Highlights: Bishop Grimes lights up New York Mills, 62-8

first_img Published on September 15, 2018 at 5:53 pm Contact Billy: [email protected] | @Wheyen3 On the first play for Grimes, an interception for Mills. pic.twitter.com/hm3Z2ci7LW— Billy Heyen (@Wheyen3) September 15, 2018AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Nate Gay hauls it in with one hand from AJ Burnett and finishes for a 30 yard touchdown. @BishopGrimes gets the two from Burnett to Bradford and it’s 32-0 Cobras. pic.twitter.com/kceP6fGfRQ— Billy Heyen (@Wheyen3) September 15, 2018 Freshman Logan Copperwheat for six. New York Mills on the board after the 10 yard rush finds paydirt. @lcopperwheat23. 56-8 Grimes in the fourth. pic.twitter.com/o6odhi5jDp— Billy Heyen (@Wheyen3) September 15, 2018 NEW YORK MILLS — Bishop Grimes and New York Mills faced off in Section III’s inaugural eight-man championship game in 2017. The Cobras emerged victorious then, but Saturday the Marauders had a chance at revenge. Bishop Grimes didn’t allow it.The Cobras cruised to a 62-8 win over New York Mills. AJ Burnett contributed to three touchdowns in his first varsity game as Bishop Grimes’ quarterback. And after ending last season with a win, the Cobras started this one with a W, as well.Here are highlights from Bishop Grimes’ big win. A.J. Burnett runs for a four-yard TD for @BishopGrimes. It was set up by a 29 yard run from Tyler Wait. Wait runs for two. 8-0 Grimes. pic.twitter.com/kfsxdRCosV— Billy Heyen (@Wheyen3) September 15, 2018 Numbers are wrong, I think, so I think this is a 54 yard TD run for Tahjyere Tigner. First time Grimes doesn’t convert the two. 62-8 @BishopGrimes pic.twitter.com/DckRbe1lhk— Billy Heyen (@Wheyen3) September 15, 2018 This play was called back for offsetting penalties but TJ Bradford is too big for Mills to handle. pic.twitter.com/7s5SqrBKP2— Billy Heyen (@Wheyen3) September 15, 2018 Tyler Wait runs for 8 yards and a score. He’s got 108 yards on the ground. Two good for Grimes again. 40-0 Cobras with 2:24 in the half left. @BishopGrimes pic.twitter.com/nWJAzfSqr1— Billy Heyen (@Wheyen3) September 15, 2018 After a fumble, Mills gets the ball right back with this interception. pic.twitter.com/TnRPp27vaY— Billy Heyen (@Wheyen3) September 15, 2018 Colin Cavanaugh for about 30 yards and the score. Two is good. 56-0 @BishopGrimes. pic.twitter.com/KFNWRNtZCK— Billy Heyen (@Wheyen3) September 15, 2018 Quite the 19-yard carry from @joewike42 for @BishopGrimes. pic.twitter.com/Td5T5BSqtr— Billy Heyen (@Wheyen3) September 15, 2018 Comments On the last play of the first quarter, AJ Burnett to TJ Bradford for a 40 yard touchdown. Wait for two again. 16-0 @BishopGrimes at the end of one. @BGCobras pic.twitter.com/oxX5gZGxDV— Billy Heyen (@Wheyen3) September 15, 2018 Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Wayne Rooney asked me who Martial was, says Schneiderlin

first_imgWayne Rooney asked French teammate Morgan Schneiderlin for the lowdown on 19-year-old Anthony Martial, who looks set to join Manchester United from Lyon, for a £36 million fee.Martial, who will become the world’s most expensive teenager, will sign a long-term contract at Old Trafford today. But United captain Rooney had no idea who the Lyon star was, according to new summer signing Schneiderlin.Martial, who has played less than 50 Ligue 1 matches, was granted leave by France national team boss Didier Deschamps on Monday to fly to England and finalise a deal reported to be worth up to €80m for the French club.”To be honest, yesterday [Sunday] on the plane, Wayne Rooney came to speak to me and asked me who Martial was, because the English press had started to speak,” Schneiderlin told reporters at France’s training base at Clairefontaine.”I told him he’s a great player with great potential, who has played some good matches with Monaco last season and the beginning of this year.”I told him he is technical and powerful. A little like Therry Henry, even if it’s the press who are making that comparison.” Schneiderlin is determined that Martial will not be weighed down by his hefty price-tag upon arrival in Manchester. “The size of the fee? If he wants my advice, it is to ignore it,” the former Southampton man added.”The media will talk a lot and will expect him to score many goals. But he must remember his qualities and play like he knows how. He can’t be paralysed by it. I think everything will go well.”–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

Žana Novaković Came in 37th Place

first_imgTina Maze from Slovenia won the gold medal in the Olympic Giant Slalom. This is her second gold medal in Sochi.Anna Fenniger from Austria came in second place, while the German skier Viktoria Rebensburg came in third place and won the bronze medal.The B&H skier Žana Novaković came in 37th place, 10.91 seconds behind.(Source: radiosarajevo.ba)last_img