Next week, the electro-funk artist, Griz, is set to kick off his North American tour alongside Michal Menert, Late Night Radio and of course, his sax. Griz will be stopping by a number of cities beginning on April 3rd at Northern Michigan University and traveling into May, ending in Texas. Check the full list of tour dates below and be sure to catch Griz live in a city near you!4/3/14 @ Marquette, MI | Northern Michigan University4/4/14 @ Fargo, ND | The Venue4/8/14 @ Lincoln, NE | Bourbon Theatre4/9/14 @ Iowa City, IA | Blue Moose4/10/14 @ Milwaukee, WI | Eagles Ballroom4/11/14 @ Grand Rapids, MI | Intersection4/12/14 @ Athens, OH | #Fest 4/15/14 @ Pittsburgh, PA | Rex Theatre4/16/14 @ Charlottesville, VA | Jefferson Theatre4/17/14 @ Charlotte, NC | Chop Shop 4/18/14 @ Charleston, SC | Music Farm4/19/14 @ Orlando, FL | Firestone Live4/20/14 @ Miami, FL | Grand Central4/23/14 @ Tampa, FL | The Ritz Ybor4/24/14 @ Jacksonville, FL | Freebird4/25/14 @ Pensacola, FL | Vinyl Music Hall4/26/14 @ Counterpoint Music Festival | Kingston, GA 4/29/14 @ Fayetteville, AR | George’s Majestic4/30/14 @ Columbia, MO | Blue Note5/1/14 @ Tulsa, OK | Cain’s Ballroom5/2/14 @ Dallas, TX | JMBLYA 5/3/14 @ New Braunfels, TX | JMBLYA – Amanda Cowan
Airline’s Christian Walden won the 160-pound class. Last year, the Parkway Panthers finished sixth in Division II in the Allstate Sugar Bowl LHSAA State Wrestling Tournament.Parkway coach Emmett Beggs believes his team has a shot to do a lot better this year and even make a run at the title.“We have a shot this year because this is the deepest team we have had since we won it last back in 2006,” Beggs said in an e-mail message.“We have individual state champions every year but that’s not what wins team titles. It’s the other guys doing their part placing third through sixth. We feel we have those guys the next few years. It would mean a lot to South Bossier and North Louisiana wrestling to bring the DII title back to its home and to do it in Bossier would make it extra special.” The 2017 state tournament gets underway Friday and concludes Saturday. It will be held at the CenturyLink Center for the second straight year.Friday’s opening session starts at 9 a.m. The second session begins at 4 p.m.Saturday’s first session starts at 8 a.m. The final session of the tournament, which includes championship matches, will start at 6:30 p.m.The defending champions are New Orleans Brother Martin (Division I), Lafayette Teurlings Catholic (Division II) and New Orleans De La Salle (Division III).Parkway has nine wrestlers who have won 30 or more matches this season — Trevor Tamburo, Joshua Keeler, Darryl Nicholas Jr., Ryan Huckaby, Trey Fontenot, Toby Fontenot, Matthew Pitts, Dalton Driggers, Zachary Harper, Kaleb Garcia and Carson Sanders. Tamburo finished third in the 120-pound division last year. He has moved up to the 132-pound class and is the top seed. Pitts is the No. 1 seed at 138. Huckaby (152) and Driggers (160) are seeded second in their respective weight classes. Harper is No. 3 at 113 and Trey Fontenot No. 4 at 126.The tournament will mark the swan song for Airline senior Christian Walden, who goes into the event with a 45-0 record.Walden won the 160-pound title last season and is looking for his third straight state championship. He is the top seed.Walden is one of five Airline wrestlers who have won 40 or more matches. The others are Dakota Brace, Joshua Partin, Darrell Evans and Matt Salinas.Salinas is the No. 2 seed at 195 pounds. Brace (106), Evans (182), Partin (138) and Thomas Barringer (126) are seeded fourth in their respective divisions. Airline finished seventh in a tough Division I last season. Division I has traditionally been dominated by New Orleans private schools.Holy Cross and Jesuit finished 2-3 behind Brother Martin last year.The Vikings added the Bossier Parish Championships title on Friday to their District 1-5A and regional titles.Haughton’s DJ Monroe and Johnny VanVeckhoven posted runner-up finishes in Division II last year and should contend again this year. Monroe is the No. 2 seed at 195.Benton’s Jordan Myles, third last year at Division II 170, is also a threat to win. The undefeated Myles is the No. 2 seed at 170.— Russell Hedges, [email protected] Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
Plaisance Guardians and Kobras secured wins in the 2nd and U23 divisions respectively, when the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association [GABA] ‘League Championship’ continued on Wednesday. Staged at the Burnham Court, Parade and Carmichael Streets, Plaisance Guardians downed Pacesetters 66-61. Terrence Daniels recorded a game high 23 points. He was assisted by Jared Sears, Delroy Critchlow and Akeem Crandon tallied 15, 10 and seven points respectively.On the other side, Zion Gray led the way with 18 points, while M. Rose and George Yearwood scored 13 and 11 points correspondingly. Meanwhile, Kobras defeated Sonics 60-58. Akil Hughes top scored with 17 points, while Justin Algu, James Lakhan and DeAndre Denny scored seven, seven and six points each.For the loser, Denzil Logan and Jamal Booker tallied 18 and 16 points each. The tournament continues tomorrow at the same venue with another round of matches.
President of the Nigerian Boxing Board of Control (NBB of C), Dr Rauf Ladipo and Secretary-General of the boxing body, Remi Aboderin, have commended the sponsors of GOtv Boxing Night for their plan to stage the World Boxing Federation (WBF) Intercontinental heavyweight title bout in Lagos.The high-profile match, which will see Nigeria’s Onos “Godzilla” Ehwariemi take on Argentina’s Ariel “Chiquito” Baracamonte, is the headline encounter of the nine-bout show holding on 28 December at the Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos. Speaking over the weekend, Ladipo described the WBF bout as an indication of progress Nigerian Boxing has made.“The WBF is a prestigious world boxing body. That a WBF title bout is holding in Nigeria is a clear indication of the progress the sport has made. Huge credit should go to GOtv, which has provided enormous support for boxing over the last five years, and, of course, Mr Adewunmi Ogunsanya, Chairman, MultiChoice Nigeria, for making this a reality,” said Ladipo.Aboderin, the body’s Secretary-General, is of the same persuasion. He stated that the WBF title bout is the biggest bout to be staged in Nigeria in decades, adding that it is a big plus for Nigerian boxing and the country itself.“We have not had such a high profile fight in Nigeria for a while. The NBB of C is really happy with the support for the sport by GOtv, whose intervention since 2014, has given boxing a lifeline,” Aboderin said.Aboderin, who is also President of the West African Boxing Union (WABU), called on other corporate organizations to emulate GOtv, which he said has demonstrated plenty commitment to youth development via boxing.GOtv Boxing Night 20 will feature three other title fights. The are the West African Boxing Union (WABU) lightweight title bout between the defending champion, Rilwan “Real One” Oladosu of Nigeria and Ezekiel Anan; WABU welterweight bout between the reigning champion, Nigeria’s Rilwan “Baby Face” Babatunde and Ghana’s Sanitor Agbenyo; and a national bantamweight title bout between Sadiq Adeleke and Opeyemi “Sense” Adeyemi.Other bouts include a national featherweight challenge clash between Taiwo “Esepo” Agbaje and Olusegun Moses; a national super featherweight contest between Ridwan “Scorpion” Oyekola and Sikiru “Omo Iya Eleja” Shogbesan; and a national light heavyweight fight between the reigning national champion, Adewale “Masevex” Masebinu, and Olanrewaju Segun.Alaba “Eylbow” Omotola will square up against Bolaji “fight to Finish” Abdullahi in a national lightweight challenge, while Cynthia “Boby Girl” Ogunsemilore will face Aminat Yekini in an all-female bout.The event will also feature live musical performances from rave-of-the-moment, Zlatan; Mayorkun and Oritsefemi. Related
FLOYD MAYWEATHER has posed for the new boohooMAN discounted collection – with the boxing legend proudly showing off one of his designer watches.The 43-year-old can be seen on the UK-based online fashion company’s website wearing clothes from the ‘Man Gold’ range.Floyd Mayweather models a black and gold t-shirt and short set for boohooMANMayweather – who won world titles in five weight divisions before retiring in August 2017 after racking up a 50-0 record – has been in Blighty recently for his UK tour.And the 1996 Olympic bronze medallist appears to have had time for a fashion shoot as he modelled a black and gold t-shirt and short set worth £17.50.The American icon also wore a black and gold hooded tracksuit, that costs just £28.As of Wednesday, there is a massive 30 per cent off on the new range, meaning you can look as dapper as Mayweather himself and won’t have to break the bank doing so.Mayweather is currently in mourning over the death of his uncle Roger, with the boxing world left in shock by the passing of the former world champ and legendary trainer.And ‘Money’ is also reeling from the death of his ex-girlfriend Josie Harris who he fathered three children with. The global superstar recently commented on the future of the heavyweight division, where he claimed that Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury’s dominance at the top will soon come to an end.At a DKM Promotions event, he said: “Boxing is strong all around the world, and even if I was in the US I would say the same thing.“Just because you win one fight, that doesn’t define your career. You can be up here today and down here tomorrow, so no fighter should ever take that for granted.Those wishing to buy the set worn by Mayweather will have to fork out £17.50Mayweather, 43, looks stylish as he models a black and gold tracksuit worth £28“Anthony Joshua is a hell of a fighter. Tyson Fury is hell of a fighter. It doesn’t matter who wins, if I’m not getting paid that’s none of my business.“But the thing about boxing is that there’s great fighters all around the world, and there’s always someone ready to take that spot.“There’s going to be a heavyweight who is not from the UK and not from the US who is going to make a lot of noise. Everybody remember that, mark it down.”Floyd Mayweather’s uncle and cornerman of 12 years Roger dies aged 58 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Source: Boxing – thesun.co.uk
*This is wrong on so many levels.A Linden (New Jersey) high School defensive lineman is in hot water for playing dirty. And its not like he can say he wasn’t because he was caught on video doing so.The New Jersey high school player was seen pulling the helmet off of a blocker on the opposing team, and then while the player was on his hands and knees the Lineman knocked him upside the head with the helmet and walked away.Read more (and see the video) at EURThisNthat.
Guardiola also hit out against the idea that top flight teams could enter it later in the competition. 12/02/2016 at 17:13 CET “In Spain, with two-game rounds, it’s tough, but here with one game it’s very attractive and very interesting.” Guardiola said that including big teams from the start with small teams was good too, mentioning how Lothar Matthaus and Didi Hamann’s Bayern were knocked out by Vestenbergsgreuth. “The system is perfect, the small teams deserve the chance to fight against the big ones,” he said. Sport EN/EFE Pep Guardiola defended the German Cup, saying that one-game ties instead of two allowed greater chances for smaller teams to surprise bigger ones. “We can’t forget that a few years ago Matthaus and Hamann lost in the first round,” said Pep. The pair commentate on Sky in Germany on the Bundesliga on Saturdays and at times have been very critical of Guardiola.
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The Nelson Neptunes charged up the pool lanes to win to finish third at the Castlegar Aquanauts Meet as the Kootenay Summer Swim Association entered its final stage of the season.The Neptunes, which has struggled for most of the indoor swimming campaign, finished behind Kootenay powers Castlegar and Trail in the seven-team meet Sunday in the Sunflower City. Nelson was led division three boy’s sensation, Sam Matthew.Matthew has won gold medals in every meet this season, once again capturing the top prize.Neptune assistant coaches Kiandra McLaren and Melissa Afford, won silver in division six and seven girls, respectively.Kourtney Brager took home the bronze in division three girls.The Neptunes were inspired by the spectacular swims of the winter-club swimmers.Jordan Andrusak won the gold medal in O cat 1 girls while Kelsey Andrusak claimed the bronze.Meanwhile, in O cat 2 boys, Niallan Collier also won gold.Jordan Andrusak also set no less than four new records during the meet.Andrusak set new marks in 50-meter breaststroke, 100-meter freestyle, 50-meter freestyle and 100-meter individual medley.Not to be outdone, Collier smashed records in 100-meter breaststroke, 100-meter butterfly and 200-meter individual medley.The Neptunes travel to Kimberley this weekend for the final meet of the season.The team then prepare for regionals August 6-7 in Castlegar.The top swimmers advance to the B.C. Summer Swim Championships August 15-21 in [email protected]