GSA boys’ soccer, girls’ soccer, volleyball enter October on winning streaks

first_imgBLUE HILL — The George Stevens Academy boys’ soccer, girls’ soccer and volleyball teams rumbled into October on high notes as all three teams finished the first month of the season riding winning streaks.On Monday, the boys’ team posted a season sweep of Ellsworth (1-8-1) with a 3-0 win in Blue Hill. It was the third win in a row for GSA, which had beaten Deer Isle-Stonington and Searsport by a combined 13-0 in its two previous contests.Chris Bennett scored the first goal for GSA (7-3) on a penalty kick early in the first half. He then scored again with 12 minutes, 59 seconds to go in the half before Ricardo Sanchez scored the team’s third three minutes later.On the girls’ side, GSA improved its record to 4-4-1 on the year after it posted an 11-0 win over Deer Isle-Stonington last Monday and a 4-0 win over Searsport two days later. The wins boosted the Eagles to eighth place and have them in position to host a preliminary round game in the playoffs.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe Eagles are also in position to make the Class C volleyball playoffs after recording a doubleheader sweep of Lee/Mattanawcook (1-8) on Friday. The Eagles are now 6-6 on the season and in seventh place in the standings.Both soccer teams will be back in action Wednesday, Oct. 3, as the girls host Ellsworth (3-5) at 3:30 p.m. and the boys travel to Bar Harbor to face Mount Desert Island (3-5-1) at 6 p.m. The volleyball team will host Narraguagus (6-3) at 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4.last_img read more

Non-League round-up

first_imgHayes and Yeading were denied a victory by a 94th-minute Bath City equaliser at Kingfield.Former QPR striker Richard Pacquette’s opener in first-half injury time looked like being enough to give United the points, but Scott Murray’s last-gasp goal meant they had to settle for a draw.In the Conference South, Hampton & Richmond saw their home match against Dorchester postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.AdChoices广告Elsewhere, Hendon won 1-0 at Bury Town courtesy of another Jamie Busy goal, while Harrow Borough drew 0-0 at home to Billericay Town, and Wealdstone’s visit to Carshalton Athletic also ended goalless.last_img read more

Badgers bounced by Illini at home

first_imgYANA PASKOVA/Herald photo”New team, same result.” Those were the words written on the shirt Illinois guard Dee Brown wore as he walked into the media room, with a Cheshire Cat grin. How true those words were, as the Illini once again stuck it to the Badgers.Illinois outplayed Wisconsin to a 66-51 victory in a repeat of last year’s meeting between the two teams in Madison, when Illinois broke Wisconsin’s 38- game home winning streak.”This is big, might be bigger than last year,” Brown said, when asked to compare this year’s win at the Kohl Center to last year’s. “We stole one. We came into their house and got a big win.”The Illini (20-2, 6-2 Big Ten) had four players score in double-figures, with Brown and Rich McBride leading the way with 16 points apiece. However, it was forward Brian Randle who might have had the biggest impact on the game, scoring 12 points and collecting a game-high 13 rebounds, seven of them on the offensive glass, for the first double-double of his career.”Now we are not just Dee, ‘The D Team,'” Illinois head coach Bruce Weber said, referencing the popular eighties television series. “We’ve got a lot of players.”For Wisconsin (15-6, 5-3), junior forward Alando Tucker once again led the way with 19 points and six rebounds. Sophomore forward Brian Butch added 10 points and nine boards, while junior Kammron Taylor chipped in 14.In what has been uncharacteristic of Wisconsin during this rough stretch, the Badgers came out firing early and took the lead, eventually building it to 11. However, UW was like Cinderella on this night, as once the clock struck 10, the team went from being the belles of the ball to little more than pumpkins. Leading 24-13 with just under 10 minutes to play, the Illini switched to a three-guard lineup and went on a game-changing 19-0 run, quickly turning the 11-point deficit into an eight-point lead. They went into the half up six. “We went small,” Weber said. “So I think our kids picked up the defensive pressure. We got some transition, we got some rebounding and [Wisconsin] started doubting a little bit and that was the big key to it.””They were quicker,” Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan said of the run. “They maybe make you extend [your defense] a little more and you don’t hit your shots, and then doubt starts to creep in.”The second half was more of the same story, as Wisconsin started the half off strong and made it a two-point game, 44-42 on a Tucker jumper in the lane. However, the clock struck 10 minutes again and Illinois went on a 12-4 run, silencing the Kohl Center faithful, who soon headed for the turnstiles. Wisconsin never got closer than nine the rest of the game. “We worked our way back into the game and we were feeling pretty confident at the time,” Taylor said of the Illini’s second-half run. “But to see them knock shots down and we come down and miss shots, you start to think about it.””When a team is making run, you have to respond,” Tucker said. “We didn’t respond well.”The Badgers were beaten soundly on the glass as well, as Illinois out-rebounded UW 43-28 and 15-6 on offensive boards.”They’re good on the glass, they’ve been good all year,” Ryan said. “We needed to be better.”Long rebounds in particular again killed Wisconsin, in a repeat of the Michigan game last Saturday. Several times, the team gave up long offensive rebounds to the Illini, “There were some long rebounds,” Ryan said. “There were a couple there at the end when we cut it to six or eight and had a chance to get a rebound, but there were long rebounds that got touched, tipped, and boom, that counts as an offensive rebound.”Illinois has now won four straight over Wisconsin and the Badgers, once looking like the class of the conference at 4-0, have now fallen out of first place in the Big Ten for the first time this season after losing four of their last five games, including two of the last three in the capital city.The Badgers have struggled to find the right chemistry on offense since losing forward Greg Stiemsma and Marcus Landry for the season, as after Tucker, Taylor and Butch, no other player scored more than three points.”Man, it’s tough, but we have other guys,” Tucker said. “I look at it as an opportunity, if I was a guy that wasn’t getting as many minutes, I would look at as an opportunity to showcase what I have. So get Kevin Gullikson and Joe Krabbenhoft, we’re expecting production with those guys, [as much] as we were getting with Marcus and Greg. It’s tough, though.””I think I did a good job of finding guys for shots [when double-teamed]. It just seemed like they weren’t falling.”The Badgers also turned the ball over 14 times, which Illinois translated into 24 points, 13 more than Wisconsin managed off of takeaways. With the rebounding margin also working against UW, it became simply too much to overcome. “We out-toughed them, I guess,” Weber said.last_img read more

Badgers hit road to face OSU, Penn St.

first_imgThey say it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish, and the UW women’s tennis team is hoping this to be true as it prepares to take on Ohio State and Penn State on the road this weekend before the Big Ten Tournament.“I think we’re getting better as the season goes on,” assistant coach Audra Cohen said. “Hopefully we can take our momentum into this weekend and on to the Big Ten Tournament.”Ohio State looks to be a tough match for the Badgers, coming off a 4-3 victory at Indiana. The Buckeyes are led by senior Kirsten Flower and junior Paloma Escobedo, who have each won seven of their last 10 matches. The biggest advantage the Buckeyes have going for them is their 9-2 record at home.“It’s always tough to match up with OSU, especially when it’s at their place,” head coach Brian Fleishman said. “But, I’m expecting us to play well.”After splitting its matches last weekend, losing to Iowa and beating Minnesota, Wisconsin sits in ninth place in the Big Ten, only two games out of a tie for fifth place.But with the Big Ten Tournament only one week away, it’s hard not to think ahead.“I think we’re definitely looking at this weekend differently,” Cohen said. “This weekend will have a huge effect on our placement in the tournament.”However, Fleishman is taking a more cautious approach.“You can never forget about the tournament, but we have to take care of Ohio State and Penn State first,” Fleishman said. “The Big Ten Tournament is also in the back of our mind, but this weekend’s match ups are the most important thing right now.”The players seem to be buying into the one-game-at-a-time approach.“I definitely take it one step at a time,” junior Alaina Trgovich said. “All of our preparation is going into beating Ohio State and Penn State this weekend.”This approach has seemed to pay off as the players have been playing with a sense of purpose lately.Senior co-captain Katya Mirnova, who was recently moved from the No. 1 spot to the No. 3 spot in singles, is playing with more confidence than ever.“I liked playing at No. 1, but I’m actually very comfortable playing at No. 3,” Mirnova said. “Playing at the top spot for a while really gave me the experience of playing against quality opponents. So, when I go out there at No. 3 I know that I can beat anyone I face.”Mirnova, the lone senior and co-captain, is doing just that, winning her last five matches. She knows what it takes to succeed, but it all started with practice.“I tell my teammates that if they work hard each and every practice it will pay off in the long-run,” Mirnova said. “As I look back on my career I can only point out a few practices where I didn’t feel comfortable.”Trgovich’s year, just like the Badgers,’ has been up and down. Coming off last year’s season-ending injury, she has played in every spot this year. This past weekend coach Fleishman decided to switch things up and put Trgovich in the No. 1 spot against Minnesota. She took on the role admirably, winning the match in three sets.“It’s been up and down coming back from an injury,” Trgovich said. “I finally feel like I’m back to how I was before the injury.”If Wisconsin is to succeed this weekend and make a run in the tournament, there is one thing it has to thank, and that is experience; the Badgers have played 10 ranked opponents, six of which are currently in the top 10.“We’ve had one of the hardest schedules in the country,” Cohen said. “We’ve consistently played top ranked opponents week in and week out. Hopefully they’ll be able to take that experience and use it to their advantage in the Big Ten Tournament.”Come tournament time, anything is possible, and though the Badgers may have struggled with consistency throughout the year, they are playing their best tennis at the right time.“This team is going to play its best tennis this weekend against Ohio State and Penn State,” Fleishman said. “Going into the tournament I think we’ll be right where we should be.”last_img read more

Minnesota reportedly agreed to pay Syracuse $500,000 for Mark Coyle’s buyout

first_img Related Stories 3 things we learned from Mark Coyle’s introductory press conference at MinnesotaInsight on Mark Coyle’s decision to leave Syracuse from former Minnesota director of athleticsJim Boeheim and Dino Babers surprised by departure of athletic director Mark CoylePoll: Are you understanding of Mark Coyle’s rationale for leaving Syracuse?Storify: Syracuse community reacts to AD Mark Coyle’s departure The University of Minnesota agreed to pay Syracuse University $500,000 for the buyout of Director of Athletics Mark Coyle’s contract, per multiple reports.Coyle spent 11 months as Syracuse’s athletic director and took the same position at Minnesota on Wednesday. U of M announced on Wednesday that he would make $850,000 annually over the next five years. Minnesota’s last two athletic directors, Joel Maturi and Norwood Teague, had starting salaries of $345,000 per year and $422,000 per year, respectively.MORE COVERAGE:3 things we learned from Mark Coyle’s introductory press conference at MinnesotaSyracuse Athletics emails season-ticket holders following Mark Coyle’s departurePoll: Are you understanding of Mark Coyle’s rationale for leaving Syracuse?Jim Boeheim and Dino Babers surprised by departure of athletic director Mark CoyleInsight on Mark Coyle’s decision to leave Syracuse from former Minnesota director of athletics Published on May 11, 2016 at 9:11 pm Contact Paul: | @pschweds Coyle’s departure came as a surprise to SU men’s basketball head coach Jim Boeheim and football head coach Dino Babers, as well as many in the Syracuse community. SU has not yet named an interim director of athletics.The Iowa native said on Wednesday that Minnesota was the only school he’d leave SU for. He spent 2001-2005 working in the Gophers’ athletic department and got emotional while discussing his connection with the school.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I can’t tell you how excited we are to be back close to our family,” Coyle said at his introductory press conference, “and have a chance to do something I love, close to my family.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Mostert weighed family issues before deciding to play

first_img COMMENT Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US LIVE TV Associated Press Television News First Published: 6th August, 2020 07:01 ISTcenter_img Last Updated: 6th August, 2020 07:01 IST Mostert Weighed Family Issues Before Deciding To Play Working out a new contract with the San Francisco 49ers wasn’t the only thing Raheem Mostert had to do before deciding whether to play football this season WATCH US LIVE Working out a new contract with the San Francisco 49ers wasn’t the only thing Raheem Mostert had to do before deciding whether to play football this season.There was a much more important family matter to deal with as well.Mostert’s wife, Devon, is expecting the couple’s second child in September and will spend the season back home in Ohio with their 1-year-old boy while Mostert plays in the Bay Area.Mostert ultimately decided to play this season instead of opting out like dozens of other players have chosen to do in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.“The discussions we’ve had, it’s been long and extensive,” he said Wednesday. “But she understands the importance of me being out here and being able to provide for the family and all those good things. We’ve had more positive talks than negative. We’ve been able to communicate on a day to day basis just to understand each other’s feelings and to make sure she’s at ease especially at a time like this with the uncertainty of COVID, as well as having the birth of our second boy.”While the decision was made, it wasn’t an easy one. Mostert has taken the pandemic very seriously, even pulling out of an autograph show in early March before most people in the sports world were taking the problem seriously.Devon and the kids will spend the season in Cleveland instead of traveling to the Bay Area. Mostert’s not sure whether he will travel back for the birth, saying the couple is weighing the pros and cons of the decision.“We’ve both had nights where we’ve cried on each other, just talking about how we’re going to manage this whole deal,” he said. “I told her flat out, ‘Hey, look, I don’t want you guys to even come to Cali. I don’t want you to be infected.’ I don’t want my 1-year-old to be infected as well as the new addition to our family. So we were able to work it out.”Mostert was in the news earlier this offseason when his agent publicly demanded a trade if the Niners didn’t rework a three-year contract that paid Mostert as a core special teams player instead the dynamic back he developed into late last season.Mostert got new incentives that can reportedly almost double his salary of $2.875 million this season. He’s hoping to reach those by building on last year’s breakthrough season.After being cut by six teams and carrying the ball only eight times his first three seasons in the NFL, Mostert was a key part of San Francisco’s NFC title winning season in his fifth year in 2019.He led the 49ers in rushing last season with 772 yards and provided the signature performance of his career on the big stage of the NFC championship game when he ran for 220 yards and four touchdowns in a 37-20 win over Green Bay that sent the Niners to the Super Bowl.That’s the type of performance he wants to repeat this season.“I just want to go out there and be dominant,” he said. “When I step out onto that field, I want everybody to say, ‘That’s a bad (man). He’s somebody that we can’t take lightly.’ I want to put fear in other teams’ eyes. That’s my mindset. Even when I’m playing gunner, I just want people to know I’m the best special teams player to ever play this game. That’s the mindset I’m going to have at running back. I want them to know that I’m the best running back ever to play this game, even though it doesn’t show as far as my career-wise.”Despite all that success last season, Mostert still has never started a game in the NFL as he has been mostly a part-time player whose only game with at least 20 carries came against the Packers in the playoffs.He said he considers himself a starter even if he doesn’t get the nod and is preparing for a heavier load if needed this season.“I always tell myself, once I get that opportunity, I’m never gonna look back,” he said. “That’s what I got to hold myself up to. That type of standard.”Image credits: AP FOLLOW USlast_img read more

Lakers sign former Mater Dei, UCLA star Travis Wear to 10-day contract

first_img Lakers’ Isaiah Thomas says he can return to Celtics form if given the opportunity Wear and his twin brother, David, started their college careers at North Carolina in 2009, but transferred to UCLA, where they starred from 2011-14. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThe Lakers (27-34) are coming off a 131-113 win over the Heat in Miami on Thursday night. They have won four games in a row, but are without rookie Josh Hart, who started 10 straight games before suffering a broken bone in his left hand during practice in Miami on Wednesday.Hart was scheduled to undergo surgery on Friday morning in L.A.In the win over the Heat, Brandon Ingram left in the fourth quarter due to a strained left hip flexor and is listed as questionable for Saturday against the Spurs.It’s a run of bad luck for a team that waived veteran Corey Brewer earlier this week. Brewer went on to join the Oklahoma City Thunder. Lakers shoot 60 percent, shred Heat’s defense for 4th straight win Lakers waive Corey Brewer right before rookie Josh Hart breaks bone in left hand SAN ANTONIO – With their number of healthy and available players dwindling, the Lakers on Friday signed former UCLA star Travis Wear to a 10-day contract.Wear, 27, has spent the last two years with the South Bay Lakers in the G-League after starting each of those seasons in training camp with the Lakers.A 6-foot-10 forward who attended Mater Dei before going to UCLA, Wear has averaged 16.7 points and 8.3 rebounds with South Bay this season. He recently played for the USA men’s team in the first round of FIBA World Cup qualifying.Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

Sumner County Sheriff bookings: Monday, Feb. 18 – Monday, Feb. 25, 2013

first_imgMonday, Feb. 18 to Monday, Feb. 25, 2013Â Â WEEKLYÂ Â BOOKINGS Anderson, Charles34Omaha, NBI-35 Mile Post 16KHPDriving while Suspended Kami Etter33Mayfield, Ks102 S Washington Mayfield, KsSUSODomestic Battery Mark Gardipee52Wichita, Ks1800 E. U.S.166SUOD.W.S. & speeding Jennifer Sirmons28Wellington, Ks220 N Elm WellingtonWPDFailure to Appear Clinkingbeard, Shelsey20Wellington, KS812 S Jefferson, Wellington, KSWPDDomestic Battery X2 Domestic Battery Phillip Visicaro48Sun City Center Florida610 E Hillside WellingtonSUCODriving while Suspended Sumner Bookings13 Popplewell, Zachariah40Wellington, KS404 W Sumner Wellington KSWPDDV Battery Perez, Patrick F Jr27Olatha, KS610 E Hillside WellingtonSUSOServing sentence 48 hours Bowler, Justin34Wichita, Ks500 N Washington, Wellington KSSusoRevoke and remand to serve sentence Rosedahl, Rodd41Marysville, KS821 S Jefferson Wellington KSWPDDUI, Transporting open container, Driving while suspended Marilyn Hlad52Mulvane, Ks211 N 2nd Mulvane, KSMPDProbation Violation James Whitehead27Wellington, Ks1301 E. Harvey, Wellington Ks.W.P.D.Probation Violation Gaullot, Tyrone, D30Wichita, KsI-35 on Mile Post 28KHPDriving while Suspended Linda Clinkingbeard45Wellington, Ks812 S Washington WellingtonWPDBattery LEO Violation of offender Registration Jackson, Derrick46Wichita, Ks1000 E US 166 Hwy, South HavenSUSODriving While Suspended/Transporting open Container Theobald, Jordon P22Wellington, KS1416 Michigan, Wellington, KSWPDCriminal damage to property/Possession of depressant/ Possession of drug paraphernalia Shepard, Stanley L Jr59Oklahoma City, OKI-35 Mile Post 25SUSODriving while Suspended, No Insurance, Douglas Co Warrantcenter_img Hoover Alberto-Zuniga22Artesia New MexicoI-35 MP 31KHPOperate vehicle without license Whiteneri, Jayvon33Chicago, IL1119 S Jefferson, Wellington KSWPDCity of welling warrants DV Battery, Criminal deprivation of property, Disorderly conduct Segdwick Bookings34 Christopher Yoder33Mayfield, Ks102 S Washington Mayfield, KsSUSODomestic Battery Oxford PD0 Huynh, San V21Wichita, Ks3100 S Oliver, Wichita, KSMulvaneFailure to Appear Fleming, Edward38Houston, TX700 S US 81 HWY, KSSUSODWS Forrester, Tina R35Wellington, KsWellingtonWPDTheft of property or services KHP2 McCormick, Eugene C21Wellington, KS700 N Jefferson, Wellington, KSWPDBattery, Disorderly Conduct, Criminal Trespass Belle Plaine PD0 No Insurance Rivera, Joseph L32Mulvane, Ks1400 E 140th AveSUSODriving Under Influence, Transporting an Open Container, Refusal to submit to PBT Bickle, Deric20Wellington, KS610 E Hillside WellingtonSUsoServing sentence 48 hours NameAgeHome TownLocation of ArrestAgencyCharges Mulvane PD2 Gonzales, Rebecca37Boynton Beach, FL324 West 1st Ave Caldwell, KSSUSODV Battery Interference with LEO Wellington PD10last_img read more

SPSCC Closes Winter Quarter with Musical and Film Performances

first_imgFacebook5Tweet0Pin0Submitted by South Puget Sound Community CollegeSouth Puget Sound Community College brings Winter Quarter 2019 to a close in March with three musical performances between March 15 and March 21, as well as the quarterly Student Film Showcase on March 19. SPSCC music groups are a mix of college students and community members who perform in concert throughout the year.SPSCC Chorus and Chamber ChoirMatters of the HeartFriday, March 15, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, Main StageBuy TicketsThe South Puget Sound Community College Chorus and Chamber Choir present Matters of the Heart, an exploration of the joys and consequences of romantic love, featuring music by J.S. Bach, G.F. Handel, U2, Billy Joel and Cole Porter. The Chorus and Chamber Choir are directed by Dr. John Guarente.South Puget Sound College OrchestraHigh-Brow and Low-BrowSaturday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m.Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, Main StageBuy TicketsMusic from all classes of society is featured on this concert by the South Puget Sound College Orchestra. The concert opens with Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture and a charming little piece by Steven Bryant, simply titled Dusk. After intermission, Seattle-based cellist Ryan Farris joins the orchestra for the second of Haydn’s cello concertos. The concert closes with Saint-Saens’ raucous “Danse Bacchanale” from Samson and Delilah. The Orchestra is directed by Cameron May.Student Film ShowcaseTuesday, March 19 at 7 p.m.Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, Main StageNo tickets requiredA free evening showcase featuring works by SPSCC’s own film students. The quarterly Student Film Showcase boasts exciting, inventive, and exhilarating movies created by local talent and future filmmakers.SPSCC Jazz Band with ObradorAn Evening of Cuban MusicThursday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m.Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, Main StageBuy TicketsThe SPSCC Jazz Band, directed by James Schneider, will join local legends and long-term jazz stalwarts Obrador for an evening of Cuban and Latin music. Obrador – Spanish for “a doer of work” – began in Olympia in 1976 with a mission to use music and the arts as a community tool to build understanding among the world neighborhood. Their music is constantly evolving, with Haitian, Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Brazilian influences, and they’re actively involved in a humanitarian gifting program with the children’s conservatory at the Guillermo Tomas School in Havana, Cuba.last_img read more

Santos has last laugh vs heckling Ginebra fan in Game 2

first_imgHe finished with 11 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, and two blocks to shake off his horrific performance in the first three quarters.“Kapag ganoon yung nilalaro ko, kapag di ako masyadong nakakapag-contribute compared nung first game namin, nagfo-focus ako sa defense at sa ka sa assists. Kapag kailangan, hindi ko naman pipilitin,” he said. “God is good na yung mga crucial shots ko, isa yun sa nagbigay sa amin ng pag-asa. Tapos sa huli, na-follow up ni Marcio (Lassiter), kamay pa rin ng Diyos yon.”(I wasn’t able to contribute compared to our first game so I focused on my defense and assists. I didn’t want to force my shots. But I hit crucial shots and that gave us hope and God is good. Marcio also had that followup and that too was still God giving us that blessing.).@TheSMBeermen’s @arwindsotnas talks about shaking off his early struggles to drill the overtime-forcing triple late in regulation. #PBA2018— Randolph B. Leongson (@RLeongsonINQ) March 11, 2018The win put the Beermen up, 2-0, in the best-of-seven semifinals series, and for Santos, as tough as the game was, it just heightens up the players’ desire to keep winning.“Nakaulit nga kami,” he said before channeling his inner poet which has become a norm for every time he talks to the media.“Nakakuha na kami ng isang kaing. Sobrang nag-enjoy kami sa napitas namin na gusto lang namin na ariin yung puno next time. Pag naari na namin yung puno sa pangatlong panalo, bibilhin na namin yung lupa kung saan nakatanim yung puno na yon.”(We were able to repeat. We enjoyed getting that win so much and we want to win again next game so that when we get our third win, we can now focus on winning the series.) Lassiter in right place at right time to win it for San Miguel Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netA Ginebra fan watching inside Araneta Coliseum reveled as San Miguel’s Arwind Santos struggled to get his offensive game going in Game 2 of the semifinals.He had several reasons to feel good about with Santos misfiring and the Gin Kings leading, 93-87, with exactly two minutes remaining.ADVERTISEMENT Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Sea turtle trapped in net freed in Legazpi Citycenter_img But he found out the hard way not to mess with Santos especially when the game is far from over.Santos first drilled a huge three with 1:53 remaining to cut the deficit down to three, 93-90, before burying the game-tying triple, 95-all, with 13.4 ticks left that forced overtime.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkAdding insult to injury, Santos went on to give the fan a dose of his own medicine.Santos 3! 13.4 left. 95-all. #PBA2018 Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READ View comments GALLERY: Barangay Ginebra back as PBA Governors’ Cup kings — Randolph B. Leongson (@RLeongsonINQ) March 11, 2018“Pinanganak akong mangaasar eh. Sa aming magkakapatid, di mo ako tatalunin sa pang-aasar,” he said as he taunted the fan repeatedly in the endgame. “Eh nung huli, naka-shoot ako. Parang ang sarap mang-asar at binalikan ko siya.”(I was born a heckler. Between me and my siblings, you really can’t beat me when it comes to heckling. I made shots in the end and it felt so good to get back at him and piss him off.)Santos got the last laugh as San Miguel stole Game 2 from Ginebra with a 104-102 win in overtime on Sunday.ADVERTISEMENT The Beermen go for a 3-0 lead on Tuesday at Mall of Asia Arena.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. UK plans Brexit celebrations but warns businesses may sufferlast_img read more