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“We knew we maybe had to be perfect, and win the rest of our games. I thought the effort and the commitment the players put in was fantastic.” Forward Steven Lenhart headed in two first-half crosses in a four-minute span to give his team its 10th one-goal win of the season. The only league win San Jose has by more than a goal was a 2-0 home victory on Aug. 3 against Chivas (6-16-8). It’s scored more than twice in a league game just once. The Earthquakes are 6-2-2 since a season-best three-match winning streak began on July 13 against Seattle. The six wins are tied for third in the league during that time, but they’ve only managed 11 goals in the 10-match period. “I think when you’re not scoring goals, there are always some questions as to why,” Earthquakes midfielder Shea Salinas told the team’s official website. “Is it the service? Is it the runs? What is it? So we’ve worked a lot lately on quality service.” Chivas, meanwhile, has allowed a league-high 54 goals. After suffering through a 14-match winless streak, things have leveled out some with a 2-2-2 record in its last six. Chivas is 2-0-1 in its last three home matches but is coming off a 5-1 loss at Houston on Sept.

Team USA Begins Quest For Redemption At Motocross Of Nations

A few young women apparently complied with the demands for a Skype session. The man promised not to record the sessions and he made it look like he was erasing the nude pictures of them. One such session was found on the suspect’s phone, police said. Foul-mouthed hacker hijacks baby monitor Investigators examining e-mail exchanges found one in which an alleged victim wrote she was downloading Skype and pleading, “Please remember im only 17. Have a heart.” “I’ll tell you this right now! I do NOT have a heart!!!” he wrote back, per the complaint. “However I do stick to my deals! Also age doesn’t mean a thing to me.” Authorities executed a search warrant at Abrahams’ home on June 4, at which time he “voluntarily agreed to speak” with a pair of FBI agents. Describing himself in that interview as a college freshman who was good with computers, the complaint said, he admitted using malware and his expertise to “watch his victims change their clothes and … use the photographs against them.” Abrahams further admitted the e-mail accounts, VPN, domain names or other pieces of the electronic puzzle that investigators used to build a case were his, according to the criminal complaint. Outside the court Thursday, Abrahams’ lawyer Alan Eisner said that his client’s family feels “profound regret and remorse” over what happened. He told CNN affiliate KTLA that Abrahams is autistic.

Oracle Team USA wins America’s Cup

The three-time winner is flanked by newly crowned 250 Class National Champion Eli Tomac, whos MXoN debut will be his final race aboard a 250cc machine, and Justin Barcia , whos back for the second straight year. Team USA, as always, enters Germany as the favorites to win its 23rd Motocross of Nations title, but many have been curious as to how the team will respond to last years somewhat humbling experience that ended a seven-year streak of dominance. Saturdays qualifying efforts would be a good indicator of that. Team USA drew the 18th gate selection for qualifying, landing them right in the middle of the selection process. The premier MX1 class was first out of the gate and Dungey got Team USA off to a strong start by posting a runner-up finish behind Team Australias Brett Metcalfe , a familiar foe of Dungeys on U.S. soil. Other notables like reigning World Motocross Champion Antonio Cairoli of Italy, finished fourth, while Max Nagle, Team Captain for reigning MXoN Champions Germany, posted a sixth-place finish. MX1 Qualifying Podium Ryan Dungey USA Tommy Searle Great Britain The MX2 class of 250cc machines followed with its qualifying race. To no ones surprise, German native Ken Roczen took the win on a track hes very familiar with. Tomac was unable to even be a threat to his stateside rival from this past summer, but still grabbed a solid fourth-place finish in his first ride for Team USA. MX2 Qualifying Podium Dean Ferris Australia Jeremy van Horebeek Belgium In the final qualifying moto of the day, the MX3/Open division, featuring primarily 450cc bikes, completed the overall qualifying efforts for each of the 41 teams. Barcia did what he needed to do, securing a second-place finish behind Team Belgiums Clement Desalle, the World Motocross Championship runner-up. MX3/Open Qualifying Podium Justin Barcia USA Tanel Leok Estonia The Motocross of Nations rules eliminate the lowest score of the three qualifying finishes for each team, resulting in a surprise winner on Saturday afternoon in Team Australia. With Dungey and Barcias 2-2 scores, it was Metcalfes triumphant effort in MX1 that proved to be the difference maker as he and Dean Ferris combined to edge out their American rivals 3 to 4.

It didn’t take long for the party to get started following Oracle Team USA’s victory. The reigning champion, which had trailed 8-1 at one stage, won by 44 seconds in the final race to win the competition 9-8. Emirates Team New Zealand fans thought they would be celebrating a famous victory with their crew taking an 8-1 lead in the contest — but an incredible fightback by Oracle Team USA forced a decisive race. Only twice before in the competition’s 162-year history has there been a winner-takes-all final. British Olympic hero Ben Ainslie has been the catalyst for Oracle Team USA’s fightback. Ainslie, 36, took over the role of tactician from John Kostecki with his team 4-1 down. Oracle Team USA was given a huge ovation by the home crowd as its team members boarded the ferry. Supporters flocked to watch with the prospect of history being made. Emirates Team New Zealand, skippered by Dean Barker, took to the water hoping to turn around its nightmare run of form. Oracle Team USA took the water knowing victory would cap off a historic comeback victory. Emirates Team New Zealand made an encouraging start but it was the reigning champion which went on to dominate the contest — winning by 44 seconds. Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill celebrates the victory following the race’s dramatic conclusion. The celebrations begin as Oracle Team USA pull off a momentous victory to win the America’s Cup 9-8. HIDE CAPTION Oracle Team USA wins America Cup Only second time in 162-year history that competition has gone down to the final race Emirates New Zealand had led 8-1 before losing 9-8 (CNN) — There are comebacks — and then there are comebacks. As the stars and stripes billowed in the San Francisco wind, Oracle Team USA produced one of the most monumental triumphs in sporting history.

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