Bad Dogs Motorcycle Group hosts food drive for Catholic Charities of Broome County

first_imgThe group also said they advertised the event largely on social media to promote a heavy turnout. At the food drive, organizers were asking for nonperishables that will be delivered to families in need. Earlier today, the Bad Dogs Motorcycle Group held a food drive for Catholic Charities of Broome County at Schneider’s market in Kirkwood. Organizers say they will be back next Saturday starting at 10 a.m. at Schneider’s and they encourage more people to come and donate.center_img Organizers of the group said they wanted to give back and help out the community, especially with the pandemic still affecting famalies. KIRKWOOD (WBNG) — While Thanksgiving is right around the corner, a local organization is reminding people that it’s important to remember those in need who may not have access to meals.last_img read more

Lady Bulldogs & Lady Cardinals Split DH

first_imgTaylor Rowlett (4 points) and Kelsey Roell (4 points) led the team in scoring. Taylor also lead the team with 5 steals.  Jill Hartman had a team high 6 rebounds. The Batesville 8th grade girls’ basketball team lost to St. Louis by a score of 37 to 17. The seventh grade Lady Bulldogs won a close contest against a good St. Louis team.The Bulldogs were led in scoring by Hattie Westerfeld with 12 followed by Ellie Waechter with 10, and Caitlyn Broering with 6. Sydney Ayette and Stephanie Nobbe played very well defensively for the Dogs.The seventh grade girls are now 1 and 2 on the season.St Louis 7th grade Lady Cardinals hosted cross town rival Batesville Bulldogs Monday night and came up on the losing end by a final score of 31 to 29.St Louis worked hard on both ends of the floor. Best of the year. The game was entertaining and up for grabs right up to the final horn.Hanna Hurm lead the offense with 12 points. Hailey Mohr followed with 6. Avery Roell & Harlee Masavage each had 4 points. Kate Burkhart added 3.Score by Quarter. St Louis 6 Batesville 4; St Louis 14 Batesville 10; St Louis 20 Batesville 22; St Louis 29 Batesville 31.center_img Score by Quarter:BMS:    4   8   12   17ST. L: 11  17   28   37Batesville Season Record: 2-1.St. Louis 8th grade girls were victorious over Batesville, 37-17.SLS had 3 girls in double figures.  Gabi Garcia had 14, Audrey Weigel with 13, and Baylee Rohlfing with 10. Rohlfing dominated the boards with 13 rebounds.  Weigel had 6 steals and Audrey Amberger had 5 steals.Submitted by all of the coaches.last_img read more

Sherwood seeking to win safety race

first_img Sherwood, before becoming head coach, was at Tottenham as assistant first-team coach under Harry Redknapp and worked with Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe at White Hart Lane. The 32-year-old returned to England in January after a year with Toronto in Major League Soccer and Sherwood believes Defoe is the Black Cats’ chief threat. He said: “If they are going to survive it’s going to be Jermain Defoe who keeps them in the Premier League, that’s why they forked out that sort of money for him. “He didn’t have to go, he went for a lifestyle change to Canada but he still has that appetite to come back and play for Sunderland, in a relegation battle. “Jermain can score goals on his own but he prefers people to slide the ball across the six-yard box for him to be in the right place at the right time, that’s what he’s done all of his career.” Press Association And with the Cheltenham Gold Cup on Friday, Sherwood is hoping Villa, who have never been relegated from the Premier League, can avoid being unseated. He said: “I think it’ll be a photo finish and I hope we’re not in it. “We’re probably just coming around the corner but it’s probably the longest run-in in racing history. “All we’re looking at is the next fence and that’s Sunderland. After that we hope we can stay in the running, there might be a few who fall along the way and we’re hoping that’s not us.” Villa have won their last two under Sherwood, beating West Brom twice in the league and the FA Cup to reach the semi-finals. They were the new manager’s first wins since replacing Paul Lambert in February and Sherwood has been impressed with the squad’s attitude. “They’ve been good and a win makes an awful lot of difference. They have been focused and up for the fight,” he said. “They haven’t dwelt on the position. It’s about looking forward now, what we have done previously counts for nothing.” Tim Sherwood insists Aston Villa are ready for the home straight and wants to avoid a photo finish in the relegation battle. The boss takes his Barclays Premier League thoroughbreds to Sunderland on Saturday for a crunch clash. The Black Cats are a point and a place ahead of fourth bottom Villa, who themselves are just three points above the drop zone. last_img read more