WELCOME TO THE BEAR'S HOUSE
By: Calvin Paul
Whats up everybody! If you missed episode 3 of Pangea Sports, here is the place to get your sports update. In this episode, as we stepped into the Bear Cave, we were able to catch up with NYIT's women's volleyball coach, Gail Wasmus and discuss the current status of the team. The show also touched upon the teams performance, as well as the possible changes the team might see in the next season.
This week in the Liam Vs Jp match, the two show host went head to head in a rhythmic gymnastics challenge. J.P started of the match of with a performance intertwined with his native, hispanic culture. Following J.P's performance, we saw Liam break it down to Nicki Minaj's new hit, anaconda. in his performance. The challenge was quite the performance, however, we need a winner, and we'll be able to determine that with your vote. Check out the matchup on Globesville.com and then tweet your vote to @Globesville via twitter.
In Sport News, Liam and co host, John-Paul Veliz talked about the slight brawl that went on during a soccer match between Serbia vs. Albania for a qualifiers. The brawl reportedly began after a drone flew over the field hovering the Albanian flag. A player from Serbia managed to get a hold of the drone and took the flag off, he was immediately approached by the Albanian team- then the fist were thrown.
Pangea sports also reported on the Dallas Cowboy's Joseph Randle. Randle was arrested for shoplifting in Dallas department store. He was accused of stealing $123 worth of cologne and underwear. When a security guard and police officer approached him, Randle said, "alright, y'all got me," in a nonchalant manner.
Last but not least, the sports news segment discussed a physical altercation that happened between rugby players, Ben Flowers and Lance Hohaia. During the rugby match, Flowers and Hohaia were extremely physical with each other which became a litter personal to Flowers. Hohaia and Flowers tussled around for a while, but after one to many, Flowers tackled down Hohaia and gave him two blows to the face. After the match Flowers commented, "I sorry for what happened last night, There is no defense for my actions...." Hohaia said he "holds no grudge" against Flowers, "These kind of things happen in the heat of the moment."
For unusual sports, this weeks focus was on Quiddich. Quiddich is a game that originated in the Harry Potter series. The sports is played with 7 players on each team, and the objective is to throw balls into the opposing teams goals and get the most points or to catch the golden fly which is an automatic win. Fans of the Movie series were so infatuated with the idea of the sport, that it is now a recognized collegiate level sport. You can see visualization of the sport on the Globesville.com.
Makes sure to catch episode 4 thursday evening, October 23 on Globesville.com. Follow @Globesville on twitter for all the updates on Globesville.