BOURNEMOUTH VS SWANSEA CITY

first_imgBOURNEMOUTH VS SWANSEA CITYSATURDAY, MARCH 12BOURNEMOUTH VS SWANSEA CITY, VITALITY STADIUMBournemouth are unbeaten away in the league in 2016, in five games, and return to the Vitality Stadium where they will hope to build on just four home wins. Swansea, meanwhile, have just three wins on the road and only 14 goals from 14 games. Swansea will hope midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson can maintain his good recent form; he has scored in six of his last 10 Premier League games.Villa reveal big lossesLONDON (AP) – Aston Villa’s new accounts have revealed losses of US$81 million as the club faces a costly relegation from the Premier League.In 2014-15, Aston Villa Football Club Limited generated US$160 million in revenue but saw administrative expenses soar by more than 56 percent to US$240 million.Villa reached the final of the FA Cup last season but finished 17th in the league, narrowly avoiding relegation last May.Now the former European champions are stranded at the bottom of the Premier League and facing relegation. American owner Randy Lerner is trying to sell the central England club.Timbers acquire Jack BarmbyPORTLAND, Ore. (AP) The Portland Timbers have acquired midfielder Jack Barmby on loan from English Premier League club Leicester City.The 21-year-old Barmby spent the start of the 2015-16 season on loan with Rotherham United and Notts County. He was expected to arrive in Portland in the next several days.He was part of Manchester United’s development system and signed a professional contract with the team in 2013.Barmby also played on England’s youth national teams.last_img read more

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Cameron lifts Highlanders

first_imgWalnut (19-6-1) tied the score in the 55th minute on a Brittany Seamen goal, and had several quality opportunities thereafter. Royal freshman goalkeeper Heather Haney turned away numerous chances, highlighted by a diving save on an attempt by Bailey Esquivel in the 63rd minute and a stop on Nadia Link before the final whistle. – Sean Ceglinsky Westlake 3, South Hills 1: Pepperdine-bound forward Kylie McDonald scored two goals in her third consecutive postseason game for wild-card entry Westlake (12-2-8), which received the winning goal from Nicole Gilbert in the 78thminute in the Div. II win over the host Huskies (19-4-3). Hart 4, Irvine 1: Sarina Coutin, Meghan Dean, Lindsay Mills and Aubrie Smith scored for the No. 2 Indians (24-3-1), who tied the program record for wins in a season with the Div.II second-round victory. Kristin Cameron was determined not to let her teammates down Tuesday. The Royal High of Simi Valley junior scored in the 20th minute and was fouled in the penalty box in the second half, setting up Sinead Vaughn’s penalty kick in the 73rd minute, as the host Highlanders defeated Walnut 2-1 in a second-round match of the Southern Section Div. II girls’ soccer playoffs. “I told her play fast because I didn’t think they would be able to catch her on the run,” Royal coach Scott Cameron said. “If they don’t catch her from behind and pound her to the ground, then she scores that goal. They were going to make her earn it.” The Highlanders (14-3-6), who play Thursday at Hart of Newhall (24-3-1), nearly added another goal in the 75th minute when Jackie Brown’s 25-yard shot flew just over the crossbar. center_img DIVISION V Oaks Christian 7, Bell Gardens 1: Kelsea Smith had two goals and four assists, setting a program record for most points in a playoff game, to lead host Oaks Christian of Westlake Village (14-6-1) to the quarterfinals for the sixth straight year. Caroline Cislo also scored twice for the Lions. DIVISION VI Desert Christian/Lancaster 7, Marshall 0: Robyn Estrada had a hat trick – giving her 35 goals – and Kristyn Richards scored three times for the top-seeded Knights (21-1-2) in the second-round win at Lancaster National Soccer Center. Viewpoint 3, Laguna Blanca 0: Harley Joffe, Ida Shahmoradi and Gabriella Capisani scored for No. 3 Viewpoint of Calabasas (17-3-3) in the second-round home win. CITY SECTION PLAYOFFS Granada Hills 7, Eagle Rock 0: By the middle of the second half, Ashley Hill was on the sidelines with an ice pack wrapped around her left thigh. That appeared to be all that could cool the Granada Hills High junior forward, who recorded her second consecutive hat trick in a victory over visiting Eagle Rock in the second round of the City Section girls’ soccer playoffs. Hill’s three goals give her seven in the past two games for the No. 6 Highlanders (12-5-5), who have scored 14 goals in the first two rounds. Anna Osvaldsson started the scoring against No. 22 Eagle Rock (14-5-1) in the 29th minute, finally getting a shot past Eagles starting goalkeeper Lindsey Zuber, who denied several early attempts. Hill’s breakaway score in the 38th minute gave Granada Hills a 2-0 lead. Gina Kecskes, Rebecca Lin and Hill combined for four goals in the first 10 minutes of the second half. Melissa Fernandez also added a goal. “Once we start playing as a team, we can break any defense,” Hill said. “It should start getting tougher, but as long as we stick together and stay focused we’ll be OK.” – Heather Gripp El Camino Real 2, Taft 1: Jessica Stadheim’s goal off a Sasha Scott corner kick in the 65th minute lifted top-seeded El Camino Real of Woodland Hills to its 28th consecutive playoff victory, outlasting No. 16 Taft of Woodland Hills (11-12-4). Michelle Oakes gave ECR (17-2-4) the lead in the 38th minute, but Morgan Bilger tied the score in the 42nd minute with her first career goal. Taft continued to apply pressure early in the second half, before Megan Quinn switched the momentum in the Conquistadores’ favor, leading to Scott’s corner-kick opportunity. “Once the other team scores on us, we just play harder,” Quinn said. “I wasn’t going to let this team down. I wasn’t going to let this team lose.” – Jim Shelburne Chatsworth 8, North Hollywood 0: Mary Patterson scored twice for No. 8 Chatsworth (9-9-3), which advanced to Thursday’s quarterfinals at rival El Camino Real. Sylmar 4, Fremont 1: Carol Martinez scored her area-leading 41st goal and Jennifer Alverez, Mary Gaitan and Natali Martinez added goals for the No. 2 Spartans (28-2), who won their 25th straight game. San Pedro 5, Birmingham 3 (2 OT): Vanessa Carr had two goals and an assist, Stephanie Cubias scored a goal and Daisy Alvarenga had two assists for 12th-seeded Birmingham of Lake Balboa (12-7-3). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Authorities continue search for suspect in violent Oceanside home invasion

first_img KUSI Newsroom, Authorities continue search for suspect in violent Oceanside home invasion Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter May 16, 2018 OCEANSIDE (KUSI) — Authorities Wednesday released photos of a man who they believe is responsible for a violent home invasion a week ago that left an Oceanside woman hospitalized with serious injuries and asked for the public’ help in identifying and locating him.A 911 call alerted Oceanside police to the crime — which was first reported as a battery — about 5:30 p.m. last Wednesday at a home in the 500 block of Monterey Drive, Oceanside police Detective Ryan Malone said. Responding officers found the 64-year-old woman, whose name was withheld, “battered and bloody,” he said.“She reported that an unknown male attacked her in her bedroom,” Malone said. “The victim sustained life-threatening injuries and is currently recovering in the hospital.”Police released no details about the investigation, but said that in the ensuing week, detectives identified a suspect in the case and were able to obtain two photographs of him. He’s described as a roughly 5-foot-9-inch, 160-pound black man between 30 and 35 years old, with a shaved head, goatee and mustache and possibly pierced ears. He was last seen riding a red bike.Anyone with information about the suspect or the robbery was urged to call the Oceanside Police Department at (760) 435-4900 or San Diego County Crime Stoppers’ anonymous tip line at (888) 580-8477. Tipsters can also contact the agency online at sdcrimestoppers.org; anyone with information leading to an arrest in the case could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000. KUSI Newsroom Posted: May 16, 2018last_img read more

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