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Vermont high school sports scores for Friday, September 30

To report scores Coaches or team representatives are asked to report results ASAP after games by emailing sports@burlingtonfreepress.com. Please send with name/contact number. ►Contact Alex Abrami at aabrami@freepressmedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @aabrami5. ►Contact Jacob Rousseau at JRousseau@gannett.com. Follow on Twitter @ByJacobRousseau. PREVIOUS COVERAGE FRIDAY’S COLLEGE GAMES Women’s hockey V: Evelyne Blais-Savoie 2G. Theresa Schafzahl 1G. Hailey Burns 1G. Natalie Mlynkova 1G. Jessie McPherson 9 saves. R: Chloe McNeil 2G. Sarah Coe 23 saves. Note: Vermont connected on three goals in the second period (two power play goals) to win the season opener. Field hockey A: Charlotte Triggs 1G. RuiterRead News

Sports programs in northern climatic states face a new opponent: Scorching September

BIGFORK, Mt. — On a recent afternoon, it was 70 degrees on the high school football field in this northwestern Montana community less than 200 miles south of the U.S.-Canada border. Vikings head coach Jim Benn was going through drills with his team in the pristine fall weather without much interruption. Yet just a couple of weeks earlier, players needed frequent water breaks while sweating through temperatures in the low to mid-90s, about 15 degrees warmer than the season average. year. Although temperatures have started to drop now that fall is underway, Montana and many other states in the northernRead News

‘Silent phenomenon’: The rise of gun violence in school sports

MOBILE, Alabama — Security was tight at Vigor High School’s home game against rival Williamson last October. Tyrone Lea III and Christopher Dunn were among the hundreds of fans who packed Mobile’s 40,000-seat Ladd-Peebles Stadium and passed metal detectors, uniformed police officers and security guards. The school system increased security after nine people were shot at the stadium near the end of a high school football game in 2019, which came just months after a shooting at a nearby high school basketball game. Midway through the fourth quarter, with the game out of reach, Dunn and Lea decided to leave.Read News

Army vs. Georgia State live online stream, odds, channel, prediction, how to watch on CBS Sports Network

Week 5 of the college football season is in full swing as more great games continue on Saturday as the CBS Sports Network’s schedule of games continues to race for championships across the country. Two games took place on Friday, with three more slated for Saturday as the first week of October kicks off the season across the country so far. To start things off on Friday, UTSA defeated host Middle Tennessee 45-30 as the Blue Raiders bounced back from last week’s upset of Miami in the Conference USA opener for both teams. Then, in a Mountain West showdown laterRead News

Overtime – Friday, September 30th

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – It’s Week 6 of the 2022 high school football season. Kevin Sjuts and Eddie Messel are here to provide scoring updates, highlights and analysis. Aquinas Catholic 47, David City 6 Arcadia-Loup City 45, Pleasanton 28 Ashland-Greenwood 40, Fort Calhoun 10 Bishop Neumann 48, North Bend Central 18 Boyd County 30, Niobrara/Verdigre 28 Clarkson/Leigh 60, Cedar Bluffs 8 Columbus Lakeview 60, Schuyler 0 Dundy County Stratton 52, Loomis 0 Elkhorn High 49, Elkhorn North 35 Elmwood-Murdock 65, Conestoga 30 49 Fillmore Central, 15 Doniphan-Trumbull Gordon-Rushville 33, Valentine 13 Hartington-Newcastle 37, TCNE (Tri County Northeast) 8 Howells-Dodge 44,Read News

Sports Force Extra Week 6

SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – The sixth week of Sports Fource Extra brought phenomenal encounters to all three states of Siouxland. There was everything from ranked matches, rivalries and lots of homecoming games. Oakland-Craig 46 Archbishop Bergan 17 F O’Neill St. Mary’s 58 CWC 12 F North Union 17 West Fork 0 F / FORFEIT Hartington N’Castle 37 Tri County NE 8 F Catholic Norfolk 28 Battle Creek 7 F Ainsworth 52 Elgin / Pope John 44 F Spirit Lake 45 Estherville-LC 0 F Kingsley-Pierson 70 Glidden-Ralston 28 F Howells-Dodge 44 Humphrey St. Francis 8 F Remsen St. Marys 61 Newell-FondaRead News

Antonio Inoki, famous martial arts pioneer, dies at 79

Antonio Inoki, a martial arts pioneer, influential politician and larger-than-life figure in his native Japan, died on Friday at the age of 79. This was announced by the New Japan Pro-Wrestling promotion he founded. Inoki’s cause of death has not been released, but he had become ill in recent years and was confined to a wheelchair. Inoki retired from politics in 2019. Although he touched many parts of Japanese culture during his lifetime and became one of the most famous people in the country, Inoki was best known for his work in martial arts as a professional wrestler, promoter andRead News

12 Longest Active Playoff Droughts in NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL

The Seattle Mariners have ended the streak that no team should ever want to hold. After Friday’s win, the Mariners are headed to the playoffs for the first time in 21 years. This ended the longest active streak of most seasons without making the playoffs in the four major North American sports leagues. The Mariners punched their ticket to the 2022 playoffs by earning one of the three wild-card spots in the American League a year after they missed the playoffs by two games. With the Mariners getting the monkey off their back, here are the 12 longest active postseasonRead News

Local sports summary

Seymour’s Nicole Rebber sends a ball across the field to Kate Connell during the Owls’ home game against Columbus East on Thursday. For the second game in a row, the Seymour girls soccer team battled to a 0-0 tie. Thursday night was a home game against conference foe Columbus East, and both teams had opportunities to score but were never able to capitalize. In a scoreless first half, East put pressure on Seymour several times, but the Owls answered the challenge on the defensive third each time. The Olympians had three first half shots on the Owls. “We’re going toRead News

Preparations are underway for temporary indoor recreation, club sports spaces

Rec Center anticipated to close at end of semester for construction of new Wellness + Recreation facility Temporary campus indoor recreation, fitness and club sports facilities are currently being prepared in anticipation of the Helfaer Tennis Stadium and Rec Center, which will be decommissioned at the end of the Fall 2022 semester. Depending on funding and pending board approval in December, the building is scheduled to close at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16, to accommodate renovations and construction for a renovated, comprehensive Wellness + Recreation facility that will connect campus fitness and recreation facilities with the Marquette University Counseling CenterRead News

JD Sports UK expands Nike relationship with partnership deal

The JD Sports logo is seen outside a store in London, Britain, November 17, 2021. REUTERS/May James/File Photo LONDON, Sept 30 (Reuters) – Britain’s biggest sportswear retailer JD Sports Fashion ( JD.L ) has extended its ties with Nike Inc ( NKE.N ) in a deal that gives its customers access to more shoes and US brand clothing. The retailer said on Friday it would be Nike’s first European retail partner for its Affiliate Partnership loyalty programme, giving JD customers, starting in the UK, access to a selection of Nike members-only products, such as the Nike trainers Blazer Pro. “InRead News

Big 12 Conference Appoints WME Sports and IMG Media to Lead Global Content and Business Strategy

& # xD; & # xD; The Big 12 Conference announced today that it has appointed WME Sports and IMG Media, both Endeavor companies, to facilitate its global content and commercial strategy. Leaning on the expertise of the broader Endeavor network, WME Sports and IMG Media lead the Big 12’s: & # xD; o media strategy, consulting and negotiation; & # xD; o conference composition strategy; & # xD; o Prime asset valuation; and & # xD;

Pipeline: How UVA is becoming a launch pad for women in sports media

Her first course, Sports Journalism, had an enrollment of 24 students, including Emily Hybl, then a third-year pre-law student. Flash forward to August 2022 and Hybl is the sports show producer for an ESPN Radio affiliate in Los Angeles, the country’s second largest media market. Among the interns at her station this past summer was Khuyen Dinh, a fourth-year student at UVA. As the internship ended, Hybl sent a note to Clay that praised Dinh’s imagination, work ethic and responsibility. “If she graduated,” Hybl said, “we’d all want to hire her.” Clay’s program, somehow, filled up. She had reason toRead News

Police officers shop for sports gear with Lexington kids

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – Just inside the new Sports and Outdoors Academy, a group of excited young athletes are preparing to fill their shopping carts. “I said what do you want to do? What do you really want to do? He said I want to play basketball and I want to box. So we got him into boxing and once basketball season starts, I’ll help him do that,” said parent, Lisa Stewart. But as Lisa Stewart, and any parent can tell you, getting your kids into sports isn’t cheap. But seeing Dameyon’s eyes light up on Thursday is worth it.Read News

Sports Digest: Russian players given permission to play NHL games in Czech Republic

Russian players on the two NHL teams that open the season in the Czech Republic will still be able to participate in the two games of the Global Series in Prague. The Czech government has dropped its attempt to ban Russian players from the rosters of San Jose and Nashville, NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly said Thursday. The move paves the way for the Sharks and Predators to travel to Europe this weekend for training sessions and exhibition games in Germany and Switzerland, before facing off at the O2 Arena in Prague on October 7 and 8. The Czech ForeignRead News

The Dolphins suffered their first loss as the offense falters without Tu

By Henry McKennaFox Sports AFC East Writer The Miami Dolphins have posted a handful of wild wins this season, including two fourth-quarter comebacks, to become the last undefeated team in the AFC. Tua Tagovailoa and the Dolphins rallied against the Buffalo Bills in Week 3 despite trailing in the fourth quarter. Tagovailoa led a fourth-quarter touchdown drive that created a lead Buffalo couldn’t overcome. And in Week 2, Miami beat the Baltimore Ravens after erasing a 21-point deficit in a historic comeback. Against the Cincinnati Bengals, the Dolphins couldn’t come back. They suffered their first loss, 27-15. The difference inRead News

Listen to UK Sports Network radio coverage of Kentucky at Ole Miss

Listen to Darren Headrick, Jeremy Jarmon and Dusty Bonner on the Don Franklin Auto Countdown to Kickoff starting two hours before kickoff. Then stay locked in as Tom Leach, Jeff Piecoro and Dick Gabriel will have Kentucky calling Ole Miss, a game presented by KCTCS. Coverage will include pregame chats with Mitch Barnhart, Mark Stoops and Jacquez Jones! Related Stories Big Blue Preview: Kentucky at Ole Miss Video: White training after Wednesday Video: Coach Scangarello training after Tuesday

Sports Programs in States in Northern Climates Face a New Adversary: ​​September Reading

BIGFORK, Mont. – On a recent afternoon, it was 70 degrees on the high school football field in this northwestern Montana community less than 200 miles south of the Canada-US border. Vikings head coach Jim Benn led his team through drills in the pristine fall weather without much interruption. A few weeks earlier, however, players needed frequent water breaks as they sweated through temperatures in the low to mid-90s, about 15 degrees warmer than average for the time of year. Although temperatures have started to drop now that fall is underway, Montana and many other northern US states are warmingRead News

Kentucky Sports Industry Conference to host first student conference featuring John Calipari and Steve Young

LEXINGTON, Ky. (September 30, 2022) — University of Kentucky students Neima Moaven and Drew Rodriguez saw the need for a student organization to promote UK curriculum efforts aimed at helping students enter the sports industry. That organization, the Kentucky Sports Industry Conference, will hold its first conference on Friday, October 7, with a full lineup of the industry’s biggest names. “If you think of Harvard, NYU and Columbia as targets for investment banks, we are working to turn the University of Kentucky into a target school for the sports industry,” said Rodriguez. “Not just placing students in the industry, butRead News

Sports Betting in California: Fact Check

Campaigns for Propositions 26 and 27 on this November’s ballot have made a wide range of claims, particularly about how money raised from California sports betting will be distributed. Chances are one of the many ads to legalize sports betting has caught your eye, given their ubiquity on TV, websites and billboards across California. You’d be forgiven, however, if you still don’t have a clear sense of what any of the initiatives do. Some of the ads don’t mention sports betting at all, potentially leaving Californians confused about what exactly they’re being asked to decide. The ads are “oversimplified toRead News

The best franchise in Cleveland in the last 10 years is… – Terry Pluto

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Vermont high school sports scores for Thursday, September 29

To report scores Coaches or team representatives are asked to report results ASAP after games by emailing sports@burlingtonfreepress.com. Please enter name/contact number. ►Contact Alex Abrami at aabrami@freepressmedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @aabrami5. ►Contact Jacob Rousseau at JRousseau@gannett.com. Follow on Twitter @ByJacobRousseau. PREVIOUS COVERAGE THURSDAY’S COLLEGE GAME Women’s soccer M: Ioanna Papatheodorou 1G. Calliste Brookshire 2G. Taylor Burgess 4 saves. V: Sydney Remington 1G. Kate Bossert 1G. Fiona Doherty 1G. Erin Murphy 1 save. Note: Tied 1-1 at halftime, Vermont (3-5-2) surrendered back-to-back goals over a six-minute stretch to start the second half. THURSDAY’S H.S. GAMES Girls soccer (Games at 4:30Read News

High 5 Sports Recap – Week Seven

Posted on September 29, 2022 at 11:35 pm Play of the Night Night Move comes from the game Banneker-Tri-Cities. Play of the Night – Week Seven Night Move comes from the game Banneker-Tri-Cities. Oconee County vs Hebron Let’s start in Dacula. Undefeated Hebron Christian Lions welcome Oconee County in region opener. Oconee County vs Hebron Let’s start in Dacula. Undefeated Hebron Christian Lions welcome Oconee County in region opener. Dacula vs Mountain View To the Bears Den for a AAAAAA Region 7opener for Mountain View and Dacula. Dacula vs Mountain View To the Bears Den for a AAAAAA Region 7openerRead News

Athletes with ADHD: Olympians, sports legends, role models

Sports and ADHD: Is There a Connection? From baseball and basketball to judo and gymnastics, the sports world is filled with elite athletes who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and have mastered their respective sports. Research suggests, in fact, that ADHD may be more common in elite athletes than in the general population; up to 8% of athletes have the condition compared to 2% to 7% of the general population.1 Every one of the athletes on this list has ADHD, whether diagnosed in childhood, in the middle of their professional career, or years after retiring from the sport. ManyRead News

Batting Around: Which team was most surprising in 2022 MLB season – good or bad?

Throughout the season, the experts at CBS Sports MLB will bring you a weekly Batting Around panel discussion breaking down just about everything. Breaking news, a historical question, thoughts on the future of baseball, all sorts of things. Last week we detailed what we would want in exchange for a scoring baseball. This week, we’re going to discuss the biggest surprises of 2022. Which team surprised you the most this season, good or bad? R. J. Anderson: There are several teams that suit me both ways. I was too bearish on the Guardians and Orioles, and too bullish on theRead News

Local sports: Sanders’s airport wears a hat; Kennedy pulled SMCC

FLAT ROCK – Nolan Sanders missed his goal of doubling for the season on Wednesday. The Airport freshman scored three goals to lead his team to a 4-3 win over Flat Rock in the opening round of the Huron League Soccer Tournament. Sanders has 7 goals this season. “He started the season with a lot of injuries, but he is one of the most talented players I have ever coached,” Airport coach Goran Cepo. “Being a little bit older and a little bit stronger, he’s going to be a really good player.” The Huron League Tournament splits the eight teamsRead News

Vermont High School Sports Results for Wednesday, September 28

To report scores Coaches or team representatives are asked to report results ASAP after games by emailing sports@burlingtonfreepress.com. Please submit name/contact number. ► Contact Alex Abrami at abrami@freepressmedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @abrami5. ► Contact Jacob Rousseau at JRousseau@gannett.com. Follow him on Twitter @ByJacobRousseau. PREVIOUS COVERAGE WEDNESDAY’S H.S GAMES Girls soccer BFA: Molly Smith 1G. Ayl Shea 7 saves. Note: Smith scored a goal in the 38th minute of BFA’s road win. CV: Chloe Pecor 1G. Zoe Klein 1G. Zoe Zoller 1A. Emma Allaire 2 saves. E: Mady Jordan, Kelsie Scanlon plus 4 saves. Note: Pecor scored on a 25-yardRead News

High School Sports Results September 28

Boys soccer Goals: Envoy – Shawn Ganger, Adam Dahl, Kenny Zacks; NE – Tommy Hartner, Troy Croscut-Miller Goals: G – Braylon Thayer 3, Logan Smith 2, Luke Wetzel Assists: G – Caleb Watt, Braxton Johnson, Thayer, Sam Simmons Assists: S – Lee Hoover, Braden Kibbe Goals: M – Joshua Salmon 6, Ahmed Agag 3, Luis Corrales 3, Andy Lin 3, Owen Petersen 2, Sebastian Tabong 2, Robbie Umpleby 2, Micah DeVore, Andrew Danch, Ryan Trohoske Assists: M – Danch 3, Agag 3, Petersen 3, Corrales 3, Jake Levy 3, Salmon 2, Umpleby, Carter Bentsen Girls volleyball West Middlesex def. FarrellRead News

Four new sports complexes are coming to Tri-State

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) – Four new sports complexes are being built around Tri-State, hoping to bring economic benefits similar to what Evansville has seen with its sports complex. Deaconess Sports Park has been around since 2015, and the Goebel Soccer Complex has been around even longer. During that time, they had a huge impact on the local economy. Now, other nearby cities want to do the same. When the two sports parks opened in Evansville, they made a huge difference in the area. “The impact of the Evansville Sports Complex is enormous,” said Visit Evansville & CEO Alexis Berggren. VisitRead News

Report – LIV Golf approaches a deal to buy Fox Sports airtime

The controversial LIV Golf Circuit has signed many big names and sparked widespread conversation over the past few months, but the one thing missing is a deal to broadcast its show on television. That, according to reports late Tuesday, may soon change. Golfweek, citing multiple sources, reports that LIV Golf is closing in on a deal to buy airtime on Fox Sports, which will see its show broadcast on FS1. The deal is still in the final stages, according to the report. LIV Golf is five events into its inaugural season, with three more on tap before the end ofRead News