Dylan Marbury makes a dash for the bucket as a Clear Creek Intermediate defender gives chase. For at least the second time in the tournament, Marbury scored in double figures to go with several assists. Dylan Marbury makes a dash for the bucket as a Clear Creek Intermediate defender gives chase. For at least the second time in the tournament, Marbury scored in double figures to go with several assists. Photo: Robert Avery Photo: Robert Avery Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 Dylan Marbury makes a dash for the bucket as a Clear Creek Intermediate defender gives chase. For at least the second time in the tournament, Marbury scored in double figures to go with several assists. Dylan Marbury makes a dash for the bucket as a Clear Creek Intermediate defender gives chase. For at least the … [Read more...] about Five 3s in third period enable 8A Vikings to end San Jac Invitational on good note
Denver woke up to its coldest Halloween morning on record on Thursday, with a low temperature of 7 degrees good enough to break the old daily record. The old record low was a 10 degree reading, set in 1991. A subtle and localized overnight wind shift, however, prevented any all-time monthly records from being broken on Thursday in Denver. That said, temperatures plunged well below zero in both Greeley and Limon on Thursday morning. Welp, a subtle southerly shift wind overnight will keep Denver from breaking any monthly record lows. Low of 7 since midnight a new daily record, though.#COwx pic.twitter.com/POrQP46SOM— Chris Bianchi (@BianchiWeather) October 31, 2019 Thursday also continued a mostly unwanted stretch of brutal cold. Since late Saturday night, Denver has been below freezing for over 100 hours, a streak that will likely come to an end later on in the day on Thursday. We're ALMOST out of the deep freeze. We've now spent more than 100 hours below freezing (since last … [Read more...] about Denver weather: Record low clinched in Denver on Thursday morning
By Chris Melore CBSNewYork.com Major League Baseball’s offseason is already in full swing as all 30 teams are diving into the annual spending spree, better known as free agency. One of the winter’s biggest wheeling-and-dealing events kicks off Sunday night in San Diego with the Winter Meetings. For the Mets, the history-making debut of Pete Alonso and a late season playoff run gave the team new hope after a dismal start to 2019. Despite 86 wins, another year outside the postseason ultimately costed manager Mickey Callaway his job. Now, as fans adjust to new manager Carlos Beltran, an even more shocking introduction is about to be made — new billionaire owner Steve Cohen! MORE: Wilpons Working To Sell Majority Stake Of New York Mets To Billionaire Hedge Fund Manager Steve Cohen The following is the Mets’ version of a Christmas wish list; what they need to shop for this offseason to return to the playoffs — and what we will assume New York can afford to … [Read more...] about Mets 2020 Shopping List: Here’s Who New York’s New Billionaire Owner Needs To Spend Big On
CLIFTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A Christmas lights display in New Jersey is turning heads, and even dropping some jaws. It includes some provocative mannequins in very little clothing. On Sunday, CBS2’s Nick Caloway went to see what all the fuss was about. The huge display of lights has become something of a local landmark in Clifton, with visitors young and old stopping by and cars blocking traffic to snap a picture. “They have very nice decorations, full of lights, and it’s really beautiful,” resident Divya Tailor said. A New Jersey man’s Christmas display has everyone’s attention, but some think it’s not appropriate for kids. (Photo: CBS2) But upon a closer inspection, one can see four mannequins dressed in a way that would make Santa Claus blush. “It’s always nice to see a beautiful lady,” said Mark Cantor of Woodland Park. MORE: How To Help Alleviate Stress For Children With Special Needs During The Holidays They … [Read more...] about Doctor’s Risqué Holiday Lights Display The Talk Of Clifton, N.J.
NEW YORK (AP) — Noah Syndergaard again wobbled with Wilson Ramos as his catcher while Clayton Kershaw was right in the pocket, sending the Los Angeles Dodgers over the New York Mets 9-2 Friday night. Kershaw (14-5) stopped a rare three-start skid and improved to 10-0 in regular-season play against the Mets. Rookies Gavin Lux and Edwin Ríos homered as the NL West champion Dodgers won their ninth in a row at Citi Field dating to 2016. Coming off a four-game sweep of Arizona, Syndergaard and the Mets fell flat. They dropped three games behind Chicago for the second NL wild-card spot. Milwaukee and Philadelphia also are ahead of New York, which was eliminated from contention in the NL East. Earlier in the week, it was revealed Syndergaard (10-8) recently went to his bosses, expressing his wishes to pitch to someone other than Ramos. Known more his hitting than defense, Ramos got this start — manager Mickey Callaway wanted Ramos’ bat in the lineup, trusting … [Read more...] about Syndergaard Struggles Again With Ramos Catching, Mets Lose Opener To Dodgers