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September 23, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgBatesville @ Franklin County Middle School Track results from 4/11Girls: Batesville  77              Franklin County 28Shot Put-3 Makayla Granger (23’4”)Discus-1 Veronica (80’9.5”)High Jump-1 Kaylie Raver (4’5”)  2 Cora Deputy (3’10”)  3 Sarah Bedel (3’10”)Long Jump-1 Madelyn Pohlman (13’8.5”)  3 Elena Kuisel (12”4”)100M Hurdles-2 Cora Deputy (20.73)  3 Ryan Oesterling (22.43)100M-1 Madelyn Pohlman (13.25)  2 Elena Kuisel (14.13)200M-2 Ava Hanson (29.05)  3 Nadine Davis (29.07)400M-1 Madelyn Pohlman (1:04)  2 Ava Hanson (1:09)800M-1 Jada Day (2:55)  2 Kaylynn Bedel (2:56)  3 Kaylie Raver (2:56)1600M-1 Jada Day (6:23)  2 Kaylie Raver (6:35)400M Relay-1 BMS Elena Kuisel, Nadine Davis, Lizzy Nobbe, Madelyn Pohlman (56.4)800M Relay-1 BMS Nadine Davis, Jenna Honnert, Lizzy Nobbe, Ava Hanson (1:57)3200M Relay-1 BMS Kaylynn Bedel, Margaret Wilson, Jada Day, Kaylie Raver (11:42)Boys: Batesville  74              Franklin County  36Shot Put-1 Blake Hon (32’7”)  3 Brock Mahon (26’7”)Discus-1 Eli Loichinger (103’11”)  3 Blake Hon (73’5”)High Jump-2 Trenton Kincade (4’6”)Long Jump-1 Seth Pierson (16’2.5”)  2 Evan Williamson (14’10.5”)  3 Will Sherwood (14’3”)110M Hurdles-1 Trenton Kincade (19.69)  2 Seth Pierson (21.16)  3 Bryce Gibson (21.87)100M-2 Evan Williamson (12.31)  3 Will Sherwood (12.59)200M-1 Evan Williamson (26.13)  3 Deacon Hamilton (29.23)400M-1 Will Sherwood (59.53)  3 Otto Hund (1:06)800M-1 Eli Loichinger (2:29)  3 Emi Lopez (2:45)1600M-1 Eli Loichinger (5:33)  2 Jake Chapman (5:57)  3 Emi Lopez (6:03)400M Relay-1 BMS Trenton Kincade, Gage Pohlman, Seth Pierson, Evan Williamson (53.76)3200M Relay-1 BMS Eli Loichinger, Jake Chapman, Emi Lopez, Talan Rowlett (10:39)Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Derek Suits.last_img read more

September 20, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Their case was not helped when Robin van Persie hobbled off with an injury in the second half. United’s tempo was slow, their crossing poor, and they were out-muscled by a disciplined and organised Southampton defence which registered its 10th clean sheet of a remarkable season that has exceeded all expectations. Having lost a raft of players in the summer, Saints were touted as relegation contenders, but now, incredibly, they are third in the Barclays Premier League having leapfrogged United because of this win. The theory that Saints are not good enough to mix it with the big boys was shot down here. Southampton are just 10 points behind leaders Chelsea. Make no mistake – their Champions League credentials are real. The south-coast club felt hard done by when they lost 2-1 to United last month and they just about deserved to get their revenge here. And Koeman, who fell out with Van Gaal during their time together at Ajax, enjoyed breaking United’s 11-match unbeaten run more than anyone, punching the air with glee when Tadic hit the winner which consigned United to their second home defeat of the season. Van Gaal spoke on Friday of his desire to make United the best team on the planet. Ronald Koeman gained revenge on his old adversary Louis van Gaal as Southampton recorded their first win at Manchester United for 27 years. Second-half substitute Dusan Tadic stroked the ball calmly past David de Gea in the 69th minute to give Saints a 1-0 result at Old Trafford. A near full-strength United, who started with Angel di Maria up front, were poor all afternoon and rarely looked like beating Fraser Forster in the away goal. It would be hard to imagine that the likes of Chelsea or Real Madrid were quaking in their boots after United’s first half display, though. Southampton had the better of the early exchanges. Nathaniel Clyne, who has been linked with United, exchanged passes with Graziano Pelle and sneaked into the box but he dragged his shot wide. The home fans were far from enchanted by what they were seeing. United were slow at moving the ball forward and they could not get the ball out wide. Di Maria, playing up front alongside Van Persie, worked hard and won a free-kick after being fouled by Morgan Schneiderlin, but United wasted the free-kick. Michael Carrick did well to nod a long high ball behind under pressure from Jose Fonte as Saints continued their impressive start. The visitors were forced into an early change though when Toby Alderweireld was replaced by Florin Gardos after suffering a thigh injury. Forster was called into action for the first time after 28 minutes when he collected Daley Blind’s chip, which sailed narrowly over Di Maria’s head. The United fans were getting annoyed with their team and it was easy to see why. Antonio Valencia and Di Maria both failed to clear the first man when they were given time to cross. There was a slight improvement just before the break. Van Persie’s deflected shot drew a save from Forster and Di Maria fired wide from long-range. United still struggled to create any decent chances straight after the break. When Di Maria got a sight of goal, Gardos stuck his leg out and denied the Argentinian. Chris Smalling was fortunate not to give away a penalty as he pulled Pelle’s shirt in the box. It was not the first time the England defender had been guilty of such an act. Van Persie let his frustrations get the better of him. He lashed out at Fonte to earn a booking. The Dutchman then suffered an injury and was replaced moments later by Ander Herrera. Former Southampton left-back Luke Shaw was surprisingly booed by the Saints fans when he was replaced by Tyler Blackett, b ut the away supporters were rejoicing soon after when their team took the lead. Tadic, who had only been on the pitch for six minutes, calmly slotted the ball past De Gea after Pelle’s shot rebounded off the post into his path. The Serbian removed his shirt in a joyous celebration and Koeman sprung from his seat to celebrate on the touch line. Juan Mata blasted a low shot wide and then somehow missed from five yards. Despite five minutes of injury time, United could not score and Koeman’s men went on to claim a morale-boosting win. Press Associationlast_img read more

September 20, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgKolkata: New I-League entrants Real Kashmir FC are likely to be ready to host matches at their picturesque TRC Ground in Srinagar by October 20, officials said.The I-League top brass travelled to Srinagar on Wednesday to check if things are in order ahead of the state hosting top division matches for the first time.All India Football Federation (AIFF) senior vice-president Subrata Dutta and CEO Sunando Dhar met the advisor to Jammu and Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik among other top government officials.”We had a very fruitful meeting with all authorities concerned. Work is going on at a rapid pace and it has exceeded our expectations. They have told us that all work related to the renovation of the TRC Ground will be completed between October 15-20. The deadline is October 25,” Dutta told IANS over phone from Srinagar on Thursday. He added that there are plans to install floodlights in the near future and the government has allocated Rs 3.5 crore for that purpose. IANSlast_img read more

September 16, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgLast Updated: 1st September, 2019 20:06 IST Rey Mysterio Pays A Unique Tattoo Tribute To Late Eddie Guerrero Rey Mysterio has recently paid a unique tattoo tribute to his best friend late Eddie Guerrero. The duo had entertained WWE fans in the early 2000s on Smackdown. READ: Independence Day Wishes Come In For India From The WWE; John Cena, Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins join InRey Mysterio and Eddie Guerrero’s in-ring memoriesBoth Rey and Latino Heat have given a lot of memories to the fans in the ring with their moves and athleticism. The duo won the WWE Tag Team Championship in 2005. The same year, they had also had a feud against each other when Eddie had unexpectedly turned heel. After Eddie had passed away unexpectedly in 2005, the Latino Heat was inducted into the Hall of Fame by Rey and Chavo posthumously on the night before Wrestlemania 22. Mysterio would then go on to win his maiden World Heavyweight Championship at that event after defeating Kurt Angle and Randy Orton in a Triple Threat Match. READ: John Cena Has A Special Message For The WWE Family Ahead Of Summerslam 2019. Here’s What He Said 1 year ago WWE Superstar Shakeup Edition sees AJ Styles,Rey Mysterio and More Move To WWE Raw. Results & Highlights Inside Rey Mysterio has been one of WWE’s most athletic as well as unique superstars of all time. Rey Mysterio has been in the wrestling business for two decades now and has been one of the main performers of WWE. The ‘Master Of The 619’ had also had a great person in the company during his early days in the industry. He is none other than the late Eddie Guerrero. Both Rey Mysterio and Eddie Guerrero were real-life best friends. The two remained the best of friends until Eddie’s untimely demise in 2005. After Eddie Guerrero had passed away on November 13 2005 due to heart failure, WWE had organised a tribute show for ‘Latino Heat’ where Rey Mysterio was seen weeping inconsolably along with Eddie’s younger brother Chavo Guerrero and another best friend the late Chris Benoit. Now, Mysterio has come up with a unique tribute to the Latino Heat.READ: Ric Flair Gets A Befitting Reply From Becky Lynch Over Trademark ClaimREAD: Batista Snubbed: WWE Leaves Him Out Of Smackdown Tribute VideoRey Mysterio’s unique tribute to the late Eddie GuerreroIt’s been almost 14 years since Eddie Guerrero has left for his heavenly abode but the Latino Heat still lives in the hearts of his die-hard fans and his colleagues which include the likes of John Cena, The Rock, Brock Lesnar, etc. and Rey Mysterio is one of them as well. In fact, the Mexican wrestling sensation has come up with a special as well as a unique tribute for Latino Heat. Rey Mysterio had recently got some brand new ink got a tattoo made to show his tribute to his best friend as well as the WWE Hall of Famer the late Eddie Guerrero. The former World Heavyweight Champion showed it off with WWE’s help. In a recent Youtube video, Rey Mysterio says what the tattoo and Eddie Guerrero meant to him. The video of Rey’s tattoo tribute to Eddie was posted on Youtube.  SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 1st September, 2019 17:58 IST FOLLOW US LIVE TV 1 year ago As King of the Ring tournament makes its comeback, here are the five instances where it took the superstars to greatnesscenter_img COMMENT Karthik Nair WE RECOMMEND WATCH US LIVE Written By 1 year ago 2019 WWE WrestleMania 35 Schedule, Matches, Timings and Telecast in India 1 year ago Ahead of WWE’s Summerslam 2019, here are 3 bizarre moments from the extravaganza that should never have happenedlast_img read more

August 30, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Watch: Joe Lee on the importance of collaboration December 13, 2019 Share Submit English League One side AFC Wimbledon has parted company with manager Wally Downes after he was issued with a four-week suspension from all football-related activity following a breach of betting rules. Announcing his departure, the club cited that a change of manager was the best route to retaining its upturn of results in recent weeks, whilst Downes has served a suspension. Downes, who was also fined £3,000 for the offences, was deemed to have wagered a total of eight bets between November 2013 and July 2019. Issuing a statement, the FA said: “AFC Wimbledon manager Wally Downes has been fined £3,000 and suspended from all football and football-related activity for 28 days, until November 14 2019, after admitting breaching FA Betting rules.“Downes placed five bets on football matches between 30 November 2013 and 30 January 2014, and three bets between 16 March 2019 and 12 July 2019.”The act breaches the FA’s E8 rules on betting conduct, which strictly prohibit FA registered athletes, match officials, club management, stewards and representatives from placing bets both directly or indirectly on football matches of any level.Following the agreement, the club praised Downes, stating: “Naturally, Wally leaves with our sincerest best wishes for the future and his place in our club’s history – as both a player and manager – assured.“In particular, Wally’s legacy can be found in the young vibrant squad we see on the pitch today, his attention to the financial constraints of the club and ensuring we maintained financial sustainability and laying the foundations for a squad capable of achieving a healthier league position.“Under the terms of the agreement reached with Wally, we will be making no further public statement about either his departure or the betting charges.” Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Wycombe footballer suspended after placing 183 bets January 24, 2020 Betting on Sports Europe to address industry’s looming crisis February 25, 2020last_img read more

August 30, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img StumbleUpon David Lampitt, Sportradar: F1 presents betting’s most sizeable opportunity August 14, 2020 Share Share Related Articles Sportradar enhances Badminton Europe partnership July 28, 2020 Sportradar Integrity Services has upped its commitment to safeguarding professional athletes from social media abuse with the launch of its new player protection solution.The solution will be made available to all sports federations, leagues and governing bodies, having been designed to protect the mental health and well being of professional athletes by keeping them free from online abuse.Andreas Krannich, Managing Director Integrity Services at Sportradar, said: “Maintaining the integrity of sport and ensuring that it’s safe, fair and enjoyable for all, has long been our priority. Now, with this new service, we’ve strengthened our position in this space by safeguarding the athletes who compete in it and protecting them from online harm and social media abuse.“We are providing a tangible output that our partners can share with their athletes and we’re providing support to those partners in pursuing an appropriate course of action. The service we now have in place can act as a deterrent to future online abuse and create real change, particularly when people see the impact it has.“We believe this safeguarding solution can have a similar positive impact on sport as our Fraud Detection System has had on match fixing, where we’ve reported more than 5000 suspicious matches across global sport in 11 years.”The solution, according to Sportradar, has drawn upon ‘advanced techniques, technology and 20 years of experience servicing the sports industry’ to address harms and better protect athletes.The service identifies the individuals behind anonymous ‘troll’ or ‘burner’ accounts used to direct abuse towards athletes. The solution will then provide a high-level location of the account, which the Sportradar team will use to analyse how that account conducts online abuse.Sportradar confirmed that this information is shared with its partners, with further support provided in pursuing an appropriate course of action, including the removal of abusive accounts from social media platforms and working with law enforcement to bring about legal proceedings.The product was trialled earlier in the summer at the Exo-Tennis Series across Germany and the US. Participating players from the ATP and WTA Tours, including Germany’s Dustin Brown and the US pair of Taylor Townsend and Sachia Vickery, shared abusive messages they had received on social media.Following an in-depth investigation, Sportradar provided the event organisers with details of the problem accounts and a set of recommendations, with a suggested course of action to pursue in order to prevent future trolling and abuse. Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 Submitlast_img read more

August 29, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgFormer Ghana midfielder Eric Addo has been appointed assistant U-21 coach of Dutch side FC Eindhoven (not to be confused with PSV Eindhoven).Addo, now retired, was named assistant coach of the youth side after acquiring his UEFA Coaching license.The 41-year old has enormous experience after spending most of his career in Netherlands with the likes of PSV and Roda JC Kekraade.He played for FC Eindhoven towards the end of his career, joining in January 2012 and retiring just 4 months later in April of same year.Eric Addo was a member of the Ghana team that first qualified for the FIFA World Cup in 2006, and played a vital role as the Black Stars reached the round of 16 at the tournament in Germany.The ex-Ghana international is expected to bring his experience to fore in developing talents for the club.The former midfielder made 45 appearances for Ghana from 1998 to 2010 and appeared in two AFCON tournaments (1998 and 2008), as well as the 2006 World Cup in Germany.last_img read more

August 28, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgChristian Atsu has expressed his delight after signing for Chelsea in the just ended transfer window.The Ghana midfielder’s long-term future had been the subject of much speculation during the close season.But he penned a five-year deal with the Premier League side and was immediately loaned out to Dutch top flight club Vitesse Arnhem.The 21-year-old is capable of playing either on the left wing or as a support striker.He is the most talked about player in Ghana at the moment and many are underwhelmed by his latest move.Atsu is back in Ghana preparing for Friday’s World Cup qualifier against Zambia in Kumasi. There is a strong feeling among fans and pundits alike that the deal does not necessarily enhance the career of a player who already has 16 international caps. But Atsu told BBC Sport that Chelsea have done the right thing by loaning him to Vitesse.“I’m happy because as a player you always want to be playing to stay in good shape,” said Porto’s player of the year in 2010/11.He said he is fully focused on making the Vitesse loan move count and force his way into Jose Mourinho’s plans.“When Chelsea came for me, I saw a good opportunity to work with a massive club and a great coach. “I know I have to prove myself at Vitesse first and I’m determined to do just that.”He said countryman Michael Essien’s presence at Chelsea played a part in his decision to go to Stamford Bridge.“I have a lot of respect for Essien because playing for one of the biggest clubs in the world is not easy.“I know that I’ve a long way to go to get anywhere close to what he’s done.“Hopefully, one day I’ll be mentioned in the same breadth as Essien and Didier Drogba.”last_img read more

August 26, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgHe thrived as a so-called stretch forward last season under Mike D’Antoni’s fast-paced offense that prioritized floor spacing and outside shooting. But Kelly’s role has changed under Byron Scott’s Princeton-based offense. Kelly has primarily played at small forward, including 17 games as a starter. “The four is more of my natural position. In the long term, I think that’s what I’m going to be in the league,” Kelly said. “But the more you can do on the floor, the more valuable you are.” Scott said he changed Kelly’s position in hopes of expanding his game. The Lakers also have plenty of frontcourt options, including Carlos Boozer, Jordan Hill and Ed Davis, that make the power forward position crowded.Yet, Scott said he plans to play Kelly at power forward between five to 10 games at some point in the Lakers’ remaining 25 contests. “He’s guarding guys who are a lot quicker and smaller than him,” Scott said of Kelly. “The more that time goes on, he’s gotten a little bit more comfortable. His natural position is a 4, but I want to experiment with things.”Kelly’s eyes lit up when a reporter informed him Scott plans to play him at power forward. Kelly also conceded he would have altered his offseason workouts last summer had he known he would play at small forward. But Kelly quickly stressed he has embraced the new challenge. “It’s not a bad thing to be playing out of position,” Kelly said. “It gives me a chance to grow.”Injury updateThe Lakers listed Nick Young’s status for Tuesday’s game against Charlotte as questionable because of continued soreness in his left knee. The injury has kept Young sidelined the past three contests. After starring at Duke, where he went 111-15 through four years, Kelly’s two seasons with the Lakers will feature two missed playoff appearances and among the team’s worst records in franchise history.Kelly nursed overlapping hamstring injuries that kept him out for 30 games this season.The Lakers (16-41) also enter Tuesday’s game against the Charlotte Hornets (24-33) at Time Warner Cable Arena with Kelly averaging a 5.1 points on 32.1 percent shooting, a steep drop from when he averaged eight points on 42.3 percent shooting his rookie season.“I still feel very blessed. But it’s obviously frustrating to lose,” Kelly said. “But to be able to play the game I love, I still have the joy to come out and want to work at it.”Kelly has plenty of work. The past year has featured plenty of life-turning events that left Ryan Kelly feeling excited and frustrated. The Lakers signed Kelly this summer to a two-year deal worth around $3.5 million after he showied promise his rookie season as the 48th overall draft pick.Kelly also married his longtime girlfriend, Lindsay Cowher, the daughter of former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher. Yet, Kelly still has stomached some unpleasant experiences. center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

August 12, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img14 Sep 2017 Gloucestershire set to defend their county crown Tags: competitions, English Women’s County Finals, Gloucestershire Gloucestershire will defend their title next week when the English women’s county championship is played at Felixstowe Ferry, Suffolk.They won for the first time last year, on their sixth consecutive appearance at County Finals. Now, the South West side again face the challenge of teams from the other five England Golf women’s regions, including the host county of Suffolk, representing the East.The other title contenders are Buckinghamshire from Midlands South, Hampshire from the South, Nottinghamshire from Midlands North and Yorkshire from the North.The title of English women’s county champions is one of the most sought-after and the five-day round robin tournament is always a great show of passion and fine golf. It takes place from Monday to Friday, 18-22 September.Suffolk and Buckinghamshire are seeking their first title; Nottinghamshire won for the first time in 2015; Hampshire have won four times, most recently in 2014; and Yorkshire have been champions 12 times, most recently in 2013.Players include Suffolk’s Fiona Edmond, who was an England and GB&I international 25 years ago, before illness, six children and work put a stop to her golf. She returned to the game about three years ago, won the English senior women’s title at her first attempt in May and has just helped England win the silver medal at the European senior women’s team championship.Yorkshire’s Rochelle Morris and Hampshire’s Kerry Smith have both played in the Curtis Cup, while Olivia Winning (Yorkshire) is another international and the two-time winner of the Scottish open stroke play championship.Buckinghamshire’s Thalia Kirby and Daisy Kennedy were in the successful England U16 girls’ team which recently took on Switzerland. Thalia was also runner-up in the English U16 girls’ championship.Gloucestershire have seven members of last year’s winning side in the nine-strong team for their title defence. Nottinghamshire, meanwhile, return with five of the players involved in their successful 2015 team, including two members of the England Golf staff – Women and Girls’ Participation Manager Lauren Spray and Nottinghamshire Club Support Officer Emily Cheshire.TeamsBuckinghamshire – Deeya Aggarwal, Georgina Bowers, Victoria Bryan, Julia Gallagher, Denise Goodacre, Daisy Kennedy, Thalia Kirby, Alice Kozlowski, Chloe Li and Susanna Mitterer. Captain Sue Ashworth.Gloucestershire – Grace Connelly, Alex Giles, Alison Kelly, Ebonie Lewis, Caley McGinty, Claudia Ovens, Sam Round, Alex Saunders and Ffion Tynan. Captain Andra Knight.Hampshire – Louise Caplen, Raffi Dyer, Sammi Keen, Flora Keites, Georgie Mundy, Adrian Mylrea, Aimee Paterson, Kerry Smith and Kelly Travers. Captain Kay Walshe.Nottinghamshire – Emma Anderson, Rachel Boulton, Emily Cheshire, Caron Harrison, Carol Houghton, Emma Howie, Libby Kilbride, Kristina Lazarevic, Glenys Priestley, Lauren Spray and Carol Wild. Captain Helen Maber.Suffolk – Alice Barlow, Vanessa Bell, Fiona Edmond, Victoria Inglis, Lils James, Sharon Luckman, Amanda Norman, Abbie Symonds, Lottie Whyman, Joanne Woodwood. Captain Vanessa Bell.Yorkshire – Mia Eales-Smith, Megan Garland, Charlotte Heath,  Hannah Holden, Megan Lockett, Rochelle Morris, Nicola Slater, Olivia Winning and Melissa Wood. Captain Fran Dickson.Order of play:Monday 18 SeptemberMatch 1 Nottinghamshire v BuckinghamshireMatch 2Gloucestershire v SuffolkMatch 3Hampshire v YorkshireTuesday 19 SeptemberMatch 1 Gloucestershire v HampshireMatch 2Buckinghamshire v SuffolkMatch 3Yorkshire v NottinghamshireWednesday 20 SeptemberMatch 1Suffolk v YorkshireMatch 2Nottinghamshire v HampshireMatch 3Gloucestershire v BuckinghamshireThursday 21 SeptemberMatch 1 Nottinghamshire v GloucestershireMatch 2Buckinghamshire v YorkshireMatch 3Hampshire v SuffolkFriday 22 SeptemberMatch 1 Hampshire v BuckinghamshireMatch 2Yorkshire v GloucestershireMatch 3 Suffolk v NottinghamshireClick here for the resultsImage: Gloucestershire’s victory celebrations (copyright Leaderboard Photography)last_img read more