Your Top 10 Fave Judith Light Roles

first_imgAngela Bower, Who’s the Boss Faye,The Assembled Parties Judith Light begins performances in All the Ways to Say I Love You, Tony nominee Neil Labute’s solo play, on September 6. In honor of her return to the New York stage in a one-woman drama (and highly anticipated comeback to the small screen for Transparent season 3 on September 23), we asked you to rank your favorite Judith Light roles. Though the Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner is nominated for an Emmy this year for her performance in Transparent, a throwback screen role was the fan favorite, as were her Tony-winning roles. Take a look at your top 10 below! Judith Ryland, Dallas Karen Wolek, One Life to Live Elizabeth Donnelly, Law & Order: SVU Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 23, 2016 Jeanne White, The Ryan White Story Shelly Pfefferman, Transparent Silda Grauman, Other Desert Cities Claire Meade, Ugly Betty View Comments All the Ways To Say I Love You Vivian Bearing, Witlast_img read more

Solvay football pounds Westhill; Marcellus edges Ludden

first_imgAnd though Westhill scored twice on McNitt’s 42-yard pass to Jack Small and a four-yard TD plunge, Solvay pulled further away with Bagozzi tossing four scoring passes, three of them to Scott.Mixed in with two-yard and 18-yard passes was another trademark big play, Bagozzi, from his own 28, throwing deep and finding Scott for a score that covered 72 yards before he capped it off with a nine-yard scoring pass to Elijah Wright.Solvay can complete a perfect 7-0 regular season if it wins Friday at Homer, while Marcellus and South Jefferson will square off up north to see who finishes second in Class B West and gets a first-round playoff home game, likely against Central Valley Academy.Getting that chance wasn’t easy for the Mustangs, though, as Bishop Ludden, at 2-3 and desperately needing a victory to keep its post-season hopes alive, pushed Marcellus to the wire.With its trademark ground attack, the Mustangs found the end zone twice in the first quarter, on runs of 10 yards by Trevor Widrick and Cameron Cerul, and added a one-yard TD sneak from Sean Tierney in the second period.Ludden scored once in each period, Nazier Kinsey scrambling 31 yards for one TD and throwing eight yards to Mikey Butera for another, so at halftime the Gaelic Knights trailed 21-14.Even Nick Kermes’ 17-yard end zone dash in the third quarter did not rattle the Gaelic Knights, who saw Kinsey dash 50 yards for one TD and then, midway through the fourth quarter, drove to the Mustangs’ eight, from where Kinsey found Antwon McMullen in the end zone.Evan Cervantes’ extra point tied it 28-28, but Marcellus countered with a clutch scoring drive that ate up most of the rest of the regulation clock. With 50 seconds left, quarterback Sean Tierney converted from the one for the winning points.As Marcellus faces South Jefferson, Ludden closes its B West slate next Friday with a trip to Cortland.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story With all of its neighbors and rivals conquered and a place in the state Class B top 10 plus a top playoff seed secured, the Solvay football team could now focus on completing an undefeated regular season.A large home crowd at Al Merola Field looked on Friday night as the Bearcats cranked up the offense against Westhill and prevailed 55-22, sending the Warriors to a fifth consecutive defeat.Meanwhile, Marcellus, bouncing back from its hard-fought 42-35 defeat to Solvay a week earlier, withstood a late comeback from Bishop Ludden and scored late in regulation to edge the Gaelic Knights 34-28 and improve its record to 5-1. In the wake of defeating Marcellus for the first time in 12 years and reclaiming the Tom Anthony Silver Cup, Solvay climbed to no. 10 in the state rankings, but was determined not to have a letdown back home against Westhill.That didn’t prove a problem as, first on the ground and then through the air, the Bearcats eight times found the end zone, starting with Russ Tarbell’s sprint from midfield 51 yards for a touchdown in the opening minutes.Two more drives followed, each capped by short TD runs of two yards by Blaine Franklin and one yard by Brock Bagozzi. Even the Bearcats’ defense got into it when Justin Scott intercepted a Riley McNitt pass and returned it 80 yards for six points.center_img Tags: Bishop LuddenfootballMarcellusSolvayWesthilllast_img read more

LA Dodgers’ Ryu, McCarthy, Bolsinger nearing rehab assignments

first_imgRoberts said Ryu threw between 50 and 60 pitches and “fared well” – but Cuban outfielder Yusniel Diaz did take Ryu deep at one point.“I don’t think we put too much credence in facing minor-league hitters,” Roberts said. “But it was a step in the right direction.”Ryu has had a few missteps during his recovery including a flareup of discomfort in his surgically-repaired shoulder during spring training and, more recently, a minor groin injury. But Roberts said he expects Ryu to throw to hitters one more time next week and then start a rehab assignment somewhere in the minors.McCarthy could be one step behind him. He is scheduled to throw to hitters in his next throwing session and will likely repeat that at least once more before going on a rehab assignment.While Bolsinger could progress rapidly after taking the mound in games, Ryu and McCarthy are likely to need most if not all of the 30-day maximum for rehab assignments. Ryu has not pitched in a competitive game since the 2014 playoffs. McCarthy made the last of his four starts in 2015 on April 25. TORONTO >> The on-again, off-again rehab of left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu might be nearing its final phase – and he could be bringing a couple other starting pitchers along with him.Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Friday that Ryu (recovering from shoulder surgery a year ago), right-hander Brandon McCarthy (Tommy John surgery last April) and right-hander Mike Bolsinger (an oblique injury suffered this spring) could each begin minor-league injury-rehabilitation assignments in the next two weeks.Bolsinger would be the first to join a minor-league team and that could happen “probably later next week,” Roberts said. Bolsinger has been pitching in game situations at the Dodgers’ extended spring training in Arizona.Ryu, meanwhile, threw to hitters from Class-A Rancho Cucamonga in a simulated-game situation at Dodger Stadium on Thursday. The throwing session was held on the main field with the Quakes hitters in order to “get some more data” on where Ryu is in his recovery, Roberts said. “It’s No. 1 with their health and then necessity, where we’re at,” Roberts said of how long those rehab assignments might go. “And there has to be some build up. The full 30 days? Maybe not. But it’s going to be three or four full turns.”That would put the earliest return dates for Ryu or McCarthy well into June.When ready, Bolsinger could replace Ross Stripling as the Dodgers’ No. 5 starter. Since taking a no-hitter into the eighth inning of his major-league debut, Stripling has a 5.49 ERA, .313 batting average against and has failed to complete five innings in two of his last four starts.Tourist timeWith an off day between their series in Tampa Bay and Toronto, the Dodgers had some time on their hands for tourist activities – and Yasiel Puig indulged in every one.Puig and Adrian Gonzalez were part of a group that went out on Lake Ontario on a fishing expedition Thursday. They came back with a 24-pound salmon. The team will be treated to fresh salmon in the visitor’s clubhouse Saturday.Later on Thursday, several Dodgers attended the NBA playoff game between the Miami Heat and Toronto Raptors (with Puig and Kenley Jansen at courtside).Some members of the travel party also visited the top of the CN Tower on Thursday and Friday – and hung off it. Bench coach Bob Geren, infielder Charlie Culberson and, of course, Puig took part in the EdgeWalk feature which allows visitors to walk around the top of the restaurant 1,168 feet above the ground while attached to harnesses.Roberts said he did not participate – “I don’t do heights” – but was involved in a math session led by Geren during which they tried to determine if it was possible to throw a baseball from the top of the tower into the infield of the Rogers Centre, located near the base of the tower.Roberts said Geren’s math determined the ball would have to be thrown at 50 mph to reach the infield. But he neglected to include a variable. The mechanism that opens the Rogers Centre roof has been upgraded but not tested yet. The roof will remain closed for the three-game series against the Dodgers.Puig isn’t done yet, either. Next on his itinerary — a visit to Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, also located next to Rogers Centre.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more