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West Florida Earns Top Seed in GSC Tournament

first_img Share Oct. 27, 2007 Box Score  PENSACOLA, Fla. – Led by Dernelle Mascall with three goals and Brandi Adams with three assists, No. 13 West Florida (13-2-0, 8-0-0 GSC) finished their 2007 Gulf South Conference schedule with an unblemished record as they took out their final conference opponent of the season Montevallo (11-7-0, 6-2-0 GSC) 3-0 Friday night at the UWF Sports Complex. It was Mascall’s third hat trick and 11th goal in the Argonauts last four matches, as she became West Florida’s single season record holder for goals with 21.Mascall struck first 11 minutes into the match when she headed the ball past the Falcons goal keeper coming off a corner kick taken by Brandi Adams. The goal tied Mascall with Brianna Oeser for West Florida’s single season record in goals at 19.Mascall’s record breaking goal came nine minutes later when Adams received a throw in and flicked the ball to the sophomore striker. Mascall broke past the Falcons defense and beat the keeper, giving West Florida a 2-0 lead going into the break.The Lady Falcons would hang tough during the second half and holding the Argonauts five shot in the half. However, Mascall would make the most of her opportunities as she completed the hat trick in the 88th minute, when Adams sent in a cross for the Trinidad native to finish.Once again the Argonauts defense stood strong as they kept Montevallo to four shots in each half and only two of those were on goal. West Florida held their GSC foes to only one goal this season.Courtney Jones collected two saves en route to her 12th shutout of the season and 23 of her career. Jones has not been scored on in 699 minutes and currently has a 0.40 goals-against-average, which if kept up will become a school record.It is the 12th straight victory for West Florida as they clinched the top seed for next week’s GSC tournament held at Brosnaham Park. West Florida will face Harding University in the first round of the conference championships. In their other match up this season the Argonauts edged the Bisons 1-0.The Argonauts will play one more home match Sunday afternoon at the UWF Sports complex against Thomas University. During halftime of each match West Florida athletic will honor the two seniors Adams and Marie Hastings. “Live Stats” will be available during the match. Print Friendly Version West Florida Earns Top Seed in GSC Tournamentlast_img read more

Vettel tops Hungary free practice

first_img(BBC) – Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel headed Valtteri Bottas’ Mercedes in a wet second practice session at the Hungarian Grand Prix.Vettel was 0.272 seconds faster than Bottas, while Lewis Hamilton in the other Mercedes did not set a lap time.McLaren’s Carlos Sainz was third fastest, ahead of the Racing Points of Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll.In the morning’s dry first session, Hamilton was fastest, 0.086 seconds quicker than Bottas.The fastest times were all set on ‘extreme’ wet tyres. Several drivers – including Vettel, Bottas and Sainz – tried the ‘intermediate’ tyres but were not able to go faster.The weather forecast is for intermittent rain for the rest of the weekend in Budapest.A number of drivers ran wide, but there were no major incidents despite the difficult conditions.The day offered no significant clues as to the true competitive order around the Hungaroring this weekend.Red Bull, Mercedes’ closest challengers so far this season, were off the pace in the dry first session, but their chief engineer Paul Monaghan later admitted they were running with their Honda engine turned down compared to the Mercedes.Red Bull were also running on different tyres from Mercedes in the first session, preferring to focus on the ‘soft’ tyre, which they found wore out too quickly.Mercedes technical director James Allison said that he expected a challenge from Red Bull over the weekend.“It was a great first session,” said Hamilton. “Got everything we needed to do. It’s a shame it rained today. It didn’t leave a lot for us to do in the second session.“Don’t take too much from the first session – everyone is doing a different programme. But it was going OK. I think it will be a lot closer when we get to P3 and qualifying.”last_img read more


first_imgTHE draw has been made for the Donegal Ladies Under-16 round 2 fixtures.This competition has now gone through grading to continue. All teams in Section A are the two teams who topped their section in the earlier league competition; with the bottom two going into B Competition.   U16 Round 2 Fixtures Section A ArdaraMovilleUrrisSt NaulsDungloeSt EunansMcCumhaillsN. MhuireAodh RuadhTermonFanadGlenties23rd AprilArdara v DungloeMoville v St. EunansUrris v McCumhaillsSt. Nauls v N.Mhuire30th AprilDungloe vAodh RuadhSt. Eunans v TermonMcCumhaills v FanadN.Mhuire v Glenties7th MayAodh Ruadh v ArdaraTermon vMovilleFanad vUrrisGlenties vSt NaulsSection BKilcarMalinCarndonaghL/Kenny GaelsFour MastersBuncranaGlenswillySt MichaelsN.ColumbaMilfordCloughaneelyRed Hughs23rd AprilKilcar vFour MastersMalin vBuncranaCarndonagh vGlenswillyL/Kenny Gaels vSt Michaels30th AprilFour Masters v N.ColumbaBuncrana v MilfordGlenswilly v CloughaneelySt Michaels vRed Hughs7th MayN.Columba vKilcarMilford vMalinCloughaneely v CarndonaghRed Hughs vL/Kenny GaelsDONEGAL LADIES GAA: UNDER-16 DRAW ROUND TWO FIXTURES was last modified: April 20th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DONEGAL LADIES GAA: UNDER-16 DRAW ROUND TWO FIXTURESlast_img read more