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Posts Tagged ‘Norfolk Virginia.’

United Football League suspends operation until spring

 

(courtesy of UFL)

The UFL is struggling and has postponed the second half of its season until the spring.

The United Football League teams are in Omaha, Nebraska; Sacramento, California; Las Vegas, Nevada and Norfolk, Virginia.

The league plans on returning to a fall schedule in 2013.

As of this past week, coaches and players have not been paid. Players earn $3,500 a game.

The UFL said that its priority is to pay coaches, players and support staff. The league did not have enough money to cover workmen’s compensation insurance and other bills.

League founder and chairman William Hambrecht said that each team has played four of the eight regularly-scheduled games. The remaining games and the championship game will be played in the spring.

The league was founded in 2007 and its inaugural season was 2009.

 

Info compiled from the United Football League

Clippers lose in 13 at Norfolk, 2-1

(courtesy of Norfolk Tides via wikipedia commons)

The Norfolk Tides beat the Columbus Clippers in 13 innings Saturday night, 2-1 in Norfolk, Virginia.

Josh Bell blooped a one-out single to score Whitehall, Ohio native Matt Angle with the winning run.

The loss ends the Clippers’ winning streak at seven.

Justin Germano (0-1), Columbus’ fourth pitcher of the game took the loss, working 1.1 innings.

Albert Castillo (2-4) got the win for Norfolk, pitching three innings.

 

Info courtesy of Columbus Clippers

Flyers fall to Old Dominion 74-71

Columbus native Chris Johnson (courtesy of Dayton athletics)

Chris Johnson scored 24 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Dayton Flyers were held off by the Old Dominion Monarchs 74-71 last weekend in Norfolk, Virginia.

Dayton tried to tie the game by hurrying up the floor and Josh Parker’s long three-pointer that may-or-may-not have counted at the buzzer wedged between the rim and the backboard.

The Monarchs pulled out the close win with obvious advantages in two key areas. ODU out-rebounded the Flyers 44 to 33 with 17 offensive rebounds. They also dominated the bench scoring 36-10.

Dayton falls to 7-3, while the Monarchs, the Colonial Athletic Association pre-season favorite, improved to 8-2.

Info courtesy of Dayton athletics