ESM volleyball has 1-2 stretch, beats Utica Proctor


first_imgShare this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: CBAESMvolleyball In the last days before the school holiday break, girls volleyball teams from East Syracuse Minoa and Christian Brothers Academy earned victories.The Spartans took on Utica Proctor last Thursday and endured a couple of tough sets, but still swept the Raiders 25-22, 25-16, 25-23 to reach the .500 mark at 3-3.Alana Day led the way as she put together nine assists, four kills and four digs. Olivia Fortuno had eight kills, three blocks and three digs. Skyler Mahoney also got four kills and Morgan Ransom earned six assists, with Helena Scolaro earning four aces and Jazmin Tyo getting four assists.Then ESM visited New Hartford last Monday, and in this Spartan clash the hosts got the best of it in four sets.After dropping the first set 25-18, ESM won the second set 25-20 to pull even. Yet New Hartford absorbed this and controlled the rest of the match, winning the third set 25-10 and the fourth set 25-16.As for CBA, it played last Friday at Cato-Meridian, taking only three sets to put away the Blue Devils 25-9, 25-16, 24. The Brothers improved to 4-1 overall and, after a tournament this Friday at Onondaga, will resume its league slate Jan. 6 at Faith Heritage.Back on Dec. 16, ESM faced Cortland and lost in four sets to the Purple Tigers.Cortland had roared out to a 5-0 start, highlighted by rallying from two sets down to knock off reigning sectional Class B champion Chittenango in five on Dec. 10. Not stopping there, the Purple Tigers swept CBA a day later and then, on Dec. 13, survived a comeback bid from Onondaga to claim another five-set decision.So the ESM match was Cortland’s fourth in seven days, but it jumped all over the Spartans in 25-14 and 25-13 sets.Recovering well from this, ESM did win the third set 25-13 to prolong the match, but with all of its starters back, the Purple Tigers closed it out 25-11 in the fourth.Fortuno produced six kills for the Spartans, adding five assists and five digs. Day had seven assists and 10 digs, with Ransom getting 11 digs and Scolaro and Tyo getting seven digs apiece.To lead Cortland, Grace Call produced 16 assists, her passes often going to Kayci Olson, who had nine kills. Lexi Zacek paced the Purple Tigers’ defense, earning nine digs.ESM plays in  the Watertown Pink-Out Clash this weekend, and goes to another tournament at Mount Markham on Jan. 4 a day after a match against Camden.last_img read more

Marathonbet announces the UK launch of its Casino Mobile site


first_img StumbleUpon HBLB ups prize money commitment by 50% July 31, 2020 Share Marathonbet has announced the UK launch of its Casino Mobile site, which gives players access to a range of online card, table and slot games.Customers can now play slot favourites including Jungle Jim, Dragonz and Huangdi The Yellow Emperor, plus casino classics including Live Roulette and Blackjack.Additionally, the company will also roll-out a host of new mobile-friendly games each month, giving players more chances and more ways of winning.To celebrate the launch, Marathonbet is giving away a free £5 cash bonus when players deposit just £10 and play in the mobile casino.Christian Melin, Head of Gaming Research and Development at Marathonbet, said: “Our aim was to provide a product that could be customised to individual player needs whilst ensuring we were giving the best gaming experience possible. Our new mobile casino meets the criteria, giving an experience that is truly driven by its users.”As a global betting partner of Manchester United, Marathonbet launched the club’s first ever branded online live casino last October, which is open for business 24/7 and allows United fans worldwide to play on live roulette while immersed in a Manchester United-themed environment. The operator also has shirt sponsorship deals with Hibernian FC and Málaga CF. Related Articles Submit Kenneth Alexander: Industry’s regulatory future is in-play as live sport resumes June 15, 2020 SBC Awards: The key to an effective submission August 28, 2020 Sharelast_img read more

MAN IN SERIOUS CONDITION AFTER BULL ATTACK WHICH KILLED HIS TWIN BROTHER


first_imgThe scene were a local farmer was mauled by a bull a his farm in Burt. (North West Newspix)The twin brother of a man killed in a bull attack in Burt yesterday is still in a serious condition in hospital.George Dowds, 65, miraculously escaped being killed but his brother Patrick was not so lucky.The incident happened around 2pm at the townland of Toulett close to the Grianan of Aileach historical site. It is understood Patrick went to check on animals but when he did not return, his brother George call to see what was wrong.What happened next is unclear but George was also attacked while Patrick died at the scene from his injuries.George was rushed to Letterkenny General Hospital where he was still being treated last night.Local priest Fr Brendan Crowley said “It is a very, very sad situation. One brother is dead and the other is in a serious condition in hospital. “The brothers would be very well-known in the area. They are from a very large extended family in the Burt are who are very well-known and highly-respected members of the community.”Gardai from the Scenes of Crime investigation unit arrived at thescene yesterday where a full forensic examination of the field took place.The officers examined a number of items of clothing which were found in the field where the attack took place.The victim’s body was not removed from the scene until just before 6pmlast evening.A full investigation is being carried out by a number of agencies into the tragedy. MAN IN SERIOUS CONDITION AFTER BULL ATTACK WHICH KILLED HIS TWIN BROTHER was last modified: September 17th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:attackbullBURTGardaiGeorge DowdsPatrick Dowdslast_img read more