William “Bill” Stevens, age 84, of Osgood passed away on May 18, 2019 at Manderley Heath Care Center. Private family services are scheduled.
Facebook Twitter Google+ No. 4 Syracuse’s game against Canisius was moved from April 5 to Sunday, April 3, SU Athletics announced in a release on Wednesday morning.While the game changes days, the location and time remain the same. The Orange (9-3, 2-1 Atlantic Coast) travels to Buffalo, New York, to face Canisius (4-5, 1-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic) at 7 p.m. after playing No. 13 Duke in the Carrier Dome at noon the same day.Syracuse is 3-1 on the road this season, the lone loss coming against then-No. 16 Boston College by a score of 13-8.SU’s contest with the Golden Griffs starts a three-game road swing that continues at Virginia Tech and Albany on April 9 and 12, respectively.Syracuse ended a skid in which it lost three of five and fell from its No. 2 ranking by beating No. 5 Notre Dame, 12-11, on the road on Sunday. The Orange continued its momentum with a 17-7 thumping of Connecticut on Tuesday night at home.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on March 30, 2016 at 11:47 am Contact Sam: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Sam4TR Related Stories Kayla Treanor and Riley Donahue lead Syracuse to 17-7 win over ConnecticutAllie Murray overcomes early mistake to help Syracuse crush Connecticut
Jamaica dominated the junior division among the boys when the International Sports Karate Association (ISKA) Amateur Members Association World Championships kicked off at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.Competing in the 13-17 boys, +71 kg, points sparring category, Ryan Robinson beat his St George’s College teammate Duncan Smith to take gold, with Malike Murray claiming bronze for Jamaica.The hosts also swept the top three spots in both musical and traditional forms, boys 7-12 categories. Rising Sun Karate students dominated both divisions through gold medal winners Alessandro Doshi and Lee-Michael Henry, respectively.Jamaica has so far tallied 66 medals, comprising 15 gold, 22 silver and 29 bronze.With the adult divisions that started on Thursday, Jamaican stars such as former ISKA champions, Olympian Kenneth Edwards, Nicholas Dussard and Richard Stone, as well as defending champions from last year’s Amateur World Championships held in Greece, female fighters Sheckema Cunningham and Akino Lindsay were expected to be in action.
According to Italian press, results of today’s examinations of Pjanić’s injured ankle joint of left foot confirmed that he won’t be able to play for at least four weeks.Football player of Roma and one of key players of BiH did not suffer any serious injury, but even so, this injury will disable him from playing in the match against Greece, which is one of the most important matches of BiH football team in this qualifying round, since the match will be played on 22 March.The program of rehabilitation for Pjanić starts today.Pjanić’s injury will force Safet Sušić, BiH team manager to will have to make adjustments, and there is a possibility that Zvjezdan Misimović will play for the national team.