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Ludden basketball teams remain undefeated with league wins

first_imgAll through the first three periods, J-E’s defense was quite effective, forcing the Gaelic Knights into bad shots that rarely found the target. Yet the Eagles could not take full advantage, only gaining a 32-29 lead.To turn it around, Ludden had to rely on a more balanced attack than it showed against RFA. Late production was spread around as Johnson and Beauford each got 13 points, with Kaigler getting 12 points and Evan Habarek adding 10 points.Dakota Holbrook paced the Eagles with 14 points, while Alex Pond and Owen Barrigar had eight points apiece,.Meanwhile, the Ludden girls basketball team played twice last week and easily prevailed on both occasions.The Gaelic Knights handled visiting Central Square 68-53 Tuesday for its fourth consecutive victory, the Gaelic Knights getting another big effort from freshman Amarah Streiff, who poured in 25 points.And three other Ludden players hit double figures, with Keiara Odune earning 12 points as Kaitlyn Kibling and Lauren Petrie had 11 points apiece.Seeking its fifth win in a row Thursday night, Ludden got it against Hannibal, taking out the Warriors 74-30 as a relentless attack continued to add to its margin even after the starters gone out of the game.Streiff continued to produce on a consistent basis, finishing with 24 points, while Petrie stepped up for 14 points. Maddie Moen earned eight points as Kate Ruddy had seven points, with Odume and Alexia Chemotti getting six points apiece.And it all leads to a big early showdown next Saturday as Ludden’s girls meet defending sectional Class B champion South Jefferson.After playing Sunday against Global Concepts, a charter school near Buffalo, Ludden’s boys are off until its annual holiday tournament right after Christmas, featuring Corcoran in the field with Buffalo’s Cardinal O’Hara and New York City’s LaSalle.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story So far, all is good with the basketball teams at Bishop Ludden, each of whom have made strong early-season statements with a series of victories.The Ludden boys basketball team was already 2-0, including a win over Liverpool, by the time it hosted Rome Free Academy Wednesday night, facing a Black Knights team sporting its own 2-0 mark.Led by Mykell Kaigler, the Gaelic Knights defeated RFA 68-61, setting the tone through a swarming defense that limited the Black Knights to just six points in the first quarter. Though RFA got out of that slump, Ludden kept answering their charges, eventually taking a 34-21 lead to halftime. That cushion was needed as, throughout the second half, RFA would cut into the margin, only to get answered.Keying it all was Kaigler, the senior guard who drained five 3-pointers and finished the night with 31 points. He had help, too, as Monte Johnson finished with 18 points and Jarin Beauford contributed 10 points. RFA lost despite 22 points from Damien Call.A night later, at Jordan-Elbridge, Ludden found itself in some real trouble before it hit a higher gear in the fourth quarter and took out the Eagles 52-41.center_img Tags: basketballBishop Luddenlast_img read more

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Nedim Buza and Adin Vrabac Enter NBA Draft

first_imgYoung players of the Basketball club Spars, Nedim Buza and Adin Vrabac will participate in the NBA draft. This was confirmed by the director of the club Nermin Selimović.Several web pages in the USA have already published the information, and journalist Jonathan Givony, who works for the Draft Express, have classified Nedim Buza on the list of 100 young talents with the most potential. Buza is in 61st place.“Buza and Vrabac will play with all NBA scouts in the camp in Treviso, Italy on 6 June. The mere fact that they are going to Treviso will be the ideal chance for them to present themselves. When they arrive to Trevisio, after some time, it will be evident which club will eventually take the players”, said Nermin Selimović, the director of Spars.He emphasized that players until 22 years of age will participate in the camp.The NBA draft is scheduled for 26th June this year.(Source: Klix)last_img read more

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McKinney family lose appeal in rights-of-way battle at Oatfield site

first_imgThe McKinney family, who founded Oatfield Sweets in 1930, have lost an appeal over whether there were rights-of-way at the former Oatfield Factory in Letterkenny.Yesterday, Mr Justice Gerard Hogan, on behalf of a three-judge Court of Appeal, dismissed the case. The case was taken when, in 2015, the High Court ruled that the estate of Ruth McKinney, who was the daughter of Ira McKinney, the founder of the famous confectioners, had no right-of-way entitlement.It was claimed in the High Court that, as a result of the assertion of rights-of-way, Zopitar, a company owned by Donegal Creameries, which bought the property from the McKinneys, missed out on an opportunity to sell the premises to supermarket chain Lidl for €1.9m.The Irish Examiner reports that Ms McKinney offered to extinguish the alleged rights-of-way if work was carried out on her own home, Oatfield Bungalow, next to the factory, along with the payment of €500,000.It was claimed that Ms McKinney used an entrance from the De Valera Road as a right-of-way for access to Oatfield Bungalow, including for oil deliveries.Mr Justice Hogan said he was of the view that the use of the access roads to the factory by Ms McKinney was at all times given to her and her family for a specific amount of time and could be revoked by the owner.McKinney family lose appeal in rights-of-way battle at Oatfield site was last modified: June 28th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare 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:letterkennyOATFIELDRuth McKinneylast_img read more

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