**Sponsored by MDG Flooring America in Medina. Click on the link HERE to browse their site and download their coupon for either $100 off your purchase or 12 months special financing. Whether you need carpet or you need tile, they go the extra mile.**BRUNSWICK, OHIO– The Brunswick Blue Devils fell to the Valley Forge Patriots Friday night by a final score of 27-14. Brunswick falls to 0-3 on the season. Valley Forge improves their record to 2-1 on the season.First quarter highlights: Valley Forge’s DB Michael Miller gets a pick six to give Valley Forge an early 7-0 lead. Brunswick QB Jacob Scherette goes for 16 yards to tie the ballgame at 7. Late in the first, RB Matthias Chmielewski takes the ball to the house for a 46-yard touchdown. Forge would lead Brunswick 14-7 after one quarter.Second quarter highlights: Chmielewski gets a two-yard touchdown to give the Patriots a 21-7 lead. Brunswick would respond as QB Jacob Scherette goes for 11 yards and bring Brunswick within seven. Forge would lead the Blue Devils 21-14 at the half.Third quarter highlights: The third quarter lacks some action. Valley Forge recovered a fumble at midfield. Brunswick’s defense would get a quick three and out.Fourth quarter highlights: You might as well call this the Matthias Chmielewski game. The RB would go to the house one more as he would get a 69-yard touchdown. This would give the Patriots the victory by a final score of 27-14.The Blue Devils struggled again tonight, though the offense was able to move the ball more frequently. The Devils struggled holding onto the ball between costly penalties, and turnovers. The Devils let this one get away from them.“Keep working, trying to get better,” Head coach Mark Pinzone said. “Somehow keep our head up high and stick together. We’re going through that right now. We get one part of our game improved, and then the other one falters. We can’t seem to piece it together. We will get back in the morning and find ways to get better.”Player of the game: RB Matthias Chmielewski: 3 touchdowns, 117 yards (Please note that this stat is based on scoring plays, not overall total.)Follow: @Tim_Whelan216 Tim Whelan Related TopicsBrunswickValley Forge
With a European Championships qualifier against Belarus and a friendly with World Cup winners Germany coming up, Vicente del Bosque named his latest la Roja squad on Friday and there was plenty to talk about. Callejon, Nolito and Camacho were three of the four new faces; Juventus’ Alvaro Morata was the other. There was also a return for in-form Real Madrid midfielder Isco. Fernando Torres couldn’t stop scoring for Liverpool, David Villa’s exploits for Valencia had earned him a move to Barcelona and Xavi was the midfielder every side in the world wanted. Those three are no longer with Spain, though, but Jose Callejon, Nolito and Ignacio Camacho are. Morata’s inclusion is perhaps more questionable, given an injury slowed down his start to life at Juventus, but age is on his side and Del Bosque clearly sees something in him. And on top of that, players like Jesus Navas and Juan Mata were not even named on the 23-man list. But despite the sheer depth of players available to Del Bosque, is the strength still at the same level? The latest squad would suggest not; not least because of the lack of leadership currently on show. Sam Marsden Isco aside, though, are these the players that are capable of kick-starting another period of Spanish dominance? Torres, Villa and Xavi spear-headed the generation which won two European Championships and one World Cup, while they benefitted from the leadership skills of the now retired Carles Puyol. The aura of invincibility no longer follows Spain. Now they’re just one of a handful of decent European sides. Of course, these new players are ultimately unlikely to feature in Del Bosque’s first choice XI. He’s without Andres Iniesta, Diego Costa, Thiago Alcantara, David Silva and Dani Carvajal for this round of internationals, while it’s players like Koke who the Iberian nation will look to lead their renewed charge on football domination. Upd. at 19:16 They are all there on merit. Callejon is the top scorer in Serie A and has, unexpectedly to some, gone from strength to strength since leaving Madrid and joining Rafa Benitez at Napoli. Elsewhere, Nolito has been the stand-out player in a Celta Vigo side that are flying high in la Liga, Camacho’s bossed Malaga’s midfield and Isco has shone for Madrid in Gareth Bale’s absence. 07/11/2014 CET
By Helena Adeloju Six goats that disappeared from a McGregor Road property in Pakenham South have been returned to their…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.