December 31, 2019 /Sports News – Local Snow Women’s Basketball Prevails At Fleck Classic FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailTUCSON, Ariz.- The Snow College women’s basketball team took a 21-point lead with 1:46 remaining in the third quarter and cruised to a 53-41 victory over Chandler-Gilbert on Monday at the Bruce Fleck Classic in Tucson, Ariz.After trailing by four points late in the first quarter, the Lady Badgers came back to take the lead 13-12 at the end of the first quarter and never looked back.Sophomore guard Lexi Peterson led the Lady Badgers with 13 points on five-of-nine shooting from the field.Sophomore forward Rachel Roberts added 12 points on five-of-13 shots from the field. Roberts led the team with seven rebounds, while Peterson was credited with six boards.With the win Snow College improved to 9-7 on the season and will next take on Pima Community College on New Year’s Eve. Tip-off is scheduled for 5 p.m. Written by Tags: Bruce Fleck Classic/Lexi Peterson/Rachel Roberts/Snow Women’s Basketball Brad James
14-16 Old Ferry Rd, Banora Point.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoDesigned by Noosa-based designer Paul Clout, the house has a grand entry over moat-style access and imposing, glass front door. John and Judy Coleman built the home in 2010 after buying the 2505sq m property in 2008.“We wanted to build our dream home and this area was perfect for it,” Mrs Coleman said told the Bulletin when it hit the market.“We used to holiday quite a bit in Noosa and we really like the houses designed by Paul Clout. I am a really big fan of having space in a home.” 14-16 Old Ferry Rd, Banora Point.Mr Graham declined to confirm the sale price but said it sold over the asking price of $2.6 million to a Gold Coast buyer.He described the house as “one of the best homes in Banora Point”.“The home was a family residence and was designed around entertaining and large-scale living,” Mr Graham said. 14-16 Old Ferry Rd, Banora Point. 14-16 Old Ferry Rd, Banora Point.Mr Graham said the luxury property market on the Gold Coast was firing.“The supply of such quality homes on the southern end of the Coast is so limited at the moment that when something of this calibre comes onto the market buyers flock to it,” he said. 14-16 Old Ferry Rd, Banora Point.Inside, the two-level home captures 180-degree views of Fingal and Byron Bay through its bi-fold doors and walls of glass.The sprawling home features four bedrooms in its design along with a home cinema, games room, steam room and a guest retreat. 14-16 Old Ferry Road, Banora Point sold for more than $2.6 million.ONE of Banora Point’s ritziest mansions has sold for more than $2.6 million – a record for the suburb.The property at 14-16 Old Ferry Rd had been on the market almost four years and was once priced at over $4 million before Ray White Prestige agents Robert Graham and Jordan Thams took over the marketing campaign in May.
Press Association Despite that a draw was perhaps a fair result for a game that failed to spark, aside from the occasional flashes of excellence from players such as Sessegnon, Ireland and Marko Arnautovic. The result meant goal-shy Stoke have still only struck the net four times this season. The first half lacked major incident although the visitors, with Sessegnon looking lively, made a promising start. Sessegnon weaved his way through the Stoke box early on but the hard-working Steven Nzonzi got back to end his charge. Sessegnon flashed a snap-shot wide and then almost broke through when he jinked past two tackles after good work by Victor Anichebe and Saido Berahino, but Begovic blocked. Begovic, showing no signs of weariness after an eventful week in which he helped Bosnia qualify for the World Cup, then needed to be alert to deny Morgan Amalfitano. Sessegnon was again at the heart of the attack and could have shot before laying off to Amalfitano, but Begovic rushed out to smother the Frenchman’s shot. Stoke realised they needed to cut out the supply to Sessegnon and, with Nzonzi busy in their midfield, they came into the game more. The Baggies’ Youssouf Mulumbu was unfortunate not to be awarded a spot-kick after being clipped by Charlie Adam in the second half of a dull Barclays Premier League clash at the Britannia Stadium. Ireland could have increased West Brom’s ire moments later but blazed over while Stephane Sessegnon could have won it in the last minute when he shot at Asmir Begovic after beating the defence. West Brom were left to curse a penalty decision and a late miss and Stoke to rue a wasted Stephen Ireland chance in a drab goalless draw. Jonathan Walters had a long-range effort easily saved by Boaz Myhill and Adam headed well over from a corner. A clever free-kick by Arnautovic, played low to Ireland as West Brom lined up expecting a cross, almost paid off but Myhill cut out the Irishman’s ball across goal. The fare improved little after the break and the frustration of both sides was perhaps evident in the increased number of fouls. Adam was perhaps fortunate to escape punishment for catching Sessegnon on the ankle in an incident by the touchline. The Scot got even luckier 10 minutes into the second half when he clipped the heel of Mulumbu in the area. Referee Howard Webb was unmoved, and Mulumbu’s theatrical fall and disbelieving reaction may not have helped his cause, but replays did suggest a penalty should have been awarded. Adam almost rubbed salt into West Brom’s wounds moments later with a fine ball to release Arnautovic into space down the right. The Austrian picked out Ireland with a superb ball but the midfielder put his first-time shot and a glorious chance over the bar. Adam, as if energised by his reprieve, started to dictate the pace of the game. He even almost caught out Myhill from the halfway line as play broke up but the Wales goalkeeper scrambled back to palm over his spectacular opportunistic effort. Despite that, Adam continued to tread a fine line and manager Mark Hughes decided to replace him after he bundled over Billy Jones to halt a West Brom attack. West Brom tried to change the flow by sending on Nicolas Anelka and Shane Long in attack but Stoke continued to press better. Ireland almost turned provider for Arnautovic but the Austrian was inches away from sliding onto his ball. Sessegnon attempted to test Begovic with a powerful 25-yard shot but the goalkeeper was not troubled. Sessgenon almost grabbed a brilliant winner in the last minute when he weaved his way through the Stoke area but, with just Begovic to beat, he shot into the keeper’s midriff.