Alajuelense eliminated in the Costa Rican Clausura

first_imgRelated posts:Five things I learned while watching the sun set over El Clásico Herediano to face Saprissa in Apertura final Weekend soccer roundup: Semifinals begin, Ticos traded in MLS San Carlos defeats reigning champion Herediano, advances to face Saprissa Posiciones         Pts.    GP         W         D         L         Gf        Ga.San Carlos                36        21        10        6          5          33        19Pérez Zeledón          36        21        9          9          3          35        27Saprissa                    35        21        10        5          6          36        27Herediano                 33        21        9          6          6          31        24Cartaginés                31        21        8          7          6          32        27Municipal Grecia      31        21         8         7          6          32        27Alajuelense               29        21        7          8          6          30        27UCR                           25        21        7          7          7          33        38Santos                       27        21        8          3          10        32        37Limón FC                  26        21        7          5          9          22        30Guadalupe FC         18       21        4          6          11        20        34Carmelita                   11        21        2          5          14        18        37 This story was made possible thanks to The Tico Times 5% Club. If only 5 percent of our readers donated at least $5 a month, we’d have our operating costs covered and could focus on bringing you more original reporting from around Costa Rica. We work hard to keep our reporting independent and groundbreaking, but we can only do it with your help. Join The Tico Times 5% Club and help make stories like this one possible.Support the Tico Times Facebook Commentscenter_img Liga Deportiva Alajuelense tied 2-2 against the reigning champion, Club Sport Herediano, and was eliminated from the semifinals of the 2019 Clausura Championship in Costa Rica with one fixture remaining. Saturday’s match took place in the National Stadium of La Sabana, in San José, because playing at Alajuela’s stadium, Alejandro Morera Soto, was vetoed by the Disciplinary Tribunal for disturbances after the clásico nacional (Costa Rican classic) against Saprissa two weeks ago.Herediano will have to wait for the closing date, next Sunday, to try to earn the last ticket to the next phase of the tournament; Club Sport Cartaginés and Municipal Grecia are the other two semifinal aspirants. San Carlos, Pérez Zeledón and Saprissa are already classified.Alajuelense hurt its own cause through an own-goal by Daniel Villegas (21). However, they responded with a penalty from Honduran Róger Rojas (42). Herediano went ahead thanks to the 2014 Brazil World Cup and Russia 2018 participant, Yeltsin Tejeda (60). When everything seemed resolved Rojas scored his second, taking advantage of a mistake from goalkeeper Daniel Cambronero to equalize (89).The closing Clausura fixtures will decide the four semifinal teams and their order in the table. They will also determine the regular-season winner. With all teams having played in 21 games, and only one date left to be played, San Carlos and Pérez Zeledón have 36 points, Saprissa, 35; Herediano, 33; Cartaginés and Grecia, 31; Alajuelense, 29; UCR, 28; Santos, 27; Limón, 26, Guadalupe, 18; Carmelita, 11.Matchday 22, last of the classification phase: Alajuelense-GuadalupeCarmelita-San CarlosCartaginés-SantosGrecia-SaprissaHerediano-Pérez ZeledónUniversidad de Costa Rica-Limónlast_img read more

Churchill Mortgage Expands Into Missouri

first_img Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Churchill Mortgage Company News Investors Lenders & Servicers Processing Service Providers 2014-02-05 Matt Coffelt in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing Churchill Mortgage Expands Into Missouri February 5, 2014 470 Views center_img “”Churchill Mortgage””: announced the opening of its first brick and mortar location in Missouri.The new branch is in Kansas City, Missouri, and will be headed up by Joanna Redden. Having previously worked as a mortgage professonal at several other institutions, Redden brings 19 years of industry experience to her new position.””Expanding into Missouri allows us to serve a new population of borrowers and Joanna’s expertise ensures that they have the most direct route to the American dream of homeownership,”” said Mike Hardwick, president of Churchill Mortgage. Sharelast_img read more