first_imgStay tuned to L4LM from more coverage at Dominican Holidaze! You can see the band’s setlist from last night’s sunset show, below.Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | Dominican Holidaze | Punta Cana, DR | 12/3/16Set: Papercut-> Lunar Pursuit-> Jigsaw Earth, Little Shimmy in a Conga Line-> Gamma Goblins [with Shpongle (Simon Posford)]-> Little Shimmy in a Conga LinePhotos: Dave Vann Last night, the Disco Biscuits took the stage on a beautiful beach in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic for their second of three performances at Dominican Holidaze. With the sunset performance set to be followed by Simon Posford‘s Shpongle DJ set, Posford took the opportunity to jump into the fray early, sitting in for a rendition of “Gamma Goblins”, marking the 7th time the Biscuits have covered the 1998 Posford original (from back when he went by Hallucinogen).You can watch a clip of the sit-in below:last_img read more


first_imgI read an interesting article in the Lawrenceburg Register about the Lawrenceburg Tigers and the North Decatur Chargers sharing practice time for the upcoming football season.  By following the rules set down by the IHSAA, if you call your practices a football “camp”, you can invite other teams to these practices.  The Tigers and the Chargers practiced 3 times a day.  This gave both schools’ athletes a change to practice their skills against another squad instead of beating up on their own team members.There are professional football camps, but these are quite expensive.  Ryan Knigga and Steve Stirn, the coaches of the Tigers and Chargers, talked to each other about doing this at a coaching conference held earlier in the year.  It just made sense that working together they could accomplish some of the same goals.  By sharing expenses, it cost very little for each school to participate.The camp was held on Tuesday – Friday.  South Dearborn and Oldenburg Academy participated one of those days.  They took part in some 7 on 7 and 11 on 11 drills.  Just like basketball, the football programs now can simulate games during the off season.last_img read more


first_imgChristian Brothers Academy went to Chittenango last Monday and, in the fourth inning, broke out of a 3-3 tie with a pair of runs, adding nine more runs in the next two innings to pull away and beat the Bears 14-3.Juila DelPino and Victoria Hall led the charge, each of them going three-for-four as DelPino got four RBIs and Hall three RBIs. Makenzie Witz had two hits as she and Julia Griffith each drove in two runs. Abby Benware scored three times as she and Emily Hall each had one RBI.In Thursday’s game at Phoenix, CBA again won big, blasting the Firebirds 15-0 in a five-inning mercy-rule game where a seven-run first inning helped set the tone.Accumulating 16 hits, the Brothers saw Emily Hall hit a home run as she got three hits, as did Benware and Kaitlyn Bushnell. DelPino and Maya Geiss joined Bushnell, Emily Hall and Victoria Hall in getting two RBIs apiece as Witz also drove in a run.Bishop Grimes started last week with a 19-2 defeat to Tully, and then lost 16-0 to Tully a couple of days later, only putting up runs on Thursday during a 12-6 defeat to LaFayette.Against the Lancers, the Cobras led 5-3 through three innings, only to surrender three runs to LaFayette in the fourth, fifth and seventh innings. Sarah Falgiatano still had two hits and two RBIs, while Becca Vinciquerra and Brianna Bowles both scored twice.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story When wet field conditions persisted into early last week, the Fayetteville-Manlius softball team did a bit of improvisation.The Hornets’ home game against powerhouse Cicero-North Syracuse last Monday was moved over to F-M’s Turf Stadium, which was turned into a diamond with bases, temporary fences and special ground rules.Regardless of where the game was held, though, the Hornets would struggle to contain the Northstars, who only needed five innings to finish off a 16-0 victory, peaking when it netted eight runs in the top of the second inning. F-M only got one hit off C-NS pitcher Ariana Corasaniti, when Paige Murphy singled. For the Northstars, Brandi Feeney’s pair of triples led to three RBIs, with Alayna Harbaugh also driving in three runs as Brooke Nicolaos recorded four RBIs.Weather interrupted F-M’s schedule until Saturday, when it tried for a regular-season sweep of Liverpool, only to see its defense make 11 errors in a 15-8 defeat to the Warriors.Still finishing with 10 hits, the Hornets saw Lily Fish hit a home run, one of her three hits on the day. Gracie Bishop drove in two runs, with Sophie Woodridge adding an RBI and Maya McKenzie scoring twice. Sophia D’Arcangelis (four-for-four, three runs scored) and Helen Hash (three hits, four runs scored) led Liverpool.center_img Tags: CBAF-MSoftballlast_img read more