Portville Wins Sec. 6 Volleball D-1 Title – Olean Times Herald: Sports – Portville Wins Sec. 6 Volleball D-1 Title: Sports

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Posted: Tuesday, November 4, 2014 1:41 pm Portville wins Sec. 6 volleball D-1 title 0comments JAMESTOWN Six years after winning its last sectional title, the Portville Central School girls volleyball team is celebrating again. On the same floor where they dropped a heartbreaking four-set finale to Randolph last year, the Panthers captured the Section 6 Class D-1 title Monday night at Jamestown Community College with a gutsy 25-23, 23-25, 25-18, 25-17 win over top-seeded Chautauqua Lake. We struggled at the beginning, I think partly because of all the excitement and being back at JCC, Portville coach Kelly Unverdorben said. But we kind of found our way as the match went on and by the third set we took off and starting playing our game. The Panthers, who were seeded third, improved to 18-2 overall. Theyll now play North Collins in the sections Class D crossover game and regional qualifier.
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Col. Sawarmi Khalid told The Associated Press that the attack started when the man argued with the guards outside the palace because he wanted to pass into a secured area. When the guards prevented him from passing, Khalid said, the man stabbed a guard with a sharp object, then seized a rifle and started firing. The shooting left two guards dead, and prompted others to return fire and shoot the man, Khalid said. The semi-official Sudan Media Center website said the unidentified man approached palace guards with a knife, stabbing one and snatching his weapon, before opening fire at the same guard and another. Presidential spokesman Emad Sid Ahmed confirmed the attack to the state news agency SUNA. Khalid said the man, a native of conflict-riddled Kordofan province, had no known political affiliation.
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