St. Nicholas 7th Grade Volleyball Team Picks up 2 Wins This Week/8th Grade Picks up 1 Win, but also loses 1.The 7th grade St. Nicholas team defeated South Dearborn on Tuesday, Sept. 16 in 2 sets with scores of 25-5 and 25-3. They also defeated Brookville Middle School in 2 sets with scores of 25-11 and 25-22. Their record improves to 11-0.The 8th grade team defeated South Dearborn in 2 sets with scores of 25-15 and 25-7. They lost to Brookville Middle School on Thursday in 3 sets with scores of 23-25, 25-7, and 12-15. The girls started out slow, but then began playing their game. They just made a few mistakes, and they weren’t quite able to pull out the win. Even when they were down, they still stayed positive and worked to play the way they’ve been taught-bump, set, spike.St. Nicholas is back in action on Monday against Sunman-Dearborn with the game being played at Milan Middle School at 5:30.Courtesy of STN Coach Debbie Gregg.
West Ham boss, David Moyes, has said he was “disappointed” that exciting youngster Jeremy Ngakia has rejected a new contract. Injury concern – West Ham manager David Moyes Ngakia moved up to the Hammers‘ Under-23s side last summer and Moyes handed him his first-team debut in January. The 19-year-old has made three further Premier League appearances but will not be at the club next season. He has rejected a new contract and it remains unclear whether he will finish the protracted campaign with the club. “We are really surprised and disappointed that Jeremy is not going to stay at West Ham,” Moyes told the Evening Standard. “We like him a lot, we’ve given him his debut and I’m a manager who has done that many times in my career, including Wayne Rooney, Ross Barkley, Jordan Pickford and others.Advertisement Loading… “Jeremy is another one and I feel he is making a mistake choosing not to stay with us. We’ve trusted him in big games and everyone likes him at the club.” Moyes also said Ngakia’s decision would reflect badly on West Ham’s academy. “I also feel it’s a kick in the teeth for the academy, because they have developed a player for the first team and he’s not going to stay. We’re also really disappointed with his decision not to stay beyond June 30. “I don’t agree with that and I also think it’s something the Premier League should not allow to happen, because it means the season is not starting and finishing in the same way. read also:Moyes worried he will be stuck with West Ham deadwood “There’s nothing we can do about that, though, and we are still working with him. We like him, we want him to feel he’s been given the best service we can give and maybe there’s still a little hope that we can change his mind. “We haven’t given up all hope of Jeremy realising he has got it wrong, but I have to say he has told me directly that it is not his choice to stay.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top
Cleveland Browns punter Jamie Gillan has been placed on the NFL’s reserve/COVID-19 list, which means he’s either tested positive for the virus or been in close contact with an infected person.Gillan is the third player placed on the list, joining running back Dontrell Hilliard and safety Jovante Moffatt.The Browns signed Gillan as an undrafted free agent before training camp last season and the 23-year-old became a fan favorite with his long air and thick Scottish accent. He wore a kilt to Cleveland’s final home game last season.Gillan set a club single-season record by averaging 41.6 net yards per kick in 2019 as a rookie. He also placed 28 punts inside the 20.___ Georgia Tech has moved this season’s home game against Notre Dame to its campus stadium, citing uncertainty over scheduling because of the coronavirus pandemic.The Atlantic Coast Conference announced a new 11-game scheduling format that includes 10 conference games, with Notre Dame joining as a full-time member for the 2020 season.Georgia Tech was already set to play Notre Dame at Atlanta’s 75,000-seat Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Nov. 14. While that game remains a part of the Yellow Jackets’ revised ACC schedule, the uncertainty over a playing date prompted the school to move the contest to its regular home venue, 55,000-seat Bobby Dodd Stadium.___Milwaukee Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer says guards Eric Bledsoe and Pat Connaughton won’t play Friday against the Boston Celtics after both players arrived late to Florida because they had tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The San Francisco 49ers have placed backup running back Jeff Wilson Jr. on the new reserve/COIVD-19 list.The list is being used for any player who tests positive for the coronavirus or has been quarantined after having been in close contact with someone who has been infected.Wilson is the second player the Niners have placed on the list. Receiver Richie James Jr. was placed on it earlier in the week.Wilson had 27 carries for 105 yards and four TDs last season.___ The plasma helps patients still fighting the virus.“Being able to give back to people who weren’t fortunate enough to react the same way you did to the virus and give back to the community was important,” the former Navy star said in a statement released Thursday by the team.People who have recovered from the coronavirus have developed antibodies to the virus that remain in the plasma portion of their blood. By transfusing plasma from a person who has recovered from COVID-19 into a patient still fighting the virus, it can boost their immune system and potentially help them recover.___There has been a spike in the number of Rutgers’ football players who have tested positive for COVID-19. The Latest: LPGA Tour now has 2 positive coronavirus tests Defensive backs Siran Neal and Dane Jackson both tested positive Thursday, upping the team’s total to five since rookies reported on July 21. Neal is a second-year player and Jackson is a rookie seventh-round draft pick.The Bills said the decision to send players home was made as “a disciplined, proactive and preventative approach” in a bid to eliminate additional cases.The Bills did not provide a timeline as to how long rookies would continue working remotely.Undrafted rookie defensive back Ike Brown was placed on the team’s reserve/Covid-19 list Monday, followed by defensive tackle Vincent Taylor and receiver Duke Williams on Wednesday.— AP Sports Writer John Wawrow. The Spanish club announced on Wednesday that Serbian player Nemanja Gudelj tested positive for COVID-19 and was isolated from the rest of the squad.Sevilla says players and club employees were tested again and no positive results were reported.The club says training will resume with individual sessions.Players and employees will continue to be tested before the team’s trip to Germany for the match.The round-of-16 game is scheduled to be played on Aug. 6. The team plans to travel on Tuesday. ___The Las Vegas Raiders have placed backup running back Devontae Booker on the new reserve/COIVD-19 list.The list is being used for any player who tests positive for the coronavirus or has been quarantined after having been in close contact with someone who has been infected.Booker is the first player the Raiders have placed on the list.___ The LPGA says Marina Alex had no symptoms when she tested positive before leaving for Inverness. Following 10 days of quarantine, she is expected to return next week at the Marathon Classic. The tour says one caddie also tested positive and did not travel. The caddie was only to scheduled to work the first event.Gaby Lopez has the positive test result out of the 233 given to players and caddies at the tournament.The LPGA says one player from the Symetra Tour, Fatima Fernandez Cano, tested positive and withdrew from last week’s tournament in Michigan. The tour says she has recovered and has been cleared to play.___The Buffalo Bills became the NFL’s first team to send their rookies home and hold training camp remotely after two more players tested positive for COVID-19. Budenholzer hasn’t announced a timeline for when either player could appear in a game. He says getting them at least a couple of five-on-five practice sessions and some three-on-three work will be important for their conditioning and developing a rhythm. Budenholzer says it’s a big hurdle to overcome when everybody else has already put in 10 to 14 days of work. ___Season tickets will not be available for Dallas Cowboys games this season.The Cowboys announced that due to NFL policies, government and CDC guidelines on the COVID-19 pandemic, capacity at AT&T Stadium will be limited. The Phillies have received the results of Wednesday’s testing, and while no players tested positive for COVID-19 two staff members did test positive. One is a member of the coaching staff and one is a member of the home clubhouse staff. All activity at Citizens Bank Park has been canceled until further notice.___Rookie running back Malcolm Perry is among several Miami Dolphins players who have donated convalescent plasma after recovering from COVID-19. The sideline area college football teams use to congregate will be extended by 20 yards this season and only one captain from each team will be permitted to participate in the pregame or overtime coin toss. NCAA playing rules oversight committee announced alterations in football and other sports to accommodate for COVID-19 concerns this coming season.The team sideline area currently extends from one 25-yard line to another. Those areas will now span from 15 to 15. Currently, as many as four team captains can participate in the coin toss. That has been reduced to one and only two officials will be allowed to participate.In soccer, the penalty for spitting at an opponent has been increased from an ejection and one-game suspension to an ejection and two-game suspension. In volleyball, teams will not switch benches during a match.___ Associated Press The team sent season ticket holders an e-mail offering them options. They can opt in for the opportunity to purchase a limited number of tickets for a limited number of games and will have the first chance to purchase those tickets, though they could be in different locations from their normal seats. They also could decline to buy single-game tickets for the 2020 season but “will still retain tenure, seat location and associated benefits for the 2021 season and beyond.”Any season ticket holders who have paid their invoice fee will have the option to apply the credit to future ticket purchases or receive a refund.The Cowboys also said any fans who purchased single-game tickets from an official NFL licensed channel for games this season will be receiving communication from the point of purchase regarding cancellations of tickets and how to obtain a credit or refund.___ Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The LPGA Tour’s return to golf has yielded two positive tests for the coronavirus out of the 466 given to players and caddies before they traveled and when they arrived in Ohio for the LPGA Drive On Championship. New Jersey Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli said the number is now 15 and noted that even smaller gatherings can lead to positive tests.Rutgers halted all in-person team activities and quarantined the entire program this past weekend after learning six people associated with the program had tested positive. The Big Ten Conference member had previously reported four positive tests since returning to campus on June 15.___Sevilla says no other players have tested positive for the coronavirus ahead of its Europa League match against Roma. ___Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis is concerned about his club traveling to face Barcelona in the Champions League amid a recent spike in coronavirus cases in Spain.De Laurentiis says “I hear a lot of perplexity and fear coming from Spain and they’re acting like nothing is wrong. What does it take to say, ‘Don’t go to Barcelona but rather go to Portugal, Germany or Geneva?’”The Barcelona-Napoli game is scheduled for Aug. 8. The first leg of the round-of-16 encounter finished 1-1 in Naples in February. The winner will advance to the quarterfinals in Lisbon, Portugal.The Napoli president says “if they’ve decided to play the Champions League in Portugal and the Europa League in Germany, I think we can go to Portugal or Germany for the round of 16. I don’t understand why it should stay in a city that has a really critical situation.” July 30, 2020 ___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
When discussing his team’s strength of schedule after its 70-48 win over Eastern Michigan on Tuesday, Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim veered his thoughts toward his distaste for the NCAA’s Ratings Percentage Index.“It’s math people playing with numbers that don’t know anything about the game of basketball,” Boeheim said. “That’s what the RPI boils down to.”As No. 2 Syracuse (13-0) heads into its first ever Atlantic Coast Conference schedule, it has a handful of impressive out-of-conference wins under its belt. Victories over Baylor, Indiana and Villanova top that list, and it has jumped the Orange to second in the latest RPI standings.RPI is ultimately used by the NCAA Selection Committee to rank teams for the NCAA Tournament in March. It is used across NCAA sports and considers wins, losses and strength of schedule to rank teams.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBoeheim described SU’s nonconference schedule as tough, and said it couldn’t have played out any better for the Orange. But he’s not ready to let RPI illustrate Syracuse’s success in the early going.“The other day before we played Villanova we were 15th in the RPI,” Boeheim said. “We played Villanova at home which you’re supposed to win even though it’s a tough game, we win that game and we go to one. We jumped 14 places? That doesn’t make any sense. The whole thing doesn’t make sense.”ESPN college basketball analyst Joe Lunardi and a team of “bracketologists” replicate the system for college basketball and update rankings throughout the season.Currently, Massachusetts is the only team with a higher RPI than Syracuse.“I don’t understand the whole strength of schedule, RPIs,” the Syracuse head coach said. “The more you look at it, it doesn’t make any sense whatsoever.” Comments Published on December 31, 2013 at 6:33 pm Contact Jesse: email@example.com | @dougherty_jesse Facebook Twitter Google+
Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse has received the No. 9 seed in the NCAA tournament and a first-round bye, the NCAA announced on Monday afternoon.The Orange (15-3-1, 5-2-1 Atlantic Coast) will play the winner of Penn State and Hartwick on Sunday at SU Soccer Stadium at 2 p.m. The Nittany Lions, who earned an at-large bid, and the Hawks, who automatically qualified by winning the Sun Belt, will face off on Thursday in University Park, Pennsylvania.If SU faces Hartwick in the second round, it’ll be a familiar sight for Syracuse head coach Ian McIntyre, associate head coach Jukka Masalin and assistant coach Matt Verni. McIntyre was the Hawks’ head coach from 2003-09 and Masalin was his assistant for two years before both came to Syracuse. Verni led the women’s team from 2007-13 and also graduated from the school.“Probably, yeah,” McIntyre said with a smile after being asked if he’d prefer a matchup with Hartwick. “As an alumnus, as a former coach, I am a little bit biased, delighted that they’re in the tournament. But they’ve got a tough game.”The Orange defeated Hartwick, 4-1, in its first exhibition game on Aug. 16, and hasn’t played Penn State this year.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter beating Duke in the first round of the ACC tournament, Syracuse fell to Louisville, 2-1, in the semifinals on Friday. Last time it lost to the Cardinals’ the Orange went 2-0-1 in the next three games, finishing the regular season as the nation’s top-ranked team.Said midfielder Stefanos Stamoulacatos: “We’re all confident that we have the ability to make it back to North Carolina and get to that final four again.” Comments Published on November 17, 2014 at 1:49 pm Contact Matt: firstname.lastname@example.org | @matt_schneidman
First Published: 10th August, 2020 11:07 IST Associated Press Television News Written By COMMENT Christian Yelich homered, tripled and drew a bases-loaded walk as the Milwaukee Brewers rallied to beat the Cincinnati Reds 9-3 on Sunday for their first home victory.The Brewers avoided falling to 0-5 at home for the first time since 1970, the franchise’s inaugural season in Milwaukee.Milwaukee entered the game hitting .210, but its lineup delivered a smashing performance in the late innings.Justin Smoak broke out of a slump and delivered hits from each side of the plate during a six-run rally in the sixth that put the Brewers ahead for good. Milwaukee poured it on in the seventh with back-to-back homers from Keston Hiura and Yelich.Hiura went 3 for 5 with two runs and two RBIs.Cincinnati’s Jesse Winker was 3 for 4 with a homer, double and two RBIs.The Reds were seeking their first sweep at Milwaukee since August 2009 and led 2-1 when starter Sonny Gray (3-1) remained in the game to open the sixth inning with his pitch count at 92.Gray gave up three hits to the Brewers’ first four batters of the inning and left with the score tied and runners on the corners with one out. Michael Lorenzen replaced Gray and didn’t retire any of the four hitters he faced as the Brewers eventually built a 7-2 lead.Eric Sogard walked to load the bases and Hiura singled home Mark Mathias to put the Brewers ahead. Lorenzen then walked Yelich with the bases loaded to extend Milwaukee’s lead to 4-2.Lorenzen received a mound visit after Yelich walked, but remained in the game. Lorenzen then walked Logan Morrison to bring in one more run before exiting with the Brewers ahead 5-2. Smoak capped the rally with a two-run single off Cody Reed.Smoak struck out in his first at-bat, but followed that up with three straight hits to end stretches of 0 for 14 and 1 for 25 stretch. He ended up going 3 for 5 with a double.Brent Suter (2-0) earned the win with two innings of shutout relief after starter Brandon Woodruff allowed two runs in four innings.GRAY (BARELY) EXTENDS STREAKGray gave up six hits or fewer for a major league-record 37th consecutive start. He allowed six hits and four walks in 5 1/3 innings while striking out seven.The last time Gray gave up more than six hits in a start was Aug. 1, 2018, when he was pitching for the New York Yankees and yielded seven runs in 2 2/3 innings to absorb the loss in a 7-5 setback against the Baltimore Orioles.TRAINER’S ROOMThe Reds placed infielder Mike Moustakas on the 10-day injured list, retroactive to Thursday, with a bruised left quadriceps.Reds reliever Pedro Strop and center fielder Nick Senzel have groin injuries. Cincinnati manager David Bell said Strop “is trending toward some time off here” but Senzel should be ready to return by Tuesday.UP NEXTThe Reds have Monday off before beginning a two-game home series with the Kansas City Royals. Luis Castillo is the likely starter when the Reds open that series Tuesday.The Brewers stay home to begin a three-game home series with the Minnesota Twins on Monday. The probable starter is Adrian Houser, who has allowed just one earned run over 12 innings through his first two starts. The Twins will start Randy Dobnak. WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US (Image credit: AP) LIVE TV Last Updated: 10th August, 2020 11:07 IST Brewers Rally To Beat Reds 9-3 For First Home Win Christian Yelich homered, tripled and drew a bases-loaded walk as the Milwaukee Brewers rallied to beat the Cincinnati Reds 9-3 on Sunday for their first home victory. FOLLOW US
AC Milan’s Gennaro Gattuso has been banned for four matches after clashing with Tottenham assistant coach Joe Jordan during a Champions League tie.Midfielder Gattuso headbutted Jordan following his side’s 1-0 defeat in the first leg of their last-16 encounter at the San Siro and has since apologised.European football’s governing body Uefa handed down the punishment after a disciplinary hearing on Monday.But Milan have said that they will not be appealing against the decision.The 33-year-old former Rangers star had already been ruled out of the second leg at White Hart Lane on 9 March after picking up a booking in the first match.The veteran Italian headbutted Jordan as tempers flared at full-time in Milan 1-0 Champions League. “I lost control. There is no excuse for what I did. I take my responsibilities for that,” the Milan captain said.“I was nervous. We were both speaking Scottish, something that I learned when I played in his home city of Glasgow, but I can’t tell you what we said.“I didn’t want to argue with players and I did it with him but I was wrong to do what I have done. I will have to await what they decide.”Gattuso and 59-year-old Scot Jordan had already clashed on the touchline during a bad-tempered second half in which Mathieu Flamini escaped with a only booking for a two-footed challenge on Vedran Corluka.Croatia full-back Corluka left the field on a stretcher and was later seen on the substitutes’ bench with crutches and an ice pack on his ankle.“The tackle from Flamini was a horrendous tackle,” Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp commented. “It was a sending off. He was two or three feet off the floor with his two feet raised. It was a leg-breaking tackle.” The Flamini challenge turned the second half into a feisty affair, with Gattuso becoming increasingly aggressive.The Milan skipper, making his 450th appearance for the Rossoneri, confronted Spurs striker Peter Crouch before collecting a booking that will rule him out of the second leg for a lunge at Steven Pienaar.At the final whistle, Gattuso removed his shirt and headed straight for Jordan, hurling abuse at the Spurs first-team coach before lashing out with his head.The Italian was pulled away by team-mates and briefly stopped to embrace Spurs defender William Gallas before following Jordan down the tunnel.“I don’t know why it all got so silly,” Redknapp added. “Gattuso had a flare-up with Joe Jordan. I don’t know why.“He obviously hadn’t done his homework. He could’ve picked a fight with somebody else. Putting his head into Joe’s face, it was crazy. He lost his head.” Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri said he was disappointed with his captain’s conduct but claimed his rage was sparked by a late tackle on him by Pienaar which preceded the touchline clash with Jordan.“Flamini’s tackle was quite a bad one but the foul on Gattuso on his knee was also a bad one,” Allegri stated.“I don’t know what happened at the end of the match. It was not nice to see. I think there was a reason but there is no excuse for that.”Describing the scene on air, BBC Radio 5 live’s Mark Pougatch said Gattuso had “lost it”.Italian football journalist Gabriele Marcotti added: “Gattuso is an emotional player but after getting angry he calmed down enough to hug and kiss William Gallas and Harry Redknapp.“You think he is going to calm down then he goes after Joe Jordan. Absolutely incredible.” Redknapp joked that it was not wise to pick a fight with Jordan, who played for AC Milan between 1981 and 1983 after long spells with Leeds and Manchester United.“There would be only one winner there – Joe,” the 63-year-old Spurs boss said. “I’d have my money on Joe. Of all the people to pick on, don’t pick on Joe.”Source: BBC
Alex Bowman sounds off on Joey Logano: ‘He’ll get his for sure’ Related News Kyle Busch took home the checkered flag Sunday at Pocono Raceway.Busch led 79 laps and came away with the win at the Pocono 400. Brad Keselowski followed Busch across the finish line while Erik Jones placed third. Clint Bowyer, Ryan Newman clear air after All-Star Race fight: ‘It’s the past’ It was Busch’s 55th career cup series win and his fourth victory of the year.ROWDY! Retweet to congratulate @KyleBusch and the No. 18 team on their WIN in Pocono. pic.twitter.com/peFItJmPWx— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) June 2, 2019Kyle Larson was the winner of both Stage 1 and 2. He entered the race with just one stage win in 2019. 1️⃣: @KyleLarsonRacin stage wins in 2019 before today.2️⃣: Kyle Larson stage wins today at @poconoracewaySee if he can sweep the day live on FS1 >> https://t.co/gVR0toz1JJ pic.twitter.com/cFxi2Jo5w7— Xfinity Racing (@XfinityRacing) June 2, 2019Martin Truex Jr. struggled with engine troubles and completed just 91 laps. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s race also ended early.That’s a lotta damage. Ricky is done early. pic.twitter.com/20qZSU1dZf— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) June 2, 2019Chase Elliott and Clint Bowyer rounded out the top five with a fourth and fifth place finish, respectively.Monster Energy NASCAR Cup results at PoconoKyle BuschBrad Keselowski Erik JonesChase ElliottClint BowyerDenny HamlinJoey LoganoDaniel SuarezWilliam Byron Aric Almirola Kurt Busch Ryan BlaneyDaniel HemricChris Buescher Alex BowmanRyan NewmanMatt DiBenedettoPaul MenardJimmie Johnson Michael McDowellBubba WallaceKevin HarvickRyan PreeceRoss ChastainBayley CurreyKyle LarsonTy DillonReed SorensonQuin HouffDavid Ragan Landon CassillRicky Stenhouse Jr.Matt TifftJJ YeleyMartin Truex Jr.Corey LajoieAustin Dillon
The Reps recently defeated city rivals U13 Selects to capture the gold medal at the Terry Walgren Girl’s Soccer Tournament Sunday at the Lakeside Pitch.Previously, the Selects earned a silver medal in Coeur d’ Alene.Staff and management at Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to honour the Selects with Team of the Week accolades.The team includes, back row, L-R, coach Paul Burkart, Allie Zondervan, Lakpa Dietz, Natanya Hanley, Isabelle Morley, Naomi Perkins, Kyra Burkart, Camille Gebhart and coach Pat Perkins.Front, Emma Gregorich, Maya Mierau, Darian Voisard, Merissa Dawson, Bronwyn Sutherland, Maddy Sternloff, Amelia Martzke, Emily Graeme and goalkeeper Haley Cooke. Missing, Kali Horner, Emma DeCosta and Morgan Livingston. Nelson Youth Soccer U14 Selects have been on a bit of a run of late, capturing a pair of medals on the Girl’s Rep Soccer Tour.
Last year’s silver-medallists, Team Canada Black, will open the tournament Nov. 5 at the Encana Events Centre at 2:30 p.m. PT (5:30 p.m. ET) when they play Team Canada White. Sweden, last year’s gold-medallists, will wrap up opening day against Russia in Fort St. John. On Nov. 11, the bronze-medal game followed by the gold-medal game will be played at the Encana Events Centre. TSN and RDS, the official broadcasters for Hockey Canada will carry select games including the gold-medal game; exact broadcast details will be available closer to the event.Prior to puck-drop on Nov. 5, fans will get an early look at the competition and future stars of the game as both communities will host two exhibition games each on Nov. 2.For more information on the 2017 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, visit www.hockeycanada.ca/wu17 or follow along via social media at www.facebook.com/worldu17 or www.twitter.com/hc_wu17 DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Single game tickets for the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John will go on sale Friday October 13, 2017 at 1 p.m. This year’s edition of Canada’s premiere showcase of the best 16-year-old players is Nov. 5-11, 2017, at the Encana Events Centre in Dawson Creek and the North Peace Arena in Fort St. John.Single-game tickets will be available to be purchased starting Friday, October 13 at 1 p.m. hours online at www.tigerboxofficeplus.ca, www.hockeycanada.ca/wu17, by phone at 1-877-339-8499 and in person at the Tiger Box Office Plus at the Encana Events Centre.The Tiger Box Office Plus will be on location at Ernie’s Sports Experts at the Totem Mall for one day only on Friday, October 13 from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. so anyone in Fort St. John can stop by and purchase their tickets in person.- Advertisement -TICKET PRICES: Per game, per cityExhibition $5.00Preliminary $15.00Quarter Finals $20.00Placement $20.00Semi Final $25.00Bronze $25.00Gold $30.00Ticket prices subject to applicable fees.The 22-game tournament will include Team Canada Black, Team Canada Red, and Team Canada White will be joined by players from the Czech Republic, Finland, Russia, Sweden, and the United States.Advertisement