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Skaneateles hockey wins twice, goes to 18-0-1

first_img Tags: ice hockeyskaneateles True, the bigger quests still lie ahead for the Skaneateles boys ice hockey team as it aims to repeat as both Section III and state Division II champions.But the accomplishment of an undefeated regular season is nearly in the books for the Lakers, who impressed again this week with two big wins over Divsion II challengers.Traveling to New Hartford Monday night, Skaneateles got off to yet another quick start and left the Spartans far behind them on the way to an 8-2 victory.It was 4-1 by the end of the first period, the Lakers ultimately seeing 10 different players earn points and six of them score goals, with only Jack Henry and Brendan Powers converting twice.Charlie Major had a goal and three assists, while Garrett Krieger, Cole Heintz and Charlie Russell each had one goal and two assists. Single assists went to Ben Clymer, Tom Coyne and Jacob French.Two nights later, Skaneateles went to Oswego, where the Lakers made up for a slow start in a big way by the way it tore through the last two periods of a 7-1 victory over the Buccaneers.Oswego did keep Skaneateles off the board in the first period, but once it broke through early in the second, the Lakers built a 3-0 margin and doubled it during the final period.Krieger set the pace with a three-goal hat trick, with Major and Russell each getting three assists. Henry added two assists as Heintz, Powers, Cam Lowe and Jacob Weeks earned single goals. French and Jack Buff got assists.Now all that is left was to tame Whitesboro in the regular-season finale next Wednesday night at Allyn Arena. Already, these two teams have clinched the top two seeds for the sectional Division II playoffs and had byes straight into the semifinals, which are not until Feb. 24-25.Thus, the Lakers and Warriors would play this game on this date so that neither of them would have a prolonged break between the end of the regular season and their respective semifinals.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story last_img read more

Premier League: London Rumbles for Arsenal, Tottenham Derby

first_imgArsenal will be hoping to maintain their strong home record against Tottenham in the season’s first north London derby at the Emirates today. The Gunners have lost just one of the last 26 meetings with Spurs at home in all competitions, winning 15 of those games.Tottenham’s only win at Arsenal in the last 23 years came in November 2010 when Younes Kaboul netted a late winner in a 3-2 victory.Arsenal are currently in stunning form, winning 11 of their last 12 matches in all competitions while Tottenham are enduring a tough run of results. Mauricio Pochettino’s men have failed to win any of their last six matches in all competitions, but were only three points off top spot in the Premier League brfore the weekend matches. Despite the winless run, this is Tottenham’s best ever start to a Premier League season and they are the only team in the league that are unbeaten (five wins, five draws).Hector Bellerin is expected to return for Arsenal after he limped out of training on Monday with a minor knock. The Spanish full-back was not part of the Champions League squad that travelled to Bulgaria to play Ludogorets on Tuesday.Theo Walcott, Santi Cazorla and Nacho Monreal are also close to full fitness after injuries but will face late fitness tests ahead of the match. Kieran Gibbs suffered a shoulder injury in midweek and will also be assessed.Pochettino has confirmed that Toby Alderweireld is out of the derby, but Harry Kane will be in the Tottenham squad. Mousa Dembele and Erik Lamela are both rated doubtful while Moussa Sissoko will also be unavailable as he serves the final game of his suspension. Eric Dier is likely to continue at centre-back alongside Jan Vertonghen.Arsenal are winless in their last four Premier League north London derbies (D3 L1) – they’ve never gone five without a win against Tottenham in the league under Arsene Wenger. Pochettino is undefeated as a manager in his four Premier League north London derbies. No Spurs manager has ever gone unbeaten in their first five league games against Arsenal in top-flight history.The team scoring first has failed to win this fixture on 23 occasions, the highest number in Premier League history (15 draws, eight defeats). The Gunners have scored at least once in 42 of their last 43 meetings with Tottenham in all competitions. Arsenal have lost just one of their last 20 Premier League games (W12 D7 L1).Tottenham are without defeat in their first 10 league games of a season for the first time since 1990/91. They eventually finished 10th that season.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Baranczyk, Hittner and Wendell Claim MVC Women’s Basketball Specialty Awards

first_imgDrake is ranked No. 20 in the latest Women’s Basketball AP Top 25 poll released Monday, March 6. It is the first time since 1981-82 the Bulldogs have been ranked for four-consecutive weeks in the poll. Drake’s ranking is also the highest for any MVC team since Missouri State appeared at No. 15 on March 13, 2001. Also, this week Drake moved to No. 19 in the USA TODAY Women’s Basketball Coaches Poll and has been ranked in that poll for three-straight weeks. Wendell joins an impressive group of former Bulldog stars who have been named conference player of the year. Wanda Ford (1985, 1986), Jan Jensen (1991), Kristi Kinne (1995), Tricia Wakely (1996), Kiersten Miller (1998), Rachael Hackbarth (2012) and Kyndal Clark (2014) have all claimed the Valley’s top individual award. Hittner is the fourth-consecutive Drake player to claim the Valley’s Freshman of the Year honor joining her teammates Sara Rhine (2016), Maddy Dean (2015) and Wendell (2014). A Drake player has won the MVC Freshman of the Year award a league-best 10 times in the history of the conference. Hittner, who was picked to the All-MVC First Team, has continued the run of Bulldog freshmen contributing immediately in their first season. The local product from Dowling Catholic is averaging 12.3 points and 6.0 rebounds per game while shooting 53.6 percent from the floor, 84.4 percent from the free-throw line and 52.4 percent from behind the three-point arc. Her shooting, free throw and three-point percentages rank third, second and first, respectively, in the MVC. Baranczyk guided Drake to its first regular season MVC championship since 2008 and the first outright title for the program since 2000. The 2016-17 team has a 25-4 record and is riding a program-record 19-game winning streak (one win away from tying all-time MVC record), which is the third longest active streak. The Bulldogs finished 18-0 in regular season play, the first time a MVC team has gone undefeated in conference action. Wendell has scored 2,470 career points, which is the third most in league history and third among active NCAA Division I players. She is just the fourth Bulldog and eighth MVC player to score 2,000 or more points. Wendell has been tabbed MVC Player of the Week a league-high five times this season and 14 times in her career, a total that is second all-time in Valley history behind Stiles. She had the longest double figure scoring streak in MVC history at 102-consecutive games and has scored in double figures in 120-of-125 career games. Wendell leads active MVC players in career 20-plus point scoring games with 65 and 30-plus point games with 10, including two 43-point career-high performancesIn her freshman season, Wendell won a program-record eight MVC Newcomer of the Week awards and was named the MVC Freshman of the Year. She has nabbed 258 career steals to rank third all-time at Drake and has made 226 three-pointers to rank fourth all-time at Drake. Earlier this week, Wendell was selected to the All-MVC First Team for the fourth-consecutive season, a feat that has been accomplished by just six others in MVC history. Wendell, who was tabbed the MVC Preseason Player of the Year, is averaging a league-leading 21.1 points and ranks among the top five in assists (3.1, 5th), free throw percentage (76.6, 5th), shooting percentage (51.1, 5th) and steals (2.7, T-2nd). She is the first MVC player to lead the league in scoring in three-straight seasons since Jackie Stiles led the league four straight seasons from 1998-2001. MOLINE, Ill. – Drake senior Lizzy Wendell (Blue Springs, Mo.) has been named the 2017 Jackie Stiles Missouri Valley Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Year while freshman Becca Hittner (Urbandale, Iowa) has been chosen the MVC Freshman of the Year and head coach Jennie Baranczyk has been selected the MVC Coach of the Year. The three were presented their awards at a ceremony on the opening night of the 2017 MVC Tournament at the iWireless Center in Moline, Ill. Hittner, missed the first four games of the season, but has played in 25 games with 23 starts since. She has scored in double figures in 19 of those 25 games, including in the last eight games. Hittner poured in a career-high 22 points in the win over Missouri State on March 2. Baranczyk is the third Drake head coach to be selected MVC Coach of the Year joining Lisa Bluder (1995, 1997, 1998) and Lisa Stone (2001). She has compiled an impressive 96-60 record in five seasons as head coach, including a 61-29 mark in league play. Baranczyk has had nine players earn 16 all-conference selections, four MVC Freshman of the Year winners and one MVC Player of the Year winner during her tenure. The Bulldogs have recorded three-consecutive 20-plus win seasons under Baranczyk. It is the first time since 1999-2002 this has occurred at Drake. Drake is the top seed at this week’s MVC Tournament at the iWireless Center in Moline, Ill. The Bulldogs will play No. 9 Illinois State on Friday at 12 p.m. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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