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Published on September 16, 2013 at 1:10 am Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3 Facebook Twitter Google+ Jess Jecko didn’t get too many opportunities to showcase her ability in the Orange’s 1-0 win over Ohio State on Sunday. The Buckeyes didn’t even take a shot in her direction all second half.She may not have been the hero on Sunday, but her presence captaining the SU defense has had a large hand in Syracuse’s early-season success.“She’s like a quarterback of a football team,” Syracuse head coach Ange Bradley said. “She just watches team’s offenses. ‘Can I get their 25-yard entries, can I get their corners’. She really studies the game to help her understand how to move the defense.”Jecko allowed just one goal for the Orange this weekend. In Friday’s 2-1 win over No. 7 Massachusetts, two open players for the Minutewomen caused Jecko to leave her positioning. An open-net deflection was the only score for UMass.She was able to redeem herself later in the game, when Jecko had a crucial kick save with just under 12 minutes to play on a penalty corner by UMass’ Brooke Sabia.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“It felt really good getting that last save,” Jecko said. “I was definitely really excited for it. We had been practicing their corners the whole week. So when they got one, we were ready for it.”The sophomore is allowing just 1.00 goal per game, which is tied for eighth in the nation. Sunday was her second shutout of the season. No opponent has gotten the ball past her more than twice.Jecko has started and played the entirety of every game for the Orange so far. That wasn’t the case last season, however, when she backed up then-senior Leann Stiver.Jecko said she’s worked hard all year to get to this point.“Last spring I realized, ‘This is my time, I’m the goalie, this is my time to grow,’” Jecko said. “But now, coming in, I was pretty relaxed. Ange did a really good job of preparing me for this season, and the team really helped me grow.”One of the big reasons for Jecko’s success has been the presence of a high-powered physical offense to keep control of possession. Syracuse came into the weekend seventh in the country with 4.75 goals per game.“A lot of it is mental toughness,” freshman forward Serra Degnan said. “You have to be willing to body up on a girl. You let no one step on this field without knowing your presence.”Syracuse’s offensive toughness played a key role in holding UMass to one shot in the first half, along with no shots of the Buckeyes in the second half. The offense hasn’t let their opponents get too many touches.Bradley said that same mental toughness has turned Jecko into a leader for SU.“I see a lot of maturity, and growing up quickly,” Bradley said. ”She’s worked harder than anybody in the offseason, in the spring, in the summer, watching video of opponents. Jess is really doing a great job leading herself, and I see her being a great leader for Syracuse.” Comments read more
African football legend Kalusha Bwalya says it is too early for Luis Figo to challenge for the presidency of football’s world governing body Fifa.Figo, 42, a former world player of the year, is one of three candidates who will challenge Sepp Blatter on 29 May.”Luis Figo was a fantastic player, a world-class player,” said Bwalya, Zambia Football Association president.”I’d have loved to see Figo go into the Portuguese football association, learn the ropes then come out.”Bwalya, who is also the executive member of the Confederation of African Football (Caf), added: “There are other former footballers, like Davor Suker, who’s heading an association in Europe [Croatia].”It’s the logical way but he [Figo] has decided to go for the big position. It’s going to be very difficult in my opinion.” Bwalya, the 1988 African Footballer of the Year award winner, said most of the associations have already decided who they will vote for, for the Fifa presidency.He said Africa has decided to back Blatter for another four-year term despite the Swiss having been at the helm since 1998.”We as Africa – myself included – have said we will back Blatter for another term because he has the requisite passion to carry football in the next four years,” Bwalya said.”From where we’re standing, it would have been better for him [Figo] to start at association level to know the challenges. He would have been better prepared.”In this situation we have made a commitment to president Sepp Blatter. We are happy with the way he has run things.” Figo, 42, whose career included successful stints with Spanish clubs Barcelona and Real Madrid, will also face competition from Dutch football federation president Michael van Praag and Jordanian Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein.On whether he himself would consider running for either the Caf or Fifa presidency, Bwalya laughed off any immediate plans.”Everything in its time,” he said.”I think we have good leaders in Issa Hayatou [caf president] and Sepp Blatter.” Both Van Praag (above) and Figo want to extend the size of the World Cup if elected Fifa president, with Figo calling for a 48-team tournamentMeanwhile, Van Praag believes there is less chance of unseating Blatter with both himself and Figo standing for election on 29 May.”What Figo thinks about that I don’t know, but it would be much better for Europe if we presented one candidate,” said the Dutch FA chief.”Figo is more photogenic. All the South American member association presidents wanted to take their photo with him.”But they didn’t want to say if they would vote for him,” he added. read more
Police need the public’s help to find a woman who they say identified herself as a federal agent and then robbed someone.According to West Palm Beach police, the woman approached the victim and claimed to be an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent. She then robbed the victim, who authorities say is Hispanic.Anyone with information is being asked to call Palm Beach County Crimestoppers at (800) 458-TIPS (8477).
Every day is a perfect day to launch spring fun with the winery’s unique sculpture garden, lavender labyrinth, musical fence, 9-hole executive golf course, giant chess set, outdoor Scrabble game, and grape maze, all located on the corner of Highway 105 and South Arbor Road halfway between Aberdeen and Westport. Westport Winery is known as having been voted Best of the Northwest Wine Destination. Submitted by Westport WineryWestport Winery earned three silver medals at the 2015 Florida State Fair International Wine and Grape Juice Competition on January 30 in Tampa.Boom Runner is the winery’s sparkling pomegranate wine with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Hoquiam’s Polson Museum. The label of this wine courtesy of the museum features a historic logging crew. Nirvana, a balanced blend of Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon from Mays Discovery Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills, benefits Grays Harbor PAWS. Ancient Mariner, a pear Riesling, benefits Coastal Animal Rescue and Adoption (CARA).Visitors are encouraged to check in by 12:45 p.m. for the 1 p.m. Backstage Winemaking tour every Saturday and Sunday. The price is $5 per person and free for wine club members and their guests. Good walking shoes and ability to walk on rough surfaces required.Westport Winery’s award-winning wines are exclusively available at the winery. The tasting room, gift shop, produce market, plant nursery and bakery are open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The restaurant is open for lunch daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and for dinner on Friday and Saturday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. For more information contact Westport Winery at 360-648-2224 or visit the website at www.westportwinery.com. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 read more