Jason Shaw is POW for UOIT A former Belleville Bull is the University of Ontario Institute of Technology athlete of the week. Jason Shaw, also a Quinte Red Devil grad, was given the honour, after a six game point streak. He assisted on the game winner on Friday against Waterloo
Makin' Tracks: 'Confession' Likely Good For Florida Georgia Line's Soul Copperman built the demo with a bit of an indie-rock feel, and they all agreed that Jason Aldean was the best target for “Confession.” But he never got a chance to hear it. Big Loud Shirt, Clawson's publishing company, is also the management company
Thursday's Sports Transactions Garrett Granitz, INF Tyler Shannon and LHP Chris Anderson. WICHITA WINGNUTS — Released RHP Jason Van Skike and RHP Scott Richmond. RUTGERS — Named Vince Okruch special teams coordinator. SHAW — Announced the contract of football coach Robert
Walkthru: Pro Bowl or bust? Bengals need help The lead-in to this question was about the futures of Leon Hall and Adam Jones, how Josh Shaw projects out and his lack of faith in Dre Kirkpatrick. It's a near-impossible question to answer at this Avoid Cameron Jordan and Jason Witten this week
Blog: Big Six boys basketball fix Thompson provides boost for Streaks: Galesburg has so many good guards (Ethan Meeker, Devyn Ross, Jarret Olson, Kivontay Shaw…) that the team would probably be fine if it just had any old big body down low to grab the occasional rebound and alter a
CFB: St. Pierre Named To AFCA All-America Team St. Pierre is one of six DII student-athletes named to the AFCA team for the second straight year (Jason Vander Laan, Ferris State; Josh Gordon, Minnesota State, Michael Jordan, Missouri Western; Jordan Shaw, Shorter and Brent Wahle, Ohio Dominican
Luxury apartments planned for grandest home in Harrogate - Harrogate Advertiser
Millionaire Jason Shaw is hoping to restore the historic 40-room Pineheath to its “former glory” through an ambitious restoration and extension project. The Cornwall Road property shot to fame in 2014 when its deteriorating interior was revealed to be “frozen in time”, standing empty and untouched for nearly 100 years. The plans state: “The buildings on site will be completely overhauled and renovated to become one of Harrogate’s most prestigious developments. Pineheath’s distinctive cupola would be restored as part of the plans with “poor quality” later additions to the building taken down and rebuilt. The building will be extended to the rear with the main house boasting a gym, billiards room, library and steam room in the basement. The greenhouse will be demolished and the building “completely renovated” to create the final two three-bedroom apartments. Mr Shaw has previously submitted a number of plans for the site, with many of these raising concerns and controversy from the Duchy Residents' Association (DRA). Despite the application being refused, Mr Shaw was fined £24,000 in July that year for illegally chopping down trees to make way for the new buildings. The plans were refused once again by Harrogate Borough Council but, in October last year, plans were approved to restore and extend the property. Rebecca Oliver, secretary of the DRA, admitted they had been “concerned” about Pineheath’s state for some time but welcomed any proposal to retain the house. “So, while we are worried that the conversion into apartments would lead to more traffic on Cornwall Road, at least this application proposes to retain the house which has been a landmark building on the Duchy Estate for many years.www.harrogateadvertiser.co.uk
Bryan Shaw, Cleveland Indians bounce back with 7-3 win over Kansas City Royals - cleveland.com
He had a 6-0 lead and it looked like the decision not to let him pitch at the All-Star Game to preserve his right elbow worked. Then the Royals, who rallied to beat the AL Central-leading Indians on Monday with a seven-run eighth inning, started to make inroads. They scored twice in the sixth and once more in the seventh. Salazar was gone with two outs in the seventh, and manager Terry Francona called for lefty Kyle Crockett, who struck out Eric Hosmer. Then, drum roll, please, came Bryan Shaw. Shaw, Monday's loser, retired the Royals in order in the eighth as the Indians stretched their lead in division to 6 1/2 games with a 7-3 win. Shaw needed only eight pitches to get through the eighth. "It felt good to have a good bounce-back inning after Monday," said Shaw. "I went out there and tried to forget what happened Monday, throw strikes and get ahead of guys. The Indians ended a five-game losing streak at Kauffman Stadium -- four this year and one last season -- with the win. They are 22-16 after a loss and 50-0 when leading after the eighth inning. Salazar (11-3, 2. 75) improved to 3-0 against the Royals this season. "The All-Star break was a really good break for me," said Salazar. "I went to the All-Star Game and really didn't do much besides play catch. Brian Flynn, the Royals' 6-7 lefty, took the loss. Flynn (1-1, 3. 14), making his first start since 2014, allowed three runs on four hits in 2 1/3 innings. The Indians received homers from Mike Napoli and Francisco Lindor. Napoli got the Indians started in the first inning. Lindor provided insurance against the scrappy Royals with a homer in the ninth. It was Lindor's 12th homer of the season, four of them coming against the Royals. Napoli gave the Indians a 2-0 lead with a moon-shot homer just inside the left field foul pole in the first. It was his 21st of the season and second since the All-Star break. It's the most homers he's hit since ended the 2013 season with 23. Lindor, who reached on a fielder's choice, scored in front of Napoli. "Coming on the heels of Monday night, Nap gives us the two-run homer and that's a great way to play," said Francona. "For the most part Danny did a really good job and kept them off the scoreboard for the most part. The Indians made it 3-0 in the third on Lindor's sacrifice fly. The Indians had the bases loaded with no out against Flynn, but could squeeze just one run out of the inning. Dillon Gee relieved Flynn after the sacrifice fly and retired Napoli and Carlos Santana. If the fifth the Indians stretched the lead to 6-0 with three more runs. They loaded the bases with one out as Jason Kipnis doubled, Lindor singled off Gee and Napoli walked. It was Uribe's third RBI in the last two games and 25th of the season. The Indians own the best record in the AL at 55-38. In the AL Central, they're 29-22, the best intra-division record in the big leagues. The first time. Rookie Erik Gonzalez, making his first big league start Tuesday, collected his first big league hit in his first at-bat.www.cleveland.com
Ricko helps Plainfield South reach semifinals of Summer State Baseball Tournament - The Herald-News
In the Cougars’ Phil Lawler Summer State Tournament game against St. Charles North (15-2), Ricko reversed roles and became the closer in a 2-1 win. After Monday’s Plainfield South hero, Konnor Ash, gave everything he had in a six-inning, 122-pitch outing, the Cougars took their 2-1 lead into the bottom of the seventh. Visibly shaken, Mikel walked Brenden Norberg, and the North Stars were in business. He dispatched of the first two batters he faced on a flyout to Cougars left fielder Antonio Guitierrez and a forceout at third. Ricko then walked Jason Shanner to load the bases. Charles North’s Justin Dunne, who had two of the five North Star hits off Ash, took the count full against Ricko. “After Dunne battled me to a 3-2 count, I knew I had to throw him a strike right down the middle,” Ricko said. “I knew my defense would make the play and end the game. Dunne hammered a shot off third baseman Trey Stewart, who pounced on the ball and fired a strike to first. The Cougars were in the final four, where they will face Naperville Central at 5 p. m. Wednesday at Boomers Stadium in Schaumburg. “I knew I had to get the first two hitters that I faced in the inning,” Ricko added. “I pounded the strike zone and was able to succeed. “We didn’t play really well and yet we still came away with the win. It shows how talented we are and I am really happy to be in the final four. South (15-3) jumped ahead in the top of the second. In the top of the third with one out, the Cougars extended their lead to 2-0. Cody Phillips, Nick Mayerhofer (2 for 3, with a stolen base) and sophomore Justin McGuigan all singled to load the bases. In the bottom of the third, St. Charles North picked up its run when Ash hit North Star right fielder Sean Kreuger with the bases loaded. In the top of the seventh, McGuigan picked up his second hit, his fourth bunt single of the tournament. The sophomore catcher had a solid game behind the plate as well. “Konnor (Ash) didn’t get much help from our defense but kept us in the game,” McGuigan said. “He battled and then Trey (Ricko) came in and closed the win out by pounding the strike zone. I’m seeing the ball very well and the whole team is so talented. Ricko or Mikel will get the ball for the Cougars against Naperville Central (14-11). The second semifinal will feature Huntley (18-6-1) versus Brother Rice (14-6-1) at 7:30. The winners will square off at 7 p. m. Thursday for the title. The semifinals and title game can be seen live on The Cube.www.theherald-news.com
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