On Wednesday, the matches of quarter finals of the football club of Bosnia Herzegovina will take place.On Otoka at 14:30, Olimpic and Široki Brijeg (first encounter 0:2).An hour later Velež – Čelik (0:0) and Zrinjski – Mladost (1:0).At 19:00 o’clock Sarajevo and Željezničar derby (1:1).The pairs for the half finals will be known on Thursday.(Source: Fena)
WAVERLY —- Wartburg and Iowa State will square-off for the first time in a quarter century when the 2020-21 college wrestling season gets underway. The dual meet between the 14-time Division III national champion Knights and eight-time Division I national champion Cyclones is scheduled for November 6th at Hilton Coliseum in Ames. The season-opener will be only the third meeting in history between the teams and the first since Iowa State’s 23-16 win at Wartburg in 1996, the year the Knights won their first national title in program history. Wartburg finished the 2019-20 campaign with a 16-1 overall record and Iowa State finished second at the Big 12 Championships. The Knights are 12-11-1 all-time against Division I competition. The last time Wartburg faced a D-I opponent was in 2011, when the Knights dropped a 17-16 tiebreaker at Wisconsin. AMES — Iowa State women’s basketball coach Bill Fennelly says his team is focusing on what it accomplished and not what was lost with the cancelation of the post-season. The Cyclones were 18-11 and finished the regular season on a three game winning streak.Iowa State’s final game was a stunning upset of second ranked and defending national champion Baylor.Iowa State ended up 10-8 in Big 12 regular season play. IOWA CITY —- Iowa athletic director Gary Barta says they will be able to cover financial losses with reserves between now and the end of the fiscal year on June 30th. Barta says the department expects to lose several million dollars due to the loss of the Big Ten and NCAA basketball tournaments.Barta says they are looking at options for the next fiscal yearBarta says they will be looking at possible pay cuts in the future.Barta says they will be looking at several ways to save money. MASON CITY — NIACC coach Todd Ciochetto and sophomore Autam Mendez were recognized on Thursday by the National Junior College Athletic Association as the Division II women’s basketball coach and player of the year. Ciochetto guided the Lady Trojans to a 32-1 overall record, including a perfect 16-0 mark in Iowa Community College Athletic Conference play. NIACC won the Region XI title but did not play in the national tournament after it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ciochetto wrapped up his sixth season as NIACC’s head coach with an overall record of 153-46. Mendez became NIACC’s first-ever national player of the year on Thursday. The 5-10 guard from St.Paul averaged 16.9 points per game in her sophomore year, recording 12 double-doubles. Mendez finished third on the school’s career scoring list with 1045 points, as well as third on the school’s career three-point and rebounding lists. Mendez has committed to continue her basketball career at San Jose State. THIS WEEKEND ON AM-1300 KGLO:Friday night at 7:00 — July 6 2007 — Twins vs. White Sox — Justin Morneau hits three homersSaturday afternoon at 12:00 — Iowa men’s basketball vs. Iowa State — December 12, 2019Saturday night at 7:00 — August 10th 2007 — Twins vs. Texas — Johan Santana strikes out 17Sunday night at 7:00 — April 12, 2010 — Twins vs. Boston — Twins first-ever game at Target Field
Share on: WhatsApp New York mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday he doesn’t want to see large-scale sporting events and concerts with fans come back for a long time.“Those big events should be one of the last things we should bring back online. The last thing we should do is gather 10,000, 20,000, 50,000 people in one place,” de Blasio told CNN.“That is the opposite of social distancing, so I think it could take quite a while.”Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Monday that his California city might not host large gatherings, such as sporting events and concerts, before 2021.– More will die –“It would be very difficult to see that,” Garcetti said when asked if events would resume in this calendar year.Also, Jeffrey Smith, the chief executive for Santa Clara County in northern California, told ESPN that more people will die if events are staged too early and that only a “major miracle” could lead to the 2020 NFL season starting on time.“It puts the entire country at risk,” said Smith, who overseas the area that includes the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers and the NHL’s San Jose Sharks as well as several US college teams.“The fundamental thing is sports is not a local event. If you have people travelling from all over and you have no way of knowing whether they’re infected or not — I mean, 50,000 of them in a stadium is not a good idea.” Dr Anthony Fauci says widespread testing, social distancing and empty stadiums are the key to getting US sports up and running againLos Angeles, United States | AFP | The top US health and infectious disease specialist says the key to reopening professional sports leagues in America is to have the athletes play games in front of empty stadiums.Anthony Fauci, who is helping coordinate the US response to the global coronavirus pandemic, said reliable antibody testing and fast results are also crucial to the return of sports.“There’s a way of doing that,” Fauci told US Snapchat show “Good Luck America.” “Nobody comes to the stadiums. Put (athletes) in big hotels, wherever you want to play.“Keep them very well-surveilled, but have them tested like every week and make sure they don’t wind up infecting each other or their families, and just let them play the season out.”Professional sports leagues are in gridlock due to the pandemic that has so far killed nearly 28,000 Americans.The National Basketball Association is pondering a similar model for getting their 2019-20 season restarted in either Las Vegas or the Bahamas.The NBA shut down on March 11 after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the virus, and the National Hockey League, Major League Soccer and the Professional Golfers’ Association Tour quickly followed suit.The PGA is reportedly considering a return on June 11 without fans in attendance, starting with a tournament in Fort Worth, Texas, which was originally scheduled for the weekend of May 21-24.The matches would not be played in front of fans, and the PGA may have to play on gallery-free courses for at least the months of June and July.Eight Tour events were postponed on March 17. The PGA Championship and Masters were rescheduled for later in the season.Major League Baseball’s 2020 season, which was due to start March 26, is on hold, as is the LPGA tour and motor racing, while the National Football League is just hoping it will be able to start its season on time in September.