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May 10, 2019 Police Blotter

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Liverpool boys swimmers hold off F-M, go to 11-0

first_imgAside from this, Nguyen was victorious in the 200 individual medley in 2:11.74, with Will Allen going 5:25.26 to win the 500 freestyle. Uriy Grabovyy earned 205.45 points in diving to edge F-M’s Connor Gleasman (198.50) for the top spot.And in the opening 200 medley relay, it was Nguyen, Merrick, Brownlow and Wilhelm who swam to a time of 1:43.64 as Merkling, Jack Andrejko, Ian Denny and Ismar Latifagic were second in 1:47.37.Andrejko went 57.88 seconds in the 100 backstroke, just behind the 57.12 from F-M’s Quinn Smith. Foley took second in the 100 freestyle in 52.55 seconds as Wilhelm was second in the 100 butterfly in 1:00.36.Moving on to Saturday’s Burgos Memorial Diving Invitational, Grabovyy picked up 379.95 points, putting him in sixth place as Jamesville-DeWitt/CBA’s Lucas Dekaney won with 477.95 points.Back on Friday, Cicero-North Syracuse won its last meet of the regular season, the Northstars traveling to Auburn and defeating the Maroons by a score of 81-70.John Harbaugh as first in the 100 butterfly in 1:00.22 and posted the fastest 100 backstroke time of 1:08.64. He also helped Seaver Schultz, Logan Petralia and Dom Bagozzi tear to a time of 1:33.33 in the 200 freestyle relay.Connor Burke beat the field in the 200 IM in 2:23.16 after helping Harbaugh, Petralia and Schultz go 1:46.60 in the 200 medley relay, with Petralia speeding to 22.58 seconds in the 50 freestyle as Bagozzi won the 100 freestyle in 55.75 seconds.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story It first happened in the 50-yard freestyle, where the Warriors went 1-2-3, Julien Brownlow taking it in a swift 22.05 seconds ahead of Curtis Merrick (22.94) and Josh Foley (23.95).Over the course of the next four events, F-M rallied and took a 64.5-60.5 lead, only to have it all turn again in the 200 freestyle relay. Again Liverpool swept the top three spots, with Brownlow, Foley, Brayden Catalina and Brandon Nguyen nabbing the victory in 1:34.50.But the meet wasn’t clinched until the 100 breaststroke, when Griffin Merkling, already qualified for the state meet in this race, roared to victory in 1:00.26 and Ryan Wilhelm was second in 1:08.09. Tags: boys swimmingliverpoolcenter_img Once more, the Liverpool boys swim team can celebrate the accomplishment of an undefeated regular season and a Salt City Athletic Conference title.The league championship was already clinched when the Warriors faced Fayetteville-Manlius Friday night at Cazenovia College, but saw its undefeated mark threatened before fighting past the Hornets 96.5-88.5.At three different points in the meet, Liverpool would put together timely sweeps, two of which provided the lead, the other clinching the team win.last_img read more

Champions League Final: African Stars Take Centre Stage

first_imgThe power of African football will be on display on Saturday, when Liverpool take on Tottenham Hotspur in the final of the UEFA Champions League (UCL), the world’s most prestigious club competition.The match billed for Atletico Madrid’s 67,000-capacity Wanda Metropolitano Stadium and scheduled for live broadcast on all DStv packages as well as GOtv Max and Plus packages, will see Africa’s biggest soccer exports on both sides.Liverpool boast the trio of Egypt’s Mohamed ‘Mo’ Salah, Senegal’s Sadio Mane and Cameroon’s Joel Matip, who will lead the charge for what will be the Reds’ sixth victory in the competition and the second since being renamed the UEFA Champions League. Mane and Salah, who both got 22 Premier League goals, form two-thirds of Liverpool’s dreaded front three, while Matip is the other half of the much vaunted central defensive partnership with Holland’s Virgil van Dijk.Salah will hope to banish the hurt suffered in last year’s final, when he suffered a shoulder injury early in the game, a development that affected his performance at the 2018 World Cup with Pharaohs in Russia. The Egyptian superstar has only four goals in 11 Champions League games this season.Mane, Senegal’s speed and goal demon was impressive in the Premier League. The 27-year old has played 12 Champions League matches, scoring four goals. Matip has risen from a bit-part player to an integral part of the team, which conceded the fewest number of goals in the Premier League, is likely to start the final.On Spurs’ side will be Cote d’Ivoire’s Serge Aurier and Kenya’s Victor Wanyama, who have not been used regularly in the Champions League this season.Aurier, a vastly experienced right-back, has played only five Champions League games, while Wanyama, a defensive midfielder, has been on the pitch for only 292 minutes, but may get a game on Saturday as he will be expected to keep Mane in check.According to a statement from DSTv, the UEFA Champions League final broadcast will include half hour highlights of the four semi-final games; the official UEFA Champions League preview show at 6:00pm; the studio build-up including crossings from Madrid at 6:30pm; and then the live match from 8:00pm.Football action will continue for DStv and GOtv after the UEFA Champions League final when the much-anticipated 2019 Africa Cup of Nations kicks off on 21 June.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more