In an online poll going around of which musical act has the “Most Stupid Band Name,” our good friends of The String Cheese Incident are currently in the top spot. Surprisingly, they are beating out bands such as The The, Diarrhea Planet, We Butter the Bread with Butter, Limp Bizkit, and another one of their jam band brethren that go by the name of Phish.SCI keyboardist Kyle Hollingsworth took to his Facebook page, in jest, to acknowledge the honor of being nominated and in the lead. The poll originates from a site called stupidbandnames.com, which is normally a “Stupid Band Name Generator.”Take a listen to David Cross making fun of The String Cheese Incident:
Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?The Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 African Actresses With Thick Skin Who Got Famous In Hollywood5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks9 Great Actors Who Will Always Be Defined By One RoleMost Appreciated First Ladies In The History Of America The 23-year-old is on the Premier League duo’s radars after another stunning season in which he has already bagged 25 goals in just 28 games. Chelsea and Manchester United have been handed a summer transfer boost as £68million target Timo Werner has admitted that he is open to moving to the Premier League.Advertisement This exceptional form has fuelled RB Leipzig’s challenge at the top of the Bundesliga, in which they sit just one point behind leaders Bayern Munich.And the German international will have the chance to impress on English soil later this month, when his side face Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League round of 16.The likes of Chelsea, Liverpool and Man Utd are believed to be keen, and on interest from the Premier League, Werner told Kicker: “What do you say if a club comes knocking in the next two weeks, a club which is one of the favourites to win the Champions League and makes an incredible offer?“Most likely every player would think about it. I can generally imagine playing abroad one day, although I don’t have any specific club where I want to be.“I am open for everything. I was over in America for a holiday recently and English football was on all of the time. That’s an exclamation mark for the Premier League.“But there are also big, famous clubs and it would certainly be fun playing there.”The former Stuttgart forward was coy on his future, however, and is not in any rush to leave Leipzig immediately.He continued: “When you score 20 goals as a 23-year-old in a season then, of course, there is interest, that’s clear.“But, right now, I am not thinking about what happens in the future. We are going into many important games. That’s what I want to focus on now. I can still contemplate my future later.” Read Also: Man United Move: It is now Eagles need Ighalo, RohrChelsea in particular are chasing a forward, having missed out on recruiting one in the January transfer window.Lyon’s Moussa Dembele is another primary target.Manchester United, meanwhile, raised eyebrows on Deadline Day with the loan acquisition of former Watford striker Odion Ighalo.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
ELLSWORTH — Both the Ellsworth and George Stevens Academy boys’ tennis teams are still undefeated this season.This week, Ellsworth (6-0) beat John Bapst (0-6) on Thursday and won at Presque Isle (4-1) on Friday. Ellsworth is ranked third in the Class B standings behind Waterville (8-1) and Camden (7-1).GSA (8-0) beat Deer Isle-Stonington (1-7) on Wednesday and Tuesday and Orono (4-2) on Friday. GSA is ranked first in the Class C standings, with Piscataquis (4-1) trailing in second and Orono in third.TuesdayThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder textGSA 5, DI-S 0Singles: Tate Yoder (GSA) beat Matt Duddy 8-0; Nate Boechat (GSA) beat Paul Zoephel 8-1; Luke Theoharidis (GSA) beat Cameron Wendell 8-1; Doubles: Tim Dentino-Matt Stephens beat Justin Eaton-Cody Eaton 8-3; Peter Wu-Ben Politte (GSA) beat Marvin Merritt-Devon Emrick 8-2.SaturdayOrono 5, Sumner 0Singles: Tate Yoder (GSA) beat Ryan Wells 8-0, Nate Boechat (GSA) beat Sam Sheppard 8-4, Luke Theoharidis (GSA) beat Ben Blood 8-4; Doubles: Tim Dentino-Matt Stephens (GSA) beat Alex Fergusson-Schylar Cyr 8-4, Ben Politte-Peter Wu (GSA) beat Greg Dimoulas-Branden 8-0.FridayEllsworth 4, Presque Isle 1Singles: Evan Toothaker (E) beat Chase Norton 8-0; Alec Toothaker (E) beat Byron Winslow 8-4; Chris Carroll (PI) beat Adil Khan 8-5. Doubles: Anthony Gardner-Jarred Whitney (E) beat Denny Young-Alex Brewer 8-2; Kyla Lima-John Fendl (E) beat Colin Daigle-Jordan Bonville 8-5.GSA 5, Orono 0Singles: Tate Yoder (GSA) beat Ryan Wells 8-0; Nate Boechat (GSA) beat Sam Sheppard 8-4; Luke Theoharidis (GSA) beat Ben Blood 8-4. Doubles: Tim Dentino-Matt Stephens (GSA) beat Alex Fergusson-Schylar Cyr 8-4; Ben Politte-Peter Wu (GSA) beat Greg Dimoulas-Branden 8-0.ThursdayEllsworth 3, John Bapst 2Singles: Evan Toothaker (E) beat Paul Branch 8-6; Alec Toothaker (E) beat Mike Dunning 8-6; Moritz Finkbeiner (JB) def Adil Khan 8-3. Doubles: Charlie Hanscom-David Carmack (JB) beat Anthony Gardner-Jarred Whitney 8-6; Kyle Lima-John Fendl (E) beat Max Ouyang-Brandon Norris 8-2.MDI 3, Hermon 2Singles: Luke Horton (MDI) beat Alex Marsh 8-2; Eric Byers (H) beat Kaleb Payson 8-5; Mat Allen (H) beat Teddy Geary 8-4; Doubles: Hunter Strauch-Drake Janes (MDI) beat Ben Phair-Kyle Byers 8-1; Henry Helmke-Jimmy Carroll (MDI) beat Bryce Taylor-Jared DesJardins 8-1; Exhibition: Avery LaValle-Hayden Goodwin (MDI) beat Phair-DesJardins 4-2WA 3, Sumner 2Singles: Ben Somes (WA) beat Seamus Russet 9-7, Ruben Popper (WA) beatMike Allen 8-3, Only Wei (WA) by forfeit; Doubles: Noah Goldfarb-Matt Lamoureux (S) beat Eric Smith-Joey Moore 9-8 (8-6), Sam Tracy-Will Quinn (S) beat Will Somes-Joey Moore (8-6).WednesdayGSA 5, DI-S 0Singles: Tate Yoder (GSA) beat Matt Duddy 8-1; Nate Boechat (GSA) beat Paul Zoephel 8-4; Luke Theoharidis (GSA) beat Camereron Wendell 8-3. Doubles: Tim Dentino-Matt Stephens (GSA) beat Marvin Merritt-Devon Brantley 8-2; Ben Politte-Aiden Byrne (GSA) beat Brantly Emrick-Brendan Penfold 8-1.MDI 5, Old Town 0Singles: Luke Horton beat Nikko Knapp 8-1, Kaleb Payson beat Alex Ross 8-4, Teddy Geary beat Zach Libby 8-5; Doubles: Hamish Stevenson-Hunter Strauch beat Joe Bricker-Josh Cross 9-7; Drake Janes-Jimmy Carroll beat Mike Baker-Brad Westura 8-6; Exhibition: Henry Helmke-Hayden Goodwin (MDI) beat Nick Furo-Taeyun Park 4-1.
NYEEM Young’s 33-ball 55, aided by significant contributions from Bhaskar Yadram, Emmanuel Stewart and Kirstan Kallicharan helped West Indies chase 279 as they beat Ireland by four wickets with 10 balls remaining in Lincoln.(Scores): West Indies U-19s 281 for 6 (Young 55*, Royal 3-59) beat Ireland U-19s 278 for 8 (Tector 69, Neville 2-52) by four wickets.Batting first, Ireland’s Mark Donegan and captain Harry Tector held the top-order together, making scores of 38 and 69 respectively, but it was Neil Rock at No. 6, who steered Ireland towards a 270-plus score with 91 off 101 balls.West Indies started their chase with a substantial opening partnership of 75 between Yadram (52 off 48 balls) and Kimani Melius, before Morgan Topping removed the former in the 13th over. West Indies then slipped to 103 for 3 before Stewart and Kallicharan added 62 runs for the fourth wicket, the partnership broken by a run-out.When Kallicharan fell to Tector for 46 in the 39th over, West Indies still needed 85 to win. But Young made his way to the crease and finished the chase within the next 10 overs, slamming eight fours and a six during his half-century. (ESPN Cricinfo)
POUDEROYEN FC and Fruta Conquerors U-20 teams are the first through to the semi-final stage of the Turbo Knockout Football tournament.The first match of the two days of quarter-final action was played at the Ministry of Education ground on Friday evening.The first game was a tense affair between Pouderoyen and Buxton U-20.Both sides tried furiously to open the scoring and there were several close encounters, but the first half ended scoreless.The second half ended the same way, resulting in extra time which saw the West Demerara-based side score first through a Darrell Abrams intervention.Troni Semple brought things level in the 106th minute with his strike sending the game into penalties.In the end, it was Pouderoyen who advanced 6-5, ending the Buxton U-20s’ run in the tournament.In the second game Fruta Conquerors U-20 edged out Buxton 3-2 at the final whistle.The ever-present Nicholas McArthur opened the scoring for the U-20 side in the 21st minute with Ryan Hackett doubling it up in the 46th minute.An own-goal by Joel Yhap gifted Buxton their first goal and Shemar Scott in the 71st brought the game level again as the fightback continued.However, the game that looked likely to follow the extra-time trend was changed by Osafo Simpson in the 88th minute.The second set of quarter-final matches will pit Riddim Squad vs Northern Rangers from 19:00hrs tonight while Santos U-20 and GFC will clash at 21:00hrs.