Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments With Syracuse and then-No. 16 Boston College tied at 73 on Jan. 21, 1984, BC’s Martin Clark had a chance to put the Eagles ahead at the foul line with four seconds left. Clark missed his one shot, Syracuse’s Sean Kerins corralled the rebound and his outlet pass went to Dwayne “Pearl” Washington.Washington took three dribbles and heaved a prayer just past the mid-court line in his 11th game of his freshman season. It fell, the Carrier Dome erupted into a frenzy and Washington darted straight into the tunnel while on-court chaos ensued.It was the first standout moment in the career of one of the best players in Syracuse history. On Wednesday morning, Washington died at the age of 52 after a battle with brain cancer.Here’s the memorable shot that kicked off a memorable career.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on April 20, 2016 at 5:33 pm Contact Matt: firstname.lastname@example.org | @matt_schneidman
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Two teenage players from England Golf squads led the amateur challenge at the latest event on the WPGA One Day Series when they tied for second place. Cloe Frankish (image © Leaderboard Photography), 15, from Chart Hills in Kent, and Aimee Wilson, 18, from Mickleover in Derbyshire, both scored two-under 72 at Little Aston. They were in a three-way tie for second place and finished two shots behind the winner, Jo Hodge of Hamptworth in Wiltshire. A third squad player, Megan Clarke of Cleckheaton & District in Yorkshire, also finished in the top six with a score of one-over par. The WPGA has opened up entry to its popular One Day Series to U16 and U18 girls from England Golf’s regional squads to give them the chance to develop their skills in a tournament arena. This was the second event in the series and both have showcased the skills of the emerging amateurs, after Bel Wardle of Cheshire was joint runner-up in the first tournament. Rebecca Wood, the England Golf Women’s Performance Manager, said: “This was another fantastic outcome for the England Golf programme. I cannot highlight enough what a great experience this is for the players to add to their development journeys and I hope more players sign up for the remaining events.” Aimee Wilson, who trains with the West Midlands U18 squad and is the Derbyshire champion, was playing in her first pro event and confessed to shaking beforehand! But her father – and caddy – Mark, said: “She played absolutely fantastic, I was really proud of her, and she really enjoyed the experience. She was very happy.” She had four birdies in her round and came home in one-under par, with immaculate play which resulted in a birdie on the 10th and eight straight pars to finish with. Cloe Frankish, who trains with the South East U16 squad, was playing in her second One Day event and her mum, Claire, commented: “She really enjoyed it and it’s given her such a big confidence boost.” She was giving a new putter its first outing during the competition and was rewarded with an excellent performance on the greens, including holing at least one 30-footer. Altogether she amassed five birdies in her round. Click here for the full scores 21 May 2014 Teenage pair shine at WPGA event
Beaver Valley opened the scoring in the first period when Bradley Ross beat Quinn Yeager in the Nelson nets 14 minutes into the frame.The visitors doubled the lead in the second when Aidan Browell scored less than two minutes into the period.Beaver Valley maintained its lead until Logan Wullum gave Nelson some life with a shorthanded tally early in the third period.Nelson pressed for the equalizer, out shooting Beaver Valley 8-6 in the period but was unable to score on 6’3” netminder Owen Sikkes in the Hawks net.Beaver Valley out shot Nelson 24-20 in the contest.Both teams return to the ice Saturday.Beaver Valley hosts Golden Rockets while Spokane Braves pay a visit to the NDCC Arena to face the Leafs.In other Murdoch action, Fernie travels to Castlegar and Kimberley is in Grand Forks to face the Bruins. It appears there’s not a lot to choose from between the Nelson Leafs and the Beaver Valley Nitehawks.The two Murdoch rivals played another tight contest Friday night in the Heritage City, this time Beaver Valley coming out on top with a 2-1 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory at the NDCC Arena.The two clubs opened the season with the Leafs escaping with a 1-0 win — both games were played in Nelson.The victory moves the Hawks to within two points of the Murdoch Division-leading Leafs, which saw an end to a four-game winning streak.Nelson, dropping its second game of the season, is currently tied for top spot with the Grand Fork Border Bruins.The Bruins scored three times in the third period to outlast Golden 7-4.
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