North JV beat Milan in 2 Sets 25-19, 25-17.Jenna Geis had 5 kills and 6 aces. Brittany Krieger added 5 kills and 8 digs. Anna Burkhart added 13 digs. Kalyn Muckerheide totaled 3 assists and 6 digs. Lainey Crites 6 digs.North Varsity beat Milan in 4 sets 23-25, 25-12, 25-21, 25-21.Kara Muckerheide set an impressive 124/127 with 37 assists and added 5 kills and 3 total blocks. Erika Kramer totaled a season high 23 kills and 6 blocks. Erica Gauck added 23 digs and 7 kills. Maddy Day added 28 digs and 11 kills. Olivia Bohman 6 kills and 3 blocks. Olivia O’dell 29 digs. Emma Luttel served 23/25 with 2 aces and hustled well on defense.Varsity now moves to 10-3 on the season, winning the last 10 in a row!Courtesy of Chargers Coach Ashley Gauck.
But Atalanta shot themselves in the foot again in the 90th minute, as Ronaldo fired in his second spot-kick after Muriel was penalised for handball. – Lazio stumble again – Earlier on Saturday, Lazio’s title dream suffered yet another setback as Francesco Caputo’s injury-time header grabbed Sassuolo a late victory at the Stadio Olimpico. The capital club sit eight points adrift of Juve in their tilt at a first league title since 2000, but have suffered three straight defeats. “Talking about the Scudetto was always a bit of a stretch and we have to look reality in the face,” coach Simone Inzaghi told Sky Sport Italia. “That doesn’t mean we will give up. Next season, in the Champions League, we’ll be able to rotate the squad more.” But despite trailing twice and being outplayed for long periods, Maurizio Sarri’s Juventus moved eight points clear at the top with six matches remaining as Ronaldo took his tally to 28 league goals this season. “We can’t make calculations yet, we can’t take our foot off the gas until we are mathematically champions,” said Juve captain Leonardo Bonucci. Zapata was proving a real nuisance for Juve, with Matthijs de Ligt doing well to block another goalbound effort, before the striker narrowly failed to connect with Timothy Castagne’s cross. Paulo Dybala almost levelled for the hosts against the run of play, but his volley was deflected wide. The reigning champions were gifted a route back into the game nine minutes after half-time as Marten de Roon was penalised for handling Dybala’s cross. Ronaldo stepped up to score his 27th Serie A goal this term, drawing him within two of Lazio’s Ciro Immobile at the top of the goalscoring charts. Atalanta continued to attack in search of the victory they needed to boost their title hopes, but shortly after substitute Muriel fired a free-kick into the wall, Malinovskiy’s low strike flicked the base of the post. Ronaldo almost put Juve in front with 10 minutes to play, but visiting goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini made an excellent save to keep out the Portuguese star’s half-volley. Malinovskiy did put Atalanta back into the lead in the 81st minute, as Muriel picked out his fellow sub to hammer a fierce shot past Wojciech Szczesny. It was an ultimately frustrating outing for Atalanta who stay third, nine points off the pace, after conceding both spot-kicks for handball. “What are we meant to do, cut our arms off? You can at most put your arms in front of your body,” Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini told DAZN. “The interpretation of the rule is not the same here as elsewhere. Other countries don’t give penalties like that. “These are the rules here, fine.” Read Also: Sheff Utd cruise past Chelsea, Liverpool’s record bid hit by Burnley Luis Alberto gave Lazio a first-half lead, but that was their only shot on target in the match as Sassuolo fought back through goals from Giacomo Raspadori, on his full league debut, and Caputo. Roma strengthened their grip on a Europa League slot with a comfortable 3-0 win at relegation-threatened Brescia. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Juve started brightly but it did not take long for the visitors to take control and start to dominate possession. Josip Ilicic fired the first real chance of the game wide, but Atalanta grabbed the lead in the 16th minute, scoring for the 25th consecutive match in all competitions. Papu Gomez was the creator, wriggling free in midfield before exchanging passes with Duvan Zapata before sliding the ball back for the Colombian to drill home his 15th league goal of the campaign. The goal made Atalanta the first Serie A club in almost 70 years to have three players score 15 times in a league season, with Zapata joining Ilicic and Luis Muriel in reaching the mark. Cristiano Ronaldo scored two penalties as Juventus snatched a dramatic 2-2 draw against Atalanta on Saturday night to take a massive step towards a ninth straight Serie A title. Lazio’s 2-1 loss to Sassuolo earlier in the day gave Atalanta, on an 11-match winning streak heading into the game, the chance to move second and cut the gap to Juve to six points. Loading… read more
‘Serious concerns’ have arisen in the planning application for Letterkenny’s first Supermac’s fast-food restaurant.Plans to open a two-storey restaurant with a drive-thru on the Port Road, just off the Station Roundabout have suffered a setback, as seen in recent documents.A number of objections were made against the planning application made last year by Atlantic Enterprises Ltd, whose directors are also the directors of Supermac’s Ireland. Objections to the development raised concerns about traffic flow on the already congested Port Road, the high number of existing food outlets already in the vicinity and the additional litter and anti-social behaviour that may come with the restaurant.Objections were also raised about the possibility that the restaurant would operate in the late hours and create undue noise, disrupting the lives of local residents.The restaurant has been tipped to bring significant job creation to the town, with over 80 estimated jobs being created during the construction phase and 25 more permanent roles once opened.The latest update on the development was an order to Atlantic Enterprises from Donegal County Council for the submission of new information and documents. The council have asked the applicants to revise their plans with reduced car parking and a greater area of green space near the Station Roundabout, among other redesigns.Atlantic Enterprises were told that their proposals caused ‘serious concern’ over the low-density and mono-use of the land, which goes against Letterkenny’s Town Centre Strategy and Urban Design Framework. They have been ordered to submit a Road Safety Audit and to clarify their ‘precise legal interest in the subject site’.The people of Letterkenny may have to wait a while longer before tucking into a famous Supermac’s burger or Papa John’s pizza, as the company has been given 6 months to comply with the council’s order before the application can be considered further.Not so fast! Letterkenny Supermac’s plans face setbacks was last modified: February 24th, 2018 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:DevelopmentplanningrestaurantSUpermacstakeaway read more