Marietta Square Hosting Annual July 4 Parade

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Devils move to 2-0

first_img PreviousLow pay, unruly parents driving referees awayNextSenior Profile: Billie Kinhalt, Manchester High School Around the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s DeletedSecrets RevealedThis Weird Method Can Restore Your Vision Naturally (Watch)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel HomeSportsDevils move to 2-0 By Mark Carpenter-After opening their regular season with a last-second win at Minford on Saturday night, the North Adams Green Devils made their home debut on Tuesday, Dec. 4, playing host to the Batavia Bulldogs in a non-conference affair. Unlike their opener, the outcome of Tuesday night’s contest was never really in doubt as the Green Devils grabbed an early lead and held on, placing four players in double figures on their way to a 70-56 victory.“Overall this was a pretty good performance,” said North Adams head coach Nathan Copas. “We knew they were a physical and intense team and we have to be ready for that as the season progresses. We built a nice lead and with this young group early in the season I’m pretty happy with how we handled things tonight.”The Devils actually fell behind in the early going as a pair of three-point goals by Batavia’s Corbin Richardson gave the Bulldogs an 8-4 advantage, but the home team quickly erased that deficit with an 11-0 run over a two-minute span, a run that began with a Jayden Hesler trey and ended with the freshman point guard getting back-to-back buckets to give his team a 15-8 lead.The Bulldogs answered with a pair of baskets to slice the North Adams lead to three but scores by Austin McCormick and Cody Rothwell in the final minute of the first period gave the Devils a 19-14 advantage after eight minutes of play.That lead took a big jump as the second quarter began with a 7-0 North Adams run, a three from the top of the key by Elijah Young, followed by buckets by Rothwell and Cade Meade that pushed the lead to double digits at 26-14. A perfect tip-in off a missed free throw by Seth Meade kept the lead steady at 30-16 and a later three ball from Cameron Young moved the margin to 33-18. The Bulldog battled to cut the gap back to single digits but another Young trey sent the home side to the intermission up 37-26.On the first possession of the second half, Rothwell scored after grabbing an offensive board, but the Dogs responded with five straight to again pull within nine at 39-30, but as they would all night, the Devils had their own answer, a three from the wing by Cade Meade followed by an Elijah Young jumper pushed the lead back to 14 and it stayed in double figures for the remainder of the contest. A 6-0 run that included baskets by Cameron Young, Dalton Gardner, and a nice runner in the lane by Elijah Young made it 50-32 and the third period closed with the North Adams lead still at 50-37.The final eight minutes for the Green Devils was just a matter of holding off the Bulldogs and they did just that, thanks in large part to the efforts of Rothwell, who tallied four baskets in the final eight minutes on his way to a game-high 16 points. The Bulldogs did finish the game on a 9-2 run but by that time their fate was sealed as the Devils made it two straight to open the season, cruising to the 70-56 triumph.Rothwell’s 16 led a balanced North Adams scoring attack, one of four players to hit double figures that included 11 points each from Jayden Hesler, Elijah Young, and Cade Meade. The only offensive disappointment was the performance at the free throw line, where the Devils were just a miserable 3 for 14 on the night.“I thought Jayden played pretty well, he just picked up some silly fouls but that’s part of his growing process as a freshman,” said Copas. “We need him to be out there and make good decisions and he’s also one of our best on-the-ball defenders. Cody rebounds great for his size and he’s going to have nights where he will score big, but when he gets those points out of our offense, it’s a plus. He’s just really good on the offensive glass and he’s around loose balls and he was big for us tonight.”“We did a great job tonight of spreading the wealth on the offensive end.”In the defeat, the Bulldogs had a trio of double figure scorers, led by Kaleb Moell’s 12 points, with Corbin Richardson adding 11, and Owen Wiscombe 10.The 2-0 Devils will be back in action on Saturday, Dec. 8 on the court at Rio Grande University, where they will face South Gallia at 2:15 p.m. as part of the Newt Oliver Classic. They will finally play their first Southern Hills Athletic Conference game on Tuesday, Dec. 11 when they travel to Fayetteville.Batavia14 12 11 19 —56North Adams19 18 13 20 —70Batavia (56): Richardson 4 0-0 11, Watson 1 1-2 3, Zenni 2 0-0 4, Griffin 0 2-2 2, Hart 3 0-1 6, Wiscombe 3 2-6 10, Shepherd 0 4-7 4, Moell 6 0-0 12, Witt 2 0-0 4, Team 21 9-18 56.N. Adams (70): Hesler 5 0-0 11, C. Young 3 0-1 8, Rothwell 8 0-3 16, Gardner 1 0-0 2, S. Meade 1 2-3 4, E. Young 5 0-0 11, C. Meade 5 0-0 11, McCormick 3 1-7 7, Team 31 3-14 70.Three-Point Goals:Batavia (5)- Richardson 3, Wiscombe 2N. Adams (5)- Hesler 1, C. Young 2, E. Young 1, C. Meade 1North Adams senior Cody Rothwell led the Green Devils with 16 points in their Dec.4 victory over Batavia. (Photo by Mark Carpenter)There’s a lot of length on defense in this shot from Tuesday night’s North Adams-Batavia varsity boys game as the Meade twins, from left, Cade and Seth, surround Batavia’s Jason Griffin on his way to the basket. 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No FailNOW PLAYING Arrow Left #1 Icon Created with Sketch. Arrow right #1 Icon Created with Sketch. North Adams senior Cody Rothwell led the Green Devils with 16 points in their Dec.4 victory over Batavia. (Photo by Mark Carpenter) Devils move to 2-0Balanced attack leads North Adams past BataviaDecember 7, 2018Mark CarpenterSports0last_img read more

Pay on the day in Wigan

first_imgThe Robins travel north to the DW Stadium tomorrow (January 11th, 3pm KO) as Sky Bet Championship action returns following the Emirates FA Cup third round weekend.To date, around 550 tickets have been sold for the fixture, which goes off sale from Ashton Gate at 2pm today (Friday). After this time, fans will have to purchase a ticket from the DW Stadium.Fans are advised that there will be cash only sales available on the day of the match, with no price increase. Duplicates and collections can be obtained from window number 9 at the main ticket office.SECURE YOUR MATCH TICKETlast_img read more

Eric “The Judge” Black made every post a winner

first_imgThirteen golfers allowed us to play one flight with three placing’s. All novelties were in play.Here come The Judge, Eric Black (used to drive the 47 bus out of Fulham depot) greeted the judges first, 4 points clear of both second and third places that were to be separated by the countback system. Coming in second was Denis Steele with Alex Field taking third and last spot on the podium.1st Eric Black (15) 38 pts.2nd Denis Steele (17) 34 pts.3rd Alex Field (18) 34 pts.Near pins: 4 Eric Black, 7 JJ Harney, 12 JJ Harney, and 16 Denis Steele.Long first putt: 9 Alex Field and 18 No Takers.Denis Steele won a golf ball as he scored an eagle on the par 5 hole 6th hole, well done Den!Back at Bogey’s we welcomed back DJ Ferguson and Ian Bell but had to bid farewell to DJ Ferguson. We can Ill afford to lose golfers with the way numbers are at present!D-For was set free by Alex and the punters and players at Bogeys Bar and Grill were generous as always with their contributions towards the needy in Pattaya. All are thanked for this.Monday’s draw for a free pizza was won by Steve Younger, and what has become traditional, he put it up for the golfers to eat. Well done Steve. (L to R) Winner Eric Black with Alex Field.PSC Growling Swan Golf played out of Bogey’s Bar & GrillMonday, Nov. 11 Pattavia G.C. StablefordThirteen golfers put their names down to have a crack at Pattavia Golf Course. Referred to as the “Plantation Course” yet another course that rates highly on our radar and we also try to play there every month.The course was in great nick yet again, or as always. Weather was also on our side although it did begin to warm right up as the day got longer. The drive is getting shorter time wise but at the end of the day we are all retired or on holiday.last_img read more

Zlatan Ibrahimovic insists he is not at the end of his career

first_imgZlatan Ibrahimovic says he helps Chelsea ‘babies’ improve their behaviour. Upd. at 10:03 “In that situation, from the last game here, I’d never seen anything like that before … from mature players like that, I didn’t expect it. But it’s a new game now. Let’s play it differently.  “I don’t believe it’s [close to] the end of my career. Age is something you can’t fear, it’s just a number, and the difference is how you feel. I feel young. I’ve never had better statistics than those from this season. This is the best I’ve had in that sense.” The PSG star was angry with his red card at Stamford Bridge last season, with Blues stars demanding he be dismissed, and ahead of the Champions League last 16 second leg at the same venue on Wednesday night, he spoke out.  Zlatan also denied he is coming to the end of his career – the Swedish striker, formerly of FC Barcelona, is 34. “I never think about revenge. Hopefully, I will stay on the pitch longer than the last time, to have the possibility to do things I’m good at. Play football.” 09/03/2016 Sport EN “It’s not the end, I’m only warming up.” he said.  CETlast_img read more

Student designs stilt costume

first_imgBy DANI ROTHWELL BERWICK Beaconhills student Leshea P has designed a steam punk stilt costume as her contribution to the…[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