Lady Pirates fall to Knights in away game, 10-0. The Pirates only managed two shots on goal. Keepers Ella Lowe and Emilee Enrstes did manage to a total of 23 shots from changing the scoreboard. Lowe played the first half and ten minutes of the second half. She stopped 13 shots. When Ernstes started she took over where Lowe left off stopping 10 shots. The defense also utilized the offside trap catching the Knights four times while playing a deep defense. Your Lady Pirates record this year is now 1-9-3. The Pirates next game is away at Connersville on Thursday (10-3), Game starts at 5. Courtesy of Pirates Coach Ryan Morlan.
Gearing up to start the new school year in Palm Beach County, school district officials provide an update during a news conference on Tuesday morning. Palm Beach County is set to start school on Monday, Aug. 31 with distance learning for all students.
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error THE GAME: Seven Angels pitchers combined to hold the San Diego Padres to four hits in a 2-1 victory on Sunday at Tempe Diablo Stadium. The Angels are 2-1 this spring.PITCHING REPORT: Right-hander Garrett Richards worked two innings, allowing just a solo homer to Austin Hedges. He struck out three. Richards has missed most of the past two years with injuries, but he said he feels good now, the result of an offseason regimen in which he combined strength and flexibility training. … Left-hander John Lamb, who did not pitch in spring training last year because he was rehabbing from a back injury, pitched two scoreless innings. “Those were two big innings for him,” Manager Mike Scioscia said. “Hopefully he’ll get confidence every time he goes out there.” Right-hander Luke Bard, a Rule 5 pick, worked a perfect inning. He has retired all six batters he’s faced this spring, with two strikeouts. “Luke has a good arm, another power arm,” Scioscia said. “He’s been throwing some real nice breaking balls.”HITTING REPORT: Luis Valbuena singled, his third hit in two starts. He was in the lineup at leadoff, but that’s not an indication that he will hit there in the regular season. In spring training, lineups are sometimes constructed to get players more at-bats earlier in the game. … Rene Rivera, who hit second, singled and doubled. … Jefry Marte singled in the third, driving the tying run in the third inning. The go-ahead run then scored on a passed ball.DEFENSE REPORT: Second baseman Jose Fernandez made a sliding stop of a ground ball. Fernandez is one of the candidates for the last bench spot. … Right fielder Rymer Liriano made a diving catch. … Catcher Carlos Perez made a pickoff attempt to first and threw the ball into right field. UP NEXT: Angels (Tyler Skaggs) vs. Padres (Jordan Lyles), noon PT, Peoria Sports Complex, Fox Sports West, KLAA/830
MARCUS RASHFORD put in a stellar showing as he scored twice to lead Manchester United to a 2-1 win over Tottenham at Old Trafford.The England star threatened over and over again in a blistering first-half, scoring the game’s opener in the sixth minute with a powerful right-footed shot – with a little help from Paulo Gazzaniga.2 Marcus Rashford was brilliant in Man Utd’s win over SpursCredit: GettyBut a moment of sheer genius from Dele Alli saw Spurs equalise shortly before half-time.Rashford deservedly grabbed a second goal early in the second-half after winning – and converting – a penalty after being trodden on by Moussa Sissoko.After a thrilling game at Old Trafford, here’s how SunSport’s Dave Fraser rated Man Utd’s stars against Spurs…DAVID DE GEA – 6A spectator in the early knockings as United took to the game to the Tottenham half, made a fine save to deny Serge Aurier, but the rebound was smashed home by Dele Alli after a gorgeous flick.Made a smart save from substitute Tanguy Ndombele late on – and another from Alli in stoppage time.AARON WAN-BISSAKA – 6Solid in defence, but his distribution after regaining possession is often lacking and can halt United’s counter-attacking threat.A crunching tackle to break up a Spurs counter-attack turned out to be a crucial final kick of the game.VICTOR LINDELOF – 6Had little to do with Spurs’ threat coming from out side, but there when called upon.HARRY MAGUIRE – 6Much like Lindelof, was a spectator for much of the match.ASHLEY YOUNG – 5Looked shaky at left-back, with Lucas Moura and Serge Aurier teaming-up to form a speedy, attacking partnership on his flank.Could have done better in the build-up to Dele’s goal, failing to throw his head at the ball before it reached his old international team-mate.The club captain’s days at Old Trafford are surely numbered with the emergence of Brandon Williams – and with Luke Shaw also on the books.Jose Mourinho explains why it’s easier for Man Utd to play against the better teams in the Premier League after Spurs lose 2-1 at Old Trafford2 Ashley Young struggled for large portions of the game against TottenhamCredit: ReutersACCA WITH LADBROKES Pick up a whole load of acca features to help you land the big oneSCOTT McTOMINAY – 6Back after missing three games with an ankle injury, failed to have much of an impact early on as United’s attackers took control of the game.Solid overall, as ever.FRED – 6Awful attempt on goal in the first-half, so off-target it was even saved from going for a throw-in, somewhat epitomised his time at United.Never shy to duck out of a heavy tackle though and made a couple of key contributions on the defensive end.DANIEL JAMES – 6Took a heavy knock early on after a lunge from Harry Winks which sent the Welshman clattering into Jose Mourinho.Always energetic down the right but perhaps not at his sparkling best. Had a strong effort saved by Gazzaniga in the second-half as he aimed to put the match out of Spurs’ reach.JESSE LINGARD – 6Looked better and some lovely footwork nearly led to a trademark, curled goal – only to see his shot just drift wide.Nice bit of link-up play in the second-half with James and Rashford and arguably a better option than Andreas Pereira in the No10 spot.Taken off with around five minutes to play after going down with cramp. A much more assured showing from the England man.MARCUS RASHFORD – 9Rifled home Man Utd’s opener. Gazzaniga should have saved it, but credit to Rashford for getting it in the corner with some real venom.Nearly had a second with a sensational free-kick minutes later that drifted millimetres wide, before rattling the bar shortly afterwards.Got goal No2 for the game from the spot early in the second-half after winning the penalty himself after a dangerous surge into the box.Quieter after that moment, but his work had already been done.Much more dangerous now he’s back playing on the left-wing…MASON GREENWOOD – 5Looked lively in only his second Premier League start, always in the right place as the sole centre-forward.Always appears confident in his own ability but was overall very quiet and utterly outshone by Rashford as the England star put in a stellar showing.ACCA WITH LADBROKES Pick up a whole load of acca features to help you land the big oneMORE MAN UTD STORIESLive Blogunited newsMan Utd news LIVE – Latest updates from Old TraffordMAN DOWNUtd and City face TWO-WEEK summer if they reach Euro finals before new Prem seasonDEPAY CHARTMan Utd flop Memphis used computer data and analytics to quit Old TraffordODS ON?Ighalo to leave Man Utd TOMORROW unless dramatic extension can be reachedPEA SHOOTERHernandez: Man Utd ‘still haunted’ by ‘mistake’ of Moyes replacing FergusonDEVIL’S ADVOCATEEx-Man Utd star Chadwick dreaded being picked for Keane’s team in trainingPicturedTRAINING DAYFernandes back in his Mini while Pogba arrives for training in yellow FerrariMARCSMANWatch Rashford floor Man Utd team-mates with ‘naughty’ bit of skill in trainingPicturedHOMER WINEngland and Dortmund star Sancho shows off new Simpsons and Sonic tattoosGossipBERN IT UPMan Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea on alert after Bernardeschi reveals Prem plansSUBSAndreas Pereira (for Mason Greenwood, 80 mins) – Failed to make much of an impact during his ten-minute cameo.Luke Shaw (for Jesse Lingard, 87 mins) – Little time to get into the game having been thrown on to rescue Lingard from his cramp.Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the next two games give his team the chance to prove themselves