During the eleventh week of the National Football League (NFL), some major games occurred. The Carolina Panthers kept a perfect season alive by clutching a game against the Redskins 44-16. Quarterback Cam Newton recorded a personal record of five passing touchdowns, and luckily for the Panthers, an early pick six was nullified after a penalty on the play. The New York Giants and New Orleans Saints had a bye week, so there was no loss for either team. Quarterback Tony Romo came back and improved the Dallas Cowboys’ record to 3-7 with a victory over the Miami Dolphins. To continue with the NFC East theme, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers overcame the Philadelphia Eagles 45-17. Quarterback Mark Sanchez started the game off really well but unfortunately could not keep the early lead with a few interceptions.
During the tenth week of the National Football League (NFL), many big plays occurred and many awards were presented. First, I would like to congratulate Kirk Cousins from the Washington Redskins and Ben Roethlisberger from the Pittsburgh Steelers for receiving the Offensive Player of the Week in their respective leagues. Next, I would like to congratulate Terence Newman from the Minnesota Vikings and Bacarri Rambo from the Buffalo Bills for winning Defensive Player of The Week in their leagues.
Today I am going to be bringing you my personal comparison of two of the most popular Nike soccer cleats: the Magista Obra and the Hypervenom Phantom II. I have worn both of the cleats. They are both different but equally high-performance cleats. Often it is difficult to find the right cleat, but hopefully I can help you out.
Though the Buckley soccer season has come to a close, playing the game itself will never cease to exist. Soccer cleats are a big part of the game, and sometimes, with all the companies and styles, it’s hard to find the right cleat. I am going to tell you about the Nike Mercurial Vapor X.
This month saw Manchester City retain their spot at the top of the table, with a 6-1 smashing of Newcastle on October 3 that saw Sergio Aguero score five goals in 20 minutes and with a 5-1 trouncing of Bournemouth the next weekend that saw Raheem Sterling score three and Wilfried Bony score two. They then drew 0-0 with Manchester United in the derby, and beat Norwich a week later on a late penalty from Yaya Toure. However, two of their key players, Aguero and David Silva, picked up injuries during the intentional break.Read More »
The NBA season has officially started, and all of the excitement and drama are back with it. There are plenty of teams who can call themselves championship contenders. Last year’s champions, the Golden State Warriors, return with their entire team intact, minus David Lee. The Cleveland Cavaliers still have their stellar “Big Three” of Lebron James, Kevin Love, and Kyrie Ivring, along with a strong supporting cast. Plenty of other teams have made key additions over the offseason.Read More »
In the NBA this December, our New York teams are not doing so well. The New York Knicks, at 4-18, are 13th in the Eastern Conference. The Brooklyn Nets are 8-11, just barely making the playoffs, although it is hard to tell so early in the season.
On Thursday, September 26th, the 5th and 6th grade Boys Soccer Red Team played Trinity Lutheran away. Although the score was only 1 – 0 Buckley, with the single goal being scored by 6th grader Teddy Brita in center midfield, Buckley dominated the field.