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The men's basketball team at the Hangzhou Asian Games has advanced to the quarterfinals and will face host China.

The team, led by head coach Chu Il-seung, defeated Bahrain 88-73 in the quarterfinals.

Their quarterfinal opponent is host nation China.

The match takes place at 1 pm local time on March 3, putting a physical strain on the team, who will have to hit the court after only 14 hours of rest.

If they don't make it past the quarterfinals this time, the team will go home without a quarterfinal appearance for the first time since the 2006 Doha Asian Games.

The only team South Korea has failed to reach the quarterfinals in basketball since Manila 1954 was in Doha 2006.

The team cruised to an easy victory thanks to a series of miscues by Bahrain, a team that is considered to be one of the underdogs.

With the score at more than 20 points, Chu gave his main players a break with 2:54 left in the third 메이저토토사이트 quarter, even bringing in his "youngest" player, Moon Jung-hyun, who entered professional basketball last month as the No. 1 overall pick in the rookie draft.

Yang Hong-seok had 14 points and seven rebounds in the first half alone, while center Ha Yoon-ki did his part under the basket with a team-high 16 points.

Key resources under the basket and on the perimeter, Ragan-ah (KCC) played 10 minutes and Heo Hoon (Commerce) only 8:29.

Parents Welcome, Express Gratitude for Principal Lee's Decision to Retain Director Kwon Oh-Young

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On January 29, Baejae High School Principal Lee Hyo-joon decided to retain (re-contract) baseball coach Kwon Oh-young. The parents of the baseball team expressed their gratitude for the decision, which was made in consideration of their children's future.

Initially, Principal Lee Hyo-joon decided not to renew Kwon's contract because he was not eligible for renewal. However, the school management committee, a deliberative (advisory) body, agreed that the baseball coach should be re-contracted, and considering that the timing of the baseball coach's replacement was not favorable, right before winter training, it was decided to re-contract him.

On January 29, Principal Lee, Director Kwon, and parent representatives (non-commissioned officers) met to discuss the decision. Yoon Dae-in, a member of the Parent Emergency Committee who participated in the meeting, said, "Through the meeting, we were able to confirm that this decision was made by Principal Lee Hyo-joon for the future of the children." "On behalf of the parents, we are deeply grateful, and this will be a better opportunity for the school, parents, and baseball team leaders to unite for the future of the children beyond the difficult process."

The Bae Jae-go baseball team is currently in winter training in Changwon, Gyeongnam. The team will participate in the Changwon Regional Winter League from February 1 to 7 and the Chungcheong Regional Winter League from February 16 to 27.

We welcome the decision of Baejae High School Principal Lee Hyo-joon (hereinafter referred to as "Principal") to retain (re-contract) Kwon Oh-young as the head coach of the baseball team, and we are deeply grateful for the Principal's decision to consider the future of our children.

On January 29, the principal met with a representative of the non-partisan committee and said that even though the baseball coach was not eligible for rehire, the school management 안전놀이터 committee, a deliberative (advisory) body, decided to rehire him in consideration of the opinion that the baseball coach should be rehired and that the timing of the coach's replacement was not good, and asked the parents to wait for this decision.

We, the parents, are deeply grateful for this decision, knowing that it was made first and foremost for the future of our children. This decision shows that the school, parents, and baseball team leaders are on the same page for the kids who are sweating it out on the field every day and working toward their dreams, and I'm sure it will only serve to bring us all closer together.



'Europe-bound' Seol Young-woo targets Zvezda after West Ham

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Seol Young-woo (25-Ulsan HD) could become a teammate of national team senior Hwang In-beom (27-Zvezda).

Serbian media outlet Meridian Sport reported on Aug. 31 (KST) that "Zvezda, who signed Hwang In-Beom last summer, is interested in another South Korean international and is looking for a player to make the team stronger in the second half of the season."

"Seol Young-woo, 25, is also currently attracting interest from West Ham," the outlet said, adding, "Zvezda is playing South Korean international Hwang In-bum. It is hoped that Hwang In-bum can act as a mediator in the transfer."

The media said of Seol Young-woo, "He has the ability to play both left and right fullback. The previous day at the Asian Cup, he assisted the winning goal against Saudi Arabia. He is also a regular starter for his club, Ulsan Hyundai."

Zvezda has reportedly identified Seol Young-woo as a long-term replacement for right-back Kosta Nevelkovic, who is set to join Aston Villa after the season.

Seol made his professional debut with Ulsan Hyundai in 2020 and has developed into a top-flight fullback in the K League. He is an all-weather defender who can play as a left or right fullback, as well as a three-back. He also has a winger background and is capable of joining the attack from the flanks. In the round of 16 of the 2023 Asian Cup in Saudi Arabia on July 31, he assisted Cho Kyu-sung's theater goal with an exquisite header pass in the ninth minute of second-half stoppage time.

Earlier, Seol had been linked with a move to West Ham. West Ham chairman David Sullivan, who has a keen interest in the Asian market, is reportedly targeting Seol as a long-term option for the club. Japanese defender Yukinari Sugiwara is also a potential target, but the Hammers are said to prefer the lower-priced Seol. West Ham's technical director Tim Steyten has been monitoring Seol, who is currently at the Asian Cup.

Seol Young-woo (25) could become a teammate of national team senior Hwang In-beom (27).

Serbian media outlet Meridian Sport reported on Aug. 31 (KST) that "Zvechna Zvezda, who signed Hwang In-bum last summer, is interested in another South Korean international and is looking for a player to make the team stronger in the second half of the season."

"Seol Young-woo, 25, is also currently attracting interest from West Ham," the outlet said, adding, "Zvezda is playing South Korean international Hwang In-bum. It is hoped that Hwang In-bum can act as a mediator in the transfer."

The media said of Seol, "He has the ability to play both left and right fullback. The day before at the Asian Cup, he assisted the winning goal against Saudi Arabia. He is also a regular starter for his club, Ulsan Hyundai."

Zvezda has reportedly identified Seol as a long-term replacement for right-back Kosta Nevelkovic, who is set to join Aston Villa after this season.

Seol made his professional debut for Ulsan Hyundai in 2020 and has developed into one of the top fullbacks in the K League. He is an all-weather defender who can play as a left or right fullback, as well 먹튀검증 as a three-back, and is also capable of getting involved in flanking attacks as a winger. In the round of 16 of the 2023 Asian Cup in Saudi Arabia on July 31, he assisted Cho Kyu-sung's theater goal with an exquisite header pass in the ninth minute of second-half stoppage time.

Earlier, Seol had been linked with a move to West Ham. West Ham chairman David Sullivan, who has a keen interest in the Asian market, is reportedly targeting Seol as a long-term option for the club. Japanese defender Yukinari Sugiwara is also a potential target, but the Hammers are said to prefer the lower-priced Seol. West Ham's technical director Tim Steyten has been monitoring Seol, who is currently at the Asian Cup.



Hanshin defeats Oryx to win Japan Series! Second trophy in a row

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38년 만에 정상을 밟았다'…한신, 오릭스 꺾고 일본시리즈 우승! 두 번째 트로피 들었다

Hanshin Tigers win their first Japan Series title in 38 years.

Hanshin Tigers defeated the Orix Buffaloes 7-1 in Game 7 of the Japan Series of the Nippon Professional Baseball 2023 postseason at Kyocera Dome in Osaka, Japan, on Friday to win the Japan Series.

Hanshin took control of the series with an 8-0 win in game one, but fell behind 0-8 in game two and then 5-4 in game three. However, he won the fourth and fifth games to turn the series around. They were down 1-5 to the Oryx in Game 6 the previous day (April 4), but smiled in a 7-1 victory in the fateful matchup.

Sheldon Neugebauer went 5-for-5 with two doubles (one home run), four RBIs and one run scored, while Shota Morishita went 3-for-5 with a double, two RBIs and two runs scored. In relief, Masashi Ito pitched three scoreless innings, allowing one hit and striking out two to earn the win.

The 0-0 balance was broken in the top of the fourth inning. After leadoff hitter Takumu Nakano flied out to center field, Shota singled. Yusuke Oyama followed with a walk. Then, with runners on first and second, Noiji hit a three-run home run for the go-ahead run.

Hanshin continued to push the Oryx in the fifth inning. With one out, Seishiro Sakamoto and Koji Chikamoto hit back-to-back singles to put runners on first and second. Takumu then hit a grounder to shortstop, leaving the runners at first and second.

With runners on second and third, Shota, Oyama, and Noji hit back-to-back singles to extend the lead to 6-0 with three straight hits.

From there, the game went into a lull. Both Hanshin and Oryx were unable to score, leading to the final offense of the game in the ninth inning.

In the top of the ninth, Hanshin drove in a run. Shota hit 메이저사이트 his second RBI of the game to put the game completely in Hanshin's favor. The Oryx responded in the bottom of the ninth with a run-scoring single by Yuma Tongu with the bases loaded, but Hanshin would not allow another run and the game ended 7-1.

With the victory, Hanshin won its first Central League title in 18 years and its first Japan Series title in 38 years. It was the second championship trophy of his career.



"Taiwanese pitchers were too strong," says coach Ryu Jung-il after defeat

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완패 인정한 류중일 감독 "대만 투수들 너무 강했다"

South Korean baseball's quest for a fourth consecutive Asian Games title was derailed by Chinese Taipei.

South Korea fell to Chinese Taipei 0-4 in the second game of the Baseball Group B at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games on Tuesday at the Shaoxing Baseball and Softball Sports Center 1 in Hangzhou, China.

South Korea, with a 1-1 record in the group stage, will advance to the Super Round if the two-win Chinese Taipei defeats the lowest-ranked Thailand on Wednesday and the two-win Chinese Taipei defeats Hong Kong.

However, even if they make it to the Super Round, South Korea will still have to play with one loss. Even if they win both games in the Super Round, they are not guaranteed a spot in the final.

"We lost, so there's nothing to say," said Ryu Jung-il in the postgame interview, "but if we can beat Japan and China in the Super Round, we'll have another chance."

"Unlike what we saw in the video, the Taiwanese pitchers' balls were very fast and their changeups were good," Ryu said. "Our batters had chances, but the Taiwanese pitchers were strong," he admitted.

"Our starter, Moon Dong-ju, pitched well," he said, "but I was disappointed when my changeup went high in the first inning and I hit a three-run homer, and I gave up a run in the fourth inning with a wild pitch."

The team is comprised of players under 먹튀검증 the age of 24 and in their fourth year of professional baseball. The decision was made in light of the controversy surrounding the selection of the team for the Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games five years ago.

However, the competition revealed serious weaknesses in the team, especially in the batting order. There was no one who could hit the ball out of the park, no one who could lead the way, and it wasn't as if the coaching staff was actively working on a game plan.

Head coach Ryu Jung-il acknowledged the offense's struggles. "We only have four players who can be used as candidates," he said, "and we have no choice but to continue with this batting lineup."

Noh Si-hwan (Hanwha), who batted third and had a double and a single, said, "We analyzed and prepared for the Taiwan game closely, but their pitchers pitched very well." "They analyzed us well," he said. "It's not over yet, so we will do our best to win the Super Round," he said.



KGC coach Kim Sang-sik reflects on the Jones Cup

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시리즈 뒤집은 김상식 감독 “후반전에 수비 좋아졌다” [KBL]

Head coach Kim Sang-sik expressed his satisfaction after the Jones Cup.


Anyang KGC lost 64-92 against Chinese Taipei A in the final game of the 42nd William Jones Cup on Tuesday at Heping Gymnasium in Taipei, Taiwan. Ko Chan-hyuk (14 points, 2 three-pointers, 2 rebounds) was the lone bright spot in the loss, but the team's tight schedule revealed physical problems.

After the game, KGC head coach Kim Sang-sik said, "We've participated in the Jones Cup a lot, and it's always a tight schedule. We checked the players' condition in the morning before the final game, but they were not in good shape due to the hard work, so we had no choice but to play the starters in the first half and then rotate them evenly in the second half. The players were really tired, but they did their best."

KGC was without Duvon Maxwell, who played well throughout the tournament, due to a sore knee. Another foreign player, Brian Griffin, played just three and a half minutes. Their absence was all the more disappointing as the team struggled to control Taiwanese naturalized player William Artino (30 points, 12 rebounds).

"I'm sure the players were disappointed and I'm disappointed. But they weren't feeling well either, so we can't do anything about it. We'll have to work on the things that didn't go well today when we get back to Korea. We will play better basketball through this tournament." Coach Kim Sang-sik said.

With a record of 6-2, KGC finished the tournament in third 토토사이트 place behind the USA's UC Irvine (8-0) and Chinese Taipei A (7-1). Despite the difficulties, the team was able to see the potential of young players such as Ko Chan-hyuk and Kim Kyung-won.

"We were able to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the players who didn't play much last season, and it was also a chance for them to work with the existing starters. I think it was a good opportunity for them and a good learning experience for all of us," said coach Kim Sang-sik. As I said before, we'll do our best to improve on the things we learned from this tournament and do even better in the new season."



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