Brighton girls rally for road win

first_imgBrighton girls rally for road win added by Paul Gotham on September 12, 2019View all posts by Paul Gotham →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentAmazingWomanMagTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldAmazingWomanMagUndoBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdUndoAirPhysioThis All-Natural “Lung Cleaning” Device Helps Anyone Breathe EasierAirPhysioUndoby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersUndoTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ SplintersUndo”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ SplintersUndo Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Brighton girls rally for road win Brighton plays at Wayne on Saturday. A 4 PM start is scheduled.Athena travels to play at Pittsford Sutherland on Monday. A 7 PM kickoff is scheduled. Add to Google+ Cregan connected on the game winner 13 minutes later.“We have a saying waves,” Cregan explained. “If we do something wrong, we just wave it goodbye. We just knew that we could beat this team and we got this. We went out there and did it for each other.”The freshman forward curled a corner kick from the left flag inside the near post for the game winner. Brighton’s Maggie Cregan (center)works between Greece Athena defenders Angelina Soeffing (23) and Sophia Ragonese (4). Photo: PAUL GOTHAMBy PAUL GOTHAMROCHESTER, N.Y. — Rita Kladstrup is good for her word.So when the Brighton girls’ soccer coach addressed her team at halftime on Thursday, the Barons knew what to expect.And the players didn’t like the possibilities.Juliette Frischmann and Maggie Cregan netted second-half goals, and Brighton came from behind to beat Greece Athena, 2-1.“We’ve been working on our mental toughness,” Kladstrup said referencing Brighton’s first game of the season when they took an early only to need overtime to pull out a victory. “We said after we score a goal we have to work on how do we be mentally prepared to relax, take a breath. I feel like today we showed we are getting there.”Trailing 1-0 at halftime, Frischmann took a Sutsadah Khounpachamsy pass in stride along the left wing, went in one-on-one and beat the Athena goalkeeper to level the match with 17:12 remaining. Share on Facebook “I saw that there was a little opening in the first,” Cregan said of a corner kick she took earlier in the match. “I wanted to try it on the second corner. I knew if it didn’t go in then Shannon (Samsonik) or Amelia (Adiutori) or Juliette would have been there, so I just tried it.”“She’s a player who can really score from the corner,” Kladstrup said. “She’s done it often. She’s crafty and creative.”Brighton improved to 3-2 on the season and snapped a mini two-game skid.“It was just lighting a fire for them to make them believe,” Kladstrup said. “They just need confidence.”Lighting a fire?“Coach K said if we lost, we were doing sprints,” Cregan commented with a wide smile. “Her sprints are terrible. I hate them, so we were not going to lose.”“I think it was the sprints they were going to do all day tomorrow,” Kladstrup said laughing. “Maybe that resonated with them.“I have to stick to my word. At halftime, I said ‘I can scream at you all day, but I think the only thing that’s going to do this is if you guys know you’re going to be running.’ I haven’t done that in like seven years.”Brighton’s Leilhana Abusbaih made seven saves including a point-blank attempt in the opening moments of the second half.Sophomore Ashley Accorso scored her first varsity goal to give Athena a 1-nil advantage in the match’s 33rd minute. Jade Talone assisted on the play. Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post Follow on Facebook By Paul Gotham on September 12, 2019No Comment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.last_img read more

A call to arms

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Farmington’s Daniel Summerhays’ earns some crystal during final round at the Masters

first_img For Daniel Summerhays, having family on hand all week has been no distraction Sergio Garcia wins 1st major title at the Masters Related I honestly believe this is not my only Masters. I feel when my game is on and sharp, I could really compete here. – Daniel SummerhaysAUGUSTA, Ga. — Although his golf game wasn’t exactly what he was hoping it would be, Daniel Summerhays still had a wonderful experience at his first Masters and vows to be back again.The 33-year-old native of Farmington, who played at Davis High School and BYU, who won two State Amateurs as a teenager, finished in a tie for 46th place after his best round of the week, a 1-over-par 73 Sunday at Augusta National.As disappointed as he was with his overall game, the week-long experience motivated Summerhays to do it all again in the near future.“I’m hungry to get back here,” he said. “I honestly believe this is not my only Masters. I feel when my game is on and sharp, I could really compete here.”Summerhays was happy he was able to share the Masters experience with a couple of dozen family members, including his wife and four children, his parents and his six siblings. He was able to sneak in five holes in the Par-3 Tournament, which was only held for an hour due to inclement weather. He had the privilege of being the first of the 94 players to tee off on Thursday morning, just after he witnessed an emotional opening ceremony honoring the late Arnold Palmer with legends Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player hitting ceremonial first drives off the No. 1 tee.While his game wasn’t up to par, so to speak, as he never broke par in four rounds, he had several highlights that he’ll always remember, such as a near-ace at the famed par-3 No. 12 hole on Thursday and an eagle at another iconic hole, the par-5 No. 13 hole, on Sunday afternoon.The latter shot came after a nice drive with his 3-wood, which left him 241 yards from the hole, which was in the lower front side of the green. He rolled in his 15-footer, which not only put him under par for the day, but also earned him pieces of crystal, which go to any player who makes an eagle at the Masters.“One of my good putts of the day,” Summerhays said. “I’ve been wanting to get an eagle. They give you those little crystal cups, and I’ve been talking to my brothers about it the last few nights. Hopefully I’ll have a shipment in the mail sometime in here in the future.”The eagle at 13 put Summerhays 1-under par for the day and within reach of his goal of breaking par for the round. He made a nice par at 14, chipping within two feet from about 80 feet and missed a 10-foot birdie putt at 15.However, he 3-putted each of the next two holes for bogeys, missing second putts from six and four feet, respectively, before finishing with nice par at 18.“My putting was atrocious,” said Summerhays, whose putting is one of the strengths of his game. “I drove it good a couple of days. I hit some nice iron shots, and some terrible iron shots. But I made too many mistakes, I wasn’t in great position off the tee and put myself in impossible places on the green.”Summerhays took off with his family Sunday night for his next stop, Hilton Head, South Carolina, for the RBC Heritage Classic. He’ll play two weeks after that before coming back to Utah for a week in early May. Then he has several tournaments, including the Players Championship in May and the U.S. Open in June.“I’m encouraged to keep making some progress, so I’m looking forward to Hilton Head next week,” he said. “I’m just waiting for my game to really get in shape. I know in these major championships I have the patient personality to get in contention and fight. I had no double bogeys this week. I just didn’t give myself enough birdie looks. It’s going to be a fun summer and I have a ton of golf left.”After his experience at the Masters, Summerhays is also expecting an encore performance in the near future.“I really believe this won’t be my last time here and I’m looking forward to my next chance,” he said. Good for Sergio finally winning his first major at the Masterslast_img read more