Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene MOST READ View comments 2 eagles lift Campbell to 2-stroke CAT Open lead There was little going for the Green Archers before the run that preceded that inbound play. In contrast, the Blue Eagles were flying, holding a 21-point lead and looking poised for a sweep. But Montalbo and the rest of the Archers weren’t going away just yet.What the Archers lacked in defensive intensity and shotmaking in a forgettable first quarter was wiped away by a relentless belief that they were built for these moments of adversity.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk“What I wanted to show in that play was for us to believe and to want it more,” said Montalbo. “I think we needed that wake-up call.”La Salle planted the seeds of one of the biggest comebacks in UAAP Finals history late in that second period and nurtured that on the way to a 92-83 victory that might have just swung the momentum in the way of the Archers heading into a winner-take-all showdown for the Season 80 crown on Sunday. 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Worse, the foul that sent Asistio to the line was Rivero’s fourth—and he trudged back to the bench in tears.But Mbala later zipped through the lane for a dunk to cut the lead, 34-51, triggering the Archers’ big run.“We saw some of our players down, struggling,” said Mbala. “We kept grinding, we kept pushing. Coach (Aldin Ayo) told us to keep believing. I feel like we got used to games like this and we just have to stick together, stick to the game plan, and play defense.”The Archers came out of the break with renewed vigor with Rivero hitting eight of his 18 points in the third period, while Montalbo scored on a couple of fast break layups. The Eagles, on the other hand, lost steam, outscored by their rivals, 26-8, in the period.“We just didn’t stop working,” said Rivero. “That wasn’t the way I was supposed to play in the first half because we got overeager.”With a comeback for the ages, La Salle likes its chances in the deciding game.“We should handle this victory very well,” said Montalbo. “Hopefully we ride this momentum for Game 3.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? LATEST STORIES Kib Montalbo. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netTheir title-retention bid on the verge of an epic collapse, La Salle skipper Kib Montalbo stood in front of Ateneo star Thirdy Ravena as he defended an inbound play late in the second period Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.Twice, Ravena tried to throw off Montalbo with a bump, but the La Salle skipper refused to budge, as if to say he wasn’t giving up his spot on the floor.ADVERTISEMENT Ben Mbala, named MVP for the second straight season, before the start of the game, finished with 20 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, while staying away from foul trouble in the second half and Ricci Rivero returned with aplomb after a foul-plagued first half as the Archers completed a 30-point turnaround to even the series at one game apiece.As the Archers went on a tear in the second half, the Eagles, who started the game on a 32-15 burst, suddenly went cold as the defending champions regained control of a highly physical series.“We were down by 20,” said Montalbo. “We wanted to take it inch by inch, possession by possession. Never give up. Execute and defend. As a captain of this team, it starts with me if we’re going to play tough.”The last two periods saw La Salle at its finest since the start of the season. Clogging the lane every time the Eagles reached the paint and closing out on shooters at the perimeter, the Archers played with urgency and tenacity, while getting points in transition.“We’ve worked hard for 10 to 11 months,” Montalbo added. “We can’t just throw this away. We had to fight until the end.”ADVERTISEMENT Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson
The year 2018 ended on a grieving note for an Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) family after a labourer, Kevin Moses Betancourt, was stabbed to death.Reports are the 23-year-old was stabbed to death at about 21:30h on old years’ night at Pamona Housing Scheme.According to reports, Betancourt went in search of a friend with whom he hadDead: Kevin Moses Betancourtearlier in the day met in a masquerade band. Guyana Times was told that as the 23-year-old entered the premises at Pamona Housing Scheme, the suspect, who was intoxicated, requested that he leave the yard. This led to a physical confrontation and the suspect whipped out a knife and wounded Betancourt to his neck and chest.The young man was rushed to the Suddie Public Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. A relative of the suspect told this publication that he was recently released from prison, having served time for assaulting an old man. The suspect is from the Pomeroon River area and was spending the holidays at his cousin’s residence in Pamona.Speaking with Guyana Times, the dead man’s mother, Bibi Nazim said her son Kevin is her second child of four children, born in Venezuela. She said the family moved back to Guyana about 10 years ago. The suspect was subsequently arrested.Meanwhile, a post-mortem examination conducted on the body of Betancourt showed that he died as a result of a perforation to the heart.
Djibril Cisse went under the knife for a hip problem last year 1 Former Liverpool, Queens Park Rangers and Sunderland striker Djibril Cisse wants to come out of retirement.The Frenchman hung up his boots in October last year after suffering with a hip problem.?But, after going under the knife, the 34-year-old has now revealed that he may make a shock return to football.“If I want to make it back onto the pitch? That is not a rumour, I have never hidden that desire,” Cisse told BeIN Sports.“I had to stop because of a hip problem, I never stopped because I no longer had the desire to play or because I was bored of football, I stopped because of medical reasons.“Today, those reasons no longer exist, I have received the green light from the surgeon. After my operation, things went very well, after one week I started running again.”
firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SANTA BARBARA – After 90 minutes and 20 minutes of overtime, Cal State Northridge and host UC Santa Barbara settled nothing. The highly anticipated Big West Conference showdown between the rival programs finished deadlocked 2-2 after two overtimes. But there was plenty of action to keep the 2,217 in attendance at Harder Stadium interested from the opening whistle. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 CSUN opened the scoring in the sixth minute when Canel and Sean Franklin worked well down the right sideline bringing the ball up field. Franklin sent a cross in to the penalty box, Willy Sims touched a pass to Paladini, who gained control and beat Renish with a low shot to the far post. The physical play began shortly after the score, and CSUN ended up losing Sims – its leading scorer – for the game after he was injured in the eighth minute. The teams combined for 22 fouls and two yellow cards in the 45 minutes. Trailing 1-0 entering the second half, UCSB tied the game when Byrne sent a free kick in the direction of Jeff Murphy, who headed in the equalizer in the 48th minute. Sean Ceglinsky, (818) 713-3607 CSUN (6-2-2, 2-0-1 Big West) took the lead in the 64th minute. Daniel Paladini took a free kick, sending a curling ball into the penalty area. Alec De Mattos fended off two defenders, redirected the pass to Ryan Roffi, who scored past Gauchos goalkeeper Kyle Renish to give the Matadors a 2-1 advantage. The Gauchos (6-2-2, 3-0-1), ranked No. 14 in the most recent College Soccer News poll, answered when Bryan Byrne scored on a penalty kick with less than four minutes remaining in regulation. Then Renish came up with perhaps the biggest play of the game. The Hart High of Newhall graduate made a diving save to his left on a Taylor Canel penalty shot with 1:16 left to force overtime.