Tags: Bishop Luddenboys soccerWest GeneseeWesthill WG featured a well-balanced attack where four different players – Tom Shields, Jacob Sachar, Josh Rimauldo and David Puma – found the net. Nolan Merritt and Jesper Behr earned assists, with Alex Toumbarcis and Josh Farrell combining for 11 saves.Bishop Ludden, having moved to no. 11 in the state Class C rankings, reinforced that high status in last Tuesday’s 6-1 romp over the LaFayette Lancers, where Michael Gaughan again stood out.Already up 2-0, at halftime, the Gaelic Knights got away with Gaughan pouring in four goals and adding an assist. Mark Collins and Luke Infanti also found the net as Liam Mahar got two assists and Charlie Colella added an assist.At Tully two days later, Ludden again jumped out in front with a pair of first-half goals, only here that was the only thing needed to gain a 2-0 shutout of the Black Knights.Gaughan and Mahar earned the goals, with Colella adding an assist. Tully had plenty of its own chances throughout the game, but goalie Jim McGarvey turned back all 10 of the Black Knights’ shots.Solvay lost, 5-0 to Chittenango last Monday, and then struggled again two days later in a 7-2 defeat to Cazenovia, though Ty Martineau did score a goal and assist on Alex Wilsch’s tally. Jonathan Gonzalez Perez had 15 saves. Humbled on Sept. 16 by Marcellus when it was undefeated and held the top spot in the state Class B rankings, the Westhill boys soccer team fell to no. 13 in the state poll, but quickly resumed its winning form.The Warriors hosted Mexico exactly one week after the defeat to the Mustangs, getting away in the second half to blank The Tigers 4-0.A well-balanced attack included one goal and one assist from Bo BenYehuda, with Andrew Centore, Brian Kenny and Jackson Powers also getting goals. Will Delano added an assist. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story When West Genesee hosted state Class AA no. 12-ranked Fayetteville-Manlius last Tuesday, it expected to make the Hornets worry, just as it did to Baldwinsville a week earlier.But the Hornets had none of it, topping WG 3-0 as Cheech Pagano netted two of F-M’s three goals. Ziad Abdul-Malik had the other goal as none of the Wildcats’ nine shots got past Chris Szidat or Will Summers.This loss didn’t shake up the Wildcats too much, though, for on Thursday night it hosted Cicero-North Syracuse and unleashed its attack on the Northstars, not letting up until it had earned a 4-2 victory.
He featured for clubs like Everton, Portsmouth, Middlesbrough, Blackburn Rovers, Reading, Maccabi Haifa and many more.The Yak made his debut for the Super Eagles of Nigeria in 2000 and went on to score 21 goals in 57 appearances thus becoming the 3rd highest goalscorer in the history of the team.Yakubu Aiyegbeni played for Nigeria at four African Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournaments in addition to him representing the country as part of the Eagles team to the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. RelatedGreatest Nigerian Player: “No Where In The World” Mikel Better Than Oliseh – Aiyegbeni (AUDIO)August 10, 2020In “Featured”Yakubu Aiyegbeni Picks His All Time Super Eagles XIAugust 7, 2020In “Featured”Diafra SakhoJune 30, 2017Similar post Former Super Eagles striker Yakubu ‘The Yak’ Aiyegbeni has retired from football at the age of 35.Yakubu, who is the second highest African goalscorer in the Premier League with 96 goals, played for many clubs during his impressive career.
Asempa FM, a subsidiary of the Multimedia Group of Companies will host millions of Ghanaians as they mark the 7th edition of their annual fitness and fun festival at the El-Wak Sports Stadium on November 26.The event dubbed “Fitness for Peace”, seeks to drive home the importance of fostering and upholding the peace the country enjoys before, during and after the December 7 polls.With elections fast approaching, a lot has been said about the need for a peaceful election and as part of honoring corporate social responsibilities, Multimedia Group will use the event to propagate peace while bringing a lot of people to have fun and keep fit at the same time.Various keep fit clubs and individuals will proceed from Afrikiko at 5:30am to the El Wak stadium with a health walk and at the stadium.Activities to be competed in includes football, treasure hunt, unisex relay, arm wrestling, ladies egg and spoon race, 100m race and tug of peace as well as peace songs from renowned artistes. The 2016 Asempa FM fitness and fun festival is put together in partnership with the Christian Council, Office of the National Chief Imam with support from UNDP and DANIDA.