Crimson unable to fight off Huskies

first_imgThe Harvard Crimson men’s hockey team faced a familiar foe on a familiar stage Monday (Feb. 8) in the consolation game of the 58th Beanpot tournament. But with just one win in its past six games, struggling Harvard received no consoling from Northeastern (13-12-1), who took down the Crimson (6-14-3; 6-7-3 ECAC), 4-1.The matchup, which was the ninth time since 2000 that the Crimson faced the Huskies in the Beanpot, was the seventh time both teams clashed in the consolation game. But despite Harvard’s 22-16 all-time series record against Northeastern, the Crimson were unable to bounce back from an early two-goal deficit. The defeat followed a 6-0 loss to Boston College in the Beanpot opener on Feb. 1.“I give a lot of credit to Northeastern. I think they wore us down as the game went on,” said Harvard coach Ted Donato. “We started the game a little bit flat, and put ourselves in some tough situations.”The Crimson’s only goal came when a slap shot by freshman forward Conor Morrison found the back of the net at 11:13 into the second period. Although that pulled Harvard within a goal, the Crimson continued their Beanpot scoring woes going scoreless the rest of the game.“Tonight we had a couple chances early. We just weren’t able to get shots through,” said Donato. “I don’t think we were sharp on the power play, and I think at times we looked disorganized in what we were trying to do. We certainly were able to get the puck in control, but weren’t able to get shots in traffic and get second and third opportunities.”Despite their recent losses, the Crimson historically have closed the regular season with momentum after the Beanpot. Last season the Crimson went 4-0-2 in their remaining six games, and in 2008 Harvard closed the season 5-0-1.With four of the remaining six games at home, Harvard’s recent struggles will likely be forgotten with another strong finish to the season. The Crimson currently stand in eighth place, but four points behind fourth-place St. Lawrence.Harvard hosts Rensselaer Friday (Feb. 12) and Union on Saturday (Feb. 13). Both games start at 7 p.m.last_img read more

Crow stripped of his Erotica venue

first_imgAuckland Now 29 Sep 2011First Steve Crow had to can his Rugby World Cup Boobs on Bikes Parade because no one wanted it, now the porn king is being stripped of the venue for his Erotica Lifestyles Expo. After 12 years, Auckland’s ASB Showground will no longer play host the adult entertainment expo after a contract between the two parties ended. “Their contract expired and we’re not renewing it. The show had seen better days and had dropped off in popularity,” ASB Showground’s chief executive Mark Frankham said. Speaking at the Auckland Council’s culture arts and events forum on Tuesday, Auckland Agricultural, Pastoral and Industrial Shows Board chairman Dave Scott said the board, which owns the showground, had been trying for a long time to show Crow the door. “It’s taken us several years to move him out legally and we’ve forgone a bit of income to do that,” he said.http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/local-news/5700327/Crow-stripped-of-his-Erotica-venuelast_img read more

Bulldogs And Cardinals Middle School Linksters Participate At Cozy Acres-Madison

first_imgThe Batesville Golf Team participated in an 18 hole par 3 tournament at Cozy Acres in Madison on Saturday, April 16th. The impressive BMS Team 1 placed 5th out of 15 Teams attending the invitation.Our top scorers for BMS were Drew Wagner 69, Joe Cerniglia 71, Sam Bowman 79, and Austin Pohlman 79. Other players for the Bulldogs included Chase Cummings 81, Brett Wagner 82, Maddie Hanley 91, Sarah Ronnebaum 94, Ashley Nobbe 97, and Calley Kaiser 103.Come support the BMS golf team at their next match this Tuesday at Hillcrest.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Pam Moorman.The St Louis golf team travelled to Madison,IN to the Cozy Acres Golf Complex for their annual tournament this past Saturday. St Louis was able to enter 2 teams to compete against 17 other teams from the region. This was the first time playing 18 holes of golf for many of the players so it was a good experience for them. Team 1 had a combined team score of 356 with Evan Voglesang carding a 78, Aaron Weber an 86, Jacob Deutsch an 88, Zeb Streator a 94, and Brandon Simmermeyer a 94. The second team had a combined score of 397 with Adam Voglesang carding an 89, Abe Streator with a 99, Brendan Imel with a 101, and Amelia Austin with a 108.The Cardinals play again this Tuesday at Hillcrest against South Dearborn and Batesville.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Randy Streator.last_img read more

Clarke backs Cummins as all-formats captain

first_imgFORMER captain Michael Clarke has long been calling for Pat Cummins to become Australia’s next Test captain and now he wants the superstar to lead his country in all three formats.Clarke has suggested the end of 2020-21 might be an ideal time for Tim Paine, who alongside Justin Langer have led Australia’s recovery since the Cape Town ball-tampering scandal, to step down.Clarke also declared the end of this year’s T20 World Cup could be the right time for Aaron Finch to hand the reins over to Cummins.Langer has previously backed Paine to lead until at least the final of the world Test championship, at Lord’s in mid-2021, and Finch’s position is not considered in any jeopardy.The merits of Steve Smith reclaiming the captaincy have been publicly debated over the past year, with his leadership ban expiring at the end of this month.It was at the start of Australia’s scandal-laden tour of South Africa in 2018 that Clarke first publicly floated the idea of Cummins becoming Test skipper, long before Paine had assumed the role.Clarke, who captained Australia in 47 Tests and 74 ODIs, can now envisage the set of circumstances in which fast bowler Cummins is promoted to call the shots in all three national teams.“Tim Paine’s done a wonderful job, there’s no doubt about it, and I think he’s earned the right to continue to captain Australia until it’s time for him to retire,” Clarke said on Big Sports Breakfast.“Tim is 34 or 35 and I imagine he will be thinking about that after this Australian summer.“I imagine if Australia can win there (during a home series against India) that’s an ideal time for Tim to walk away on top.”Clarke added the team “needs one captain across all three formats” and the obvious candidate is Cummins.“He reads the game really well,” he said.“Yes, he’s an opening bowler but he can bat. He’s brilliant in the field.“He sees the game how a captain needs to.”Cummins, who endured a horror stretch on the injury front after an eye-catching Test debut at age 18 in 2011, has become remarkably resilient in recent years.Since March 2017, no paceman in the world has bowled more deliveries across all international matches.“There’s always been a lot of talk about a bowler being captain, and generally that’s because the bowlers get injured,” Clarke said.“Pat has shown that he’s fit, he’s healthy, and he can play all three formats.“His body has now matured into a position where he’ll be on the pitch as much as any batsman.”last_img read more

Go back to the enewsletter The View – a newly reva

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterThe View – a newly revamped, premium, one-bedroom villa at Six Senses Yao Noi – has begun welcoming guests. Ideal for couples, especially honeymooners and those celebrating a special occasion, it provides an abode of comfort, exclusivity and space with fun and quirky elements.Originally created as a celebration venue, the ultra-spacious, 225-square-metre villa now boasts an infinity-edge pool, a pool shack, private cinema and sunken dining area, plus a mezzanine floor and a fitness studio, among its new refinements.Stepping into the villa, guests feel in harmony with nature due to Thai-inspired interiors, infused with a contemporary twist. A newly added waterfall is visible through a glass floor in the bedroom as it flows beneath the king-size bed, connecting the occupants with the soothing sight and sounds of flowing water.True to its name, The View offers a 360-degree view of the surroundings, including the iconic limestone karsts of Phang Nga Bay. As all main walls are glass, the ocean, jungle and waterfall can be seen, along with the different hues of the sky, from inside or outside the villa.In-villa dining for The View also goes beyond the ordinary. Lunches can be enjoyed from a floating tray in the pool, while barbecue dinners are served by a private chef in the sunken dining area after drinks overlooking sunset on the bay. The pool shack is a cocktail master’s dream, where a ‘cocktail of the day’ and mix of ingredients and recipes are sure to inspire. Martini lovers can also make their own – shaken or stirred – and enjoy a perfect James Bond moment.A GEM (guest experience maker) is on hand to personally tailor guests’ journey throughout their stay.From now through 30 September 2019, guests of The View who stay a minimum of three nights are treated to a private in-villa barbecue dinner for two people.For pricing or enquiries, email [email protected] back to the enewsletterlast_img read more