Russell c Markande b Hardik Pandya 2(4) KKR 54/4# 6.4 Overs: OUT! Straight to the fielder. Uthappa c Suryakumar Yadav b Markande 14(13) KKR 49/3# 5.3 Overs: FOUR! Second of the over by Rana. KKR 47/2# 3.6 Overs: OUT! Big big wicket! A total mess in the middle and Lynn departs. Chris Lynn run out (Suryakumar Yadav/Krunal Pandya) 21(15)  KKR 32/2# 0.5 Overs: FOUR! Lynn times it this time! Pulls it away. KKR 12/1# 0.4 Overs: FOUR! Huge slog and gets the outside edge for a boundary. KKR 8/1# 0.2 Over: OUT! Oh thats a huge blow for KKR. Narine c Krunal Pandya b McClenaghan 4(2) KKR 4/2# 0.1 Over: FOUR! Narine start off in style. KKR 4/0# Kolkata Knight Riders need to chase a massive target of 211.# 19.6 Overs: SIX! A big one by Krunal to end the innings. MI 210/5# 19.3 Overs: FOUR! A boundary after back to back sixes. MI 204/5# 18.3 Overs: SIX! Big man with a big hit. MI 184/5# 18.2 Overs: OUT! Maiden wicket for Prasidh Krishna. Rohit c Uthappa b Prasidh 36(31) MI 178/5# 17.6 Overs: OUT! Pandya went for the big one again but skied it. Hardik Pandya c Rinku Singh b Tom Curran 19(13) MI 177/4# 17.5 Overs: SIX! One hand effort by Pandya 177/3# 17.1 Overs: SIX! Smoked away by Hardik Pandya. MI 168/3# 14.4 Overs: OUT! Narine gets the danger man! What an innings this was..Ishan Kishan c Uthappa b Narine 62(21) MI 144/3# 14.3 Overs: SIX! Kishan is on fire!! MI 144/2# 13.6 Overs: SIX! FOUR CONSECUTIVE SIXES by Ishan Kishan. Phew! MI 137/2# 12.6 Overs: FOUR! Not great bowling by the young Krishna. MI 112/2# 12.4 Overs: FOUR! Back to back boundaries for Rohit. MI 107/2# After 11 Overs, Mumbai Indians are 86/2# 8.6 Overs: OUT! Big big wicket for KKR. Suryakumar Yadav c Rinku Singh b Chawla 36(32) MI 62/2# 7.4 Overs: FOUR! All about sweeps and flicks when Yadav is playing. MI 59/1# 5.4 Overs: OUT! Thats a bizzare way to get out! Lewis c Chris Lynn b Chawla 18(13) MI 47/1# 5.2 Overs: FOUR! Smoked away by Yadav through the mid off region. MI 45/0# 5.1 Overs: FOUR! Swept away by Yadav. MI 41/0# 4.4 Overs: FOUR! Hammered away by Lewis, give him in his arch and he will do that all day. MI 35/0# 3.6 Overs: FOUR! Slapped away Lewis and the quick outfield does the rest. MI 30/0# 2.4 Overs: FOUR! Suryakumar is enjoying brilliant form. MI 22/0# 2.2 Overs: FOUR! Cracking shot! # 0.4 Overs: FOUR! Suryakumar start it! Fantastic shot. MI 4/0# Suryakumar Yadav and Evin Lewis are there to open. Russell with the new ball! TEAMS: last_img read more

Syracuse faces Notre Dame on Saturday for chance to advance to Big East tournament semifinals

first_imgIan McIntyre said his players are bouncing off the walls with excitement.Louis Clark, Ted Cribley and the rest of the Orange have been itching for an opportunity to play in the postseason.They’ll finally get that chance when Syracuse (12-5, 5-3) plays Notre Dame (13-3-1, 5-2-1) at 7 p.m. Saturday at SU Soccer Stadium in the quarterfinals of the Big East tournament. The game is the first postseason home game in Syracuse men’s soccer history and marks the first conference tournament game for the Orange since 2005. A win would send SU to Red Bull Arena for the semifinals and essentially ensure a spot in the NCAA tournament.“Big picture: We’re very excited to still be playing,” McIntyre said. “The guys deserve this opportunity based on the work they’ve put in over the last three months. It’s a big night for the program to have an opportunity to host a postseason game.”The past three months of training and fighting for position in the Big East have come to fruition. Now the Orange can control its own destiny with a win against Notre Dame.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBeating the Fighting Irish is always a challenging task for SU, though. Syracuse is 2-9-2 all time against UND, including a penalty shootout loss in the conference tournament in 2005.Notre Dame has the No. 1 RPI in the nation and is ranked No. 7 in the NSCAA poll, and is perennially one of the strongest programs in the nation.The Irish lead the Big East with 40 goals and possess a high-octane offense.One key component of that explosive offensive attack is Ryan Finley, who leads the conference with 17 goals, 37 points and 76 shots.Despite the impressive stats on paper, Cribley is confident his defense can keep Finley and the rest of the Irish in check. Syracuse has posted the third most shutouts in the country with 11 and has only allowed 10 goals on the season.“The stats are obviously impressive,” Cribley said. “We’ve got the players to deal with him. Clearly he’s a top player, so we have to be wary of him, but we’ve got some good players on our team.”Clark recognizes Notre Dame is a powerhouse program and will provide a challenge for Syracuse, yet the senior forward isn’t fazed.Clark knew his team would be playing Connecticut, Georgetown, Marquette or Notre Dame. He said all four of those teams are in the same echelon and any of the four can beat anyone else on a given night.Clark considers Syracuse right beside those teams and feels SU has a legitimate shot to knock off Notre Dame.“Everyone in our locker room sees ourselves in that group,” Clark said. “We see ourselves as good as them. It’s just a game of football.”For Clark, Saturday can’t come soon enough.“I just can’t wait,” he said. “We want to get this place rocking. It’s going to be brilliant. We know what to do to beat Notre Dame. We know it’s going be a tough game, but we’re just going to go out there and give it everything we’ve got.”McIntyre said his team earned a chance to play in such a monumental, season-defining game.While he said his approach is no different than any other Big East game, there is a sense of excitement around the locker room, as all the players and coaches are ready to rumble and attempt to knock off the Irish.“These are the games that players want to play and coaches want to coach,” McIntyre said. “As we look to grow and evolve as a program, these are the special nights that we’re looking to have.”Cribley said Saturday night is easily the biggest game he’s played in at Syracuse, and has a chance to be one of the most pivotal and exhilarating games of his career.Though Cribley said his team could still hang its head high with a loss against UND, he and his teammates have bigger aspirations.“It’s been a whirlwind season,” Cribley said. “It hasn’t been easy. We’re not finished yet. We’re hungry.” Comments Published on November 1, 2012 at 12:05 am Contact Trevor: tbhass@syr.edu | @TrevorHass Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more