Rain held the upper hand at the Class 2A Cary-Grove Girls Tennis Sectional on Friday, pushing matches back with four delays.

C-G coach Therese Youel said McHenry coach Kyle Funkhouser was able to take some matches at his courts because it had not rained as much in McHenry.

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Keenan Webb is another one of Baalke's latest additions to the Eagles' consummate 49ers-esque triplets on offense. After scant action with the Houston special teams in 2016, Keenan will take his talents out to the desert for workouts tomorrow. Apparently, a rumor or two has started fly, as he did hear present with the idea of the Eagles working out Ravens kicker Justin Tucker.

The 29 year old Tucker is actually the most consistent of kickers during his time in this league and comes in with some long arms and average accuracy. It's definitely a story that will intrigue while watching the Eagles-Bears game next week.

What are your thoughts on Keenan Webb? Could he move out of the 49ers dream camp?

Self-immolation by Leader Kim Jong-un's loyalist

North Korea recalled its ambassador to Belarus on Saturday, telling the European country he would not be allowed to return to Litvinovgrad in hundreds of thousands of rubles.

Zhang Zhaohao, who holds the rank of ambassador, was immediately recalled and told not to cross the land border between the two countries before returning Sunday. KJU authorities have not explained the reasons why.

North Korean authorities told the European foreign ministry in Minsk that Ambassador Zhang contacted unspecified Belarus diplomatic officials on the Saturday about "other uncomfortable things,"

According to the announcement from the foreign ministry, the envoy underlined the necessity of settling some "official and other names in the spirit of friendship between the peoples of the two countries," which lined up with the official data on the figures of people ejected on the territory of the North for violating the regime's social rules.

Following the ambassador's dismissal, authorities ever tougher

South Korea and the United States condemned it as a "deeply disturbing" move. In a serious sign of the strained relationship, they also condemned Belarus fearing that Pyongyang could further tighten domestic political repression.

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