South Haven teams win, Caldwell girls, Oxford boys victorious

first_imgScoring: Oxford – Derek Williams 3, Gage Burkes 21, Dexter Norris 1, Carson Crain 6, Oggie Shimkus 1, Colter Silhan 5, Timmie Catlin 1, Alex Jones 15, Garret Kennedy 18. CVD – Sweaney 2, Boatman 2, Ames 25, Hollingshed 12, Helphingstine 3, Massey 6 3 PT FG- Oxford: Burkes 2, CVD: Ames 2, Hollingshed 1, Helphingstine 1, Massey 1 Caldwell 76 Sedan 42The Bluejays roared to a 17-13 first quarter lead and led 36-27 at the half in this high-scoring affair.Kambree York scored 28 points for Caldwell.Caldwell: Ty Issacs 14, Te. Issacs 2, Rice 7, Ward 4, S. York 2, K. York 28, Lebeda 6, Arnold 8, Arnett 5. Totals: 26 (3) 15-23 76. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The South Haven basketball teams swept their opponents. Oxford, Argonia and Caldwell were also in action Friday night…Girls: South Haven 52 West Elk 25South Haven kept its winning streak going with a rather easy win against West Elk. Asthon Barlow led South Haven with 12 and Launa White had 11.South Haven:  10  21  13  08—52West Elk:  05  10  05  05—25South Haven scoring:  Barlow 12, White 11, K. Tanner 9, Harris 8, P. Turek 6, Jacobs 4, Parks 2 Flinthills 50 Argonia 17. South Haven 50 West Elk 34South Haven used a 22-3 output in the second quarter to put the Patriots away.Scoring for South Haven: Lowe 6, Harris 2, Cully 3, Showman 20, Byers 6, Schuster 6, Ray 5, Moreland 2. Totals 19 (3) 9-18 50.West Elk was led by Loudermilk with 8. Boys: Oxford 71 CV-Dexter 50Quote from Oxford head boys coach Kyle Green: About as complete a game as we have played in a while. I was very proud of our kids. Garret Kennedy played well, finished inside and did a great job of posting and working inside. Our guards did a great job of getting him the ball. Gage Burkes and Alex Jones played well, they hunted great shots out of our offense and just played well. Overall it was a good team effort, our kids play hard and that’s all I can ask for. I was very proud of the way they played tonight. We are 9-4 on the year now, 4-0 in the SCBL, and we will get ready for Argonia on the road Tuesday. FT: Oxford: 16/29, CVD: 13/19 Cedar Vale/Dexter 45 Oxford 29 The Spartans led for all four quarters.CV-Dexter: Stone 4, Berkley 11, Kuntz 2, Ames 2, Rhodd 6, Burdelk 4, Arthurton 10, Clapp 6. Total: 19 (0) 7-15 45.Oxford: Norris 8, Payne 11, Moore 2, Metz 1, Mets 2, Whitlock 5. Total: 10 (0) 9-18 29 Oxford 11 15 24 21 71CVD 6 17 14 13 50 Sedan 43 Caldwell 30 Caldwell scored 16 of its 30 points in the fourth quarter after going scoreless in the third.Scoring for Caldwell: Halling 2, Ward 6, Kendrick 8, Webster 6, York 2, Wencel 6. Totals 10 (6) 4-8. No score was available for Argonia vs. Flinthills. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

Uganda are Africa women’s cricket T20 champions

first_imgFILE PHOTO: Ugandans celebrate an earlier win. They are Africa champions. PHOTO ICC-CRICKET.COMUganda ?? beat Zimbabwe ?? by 3wicketsICC Women’s World #WT20 Africa Cricket QualifiersWindhoek, Namibia | THE INDEPENDENT | Gertrude Candiru was the star with bat and ball as Uganda pulled off a stunning final day perfomance, shocking favourites Zimbabwe to win the ICC Women’s World T20 Africa Qualifiers in Windhoek on Saturday.Set 100 to win by Zimbabwe in the 20 overs game, Uganda, led by an unbeaten 23 from Chandiru, got the prize with 3 balls and 3 wickets to spare.Chandiru had earlier walked off with figures of 3 for 14 in 4 overs as Uganda restricted Zimbabwe to 99 for 7 in the allotted 20 overs.Uganda advances to the Women’s World T20 global qualifier set for either late this year or early next year at a venue that the world cricket governing body ICC will name.Twenty20 cricket (T20) is a shorter, supposed to be more exciting form of cricket. It is a version of the game that is designed to produce runs much more quicker than the traditional 50 overs, or test cricket, that is played over days.The Women’s World T20 tournament itself will take place in the West Indies in November next year where the West Indies will defend the title that they won for the first time in India last year after beating Australia by eight wickets in the final.Uganda Batting Tanzania404000-1.423320/80.0395/72.5 C Namugenyi401714.25 Share on: WhatsApp BowlersOMRWEcon  Bangladesh (2016 World T20) Ireland (2016 World T20) Papua New Guinea (East Asia Pacific) Scotland (European/Americas) Netherlands (European/Americas) Uganda (Africa) R Ntono c JN Nkomo b N Sibanda16201080.00 S Nampiina c CS Mugeri b TS Granger16231069.56 R Musamali401413.50 BattersRB4s6sSR Uganda431006-0.029235/51.4212/60.0 K Awino NOT OUT01000.00 Uganda Bowling The following teams have qualified for World T20 qualifiers: **Sources: Wikpedia,, The NamibianRELATED S Nampiina2020010.00 C Aweko402105.25 G Candiru401433.50 TeamsMatWonLostTiedN/RPtsNet RRForAgainst M Nalule c M Mupachikwa b JN Nkomo04000.00 F Najjumba20904.50 G Candiru NOT OUT232320100.00 F Najjumba b TS Granger8150053.33 Namibia413002-1.033250/57.5271/50.2 S Kemigisha run out (N Sibanda)7191036.84 R Musamali b N Sibanda101020100.00 Kenya422004-0.488240/59.0285/55.4 I Nakisuuyi c JN Nkomo b TS Granger2200100.00 C Namugenyi Uganda celebrates victory in Namibia on Friday. PHOTO THE NAMIBIANA day earlier, Uganda secured a double win over Kenya to reach the final, while hosts Namibia beat Tanzania by six wickets to win the fourth place play-off.Zimbabwe had ended the group stages top, including a comfortable 59-run victory over Uganda. Zimbabwe4400083.066336/50.2218/60.0last_img read more

Cooper sparks Leafs to 12-3 thrashing of Fernie Ghostriders

first_imgThe Nelson Leafs busted out of an early season offensive slump in a big way Friday night at the NDCC Arena.Ryan Cooper finished with five points as the Leafs pounded visiting Fernie Ghostriders 12-3 in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action.In the previous two games Nelson managed to score only two goals — a 1-0 victory over Beaver Valley Nitehawks and a 2-1 loss to Kimberley Dynamiters.Friday, Nelson had no problem with the Fernie goalies, scoring three times in the opening two periods before unleashing a six-goal explosion in the third period on the winless Ghostriders. Cooper, Ethan Beattle and captain Sawyer Hunt each scored twice for Nelson with singles going to Ryan Piva, Justin Podgroenko, Zach Morey, David Sanchez, Jack Karran and Jackson Zimmermann.Ethan Land and Beattle finished the game with three points while Dash Thompson, Sanchez, Hunt, Karran and Zimmermann all had two points.Nelson goalie Josh Williams, won for the second time this season as the Leafs outshot the Riders 41-17.The win moves the Leafs into a four-way tie for top spot in the Murdoch Division with Castlegar, Grand Forks and Spokane.Nelson completes an early-season, four-game home stand Saturday when Columbia Valley Rockies pay a visit to the Heritage City.Game time is 7 p.m.The Rockies were blasted 9-3 in Castlegar Friday by the Rebels.last_img read more