Underclassmen contribute in Syracuse’s rout of Providence

first_img Published on March 20, 2013 at 1:40 am Contact Trevor: [email protected] | @TrevorHass PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Brenny Daly fired shot after shot at Dominic Lamolinara before the game, getting his goalkeeper ready for his first start of the season while the starters watched from the sideline.Lamolinara gobbled up most of Daly’s shots, but a few found the back of the net. Little did the redshirt freshman know, that wasn’t the only time one of his shots would go in Tuesday night. Daly, who scored his first career goal, was one of 41 players to see action in No. 4 Syracuse’s (5-1, 2-0 Big East) 18-9 shellacking of Providence (5-2, 0-2) at Lennon Family Field. Reserve Kyle Henry also chipped in for the Orange, tallying two goals.“It’s always good to see Brenny do something,” Lamolinara said. “Brenny warms me up and we have a great relationship, so seeing him get his first goal was great.”The lopsided nature of the game allowed players who otherwise wouldn’t get a chance to play to get their names on the final stat sheet. Jay McDermott saw time on defense, Cal Paduda took three faceoffs and Ben Romagnoli closed the game in goal, among other players for SU.All but 10 of Syracuse’s healthy players got playing time Tuesday. As the lead ballooned, more and more reserves entered the game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut Daly and Henry didn’t just play in the game, they contributed to the Orange’s highest goal total this season.Daly’s goal came from straight on, well outside of the crease with just less than five minutes to go in the third quarter. Syracuse was already up 13-3 at that point, and the rout was in full effect.“We were all joking about that on the sideline, that it was like 17 (yards out),” midfielder Henry Schoonmaker said, “but he let it go and it went in. Nothing to complain about.”Henry, meanwhile, scored two goals in the fourth quarter, one off of a pretty pass from Derek Maltz and the other from the doorstep.Schoonmaker said Daly, Henry and company made the most of their time on the field for the Orange. The fact that Syracuse’s third- and fourth-string players kept pace with Providence’s first- and second-stringers showcased the depth SU hopes will help continue its climb up the rankings.“That’s something the whole team gets pretty excited for,” Schoonmaker said. “It’s great seeing Brenny come in there and getting his first goal and Kyle getting a two-goal game right off the bat.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Leicester extend five-point lead at top of the table

first_imgAn overhead finish from Japanese international Shinji Okazaki was enough for the Foxes to claim a nervy 1-0 win over Newcastle United at the King Power Stadium.Later tonight, there’s another two Champions League quarter-final spots down for decision.Man City will be expected to secure their progress as they resume with a 3-1 first-leg lead and home advantage tonight over Dynamo Kiev at Eastlands. Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid and PSV Eindhoven are still deadlocked on nil-all as they resume their last-16 tie in the Spanish capital.last_img read more

Between the Sheets opens this weekend

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Stage North Theatre Society presents their performance of Between the Sheets at the North Peace Cultural Centre.Between the Sheets is a story of a mother with a special needs son, who goes into an un-scheduled parent-teacher interview with her son’s teacher that she suspects is having more of a relationship with her husband then she would like.This play that is written by Jori Mand and directed by Rob Laventure is a drama and is performed in real-time and just one-act. The subject matter is based on adult content and suggested a 16+ audience.- Advertisement -Lead Actresses Emry and Stevi say the characters they are playing are very real women and the most realistic women they have ever played.The show runs May 2nd, 3rd and 4th at the North Peace Cultural Centre and tickets can be purchased at npcc.bc.ca. Tickets are $25 per Adult and $20 per Student/Senior.There will be a special Question and Answer period offered after curtain call with the audience.Advertisementlast_img read more