The St Louis Cardinals 7th grade basketball team hosted the Benjamin Rush 7th grade team last night and came away with another win by the score of 37 – 10.The Cardinals played well defensively with Ben Schebler controlling the boards and Tyler Kuntz applying some aggressive perimeter defense. The St Louis defense were able to hold their opponents to just 2 points in the 2nd half. On offense the Cardinals were led by Jack Abplanalp with 5, Riley Schebler 6, Kurt Siefert 2, Andrew Oesterling 10, Karson Macke 4, and Lleyton Ratcliff 10.The next game for the Cardinals is Monday November 30th at 6:00 against the South Dearborn Knights.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jim Oesterling.The St. Louis Cardinals 8th grade boys basketball team picked up a win Monday night defeating the visiting Benjamin Rush Cubs 35 to 30.A late fourth quarter scoring spurt and a brilliant reverse lay up by Zach Harmeyer secured the win. Johnathan Deal’s outstanding play on both ends of the floor was another contributing factor in the victory. Both players finshed with 4 points each.Charlie Dice led all scorers with 10 points. Adam Cox had 8. Evan Vogelsang and Eli Tuveson added 6 and 3 respectively.St. Louis improved their record to 6-2 on the year. South Dearborn visits next Monday.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Mike Burkhart.The St. Louis 5th grade boys basketball team played St. Lawrence this evening and won their 3rd game of the season. The Cardinals outscored the Panthers 28-15.It was a very competitive game as the Cardinals trailed by a bucket after the first quarter. St. Louis went on a 22-1 run in quarters two and three to secure the win. The team was led in scoring by Alec Bunselmeier (10), Noah Tuveson (8), Benjamin Harmeyer (4), Luke Meyer (2), Cy Muckerheide (2) and Nate Reder (2). Aidan Geers, Frank Forbeck and Jack Hollins contributed defensively and on the boards.The next game will be this Tuesday, November 24 at home at 6pm. Please come out to the game and cheer the Cardinals on.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach John Harmeyer.The St. Louis 6th grade boys basketball team travelled to St. Lawrencethis evening and battled their way to a 1 point victory over a very goodand balanced team 36-35.The tight confines combined with an exuberant and abundant hometown crowdprovided one of the toughest atmospheres the Cardinals have had to face intheir young careers.Thomas Raver had a good night on both sides of the court and was the team’sleading scorer followed by Abe Streator. It was a complete team effortthough with 5 players needed in the scoring column to seal the win. St.Lawrence was able to hit the final shot at the buzzer but the score was36-35 in favor of the Cardinals.‘Not much went well for the team this evening. We were in foul troubleearly, missed shots, had too many turnovers and missed free throws. But,the poise, perseverance and heart the boys utilized that won’t show up inthe statistics column were exactly the characteristics needed to bring homethe win.’ Cardinals Coach Jim Mohr.
Van Persie, who is tied to United for another season, was spotted in Rome this week, leading to speculation that the 31-year-old could join Lazio. “On Van Persie, all I can say is that I respect him as a striker but unfortunately, he is outside our parameters,” Tare told Lazio Style Radio. “There has never been a meeting, this is gossip, not transfer news. Press Association Lazio sporting director Igli Tare has ruled out a move for Robin van Persie, claiming the Manchester United forward is “unfortunately, outside our parameters”. “We don’t want to create illusions, this is not true.” Van Persie moved to Old Trafford from Arsenal in the summer of 2012 and scored 26 goals and set up eight more in 38 Premier League appearances in his first season with the team. The Holland captain has struggled to show the same form the past two years, scoring 12 league goals in the 2013-14 campaign and just 10 this season. Van Persie claimed last week while on international duty with Holland that he needed to evaluate his future. Lazio, coached by Stefano Pioli, finished third in Serie A to assure themselves of a spot in next season’s Champions League qualifying round.
The Foxes have regained the top-spot in the table after goals from Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez helped them to a 2-1 win over the defending champions that leaves Chelsea just a point above the drop zone.The Blues are now 20 points behind the league leaders after 16 games of their title defence.
A hire car driver, who was refused entry into his home because he was drunk, allegedly ended his life with a rope.On Thursday morning, the lifeless body of Mahendra Sewnarine was found hanging by the neck from a rope suspended from a support beam under the house.Mahendra SewnarineThe 25-year-old taxi driver on Number 79 Corriverton, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) got home at 00:01h on Thursday morning, reportedly intoxicated. That is according to his common-law wife Nandanie Kokil. The discovery was made at 06:00h by a neighbour who had gone to the shop situated on the same premises. “I look and I see the hammock not there and when I look over there, I see he hanging and I run out of the yard…” the neighbour related.Kokil said it was not the first time her husband came home in that state. She told this publication that, on some occasions, he would remain in the hammock and sleep and other times when he is allowed into the house, he would get something to eat and then go to bed. “Because of how he does behave sometimes, I don’t open the door and he would sleep in the hammock,” she said.According to the 23-year-old widow, on several occasions, Sewnarine threaded to take his own life. “When he sober up the next day, I would tell him to stop drinking… Sometimes when he drunk he would say that he gon kill himself, but when we talking the next day, I would tell him to stop drinking, if he know rum will bring problem,” the grieving woman said.Relatives of Sewnarine who reside at Number 69 Village – where he lived previously – have related that on many occasions after working, the now dead man would be seen drinking and when he goes home, he preferred to stay outside in a hammock.Kokil said her husband left home at about 17:00h on Wednesday to wash his car and returned seven hours later intoxicated.He leaves to mourn his wife, mother, father and sister. His brother died two years ago after ingesting a poisonous substance.
This week we over:1.True ParentsTrue Parents Invite Asia Top Gun to Cheon Jeong Gung2. SpecialAfrica Summit 2018 Victory Reports3. World NewsHeavenly Tribal Messiah Activities (DR Congo: The Igilima-Itulamya Family Complete Its Heavenly Tribal Messiah Mission / A Heavenly Tribal Messiah Blessing for Christian Pastors / Benin: Celebrating 7 Heavenly Tribal Messiah Victors / Germany, Benin, Canada: Heavenly Tribal Messiah Blessing)Peace Activities (Thailand: Asia Leadership Conference / Preparation Committee for the Unification of North and South Korea: Gathering for the New Year)Youth Activities (Pakistan: YSP Inauguration / Korea: 2018 National Seonghwa (Middle School and High School Students) Assembly / Peru, Brazil: HJ National CARP Convention)Major Events (Family Federation for a Heavenly Korea: Cheongpyeong Workshop for Korean Church Leaders / Japan: Celebrating the Japanese Release of “Prediction” / Thailand: Parents Matching Convocation) Prepared by PeaceTVClick on your preferred language (below) to watch this week’s report:English Spanish Portuguese French Russian Korean Japanese