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first_imgLINCOLN — The Sumner cheer team added it to its early-season trophy haul Saturday afternoon with a first-place finish in the Penobscot Valley Conference Class C championships at Mattanawcook Academy.Sumner topped second-place Central and third-place Mattanawcook Academy to win the title. It was the second championship win of the season for the Tigers, who won the Downeast Athletic Conference title Jan. 11.At the meet, Sumner’s Jessica Snowdeal and Monica Pettegrow were announced as PVC Class C Coaches of the Year. The co-coaches also shared the honor in 2019 after leading the Tigers to a DVC championship and a second-place finish at PVCs.Bucksport, competing in its first competitive meet of the season, finished fifth behind the aforementioned teams and fourth-place Houlton. Calais, Dexter, Foxcroft and Orono rounded out the rest of the nine-team field.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn Presque Isle, Ellsworth finished second to Hermon in the PVC Class B championships. The runner-up finish was the second in as many weeks for the Eagles, who fell just 1.2 points short of Hermon at Big Easts.Local teams will return to action for their respective Northern Maine championship meets next Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. The Class B North competition will begin at 9 a.m. with Class the D North/South and Class C North competitions set to follow at 11:15 a.m. and 2:45 p.m., respectively.last_img read more

first_imgMICHAEL POPPY/Herald photoAt his weekly press conference Monday, UW head footballcoach Bret Bielema announced wide receiver Marcus Randle El would be leavingthe team because of injury issues.”Going into the year, we didn’t think he would be able tomake it through our double-day sessions,” Bielema said, adding he and Randle Elmade the joint decision after the wide out’s surgically repaired knee reallybegan to bother him in recent weeks. “He gutted it up and got to the pointwhere he is today, but he is going to pursue a medical scholarship at thispoint, hopefully be able to duplicate what we’ve done with Justin Ostrowski.”Ostrowski, a former defensive tackle, gave up playing football during the pastoffseason after knee injuries continued to nag him. He is still around the teamsomewhat, and was introduced Saturday along with his classmates during theteam’s pregame Senior Day festivities.The younger brother of former Indiana quarterback andcurrent Washington Redskins wide receiver Antwaan Randle El, Marcus Randle Elwas hampered by injuries during his time with the Badgers. He caught fourpasses for 45 yards and a touchdown over parts of three seasons.”Marcus, obviously because of his name and what he brings tothe table, came in with a lot of expectations and played as a freshman and thenwas injured,” Bielema said. “It’s just been something. Personally for him, it’sbeen a hard, hard struggle, and we’re trying to help him through it as much aswe can.”Axe gameSaturday’s game will mark the 117th time Wisconsin andMinnesota have faced off against one another on the football field, making the BoarderBattle the most played rivalry in NCAA Division I college football.While Bielema has only been a part of the rivalry for Paul Bunyan’s Axe thepast three seasons, he has already embraced the history that goes along withsuch a storied, lengthy series.”One of the great things that coach Alvarez taught me washow much he emphasized the history of the Axe and how we use it in recruitingto display it,” Bielema said, continuing on to say he is educating his playersall week on the history of the rivalry, going as far back as the early 1900s.In a series marked by occasional wild games and finishes,Bielema knows he and his staff have their work cut out for them to avoid ashocking loss at the hands of the woeful Gophers (1-10, 0-7 Big Ten).”What I pointed out to our players is this: You’re going tohave a group of seniors that are going into their last home game like ourseniors just did this past Saturday,” Bielema said.”And to go through the season they had this year and played very competitive inall the ballgames … it just hasn’t turned out the way they wanted in the end.And I’m sure we’re going to get their best effort of the year.”Injury reportDespite not practicing at all last week, running back P.J.Hill was able to play sparingly Saturday against Michigan, running five timesfor 14 yards.         While the team hasn’t practiced yet this week, Bielema saidhe expected his sophomore tailback to practice Tuesday and be available for theupcoming game.As for quarterback Tyler Donovan, who left the Senior Daywin in the fourth quarter after banging his hand on a helmet on the follow-throughof a throw, Bielema was cautiously optimistic.”We expect him to be involved in some capacity on Tuesday and just see how heprogresses throughout the course of the week,” Bielema said.Shaughnessy honoredDefensive end Matt Shaughnessy was honored by the Big Tenthis week as the conference Co-Defensive Player of the Week, sharing the honorwith Penn State linebacker Dan Connor.Shaughnessy led the Wisconsin defense Saturday with seventackles, including 1.5 sacks and 2.5 tackles for a loss.Linebacker DeAndre Levy was the last Wisconsin player toearn Defensive Player of the Week honors. Levy was recognized for his play inWisconsin’s Oct. 27 game against Indiana.last_img read more

first_imgRelated Articles Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter center_img Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone THE GAME: With almost all of their regulars playing for the first time this spring and everyone wearing Orange Coast College caps to honor former OCC baseball coach John Altobelli who died, along with his wife and daughter, and six others in the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash last month, the Angels beat the Cincinnati Reds 7-3 on Tuesday afternoon in Tempe, Ariz. Anthony Rendon had hits in each of his first two spring training at-bats with his new team. He had a single to left and one to right.PITCHING REPORT: Right-hander Dylan Bundy pitched two scoreless innings, with four strikeouts. Bundy gave up a leadoff walk and then struck out the next three in the second inning. … Left-hander Jose Suarez pitched two scoreless innings, working around a hit and a walk in his first inning. “This kid here, once he really gets his major league confidence going on and he knows he can do this, he can be really good,” Manager Joe Maddon said. … The Angels’ starters in their three games so far have combined for six scoreless innings. Suarez is also a starter candidate, even though he pitched second on Tuesday. … Right-hander Keynan Middleton allowed a solo homer in one inning. … Right-hander Noé Ramirez pitched a scoreless inning, with three strikeouts and a walk. … Right-hander Cam Bedrosian gave up a homer in one inning. … Left-hander Jose Quijada pitched a perfect inning.HITTING REPORT: The Angels scored two runs in each of the first three innings, while the regulars were playing. In the first inning, Mike Trout (walk), Rendon (hit) and Shohei Ohtani (hit by pitch) all reached to load the bases. Albert Pujols then drove in two with a single. “Up and down the batting order the at-bats all day were very good,” Maddon said. “The varsity looked really good. They set a great tone and you’re going to see a lot of that during the season.” … Trout just missed a homer in his second trip, with the wind knocking down his drive at the warning track. “I hit that ball good,” Trout said. “A good spring training out.” … Ohtani came out using a modified version of the leg kick he had in his first spring training, in 2018. He abandoned the leg kick just before the start of his rookie season, but now he’s experimenting with a lesser version of the leg kick. “I still need to try both, with and without the leg kick, just try to test each one,” Ohtani said through his interpreter. … Justin Upton had a walk in his two trips in his spring debut. … Taylor Ward homered and tripled, although his triple was a wind-blown pop-up that dropped down the right field line. He drove in three runs.UP NEXT: Angels (RHP Griffin Canning) vs. Dodgers (RHP Josiah Gray), Tuesday, noon PT, Glendale, Ariz. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more