He finished the game with 10 points and five rebounds. Related News Texas A&M coach ‘perplexed’ Boston College canceled game because rain delayed travel Johnson nailed a half-court shot in the last second to send the game into overtime. Seton Hall escaped with a one-point win over No. 9 Kentucky on Saturday, but there was a crazy series of events that led to the 84-83 overtime victory. First, Myles Powell hit a 3-pointer to give Seton Hall a 70-67 lead with less than 10 seconds left in the game. Then, Kentucky’s Keldon Johnson responded in a big way. Y’ALL THOUGHT IT WAS OVER?@KentuckyMBB’s KELDON JOHNSON SENDS US TO OT! pic.twitter.com/34875UTeIs— FOX Sports (@FOXSports) December 8, 2018Kentucky went on to lose on a three made by Seton Hall with less than 10 seconds left in overtime, but the Wildcats didn’t go down without a fight.
Barcelona, Spain | AFP | Lionel Messi is expected to be out for three weeks after fracturing his right arm during Barcelona’s win over Sevilla on Saturday.Messi will now miss Barca’s Champions League game at home to Inter Milan on Wednesday, as well as the season’s first Clasico four days later against Real Madrid.A Barcelona club statement read: “Tests carried out on Leo Messi have confirmed that he has a fracture of the radial bone in his right arm. He will be out for approximately three weeks.”It means Messi is also set to sit out a La Liga trip to Rayo Vallecano on November 3 and the Champions League return match against Inter Milan in Italy on November 6.He could return for the league game at home to Real Betis on November 11.“It is clear it is a blow,” Barca coach Ernesto Valverde said. “We know what he gives us and we know what he does to the opposition.“We have to prepare ourselves, it is clear we are going to notice the loss of Messi but we have players that can cover.” Messi scored before going off in the 26th minute of Barca’s 4-2 win over Sevilla at the Camp Nou, which sent them back to the top of La Liga.He fell to the ground following a tussle with Sevilla’s Franco Vazquez and, as his right hand tried to cushion the landing, his elbow appeared to buckle.Philippe Coutinho had opened the scoring and Luis Suarez’s penalty made sure of victory before a three-goal flurry in the final 11 minutes.Pablo Sarabia and Luis Muriel twice reduced the deficit to two for Sevilla, either side of a sweeping volley from Ivan Rakitic. [INJURY NEWS] Leo #Messi fractures arm in 4-2 over Sevilla. More details ? https://t.co/w3VkoQHzZM— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) October 21, 2018Share on: WhatsApp
LINCROFT – Doug O’Malley, interim executive director of Environment New Jersey, will discuss his organization’s recent report on New Jersey’s deteriorating water quality at 6:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 22, at Brookdale Community College’s Warner Student Life Center.The meeting is open to the public, the college’s students, and members of the N.J. Friends of Clearwater and the Jersey Shore (Monmouth) Group of the Sierra Club.O’Malley will explain how the state legislature’s actions have contributed to the pollution and what regulatory actions should be taken to reverse this deterioration. In particular, O’Malley will discuss Raritan River and Bay, the Navesink and Shrewsbury Rivers, and Barnegat Bay. Only one creek, originating in a northwestern state park, is pollution-free. All of the state’s other bodies of water are polluted.In the past few years, the state legislature has loosened a number of state Department of Environmental regulations on water quality and pollution controls. In opposition, environmentalists argue that, given the state’s pollution problems, controls should be stricter.The DEP’s commissioner, Bob Martin, has said he will include economic considerations in addition to environmental rules when assessing developers’ applications. Last month, Gov. Christie vetoed a bipartisan bill that would have blocked the transport and treatment of controversial gas “fracking” wastewater generated from both in-state and out-of-state gas exploration.O’Malley’s presentation is hosted by Brookdale Community College’s Environmental Club to encourage BCC students to be involved in statewide and national debates on the importance of strong environmental regulations.During the Lincroft meeting, a cash buffet begins at 6 p.m. and O’Malley’s presentation begins at 6:30 p.m.
Six in a row! Six in a row!Billy Gorn stopped 28 shots to backstop the Nelson Leafs to a 5-0 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League road victory over the Spokane Braves Friday night in the Lilac City.The win was the sixth consecutive win for the Green and White, setting up a showdown Saturday in the Bavarian City against KIJHL heavyweight, Kimberley Dynamiters.Colum Mcgualey, Andy Fitzpatrick, Logan Wullum and Aigne-McGeady-Bruce with a pair, scored for Nelson. The Leafs held period leads of 3-0 and 5-0 as the visitors peppered Blake Norman with 51 shots in the Braves net.Gorn, 20, continues to lead by example in the Nelson goal after being acquired before the recent BC Amateur Hockey roster deadline. The Edmonton native is undefeated as a member of the Nelson Leafs goaltending tandem that includes Devin Allen.Nelson moves into a third-place tie with Castlegar Rebels in Murdoch Division standings, and trails Grand Forks Border Bruins by a point for second.Castlegar lost 6-2 in Fruitvale Friday to Murdoch leading Beaver Valley Nitehawks in a penalty-filled contest.Jaxen Gemmell led the Hawks with three points, including two goals while Sam Swanson and Mitch Foyle each had two points.Ed Lindsay and Logan Styler scored for Castlegar.Meanwhile, Grand Forks Border Bruins lost 2-1 to the Creston Valley Thunder Cats in the East Kootenay City.