baseball team – NY Renegades http://nyrenegades.com/ Wed, 16 Mar 2022 20:58:02 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://nyrenegades.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/ny.png baseball team – NY Renegades http://nyrenegades.com/ 32 32 Regional/Regional Tuesday Notice Board – AM 1370 KDTH https://nyrenegades.com/regional-regional-tuesday-notice-board-am-1370-kdth/ Wed, 16 Mar 2022 13:05:26 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/regional-regional-tuesday-notice-board-am-1370-kdth/ Baseball UW Platteville’s first game of their trip to Florida against Rhodes College has been postponed due to weather and will be played today Regional SAN DIEGO-A six-run first inning propelled the University of Iowa baseball team to a 6-4 win over San Diego State on Tuesday night at Tony Gwynn Stadium. The victory was […]]]>

Baseball

  • UW Platteville’s first game of their trip to Florida against Rhodes College has been postponed due to weather and will be played today

Regional

  • SAN DIEGO-A six-run first inning propelled the University of Iowa baseball team to a 6-4 win over San Diego State on Tuesday night at Tony Gwynn Stadium. The victory was the Hawkeyes’ second in a row and moved the team record to 8-7 going into an eight-game home game. The Hawkeyes will host No. 12 Texas Tech for a three-game series starting Friday.
  • Illinois won at home beating Butler 13-4.

Soft ball

  • Loras went undefeated on the season with 2 wins in Leesburg, FL yesterday. Duhawks beat Salem State 4-2 and Maryville (TN) 1-0

Regional

  • KANSAS CITY, Missouri– The University of Iowa softball team shared a doubleheader Tuesday afternoon. The Hawkeyes were defeated, 4-3, by Southeast Missouri before defeating Missouri-Kansas City, 4-0.

Women’s Lacrosse

  • Clarke lost to Wartburg in overtime 12-11

High school girl track

At the Mississippi Valley Conference indoor meet at the Uni-Dome in Cedar Falls: Hempstead placed 2nd at 77 behind meet winner Iowa City Liberty at 87. Wahlert finished 3rd at 68, Western Dubuque was 6th with 62 and Senior finished 8th with 46.

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Chicago Cubs owners and Citadel’s Griffin team up for Chelsea bid – Reuters Sports News https://nyrenegades.com/chicago-cubs-owners-and-citadels-griffin-team-up-for-chelsea-bid-reuters-sports-news/ Wed, 16 Mar 2022 12:17:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/chicago-cubs-owners-and-citadels-griffin-team-up-for-chelsea-bid-reuters-sports-news/ A sign reading ‘Britannia Gate’ is seen outside Stamford Bridge, the home stadium of Chelsea football club, after Britain imposed sanctions on its Russian owner, Roman Abramovich, in London, Britain Brittany, March 10, 2022. REUTERS / Hannah Mckay Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, March 16 (Reuters) – The owners of […]]]>

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LONDON, March 16 (Reuters) – The owners of American baseball team the Chicago Cubs have teamed up with Citadel founder Ken Griffin to work on a bid to buy the English Premier League soccer club , Chelsea, Sky News reported on Wednesday.

Sky have reported that Cubs owners the Ricketts and Griffin family have formed an investment group who are expected to make a formal offer for the London club on Friday.

Chelsea were first put up for sale by owner Roman Abramovich after Russia invaded Ukraine before sanctions were imposed on the Russian oligarch by the British government. Read more

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Abramovich bought the club in 2003 for 140 million pounds ($183.16 million). He had funded Chelsea via £1.5 billion in loans in total through Fordstam Limited, the entity through which he owns the club.

His investment resulted in the most successful era in their history as they won five Premier League titles, five FA Cups and the Champions League twice.

Chelsea are ranked by Forbes as the seventh most valuable club in world football with $3.2 billion.

The club are third in the league table – 11 points behind leaders Manchester City – as they are set to face Lille in the Champions League round of 16 second leg later on Wednesday.

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Joplin High School Baseball Hosts Clinic for Little League Players | KSNF/KODE https://nyrenegades.com/joplin-high-school-baseball-hosts-clinic-for-little-league-players-ksnf-kode/ Sun, 13 Mar 2022 03:48:19 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/joplin-high-school-baseball-hosts-clinic-for-little-league-players-ksnf-kode/ Still need volunteers for the 2022 season JOPLIN, Mo. — It’s not just high school baseball season fast approaching; Joplin Little League is also preparing for the start of its season, On Saturday morning, the Little League players received help from the big boys. The Joplin High School baseball team held an assessment and clinic […]]]>

Still need volunteers for the 2022 season

JOPLIN, Mo. — It’s not just high school baseball season fast approaching; Joplin Little League is also preparing for the start of its season,

On Saturday morning, the Little League players received help from the big boys. The Joplin High School baseball team held an assessment and clinic today at Kaminsky Gymnasium. The players helped determine which child would be placed on which team and also worked with the Little Leaguers to develop their skills.

The event organizers think it was a very positive thing for the kids who showed up, as they not only practiced, but also caught the attention of older role models.

“I think it’s great for them to be here with the high school students,” said Nathan Horton, president of the Joplin Little League. “Just to see that next level that maybe they hope to reach one day. A lot of these high school kids also grew up playing Little League, so it’s really great to see them giving back too.

Joplin High School baseball player Joe Jasper says, “It helps future generations for Joplin baseball. I also have a little brother who is here today, so he was super excited about it. So helping all these kids is just a cool thing to do.

Joplin Little League is still looking for some coaches and volunteers. If you are interested in helping, you can contact the league on their website.

As for the secondary team, it will play its Jamboree this Tuesday at home.

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Grove City College Baseball Team Wins Home Opener, Gives Royer 600th Place | Sports https://nyrenegades.com/grove-city-college-baseball-team-wins-home-opener-gives-royer-600th-place-sports/ Fri, 11 Mar 2022 04:15:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/grove-city-college-baseball-team-wins-home-opener-gives-royer-600th-place-sports/ GROVE CITY — The Grove City College baseball team earned a 5-3 non-conference victory Thursday afternoon over visiting Allegheny in the 2022 home opener at Jack Behringer Field. The victory is the 600th NCAA coaching victory for Grove City head coach Matt Royer. Grove City (8-3) broke a 3-3 tie in the seventh inning by […]]]>

GROVE CITY — The Grove City College baseball team earned a 5-3 non-conference victory Thursday afternoon over visiting Allegheny in the 2022 home opener at Jack Behringer Field. The victory is the 600th NCAA coaching victory for Grove City head coach Matt Royer.

Grove City (8-3) broke a 3-3 tie in the seventh inning by scoring two runs. Junior right fielder Anthony Tambellini started with a bunt single, moved to second on a sacrifice from freshman second baseman Luke Vittone and then scored the go-ahead on a single by rookie DH Mally Kilbane.

Senior first baseman Bubba Hamilton extended the lead to 5-3 by driving senior left fielder Jesse Clary with a sacrifice fly.

The Wolverines trailed 1-0 in the sixth inning, but took their first lead of the game with a three-run rally. Clary scored on a pitch by junior receiver CJ Saylor and Kilbane then crossed home on a single by freshman center fielder Nico Rodriguez. Sophomore third baseman Markus Williams drove to Hamilton with a sacrifice fly.

Clary also hat-tricked for Grove City and Kilbane doubled.

Sophomore pitcher Nick Guidas took the relief victory by striking out four men over his two innings. Rookie Evan Umland pitched two no-hitter innings to earn his fourth save. Umland also netted four goals.

Senior Tate Ostrowski started and allowed a run in five innings. Ostrowski fanned three and allowed four hits.

Royer is in his seventh season as Grove City head coach. He led Grove City to a program record in a season of 28 wins in 2019 and guided Wolverines to a 28-win season last year. He compiled a 130-89 record at Grove City. Royer has also coached at Wheaton (Illinois), Kutztown and Liberty. He was also a head coach at the school and college levels.

Grove City will visit La Roche next Wednesday in non-conference action at 4 p.m.

MEN’S LACROSSE

GROVE CITY — The Grove City College men’s lacrosse team lost a 12-10 home decision Wednesday night to 11th-ranked John Carroll (4-0) in non-conference action at the Robert E. Thorn Field. Grove City trailed 12-5 after three quarters before coming back up in the final 15 minutes.

Freshman forward Matt Blythe sparked the comeback by scoring an unassisted goal with 10:39 remaining. Junior forward James Petrolle cut the lead to 12-7 with an unassisted goal at 7:30.

Freshman midfielder Alec Jones scored his first goal of the season with 4:37 remaining while senior Grant Evans scored 36 seconds later. Petrolle scored with 1:23 left thanks to an assist from senior midfielder Michael La Forte. John Carroll held off the Wolverines for the final 83 seconds, however.

Senior midfielder Brett Gladstone paced Grove City with three goals. La Forte and second-year midfielder Jack Atwood also scored.

Evans won 18 of 26 faceoffs and led Grove City with 12 ground runs. La Forte and senior midfielder Jed Speers each recorded five ground balls. Junior David Kraus picked up four balls on the ground.

Gladstone, Kraus and second-year midfielder Jack Carpenter all caused two turnovers. Each team returned possession 18 times.

Grove City edged John Carroll, 45-35, including a 21-1 advantage in the fourth quarter. Grove City had 24 shots on goal and JCU 17.

Second-year goaltender Jack Petit made three saves in the first half. Senior RJ Miller made two saves in the final 30 minutes.

THIEL

FORT MYERS, Pa. — The Thiel College baseball team defeated the Rockford Regents, 18-8, in the Gene Cusic Classic on Wednesday.

Rockford took a 1-0 lead in the first inning, but the Tomcats also started the game with a four-run first inning. Six singles gave the Tomcats a 4-1 lead late in the first.

Starter Thiel Max Siguenza (Sharpsville High) calmed down and did not allow running the rest of his outing. The Tomcats added plenty of assurances though. In the fourth inning, the Tomcats scored 10 runs to take a 14-1 lead. Jamin Wentling (Greenville High) hit a grand slam in the inning. It was the second game in a row the Tomcats won a grand slam.

The Tomcats added four more runs and took an 18-1 lead in the sixth inning. The Regents added seven more points to make it 18-8, but Tomcat’s lead was insurmountable.

Wentling led the Tomcats with four RBIs and added three hits and two runs, including the Grand Slam. Dan Lutz was a perfect 4-for-4 with two runs and an RBI. Chase Morrison had three hits, three RBIs and two runs. Trey Williams reached base three times with two hits and a walk. He led the Tomcats with three points in the contest.

Siguenza got the win and the quality start with six innings pitched and six strikeouts. He allowed just one run on four hits. Charlie Luedtke made his Tomcat debut and struck out three in a shutout inning.

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Galt High School Bulletin Board Sponsored by 3 Local Businesses | News https://nyrenegades.com/galt-high-school-bulletin-board-sponsored-by-3-local-businesses-news/ Wed, 09 Mar 2022 18:49:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/galt-high-school-bulletin-board-sponsored-by-3-local-businesses-news/ The Galt High School baseball field has a brand new scoreboard after three local businesses teamed up to fund and assemble it. The previous dashboard malfunctioned, so Cal-Waste Recovery Systems, Bockmon & Woody Electric Co. Inc., and Diede Construction Inc. teamed up to replace it. They also installed netting to keep baseballs from flying on […]]]>

The Galt High School baseball field has a brand new scoreboard after three local businesses teamed up to fund and assemble it. The previous dashboard malfunctioned, so Cal-Waste Recovery Systems, Bockmon & Woody Electric Co. Inc., and Diede Construction Inc. teamed up to replace it. They also installed netting to keep baseballs from flying on Highway 99.

“It means so much to us that you are ready to provide us with the scoreboard,” head coach Michael Tassano told sponsors ahead of a game on March 2. “It beautifies the pitch and gives us the opportunity to light it up every play.”

MaryBeth Ospital, who coordinates community outreach for Cal-Waste, said the scorecard “gives these kids a sense of pride in the field they now have. And that’s kind of part of what Cal-Waste does, with Diede and Bockmon & Woody, giving back to the community with community service, so we were happy to do that.

Pictured above, the Galt High baseball team stands in front of the new scoreboard on March 2. They are joined by, from left, head coach Michael Tassano and Cal-Waste’s Casey and Rudy Vaccarezza; and, from right, assistant coach Jason Evans and Cody and Jake Diede of Diede Construction.

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Local roundup: Bucknell women win Patriot League quarter-final playoff game | News, Sports, Jobs https://nyrenegades.com/local-roundup-bucknell-women-win-patriot-league-quarter-final-playoff-game-news-sports-jobs/ Tue, 08 Mar 2022 07:32:41 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/local-roundup-bucknell-women-win-patriot-league-quarter-final-playoff-game-news-sports-jobs/ The playoffs continue for Bucknell’s women’s basketball team. The Bison edged Lehigh in a thriller, 56-53, in the Patriot League quarterfinals Monday night to advance to the semifinals against Navy Thursday at 6 p.m. at Bucknell. The other Patriot League semi-final features Boston versus American. Isabella King scored 19 points to power Bucknell. […]]]>

The playoffs continue for Bucknell’s women’s basketball team. The Bison edged Lehigh in a thriller, 56-53, in the Patriot League quarterfinals Monday night to advance to the semifinals against Navy Thursday at 6 p.m. at Bucknell.

The other Patriot League semi-final features Boston versus American.

Isabella King scored 19 points to power Bucknell. Cecelia Collins and Carly Krsul each scored 10, and Taylor O’Brien added nine.

Lehigh was led by Emma Grothaus, who had a double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds. Frannie Hottinger scored 11 points for Lehigh.

• In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the Penn College baseball team shared a doubleheader against Bridgewater State and Manhattanville. The Wildcats fell to Bridgewater, 13-10, before beating Manhattanville, 17-16.

Bridgewater took an 11-3 lead in five innings.

Nathan Gustkey went 4 for 5 with a double, three RBIs and two runs scored. Jacob Carles hit a home run and a double, and Tyler Rudolph and Cameron Dick each hit a double for the Wildcats.

Penn College had 13 hits against Bridgewater State.

Against Manhattanville, Conner Burke’s double in the ninth sealed the victory for the Wildcats.

Penn College baseball coach Chris Howard hit a big milestone Sunday by recording his 300th and 301st career wins with the Wildcats after Penn College swept Hilbert, 9-7, 8-7.

This is Howard’s 14th season with the Wildcats. He produced ten 20-win seasons and three conference championships.

• Laurel McHale had three goals and two assists, and Emma Cashwell also had a hat trick, but Bucknell’s women’s lacrosse team saw their three-game winning streak come to an end with a 16-11 loss to Campbell .

Sam Bischoff and Joslin Hanbury scored three times each, and Ally Heath had a goal and three assists to lead the Fighting Camels, who went 3-2 high this season.

Campbell made good use of a few spot points and led the game for the final 41 minutes. The game was tied at 2-2 after one quarter, but with the pouring rain and gusting winds, the Fighting Camels scored the first four goals of the second quarter to build a 6-2 lead.

A pair of standout efforts on goal helped sophomore Zoe Stauffer earn her first MAC Freedom Defensive Player of the Week award.

The Lititz native recorded 22 saves in a loss to Muhlenberg, the most for a Warrior goaltender since 2009 and tied for ninth most in program history. She followed that up by making 11 saves in a 17-5 win over Mount Aloysius, the team’s first win of the year.

Stauffer is the first Warrior to win a weekly conference award since Hailey Kimble was named MAC Commonwealth Offensive Player of the Week on March 16, 2020. She is the first Defensive Player of the Week since Erica Spero won MAC honors. Commonwealth on May 2, 2016.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Bucknell 56, Lehigh 53

(Patriot League Quarter-Finals)

LEHIGH (19-11)

Frannie Hottinger 5-7 0-0 11; Emma Grothaus 4-10 2-2 13; Mackenzie Kramer 4-17 0-0 8; Clear Steele 2-3 0-2 5; Megan Walker 2-7 1-2 5; Jamie Behar 1-4 0-0 3; Kaylee Van Eps 0-0 0-0 0; Meghan O’Brien 2-6 1-2 5; Anna Harvey 1-2 0-0 3; Ella Stemmer 0-1 0-0 0; Maddie Albrecht 0-0 0-0 0; Jackie Vargas-Bines 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 21-57 4-8 53.

BUCKNEL (22-8)

Isabelle King 7-11 0-0 19; Emma Shaffer 2-5 1-2 5; Cecilia Collins 3-8 2-4 10; Taylor O’Brien 3-17 3-4 9; Marly walls 0-7 0-2 0; Carly Krisul 4-10 2-4 10; Tai Johnson 0-2 0-0 0; Remi Sisselman 1-2 0-0 3; Julie Kulesza 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 20-63 8-16 56.

Lehigh 17 14 14 8 – 53

Bucknell 14 9 15 18 – 56

3-point goals: Lehigh 7-24 (Grothaus 3-5, Steele 1-1, Behar 1-4, Harvey 1-2, Hottinger 1-1, O’Brien 0-2, Walker 0-3, Kramer 0- 6), Bucknell 8-23 (King 5-9, Collins 2-5, Sisselman 1-2, Kulesza 0-1, O’Brien 0-2, Walls 0-2, Johnson 0-2). Foul: Lehigh-Hottinger; Bucknell-no. Rebounds: Lehigh 44 (Grothaus 13), Bucknell 39 (O’Brien 8). Assists: Lehigh 12 (Walker 4), Bucknell 11 (Collins 4). Technical fouls: Lehigh-none; Bucknell-no. Total Fouls: Lehigh 15, Bucknell 9. A: 1,239.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Bridgewater State 13, Penn College 10

(in Myrtle Beach, SC)

Bridgewater State 222 140 200 – 13 11 2

Penn College 110 103 022 – 10 13 6

Patrick Cashin, Ethan Grade (6), Harrison Loud (8), Tyler Medeiros (9) and Eric Longley. Ben Bretzelman, Andrew Snyder (5), Kevin Cute (8) and Nathan Gustkey. W: Cashin (1-0). L: Bretzman (0-1).

Bridgewater State’s best hitters: Jay Wladkowski 3-5; Scott Emerson 2-5, 2G, RBI, 2 points; Joe Frechette 2-4, 2B, 4 RBIs, 2 runs; Dan Saraceno 2-5, HR, 3 RBI, rush; Jonathan O’D’Onnell 2-3, RBI, 2 points. Penn College’s top hitters; Jake Wagner 2-3, 2 RBIs; Tyler Rudolph 2-3, 2 points; Nathan Gustkey 4-5, 2G, 3 RBI, 2 runs; Jacob Carles, 2B, HR; Cameron Dick, 2B.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Campbell 16, Bucknell 11

Campbell 2 5 7 2 — 16

Bucknell 2 3 4 2 — 11

Campbell goals: Sam Bischoff 3, Joslin Hanbury 3, Julianna Sanchez 2, Kyla Azzato 2, Rasa Welsh 2, Ally Heath 1, Megan Matthews 1, Mackenzie Kolesar 1, Laura Will 1. Bucknell goals: Emma Cashwell 3, Laurel McHale 3, Katie Wendall 2, Allie Boyce 1, Carly Cenci 1, Caroline Miller 1.

Shots: Campbell 27, Bucknell 16. Saves: Campbell 5, Bucknell 11.

Records: Campbell (3-2), Bucknell (3-2).



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Southland Academy baseball team opens 2022 season with win over Trinity Christian https://nyrenegades.com/southland-academy-baseball-team-opens-2022-season-with-win-over-trinity-christian/ Wed, 02 Mar 2022 19:33:56 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/southland-academy-baseball-team-opens-2022-season-with-win-over-trinity-christian/ AMERICUS – The Southland Academy Raider (SAR) baseball team started their season on a high with a 10-7 victory over Trinity Christian of Dublin, GA (TCS) on Tuesday, March 1 at Southland Academy. The Raiders scored 10 runs on 11 hits and capitalized on two errors made by the Crusaders. SAR infielder Greer Hagerson spearheaded […]]]>

AMERICUS – The Southland Academy Raider (SAR) baseball team started their season on a high with a 10-7 victory over Trinity Christian of Dublin, GA (TCS) on Tuesday, March 1 at Southland Academy.

The Raiders scored 10 runs on 11 hits and capitalized on two errors made by the Crusaders.

SAR infielder Greer Hagerson spearheaded the Raiders’ offensive attack by going 3-for-4 at the plate with a double, two singles and three runs scored. Shortstop Henry Johnson, center Caleb Law and wide receiver Will Godwin also had several hits in this game for SAR. Johnson went 2 for 4 with three RBIs, Godwin went 2 for 3 with a double, a single and an RBI, and Law went 2 for 4 with two RBIs and a run scored.

Southland Academy starting pitcher Chase Ledger struck out six batters over three innings of work in SAR’s 10-7 victory over Trinity Christian.
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Chase Ledger got the start on the hill for the Raiders and was solid through the first three innings. Ledger allowed one run on two hits and struck out six TCS batters. Perry Usher came on as a relief from Ledger, but had a tougher time in his two innings of work. Usher allowed four runs on six hits, walked one and struck out three. Hagerson was the third and final launcher used by SAR. In the last two innings, he allowed two runs on two hits, walked three and struck out four.

The Raiders scored three runs late in the second inning to take a 3-0 lead. Hagerson started the frame by reaching on an error and Scout Luvin would later bring Hagerson home on a sacrificial fly for the first inning of the game. After a single by Law and a walk to Hudson Collins from TCS starting pitcher Nathan Sumner, Henry Johnson led Law on an RBI single. Chase Ledger then drew a walk to charge the bases and Usher drove Collins in when he was hit by a pitch.

Southland Academy infielder Greer Hagerson slides safely into third base for a triple. Hagerson went 3-for-4 at the plate with three runs scored to help lead the Raiders to victory.
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The Crusaders responded with a run in the top of the third inning on an RBI single from Ryan Flanders, but the Raiders responded with three more runs on four hits late in the third, including doubles from Hagerson and Godwin.

The TCS still wouldn’t go, however, as Kyle Currie launched a run on a triple RBI and Zack White followed that up with an RBI single in the top of the fourth inning, making it 6-3 in favor of the Raiders. .

However, SAR responded with two more runs late in the fourth. With two outs, Hagerson scored a single, Godwin tied, and Luvin hit an error to load Caleb Law’s bases. Law then took the opportunity to drive to Hagerson on an RBI single. Hudson Collins then took one for the team as he was hit by a pitch that allowed courtesy runner Travis Pennington to score from third, making it 8-3 SAR.

Southland Academy center back Caleb Law went 2-for-4 at home plate with two RBIs and a run scored in the Raiders’ 10-7 win over Trinity Christian to start the 2022 season.
Photo by Ken Gustafson

The Crusaders responded with two runs in the fifth and one in the sixth to close the gap at 8-6, but SAR got the two insurance runs they needed late in the sixth. With runners at second and third with one out, Caleb Law dug in on picking a defenseman that allowed Pennington to score and Luvin would later score on wild pitch. The Crusaders threatened in the top of the seventh when Hagerson launched a two-out run, but he managed to get Ben Helton to line up in center field to end the game.

Kyle Currie led the Crusaders offense going 3-for-4 at the plate with an RBI and a run scored. With the loss, the TCS is now 4-1 this season.

The Raiders (1-0) will go for their second straight win when they travel to Albany to face Deerfield-Windsor on Thursday, March 3 at 6:30 p.m.

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TVA Credit Union Stadium Gets New Scoreboard | WJHL https://nyrenegades.com/tva-credit-union-stadium-gets-new-scoreboard-wjhl/ Wed, 02 Mar 2022 14:23:02 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/tva-credit-union-stadium-gets-new-scoreboard-wjhl/ by: BestReviews Staff, BestReviews Staff Job : March 2, 2022 / 9:23 a.m. EST Update: March 2, 2022 / 9:24 a.m. EST JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) — Renovations to the TVA Credit Union baseball stadium in the 2022 season will kick off with a new scoreboard. Park officials revealed that a new left-field LED video […]]]>

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JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) — Renovations to the TVA Credit Union baseball stadium in the 2022 season will kick off with a new scoreboard.

Park officials revealed that a new left-field LED video board, measuring 30 feet wide and 16 feet high, will replace the old board.

Park officials added that the new council will have several features.

“That’s something I’ve learned from previous experience with video cards,” said park assistant general manager Patrick Ennis. “Fans love seeing themselves on the video board. We’re going to have a traveling camera. He will be able to show them on the video board and involve them in the game.”

The Johnson City Doughboys, Tri-Cities Otter Soccer Club and Science Hill Baseball Team will have the opportunity to enjoy the new exhibit.

The Doughboys kick off the 2022 on June 2 with a game against the Elizabethton River Riders.

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Fullerton Boys’ Basketball Team Reaches Potential in CIF-SS Playoffs – Orange County Register https://nyrenegades.com/fullerton-boys-basketball-team-reaches-potential-in-cif-ss-playoffs-orange-county-register/ Fri, 25 Feb 2022 01:40:21 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/fullerton-boys-basketball-team-reaches-potential-in-cif-ss-playoffs-orange-county-register/ This happens every sports year in high school in all high school sports. Teams play their best in the playoffs, which is the best time to do it. The Fullerton boys’ basketball team is one such team. The Indians finished third in the six-team Freeway League with a 5-5 league record. They have lost their […]]]>

This happens every sports year in high school in all high school sports.

Teams play their best in the playoffs, which is the best time to do it.

The Fullerton boys’ basketball team is one such team.

The Indians finished third in the six-team Freeway League with a 5-5 league record. They have lost their last two regular season games, league losses to Troy and Sunny Hills.

Fresh off four wins in the CIF Southern Section Division 4AA playoffs, Fullerton is in Friday night’s championship game against Garden Grove at Garden Grove High.

Fullerton opened the CIF-SS playoffs with a 58-49 victory over Garden Grove League champion Santiago, beat Rio Mesa 59-39 at home in the second round and earned a quarter-final home victory against the champion Rio Mesa.

In Tuesday’s semi-finals, Fullerton traveled to face No. 1 seed Artesia, the 605 League champion who was 26-5 and had a great history with the likes of James Harden and the O brothers. ‘Bannon, Charles and Ed.

“We knew Artesia was good,” Fullerton third-year coach Erik Kamrath said. “There’s a lot of basketball history in this school and it’s hard to get into it. I looked at our kids’ faces and saw that they weren’t scared.

Fullerton won, 58-56. Junior guard Josiah Reed led the Indians with 15 points. Sophomore guard Isaiah Reed scored 13 points with three 3-pointers and senior guard Ezekiel Yousling scored nine of three 3-pointers.

The Indians train as hard as they play.

“Our work ethic is through the roof,” Fullerton junior point guard Christian Hubbard said. “We focus on the little things like boxing every possession, making the right pass, talking defense. We’ve got talent, but we’re not incredibly talented, so we have to do those things well.

Kamrath’s scouting report on 4AA Championship game opponent Garden Grove…

“There’s a reason they’ve come this far,” Kamrath said. “They didn’t get there by accident. They know what they need to do to be successful and they do it well.

What sounds like Kamrath is talking about his own team.

REMARKS

• Western, led by senior guards Ahmad Hammouri and Jameson Labasan, will make their CIF-SS Men’s Basketball Championship debut on Friday in the 4A final at Dos Pueblos in Goleta. Western manager Marc Harrison felt his side could do something special with their 56-47 first-round win over Chadwick, a team that beat Western 53-35 at the Bolsa Grande tournament in December . “We turned that 18-point loss into a win by ‘getting up’ in the other team’s faces and playing good defense,” Harrison said.

• The CIF-SS office has sent each school participating in a boys’ or girls’ basketball championship game a link to purchase game tickets on GoFan.co so that schools can, if they wish, provide first access tickets to team members’ families, students and others in their school communities.

• Five of the six Orange County men’s basketball teams participating in CIF-SS championship games are public school teams: Dana Hills, Fullerton, Garden Grove, San Juan Hills and Western. JSerra is the only private school team in the county to participate in a men’s basketball final.

• Friday will be a busy day at JSerra. The Lions boys soccer team play at home against Servite in the CIF-SS Division 1 Championship game at 5 p.m. BallySports.com will broadcast this game live.

• Servite swept both of its Trinity League soccer games against JSerra. The Brothers won 4-0 at Servite, 3-1 at JSerra.

• The Sunny Hills men’s soccer team takes on Norte Vista at Ramona High on Saturday at 5 pm in the Division 3 championship game. Sunny Hills have won 13 of their last 14 games.

• Orange County has several contenders who could win medals at the CIF State Wrestling Championships this week, including El Dorado runner-up Isaiah Quintero at 106 pounds. Quintero could see Gilroy rookie Isaiah Cortez in the final. Cortez and Quintero are familiar foes, having battled each other and worked together in the offseason.

• The Orange Lutheran baseball team, ranked No. 6 in the nation by MaxPreps.com, captured the Prep Baseball Report Preseason Invitational championship with a 12-1 victory over Yucaipa on Saturday. The Lancers’ other tournament wins were against Gahr 2-1, Ayala 4-3 and Huntington Beach 5-0. The tournament had “Pre-Season” in the title, but those games count towards regular season records.

• Loyola could be the best CIF-SS men’s volleyball team this season. The Cubs swept Mater Dei in three sets Wednesday at Loyola. Two of Orange County’s top teams, Corona del Mar and Newport Harbor, will have a shot at Loyola next month — Corona del Mar at Loyola on March 8, Loyola at Newport Harbor on March 12.

• Recent hiring of county football head coaches: Phil Hughes, longtime Sunny Hills assistant coach at Canyon; former Orange Lutheran head coach JP Presley at Esperanza; and former El Dorado and Yorba Linda assistant Fred Manriquez at Whittier Christian.

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The Milwaukee Bears played in the National Negro League https://nyrenegades.com/the-milwaukee-bears-played-in-the-national-negro-league/ Wed, 23 Feb 2022 02:45:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/the-milwaukee-bears-played-in-the-national-negro-league/ MILWAUKEE — A University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee doctoral student is working to preserve the history of the city’s 1920s black professional baseball team. A love for baseball and history led Ken Bartelt to discover the history of the Milwaukee Bears. “They had a difficult season with 14 wins and 52 losses and one draw, so they […]]]>

MILWAUKEE — A University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee doctoral student is working to preserve the history of the city’s 1920s black professional baseball team.

A love for baseball and history led Ken Bartelt to discover the history of the Milwaukee Bears.

“They had a difficult season with 14 wins and 52 losses and one draw, so they weren’t really successful,” Bartelt recalled.

In 1923, this group of black professional baseball players were in a league of their own.

“The Bears were part of one of the most important moments in Negro League history. They played in one of the very first games led by black men,” Bartelt said.

The team had no home field and had to rent an athletic park, better known now as Borchert Field, when the all-white Milwaukee Braves were not playing.

“A lot of players were from Chicago, some had played with Rube Foster, some were from New Orleans as well,” Bartelt said.

Bartelt could only find one photo showing some of the original team members, but in recent years the Milwaukee Brewers, who were a minor league in 1923, have paid tribute to the Bears in wearing their throwback jerseys during the regular season. season.

“These people desperately wanted to play a game that they loved professionally, and they brought a lot of joy to their community. I think that sometimes gets lost,” Bartelt said.

Bob Kendrick, president of the National Negro League Museum in Kansas City Missouri, is determined to ensure that the stories of these players and the Negro League are preserved.

“When you delved into that story, you learned that the story is so much bigger than the game of baseball,” he said. “It’s a story about the importance of economic empowerment, it’s a story about an unprecedented level of leadership and ultimately, it’s the story of America’s social advancement.”

Both Kendrick and Barelt agree, just as important as Jackie Robinson was to breaking the color barrier in 1947, as was the existence of the Negro league and teams like the Milwaukee Bears.

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