February 27, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditCHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Grant Riller had 24 points as College of Charleston topped Delaware 80-71 on Thursday night.Brevin Galloway had 19 points for College of Charleston (16-13, 10-7 Colonial Athletic Association), which snapped its four-game losing streak. Sam Miller added 16 points and eight rebounds.College of Charleston totaled 52 points in the second half, a season high for the team. Riller carries Coll. Of Charleston over Delaware 80-71 Associated Press Justyn Mutts had 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Fightin’ Blue Hens (20-10, 10-7). Nate Darling added 18 points. Ryan Allen had 12 points.The Cougars improve to 2-0 against the Fightin’ Blue Hens on the season. College of Charleston defeated Delaware 75-63 on Dec. 30. College of Charleston finishes out the regular season against Drexel at home on Saturday. Delaware finishes out the regular season against UNC Wilmington on the road on Saturday.___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___ This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com
– King narrowly miss podium in Boys 200MKENISHA Phillips’ memorable showing at the South American Youth Games continued yesterday, when she picked up another Silver, this time in the 200M.Phillips had won Silver in the 100M and narrowly missed a ‘top of the podium’ finish in the 200M, having ran 24.40 seconds, behind Colombia’s Angie Echeverria who copped Gold with 24.33 seconds. Another Colombian, Shary Quiñonez (24.81 seconds) was third.Jermaine King, who won silver in the 100M, just missed the podium in the 200M, placing 4th (22.11 seconds) behind Brazilian Lucas Vilar (22.02 seconds). Colombians Sebastian Berrueco (22.07 seconds) and Gian Carlos Mosquera (22.09 second) finished second and third respectively.Meanwhile, in the Girls long jump, Guyana’s Annalisa Barclay’s leap of 5.12 metres was only good enough to see her finishing fifth in the event.The South American Youth Olympic Games is a regional multi-sport event organized by the Organización Deportiva Suramericana (ODESUR).The games are held every four years consistent with the current Olympic Games format and the first edition was held in Lima, Peru, from September 20 to 29, 2013. The age limit for athletes is 14 to 18.
In his second tournament as a professional, Paul Dunne will be looking to follow-up on his impressive performance at the Dunhill Championship last week as he’s among the early starters today at Woburn.Padraig Harrington, Shane Lowry and Darren Clare are also in this week’s field.Graeme McDowell is another early starter this morning – after a disappointing 2015, the Ulsterman says he’s already firmly focused on next year.
Curry responded to the initial letter, delivered shoes to Morrison around the holidays and enlisted the young girl’s help to design the UA ICON Curry 6 United We Win colorway, which the company describes as a blend of purple and deep orchid with white. Never too young to create change. After penning a letter to @stephencurry30 asking for his sneakers to be listed in the girls’ section last year, 9-year old Riley Morrison inspires her own “United We Win” Curry 6 colorway releasing on International Women’s Day. 💪 pic.twitter.com/tEXmJ3Dla2— Complex Sneakers (@ComplexSneakers) March 8, 2019“I’ve been kinda blown away, and certainly grateful for the opportunities that Stephen has given me, including sharing inspiration for other girls through the sockliner art. This has been such an incredible experience,” Morrison said. Warriors star Stephen Curry kept true to his promise.In response to a letter written by nine-year-old Riley Morrison last fall that questioned why his shoes were sold only in boys’ sizes, Under Armour addressed the concern and unveiled Curry 6 shoes designed for girls as part of International Women’s Day on March 8. Related News Stephen Curry keeps promise, delivers shoes to girl who took issue with his shoe sizes Curry surprised Morrison with her own pair of the new shoes a day before their official release.Change comes with action; action can come from anyone. @StephenCurry30 is celebrating #InternationalWomensDay, revealing the promise he made with a young Riley Morrison, showing girls everywhere the power of a determined voice: https://t.co/x4n1jMpWKD pic.twitter.com/2JRxb0ZSnN— Under Armour News (@UAnews) March 8, 2019″I was immediately impressed when I saw Riley’s letter; that a 9-year-old girl had the courage to use her voice to call attention to an issue and keep us accountable,” Curry said of Morrison. “She was focused on the opportunity for ALL girls, not just herself. She’s been an amazing catalyst for change – not only with my product but also with the entire Under Armour brand. She is inspiring, and wise beyond her years.”Proceeds from sales of the new shoes will go toward a scholarship that the Stephen and Ayesha Curry Family Foundation and Under Armour have created “to honor Riley’s courageous spirit.” The scholarship will help college-bound female students in the Bay Area that have overcome adversity and encouraged change.
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Oly Town ArtesiansMatt Stalnik’s hat trick and a pair of goals from both Greg Wolfe and Nate Salveson led the Oly Town Artesians to the first win in franchise history, a 10-8 victory over the Wenatchee Fire on Saturday night at Olympia Indoor Soccer.In a brutal first fifteen minutes that saw four blue cards issued to the two teams, Matt Stalnik started the scoring for the Artesians midway through the first quarter with a power play goal on an assist by Luke Chouinard. Minutes later, on another power play, the Wenatchee Fire got on the board thanks to a Josh Alvarez goal with 5:15 left in the quarter. The two teams went to the first break knotted up at one.But the floodgates opened in a wild second quarter that saw 10 goals scored. Stalnik started it off again with a screamer that found the back of the net with just 50 second gone in the period. But Wenatchee would take their only lead of the game behind goals by Matthew Stafanko at the 13:30 mark and another goal by Alvarez with 12:20 left in the quarter.Down 3-2, the Artesians went on a four goal run to take the lead for good. Nate Salveson started the run with a goal off of a free kick with 10:37 left in the second quarter. Greg Wolfe scored at the 7:40 mark and less than a minute later, Martin Ramirez got on the scoresheet to put the Artesians up 5-3. Wolfe scored again on a pass off the boards from Salveson to extend the Artesians lead to 6-4.Juan Barboza scored a power play goal for the Fire at the 2:13 mark of the second and then Oly and Wenatchee traded goals in the final minute, the first an Artesians goal by Salveson. Alex Espinoza finally finished off a crazy second quarter with 23 seconds left and Oly went to the locker room with a 7-5 lead.Once again, Stalnik started the scoring with a goal in the first minute of the period off an assist by Ramirez to put the Artesians up 8-4. Wenatchee answered back with a goal by Yonathan Rodriguez with 11 minutes left in the third but Mike Rancipher and Brady Espinoza each tallied the only other goals of the quarter and Oly took a 10-6 lead into the fourth quarter.Goals by Mauricio Perez and Hernan Menoza got the Fire to within two at 10-8 with eight minutes left but Artesians goalkeeper Mauricio Sanchez made amazing save after amazing save the rest of the way and Oly held on, 10-8, for their first ever franchise victory. Sanchez finished the night with 23 saves and was fantastic between the pipes despite the eight goals against.The Artesians moved to 1-1-0 (3 points) while the Wenatchee Fire dropped to 1-1-1 (4 points). Oly Town takes their first road trip of the season when they visit the Arlington Aviators on Saturday, December 13th while Wenatchee plays host to first place Tacoma.
The Panthers, 21-8, opened States with a five-set victory over Florida State College at Jacksonville.However, Palm Beach State lost to top ranked Miami-Dade 3-1 and before being swept 3-0 in the rematch against Florida State College at Jacksonville.By the way, the weather in West Palm Beach recently has been a balmy 26 C. The Nelson Daily: Take me through the way you got to attend Palm Beach to play volleyball.Katie Wayling:I look at life as one big adventure. As my grad year came to it’s last few months I started thinking more and more about how I could get out and live life to it’s fullest.I began to realize all the opportunities that were right there in front of me so I set out to pursue one and it landed me here. I started by researching schools in areas that I would like to travel to. After emailing several different schools, I came across PBSC (Palm Beach State College). I contacted the coaches and after they reviewed my game footage they offered me the full ride scholarship. How could I pass up the opportunity to not only play volleyball at the collegiate level, but also travel to a place I have never been before! I took the chance, packed my bags and hopped on a plane to Florida saying goodbye to everything familiar to me . . . and all I can say is I couldn’t be happier with my decision.TND: How’s the volleyball experience? KW: Not only are my coaches very kind, but they make me see the game in ways I didn’t know existed. Running plays I have never ran before makes things new and exciting so I enjoy every opportunity I get to get better. I feel as though I have become a much stronger setter since training here. I have a great time with all the girls on and off the court and have certainly made friendships that will continue down the road for many years to come. This is the exact level I wanted to compete at so I am very content. TND: Are you getting lots of time? KW: We started the season running a 6-2. I would play three rotations, sit three rotations, then back in for three again and so on. About a month into the season we began running a 5-1 with me as the starting setter. I have been getting plenty of playing time with the exception of a couple games that I was out due to a shoulder injury. TND: Do you live on campus?KW: The majority of student-athletes live in Emerald Lake’s apartments and town houses. It is a very nice complex surrounding a lake less than a mile off campus. I live in a two-story town house with three teammates. The houses are very nice and spacious- LOVE having my own room. TND: Did you think last year at this time, during Grade 12 season with the Cats, you’d be playing varsity volleyball in Florida?KW: I had no idea where life was going to take me at that point. TND: Did your time at Mount Sentinel prepare you for life outside the Kootenays?KW: The months I spent with classmates, (the) teachers of Quest for Community, the things I experienced and life lessons I discovered in that time span have had more impact on shaping me into the person I am today than anything else in my life. TND: And what about all those bus rides, tournaments and provincials as a member of the Wildcats?KW: All of the great times and achievements that were had with (varsity volleyball coach) Joe (Moreira) and the Cats will never be forgotten. email@example.com As an athlete at South Slocan’s Mount Sentinel High School, Katie Wayling has done it all — well almost everything.Moving from Stanley Humphries in Castlegar during her Grade 9 year the budding volleyball/basketball star made an immediate impact on the varsity girl’s teams.During the four years at Mount Sentinel Wayling was part of a pair of provincial titles, both — B.C. High School A Girl’s Volleyball Championship in 2007 and B.C. High School A Girl’s Basketball crown in 2008— coming in the same school year. Wayling, 18, achieved the rare feat while playing with older sister Kendra.Something very rarely accomplished at the high school level, especially in the Kootenays.Wayling also played for Team B.C. Volleyball squad in the summers of 2007 and 2008.But athletics is not the only highlight of Wayling’s schooling.In January of this year, the daughter of Rand and Christine Wayling was part of the Mount Sentinel School trip that was in Haiti during the earthquake.Which was an event that definitely gave the 5’7” setter from Canada a different outlook on life.So much so that Wayling has allowed very little moss to grow under her feet as she is now attending school in sunny Florida at Palm Beach State College, located 60 miles north of Miami in Lake Worth, Florida.The Nelson Daily Sports Editor Bruce Fuhr caught up with Wayling prior to leading the mighty Panthers into the National Junior College Athletic Association Florida State Championships Women’s Volleyball Championships in Winter Haven.