Mistakes prove costly for Leuzinger

first_imgLaguna Hills 7, Redondo 5; Redondo 8, Sunny Hills 6: Ryan Vint scored eight goals as Redondo (1-1) split a pair of pool-play games at Tustin High. Wesley Nash and Alan Rupp each had a pair of goals. Girls tennis Della Taylor and Elle Taylor swept in singles as Redondo scored a 17-1 nonleague win over Culver City in the season opener for both teams. The doubles teams of Alix Politanoff and Romy Vargas and Aliya Stuart and Shayna Stuart each swept in doubles. In another nonleague match … CAMS 15, West Torrance 3: Haley Costigan swept her three sets for CAMS in a 15-3 rout of host West (0-1). No. 3 doubles team Gabriele Newman and Kemi Oyewole also swept their three sets for CAMS (1-0) in the win. Girls volleyball Brittni Saputo had seven aces and eight digs to lead host Mary Star to a 25-16, 25-10, 25-23 nonleague win over St. Anthony. Lauren Costa had 17 assists for Mary Star (1-0). In other nonleague games ? Serra 3, Bell-Jeff 1: Seini Tukutau had 16 kills, four digs and four aces for host Serra in a 23-25, 25-12, 25-17, 25-16 win over Bell-Jeff (0-1). Christine Barba added 22 assists for Serra (1-0). St. Bernard 3, St. Matthias 1: Whitley Robinson had 13 kills and three aces to lead host St. Bernard in a 25-20, 21-25, 25-19, 25-17 nonleague win in the season opener for both teams. Ashley Thompson added nine kills, six aces and five digs. Jessica Alvarez recorded eight aces, five kills and 30 assists. Girls golf Lori Harper shot even-par 36 as Mira Costa defeated Palos Verdes, 199-245, in a nonleague match at Chester Washington Golf Course. Seethal Motamarri shot a 40 for Mira Costa (1-0). Ally Wilcox paced Palos Verdes (0-1) with a 45. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! From staff reports Leuzinger lost a heartbreaking 21-18 nonleague football game to Legacy, Colo., on Thursday night at Orange Coast College. Quarterback Glynn Toliver completed 11 of 17 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns, but a fumble in the red zone with less than two minutes left allowed Legacy (2-0) to escape with a win. Toliver’s fourth-quarter miscue was Leuzinger’s sixth fumble of the game, the third inside the red zone. Leuzinger (1-1) also failed to score on each of its point-after-touchdown attempts, including a missed kick after a personal foul call on its first scoring play. “We just had too many mistakes. … too many turnovers,” Leuzinger coach Deon Toliver said. “They also made their PATs and we didn’t, and that was the difference.” Boys water polo Matt Pittluck had seven goals as El Segundo opened its season with two wins in the Ayala Tournament. El Segundo beat Glendora, 19-3, in the first round at Chino High. Pittluck and Nick Curico had four goals each. El Segundo beat Cathedral City, 13-5, in the second round at Chino High. Goalie Matt Kubeck had 12 saves in three quarters. Danny Rajaniemi had six goals in two games for El Segundo (2-0), which plays El Rancho today at 5:15 p.m at Chino High. A win would land El Segundo in the semifinals on Saturday. In the El Dorado Tournament … last_img read more

Everton plan swoop for Manchester United free agent

first_img no dice REVEALED Everton are targeting Manchester United star Chris Smalling, according to reports.Smalling, the centre-half, is out of contract at the end of the season and he’s been watched by Everton scouts as they weigh up a move for him. The 28-year-old has somewhat rediscovered his best form after last season was uncharacteristically poor by his standards.He’s made 14 appearances in all competitions, chipping in with a goal in United’s defeat of Watford, and is clearly regarded by Jose Mourinho as one of the club’s first-choice defenders.However, Smalling is out of contract next summer and, despite talks being held between him and the club, the former Fulham star is yet to put pen to paper on an extension.And Everton are showing interest in tempting him to Merseyside when his deal runs out in June, according to The Sun. Latest Football News shining Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move REVEALED Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card RANKED REPLY Smalling has been far better this season than he was throughout 2017/18 center_img Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? BEST OF Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade 1 MONEY huge blow Smalling is reported to have been watched by Everton scouts, working on the orders of Marco Silva, with the Toffees ready to splash the cash when the transfer window opens at the end of the season.United have the option to extend Smalling’s contract by a further year due to a clause written in his existing deal, but Everton will not be put off even if the Old Trafford club trigger the extension. ADVICE last_img read more

Jury selected for retrial of Dennis Oland in murder of his father

first_imgSAINT JOHN, N.B. – The retrial of Dennis Oland for the second degree murder of his father, Richard Oland, will begin on Tuesday.The final jury members were chosen on Wednesday, ending a three-day selection process that was originally scheduled for two weeks.Justice Terrence Morrison of the Court of Queen’s Bench thanked prospective jurors waiting in an adjoining courtroom, telling them they were free to go.“I am sure that will make your day,” he said, addressing the crowd on a closed circuit system.“I know it has been challenging for all of you.”The jury is made up of 14 members and two alternates — a larger-than-normal panel because the trial is expected to take so long, at least four months.There are nine women and seven men.The jury selection process began on Oct. 15, when over 1,000 people answered summonses and showed up at a local hockey arena.It was the first step in what promises to be a closely watched, high-profile murder case involving one of the most prominent families in the Maritimes.Richard Oland, whose bludgeoned body was found in a pool of blood in his Saint John office on the morning of July 7, 2011, was a former executive at the family brewery, Moosehead. The multimillionaire was a well-known businessman and sportsman in Saint John.His only son, Dennis, was charged in 2013. The verdict in Oland’s first trial was set aside on appeal in 2016 and a new trial was ordered.Oland has pleaded not guilty.last_img read more