Syracuse (13-8, 1-2 Atlantic Coast) fell to North Carolina State (8-16, 2-1), 8-7, in its final day in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Orange finished 1-2 on the weekend. After an NCAA record-tying four home runs Friday, Sydney O’Hara opened the scoring with her sixth blast of the year. A few batters later, Faith Cain sent a ball over the left field wall to put Syracuse up 3-1. But the Orange lead did not last. Alexa Romero started the game and allowed three earned runs in three innings of work. O’Hara relieved Romero and gave up four earned runs in 3 2-3 innings of work. After a three-run sixth inning, Hannah Dossett hit a sacrifice fly to right field, tying the game in the seventh. But an RBI double from the Wolfpack in the bottom of the seventh sealed Syracuse’s fate. Syracuse travels to Boiling Springs, North Carolina, to play Gardner-Webb in a double-header on Tuesday night. First pitch slated at 4 p.m. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on March 11, 2017 at 8:08 pm Contact Josh: email@example.com | @Schafer_44 Facebook Twitter Google+
The Caribbean Airlines (CAL) Boeing 737-800 aircraft operating from JFK International Airport, New York to Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA), Guyana was involved in an incident on the ramp with a Fly Jamaica aircraft early, Tuesday morning.The CAL aircraft knocked off the tail of a Fly Jamaica plane upon landing. Both planes are groundedThe CAL aircraft clipped the tail of the Fly Jamaica aircraft.According to a source, the exhaust of the auxiliary power unit to the CAL aircraft was damaged as a result of the collision. The source indicated that an investigation was launched by both the CJIA and the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCCA) into the incident. The source noted that a team from Caribbean Airlines’ head office in Trinidad and Tobago has also travelled in to assess the situation and to conduct an independent investigation.For now, both planes are grounded and all passengers and crew were safely disembarked.According to a statement from Caribbean Airlines, the aircraft has since been temporarily withdrawn from service and all appropriate inspections and procedures are in process. “Caribbean Airlines re-affirms our commitment to the safety of our valued customers and crew and thanks the public for your continued support,” it said.