In the second half and throughout the first overtime, the Whitefish Bay girls soccer team had several great chances against top-ranked in state D1 polls DSHA Friday night
A shot was tipped away at the very last second by Dasher goalie Olivia Myszewski in the first overtime, and Bay even had a good look early in the second overtime, when Myszewski got caught out of position and a Bay player had a point blank shot only to have it knocked away by a fast moving defender.
Nothing would go in it seemed.
Until senior midfielder Leah Rothstein stepped to the leftside corner kick spot midway through the second OT and deftly knocked a high, looping shot towards the far upper right corner of the goal. Myszewski got her fingertips on it, but the ball slid just inside the post and down for the only goal in an important 1-0 nonconference victory.
"It was a tough game," said Rothstein. "We had a lot of shots. We just knew that eventually one of them had to go in. It felt good (when I kicked it)."» Read Full Article
A Glendale mother and daughter were killed in a car crash in Texas on Tuesday morning, police said Wednesday.
Katrina Holloway, 19, was driving a 1997 Volvo about 11 a.m. Tuesday when the Volvo crashed into the back of a 2009 Freightliner truck that had stopped at a red light at Highway 59 and College Drive in Lufkin, Texas, according to a Lufkin police news release.
The car was pinned more than halfway under the trailer, KTRE-TV in Texas reported. Holloway and her passenger, her mother Susan Holloway, 52, were killed in the crash. The driver of the van, Jose Hernandez, 49, was not injured, police said.
Katrina Holloway was a college student and an open map was reportedly found in the car, a police spokesman said.
Fatigue may have been a contributing cause, "however, we will probably never know for sure," Lufkin police Sgt. David Casper wrote in an email.» Read Full Article
According to the report, the thefts occured on three occusions May 5 and May 6. Then on May 7, police responded to a nearby nursing home for a report of a disturbance between a man and the staff, with man telling police "they must not be very busy" for responding to an argument.
Actually they were, police said, noting they were investigating the thefts from Piggly Wiggly. His sudden change in tone led police to question him about the thefts.
Financially challenged Aéropostale Inc. will close its shop in Glendale's Bayshore Town Center at the end of business Tuesday.
The closing will leave the teen apparel retailer with two stores in the Milwaukee area, at Southridge and Brookfield Square. Aéropostale has been at Bayshore since late 2006.
The company announced earlier this month that it will close about 125 of its "P.S. from Aéropostale" stores, which sell children's clothing. There are no P.S. stores in the area.
The New York-based retailer operates 931 Aéropostale stores and 150 P.S. shops. The company lost $141.8 million last year.