Cayamo Cruise destination festival has announced the lineup of performers for its 2020 nautical event. The floating festival will set sail for the 13th time when it leaves from Miami on the Norwegian Pearl beginning February 3rd, making scheuled stops in St. Croix and Antigua before coming to an end on February 10th.Related: Jam Cruise Shares Pro-Shot Footage Of Dragon Smoke Performing “Yes We Can Can”Next year’s cruise will feature performances from Wilco‘s Jeff Tweedy, Mavis Staples, and Rodney Cromwell, in addition to sets from Lake Street Dive, Anderson East, Soggy Bottom Boys, Deer Tick, Watkins Family Hour, Hayes Carll, Shawn Mullins, Jim Lauderdale, Molly Tuttle, and more.Speaking of Wilco, the rock band recently announced their own tropical destination event with their first ever Sky Blue Sky all-inclusive weekend event scheduled to take place at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya in Mexico early next year on January 18th-22nd, 2020.Head to the Cayamo website for event details and ticket information.
Lamar sports informationBEAUMONT – The Lamar Cardinals welcome the Houston Cougars to the LU Softball Complex for a doubleheader at 4 p.m. today in LU’s last non-conference home date this season. Both games will be streamed on Facebook Live, with Harold Mann providing the play-by-play.The Cardinals (22-18) took two of three at Sam Houston State over the weekend in Southland Conference action, while Houston (24-14) dropped two of three at South Florida in American Athletic Conference play. Senior right-hander Laura Napoli (10-9, 3.11) and freshman righty Taylor Gruell (7-6, 3.91) are LU’s probable starters. Gruell is looking for her first win since March 23.“We need Taylor to get on track,” Bruder said. “We definitely need her down the stretch for conference.”Napoli picked up her 49th career win in Friday’s opener at Sam Houston State. She looks to become the first pitcher in program history to collect 50 career wins.PROMOTIONS “Houston has traditionally been a strong opponent, and this might be one of the best Houston teams we have faced,” LU coach Holly Bruder said. “I love that they are willing to come here. We love to be challenged by good teams. These are the games that make us better.”The Cougars are batting .291 as a team. Arielle James leads Houston with a .403 batting average, while Sarah Queen is batting .364 to go along with team-leading figures of six home runs and 25 RBIs. The Houston pitching staff, which is 16th in the nation with a 1.78 ERA, is led by junior right-hander Savannah Heebner (16-5, 0.98).LU shortstop Savana Guidry is batting .346 for the Cardinals, who have a .274 team batting average. Guidry had her 13-game hitting streak, the third longest in program history, snapped at Sam Houston State on Saturday. Kelly Meeuwsen is batting. 341, while leading the team with seven home runs. Meeuwsen’s 26 RBIs are second on the team, one behind Shelby Henderson’s 27. Meeuwsen enters the week with 98 career RBIs, second all-time at LU, behind only Ashley McDowell’s 107. Today is LU’s annual Mean Girls Game, with various contests based upon the movie throughout the game. In addition, fans will receive free pizza and a free pink cowbell while supplies last.FORECASTThe doubleheader is expected to start under a sunny sky, with a temperature of 79 degrees and the wind out of the southeast at 9 mph. By the time the twin bill ends, the temperature will be in the 60s.ON DECKLU travels to Central Arkansas for a three-game Southland Conference series. The teams will play a doubleheader at 5 p.m. Friday and a single game at 1 p.m. Saturday. It’s a crucial series for the Cardinals, who are in seventh place in the conference with an 8-7 record. Central Arkansas is one of three teams tied for fourth place in the conference with 9-6 records. LU returns home to host McNeese in a three-game SLC series set for April 20-21.
In the second half, it was the turn of Hernandez to fire away. He unloaded 17 of his total points to widen the Revellers’ lead to its largest at 136-96 on a conversion by Dawn Ochea.“Not discounting our opponent but ‘yung mga games na ito ang pwede namin i-test ‘yung ibang players para pagdating sa playoffs, handa sila,” said Revellers head coach Stevenson Tiu.Andre Paras finished with double-double 16 points and 12 rebounds,while John Carlo Garcia and Ken Soriano both notched 15 markers each for the Titans.The Titans remained winless in eight games.In the first game, Centro Escolar University Scorpions fortified its chances of moving on to the semifinals round after stopping Batangas-Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals, 84-75.Orlan Wamar led the Scorpions with 17 points, eight assists, and six rebounds as they stinged the Generals to move up to joint third place with Marinerong Pilipino-TIP with 4-3 records./PN Che’lu Bar and Grill Revellers’ JR Taganas muscles his way against an AMA Online Education Titans defender during their 2018 PBA D-League Foundation Cup game at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig City on July 12, 2018. Che’Lu Bar defeated AMA, 139-101. PBA PHOTO MANILA – Che’Lu Bar and Grill Revellers got back on the winning track in the 2018 PBA D-League Foundation Cup by defeating AMA Online Education Titans, 139-101, at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig City.Jeff Viernes led the way with 35 points. Levi Hernandez added 22 markers while Ilonggo Chris Bitoon and Jason Melano contributed 12 points each.With the win, the Revellers grabbed the solo first place in the standings with a 6-2 record.Holding to a slim 29-20 advantage at the end of first quarter, the Revellers broke the game wide open in the second canto behind Viernes and Melano for a 60-42 lead at the half.
Botev (Vratsa) lost to Tsarsko Selo with 0: 1. The young Toma Ushagelov scored the priceless goal with his first touch of the ball as a professional footballer in the 89th minute. The match was very dynamic, with many uses in front of both gates. In the last minutes Johnny Placid left the “kings” in the match to come the winning goal for the boys of Lubo Penev. Botev (Vratsa) – Tsarsko Selo 0: 1, Toma Ushagelov scalded the hostsWith this match the groups in the second eight will be formed The match started at a very high pace. Both teams were looking for goals and that’s why there were quite a few good situations in the first half. The hosts had a slight advantage, but the “kings” also did not fail to attack. The Sofia team won most of the high balls. The two cleanest situations were for Tsarsko Selo. After a strong long shot by Simeon Mechev, the ball hit the crossbar twice and in the back of goalkeeper Krassimir Kostov. Botev’s guard made a very good save after a shot by Leonardo. <br /> The drama was complete in the second half. Gradually Vratsa pressed their opponent and were very close to scoring. Johnny Placid has shown several times why he is a national of Haiti. He played twice with his head outside the penalty area and once blocked with his foot Daniel Genov, who was left alone against him.In the 89th minute Lubo Penev made a change for a delay and released the debutant Toma Ushagelov. Miroslav Budinov went down to the outline on the left and passed in front of the door. The enthusiastic Ushagelov overtook everyone and with his first touch of the ball in professional football scored the priceless goal. Thus, Tsarsko Selo will finish in 11th place with 25 points. The battle will be with Ether to avoid the playoffs. The “boys” have 2 points more. Black Sea will win group “A”, and Vitosha (Bistritsa) will be eliminated.Botev (Vratsa) with 22 points is an almost certain participant in the playoff group together with Dunav (Ruse).