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Ohio Machine announces 2014 schedule, personnel and coaching moves

The Ohio Machine, Central Ohio’s professional Lacrosse team, has announced its 2014 schedule.

The Major League Lacrosse season will open the team with three straight road games in a 14-game schedule.

The season will start April 26 at Charlotte, North Carolina.

The opener at home will be May 17 against the New York Lizards.

The Machine also had some personnel moves and completed its coaching staff.

Assistant coach Bill Wolford will be returning for his third season with the Machine and Tom Mariano for his second with the team. Head Coach Bear Davis has added Dan Marzano to his staff.

In regards to the roster, the team traded for veteran midfielder Stephen Peyser  for midfielder John Austin and a second-round pick in the 2014 draft to New York.  Veteran Ray Megill announced his retirement.

In two years of existence, the Ohio Machine has posted back-to-back records of 2-12 for a total of 4-24 overall.

Reports say NASCAR Hall of Fame is losing money

NASCAR Hall of Fame (photo by Flame37fighter via wikipedia commons)

There are news reports that are saying that the NASCAR Hall of Fame lost $1.6 million in the fiscal year that ended two months ago in June.

However, the Charlotte, North Carolina tourism officials think that the Hall’s finances will improve in the future.

Hall of Fame attendance in its first year was 272,000.

In the second year, the gate fell off to just under 198,000.

In the fiscal year that just ended in June, the attendance was around 177,000.

Newspaper reports say that debt comes from construction loans and royalties to NASCAR. The operating loss of $900,000 was paid for by the Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority from reserves.

Stenhouse wins Nationwide race at Iowa Speedway


Ricky Stenhouse Jr (photo by John Harrelson of Getty Images courtesy of

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. led for 209 of 250 laps and came away as the winner of the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa.

The win was his third in a row on Iowa’s short oval track.

Elliott Sadler finishes second, Michael McDowell was third, rookie Austin Dillon was fourth followed by Kurt Busch in fifth.

The All-Star Sprint Cup Race in Charlotte, North Carolina kept all regulars out of the Nationwide race but Busch.

Stenhouse, picked up his third win of the season and stretches his points lead to 28 over Sadler.



Info compiled from NASCAR Nationwide Series news

After 67 PGA Tour starts, colorful Fowler finally a winner


Rickie Fowler in orange ( photo)

When 23-year-old Rickie Fowler came on the PGA Tour three years ago out of Oklahoma State, he was anointed as the next American golfing star. He had a lot of flashiness by wearing different color outfits especially all-orange on Sundays.

He came close to winning several times but to no avail.

66 golf tournaments had passed and no wins.

But 67 became the magic number for the former Cowboys golf star.

On Sunday, Fowler picked up the elusive PGA Tour win by defeating Rory McIlroy, another of those young golfing stars.

Fowler sank a clutch shot in a sudden-death playoff at Quail Hollow, to win the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina.

His clutch putt, from 4-feet to birdie the 18th hole to beat McIlroy and D.A. Points. He shot a 3-under-par 69.


Info compiled from PGA Tour, Radio & TV news

Edwards beats Kyle Busch in Nationwide race in Charlotte

Carl Edwards in a Road America race in June 2010 (photo by Royalbroil via wikipedia commons)

Sprint Cup points leader Carl Edwards raced in front of on a late restart and held off Kyle Busch on the final lap to win his eighth Nationwide race of 2011 on Friday night in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Busch finished second and Trevor Bayne finished third. Elliott Sadler finished fourth to earn the $100,000 bonus in the series Dash 4 Cash.

Earlier in the race, Edwards’ right side of his car was badly damaged and he fell to 27th but steadily moved up the pack to win the Dollar General 300 miles of Courage race.

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

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