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20Sep/20

Delray Beach residents’ homes flood after city bans sand bags

first_imgResidents on Marine Way are experiencing flooding after the City of Delray Beach took sandbags they set up to protect their properties from the King Tides.According to CBS12, about $6,000 was spent to protect the neighborhood homes located across from the Intracoastal.The City of Delray said the bags were against city ordinance and took them.Then Dorian came and combined with the King Tides, the Intracoastal has been flooding properties on Marine Way, CBS12 reports.Related content:Cat 2 Dorian On The Move North, Finallylast_img read more

16Sep/20

Tyler Lydon a 1-man offensive show in Syracuse men’s basketball’s loss to South Carolina

first_imgNEW YORK – One game after Syracuse boasted five players with at least 12 points, the Orange’s shallow scoring depth that occasionally surfaced a season ago reared its ugly head again.After Tyler Lydon and his 18 points, nobody had more than 10, and only two cracked double digits. Lydon was the only player in double figures until Andrew White’s corner 3 cut South Carolina’s lead to five late in the second half.“Tyler Lydon was clearly our most aggressive player, our best player,” SU head coach Jim Boeheim said. “He really was on the verge of having a great, great game against a really, really good defensive team.”In No. 18 Syracuse’s (4-1) 64-50 loss to South Carolina (6-0) at the Barclays Center on Saturday, the Orange’s diverse offensive attack of the first four games reverted to a mainly one-man show. It was Lydon who singlehandedly cut the Gamecocks’ deficit in half at the beginning of the second frame, but the sophomore didn’t score in the final 16:19 and nobody else stepped up enough for Syracuse to avoid its first loss.“I’m not really too sure,” said Lydon, when asked why Syracuse couldn’t get over the hump after slicing into USC’s lead. “It just was a matter of us not being able to get into our stuff. We missed a couple shots that we needed.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAlly Moreo | Asst. Photo EditorTrailing 40-28 just over a minute into the second half, Lydon hit a free throw, sunk a 3-pointer from the wing and buried a turnaround floater to make it 40-34. But after securing a defensive rebound after a PJ Dozier miss, Lydon turned the ball over to briefly stunt the Orange’s momentum.Aside from Dajuan Coleman and Taurean Thompson’s combined three points the rest of the way, Andrew White and Frank Howard were the only ones to score for Syracuse, and not nearly as much as SU needed. Lydon had already done his part with 18 points in the first 23:41, but Howard missed four foul shots while Syracuse was in the double bonus and White hit only one long ball while missing a pair from behind the arc.“That’s what our coaching staff and team prides itself on, defense,” Dozier said. “We make our offense out of our defense. We came into the game with a defensive mind.”During his scoring spurt, Lydon let out a rare scream, urging the pro-Syracuse Barclays Center crowd to get on its feet. They obliged, but were soon brought back down to their seats when South Carolina swiftly countered. For the remainder of the game, Lydon had little to cheer about, often hanging his hands on his head or staring at a Gamecocks’ bucket in despair as Syracuse’s chance at a comeback slipped further out of its grasp.It seems Lydon’s early season scoring struggles are in the past, even if he was unable to carry over his brief hot stretch to when SU needed it late in the game. Syracuse has proven it can generate scoring elsewhere against teams far inferior, but Lydon will need a supporting cast as the Orange’s schedule heats up.“He played extremely well today,” Boeheim said. “But he didn’t get a lot of help.” Comments Published on November 26, 2016 at 7:26 pm Contact Matt: mcschnei@syr.edu | @matt_schneidman Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

26Aug/20

Cluster of errors raises no concerns for Justin Turner or Dodgers

first_img How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire “He’s a made a lot of good plays as well,” Roberts said. “Honestly, no one prepares like Justin. It’s something that just kind of … no one’s more frustrated than he is about it probably. I don’t want to give it too much thought. It’s baseball and I still trust the defense. I really do. We all do.”Most defensive metrics show Turner having a slightly down year defensively after being a Gold Glove finalist two years ago. The fractured left wrist he suffered in spring training was certainly responsible for a subpar offensive first half. But Turner said the wrist feels “fine” and is not a factor in his recent defensive mistakes.Roberts endorses that.“I don’t think so,” he said. “If you look at some of the plays, it’s a play to the left, it’s an exchange kind of thing. As I recall when his wrist was bothering him it was the backhand play that was getting him. A lot of the (recent) plays have been to the forehand so I don’t think there’s a correlation.”SHORT RESTThe question of whether the Dodgers will ask their ace, Clayton Kershaw, to pitch on short rest comes up every postseason. With the possibility of play-in-games and wild-card scenarios hanging in the air, it has come up sooner than usual. Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco PHOENIX — Justin Turner doesn’t offer an explanation, telling reporters to “call it what you want” – and he probably shouldn’t have to.Six times in the past 11 games, the Dodgers’ third baseman has bobbled a ball, flubbed a grounder or otherwise failed to make a play. It is a cluster that represents more than half of his error total for the season (10). And it is surrounded by a far greater number of exceptional plays that he did make (three in Monday’s game alone).“I don’t know what there is to make of it,” Turner said. “I came in and picked a ball on the short hop and couldn’t get it out of my glove.”That was Tuesday’s error. The others have been equally innocent taken individually and Dodgers manager Dave Roberts sees no pattern or reason for concern either. Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season But not with Kershaw. Roberts said Wednesday he has not spoken with Kershaw about the possibility of pitching on short rest next week if the Dodgers find themselves needing to win their way into a Division Series.“No. I’ve spoken to Clayton about his start on Saturday. That’s about it,” Roberts said. “Then whatever situation presents itself we’ll have a conversation.“It’s not even on our radar right now.”In winning the past five National League West titles, the Dodgers never faced the kind of do-or-die scenario on the final weekend of the season that they face this year. But the Dodgers started Kershaw on short rest five times during the 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 playoffs (including once after his memorable relief appearance to close out the Washington Nationals in the opening round two years ago).The Dodgers will hold left-hander Rich Hill back this weekend for possible use in a play-in game or wild-card game.MAEDA MINDDodgers reliever Kenta Maeda had an upsetting start to his week.On Monday, a fastball got away from him and hit Diamondbacks first baseman Christian Walker in the face. Walker suffered facial fractures and underwent surgery to wire his jaw shut. Maeda was visibly shaken, walking to home plate to check on Walker as he was treated by the Diamondbacks’ training staff.Then on Tuesday, he gave up a walk-off home run to the only batter he faced.But Roberts said he did not feel the need to talk to Maeda to shore up his confidence or check on his state of mind.“Obviously, it’s a very unfortunate situation with what happened to Christian Walker,” Roberts said. “I’m sure he feels very bad about that, understands that there was no intent. But that doesn’t change the result. I don’t think it carried over into last night.“He’s down tonight because it’s two in a row (that he’s pitched). But I’m not having him down because I think it’s a psychological thing. … With everything that’s transpired the last couple days, I think he’s fine.”UP NEXTThe Dodgers are off Thursday.Dodgers (LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu, 6-3, 2.00 ERA) at Giants (LHP Madison Bumgarner, 6-6, 3.20 ERA), Friday, 7:15 p.m., SportsNet LA (where available), MLB Network (out of market only)Related Articleslast_img read more