Dan Laing (born in San Diego, California) raised in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Known as "The Dean" for formally being the dean of broadcasters in the Carolina League, former play-by-play voice of the Potomac Nationals is an update anchor on XM Sports Nation, XM 144. Laing can also be heard locally in the Washington, DC market on WTOP and as the radio play-by-play announcer for American University men's basketball. In addition to his current work, Laing called the action for 1999 and 2001 NCAA College World Series Champion Miami Hurricanes. Laing's updates on XM Radio can often be heard every 20 minutes
------2. Concord Weavers of sports
The Concord Weavers was the primary moniker of the minor league baseball franchise based in Concord, North Carolina from 19361952. Concord played as a member of the Independent Carolina League (19361938) and the Class D North Carolina State League (19391942 and 19451951). The franchise also played as the Concord Nationals (1949-1950) and Concord Sports (1951).
Concord was an affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies (1945) and Washington Senators (1949-1950).
Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Tommy Lasorda made his professional debut for the Concord Weavers in 1945.
The Concord Weavers moniker had been revived by Concord's current summer collegiate baseball team.
------3. Second Division of sports in toronto
Changes from 2017The Second Division decreased in size to six member as FC Ukraine United were promoted to the First Division, and Royal Toronto FC became inactive for the season. SC Waterloo B, London City were disbanded, and Milton SC returned to the Second Division. Another new entry was through Scarborough SC as they began operating a reserve team for the first time. Other changes included the renaming of Burlington SC to Halton United.
Positions by RoundTop Goal ScorersUpdated: September 26, 2018
Source:PlayoffsSemifinalsSecond Division Championship
------4. Fantasy Sports & Gaming Association of bets
The Fantasy Sports & Gaming Association (FSGA), formerly the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, is a Middleton, Wisconsin-based trade group representing the fantasy sports and gaming industries, listing more than 200 member companies on its web site as of January 2017. In 2019, the FSTA changed its name to the Fantasy Sports & Gaming Association with the change in U.S. law allowing states to enable sports betting.
Members range from small startups to large media corporations. Founded in 1998, the FSGA provides demographic data, annual conferences and collective action including lobbying to support the growth of fantasy sports and sports betting leagues.
------5. Girls' Sports Club
The Girls' Sports Club (GSC) was a women's sports club in Singapore. It was founded in 1929 by 12 young Eurasian women as the Goldburn Sports Club and renamed a year later. Among its founders was Zena Tessensohn (1909-1991), who was its secretary from 1932 to 1942, president for 44 years after World War II until early in 1991, and patron thereafter. At its 50th anniversary celebrations the club named Alice Pennefather (1903-1983) as "The Outstanding Playing Member of the GSC". The club closed in 1996.
The club played hockey, netball, tennis and latterly softball and football.
------6. Competition system of sports
As in the National League and First division, will play two tournaments, the Apertura and the Clausura champion and runner-up of the opening has average ticket won the First division and the champion and runner-up of the concluding wins the other half ticket, if they repeat the same teams in the Clausura, automatically amount, if not so face in each other, the champion against the runner-up, the winning team is and the losers get once more in a Repechage, faced between ifto get to the third classified in the First division
------7. Tournament of sports
The tournament to crown the inaugural champion was held on 6 December 2015. There was six semi final matches, in which the winners would be moved to the elimination final.
Doug Williams defeated Lord Gideon Grey.
Pastor William Eaver defeated Voodoo.
Jody Fleisch defeated James Castle.
Jonny Storm defeated Paul Tyrrell.
Danny Blaze defeated Richard Parliament.
Rhia O'Reilly vs Pollyanna was declared a no contest after The Congregation (Pastor William Eaver, James Castle and Isaac Zercher) attacked both competitorsFinal:
Danny Blaze defeated Doug Williams, Pastor William Eaver, Jody Fleisch and Jonny Storm.
------8. Rimyongsu Sports Club
Rimyngsu Sports Club (Korean:; MR:Rimyngsu Ch'eyuktan) is a North Korean football club, based in Sariwn. Despite never winning the DPR Korea League, Rimyngsu supplied four players to the 2005 FIFA U-17 World Championship and five players to the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup, more than any other North Korean club. Like the Amrokkang Sports Club, Rimyngsu is affiliated with the Ministry of People's Security. It was named after General Ri Myng-su.
Forward Kang Kuk-chol was one of the top scorers in the 2015 edition of the Poch'nbo Torch Prize.
------9. Estela Gimnez of wii sports
Estela Gimnez Cid (born 29 March 1979 in Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish former rhythmic gymnast who won a gold medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics in the group all-around event. The team was formed by Gimnez, Marta Bald, Nuria Cabanillas, Lorena Gurndez, Estbaliz Martnez and Tania Lamarca. She won the world championship twice in the three balls/two ribbons discipline.
She was featured on the cover of the Your Shape game for Wii. She was the host of Insert Coin on AXN Spain from 2008 to 2012.
------10. Sports sanctions of Yugoslavia
The Yugoslavia football team won qualifying Group 4 for the Euro 1992 finals in June but was disqualified under the UN sanctions; group 4 runner-up Denmark replaced Yugoslavia at the finals and won the tournament.
The resolution came just before the start of the 1992 Summer Olympics, and the International Olympic Committee reached a compromise with the UN whereby the Yugoslav Olympic Committee was not invited to the games but Yugoslav athletes were permitted to compete under the label Independent Olympic Participants, and likewise at the 1992 Summer Paralympics as Independent Paralympic Participants.
------11. Fall Sports of high school band
All schools within District 4-AA participate in the following fall sports: (* Indicates school made playoffs or advanced in competition beyond district)
Volleyball20112012 Final District Rankings (** won playoff for district position)
District Champion: Crane*
District Runner-Up: Kermit* **
Cross Country2011-2012 Final District Rankings
District Champion: Crane*
District Runner-Up: Tornillo*
District Runner Up: Kermit*
Basketball2011-12 Final District Rankings (** won playoff for district position)
District Champion: Kermit*
District Runner-Up: Tornillo*
District Champion: Kermit* **
District Runner-Up: Tornillo* **
------12. 2020 National League Division Series of Sports card
The 2020 National League Division Series will be two best-of-five series in Major League Baseball (MLB) to determine the teams that will participate in the 2020 National League Championship Series. These matchups are:
(1) Los Angeles Dodgers (West Division champions) vs. (4) San Diego Padres (West Division 2nd place)
(2) Atlanta Braves (East Division champions) vs. (6) Miami Marlins (East Division 2nd place)Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all games for each of the two series will be held at two neutral sites at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas and at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas. The games will be televised nationally by FS1.
------13. Rice University honors of sports illustrated magazine
In 2001, he received the Stancliff Award for academic achievement and outstanding track and field performance.
In 2004, he received the Emmett Brunson Award for excellence in track
In 2001-02 he was awarded annually to the member of the Rice University Men's Track and Field Team judged to be the "Most Versatile" winning performer while best exemplifying the winning team attitude and high moral character of Fred Wolcott both on and off the field
On October 25, 2013, he was inducted into the Rice University Athletic Hall of Fame. (Fred Wolcott Award)
------14. Binirayan Sports Complex
The Binirayan Sports Complex is a sports facility complex located in San Jose de Buenavista, Antique, Philippines.
The sports complex was carved out of La Granja Hill and was one of the projects of the local government under Antique governor, Evelio Javier. The venue has Western Visayas-wide major competitions
In March 2017, the laying of a new rubberized track was commenced with the help of local firm, DMCI. The works was projected to be finished in time for the 2017 Palarong Pambansa. The sports venue hosted the opening ceremony and select events of the national games as planned.
------15. Bill Healy of sports jacket
William Raymond Healy (March 28, 1924 September 22, 2010) was an All-American college football player for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. He graduated from Baylor School in 1942 and served in the 88th Cavalry reconnaissance squadron in the European Theater during World War II. He was awarded the Silver Star and the Bronze Star for gallantry in action. At Georgia Tech, he was a five-sport letterman.
He was a member of the Chattanooga Sports Hall of Fame, Georgia Tech Hall of Fame and the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. Healy was selected by the Associated Press for an all-time SEC team in 1950.
------16. Recruiting of sports illustrated magazine
Dumas was a highly touted recruit in his senior year of high school. He was 6 feet, 3inches tall, weighed 215 pounds, and had excellent speed. He received scholarship offers from Rutgers, Ole Miss, West Virginia, North Carolina State, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Minnesota, but he chose Syracuse University. He orally committed to Syracuse in August 1998, and signed a national letter of intent with Syracuse in February 1999. Dumas explained his choice of Syracuse, "I came to Syracuse because I'm a Jersey guy, and it's kind of close. I came up and visited the campus, liked what I saw, liked the coaching staff.
------17. Mitch Peacock of sports in toronto
Mitch Peacock is a Canadian sportscaster, currently serving as the radio play-by-play announcer and Director of Media for the Manitoba Moose of the American Hockey League.
Prior to joining the Moose organization, he was a news anchor with CBC Winnipeg and a sideline reporter on Hockey Night In Canada. Peacock also worked a variety of roles for CBC covering soccer events including the 2010 FIFA World Cup and Toronto FC matches. He has also served as the anchor for the Fox Soccer Report on both Fox Soccer Channel and Fox Sports World Canada.
------18. Formation of sports illustrated magazine
The agency was founded in New York City at 250 Park Avenue in November 1935 by Leon Daniel and Celia Kutschuk. It pre-dates the more famous Magnum (begun in 1947). Born in the Ukraine, Kutschuk had studied photojournalism at Rhine University, and both had worked as picture editors at the Associated Press office in Berlin, which was headed by American Louis Lochner from 1928 until 1941, when Germany and the United States declared war and Lochner was held and then deported as an enemy alien. Jewish employees were sacked, and many fled Europe.
------19. Biography of sports in toronto
Elliott was born on 22 February 1995. He contracted transverse myelitis. in 2018, he is studying Sports Studies degree at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
He took up wheelchair basketball at fourteen. Elliott was a member of the Spinners, the Australian under-23 wheelchair basketball team that won the bronze medal at the world championships in Toronto, Canada. In 2018, he was a member of the Rollers that won the bronze medal at 2018 Wheelchair Basketball World Championship in Hamburg, Germany.
He is a member of Queensland Spinning Bullets in the National Wheelchair Basketball League.
------20. Career timeline of sports
2014present SEC Network college football, basketball, and baseball play-by-play
2012-2014 ESPN College Football and College Basketball on ESPN play-by-play
2011-2014 Braves Live host, field reporter
2010-2012 Big Ten Network college football and basketball play-by-play
2003-2011 Comcast Sports Southeast studio anchor, play-by-play for college football, basketball, and Southern League baseball
2008-2010 Fox Sports Radio college football and basketball insider
2004-2010 College Sports Television/CBS College Sports Network college football and basketball play-by-play
2002-2006 Tennessee Smokies play-by-play, director of media relations (where he was twice named Southern League Broadcaster of the Year)
1999-2002 ISP Sports Network studio host
1999-2002 Winston-Salem Warthogs play-by-play
------21. Squad statistics of sports
Overall StatsPlayers Used: Eastern Salon have used a total of 21 different players in all competitions.
Squad StatsTop scorersLast update: 12 April 2014
Disciplinary recordLast updated: 12 April 2014Source: Competitive matchesOrdered by , and Number of bookings; Number of sending offs after a second yellow card; Number of sending offs by a direct red card.
Substitution RecordIncludes all competitive matches.
Last updated: 12 April 2014
Last updated: 12 April 2014Source: Competitive match reports.
Competitive matches only
Matches started as captain only
Country: FIFA nationality; No.: Squad number; P: Position; Name: Player name; No. Games: Number of games started as captain.
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