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Robert Green

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  • Ghana and Slovenia both get 1-0 victories

     
    The two early matches today ended in 1-0 draws. I watched them while doing laundry and cleaning.  So we'll let AP tell you more: JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Ghana and Slovenia capitalized on opposing players being sent off for handball to each win 1-0 Su...
  • World Cup: How is it playing in U.S.? When is a tie a win?

     
    Check the update at: http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/entertainment_tv_tvblog/2010/06/world-cup-u-s-england-game-draws-nearly-13-million.html We won't have ratings for the United States-England match at the World Cup until tomorrow. Then we'll know just...
  • World Cup: U.S. vs. England: Opener ends in 1-1 tie

     
    One of the more intriguing story lines coming into this summer’s World Cup centered on the enigmatic U.S. team. Would these Americans play like world-beaters, as they did in last year’s Confederations Cup in South Africa when they beat top-ranked........
  • World Cup: England vs. Algeria: Teams play to scoreless tie [Updated]

     
    Algeria held England to a 0-0 draw Friday and left one of the World Cup favorites on the brink of elimination with one game to go in the first round. With a sullen Wayne Rooney scoreless for a seventh straight......
  • World Cup: Netherlands vs. Japan: Wesley Sneijder's goal puts Dutch close to final 16

     
    First it was England's Robert Green. Then it was Algeria's Faouzi Chaouchi. On Saturday, it was the turn of Japan's Eiji Kawashima to make the goalkeeping blunder that cost his team precious World Cup points. Ten minutes into the second......
  • World Cup predictions: What I got right

     
    Actually, this really should be entitled – What I got wrong – because I had a lot more of those. Three out of four might not be bad I could conceivably still have three semi-finalists guessed right if Argentina, Brazil and Spain all progress...
  • Phoebus wins weather-shortened PD wrestling title

    Meet host Phoebus won the weather-shortened Peninsula District wrestling tournament Friday. The Phantoms totaled 215 points, followed by Menchville at 185 1/2, Hampton at 179 1/2 and Warwick at 140 in the top four. Gloucester (127), Denbigh (124 1/2),...
  • Tribe renders Weber run useless

    — Weber State moved the ball relatively well in the first half against William and Mary, but had nothing to show for it. The Wildcats totaled 141 yards and had the ball for 18:25 of the first half, as quarterback Cameron Higgins passed for all of...
  • Leach, Washer get it done

    Rick Leach and Greg Washer had the golden touch Sunday. Competing at the United States Tennis Assn. Men's 45 Hardcourts at Westlake Tennis and Swim Club, Leach captured the singles title and teamed with Washer to win the doubles title. By winning a...
  • Man Dies In Motorcycle Accident

    State police say a 58-year-old LaPlace man died when his motorcycle struck an SUV. The accident happened Thursday on La. Highway 628. Troopers say David A. Dill III apparently lost control of his motorcycle, crossed the center line and collided with...
  • Memorial service for Paul Green's son, Robert

    Memorial service for Paul Green's son, Robert
    A standing-room-only crowd paid tribute to a beloved music director. Robert Green, son of WGN Radio political analyst Paul Green, passed away on December 12 from brain cancer. Current and former students, colleagues, friends, family and others gathered on...