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Stalzer to miss F2 Logistics first 2 matches

Fans will have to wait before seeing Lindsay Stalzer back in action......»»

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LOOK: UAAP Season 81 volleyball line-ups

The UAAP Season 81 men's and women's volleyball tournament starts once again this Saturday, Feb. 16! Take a look at the official lineups of all eight member schools of the most popular collegiate league in the country! Adamson Soaring Falcons Alicando, Geffrey B.. Alvarez, Mark Angelo Q. Amburgo, Lenard Frans B. Bello, Royce H. Dela Cruz, Archie M.. Garcia, Marc Edsel` N. Gudoy, Jadewin Jairell C. Hernandez, Alecson S. Jimenez, Carlo B. Labang, George Jr. L. Miranda, Leo C.. Nuguid, John Philip U.. Pablico, Paolo P. Valdez, Jesus S.. Head coach: Domingo Custodio Adamson Lady Falcons  Ave, Gracelchen .. Balang, Princess Niña O.. Dacoron, Mary Joy C. Flora, Bernadette A. Genesis, Trisha Mae C.. Igao, Mary Jane P.. Infante, Hannah Nicole .. Macaslang, Krich Aesheluoz L. Perez, Lea-ann M. Permentilla, Chiara May T. Pinar, Ceasa Joria E. Ponce, Tonnie Rose F. Soyud, Christine Joy P. Yandoc, Nikka Sophia Ruth S.. Head coach: Airess Padda Ateneo Blue Eagles Aguilar, Kurt Mikhael M. Cuerva, Sebastian Enrique E. Glorioso, Gian Carlo A. Koyfman, Anthony P. Ligot, Luis Alfonzo Martin M. Llenos, Canciano C. Magadia, Lawrence Gil R. Medalla, Ron Adrian D. Morado, Jr, Ariel C. Njigha, Chumason Celestine M. Rivera, Ishmael John T. Sumanguid Iii, Manuel D. Tan, Jasper Rodney .. Trinidad, Paulo Lorenzo S. Head coach: Timothy Sto Tomas Ateneo Lady Eagles De Leon, Isabel Beatriz P. Delos Reyes, Jeycel Ann F. Furukawa, Ayumi B. Gandler, Vanessa S. Gaston, Pauline Marie Monique M. Gequillana, Kassandra Miren C. Gequillana, Candice C. Madayag, Madeleine Yrenea A. Maraguinot, Janel A. Raagas, Erika Beatriz G. Ravena, Danielle Theris C. Samonte, Julianne Marie B. Tolentino, Katrina Mae D. Wong, Ma. Deanna Izabella A. Head coach: Oliver Almadro De La Salle Spikers Anima, Billie Jean-henri G. Aquino, Ashbery John A. Bacon, Geraint Bell P. Balanong, Gibson P. De Jesus, Gian Edrei P. Delos Reyes, John David A. Dumago, Cris Bernard B. Inocentes, John David S. Llige, Rian Ozzie R. Macaspac, Rafael P. Marco, Wayne Ferdi O. Reyes, Keiffer Arvex P. Serrano, Angel Paul C. Sumalinog, John Raphael N. Head coach: Arnold Laniog De La Salle Lady Spikers Alba, Marionne Angelique A. Cheng, Desiree Wynea T. Clemente, Maria Lourdes Cobb, Michelle Monique L. Dela Cruz, Jolina V. Hatulan, Ynna Nicole Angela F. Instrella, Rovena Andrea G. Ipac, Norielle O. Luna, May M. Nomil, Ferlyn S. Ogunsanya, Aduke Christine P. Saga, Carmel June V. Santos, Erika Mae T. Tiamzon, Ernestine Grace P. Head coach: Ramil de Jesus FEU Tamaraws Barrica, Jeremiah G. Bugaoan, John Paul M. Calado, Mark Frederick C. De Asis, Reco B. Fernandez, Clark M. Garcia, Jude U. Lorenzo, Vince Patrick P. Padon, Sean Victor U. Paler, Redijohn M. Quiel, Peter John B. Salabsab, John Paul D. Silang, Kris Cian S. Solis, Richard E. Suarez, Owen Jaime L. Head coach: Rey Diaz FEU Lady Tamaraws Agudo, Ivana Marie C. Bautista, Angelica T. Carandang, Czarina Grace Dc. Cayuna, Maria Angelica P. Domingo, Celine Elaiza B. Duremdes, Ria Beatriz Glenell J. Ebon, Lycha C. Guino-o, Heather Anne L. Hernandez, Carlota M. Malabanan, Jerrili P. Mora, Mary Martha Louise B. Negrito, Kyle Angela P. Ronquillo, France Elize B. Villareal, Jeanette Virginia P. Head coach: George Pascua NU Bulldogs Almendras, Angelo Nicolas H. Ancheta, Jann Paulo G. Bagunas, Bryan B.. Daymil, Berhashidin H. Gampong, Madzlan A.. Maclang, Marco Ely A. Malabunga, Kim N. Marcos, Ricky A. Mondero, Banjo O.. Natividad, James Martin I. Ponti, Krisvan D. Retamar, Ave Joshua S. Saura, Francis Phillip C. Head coach: Dante Alinsunurin NU Lady Bulldogs Cagande, Joyme G. Chavez, Joni Anne Kamille F. Cloza, Elaine D. Doria, Roselyn B. Lacsina, Ivy Keith L. Landicho, Mary Antonette C.. Luceño, Gelina Mae P. Nierva, Jennifer D. Orillaneda, Mary Klymince D. Paran, Audrey Kathryn S. Robles, Princess Anne N. Head coach: Norman Miguel UE Red Warriors Abalon, Al-jhon .. Adriano, Kim .. Alba, Angelu Noel A. Bonoan, Bryan Ross D. Cacayan, Mori B. Ernacio Jr, Danilo F. Imperial, Adrian Rafael C. Imperial, Ralph Ryan C. Inoferio, Clifford S.. Josafat, Lloyd C. Medina, John Lester A. Ortega, Geric Rodmar T.. Reyes, Jose Mari C. Solis, Aldwin D. Head coach: Turing Victorio IV UE Lady Red Warriors Abil, Judith O. Alcayde, Jasmine Gayle J. Arado, Kathleen Faith P. Babol, Jasckin May R. Baliton, Roselle P. Bendong, Laizah Ann P. Clavano, Lhara Maye M.. Gabarda, Mariella R. Manabat, Mialyn G. Mendrez, Mary Anne B. Olarve, Zilfa Geline M. Rodriguez, Seth Marione P. Santos, Remcel Joyce M. Sta Maria, Jana Katrina S. Head coach: Rod Roque UP Fighting Maroons Baldelovar, Jarahmeel A. Castillo, John Mark Joshua D. Consuelo, Nicolo Brylle A. Enteria, Bryan Christian C.. Evaristo, Julian Miguel T.. Fortes, Joshua Emmanuel V. Ijiran, Ruskin Joss V. Ilao, John Stephen V. Madrigalejos, John Carlo P. Millete, John Mark T. Nasol, John Miguel B. San Pascual, Gian Kyle S. San Pedro, Jerry Earl Jr P. Yan, Martin David A. Head coach: Hans Chuacuco UP Lady Fighting Maroons Altomea, Remelyn P.. Bautista, Mary Mirgie B.. Bernardo, Lorie Lyn F. Buitre, Marian Alisa L. Carlos, Diana Mae M. Dorog, Justine M. Estranero, Ma. Arielle L. Gannaban, Aieshalaine R. Layug, Maristela Genn G. Molde, Maria Lina Isabel M. Ramos, Jessma Clarice E. Rosier, Roselyn M.. Sandoval, Caryl D. Sotomil, Marianne B.. Head coach: Godfrey Okumu UST Tiger Spikers Buro, Juren Jireh M. Carodan, Tyrone Jan L. Casillan, Aldous Darcy M. Corda, Hernel Gem L. Del Rosario, Josh Robert G. Medina, Manuel Andrei M. Mendiolla, Jelex Jay V. Requinton, Jaron -. Sawal, Lester Kim V. Sumagaysay, Jayvee G. Tajanlangit, Timothy James C. Tajanlangit, Jerald David C. Umandal, Joshua A. Valenzuela, Vyxen Vaughn P. Head coach: Arturo 'Odjie' Mamon UST Golden Tigresses Bicar , Alina Joyce R. Alessandrini, Milena L. Balcorta, Janinie Kyla O. Delerio, Janel O. Galanza, Maria Fe C. Galdones, Kecelyn -. Jimenez, Ysabel Jamie M. Laure, Ejiya C. Pacres, Mary Dominique P. Rivera, Rica Jane B. Roldan, Rachelle M. Rondina, Cherry Ann Q. Tuazon, Donna May R. Viray, Caitlin N. Head coach: Emilio 'Kung Fu' Reyes, Jr.    Action starts on Saturday, Feb. 16 on ABS-CBN S+A, S+A HD, LIGA, LIGA HD, sports.abs-cbn.com/livestream/uaap, and iWant. .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsFeb 14th, 2019Related News

F2 welcomes Stalzer with open arms

After numerous battles on the court, F2 Logistics’ team captain Cha Cruz is thrilled to have Lindsay Stalzer as teammate......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsFeb 12th, 2019Related News

Philippine Volleyball Today (January 16, 2019) | Philippines

Philippine Volleyball Today (January 16, 2019) volleyverse.com Lindsay Stalzer shattered the night's silence with her announcement on suiting up for the F2 Logistics Cargo Movers for the PSL Gran.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsJan 17th, 2019Related News

Petron closes in on duplicating historic feat

Games Tuesday: (Mall of Asia Arena) 4:15 p.m. – La Salle-Dasmarinas vs CSA 7:00 p.m. – Petron vs F2 Logistics   The deadly form that made Petron the most successful club team in the country was in full display when it crushed F2 Logistics, 25-23, 25-12, 25-17, in Game 1 of their Philippine Superliga All-Filipino Conference best-of-three finals series Saturday at the Mall of Asia Arena. But for head coach Shaq Delos Santos, the battle is still far from over. Delos Santos said celebration is not yet on their minds as they expect a furious fightback from the Cargo Movers in Game 2 of this prestigious women’s club tourney Tuesday at the same venue. He said F2 Logistics coach Ramil de Jesus is the best in the business in tweaking his gameplan so he expects Game 2 to be another thrilling showcase of high-flying attacks, great defense and nail-biting rallies from both sides. "Kami, think magandang pahinga, recovery, aral uli, pag-aralan namin sila ulit (sila). Siyempre for sure all out sila pero siyempre kami ready para dun,” said Delos Santos, whose wards moved a win shy of sweeping this tourney. Delos Santos sure knows what he’s talking about. In the Grand Prix last year, the Blaze Spikers hammered a convincing Game 1 win, thanks to the firepower of imports Lindsay Stalzer and Hillary Hurley as well as local stars Frances Molina, Aiza Maizo-Pontillas and Mika Reyes. But the Cargo Movers refused to quit. De Jesus shocked his counterpart when he pulled veteran Cha Cruz from the bench to serve as the starting spiker while moving American Kennedy Bryan back to her original position at the opposite spot. The gamble paid a handsome reward when the Cargo Movers crawled back from a 0-2 set lead all the way to a masterful Game 2 victory. Then, they went for the kill in Game 3 to formally clinch the title of this highly competitive tourney. Delos Santos stressed that de Jesus -- an 11-time champion coach for De La Salle University in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines who also has three crowns in the PSL – won’t simply give up.    "Kilala namin sila alam namin trabaho ni coach Ramil especially sa ganyang sitwasyon pero mas magtatrabaho kami this time," said Delos Santos, who drew firepower from bench player Sisi Rondina and former Far Eastern University stars Bernadeth Pons and Remy Palma in Game 1. Rondina delivered 12 points while Pons and Palma chipped in 10 and nine hits, respectively, for the Blaze Spikers, who are on the verge of duplicating a golden sweep of the conference they first achieved three years ago.          .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsDec 16th, 2018Related News

Cleveland Browns beat injury-plagued Broncos 17-16

By Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press DENVER (AP) — Baker Mayfield capitalized on Denver's depleted cornerback corps and dubious coaching decisions in leading the Cleveland Browns past the Broncos 17-16 on Saturday night, keeping alive their slim hopes of ending the NFL's longest playoff drought. Mayfield's 2-yard TD toss to Antonio Calloway with just under 12 minutes left provided the winning margin for the Browns (6-7-1). They snapped an 11-game losing streak to the Broncos (6-8). Improving to 3-28 on the road over the last four seasons, the Browns still have a shot at their first winning season since 2007 and even their first playoff berth since 2002 thanks to their first win over Denver since 1990. "I think the tough environment, winning on the road's the most important thing," Mayfield said. "If we don't take care of business tonight — and obviously we have to move on and take care of business next week — none of that matters. "So, being able to win on the road is something we've got to take pride in, going into somebody else's house, our backs against the wall, it's just us and coming out with a win," Mayfield said. "Find a way to win." Combined with their win at Cincinnati last month, the Browns have multiple road victories for the first time since 2014. Calloway's touchdown made it 17-13 and came with safety Justin Simmons in coverage because the Broncos were down five cornerbacks. The Broncos responded with a 13-play drive that ate up more than seven minutes, but after Phillip Lindsay was stuffed for no gain on third-and-1 from the Cleveland 6, coach Vance Joseph sent in kicker Brandon McManus for a field goal instead of going for it. "I wanted points there," Joseph explained. "We had about 4:35 left. We had one timeout and the 2-minute warning. I trust our defense to get a stop there." It didn't happen, at least not right away. Nick Chubb reeled off a 40-yard run on the first play, and on fourth-and-1 from the Denver 10, Cleveland interim coach Gregg Williams went for it — and Chubb was dropped for a 2-yard loss by Adam Gotsis. The Broncos got the ball back at their 13 with 1:49 remaining and reached the 50-yard line with 52 seconds left. But a spike, two incompletions and a sack by Jabrill Peppers all but ended Denver's playoff hopes. They could officially be eliminated with Sunday's slate of games. The Broncos began the night with cornerbacks Chris Harris Jr. and Isaac Yiadom sidelined and they lost Brendan Langley to a concussion in the first half and newly signed Jamar Taylor to an ejection in the second half on the same play Bradley Roby went out with a laceration in his mouth. Roby later returned. With safety Dymonte Thomas, who had his first career interception in the first half, subbing at cornerback, Von Miller broke Simon Fletcher's franchise record of 103½ sacks, including playoffs. Denver's depleted defense, however, was forced right back out onto the field when Case Keenum's first-down heave was easily picked off by T.J. Carrie at the Broncos 48, after just eight seconds had ticked off the game clock. Six plays later, Mayfield put the Browns ahead for good. The teams were tied at 10 after a mistake-filled first half in which both quarterbacks were thwarted by interceptions in or near the end zone. Keenum, who was implored by his coach during the week to let it rip and quit worrying about being intercepted, was picked off for the first time since October when Peppers came down with his 29-yard floater to Courtland Sutton in the end zone. Mayfield had the Browns in field goal range at the Denver 30 in the final minute before halftime when Thomas recorded his first career interception at the 2 on a throw to Jarvis Landry. INJURIES Langley went out in the first half and Roby in the second. Combined with Taylor's ejection — he was signed after Harris fractured his right fibula two weeks ago — and the Broncos were left scrambling in their secondary. UP NEXT Browns: Host Cincinnati Bengals on Dec. 23. Broncos: Visit Oakland Raiders on Christmas Eve......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsDec 16th, 2018Related News

Lindsay Custodios husband, former Tanauan vice mayor Julius Platon, dies | News

Former Tanauan, Batangas Vice Mayor Julius Platon died on Monday after reportedly suffering a heart attack while driving on the South Luzon Expressway......»»

Source: Manilanews ManilanewsCategory: NewsNov 19th, 2018Related News

WATCH: Funnel cloud spotted near Forest Grove, Oregon

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbX4b65JFlc   A funnel cloud was spotted swirling over Forest Grove, Oregon, United States on Oct. 29, as seen in this footage captured by Savannah Lindsay. There were also reports of a weak tornado touching down in the Scio area, roughly 70 miles away. A tornado warning was issued for the Scio area by the National Weather Service. JB RELATED STORIES: WATCH: Indonesia's finance minister meets families of Lion Air crash victims   WATCH: Tornado sweeps through Two Guns, Arizona...Keep on reading: WATCH: Funnel cloud spotted near Forest Grove, Oregon.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Oct 30th, 2018Related News

Lindsay Lohan’s ‘attempt to rescue’ Syrian children worries family, friends—report

Lindsay Lohan's supposed attempt to rescue Syrian children has raised alarm not only among netizens but also within her own circle of friends and family. This comes after the actress-turned-club owner took a video via Instagram Live of herself following what appeared to be a homeless family and claimed that she would rescue the children from being trafficked. Instead, she received a hard punch to the face from the mother. Prior to the incident, Lohan had uploaded videos of her partying in a club. TMZ believes that she was in Moscow. Lohan's friends are attempting to get her back to the US so she can receive care, reports TMZ. The plan is to bring her to Cincinnati so that she can...Keep on reading: Lindsay Lohan’s ‘attempt to rescue’ Syrian children worries family, friends—report.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Oct 3rd, 2018Related News

Mahomes rallies Chiefs past Broncos, 27-23

By Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press DENVER (AP) — Patrick Mahomes rallied the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs back from a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter for a 27-23 win over the Denver Broncos on Monday night. The Chiefs (4-0) took a two-game lead over the Broncos (2-2) in the AFC West with their sixth straight win over their rivals. Down 23-13, Mahomes directed a 12-play, 75-yard drive that ate up more than six minutes and culminated with a 2-yard TD toss to tight end Travis Kelce, then added a 60-yard touchdown drive, handing off to Kareem Hunt for the 4-yard score with 1:39 remaining. It was the first time since 2004 that the Broncos blew a 10-point fourth-quarter lead at home. In between Kansas City's scoring drives, the Broncos, who had run roughshod over the Chiefs all night — a 7.2-yard average per run — suddenly abandoned their ground game in favor of three-wide receiver sets that resulted in a quick three-and-out. Then, struggling punter Marquette King shanked a 35-yarder out of bounds, giving the Chiefs the ball at their 40 with 4:35 left. Mahomes overcame a couple of flags that put Kansas City in a second-and-30 hole from their 31 and completed a 35-yard pass to Demetrius Harris down to the Broncos' 11 at the 2-minute warning. The play should never have counted because the play clock expired before the snap, but referee Craig Wrolstad's crew missed it. After the Chiefs took the lead, the Broncos reached the Kansas City 28, but Case Keenum overthrew an open Demaryius Thomas near the goal line racing down the right sideline. Then rookie Courtland Sutton caught a first-down pass but overhanded it back on a failed hook-and-ladder that resulted in a turnover on downs with 5 seconds left. Phillip Lindsay's 1-yard TD run broke a 13-all tie late in the third quarter, and Brandon McManus extended the lead to 10 with a 46-yard field goal. Kelce's TD catch got the Chiefs within three with 6:27 remaining. Denver's three-and-out and shanked punt gave the Chiefs the ball at their 40 and brought the Broncos' exhausted defenders right back onto the field with 4½ minutes remaining. The officials had another big blunder when Mahomes was about 1½ yards past the line of scrimmage when he scrambled and hit Kelce for a 29-yard catch to the 3 early in the second half. Broncos coach Vance Joseph appeared to be reaching for his red challenge flag but never threw it. Denver's defense bailed out its coach by forcing the Chiefs to settle for Harrison Butker's chip-shot field goal tied it up at 13. On Denver's first drive of the second half, Keenum threw a 25-yard pass to tight end Jeff Heuerman, but Chiefs defensive back Eric Murray wrested the ball away as they tumbled out of bounds. Heuerman was starting in place of Jake Butt, who sustained his third ACL tear of his career while practicing special teams on Thursday, ending his season. It was Keenum's sixth interception with Denver, one fewer than he had all of last season in Minnesota. The Broncos averaged a whopping 8.5 yards per carry in the first half but kept stopping themselves with pass plays even though Keenum had completed 14 of 19 throws at the half. Royce Freeman took a toss from Keenum and slipped seven tackles on his way to a 14-yard touchdown in which he dragged linebacker Anthony Hitchens across the goal line to tie it at 10. The big play of the drive was a 42-yard catch by Sutton. The Chiefs also had a big play on their first touchdown drive as Hunt rumbled 45 yards, setting up Mahomes' 8-yard keeper to put the Chiefs on top 10-3. Denver led 13-10 at halftime. NATIONAL ANTHEM Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas and linebacker Brandon Marshall both stood with their teammates during the national anthem. Since the preseason, both players had been retreating to the tunnel nearest their bench during the singing of "The Star-Spangled Banner." INJURIES Chiefs: Wide receiver Sammy Watkins pulled a hamstring in the second quarter and didn't return. Linebacker Dee Ford (groin) left in the fourth quarter. Broncos: Right tackle Jared Veldheer left in the first quarter with a knee injury and was replaced by Billy Turner. UP NEXT Chiefs: Host Jacksonville on Sunday to begin a stretch of three home games in four weeks. Broncos: Visit the Jets on Sunday, the first of three road games in four weeks......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsOct 2nd, 2018Related News

Flacco shines as Ravens deal Broncos first loss, 27-14

By David Ginsburg, Associated Press BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's offensive line handled Von Miller, Joe Flacco took care of the football, and the Ravens sliced through Denver's depleted defense. Flacco found the time to throw for 277 yards and a touchdown, and the Ravens pushed aside the previously undefeated Broncos 27-14 Sunday. Baltimore (2-1) got 68 yards rushing from Alex Collins, but the line's most ample contribution was giving Flacco time to pass against a defense led by Miller, who came in with an NFL-leading four sacks. "That's a stout run defense. We kept hammering in there and bled some yards," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. "But our pass protection really stepped up and did a great job." Flacco went 25 for 40 without an interception on a rainy afternoon. He threw 28 passes in the first half alone, when Baltimore took control. Miller finished with two tackles and no sacks. "He's able to get in there and make a ton of plays and change a game when you look at him on film," Flacco said. "That was the biggest thing, just not letting him be a factor." Flacco's success came against a Denver backfield that began the day without injured cornerback Adam Jones (thigh) and lost cornerback Tramaine Brock (groin) in the first quarter. As a result, rookie Isaac Yiadom saw significant playing time at right cornerback. "I think we kind of made it easy for them," Broncos safety Darian Stewart said. "We gave them a lot of stuff." Javorious Allen caught a 12-yard touchdown pass and ran for a score for the Ravens. Baltimore made 20 first downs, totaled 342 yards and converted half its third-down attempts. "That wasn't the game we had intended for," Miller said. "At times, we couldn't get off the field as a defense." Denver (2-1) was coming off two home wins, both by virtue of fourth-quarter comebacks. This time, the Broncos could not rally after Allen's 1-yard TD run made it 27-14 midway through the third quarter. The Broncos were flagged 13 times for 120 yards. "We probably cost ourselves 20 points today on penalties," coach Vance Joseph said. Denver's lone turnover was just as costly. The Broncos were inside the Baltimore 5 with 9 minutes left before Case Keenum was intercepted by Patrick Onwuasor, whose 89-yard return for a touchdown was wiped out by a block in the back. The Ravens took consolation in preventing Denver from getting within a touchdown. "That was a huge stop," said Harbaugh, who celebrated his 56th birthday in style. The Broncos' next drive ended at the Baltimore 11, and the Ravens ran out the clock over the final three minutes. Keenum completed 22 of 34 passes for 192 yards. Denver got a touchdown after blocking a punt and also swatted away a field goal try. Chris Harris Jr. took the second blocked kick 58 yards for a touchdown, but an illegal block nullified the second-quarter score. On the ensuing series, Broncos rookie running back Phillip Lindsay was ejected for throwing a punch during the scramble for a fumble by Keenum. "He's obviously a big part of what we do offensively," Joseph said. "Losing him, that's a big deal." A wild first half ended with Baltimore up 20-14. After Denver's Joseph Jones blocked a punt to set up a 6-yard touchdown run by Royce Freeman, Collins ran in from the 6 for Baltimore. Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders made it 14-7 with a 35-yard end around, his first career rushing touchdown. Justin Tucker sandwiched a pair of 52-yard field goals around a 12-yard touchdown throw by Flacco. Tucker now has six career games with multiple field goals of 50 yards or more, an NFL record. He has also connected on his last eight attempts from at least 50 yards. LEWIS RETURNS The Ravens welcomed back linebacker Ray Lewis, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August following a 17-year career with Baltimore. After the players were introduced, the song "Hot in Herre" by Nelly boomed over the PA. Lewis emerged from the tunnel wearing his yellow Hall of Fame jacket and performed his trademark dance while the soggy crowd cheered. Lewis was presented with his Hall of Fame ring during a ceremony at halftime. He was joined by Jonathan Ogden, the Ravens' other HOF member. INJURIES Broncos: Stewart left in the second quarter with a shoulder injury but returned. Ravens: MLB C.J. Mosley was inactive with a bruised knee. UP NEXT Broncos: Host Kansas City in an AFC West showdown Monday night, Oct. 1. Ravens: Travel to Pittsburgh for a Sunday night matchup between AFC North teams......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsSep 24th, 2018Related News

USA women s hoop dynasty names 16 finalists for World Cup

Gold medallists USA's guard Lindsay Whalen, USA's guard Sue Bird, USA's forward Seimone Augustus, USA's forward Maya Moore, USA's power forward Breanna Stewart, USA's.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsSep 13th, 2018Related News

Tigers score

DAVAO Occidental-Cocolife held off Valenzuela, 92-85 in a thrilling match in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League at USEP Gym in Davao City. PBA veterans Leo Najorda , Bonbon Custodio, Leo Najorda, Mark Yee and prized catch Billy Robles joined hands in helping Davao Occ stave off repeated rallies by the….....»»

Source: Journal JournalCategory: NewsSep 3rd, 2018Related News

WATCH: Debutant dances with OFW father at Naia after runway mishap

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teHcVpAb_Hw         A debutant opted to dance with her father at the airport after he failed to come on time to her birthday party due to delayed flights caused by a Chinese jetliner that skidded off a runway on August 17. In a video posted on Facebook, Lindsay Limon is seen dancing with her father Noel at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia), where several flights were canceled due to the incident. READ: Xiamen Air jet stuck at NAIA runway; flights canceled, diverted https://www.facebook.com/lindsayyyyyliv/posts/2132013390156884?__xts__[0]=68.ARD6MHIG9-PCQPDMMZd2NLMuaQ0GMU5oOsNaEKUu6D9tmNz135ZNG5qNs8sro...Keep on reading: WATCH: Debutant dances with OFW father at Naia after runway mishap.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Sep 1st, 2018Related News

Influential dancer, mime artist Lindsay Kemp dies at 80

LONDON (AP) --- Influential British dancer, choreographer and mime artist Lindsay Kemp, known for tutoring singers David Bowie and Kate Bush during his career, has died at 80. Director Nendie Pinto-Duschinsky, who is making a documentary called "Lindsay Kemp's Last Dance," said Saturday that Kemp died suddenly after a "perfect" day rehearsing with his students. He was about to work on his memoirs and to go on tour, she said. She wrote on the film's Facebook page that "I'm so sorry to tell you Lindsay passed away last night ... he was very happy and it was very sudden." The Italian news agency ANSA reported that he died during the night at his home in Livorno, Tuscany. Kemp l...Keep on reading: Influential dancer, mime artist Lindsay Kemp dies at 80.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Aug 26th, 2018Related News

MPBL: Jai Reyes dominates as Heroes defend home court

Jai Reyes turned in his best game as Laguna took a much-needed bounce back win in the 2018 Maharlika Pilipinas Anta-Datu Cup. Reyes scored a season-high 21 points to propel the Heroes past visiting Paranaque, 76-52, in the middle of their home floor at the Alonte Sports Arena in Binan, Laguna. The former Ateneo de Manila University floor leader also added nine rebounds and two assists to make sure the home team returned to the win column now at 3-4. Ryusei Koga paced the Patriots with 11 points. They dropped to 4-3 with the loss. Meanwhile, Davao Occidental also barged back into the winners’ circle at the expense of Pampanga, 82-77. Bonbon Custodio was the star with 24 points, six rebounds, and six assists for the now 4-3 Tigers. For the Lanterns, Michael Juico showed the way with a 26-point, 10-rebound double-double. With another defeat, they fell to 3-4 in the standings. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsAug 26th, 2018Related News

Baguio pawnshop worker killed in robbery

BAGUIO CITY, Philippines – A pawnshop worker was killed in a robbery here on Wednesday, August 16. The body of 22-year-old Lindsay Vallejos Valdez was found early afternoon inside the vault room of  202 Cellphone Pawnshop at Abanao St, in a pool of her own blood. Her ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsAug 18th, 2018Related News

Tigers overcome Sharks, 71-64

DAVAO Occidental -Cocolife Tigers bounced back into contention by snapping its losing skid and toppling Cebu Sharks ,71-64 in the elimination round of Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL) Datu Cup in Bacoor Sports Center last Monday. Former PBA players Bonbon Custodio, Leo Najorda and Mark Yee did the demolition job….....»»

Source: Journal JournalCategory: NewsAug 16th, 2018Related News

Lynx star, Minnesota legend: Whalen to retire from WNBA

File-This July 3, 2018, file photo shows Minnesota Lynx's Lindsay Whalen being defended by Indiana Fever's Kelsey Mitchell during the first half of a WNBA basketball game in Minneapolis......»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsAug 15th, 2018Related News

PVL: Adamson Falcons coach is a stickler for discipline

Adamson University coach Domeng Custodio is a welcome aberration among majority of the Filipinos, who, in this age of the millennials, still can’t shake off their tardiness or habit of being late. He says he always arrives at least two hours early for a meeting or an appointment. Like when he showed up at 7:30 a.m. for the 10 o’clock meeting called by the organizing Sports Vision for the participating teams in the ongoing Premier Volleyball League, ahead of any PVL personnel on another playing day of the league’s recently-concluded Reinforced Conference.     “Ewan ko ba, hindi matanggap ng sikmura ko na male-late sa meeting o kahit ano iyon na kailangan ang presence ko,” he said while waiting for those who called that meeting last month and those other team representatives. “Dinisiplina ako ng mga magulang ko na ‘wag na ‘wag male-late sa mga meeting o appointment para hindi makaperwisyo ng ibang tao. Okey na sa akin ang maghintay kesa ako ang hihintayin.”   Thus, it’s easy to understand why a stronger sense of discipline pervades among the Soaring Falcons. Trust them to arrive ahead of their opponents when they have a game, for instance.    That kind of discipline carries over from the athletes dorm to the classroom and on to the training and actual game. It is this that helps the Falcons become exceptional floor defenders and receivers, their trademark, year in and year out, and which also makes them pursue their studies to the end.     “Mas nagagalit ako sa players ko kapag napapabayaan nila ang kanilang pag-aaral. Gagawa at gagawa ako ng paraan upang matupad ang pangako ko sa kanilang magulang na mag-aaral na mabuti ang kanilang mga anak at mag-uuwi ng diploma.”   Always an interesting study when coaching his team, Coach Domeng is also winning votes for the Falcons because of his gregariousness and generosity. He always arrives to the game bearing gifts, siomai or siopao or suman most of the time, for the TV crew, for the commentators, for Sports Vision’s bosses, and for the different groups working to stage the PVL. “Hoy ano ka ba,” he called this writer’s attention, “bakit ako ang ini-interview mo, hindi ang mga players ko.”   He really is that interesting. Rookies Galore    Of the newbies who were recruited from all over the country, the colorful coach was especially proud of libero Kevin Florendo, 19, of Bukidnon, in light of the veterans’ inconsistencies and proneness to errors during their first game against the Arellano Chiefs.   Florendo was impressive with 22 digs.   “Kayong mga beterano na, hindi ba kayo nahiya at itong bagong libero pa natin ang nagtrabaho nang husto,” coach Domeng was quoted as telling the old players at the locker room. “Laging siya ang humahabol sa bolang hinahayaan nyo lang na bumagsak sa sahig.”     The Chiefs’ fierceness throughout the game kept the Falcons on their toes all the time so that coach Doming, much against his wishes, was not able to utilize all his rookies for whom, he said, he has great hopes.      Besides Florendo, joining the Falcons for the first time are 6 foot 3, 18-year old Jadewin Gudoy from Sarat, Ilocos Norte; 20-year old Geoffrey Alicando from Ormoc, Leyte; 5 foot 11 Japen Jan Pinarfrom Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon; 20-year old Jesus Valdez from San Juan City; and 18-year old Dencel Lacerna from Lucena City.     Others on the team are go-to-guy Paolo Pablico, who sizzled with 30 points in their first game, Leonard Franz Amburgo, Royce Bello, Carlo Jimenez, Jesus Valdez, Mark Alvarez, John Phillip Nuguid and George Labang......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 29th, 2018Related News