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Staff Report : SU volleyball continues program-record start to season

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ The SU women’s volleyball team’s consecutive sweep streak ended at 10, but its record start to the season remains alive and well following its fourth straight tournament title win to begin the season.The Orange stands at 16-0 as it continues to build upon its program-record start to the year. At the Kent State/Mizuno Open this past weekend in Kent, Ohio, SU swept Louisiana-Monroe and Duquesne 3-0 each to reach 15-0.But then the Orange faced Kent State, a squad that would not make SU’s bid for 16-0 an easy one. The Golden Flashes pushed SU to a deciding fifth set, but the Orange took control with a 6-3 run to get the win.Noemie Lefebvre made her fourth all-tournament team of the young season, while Mindy Stanislovaitis made the all-tournament team for her second such honor this season.Following Friday’s 3-0 sweep of Louisiana-Monroe, SU took the court on Saturday against Duquesne, where the result was not all that different. Lefebvre tallied 13 kills while Hayley Todd contributed eight. Laura Homann added 33 assists.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn the 3-2 win over Kent State following the sweep of Duquesne, Lefebvre had a whopping 21 kills to go along with 21 digs. Todd was not too far behind her, with 20 kills. Lindsay McCabe and Stanislovaitis added to the offensive outpour with 15 and 13 kills, respectively.SU will look to build off its perfect record and four consecutive tournament titles when it begins Big East play on Sept. 24 at Georgetown.Men’s soccerAfter letting in two goals early in its match against American on Saturday, SU was unable to come back, losing 2-1.American’s first goal came on a passing combination that left American forward Mike Worden with only Syracuse goalie Jeremy Vuolo to defeat. The ball was out of Vuolo’s reach and hit the back of the net only seven minutes into the game.Ten minutes later, American struck again. This time, the goal was a result of a corner kick. The ball was deflected to American’s Alassane Kane, who knocked it in for his fourth goal of the season. Despite a rocky start, however, the Orange held American scoreless for the last 70 minutes of the game. It even had a goal called back in the first half due to an offside call.SU wasted no time in the second half. In the first minute, Brett Jankouskas was taken down in the box. Nick Roydhouse took the penalty kick, which sailed into the net just under the crossbar. The goal was his SU-leading second of the season.Roydhouse had five of Syracuse’s 11 shots of the day. The 11 shots were the most taken by the Orange this year.The loss drops Syracuse’s record to 1-4. The team has not had a home game since the season opener on Sept. 1. It will play at Cornell (3-2-1) Wednesday. The Orange will return home Saturday to face Big East rival Pittsburgh.Field hockeyIn the final weekend of the Syracuse’s six-game road trip, the results were a repeat of the team’s history away from home this season. The No. 8 Orange (5-3) locked down its first Big East win of the season on Saturday with a 5-1 victory over Rutgers, but lost the Sunday game 1-0 to No. 4 Princeton. It was SU’s third straight loss to the Tigers, who sent coach Ange Bradley’s squad home in the second round of the NCAA tournament last season.SU was dominant in Saturday’s game as the team outshot the Scarlet Knights, 16-2. The Orange struck first, just under 20 minutes into the game on a penalty corner, as junior midfielder Martina Loncarica tapped in a pass from senior back Maggie Befort. Befort got into the action nearly six minutes later on another penalty corner, and Loncarica returned the favor with the assist.After Rutgers scored just before halftime, the Orange bounced back with a goal from sophomore forward Kelsey Millman. SU did not let up from that point on, as senior midfielder Lindsey Conrad and junior forward Heather Susek each added a goal.The Sunday game at Princeton didn’t go as smoothly for the Orange. Princeton’s Michelle Cesan tallied the game-winning goal from the top of the box with only 1:10 left in the game after an SU turnover, but scoring chances did not come at a premium. Both teams had 13 shots, and Princeton led SU in penalty corners 11-9.SU will finally come home to face No. 12 Louisville on Sept. 25 at J.S. Coyne Stadium, before heading on another five-game road swing.— compiled by The Daily Orange sports staff Commentscenter_img Published on September 19, 2010 at 12:00 pmlast_img read more

Sub-state week is only a couple weeks away; plus high school action tonight, youth wrestling results

first_imgSouth Haven, Caldwell at Udall:  Teams playing: Caldwell, Dexter Cedar Vale, Flinthills, St. Paul, South Haven, Udall.Analysis: This will be a huge tournament for both the South Haven boys and girls who could get into the state tournament. South Haven boys are ranked No. 2. Udall is looming at No. 7. The two teams have knocked out the other the past two seasons in sub-state. So this is indeed a grudge match. The urgency is there for both teams as they are both senior laden.On the girls side, South Haven girls are not ranked, but are to be taken very seriously. They have a tough sub-state especially with Dexter Cedar Vale, St. Paul and Caldwell which all have winning records. •••••Wellington youth wrestling:Wellington youth wrestlers had a great day at the Mulvane Tournament on Saturday. Wellington had five champions: True DeJarnett, Zane Cornejo, Kyler Henry, Tyler Murray and Carter Burnett! Wellington’s lone second place finisher was Seth Brown and the third place finishers were Skyler Branam and Grant Glover. Talan Cantrell and Axel Norris both finished fourth. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow —  While the high school teams play tonight, the year-end sub-state basketball tournaments are looming. We have the most current updated sub-state analysis for Sumner County teams. Also, Wellington youth wrestlers traveled to Mulvane over the weekend. How did they do?…High School schedule tonight: Wellington at Wichita Collegiate. JV girls- 4:15 p.m. at Collegiate High School, JV boys- 5:45 p.m. at Collegiate Middle School, Varsity girls – 6 p.m. at high school, Varsity boys – 7:30 at high school.Sumner County games:Argonia at CaldwellBelle Plaine at Wichita IndependentGarden Plain at Conway SpringsSouth Haven at Oxford. Sub-state analysis: With the high school basketball season winding down, every game becomes critical as far as the eight-team sub-state seeding is concerned. The better the record the higher the seed. Here’s a quick preview of how the Sumner County teams are stacking up with their sub-states as of today. Oxford at Moundridge: Teams playing: Central-Burden, Canton-Galva, Cottonwood Falls, Berean Academy, Herington, Moundridge, Peabody-Burns, Oxford.Analysis: Central boys are ranked No. 7 and Moundridge is No. 9. Oxford has an outside chance and can be considered a dark horse. Moundridge girls at No. 6 appear to be the favorites. Wellington — Sub-state at Mulvane.  Teams playing: Wellington, Mulvane, Wichita Trinity, Clearwater, Winfield, Augusta, Rose Hill, Wichita Collegiate.Boys: Wellington appears to be an eighth seed in the tournament meaning it will play the top ranked team in sub-state in the first round. That could easily be Clearwater which currently has the top record. It is locked in a battle with Wichita Trinity and Mulvane which are right behind them by a game.If Wellington and Clearwater end up playing one another in the first round, it will be the fourth time the two teams will have met. They might as well share locker rooms.The records for this sub-state are as follows:Clearwater 12-4, Wichita Trinity 12-5, Mulvane 11-5, Winfield 9-7, Wichita Collegiate 9-7, Augusta 7-9, Rose Hill 6-10, Wellington 5-11.There are three game left for which the seedings are made (the final regular season game doesn’t count). Rose Hill, the closest team to Wellington in the standings, owns the tiebreaker with Wellington since the Rockets beat the Crusaders in the regular season.Girls: Like the boys, Wellington girls don’t appear to have any “must” games down the regular season stretch. They are currently seeded fourth and could get seeded higher. But the significance of doing so isn’t all that great. It is widely believed there is not much separation in the top four teams in this parity driven sub-state.The records are as follows: Mulvane 12-4, Wichita Trinity 12-5, Clearwater 11-5, Wellington 10-6, Winfield 5-11, Wichita Collegiate 4-12, Rose Hill 4-12, Augusta 3-13.This could be a sub-state Wellington could win. Wellington’s loss to Mulvane a couple of weeks ago, the current No. 1 seed, was a loss the Lady Dukes would like to have back. It most certainly wasn’t a case of them losing to the better team – at least on that night. Belle Plaine, Conway Springs at Conway Springs Teams playing: Belle Plaine, Conway Springs, Douglass, Garden Plain, Leon-Bluestem, Sedgwick, Whitewater-Remington, Wichita Independent.Analysis: Garden Plain girls are most certainly the favorites in this sub-state. On the boys side, Wichita Independent has a 13-4 record and is ranked ninth in the state. Argonia at South Barber:Teams playing: Argonia, Attica, Cunningham, South Barber, Norwich, Stafford. Analysis: On the girls side, Argonia and Norwich appear on a collision course for the sub-state championship. The two teams tangled against the other in the sub-state volleyball championship with Argonia winning. South Barber could be a dark horse here. 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 (2) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com 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 Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. 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Transfer rumours and paper review – Wednesday, October 8

first_imgHere’s the top transfer-related stories in Wednesday’s newspapers…Liverpool and Arsenal are monitoring Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas after the 33-year-old hinted he wants to play in England. (Daily Star) Liverpool midfielder Suso, 20, will leave Anfield to join AC Milan either in January or for free during the summer. (Daily Express) Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has rejected an approach from Bayern Munich for 25-year-old Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil. (Metro) Wales international Gareth Bale, 25, has told Real Madrid team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo, 29, not to leave the Bernabeu club in order to rejoin Manchester United. (Daily Express) Stromsgodset midfielder Martin Odegaard, 15, has courted the attention of several Premier League clubs but Norway coach Per-Mathias Hogmo, who has included the teenager in his squad for his side’s forthcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers, has urged him to turn down a move to “an absolute top club”. (Daily Mail) Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United are all interested in 31-year-old Barcelona right-back Dani Alves, whose contract with the Spanish club runs out next summer, but the Brazilian wants to stay at the Nou Camp outfit. (Daily Star) Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, 24, says the club treated him like “cattle” during the summer when he was denied a move to Tottenham, but that he now intends to stay at the south coast side for the rest of the season. (Daily Telegraph)  QPR boss Harry Redknapp will make a move for Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor, 30, and Toronto forward Jermain Defoe, 32, during the January transfer window. (The Sun)England coach Roy Hodgson has cleared the air with Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal and defused their row over the fitness of 19-year-old defender Luke Shaw. (Daily Telegraph) And here are the latest talkSPORT.com transfer tales…Exclusive – ‘Struggling’ Ferdinand’s career could be over, claims MarshExclusive – QPR must buy three players to avoid relegation, says MarshExclusive – Southend boss Brown distances himself from Bolton jobDe Gea admits he almost quit Manchester UnitedReports – Real Madrid to make January move for RamiresArsenal and Liverpool on alert as goalkeeper eyes Real Madrid departurelast_img read more