Scoreboard roundup — 6/29/18

first_img Written by June 30, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 6/29/18 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Friday’s sports events:INTERLEAGUEChicago Cubs, 10 Minnesota 6AMERICAN LEAGUEL.A. Angels 7, Baltimore 1N.Y. Yankees 8, Boston 1Toronto 3, Detroit 2Tampa Bay 3, Houston 2Texas 11, Chicago White Sox 3Oakland 3, Cleveland 1Seattle 4, Kansas City 1NATIONAL LEAGUEWashington 17, Philadelphia 7Miami 8, N.Y. Mets 2Milwaukee 8, Cincinnati 2Atlanta 5, St. Louis 1San Francisco 2, Arizona 1Colorado 3, L.A. Dodgers 1Pittsburgh 6, San Diego 3WOMEN’S NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONPhoenix 95, Indiana 77Chicago 103, N.Y. Liberty 99Minnesota 85, Atlanta 74Las Vegas 94, L.A. Sparks 78Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.center_img Beau Lundlast_img read more

Scoreboard roundup — 10/19/18

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Friday’s sports events:NATIONAL LEAGUEMilwaukee 7, L.A. Dodgers 2NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONCharlotte 120, Orlando 88Brooklyn 107, N.Y. Knicks 105Minnesota 131, Cleveland 123Toronto 113, Boston 101New Orleans 149, Sacramento 129Memphis 131, Atlanta 117Milwaukee 118, Indiana 101Golden State 124, Utah 123L.A. Clippers 108, Oklahoma City 92NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUESO Florida 6, Washington 5Minnesota 3, Dallas 1Nashville 5, Calgary 3Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written by Beau Lundcenter_img October 20, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 10/19/18last_img

USU Football Hosts Pro Day Wednesday

first_img Tags: Aaren Vaughns/Aaron Wade/Adewale Adeoye/Darwin Thompson/Dax Raymond/Eltoro Allen/Emerson Woods/Gaje Ferguson/Jalen Greene/Jontrell Rocquemore/Justen Hervey/Ofa Latu/Pro Day/Quin Ficklin/Rob Castaneda/Roman Andrus/Ron’quavion Tarver/Sean Taylor/Stan Laub Indoor Training Center/USU Football Should any interviews occur, they will be conducted at the completion of workouts at the Laub Center. Written by Among those to participate include defensive end Adewale Adeoye running back Eltoro Allen, offensive lineman Roman Andrus, offensive lineman Rob Castaneda, safety Gaje Ferguson, offensive lineman Quin Ficklin, receiver Jalen Greene, running back Justen Hervey, linebacker Ofa Latu, tight end Dax Raymond, free safety Jontrell Rocquemore, receiver Ron’Quavion Tarver, offensive lineman Sean Taylor, tailback Darwin Thompson, receiver Aaren Vaughns, safety Aaron Wade and tight end Emerson Woods. Brad Jamescenter_img March 25, 2019 /Sports News – Local USU Football Hosts Pro Day Wednesday The pro day commences at 8:00 am at the ICON Sports Performance Center. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah-Wednesday, Utah State football hosts Pro Day which will feature 17 former Aggies showcasing their skills before the gaze of NFL personnel at the Stan Laub Indoor Training Center.last_img read more

BYU Baseball’s Jackson Cluff Receives Two Weekly Honors Monday

first_imgMay 13, 2019 /Sports News – Local BYU Baseball’s Jackson Cluff Receives Two Weekly Honors Monday Cluff, a native of Meridian, Idaho, is the first Cougar to win national player of the week honors twice this season. He also joins former BYU pitcher Kolton Mahoney, who is currently in the Miami Marlins organization, as the only Cougar to earn national weekly honors twice in a career. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah-Monday, BYU baseball sophomore shortstop Jackson Cluff was named as a Collegiate Baseball player of the week as well as the West Coast Conference player of the week. This season, Cluff leads the Cougars in batting average (.346), hits (62), runs (53), RBI (56), doubles (19) and stolen bases (12). Tags: BYU Baseball/Jackson Cluff/Kolton Mahoney/Miami Marlins/West Coast Conference player of the weekcenter_img Written by In four games last week, a loss to San Diego State and a series win over San Francisco, Cluff batted .562 with a 1.062 slugging percentage. Brad Jameslast_img read more

Utah Men’s Basketball Releases Non-Conference Schedule

first_imgJuly 16, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah Men’s Basketball Releases Non-Conference Schedule Written by Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY-Tuesday, Utah men’s basketball head coach Larry Krystkowiak announced the Utes’ non-conference schedule.This is headlined by five home games, a road trip to Reno, Nev. to play the Nevada Wolf Pack and neutral court appearances at Myrtle Beach, S.C., Las Vegas and Los Angeles during a 12-game non-conference tilt.The Utes’ season starts unofficially with an exhibition game against NCAA Division II Texas-Tyler October 30 at the Huntsman Center.The regular season commences with the trip to Reno November 5. This is the first time the Utes have not started the regular season at home since 1995, when they played Kansas at Kansas City, Mo.It is also the first true road game to start the regular season since visiting Weber State in 1976.The Utes will host Mississippi Valley State November 8 and Minnesota November 15.The Utes will then compete at the HTC Center November 21-24 at Conway, S.C. for the Myrtle Beach Classic.Utah then hosts UC Davis November 29, BYU December 4 and Central Arkansas December 7.The Utes will face Weber State December 14 at the Vivint Smart Home Arena in the Beehive Classic and then square off against Kentucky December 19 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.They conclude the non-conference season December 22 at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles by facing San Diego State. Tags: BYU/Central Arkansas/Huntsman Center/Kansas/Kentucky/Larry Krystkowiak/Minnesota/Mississippi Valley State/Nevada Wolf Pack/San Diego State/Texas-Tyler/UC Davis/Utah Men’s Basketball/Weber Statelast_img read more

Mitchell scores 22, Jazz beat Grizzlies 126-112

first_imgDecember 7, 2019 /Sports News – Local Mitchell scores 22, Jazz beat Grizzlies 126-112 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Donovan Mitchell scored 22 points and Jeff Green matched his season high with 19 points off the bench, leading the Utah Jazz to a 126-112 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday night.Rudy Gobert had 19 points, 11 rebounds and a season-high five assists, and Joe Ingles had a season-high 10 assists and 12 points. Bojan Bogdanovic added 19 points for the Jazz.Utah shot 57% from the field and went 19 of 34 from 3-point range.Jaren Jackson, Jr. scored 26 points and Jae Crowder added 13 for the Grizzlies. Memphis lost despite forcing 22 turnovers and shooting 53% from the field.The Jazz shot 60.5% and went 11 of 19 from 3-point range in the first half.Memphis kept pace with the Jazz in the first quarter. The Grizzlies went on a 15-5 run to take a 35-28 lead near the end of the quarter. Crowder sparked the run with back-to-back 3-pointers, drawing a foul and converting a free throw on the second.Memphis took advantage of six Jazz turnovers in the first quarter, converting them into 13 points. The Grizzlies committed two turnovers.That all changed in the second quarter. Utah forced seven turnovers, scoring 14 points off the miscues. The Jazz held Memphis to 10 points over the first 10½ minutes of the quarter.That allowed Utah to break the game open before halftime. Utah used a 20-4 run to take a 60-42 lead. Mitchell bookended the run with a layup and a 3-pointer. Green fueled the bulk of outburst with a pair of 3-pointers and a running alley-oop dunk over a two-minute stretch.Memphis cut the deficit to single digits midway through the third quarter. The Grizzlies closed within 82-75 on back-to-back baskets from Solomon Hill and Grayson Allen. Memphis never got closer than seven points.Ingles and Bogdanovic hit back-to-back 3-pointers to spark a 15-4 run. Green capped it off with another outside basket, putting the Jazz up 97-79.TIP INSGrizzlies: Ja Morant missed his fourth straight game because of back soreness. … Crowder got a nice ovation from the crowd during pregame introductions. He played with the Jazz from 2017-19. … Allen finished with 13 points in his first game back in Utah. He spent his rookie season with the Jazz, appearing in 38 games. … Memphis outscored Utah 21-8 in fastbreak points.Jazz: Mike Conley missed his second straight game with a left hamstring strain. … Seven Utah players scored in double figures. … Emmanuel Mudiay dished out a season-high seven assists. … The Jazz outscored Memphis 10-0 in second chance points.UP NEXTGrizzlies: At Golden State Warriors on Monday.Jazz: Host the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday. Written by Associated Press Tags: Donovan Mitchell/NBA/Utah Jazzlast_img read more

Brawl breaks out at women’s college basketball game

first_imgChillouutttt #Myasu— jayv (@jayv2truu) February 4, 2020In a statement, the Southwestern Athletic Conference said that it was suspending five Texas Southern student athletes named as Ciani Cryor, Britnee Gabriel, Jekalen Jones, Niya Mitchell and Tamaria White. Five Alabama State student athletes, named as Taylor Aikerson, Kaeani Berry, Zomoria Clark, Dereseia Randle and Aniyah Smith, and two Alabama State managers, Logan Young and Jervon Mannery-Gaither, were also suspended for violating the conference’s policy governing unsportsmanlike conduct. Texas Southern’s Cryor and Gabriel have been suspended for one game each, while Jones, Mitchell and White have been suspended for two. Alabama State players Aikerson and Randle have been suspended for one game, while Berry, Clark and Smith have been suspended for two.Alabama State manager Logan Young has been suspended for the team’s next two games, and manager Mannery-Gaither has been suspended indefinitely pending further investigation. “I was shocked and I am saddened by the altercation,” The Lady Tigers’ head coach Cynthia-Cooper Dyke said in a statement issued to ABC News affiliate KTRK-TV. “This is not how we want to represent our program, university, conference or women’s basketball. We accept responsibility for our actions and whatever penalties are levied by the conference office,” she added. “I am extremely disappointed by the behavior of our women athletes at the end of their game against Texas Southern University,” ASU president Quinton T. Ross Jr said in a statement. “Alabama State University has a zero-tolerance policy for this type of behavior,” the statement added. Both schools are also conducting their own investigations into the incident.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBZA/iStock(MONTGOMERY, Ala.) — Ten student athletes and two managers have been suspended after a brawl broke out at a women’s college basketball game in Alabama. The fight erupted Monday night, during a game at the Dunn-Oliver Acadome in Montgomery that pitted the Alabama State University Hornets against the Texas Southern University Hornets. Video of the clash shows a crowd of 10 to 20 people, including players and adults who appear to be coaching staff, punching, pushing and shoving each other on the court before uniformed officers move in and begin separating the combatants. What started the fight is unclear. February 6, 2020 /Sports News – National Brawl breaks out at women’s college basketball game Written by Beau Lundlast_img read more

Snow Volleyball Adds Keyaira Gravitt To 2020 Recruiting Class

first_imgMarch 23, 2020 /Sports News – Local Snow Volleyball Adds Keyaira Gravitt To 2020 Recruiting Class Brad James Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEPHRAIM, Utah-Snow College women’s volleyball announced their final member of the 2020 recruiting class Monday.The Badgers have signed former West Jordan High School star middle blocker, 6-foot Keyaira Gravitt out of West Jordan, Utah.Gravitt has starred for both the Jaguars and Club GSL during her scholastic career. Tags: Keyaira Gravitt/Snow Volleyballlast_img

Lukoil develops its own completion system for horizontal wells

first_imgThe technology was tested in 2019-2020 on LUKOIL’s fields in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area – Yugra LUKOIL DEVELOPS ITS OWN COMPLETION SYSTEM FOR HORIZONTAL WELLS (Credit: LUKOIL) LUKOIL has become the first company in Russia to successfully develop and implement own completion system for horizontal wells. The high technological reliability of the new import substituting equipment will make it possible for the Company to start the commercial production of reserves which till recently was hindered due to lack of suitable Russian-made technology.This is the only made in Russia completion system for horizontal wells that is commercially used nowadays. It was developed by a LUKOIL subsidiary (RITEKcompany) and its contractor SP MeKaMinneft, and manufactured on its factory.The technology was tested in 2019-2020 on LUKOIL’s fields in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area – Yugra. More than 50 horizontal wells were drilled on the Vinogradov field with horizontal sections of 1600 meters and eight wells on the Sredne-Nazymskoye field with horizontal sections of 1500-1700 meters and multi-stage hydrofracturing in 15-17 zones. Owed to high controllability of equipment, time of well completion operations involving multistage hydrofracturing has been reduced by more than twofold.In November 2020 major elements of the horizontal well completion system, a frac sleeve for multistage fracturing and a hydro-mechanical shifting tool which is used to activate the frac sleeve, were patented in the Russian Federation.The import substituting equipment will also be used at other production facilities operated by subsidiaries of LUKOIL as well as by other oil and gas companies in Russia making it possible for them to no longer purchase expensive analogues from foreign suppliers. This will provide for the technological development of the industry and economically viable production of hard-to-recover reserves.Creation of the new system will also provide future orders for Russian producers of oilfield service eqiupment. Source: Company Press Releaselast_img read more

ReconAfrica starts drilling on first well in Kavango Basin, Namibia

first_imgThe well is part of the initial three well programme that is carried out to evaluate the Permian aged Kavango basin ReconAfrica starts drilling at Kalahari Desert in Africa. (Credit: Pixabay/Anita starzycka.) Reconnaissance Energy Africa (ReconAfrica), a Canadian oil and gas company, has announced the start of drilling operations on the first well (6-2) in the deep Kavango Basin in the Kalahari Desert of North East Namibia.The well is part of the initial three well programme that is carried out to evaluate the Permian aged Kavango basin.ReconAfrica said that it is planning to drill the well to a depth of 12,500ft to assess the potential hydrocarbon systems in one of the five major sub-basins of the larger and extensive basin.Reconnaissance Energy Africa drilling and completions senior vice president Nick Steinsberger said: “Drilling the first three wells in a newly discovered Permian basin, where one company holds all of the rights, is certainly a rare opportunity.“There are many important similarities between the Kavango basin and the Permian Basin in West Texas, one of the world’s most prolific producing basins, where I have been actively drilling and completing wells for many years.“I anticipate the first well will take up to 45 days to reach total depth and initial analysis of all prospective productive targets.”Drilling will be conducted using 1,000 HP rigThe first prospective section well, which be drilled using its 1,000 HP rig (Jarvie-1), is designed to reach 4,800ft, where intermediate casing will be set.Between intervals of 1,000ft to 4,800ft, sidewall cores and well logs will be run to identify targets. The well is expected to reach the top of the Permian section at about 4,000ft.The second section of the well is designed to reach a total depth of 12,500ft through the intermediate to lower Permian sections.To adhere to its environmental practices, ReconAfrica is working with Valence Drilling Fluids, a North American company offering organic and biodegradable drilling fluids.Valence Drilling Fluids vice president Gareth Eckhout said: “We welcome the opportunity to work alongside ReconAfrica on this project as they are a company that understands the importance of environmental protection with proven results.”Last February, the company agreed to acquire Crown 750 drilling rig from Henderson Rigs.last_img read more