The Harrison Wildcats defeated The East Central Trojans 21-17 in The I-74 Border War.EC vs Harrison Football (8-29)After a scoreless first quarter, both teams scored touchdowns in the second quarter to make the score 7-7 at halftime.Harrison scored a touchdown on their first drive in the third quarter to take a 14-7 lead. EC added a field goal to make it 14-10 after three quarters.The Trojans took their first lead in the game, 17-14, with a touchdown in the fourth quarter. However, The Wildcats followed up with the game winning touchdown to take the lead at 21-17. EC had a chance to win the game driving to Harrison’s 6 yard line, but fell short.The Trojans fall to 0-2 on the season while The Wildcats start their season with a win.EC will be on the road again next Friday night and in Ohio to battle The LaSalle Lancers. Kickoff will be at 7:30.Listen to the game on www.wrbiradio.com.Courtesy of EC Trojans statistician Stweart Durham.
Press Association He does, though, wish things had ended on a generally better note. Speaking to Fox Sports, he said: “I was a bit disappointed how I left. That was the main problem I’ve had with the situation – how I’ve left it with Liverpool. “I’m good with everyone at the football club, the manager, the players and I wish them well for the new season. “But it was really disappointing how it did finish off.” Sterling is now in Australia with City on their pre-season tour and says as soon as he knew the Blues wanted him, he wanted them. “From the first moment I heard City were interested in me [I wanted to join], purely because of the direction the football club is going in,” he added. “I’ve met all my team-mates now and it’s been a really good few days, they’ve made me feel welcome and I’m really happy to be here. I think I made the right decision.” Raheem Sterling has admitted regret at the way he left Liverpool for Manchester City earlier this week. A messy saga ended with the England international completing a £49million switch to the Etihad on Monday. Relations between Sterling and Liverpool appeared strained after a public contract stand-off and his missing of training through illness, but he claims he left on good terms with those at the club.
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With their tight choreography — sometimes using props such as fans — the cheerleaders were lavished with attention as they sang and danced in the stands.In 2005, former North Korean cheerleader Cho Myung-Ae — whose good looks had gained her a huge following in the South — appeared in a television commercial for a Samsung mobile phone with South Korean pop star Lee Hyo-Ri.The supporters have always proven to be a major ticket draw, and their attendance is good news for the Pyeongchang Games organisers.“It will help with ticket sales,” said Pyeongchang Organising Committee spokesman Sung Baik-You. “It will fulfil our desires for a peace Olympics.”When North Korean teams have played in the South without accompanying supporters, pro-unification South Koreans have turned out to support them, such as at a women’s ice hockey match last year in Gangneung, an Olympic venue.“A joint cheering squad would be phenomenal,” said Lee Sun-Kyung, who organized the group.‘Tearful efforts’But the Northerners’ presence also has potential to create some diplomatic headaches.There are concerns that South Koreans may not be as welcoming as in the past, given their opposition to North Korea’s nuclear program and its increasingly belligerent behavior.And displaying the North Korean flag and playing its anthem are illegal in the South, where they are regarded as symbols of sedition under Seoul’s national security laws, hence the use of the unification flag at past inter-Korean matches.When a North Korean flag was draped over a railing at a North-South football game during the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon it was removed by officials. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals This picture taken in 2005 shows a woman (right) believed to be North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s current wife Ri Sol-Ju among a group who attended the 2005 Asian Athletics Championships in Incheon. With their good looks and sharp moves, North Korea’s female cheerleaders are a marked contrast to the regime’s menacing nuclear ambitions. Dubbed the “army of beauties” in South Korea, the young North Korean women — mostly in their late teens or early 20s — have attracted huge publicity whenever they have been sent to the South. AFPSEOUL, South Korea — With their good looks and sharp moves, North Korea’s female cheerleaders are a marked contrast to the regime’s menacing nuclear ambitions.Dubbed the “army of beauties” in South Korea, the young North Korean women — mostly in their late teens or early 20s — have attracted huge publicity whenever they have been sent to the South.ADVERTISEMENT North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s future wife Ri Sol-Ju was among the group who attended the 2005 Asian Athletics Championships in Incheon.The cheerleaders are set for their fourth appearance in the South after Pyongyang agreed this week to send a delegation to next month’s Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, just 80 kilometers (50 miles) south of the Demilitarized Zone that splits the peninsula in two.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkNorth and South have been totally separated since the end of the Korean War in 1953, with no direct telephone or postal links between them.Any North Korean delegations to its neighbor are carefully chosen by Pyongyang, and their movements are tightly controlled in the South. 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