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An unprecedented season of success for both of the Solvay bowling teams would cap off with their efforts in Section III tournaments over the course of two long Sundays.The girls Bearcats would go first, battilng for sectional honors Sunday at Liverpool’s Flamingo Bowl, where it would finish fourth in Division II and fifth among Class B squads.In the morning session, Solvay had team scores of 729, 672 and 685. After a 693 in the fourth game, the Bearcats had its best showing with a fourth-game 814 before finishing with a 710 for a total pinfall of 4,303. Cailtin McCann was the top Solvay individual with an 891 series and high game of 184. Abigail Lee was close behind, her 172 part of an 884 series as Elien Kiyyasia had 783 over five games and Rylie Dwyer had a five-game total of 727.As the Solvay boys await to go to its sectional tournament this Sunday at Utica’s Pin-O-Rama, it could look back on finishing runner-up to Homer in the Onondaga High School League standings.The Bearcats went to 10-2 by sweeping Weedsport 7-0 last Tuesday at Strike-N-Spare Lanes, with Ethan Bigelow earning games of 207 and 195 at the end of his 538 set. Tags: bowlingSolvayWest Genesee Russ Tarbell shot a 190 to close a 509 series, while Ed Matysuk finished with 177 and 188 in his 492 series. Alex Gallardo had a 473 series and Carter Lee’s 173 game was part of a 440 set.Solvay’s girls beat Weedsport 7-0 last Tuesday to also improve to 10-2 overall, second in the OHSL behind Christian Brothers Academy’s 11-1 mark.Anastasia LaFlair only bowled two games, but that included a 195 and 154. McCann closed with a 169, while Elien had a 147 game and Michalena Raymond a 131 game.West Genesee honored its senior bowlers prior to last Tuesday’s match against Cicero-North Syracuse at Solvay Recreation Alleys.In the boys match, which the Wildcats dropped 3-0 to the Northstars, Connor Mathewson had a final game of 202 in his 524 series, ahead of the 485 set from Richard Wituszynski.Jack Patch had a season-best 170 games, Deano Procopio shot a 168 games and Matt Halko had a 161 game. For the Northstars, J.J. O’Connell led with a three-game total of 572.On the girls side, WG lost 3-0 to C-NS, with Rebecca Wituszynski shooting a 427 series and high game of 166. Lorelai Leskoske had a 411 set and Gabbie Gardner a 384 series as Jessaia McGriff (475 series) and Kathryn Artz (472 series) set the pace for the Northstars.WG’s bowlers met Syracuse on Thursday and won a 3-0 boys match, led by Wituszynski, who got a 243 game to close out a 587 series as Bobby Bidwell earned games of 174 and 181.The girls Wildcats lost 2-1 to Syracuse, though Gardner had a 419 series with a 162 opening game and Leskoske closed with a 163 in her 416 set.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story
In the wake of Sunday’s 10-point win over England, Joe Schmidt is expected to allow several of his fringe players to return to their provinces for game time this weekend, with the rest of the panel expected to take part in an open training session on Wednesday at Kingspan Stadium.Having come on as a sub in Sundays win Tipperary’s Tommy O’Donnell will be hoping that his form has caught the eye of Joe Schmidt.The Cahir man has impressed in both of his Six Nations appearances this year – with trips away to Wales and Scotland standing between Ireland and the Grand Slam many feel O’Donnell has done enough to secure a place on the starting 15.
FOLLOW US WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 8th September, 2020 06:59 IST Freeman, Miller, Thomas Among Big NFL Names Still Unsigned Roster cuts were made and practice squads filled out around the NFL during what’s always a busy weekend on the league’s waiver wire LIVE TV Written By First Published: 8th September, 2020 06:59 IST Roster cuts were made and practice squads filled out around the NFL during what’s always a busy weekend on the league’s waiver wire.Several familiar names and players on roster bubbles took turns on the unemployment line — with some finding new jobs.As teams now turn their focus to preparing for Week 1 after what has been an unusual summer because of the coronavirus pandemic, coaches and general managers are scouring the free agents lists with one big question:Who’s left that could help us?In a nutshell, there aren’t as many big-name veterans on the open market as there might usually be, especially at the quarterback spot. Some of that might be attributed to the fact teams can keep a practice squad of 16 players — up from the usual 10 — and as many as six of them could be vets who have accrued any number of seasons in the NFL.Other teams are also playing it safe — and probably smart — by keeping players around at key spots, such as the Jets having five total QBs (Sam Darnold, Joe Flacco, David Fales, Mike White and James Morgan) combined on their active roster and practice squad.Some of the biggest unsigned free agents through the summer ended up finally latching on with teams late in camp or even after, such as Jadeveon Clowney (Titans) and Logan Ryan (Giants). Adrian Peterson was cut last week by Washington, but quickly landed in Detroit.Here’s a look at notable available players at each position:QUARTERBACKSBlake Bortles, Cody Kessler, DeShone Kizer, Trevor Siemian, Drew Stanton.Slim pickings here, and that’s not counting Colin Kaepernick, who hasn’t played since 2016. Bortles is just three years removed from leading Jacksonville to the AFC championship game, but spent last season with the Los Angeles Rams as a backup. Kessler, Kizer, Siemian and Stanton all have previous starting experience in the NFL.RUNNING BACKSDevonta Freeman, Lamar Miller, Isaiah Crowell, Bilal Powell, Theo Riddick.Freeman had a visit with the Jaguars, but left without a deal. The 29-year-old Miller was in camp with the Patriots, but was cut Saturday. He was scheduled to visit the Bills.WIDE RECEIVERSAntonio Brown, Dez Bryant, Mohamed Sanu, Hakeem Butler, Quincy Enunwa, Chester Rogers, Demaryius Thomas, Jermaine Kearse, Ryan Grant, Jordan Matthews, Laquon Treadwell.Brown wants to play again, but was suspended the first eight games of the season by the NFL for multiple violations of the league’s personal-conduct policy. Bryant, also looking for a comeback, had a tryout with Baltimore last month. Sanu and Butler could find jobs over the next few days after being cut over the weekend.TIGHT ENDSDelanie Walker, Jeff Heuerman, Ed Dickson, Charles Clay, Richard Rodgers.The 36-year-old Walker spent much of last season on IR with an ankle injury, but still might provide a team a veteran boost at the position.OFFENSIVE LINECordy Glenn, Ron Leary, Justin Britt, Jared Veldheer, Jonotthan Harrison, Donald Penn, LaAdrian Waddle, Brent Qvale, Jordan Mills, Ted Larsen, J’Marcus Webb.Lots of veterans here with plenty of starting experience all over the O-line. Any of these players could be on teams’ short lists to bring in because of an injury.DEFENSIVE LINEMENMarcell Dareus, Damon Harrison, Ezekiel Ansah, Jabal Sheard, Cameron Wake, Brandon Mebane, Kerry Wynn, Kyle Love, Domata Peko.Both Dareus and Harrison have been among the NFL’s top run-stopping D-linemen in recent seasons. Ansah has dealt with injuries in recent seasons, but is healthy and recently worked out for the 49ers.LINEBACKERSClay Matthews, Alec Ogletree, Nigel Bradham, Kareem Martin, Todd Davis, Mychal Kendricks, Wesley Woodyard, Darron Lee, Darren Bates, Vontaze Burfict.The 34-year-old Matthews’ days as a dominant pass rusher are behind him, but he still can provide a presence off the edge for a defense needing a final piece. Ogletree has been a tackling machine for most of his career. Bradham was cut by the Saints last month a few weeks after signing as a free agent.CORNERBACKSTrumaine Johnson, Aqib Talib, Prince Amukamara, Tramon Williams, Ross Cockrell, Morris Claiborne, Coty Sensabaugh. Johnson was released by the Jets in June after being a massive disappointment after signing a five-year, $72.5 million contract in 2018. Talib has been one of the league’s best, but he’s 34 and spent the last half of last season on IR.SAFETIESEarl Thomas, Reshad Jones, Tony Jefferson, Eric Reid, Morgan Burnett, Antoine Bethea, HaHa Clinton-Dix.Thomas obviously stands out in this group and his on-field performance is unquestioned. But, he punched Baltimore teammate Chuck Clark during practice last month and was released by the Ravens a few days later because of the incident.KICKERSStephen Hauschka, Adam Vinatieri, Matt Gay, Greg Joseph, Brett Maher.Hauschka was cut by the Bills and his name will surely be linked to any team that has struggles with their kicker early in the season. Gay’s release by Tampa Bay was also a bit unexpected after a mostly solid year, but the Buccaneers opted to go with Ryan Succop. The 47-year-old Vinatieri still wants to play, but had career lows in field-goal percentage and extra-point percentage before a knee injury ended his season.PUNTERSMatt Bosher, Ryan Allen, Lachlan Edwards.Dustin Colquitt was on this list until Monday, when he signed with Pittsburgh following his release by Kansas City after 15 years. Bosher had a tryout with the Bills, and Edwards was in camp with them this summer.Image credits: AP SUBSCRIBE TO US Associated Press Television News COMMENT