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San Miguel, Ginebra promise ‘tough battle’ in PBA Finals

first_img2 ‘bookies’ bet collectors held in Quezon Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Prince Harry: ‘No other option’ but to cut royal ties While Tim Cone has made a habit of steering his every team into the finals, the PBA’s most decorated coach still treats every series as a challenge.Cone has nothing but nice words for Austria and he is aware of how he was able to take the Beermen into the right direction after their disappointing run as the Petron Blaze Boosters.“Obviously he has a great team,” said Cone. “And I remember this well, there was the Petronovela team before he took over and he has got that team working like a well-oiled machine, they work hard together and they sacrifice together.”Petron already had the core of what would become San Miguel’s winning teams but despite its star power, it never won any title. But Austria was able to move the team into the champion it is now.“People can look at a talented team and say anybody can coach that team, but it takes a special guy to handle that team.”Austria, too, has nothing but love to give to Cone whom he described as his coaching inspiration.“Coach Tim is my idol, he’s a hard worker, he’s a great coach, the greatest in the Philippines right now, and every can lead any team into any championship,” said Austria. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite LATEST STORIES China counts sharp rise in coronavirus cases, 2 in Beijing And on Friday the sister teams will face off for the PBA’s most coveted title, the Philippine Cup.“It’s going to be a tough battle, let’s get it on,” said Ginebra’s Jayjay Helterbrand Wednesday during the pre-Finals press conference at Sambokojin in Eastwood.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSBreak new groundSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnSan Miguel has won the last two Philippine Cups under the tutelage of head coach Leo Austria, who has eradicated the stinging memory of the “Petronovela” saga.And with that glory under San Miguel’s name, the Beermen have been regarded as the best team in the conference but Austria knows it’s not just the Gin Kings that they’ll have to face but the Ginebra faithful that can turn any venue into their own “barangay.” Beggar dead in Quezon hit-and-run incidentcenter_img Motorcycle taxis ‘illegal’ starting next week — LTFRB board member Palace: Crisis over ABS-CBN franchise unlikely Prince Harry: ‘No other option’ but to cut royal ties “This series will be tough and exciting, especially for the fans,” said Austria who also led the Beermen to the 2015 Governors’ Cup title. “Even at the start of the season, we’ve been labeled as the powerhouse but we’re going to face the full house so expect a good show from us.”The last time these two franchises met in was in the 2006-2007 season when LA Tenorio was still a rookie for San Miguel and Ronald Tubid was part of the winners Ginebra.Tenorio, who laughed at the realization he’s been in the PBA for a decade now, echoed Helterbrand and Austria’s statements.“I’m happy we’re here but our job is not yet done,” said Tenorio, who helped Ginebra upend Star in seven games in the semifinals. “For sure it’s going to be a battle, it’s going to be a fun and exciting series, and hopefully this will be a long series.”The clash will also give fans a peak into an expected brilliant coaching battle between two champion mentors.ADVERTISEMENT Mercado, Cruz shine for Kings, earn Cone’s praise View comments Marcos monument beside Aquino’s stirs Tarlac town Ginebra coach Tim Cone and San Miguel coach Leo Austria. PBA IMAGESBoth teams are attached by name and have established a defining mystique.San Miguel is the winningest team in PBA history with 22 titles and while Barangay Ginebra San Miguel’s nine championships pale in comparison, it has the captured the hearts of the Filipino masses with its “never-say-die” spirit.ADVERTISEMENT Taal Volcano continues to emit steam, ash from weak explosionslast_img read more

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Three-month old hospitalized from fall

first_imgMISSION HILLS – A 3-month-old child was airlifted to Childrens Hospital Los Angeles after he fell out of his car seat and landed on his head, authorities said. The incident happened in the 11000 block of Marklein Avenue at 5:49 p.m., said D’lisa Davies, Los Angeles City Fire Department spokeswoman. “He was real lethargic,” Davies said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

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Kouyate and Zarate give West Ham brilliant win at Arsenal

first_img1 Mauro Zarate West Ham delivered the first shock result of the new Premier League season by deservedly beating an insipid Arsenal side at the Emirates.On Slaven Bilic’s English managerial debut, the Hammers shocked Arsene Wenger’s much-fancied side when Cheikhou Kouyate capitalised on a mistake by new Gunners goalkeeper Petr Cech just before half time.Cech was then accountable again for West Ham’s second when Mauro Zarate caught out the ex-Chelsea man from distance with just over half an hour remaining.Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain came close to grabbing a goal back but, in truth, the Gunners never really threatened to mount a comeback as the Hammers claimed bragging rights in the first London derby of the season.Bilic handed 16-year-old Reece Oxford, the club’s youngest ever player, a surprise first league start, and he showed composure that belied his tender years with an accomplished display at the base of a midfield diamond.Arsenal seemed devoid of the fluency usually so synonymous with their build up play, with the Gunners reduced to speculative efforts from Oxlade-Chamberlain and Santi Cazorla in the early stages.Angelo Ogbonna, the summer signing from Juventus, looked commanding on his West Ham debut at centre-back, although he was fortunate when Aaron Ramsey’s shot deflected off him and onto the Hammers’ crossbar.With the half seemingly fizzling out, Bilic’s side delivered the ultimate sucker punch. Cech inexplicably rushed off his line in an attempt to meet the impressive Dimitri Payet’s free kick, but Kouyate nipped in front of him to head into an unguarded net.Arsenal failed to improve after the break, and just before the hour mark Cech was caught out again by Zarate, who somehow wrong-footed the Czech international with a tame effort from 20 yards.The Gunners introduced Theo Walcott and Alexis Sanchez in an attempt to inject some initiative late on, but their introductions only served to unsettle the Gunners’ formation.The result and the nature of the defeat may raise some interesting queries for Wenger to consider with three weeks of the transfer window remaining, but for Bilic it was the perfect way to start his tenure.last_img read more

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Hungry, but hardly cannibals

first_imgRENO, Nev. – They ate the family dog, but the latest research into the Donner Party found no conclusive evidence of cannibalism by the Donner family at a Sierra Nevada campsite where several of the pioneers died in the winter of 1846-47, two scientists said Thursday. “I think this has the potential to revise the way people look at the Donner Party,” said Kelly Dixon, an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Montana and one of the lead authors who presented the findings at a conference of the Society for Historical Archaeology in Sacramento. Sawed and chopped animal bone fragments recovered during an archaeological dig at the Alder Creek campsite over the past three years suggested “extreme desperation and starvation,” their study concludes. But there’s no physical evidence members of the Donner family themselves resorted to the ultimate survival tactic that became synonymous with their name for a century and a half, the authors told The Associated Press. The other 21 members, including all the members of the George and Jacob Donner families, were six miles away at Alder Creek, having been delayed by a broken wagon axle. “We thought for sure based on all the accounts in the diaries and the relief journals and people’s memories that among the other animal bones, we’d definitely find other human remains” at Alder Creek, Schablitsky said. “So the most significant find is really what we didn’t find.” It means the Donner family members themselves may only have been “guilty by association,” she said. “The Donner family ended up getting the stigma basically because of the name,” Schablitsky said. “But of all the people, they were probably the least deserving of it.” Descendants of the Donner family say the findings bolster claims they have made for years – that the cannibalism was not as rampant as portrayed in sensational newspaper accounts of the time. “We are thrilled and relieved,” said Lochie Paige, the great-granddaughter of Eliza Donner, daughter of George Donner. “Their findings, in my mind, completely exonerate her from having any part in cannibalism,” she told AP from her home in California on Thursday. Dixon, who was at the University of Nevada, Reno at the time, and Schablitsky led a team that found a campfire hearth at the Alder Creek site in the summer of 2004, establishing for the first time that part of the Donner Party spent that fateful winter there. Contrary to the popular story that the Donners ate their own in part because they were such poor hunters, the new research documents a menu that included deer, rabbits and small rodents along with their oxen, livestock and a dog – presumably “Uno,” mentioned in some of the children’s later writings. “We get a picture where they are coming back to camp with arms full of venison and rabbit,” Schablitsky said. Shannon Novak, an assistant professor of anthropology at Idaho State University who examined the bone fragments, said the presence of “pot polish” suggests the animal bones were boiled in water to maximize the food value – an indicator of starvation. She said many of the bones were sawed, chopped and cut, “suggesting extreme desperation and starvation among the group.” Paige said Thursday she has become “very passionate about the story and the sensationalism that has gone along with the cannibalism aspect of it. “I do believe that cannibalism was part of the story. I just don’t think it was the most important part of the story.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “The Donner Party’s experience was bad, but it wasn’t as bad as everybody’s been told,” said Julie Schablitsky, the other lead researcher who is a historical archaeologist at the University of Oregon’s Museum of Natural and Cultural History. The findings don’t necessarily disprove the accounts of cannibalism told by rescuers and survivors stranded in a fierce winter storm in the mountains southwest of Reno and north of Truckee, Calif. But the absence of any cooked human bones among the thousands of fragments of bones of livestock and wildlife at the Alder Creek site suggest Donner family members may not have succumbed to the desperate temptation to resort to cannibalism, the archaeologists said. If cannibalism did occur at the Alder Creek site in what is now the Tahoe National Forest, it took place during the last few weeks of their entrapment, by fewer than 12 individuals, and the bodies were not processed to the bone, they said. Of the 81 members of the Donner Party who set out primarily from Independence, Mo., for California, 60 of them from the Reed, Breen and Graves families, among others, spent the brutal winter at a site where cannibalism has been documented, along what is now called Donner Lake bordering Interstate 80 just west of Truckee. last_img read more

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Want more capital in the Capitol? Hire a lobbyist

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card People who want to legalize marijuana have a lobbyist. People who don’t like e-mail spam have a lobbyist. Even people who own Bernese Mountain Dogs have one. “It’s endless,” says Rep. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., a longtime critic of the federal appropriations process who says the proliferation of registered lobbyists is a symptom of a broken system. Nowadays, he contends, it seems every industry, ideology and even disease has a power broker to protect its interests or, more likely, snag dollars from the federal government. The result: a vast increase in the number of “earmarks” or special funding for pet projects that politicians slip into legislation – more commonly called “pork.” Since 1999, the number of registered lobbyists has more than doubled to about 34,000. Meanwhile, the D.C.-based watchdog group Taxpayers for Common Sense found that the 1980 federal defense appropriations bill had 62 “earmark” projects – a number that soared to 2,671 last year. Lawmakers and analysts agree, there is a lobbyist behind each earmark. “Sure, there are the Motorolas and the Boeings and the Intels,” Flake said of big-name companies that hire mega-teams of consultants to cruise Capitol Hill for favors. “They’re outnumbered 20-to-1 by the school lunch servers and the Alzheimer’s advocates. “You name it, they have a lobbyist,” he said. “They’ve all got a program.” Penny Farthing, a partner with Patton Boggs LLP – one of Washington’s most powerful lobbying shops whose clients include Shell Oil, the Kuwaiti government and Los Angeles World Airports – said she believes it’s nearly impossible for a group to obtain federal funding without a lobbyist’s help. Which, many say, explains why it’s not just major cities such as Los Angeles and Long Beach or even smaller municipalities such as Pomona, Apple Valley, Duarte and Lakewood that have lobbyists. Now, it’s senior centers and youth groups and after-school programs as well. Even the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and Vulcan Park in Birmingham, Ala. – home to a 56-foot statue of Vulcan, the Roman god of fire – have lobbyists. And both have received federal earmarks from various spending bills. E. Del Smith, who represents Long Beach and several other California entities, said it’s “in vogue” for groups to hire a Washington lobbyist. And, he noted, neither deficits nor budget belt-tightening have stopped the practice. “It’s funny. There’s less money available at a time when there’s more lobbyists. And at the same time, because there’s less money, you need more horsepower to get it,” he said. Sometimes, of course, the goal isn’t direct funding but to persuade Congress not to enact regulations that could cost an industry big bucks. Bowling alley owners, for example, hired Berman & Co. in 2003 to lobby on issues ranging from tobacco and alcohol sales to small-business taxes. Chicago’s Billy Goat Tavern – made famous by John Belushi in a popular “Saturday Night Live” skit series – recently hired William Mullen Strategies to lobby on “issues pertaining to proper registration and licensing” of a new D.C. area location. Sometimes, money isn’t even part of the equation. Two months after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, lobbyist Philip S. Smith registered to represent Afghanistan’s Northern Alliance Junbish Party. Working out of his home and not the typical K Street corporate office, Smith helped pressure the Bush administration – against, he said, the wishes of some State Department officials – to aid Afghan Gen. Rashid Dostum. Meanwhile, lobbyist John Melcher, a former senator from Montana, said he took on the cause of the Bernese Mountain Dog Club because of his daughter, who is a breeder. He said the group doesn’t seek federal appropriations, but rather an end to puppy mills and stricter regulations on international imports of the big, fluffy, tri-color dogs. Yet with securing appropriations such a popular arena for lobbyists, many are wondering what the future might hold as Congress considers broad new ethics rules that could include a ban on earmarks. Farthing said it could spell major changes for the industry, though she said, “I would find it hard to believe that members would vote to do away with earmarks for public entities.” Flake, who is pushing legislation that two of the three contenders for majority leader have endorsed, said he wants to make sure all earmarks are introduced to bills early so they can be challenged and potentially removed. Currently, most earmarks are added to the final version of spending bills and, under House rules, no single item can be removed. If a lawmaker objects to certain spending, the only recourse is to vote down the entire bill, which often also includes vital military funding or other important items. No California lawmakers have signed on to support Flake’s legislation. “It would basically give Congress the line-item veto,” Flake said. “People talk about the president having a line-item veto, I think Congress should have one.” Referring to the former San Diego congressman who pleaded guilty to charges that he accepted bribes from defense contractors in return for steering billions of dollars in projects to them, Flake said, “As we’ve seen in the Duke Cunningham case, earmarks are the currency of corruption.” Lisa Friedman, (202) 662-8731 lisa.friedman@langnews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WASHINGTON – Do you have a lobbyist? If not, you’re part of a fast-shrinking minority without a hired gun in Washington, D.C. If you think that’s an exaggeration, consider this: Marriage counselors have lobbyists. People who grow sunflowers have a lobbyist. The oncologists, the neurologists and the anesthesiologists all have their own lobbyists. So do the cosmetologists. And the meteorologists. last_img read more

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Reagan Freeway may get extra lane

first_imgSIMI VALLEY – With work continuing on eastern Ventura County’s most anticipated highway widening project in years, local transportation officials now say they hope to begin widening a congested portion of another freeway – the 118 through Simi Valley. As crews put up sound walls and widen bridges along Highway 23 through Thousand Oaks to help unclog the area’s worst rush-hour bottleneck, officials have come up with a scaled-down plan to add one lane on the eastbound side of the 118 from Tapo Canyon Road to Kuehner Drive heading into Los Angeles. Because of rising construction costs, the $53.5 million earmarked in the state Transportation Improvement Program is not enough to widen the 118 in both directions from Tapo Canyon Road to the Los Angeles County line as once hoped. So, under the new plan, work could begin in the spring if funding is approved by the California Transportation Commission at a meeting scheduled for next month, said Carlos Hernandez, a spokesman for the Ventura County Transportation Commission. He said freeway workers appear to be doing everything possible to avoid congestion that might be caused by the construction work and to avoid nighttime construction noise. But Gillette said a big concern remains funding to complete expansion of the Highway 101 and 23 interchange. Without the interchange expansion, traffic could still back up because of the interchange snarl. “We are not approved for all of the funding, and we are continuing to pursue funding for that entire project,” the mayor said. eric.leach@dailynews.com (805) 583-7602160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe Christmas Truce of 1914 proved that peace is possibleEventually, officials hope to expand the entire 118 in both directions, but no firm schedule has been established because of funding uncertainties, which depend in part on whether state voters approve a transportation bond measure in November. Meanwhile, work is well under way on the 23, which is being expanded from four to six lanes under a $65 million project that started this spring. When completed, probably around the summer of 2010, the freeway widening should reduce congestion and improve traffic that backs up during the morning and evening commutes as residents come and go from Moorpark, Simi Valley and Thousand Oaks. Although some added congestion was expected as a result of the construction, there haven’t been major problems so far, officials said. “The people I’ve talked to in the community have expressed a high degree of appreciation that the project is moving forward and that it will eventually improve traffic flows and congestion on our city streets,” said Thousand Oaks Mayor Dennis Gillette. last_img read more

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Bale spotted on Real bench doing ‘bottle flip challenge’ as he Bernabeu exit

first_imgFootage has emerged of the 30-year-old attempting to make his water bottle land upright, and teammate Eder Militao even decided to join the fun.Bale’s antics follow a string of incidents which appear to signify his time at the Bernabeu is nearing its end.He controversially held up a banner saying ‘Wales, Golf, Madrid. In that order’ with his Wales teammates as they celebrated their qualification to Euro 2020 – the joke being Real Madrid are not his top priority.Following the headlines, which his agent branded ‘beyond ridiculous’, his teammates at least saw the funny side by mocking him with a golf swing during training. latest Liverpool transfer news live: Mbappe latest, Lille star wants to join Reds in future And despite being left on the bench once again for the weekend’s clash, Zidane has insisted that Bale is still a ‘part of the team’.“I don’t think Gareth’s role is less important now. I’m making my decisions, you know?”, Zidane said on Saturday.“I made three changes during the last match and Gareth wasn’t there. But Gareth is one of us, like always, he’s here and I’m going to count on him.“You need to know that I have 25 players and they´re all important to me. All of them.” appointed on target ‘Bottle flip challenge’, por Gareth Bale. #ElPartidazoDeMovistar pic.twitter.com/T21y3g4AfB— #Vamos de Movistar+ (@vamos) December 15, 2019 Gareth Bale’s Real Madrid career may well be coming to an end, but he is still doing his best to keep himself entertained.While he was once again benched by manager Zinedine Zidane, this time for the club’s 1-1 draw with Valencia, the forward amused himself by attempting the ‘Bottle Flip Challenge’. statement stalemate Ian Holloway thinks Arsenal have made a mistake in hiring Mikel Arteta Bale’s unsuccessful attempts prompted laughter from teammates during the Valencia game 2 targets LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS LATEST center_img Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman Strugglers Wigan hold Blackburn to goalless draw in Championship rookie error Steve Round reveals how Mikel Arteta convinced him to join Arsenal staff Spurs investigation into alleged racial abuse of Rudiger is so far ‘inconclusive’ Chelsea fan arrested for allegedly racially abusing Heung-min Son Bale is used to not playing regularly for Real Madrid and so found a new way to keep his focus – by playing the ‘bottle flip challenge’ His actions have led to the Real faithful booing and jeering him, while Spanish outlet Marca labelled him: ‘Wrong. Ungrateful. In that order’.Bale, who has been strongly linked to his former club Tottenham and Manchester United in recent years, currently earns a basic wage of £350,000-per-week and Real are struggling to find any suitors who are willing to pay his wages. PEP TALK Pep Guardiola gives Man City injury update and talks Christmas schedule update 2 Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti last_img read more

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March for Health Comes to Sylva NC

first_imgOn April Fool’s Day, April first, a nonpartisan group of local citizens will join marchers around the US for a very serious cause: healthcare access. Organizer Nilofer Couture is planning a satellite march in Sylva that will coordinate with marches set for Washington D.C., New York City, Seattle and other communities across the country.The goal is “equitable, affordable, quality health care for all” and an extensive Bill of Rights.  Under the new administration, people everywhere have grown concerned with the future of healthcare and losing the important gains that were made with passage of the Affordable Care Act. Marchers are insisting that healthcare is not a red or blue issue, but a human one. “Regardless of whom you voted for last November, women don’t want to go back to the days of paying more for their health insurance than men”, says Nilofer.  The group’s Bill of Rights includes demands that both Democrats and Republicans can agree on, such as ‘those with pre-existing conditions receive exactly the same rates and the same access to coverage as everyone else’ and ‘No one loses coverage as the result of any legislative transition period.’The aim of the march is to put a human face on the people with so much at stake- all Americans. “You shouldn’t have to worry that you’re one bad test result away from bankruptcy,” says Lauren, explaining “if coverage caps are once again instituted every person is at risk.”Asheville activist and journalist Leslie Boyd will be the keynote speaker who, along with Dr. Ed Morris from Franklin, Doug Trantham (Behavioral Health and Clinical Director, Cherokee Hospital), Caitlan Wyatt (Community Field organizer, Planned Parenthood) and Joe Sam Queen, (former Democratic member of the House of the NC House of Representatives), will speak at the rally before the march.  They will speak about those lives that stand to be affected by any loss of coverage. The speakers feel passionately about healthcare as a human right. “Women and children especially stand to lose so much in preventative care that they’ve been getting for free. Things like well-woman and well-child visits, vaccinations, mammograms, and pap smears.Marchers will gather first at the Bridge Park in Sylva from 1:00 – 3:00 pm for a rally and then march down the sidewalks of Mill Street and Main Street where the march will end at the fountain.last_img read more

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Seven Stats and Facts About Memorial Day

first_img1.  25 cities around the country CLAIM to be the birthplace of Memorial Day.  But the first state that officially recognized it as a holiday was New York in 1873. 5.  41% of us expect to buy something this weekend at a Memorial Day sale. 6.  Be careful out there:  There’s a 25% bump in cooking-related fires on Memorial Day.  About 50,000 people will be injured in car accidents this weekend.  And 44% of traffic fatalities will involve alcohol. 7.  42 million veterans have served in war time.  And a total of 1.3 million Americans have lost their lives defending the United States.  That’s an important stat since remembering THEM is what Memorial Day is really about. 2.  75% of us will go to a barbecue this weekend.  It’s the second most-popular holiday for grilling.  Fourth of July is first.center_img 4.  39.3 million Americans are traveling this weekend, up about 3% from last year.  88% are driving to their destination.  Orlando is the most popular place to go. We’re gearing up for a big weekend.  Here are seven interesting stats about Memorial Day . . . 3.  Between now and Labor Day, Americans will eat about 7 BILLION hot dogs.  That’s 818 hot dogs every second.last_img read more

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Spencer baseball hands Loyal first loss of the season

first_imgRockets finish regular season Tuesday at Owen-WitheeBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterLOYAL — The Spencer baseball team broke open a scoreless game with a seven-run fourth inning and rolled from there, beating Loyal 15-5 in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division contest Friday and sending the Greyhounds to their first loss of the season.Ryan Busse and Calvin Lenz each smacked home runs for the Rockets, who are now 13-4 overall and 12-3 in the Cloverbelt East. Loyal drops to 18-1 and 15-1 in the conference, having already clinched the Cloverbelt East title.Bobby Pilz struck out eight to earn the win on the mound. Despite seven walks, Pilz only allowed three hits and limited the damage to three runs in six innings. He also went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs at the plate.On Thursday the Rockets lost at Greenwood 5-3. Spencer was held to six hits in the loss.The Rockets wrap up their Cloverbelt East schedule Tuesday at Owen-Withee.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Rockets 15, Greyhounds 5Spencer 000 704 4 – 15 11 3Loyal 000 003 2 – 5 3 0WP: Bobby Pilz. LP: Riley Geiger.SO: Pilz 8. BB: Pilz 7, Hunter Luepke 3.Top hitters: S, Pilz 3×4, 2B, 2 RBIs; Ryan Busse 1B, HR; Calvin Lenz 1B, HR; Jonny Tomke 2 hits.Loyal statistics not reported.Records: Spencer 13-4, 12-3 Cloverbelt East; Loyal 18-1, 15-1 Cloverbelt East.—Indians 5, Rockets 3Spencer 001 010 1 – 3 6 5Greenwood 000 122 x – 5 10 2WP: Devin Toburen. LP: Nate Neumann.SO: Neumann 4, Calvin Lenz 3. BB: Lenz 1.Top hitters: S, Tomke 2 hits; Luepke 1B, 3B; Pilz 2B.Greenwood statistics not reported.Records: Spencer 12-4, 11-3 Cloverbelt East; Greenwood 7-8, 7-6 Cloverbelt East.last_img read more

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