Edit this setlist | More Widespread Panic setlists Edit this setlist | More Trey Anastasio Band setlists Edit this setlist | More Ween setlistsPhotographer Christian Stewart was also on site, capturing the moments all weekend long. Check out his full gallery below. SweetWater 420 Festival dove head first into the jam scene this year, and we couldn’t be happier. At the Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, GA, heavyweights Widespread Panic, Trey Anastasio Band, Ween (with a set-opening “Roses Are Free” !!!), and moe. had the festival carry the torch for spring’s first jam-packed weekend. Performances from Trombone Shorty, Lettuce, Twiddle, Dopapod, Jackie Greene, Talib Kweli, Break Science, SunSquabi, The Werks, BIG Something, and People’s Blues of Richmond only heightened the experience.Thanks to taper Matt Moricle, you can enjoy festival set audio from moe. and Dopapod. Load remaining images
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: At 162/8, South Africa were staring down the barrel in their pursuit of India’s 601/5 declared. Faf du Plessis had fallen for 64 and one felt that it was only a matter of time before India enforced the follow-on. However, in a spirited display of batting, Keshav Maharaj and Vernon Philander held the Indian bowling at bay and stitched a record partnership for the ninth wicket to keep South Africa’s fight going on day 3 of the Pune Test at the MCA stadium. Maharaj and Philander/s stand of 109 is the best for the ninth wicket in Tests between India and South Africa.The duo broke the previous record of 91 which was incidentally set during the Vizag Test between Dane Piedt and Senuran Muthusamy. This was the fourth best ninth wicket partnership by a visiting team in India. Both Maharaj and Philander batted sensibly and negotiated the pace and spin combination brilliantly. Philander was content on blocking balls and making slow progress while Maharaj capitalised on boundaries whenever given a chance. Maharaj took a particular liking to Jadeja and Shami as he scored boundaries square of the wicket and straight down the ground to notch up his maiden fifty. The duo batted close to 40 overs and they looked like taking South Africa to safety. However, on 72, Maharaj looked to glance a flighted ball on the pads by Ravichandran Ashwin but he only managed to find Rohit Sharma who was perfectly positioned at leg slip. Philander played out a couple of overs but Kagiso Rabada was trapped LBW by Ashwin as South Africa conceded a 326-run lead.The Pune Test has belonged to Kohli so far as he broke several records during his knock of 254. After notching up his seventh double ton, 19th as skipper and also went past 7000 runs in Tests, he clobbered Dean Elgar over wide long on to notch up his 250 and register his highest individual score in Tests. He went past Sachin Tendulkar’s highest individual score of 248 which he made against Bangladesh in 2004.Also Read | Ravindra Jadeja’s Falls Hilariously While Appealing In Pune Test, Gets WarnedThis was Kohli’s 50th Test as Indian skipper and this was his ninth 150-plus score as captain, breaking the record set by Sir Don Bradman who had smashed eight. Kohli has scored a century in 11 different venues in India and his 19th century as captain levelled the mark set by Ricky Ponting of Australia.
Tags: Boys tennisMarcellusWest GeneseeWesthill When Dan Good and Ben Paoli paired up in doubles to for their own 6-1, 6-1 win over Evan Bybee and Derek Hodge, WG was one point away, and got it from a comeback in another doubles match.Ryan Joyce and Max Mekker lost the first set to F-M’s Ben Farber-McEntee and Andy Sun, but took over from there, winning the next two sets to prevail 2-6, 6-2, 6-2 and get the clinching point.Before this, WG faced Liverpool, and in single-set matches to 10 games, the Wildcats nearly got a sweep of its own, but settled for a 6-1 win over the Warriors. For decades, the West Genesee boys tennis team, like all other large-school sides in Central New York, tried in vain to catch Fayetteville-Manlius, but could not do so.All of that changed Wednesday afternoon, when the Wildcats, equally successful in singles and doubles, stunned the Hornets in a 4-3 classic.Usually in doubles, James Plunkett and Matt Mannara went to singles and won their respective matches, Plunkett defeating David Fernando 7-6, 6-0 and Mannara topping Davin Woolridge 6-1, 6-1. Noah Ruston, in singles, worked past Aiden Barbour 10-4, with Paoli getting a 10-4 win over Austin Huntress-Kennedy that made up for Joyce’s 10-8 defeat to Adam Ritter.Mannara and Plunkett led a doubles sweep, handling Aaron Alejo and Eli Barbour 10-0 as Mekker and Stefan Atanasov got their own 10-0 shutout over Caleb Arnold and Brayden Cabrey.Greg Fey and Ty Lisi paired up, handling Cole DenBleyker and Lance Loomis 10-3, while by that same margin it was David Puma and Michael White beating Matt Kane and Jonathan Kline.Early last week, wet, cold weather caused another round of postponements of area high school tennis matches, but not everything got pushed back.Westhill and Marcellus were able to have a head-to-head match last Monday indoors, with the Warriors maintaining its strong mark by defeating the Mustangs 4-1.D.J. Caloia got Westhill going with a single-set, 8-0 shutout of Tyler Guerrina. Mike Ferrara won a tough 8-6 battle over Andrew Kammer, while Marcellus got on the board when Chris Barbaro edged Kyle Hagrman 9-8.Moving to doubles, both matches were shutouts. Tom Chaddock and Noah Dematties paired up to beat Jackson Spanfelner and Tyler Szalach 8-0, with Jackson Bradley and Ryan Rolince beating Andrew Grashof and Nick Hahn by those same scores.In a similar format on Tuesday, Westhill blanked Chittenango 5-0, where it got 8-0 shutouts by Caloia over Brian Schermerhorn and by Hagrman over David Seale as Bradley, also taking a turn in singles, beat Nate Smith 8-2.Chaddock and Ferrara paired up, taking out Evan Edwards and Anthony Roberts in another 8-2 decision, while Dematties and Rolince topped Devon Hardy and Evan Smith by that same score.Then Westhill had a showdown with Christian Brothers Academy last Wednesday, claiming both doubles points, yet still losing 3-2 to the Brothers.Caloia and Chaddock paired to top Hunter Burton and Max Lewis 10-2, while Dematties and Hagrman handled Michael Hill and Matt Potenze 10-6. But CBA won all three singles matches, the closest of them Rolince’s 10-5 defeat to Dhruv Nanavati.But Westhill did prevail 4-1 over Cazenovia in another set of single-set matches, these ones going to eight games. Mike Ferrara claimed an 8-6 decision over Aiden Kalteski as Caloia beat Traian Cherciu 8-4 and Dan Ferrara routed C.J. Monroe 8-1.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story