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Baltimore Ravens hope to light up dashboard, sky with LEDs on Sunday https://nyrenegades.com/baltimore-ravens-hope-to-light-up-dashboard-sky-with-leds-on-sunday/ Sat, 27 Nov 2021 22:52:55 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/baltimore-ravens-hope-to-light-up-dashboard-sky-with-leds-on-sunday/ Belmont Park, NY (November 22, 2021) – UBS Arena in Belmont Park and the New York Islanders have teamed up with Venuetize, a leader in advanced and mobile payment technologies, to deliver a new mobile experience. Now available for download from the Apple Store and Google Play, the UBS Arena app offers new ways to […]]]>

Belmont Park, NY (November 22, 2021) – UBS Arena in Belmont Park and the New York Islanders have teamed up with Venuetize, a leader in advanced and mobile payment technologies, to deliver a new mobile experience.

Now available for download from the Apple Store and Google Play, the UBS Arena app offers new ways to interact with UBS Arena and New York Islanders through enhanced experiences for event lovers.

The UBS Arena app is your key to unlocking your UBS Arena experience. It allows users to:

  • Easily collect Ticketmaster tickets and parking passes
  • Order food, drink and select merchandise items
  • Transact with the mobile wallet or pay with Apple Pay at the point of sale and for mobile control
  • Access member benefits through UBS Arena and Islanders Member Pass, as well as the stored and loaded value integrated into the Mobile Wallet
  • Get quick answers to questions via Chatbot (ask UBS Arena)
  • Take advantage of interactive maps, as well as travel and transportation information to help you get from point A to point B throughout your visit

“UBS Arena clients already benefit from a more personalized and pleasant environment mobile experience powered by Venuetize, ”said Lindsay St. Lawrence, Chief Product manager at Venuetize. “This partnership between our organizations allows more ways to engage and reward guests, including the ability to order on mobile and payments during their visit.

“We’re super focused on the experience of those who walk through our doors,” said Ethan Brown, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Community Relations for UBS Arena and the New York Islanders. “Mobile plays a key role in unlocking everything that is available at UBS Arena and we look forward to working with Venuetize to continue to bring the latest mobile-first technology to all visitors to the UBS Arena. “

For more information, please visit: https://ubsarena.com/app/.

About Venuetize:

Venuetize is the leading advanced e-commerce and mobile technology platform for the sports, hospitality and entertainment industries. The company’s proven platform (PaaS) connects technology ecosystems, facilitates e-commerce and offers mobile experiences above all. With over 185 integrations and third-party counts, Venuetize offers unparalleled flexibility to create a simpler, safer and more pleasant experience for the guests. Founded in 2014, Venuetize works with professionals sports teams, stadiums and arenas, casinos, entertainment districts and shops destinations around the world. For more information visit http://www.venuetize.com/.

About UBS Arena:

The UBS Arena in Belmont Park is made for music and for hockey. that of New York New York’s newest premier entertainment and sports venue and home Islanders is developed in partnership with Oak View Group, New York Islanders, and Jeff Wilpon with Sterling Project Development serving as development manager .. The state-of-the-art arena will host over 150 major events each year while providing an unparalleled live entertainment experience, including premium sight lines and acoustics. In an effort to build a greener future, UBS Arena intends to be carbon neutral for operations before 2024, which will make it the first arena to do so on the east coast of the United States.

Located on the historic grounds of Belmont Park, the UBS Arena is located less than 15 miles from JFK and LaGuardia airports, and is accessible by car and carpooling at Exits 26A, 26B and 26D of the Cross Island Parkway. For customers using the Long Island Railroad, UBS Arena will be accessible to eastbound and westbound travelers at Queens Village LIRR Station, Eastbound travelers to the brand new Elmont Station (accessible westbound in fall 2022), and via Belmont Spur station, in operation from Jamaica only on event days. In addition to the Long Island Rail Road, the arena is also accessible via MTA bus lines Q2 and Q110 and Nassau County Inter-Express N6 bus service.

Upcoming events at UBS Arena in Belmont Park include the New York Islanders against the New York Rangers on November 24, the Islanders against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday November 26 the opening concert of the hall with Harry Styles November 28 Eric Church on Saturday December 4, Genesis on Friday, on December 10 and a sold-out show by Sebastian Maniscalco on December 27. further information, please visit UBSArena.com or @UBSArena on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

About New York Islanders:

Founded in 1972, the New York Islanders Hockey Club is the proud winner of four Stanley Cup Championships and nineteen straight playoff wins. The The Islanders have had nine members inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame and play in Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League.

The Islanders Children’s Foundation has helped countless young people in need around the world since its inception. Donations are collected through the efforts of our players, management and employees, as well as our fans and partners.

The UBS Arena in Belmont Park is the team’s new peak home from this season.

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GI Associates SEC Football Notes – 11-26-21 https://nyrenegades.com/gi-associates-sec-football-notes-11-26-21/ Fri, 26 Nov 2021 21:00:02 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/gi-associates-sec-football-notes-11-26-21/ Mississippi scorecard highlights one Mississippi or person with Mississippi connections who plays or coaches SEC football in Ole Miss, another in Mississippi State, and another at an SEC school outside of the State every week. By Robert Wilson LAUREL HIGH AND EAST MISSISSIPPI CC ALUMNUS DONTARIO DRUMMOND SET OLE MISS RECORD RECEIVED FOR EGG BOWL […]]]>

Mississippi scorecard highlights one Mississippi or person with Mississippi connections who plays or coaches SEC football in Ole Miss, another in Mississippi State, and another at an SEC school outside of the State every week.

By Robert Wilson

LAUREL HIGH AND EAST MISSISSIPPI CC ALUMNUS DONTARIO DRUMMOND SET OLE MISS RECORD RECEIVED FOR EGG BOWL

Laurel High and East Mississippi Community College alumnus Dontario Drummond did what no catcher Ole Miss ever did in the Egg Bowl.

Even though the senior catcher didn’t score a touchdown in the No.9 Ole Miss’s 31-21 win over Mississippi State Thursday night in Starkville, Drummond hit a career high and Egg Bowl Ole Miss recorded 13 catches for 133 yards in the game.

Drummond, Ole Miss’s top receiver this season, keeps Ole Miss’s training alive. Seven of its captures gave rise to the first tests.

He made four catches for 20 yards – two for the first downs – for Ole Miss, which gave the Rebels a 24-6 lead with 11 minutes and 17 seconds left in the fourth quarter.

Drummond leads Ole Miss with 53 catches for 786 yards and eight touchdowns this season. He missed a game, against Liberty, this season.

Only one other player in Egg Bowl history on either team has had more catches than Drummond. David Smith of Mississippi state caught 14 passes for 194 yards in 1969.

Drummond was one take away from equaling the school record for most takes in a game. Elie Moore (2020 vs. Vanderbilt), AJ Brown (2017 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette) and Laquon Treadwell (2015 vs. Memphis) are tied for the school record with 14 catches each.

Drummond has three 100-yard games this season and four in his career. He had a career-high 177 yards in Game 1 of the season against Louisville and 107 yards in Game 2 against Austin Peay.

Drummond was second to Moore last season with 25 catches for 417 yards and seven touchdowns. Drummond caught two passes for 84 yards and a 48-yard touchdown against Mississippi State in the Egg Bowl win. And without Moore in the bowl game, Drummond led the team with six catches for a career-high 110 yards and one touchdown in the win over Indiana.

Drummond was a member of the All-American Junior College First Team at East Mississippi Community College and helped the EMCC to the National Championship in 2017 and Second Place National in 2018. He is the Career Leader in Receiving and reception courses at EMCC. He was ranked as the fourth best receiving prospect in the country by 247 Sports from the EMCC. He chose Ole Miss over Arkansas, Kansas, Colorado State, and Arkansas State.

Drummond produced 3,474 all-purpose yards during his career at Laurel High and had 1,568 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior. He played football, basketball and baseball in Laurel and helped his team win state titles in football and basketball.

LAUREL HIGH ALUMNUS AND CHARLES CROSS OF MISSISSIPPI STATE WIN THE KENT HULL TROPHY

Charles Cross, a Laurel High alumnus and sophomore from the Mississippi State Redshirt, was named the winner of the Kent Hull Trophy this week.

The award is named for the best Mississippi varsity offensive lineman and named after Greenwood High and Mississippi State alumnus and former NFL offensive lineman the late Kent Hull, who has played in four Super Bowls for the Buffalo Bills.

Cross has started all 12 games in left tackle for MSU this season and ranks fifth among Southeastern Conference offensive linemen with an 86.4 rating by Pro Football Focus (PFF) ahead of Thursday’s Egg Bowl. . He holds the SEC’s second-highest passing blocking rating at 86.2 and is fifth in running blocking at 85.4.

The 6-foot-5, 310-pound Cross is the fifth Bulldog to win the Kent Hull Trophy since its inception in 2013 alongside Gabe Jackson (2013), Justin Senior (2016), Martinas Rankin (2017) and Elgton Jenkins (2018) ).

Cross has appeared in 25 career games and made 22 starts. He was named All-SEC Freshman by league coaches last year and has been named SEC offensive lineman of the week twice this season.

Cross was ranked No. 1 rookie in Mississippi by 247 Sports and Rivals and ranked No. 8 nationally as an offensive lineman as a senior at Laurel High. He played in the US Army All-American Bowl and the Mississippi / Alabama All-Star Game.

GULFORT HIGH AND OLE MISS ALUMNUS MATT LUKE LARGE PART OF NO. 1 THE SUCCESS OF GEORGIA

Former Gulfport High and Ole Miss student and former Ole Miss head coach and assistant Matt Luke is a big part of Georgia’s No.1 success as the Bulldogs play their final regular season game in Georgia Tech Saturday at 11 a.m. on ABC.

Luke is in his second season as Georgia offensive line coach. The Bulldogs are fifth in the SEC in rushing at 201 yards per game.

Luke, joined the Georgia staff in December 2019, having served the previous two years as a head coach at Ole Miss. Luke framed 42 all of the conference selections at stops at Ole Miss, Duke, Tennessee and Murray State. He was head coach and offensive coordinator at Ole Miss and offensive coordinator at Duke. In his first year at Ole Miss, Luke replaced Hugh Freeze as interim head coach just before fall practice and led the Rebels to a 6-6 record, winning three of the last four games, including winning the Egg Bowl in Mississippi State. While he was an offensive line coach at Ole Miss, Luke was ranked eighth among scouts in 2016 by 247 Sports. He also trained tight ends at Ole Miss.

Luke started 33 center games for Ole Miss from 1995 to 1998 and was the team captain in 1998 and led Ole Miss to a 7-5 season and victory over Texas Tech in the Independence Bowl.

Luke’s father, Tommy, was a defensive back at Ole Miss from 1964-66 and his brother, Tom, played quarterback at Ole Miss from 1989-91. Tom is Ole Miss’s assistant athletic director for player development. since 2013. He was also Ole Miss’s coordinator for football operations from 2004 to 2005.


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Scoreboard: All-Big Sky Conference football selections | Big Sky Conference https://nyrenegades.com/scoreboard-all-big-sky-conference-football-selections-big-sky-conference/ Wed, 24 Nov 2021 23:30:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/scoreboard-all-big-sky-conference-football-selections-big-sky-conference/ College football Big Sky Conference 2021 award winners Offensive player of the year: Eric Barrière, QB, Eastern Washington Defensive player of the year: Troy Andersen, LB, Montana State Newcomer of the year: Justin Ford, DB, Montana First year student of the year: RJ Martinez, QB, Northern Arizona All-conference First team Offense QB: Eric Barrière, EWU […]]]>

College football

Big Sky Conference

2021 award winners

Offensive player of the year: Eric Barrière, QB, Eastern Washington

Defensive player of the year: Troy Andersen, LB, Montana State

Newcomer of the year: Justin Ford, DB, Montana

First year student of the year: RJ Martinez, QB, Northern Arizona

All-conference

First team

Offense

QB: Eric Barrière, EWU

RB: Isaiah Ifanse, MSU; Ulonzo Gilliam, UC Davis

FB: Logan Kendall, Idaho

WR: Talolo Limu-Jones, EWU; Lance McCutcheon, MSU; Pierre Williams, State of Sacramento

YOU: Marshel Martin, State of the Bag

OL: Lewis Kidd, MSU; Braxton Jones, southern Utah; Tristen Taylor, EWU; Thomas Parker, Sac State; Noah Atagi, Weber State; Jake Parks, UC Davis

Defense

DT: Jared Schiess, Weber State; Chase Benson, MSU

OF: Daniel Hardy, MSU; Josiah Erickson, State of Sac

OLB: Patrick O’Connell, Montana; Conner Mortensen, Weber State

MLB: Troy Andersen, MSU; Tre Walker, Idaho

Comics: Justin Ford, Montana; Eddie Heckard, Weber State; Robby Hauck, Montana; Anthony Adams, State of Portland; Jordan Perryman, UC Davis

Special teams

K: Kyle Sentkowski, Sac State

P: Brian Buschini, Montana

KR: Rashid Shaheed, Weber State; Flowers of Malik, Montana

RP: Rashid Shaheed, Weber State

ST: Trevin Gradney, Montana

PA: Asher O’Hara, Sac State

Second team

Offense

QB: Davis Alexander, State of Portland

RB: Kevin Daniels, NAU; Dennis Merritt, EWU

FB: Ryan Rivera, Cal Poly

WR: Andrew Boston, EWU; Beau Kelly, State of Portland; Tanner Conner, State of Idaho; Rashid Shaheed, Weber State

YOU: McCallan Castles, UC Davis

OL: Connor Pettek, UC Davis; Kooper Richardson, Sac State; Grant Stephens, UNC; Taylor Tuiasosopo, MSU; Brandon Weldon, Sac State; Conlan Beaver, Montana

Defense

DT: Alex Gubner, Montana; Bryce Rodgers, UC Davis

OF: George Tarlas, Weber State; VJ Malo, State of Portland

OLB: David Hoage, UNC; La’akea Kaho’ohanohano-Davis, SUU; Marte Mapu, Sac State; Callahan O’Reilly, MSU

MLB: Jace Lewis, Montana; Marcus Hawkins, State of Sac

Comics: Greg Filer III, Sac State; Ty Okada, MSU; Preston Smith, Weber State; Vest Morgan, NAU; Jaylin White, UC Davis

Special teams

K: Isaiah Gomez, UC Davis

P: Daniel Whelan, UC Davis

KR: Lan Larison, UC Davis

RP: Isaiah Thomas, UC Davis

PA: Trent Tompkins, UC Davis

Third team

Offense

QB: Jake Dunniway, Sac State

RB: Cameron Skattebo, State of the Bag; Roshaun Johnson, Idaho

WR: Efton Chism III, EWU; Freddie Roberson, EWU; Terez Traynor, Idaho

YOU: Hayden Meacham, Weber State

OL: Hunter Mayginnes, Montana; Logan Floyd, Idaho; Jonas Leader, NAU; Wyatt Musser, EWU; Terren Carey, State of Idaho

Defense

DT: Josh Jerome, EWU; Myles Cecil, Cal Poly

OF: Mitchell Johnson, EWU; Francis Bemiy, SUU; Charles Akanno, Idaho

MLB: Matt Shotwell, Cal Poly; Jack Sendelbach, EWU

Comics: Calin Criner, EWU; Jerone Jackson, UNC; Kobe Singleton, SUU; Tre Webb, MSU; Malik Jeter, State of the Bag

Special teams

K: Blake Glessner, MSU

P: Sam Clark, State of the Bag

Honorable mention

WR: Kassidy Woods, UNC; Mitch Roberts, Montana; Nate Bennett, State of Portland; Coleman Owen, NAU; Hendrix Johnson, NAU

YOU: Cole Grossman, Montana; Jared Scott, State of Idaho

DT: Semise Kofe, State of Portland; Noah Ellis, Idaho; Doug Schiess, Weber State; Jett Stanley, Sac State

OF: Carson Taylor, NAU; Joe Babros, Montana; Elijah Ponder, Cal Poly; Joe Golden, UNC; Justin Belknap, Montana; Amandre Williams, MSU

MLB: Sherwin Lavaka, Weber State; Jace Bobo, UNC; Ty Graham, EWU; Tristen Vance, NAU; Harrison Beemiller, NAU

Comics: Brand Collins, State of Weber; Jeffrey Manning Jr., MSU; Jayden Dawson, State of Idaho; Tyrese Dedmon, Idaho

P: Kevin Ryan, State of Idaho; DJ Arnson, NAU

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Scoreboard: All-Big Sky Conference football selections | Montana State Bobcats https://nyrenegades.com/scoreboard-all-big-sky-conference-football-selections-montana-state-bobcats/ Wed, 24 Nov 2021 23:30:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/scoreboard-all-big-sky-conference-football-selections-montana-state-bobcats/ College football Big Sky Conference 2021 award winners Offensive player of the year: Eric Barrière, QB, Eastern Washington Defensive player of the year: Troy Andersen, LB, Montana State Newcomer of the year: Justin Ford, DB, Montana First year student of the year: RJ Martinez, QB, Northern Arizona All-conference First team Offense QB: Eric Barrière, EWU […]]]>

College football

Big Sky Conference

2021 award winners

Offensive player of the year: Eric Barrière, QB, Eastern Washington

Defensive player of the year: Troy Andersen, LB, Montana State

Newcomer of the year: Justin Ford, DB, Montana

First year student of the year: RJ Martinez, QB, Northern Arizona

All-conference

First team

Offense

QB: Eric Barrière, EWU

RB: Isaiah Ifanse, MSU; Ulonzo Gilliam, UC Davis

FB: Logan Kendall, Idaho

WR: Talolo Limu-Jones, EWU; Lance McCutcheon, MSU; Pierre Williams, State of Sacramento

YOU: Marshel Martin, State of the Bag

OL: Lewis Kidd, MSU; Braxton Jones, southern Utah; Tristen Taylor, EWU; Thomas Parker, Sac State; Noah Atagi, Weber State; Jake Parks, UC Davis

Defense

DT: Jared Schiess, Weber State; Chase Benson, MSU

OF: Daniel Hardy, MSU; Josiah Erickson, State of Sac

OLB: Patrick O’Connell, Montana; Conner Mortensen, Weber State

MLB: Troy Andersen, MSU; Tre Walker, Idaho

Comics: Justin Ford, Montana; Eddie Heckard, Weber State; Robby Hauck, Montana; Anthony Adams, State of Portland; Jordan Perryman, UC Davis

Special teams

K: Kyle Sentkowski, Sac State

P: Brian Buschini, Montana

KR: Rashid Shaheed, Weber State; Flowers of Malik, Montana

RP: Rashid Shaheed, Weber State

ST: Trevin Gradney, Montana

PA: Asher O’Hara, Sac State

Second team

Offense

QB: Davis Alexander, State of Portland

RB: Kevin Daniels, NAU; Dennis Merritt, EWU

FB: Ryan Rivera, Cal Poly

WR: Andrew Boston, EWU; Beau Kelly, State of Portland; Tanner Conner, State of Idaho; Rashid Shaheed, Weber State

YOU: McCallan Castles, UC Davis

OL: Connor Pettek, UC Davis; Kooper Richardson, Sac State; Grant Stephens, UNC; Taylor Tuiasosopo, MSU; Brandon Weldon, Sac State; Conlan Beaver, Montana

Defense

DT: Alex Gubner, Montana; Bryce Rodgers, UC Davis

OF: George Tarlas, Weber State; VJ Malo, State of Portland

OLB: David Hoage, UNC; La’akea Kaho’ohanohano-Davis, SUU; Marte Mapu, Sac State; Callahan O’Reilly, MSU

MLB: Jace Lewis, Montana; Marcus Hawkins, State of Sac

Comics: Greg Filer III, Sac State; Ty Okada, MSU; Preston Smith, Weber State; Vest Morgan, NAU; Jaylin White, UC Davis

Special teams

K: Isaiah Gomez, UC Davis

P: Daniel Whelan, UC Davis

KR: Lan Larison, UC Davis

RP: Isaiah Thomas, UC Davis

PA: Trent Tompkins, UC Davis

Third team

Offense

QB: Jake Dunniway, Sac State

RB: Cameron Skattebo, State of the Bag; Roshaun Johnson, Idaho

WR: Efton Chism III, EWU; Freddie Roberson, EWU; Terez Traynor, Idaho

YOU: Hayden Meacham, Weber State

OL: Hunter Mayginnes, Montana; Logan Floyd, Idaho; Jonas Leader, NAU; Wyatt Musser, EWU; Terren Carey, State of Idaho

Defense

DT: Josh Jerome, EWU; Myles Cecil, Cal Poly

OF: Mitchell Johnson, EWU; Francis Bemiy, SUU; Charles Akanno, Idaho

MLB: Matt Shotwell, Cal Poly; Jack Sendelbach, EWU

Comics: Calin Criner, EWU; Jerone Jackson, UNC; Kobe Singleton, SUU; Tre Webb, MSU; Malik Jeter, State of the Bag

Special teams

K: Blake Glessner, MSU

P: Sam Clark, State of the Bag

Honorable mention

WR: Kassidy Woods, UNC; Mitch Roberts, Montana; Nate Bennett, State of Portland; Coleman Owen, NAU; Hendrix Johnson, NAU

YOU: Cole Grossman, Montana; Jared Scott, State of Idaho

DT: Semise Kofe, State of Portland; Noah Ellis, Idaho; Doug Schiess, Weber State; Jett Stanley, Sac State

OF: Carson Taylor, NAU; Joe Babros, Montana; Elijah Ponder, Cal Poly; Joe Golden, UNC; Justin Belknap, Montana; Amandre Williams, MSU

MLB: Sherwin Lavaka, Weber State; Jace Bobo, UNC; Ty Graham, EWU; Tristen Vance, NAU; Harrison Beemiller, NAU

Comics: Brand Collins, State of Weber; Jeffrey Manning Jr., MSU; Jayden Dawson, State of Idaho; Tyrese Dedmon, Idaho

P: Kevin Ryan, State of Idaho; DJ Arnson, NAU

Bobcat Football gives back to Gallatin Valley

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DC fans can share a moment of glory on the scoreboard once again https://nyrenegades.com/dc-fans-can-share-a-moment-of-glory-on-the-scoreboard-once-again/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 17:49:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/dc-fans-can-share-a-moment-of-glory-on-the-scoreboard-once-again/ Anyone who has the honor of showing up on Capitol One Arena’s massive 360-degree scoreboard during Wizards or Capitals matches will always have the opportunity to show off the moment on social media. Anyone who has the honor of showing up on Capitol One Arena’s massive 360-degree scoreboard during Wizards or Capitals matches will always […]]]>

Anyone who has the honor of showing up on Capitol One Arena’s massive 360-degree scoreboard during Wizards or Capitals matches will always have the opportunity to show off the moment on social media.

Anyone who has the honor of showing up on Capitol One Arena’s massive 360-degree scoreboard during Wizards or Capitals matches will always have the opportunity to show off the moment on social media.

On Monday, Monumental Sports & Entertainment announced that it will continue its partnership with 15 Seconds of Fame (15SOF), an app and multimedia platform that offers “shareable fan video moments at live events.”

“More than ever, fans have a desire to uniquely show their team pride and share important memories on social media,” said Hunter Lochmann, Director of Marketing for Monumental.

The 15SOF app is available on both ios and Android platforms. Once fans sign up for free, they can share their videos on social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

15SOF has similar partnerships with other NBA and NHL teams, as well as with properties in the NFL and MLB.

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2021 Wyoming High School State Football Scoreboard https://nyrenegades.com/2021-wyoming-high-school-state-football-scoreboard/ Fri, 12 Nov 2021 16:40:36 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/2021-wyoming-high-school-state-football-scoreboard/ The last weekend of the 2021 high school football season is here! The five state championship football games are on Friday and Saturday. For the 12th time in the past 13 seasons, all five games will be played at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie. There are two on Friday November 12 and three more on […]]]>

The last weekend of the 2021 high school football season is here! The five state championship football games are on Friday and Saturday.

For the 12th time in the past 13 seasons, all five games will be played at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie. There are two on Friday November 12 and three more on Saturday November 13, 2021.

Here is the program in the order of the five games.

Friday, November 12, 2021

Class 1A-6 Male

Final score: Little Snake River 65 Camp 24 – Myers ran for 159 yards and 3 touchdowns and also had 10 tackles, 2 interceptions and 1 forced fumble. The Rattlers scored 28 points in the second quarter to gain control. They also took advantage of 7 Tigers turnovers that led to 21 points for the Rattlers. Little Snake River finished 10-0, while Encampment finished 8-2.

Class 3A

Final score: Cody 41 Jackson 24 – Talich threw for 129 yards and 3 touchdowns, and also ran for 43 yards. The Cody Broncs forced 4 interceptions: Nelson with 3 interceptions in the 2nd half, 2 came back for touchdowns and Broussard with a pick of six as well. Schroeder led the way in defense with 12 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss and 1 sack. Cody finished 11-0 undefeated, while Jackson finished 9-3.

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Class 2A

Final score: Lyman 8 Lovell 6 – The Eagles followed one another and won their 6th title in the history of the school. The difference was a conversion race crammed with 2 points. Lyman scored with 4 minutes left in the first quarter on a 9-yard run from Chevy Fackrell. The Eagles added a 2-point run. Lovell scored with 11:11 left in the game on a 3-yard run from Monterde. He was stopped on the run of 2 points which would have created the tie. Lyman ends 12-0 and Lovell ends his season 9-2.

Class 1A-9 Male

Final score: Shoshoni 19 Rocky Mountain 6 – Wranglers’ Mills threw for 128 yards and 3 touchdowns. Truempler ran for 118 yards. Fike caught all 3 touchdowns and had 61 receiving yards. Cousineau had 58 receiving yards, as well as 8 defensive tackles with 1 interception. Shoshoni scored a TD in every quarter except the 4th. Shoshoni finishes 10-1 and Rocky Moutain goes 9-2.

Class 4A

Final score: Sheridan 45 Rock springs 27 – McComb of the Broncs got an 88-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Coon finished with 230 rushing yards in the game and 4 touchdowns, also forced a fumble. Tanner with 70 meters on the ground. Greer led the way on defense with 8 tackles; McComb, Dunham and Larson made 6 tackles each. Sheridan finished 11-1 and Rock Springs 10-2. The Broncs won the 5th title in 7 years, the 28th in the history of the school (which leads the state).

LOOK: 50 images of winning moments in the history of sport

Sometimes pictures are the best way to honor the numbers we have lost. When tragedy quickly reminds us that sport is far from the most important thing in life, we can always look back on the winning moment of an athlete who seemed larger than life to us, remaining grateful for their sacrifice. on the ground and bringing joy to millions of people.

Read on to explore the full collection of 50 images compiled by Stacker, showcasing various iconic moments of victory in sports history. Covering the accomplishments of a multitude of sports, these images depict stunning personal achievements, team championships and athletic perseverance.

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Colorado Rockies Outlook: Looking at the November Scoreboard? https://nyrenegades.com/colorado-rockies-outlook-looking-at-the-november-scoreboard/ Mon, 08 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/colorado-rockies-outlook-looking-at-the-november-scoreboard/ Minor leagues are often more about player development than winning and losing, but the scorecards are always displayed, the rankings are always calculated and people take it really seriously in hopes of climbing the ranks. The Arizona Fall League is no exception. We have another kind of baseball leaderboard to look at in November; trade […]]]>

Minor leagues are often more about player development than winning and losing, but the scorecards are always displayed, the rankings are always calculated and people take it really seriously in hopes of climbing the ranks.

The Arizona Fall League is no exception. We have another kind of baseball leaderboard to look at in November; trade in your standard minor league ranking for a six-team, two-division table.

Colorado has had some exciting minor league action this season with Low-A Fresno and High-A Spokane qualifying for their respective league championships. Morale is better in winning teams; that’s good for most of the people involved, and especially in the revolving doors of minor league rosters where new players can help make an instant impact.

Here’s where the Arizona Fall League stands through Week 4, with 12 days remaining in the regular season:

2021 Arizona Fall League – Eastern Division Standings

Team W THE PCT FR
Team W THE PCT FR
Mesa 11 9 0.550
Scottsdale 8 14 0.364 4.0
Salt River 7 13 0.350 4.0

2021 Arizona Fall League – West Division Standings

Team W THE PCT FR
Team W THE PCT FR
Glendale 13 8 0.619
Surprise 13 8 0.619
Peoria ten ten 0.500 2.5

Current ranking until November 7, 2021

The Arizona Fall League gives out championship rings to the league winner every year, so we have something on the line. The fate is not too strong for the Salt River Rafters, however. They are 2-8 in their last 10 games, their points differential (-11) is one of two negative numbers in the six-team league, and their seven wins are currently the fewest in the league. AFL.

Most of the Fall League schedule this year has been dominated by the Surprise Saguaros, although “rival” Glendale Desert Dogs has gained ground over the past week. Meanwhile, the Mesa Solar Sox are the only team in the Eastern Division with a winning record and are a clear favorite for the division’s place in the championship game on November 20. The respective winner of each division will play in a one-game championship on the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

Salt River has the lowest batting average, base percentage and hitting percentage in the Arizona Fall League, but a better 4.90 ERA. (not a typo – see below) helped them stay afloat in the AFL rankings.

(The collective ERA in the big leagues this year was 4.26; the Fall League has been extremely hitter-friendly in 2021.)

The Rocky Mountain Minor League’s performance in AFL Week 4 was a direct reflection of those numbers: Colorado pitchers posted a combined ERA of 1.93 last week, while hitters posted an average of .240.

AFL Week 4: Rockies Pitching

  • Jake Bird: 2 1/3 IP, 2 H, 1 R (0 ER), 2 BB, 3 K
  • Matt Dennis: 4 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 0 BB, 2 K
  • Reagan Todd: 3 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 1 BB, 3 K

Combined: 9 1/3 IP, 6 H, 3 R (2 ER), 3 BB, 11 K

AFL Week 4: Striking Rockies

  • Michael Toglia: 5 for 19, .263 / .300 / .368
  • Ezequiel Tovar: 2 for 14, .143 / .294 / .357
  • Ryan Vilade: 2 for 16, .125 / .222 / .125
  • Willie MacIver: 3-for-8, .375 / .444 / .375 (* taxi squad player)

Combined: 12-for-50

Our Pebble Report recap for this week is similar to what we got last week: pitchers still dominate, while hitters are doing a little less favorably.

This trend seems to go completely against the AFL standard this year, which is interesting as so many rosters display so many leads. An average of 12.6 points is scored in every game, but the Rockies pitchers haven’t been as responsible as that number might suggest.

Rockies Pitchers – Arizona Fall League 2021

Player TIME g IP H R emergency BB SO WHIP MEAN
Player TIME g IP H R emergency BB SO WHIP MEAN
Sheffield, J. 0.00 1 1.0 0 0 0 1 0 1.00 0.000
Bird, J 1.17 8 7.2 6 2 1 7 9 1.70 0.207
Todd, R 1.23 8 7.1 2 1 1 2 8 0.55 0.083
Denis, M 3.38 4 10.2 12 4 4 1 7 1.22 0.286

Data current until November 7, 2021

For now, the Rafters can at least hang their hat on a pitch that keeps them going in some ball games. Salt River has 10 more games to go to cover four field games in the standings, while the Rockies arms will look to anchor the staff as they have done all year.

Arizona Fall League – Important Dates

  • Fall All-Star Game: Saturday, November 13, 5:00 p.m. MST at Salt River Fields
  • AFL Championship Game: Saturday, November 20, 5:00 p.m. MST at Salt River Fields

* Both games will be televised on the MLB network

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Indians start removing name from stadium notice board | News, Sports, Jobs https://nyrenegades.com/indians-start-removing-name-from-stadium-notice-board-news-sports-jobs/ Wed, 03 Nov 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/indians-start-removing-name-from-stadium-notice-board-news-sports-jobs/ CLEVELAND (AP) – The Indians began removing the team’s scripted logo atop the giant scoreboard at Progressive Field on Tuesday as they transferred their name to the Guardians. The teams began to disassemble the letters, starting with the “I” on the 80 foot long panel. This is another step in the offseason change for the […]]]>

CLEVELAND (AP) – The Indians began removing the team’s scripted logo atop the giant scoreboard at Progressive Field on Tuesday as they transferred their name to the Guardians.

The teams began to disassemble the letters, starting with the “I” on the 80 foot long panel. This is another step in the offseason change for the Major League Baseball team, which has called the Indians since 1915.

Removal of the letters is expected to take several days. After cutting the first letter, workers had to carefully remove a section to be lifted with a crane between two of the stadium’s toothbrush-shaped light towers.

Windy conditions forced the crew to stop after a few hours.

Once completely removed, the panel will be stored while the team evaluates options for a permanent location for it. In July, owner Paul Dolan joked that he was too big to fit in his basement.

When the Indians left the Municipal Stadium in 1994 for their new baseball stadium, which was then known as Jacobs Field, a neon sign with their Chief Wahoo logo was removed and is now displayed in the Western building. Reserve Historical Society.

A new “Guardians” sign will replace the old one “Indians” one and be erected before opening day 2022.

The American League franchise announced earlier this year that it was renaming following nationwide consideration of racist names and symbols.

The team has already removed other signage inside and outside the city center stadium. The official team name change is expected to take place in a few weeks, when the Guardians’ products go on sale.

The change encountered a problem last week when a roller derby team known since 2013 as the Cleveland Guardians sued the baseball team in federal court, alleging the change damaged its brand.

In a statement, the Indians said they did not believe there was a conflict between the parties and remained confident in their position to move forward with the name change.

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Indians logo removed from Progressive Field dashboard in Cleveland https://nyrenegades.com/indians-logo-removed-from-progressive-field-dashboard-in-cleveland/ Tue, 02 Nov 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/indians-logo-removed-from-progressive-field-dashboard-in-cleveland/ CLEVELAND – The Indians began removing the team’s scripted logo atop the giant scoreboard at Progressive Field on Tuesday as they transferred their name to the Guardians. The teams began to take the letters apart, starting with the “I” on the 80-foot-long panel. This is another step in the offseason change for the Major League […]]]>

CLEVELAND – The Indians began removing the team’s scripted logo atop the giant scoreboard at Progressive Field on Tuesday as they transferred their name to the Guardians.

The teams began to take the letters apart, starting with the “I” on the 80-foot-long panel. This is another step in the offseason change for the Major League Baseball team, which has been called the Indians since 1915.

Removal of the letters is expected to take several days. After cutting the first letter, workers had to carefully remove a section to be lifted with a crane between two of the stadium’s toothbrush-shaped light towers.

Windy conditions forced the crew to stop after a few hours.

Once completely removed, the panel will be stored while the team assesses options for a permanent location for it. In July, owner Paul Dolan joked that he was too big to fit in his basement.

When the Indians left the Municipal Stadium in 1994 for their new baseball stadium, which was then known as Jacobs Field, a neon sign with their Chief Wahoo logo was removed and is now displayed in the Western building. Reserve Historical Society.

A new “Guardians” sign will replace the old one and will be erected before the opening day 2022.

The American League franchise announced earlier this year that it was changing its name following nationwide consideration of racist names and symbols.

The team has already removed other signage inside and outside the city center stadium. The official team name change is expected to take place in a few weeks, when Guardian merchandise goes on sale.

The change ran into a problem last week when a roller derby team known since 2013 as the Cleveland Guardians sued the baseball team in federal court, alleging the change damaged its brand.

In a statement, the Indians said they do not believe there is a conflict between the parties and remain confident in their position to move forward with the name change.

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