Story | May 17, 2015
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Story | Jun 20, 2015 | 10:00 PMTyler Fiorito (McDonogh) made 23 saves and Ben Rubeor scored 23 seconds into overtime Saturday night as the Chesapeake Bayhawks beat the host Ohio Machine, 12-11. After Chesapeake gained possession of the opening faceoff in the extra period, Matt Danowski drove and passed to Drew Westervelt (UMBC, John Carroll), who found Rubeor in front of the crease. Rubeor faked a shot against goalie Scott Rodgers before converting the winner. Westervelt had four assists and a goal to lead Chesapeake, which improved to 5-4 and moved into a three-way tie with Ohio and the Boston Cannons for third place in Major League Lacrosse. Danowski had three goals and an assist for the Bayhawks. "We really battled and grinded this one out. It wasn't easy, and we had some things go against us, but we just kept on fighting," Chesapeake coach Dave Cottle said. Fiorito kept the Bayhawks in the game with 11 saves during the first half, in which Ohio dominated possession and kept the Chesapeake offense out of sync. After just one goal in the first quarter, the Bayhawks scored four in the second to enter halftime trailing 8-5. Chesapeake's defense took control in the third quarter, holding Ohio to one goal while killing off two power-play opportunities, and Danowski gave the team its first lead of the game, 10-9, 5:17 into the final period. Kevin Cooper (Maryland, Archbishop Spalding) evened the score, and the game headed into overtime after a goal apiece by the Bayhawks' CJ Costabile and Machine's Kyle Harrison (Johns Hopkins, Friends).
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Story | Apr 25, 2015 | 3:42 PM
RICHMOND — Empty seats, not to mention the tens of thousands covered by tarp or simply removed, are signs that NASCAR isn't as hot as it was 10 or 15 years ago. Sprint Cup Series television ratings which continue a steady decline despite a promising...