Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Graham Nash has announced a March 2020 tour. The tour will see the singer-songwriter offer “an intimate evening of songs and stories” at each venue.Related: Watch Trey Anastasio Hilariously Recount Meeting Graham Nash To Celebrate Nash’s 77th BirthdayGraham Nash’s tour begins with a performance at York, PA’s Strand Theatre on March 4th and ends with a show at Huntsville, AL’s Mars Music Hall on March 25th. The tour will also see the founding member of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and The Hollies make stops at Tarrytown, NY’s Tarrytown Music Hall (3/5); Ithaca, NY’s State Theatre (3/7); Buffalo, NY’s Asbury Hall at Babeville (3/8); Alexandria , VA’s Birchmere (3/10); Newton, NJ’s Newton Theatre (3/12); Glenside, PA’s Keswick Theatre (3/13); Atlanta, GA’s Variety Playhouse (3/17); Ponte Vedra Beach, FL’s Ponte Vedra Concert Hall (3/18); and Clearwater, FL’s Ruth Eckerd Hall (3/19).All newly announced shows are now on sale here.Head to Graham Nash’s website for a full list of his upcoming tour dates, ticketing, and more information.Graham Nash March 2020 Tour:Mar 4YORK, PAStrand TheatreMar 5TARRYTOWN, NYTarrytown Music HallMar 7ITHACA, NYState TheatreMar 8BUFFALO, NYAsbury Hall at BabevilleMar 10ALEXANDRIA, VABirchmereMar 12NEWTON, NJThe Newton TheatreMar 13GLENSIDE, PAKeswick TheatreMar 17ATLANTA, GAVariety PlayhouseMar 18PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLPonte Vedra Concert HallMar 19CLEARWATER, FLRuth Eckerd HallMar 25HUNTSVILLE, ALMars Music HallView Tour Dates
Seniors Mike Kirth-Gruszczynski and Max Kirth-Gruszczynski provided a solid 1-2 punch on Friday night at The Pond for the Olmsted Falls Bulldogs, as they skated past the Chagrin Falls Tigers 8-2.The victory puts the Bulldogs at 7-4-0 in GCHSHL play this season, and they will play Avon Lake in the first round of the Baron Cup on Monday at 8:30pm in Brooklyn as the number four seed.Mike Kirth-Gruszczynski led the way for Olmsted Falls in the win, as he scored three goals for the hat trick. Brother Max scored two goals in the victory. It was also a historical night for senior Bulldog Dom Conte, as he scored a goal but also assisted on the final goal of the night, tying the school record of 102 career assists.The Olmsted Falls defense smothered the Tigers all night, as they allowed just five shots through the first two periods, building a 5-1 advantage. They outshot the Tigers 18-1 in the first period as they took a quick 3-0 lead, and never looked back in getting the win. For Chagrin Falls, they fall to 0-12-0 on the year in league play, and will skate at the Ice Zone at 5pm Saturday against Canfield.Olmsted Falls will take on Midview Sunday at 4:15pm in Brooklyn as they look ahead to Monday’s Baron Cup game against Avon Lake. Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Related TopicsChagrin Falls TigersOlmsted Falls Bulldogs Matt Loede
By Mitch PhillipsSouth Africa held off a fierce England fightback to triumph 31-28 in a thunderous test at Twickenham on Saturday to make it five defeats in a row for Stuart Lancaster’s side 10 months before they host the World Cup.Two tries put South Africa 20-6 ahead a minute into the second half and though England scored two quickfire rolling maul tries to get level, Schalk Burger got the key third Springbok score and the boot of flyhalf Pat Lambie brought them home.The victory made it 11 wins and a draw for the Boks against England, dating back to 2006, and was a hugely satisfying one following their defeat by Ireland last weekend.The frustration for England was that, just as a week ago against the All Blacks, they dominated the early stages but this time failed to turn possession into points and found themselves 10-0 down after 15 minutes after Jan Serfontein intercepted a Danny Care pass.When England did fashion an opening, poor handling or bad decision-making let them down, encapsulated when massive lock Dave Attwood ignored a two-man overlap and backed himself to get to the line, only to blow the chance.England had the best of possession and territory in the first half but were generally too lateral in their attacks and only two Owen Farrell penalties kept them in touch at 13-6 down.That gap became 14 points 38 seconds after the restart when Lambie chipped a perfectly weighted kick into the arms of Willie le Roux which the fullback gathered without breaking stride before slipping a lovely offload for Cobus Reinach to complete a wonderful score.England needed to hit back immediately and did so emphatically in the way they know best.A monster maul that South Africa, deprived of sin-binned lock Victor Matfield, were powerless to stop, sent prop David Wilson over and minutes later virtually the entire England team combined for another irresistible 40-metre charge that ended with Ben Morgan making it 20-20.South Africa showed, however, that they too could score through the forwards when, still with 14 men, they rolled over the corner for Burger to score and Lambie took his side 10 points clear with a penalty and a drop goal.Centre Brad Barritt scored England’s third try in the last minute but, just as last week, it came too late and merely made the margin of defeat look more respectable.