Places Known For

scoring record


Torreón

is considered to be the top basketball league in Mexico. On October 2, 2004, in a game played against Durango, Issac Gildea set the all-time scoring record in the LNBP for a single game with 61 points. Former NFL placekicker and Super Bowl XXI champion, Raul Allegre, is a Torreón native. Events Cotton and Grape Fair The main annual festival in Torreón is the Cotton and Grape Fair (Feria del Algodon y La Uva) which takes place in the middle two weeks of every September in the old Plaza de Toros and the New Coliseum in Torreón. It contains cultural events, music, amusement rides, and bullfighting. Laguna DrumFest The Laguna DrumFest takes place every October, and includes some of the best drummers in Mexico and from around the world. Twin towns * Wikipedia:Torreón Dmoz:Regional North_America Mexico States Coahuila Localities Torreon


Georgetown, Guyana

Chappell eclipsed it. He made the runs with a long-handled bat borrowed from his captain Freddie Calthorpe and a pair of ill-fitting boots borrowed from Patsy Hendren. At 39 years and 272 days, he is, by almost five years, the oldest player to break the individual scoring record in Tests. left thumb 350px Andy Sandham's career performance graph. (Image:Andy Sandham Graph.png) '''Trans Guyana Airways''' operates out of Ogle International Airport


Abidjan

Beerschot . After an impressive season with Germinal, Dagano moved to Genk (K.R.C. Genk), where he won the Ebony Shoe (Belgian Ebony Shoe), before spells in France, with Guingamp (En Avant de Guingamp) and FC Sochaux (FC Sochaux-Montbéliard). In 2008, he joined Al-Khor (Al-Khor Sports Club). He later left Al Khor for Al Sailiya (Al-Sailiya Sport Club) two years later, but the club was subsequently relegated despite Dagano's impressive goal scoring record. Services The immediate goal of AfraCityLink is to increase flight frequency between Accra and Kumasi, and to expand with new services from Accra to Tamale (Tamale, Ghana) and Sunyani. On the regional front the alliance would make possible the launch of services to destinations such as Monrovia, Freetown, Lagos, Banjul, Lomé, Cotonou, Abidjan, Bamako and Ouagadougou (ref: Airliner World, April 2005). Biography Wodié was born in Abidjan. He attended primary school in M'Bahiakro and secondary school in Abidjan. Afterwards he studied law in Dakar, Senegal, and in France at Poitiers and Caen. While in France, he was a member of the Executive Bureau of the Association of Ivorian Students in France. In July 1961, he was arrested "for endangering the safety of the State of Côte d'Ivoire in France", expelled from France, and placed under house arrest in Abidjan. Following his release in January 1962, he continued his studies in France. After completing his studies, he returned to Côte d'Ivoire, where he began teaching at the University of Abidjan. He was a founding member of the National Union for Research and Higher Education (SYNARES) and was its Secretary-General. In March 1971, he was accused of "subversive activities", and as a result he lived in exile in Algiers until August 1973. Page on Wodié on PIT website Commons:Category:Abidjan Wikipedia:Abidjan


Knoxville, Tennessee

'' . - March 9, 1987. Kelli Litsch would lead Thomas to back-to-back state championships in 1980 and 1981, set a new state tournament scoring record of 338 points in nine games over three years, for a 37.6 point-per-game average, go to Southwestern Oklahoma State University, became the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics's (NAIA) first four-time All-American, leading Southwestern to three national titles (1982, 1983, and 1985), and setting an NAIA career

scoring record with 2,673 points. She would be inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tennessee in 2004. - Sherman, Mike. - "The Latest Litsch No Serious Sister But Staci Gets The Job Done For - Thomas". - ''The Daily Oklahoman'' (The Oklahoman). - March 3, 1988 - Toth, Susan. - "Looking Back on Oklahoma Mar. 9". - ''The Daily Oklahoman'' (The Oklahoman). - March 9, 1991. - "Litsch, Woodall inducted into Women's Hall of Fame"


Saint Lucia

occurred on 13 October 2004 when W Connection defeated Tobago United 17–0. In fact, Saint Lucian Titus Elva recorded three hat-tricks in the match and currently is the holder of the Pro League single game scoring record


Port of Spain

in the second innings; he had scored 592 runs in the series. His aggregate of 375 in the match stood as the Test record until Greg Chappell eclipsed it. He made the runs with a long-handled bat borrowed from his captain Freddie Calthorpe and a pair of ill-fitting boots borrowed from Patsy Hendren. At 39 years and 272 days, he is, by almost five years, the oldest player to break the individual scoring record in Tests. Image:Andy Sandham Graph.png


Bournemouth

after being invited to bat again, set Warwickshire 314 to win and bowled them out for 158. Brown, with 172, and Livsey who scored 110* at number 10, were the heroes. In 1937 Dick Moore set the individual scoring record for Hampshire


Baton Rouge, Louisiana

, Eddie Pearce, Brian Hawke and Phil Reid won the Florida high school title setting a scoring record that stood for thirty years. Eric Guerin was born in Maringouin (Maringouin, Louisiana), Louisiana, in Cajun backwater country, twenty-four miles west of Baton Rouge (Baton Rouge, Louisiana). The son of an impoverished Cajun blacksmith, older cousin Norman Leblanc had become a jockey then a horse trainer and in 1938 the fourteen-year-old Guerin quit school to go to work


Abu Dhabi

receiving the Best Goalkeeper award. for the third consecutive time in a row; the most won by a goalkeeper in the 40 years of the Gulf Cup tournament. Oman had tied U.A.E. in goalscoring with 9 goals each after the competition. – Oman's goal scoring record in the 18th Gulf Cup. The '''FN F2000''' is a 5.56×45mm NATO bullpup assault rifle, designed by FN Herstal in Belgium.


The Bronx

Basketball: Steve Lappas publisher Villanova University url http: www.villanova.com sports m-baskbl mtt lappas_steve00.html accessdate 2010-08-16 Harry S. Truman High School won a New York State Class A championship under Lappas in the 1983–84 season, during which it was 27–3. In 1984 Lappas joined Rollie Massimino's staff at Villanova University. United States law enforcement officials announced the arrest Thursday of four men in connection with a plot to blow up two synagogues in The Bronx (w:The Bronx), a borough of New York City (New York, New York), and shoot down military airplanes flying out of the Stewart Air National Guard Base (w:Stewart Air National Guard Base). thumb left Satellite photo of Stewart Air National Guard Base (File:Stewartafb-ny-20apr1994.jpg)


Copyright (C) 2015-2017 PlacesKnownFor.com
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017