As you know, the EIAC has expanded to 8 teams. For most sports, all 8 schools will compete for one title. Right now football is split into a 4A division and a 3A division. According to unconfirmed sources, this was brought about because East Central did not want to compete in several sports against Lawrenceburg with football heading the list. Likewise, it has been said that Lawrenceburg wanted to drop out of the EIAC if they still had to play East Central in every sport. One thing is certain–the 4A and 3A split for football was not unanimous among all coaches. I have not been able to confirm how this was finally decided upon. What it has left the conference with is a football division of East Central, Connersville, South Dearborn, and Franklin County. The 3A portion is made up of Batesville, Greensburg, Rushville, and Lawrenceburg. At this time, basketball will be just one division, but there will not be a home and away round robin. I do believe, however, that each school will face each other this year. Those sports who decide the conference in head-to-head contests include basketball, football, volleyball, baseball, softball, soccer and tennis. Sports like track, swimming, cross country, and wrestling will have a one-day meet to determine the champion. As the year evolves, we will have to see if they have made any other exceptions to who plays who.
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ind. — A member of the Whitewater Valley Retired Teachers Association (affiliated with Indiana Retired Teachers Association) has a short story published in the February 2017 issue of Guideposts Magazine.In this current issue, Mary-Alice Helms shares an experience she had as she began to fall down the steep basement stairs at her home.Previously, Mary Alice had a story published in Guideposts’, The Joys of Christmas.In that story, she describes an experience of her early years in teaching music at Laurel School.This February issue of Guideposts also has a story by another Franklin County resident, Mike Bogan.Guideposts Magazine stated this is the first time it has had an issue with stories by two individuals from the same town.
Paris Saint-Germain have dismissed the idea of their players receiving gold-plated phones as a reward for winning the Ligue 1 title. PSG have been crowned Ligue 1 champions by default after the French football season was cancelled. Jewellery company iDesign Gold posted on social media that they would send each PSG player a 24 karat gold iPhone case worth 400 euros each for winning the league title. “[iDesign Gold] have usurped the club’s name to advertise themselves by making it appear that the [first] team players had requested its services in order to produce these cases,” PSG said in statement. “[The rewards] go against the values of the club.”Advertisement Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThis Happy Shiba Inu Pics Will Overwhelm You With Cuteness10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Weird Facts About Coffee That Will Surprise YouPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone10 Of The Worst Celebrity Dads In Hollywood6 Most Unforgettable Bridges In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Things That Actually Ruin Your Phone5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks Read Also: Premier League chiefs, coaches at war over June 12 restart date iDesign Gold manager Joaquin Calderon gave his side of the story to Spanish radio station Cadena Cope. “I can’t say the figure that was spent, but PSG asked us for 29 cases,” he said. “It was something organised between Thiago Silva and one of my associates Benjamin Lyons.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
Oct. 2, 2007MIDLAND, Ga. – The West Florida Men’s Golf team completed the final round of the Aflac/Cougar Invitational Tournament Tuesday afternoon just three strokes behind Nova Southeastern University. The tournament was hosted by Columbus State University, and was played Monday and Tuesday on the Bull Creek West Course in Midland, Ga. The Event featured several of the pre-season top 10 teams in Division II, and is an important fall tournament for regional rankings.The UWF team was in 2nd place following the first round, while the Argos Tobias Rosendahl (Fr. / Sweden) was the first round Individual leader with a three under par, 69. Teammate Kyle Scott (Fr. / South Africa) was one under par with a 71 and tied for 6th place. The event features 18 teams and 92 individuals. After the first round, Nova Southeastern University was the team leader with a score of 287. West Florida was two strokes behind at 289, while Valdosta State was third with 291.For the second round, the Argos shot a team the third best team score of 290, with only Valdosta State 9285) and Barry University (286) shooting better. Rosendahl again had the Argos best individual score with a two under par 70, to land him in second place prior to the start of the final round with a score of 139. Will Wilcox of Clayton State University, shot a tournament best seven under par 65 to give him the individual lead with an eight under par 136 thru the first two rounds. Wilcox would hold on to the lead in round three to shot a total of 207 (nine under par).Nova Southeastern had the best team score with 869, with the Argos right behind with 872. The University of South Carolina – Aiken finished third with an 873, and Valdosta State finished fourth with a score of 876. Rosendahl finished 5th individually with rounds of 69, 70, 75 for a two under par 214. Teammate Kyle Scott finished right behind in 6th place with scores of 71, 73, 71 for a one under par 215. Matthew Galloway (Sr. / Valrico, Fla.) shot rounds of 74, 73, 75 for a six over par 222, while Kevin Cooper (Fr. / Tallahassee, Fla.) finished with rounds of 75, 78, and 72 for a nine over par 225.To round out the scoring for UWF was Federico Damus (Sr. / Argentina) with scores of 77, 74, and 82 for a total of 233. The Argos were coming off an outstanding tournament showing against Division I schools last week in Farmingdale, NY., and continued that competitive play this weekend against some of the regions top Division II schools. The Argos will get another shot at Nova Southeastern, as they both play in the NSU Shark Invitational tournament on October 15th and 16th in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Print Friendly Version Share UWF Men’s Golf Finishes in 2nd place out of 18 teams at the Aflac/Cougar Invitational
Batesville, In. — Happy Birthday, Indiana! By: Lucy Meyer, 4th grade student, St. Louis SchoolFourth Grade SLS students do fun activities to celebrate Indiana’s statehood! On December 11, 2018, the 4th grade students participated by making play dough sculptures of Indiana. We also made a tin punch of Indiana, stamp drawing, pin the star on Indianapolis, and a Kahoot! about facts of Indiana. Parents came to help with the party too! The cross stitch was many kids’ favorite. Leigh Walmsley said that her favorite station was the tin punch because it was loud! A large amount of people liked making whirly gigs and had fun playing with them. It was a great day for a celebration! **This content was provided completely by St. Louis Catholic School students Photo: (L-R) Griffin Koester, Carson Hartwell, Andrea Meyer (parent helper), Avery Austin, Grace Gutzwiller, and Leigh Walmsley
Statewide—The Indiana State Department of Health has reported that 440 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19. A total of 40,786 Indiana residents have tested positive for the coronavirus. To date, 363,745 tests have been reported to ISDH at an 11.2% positive rate and 16 new deaths were reported for a total of 2,265 Hoosiers have died to date.Locally Dearborn County has a total of 180 cases and 22 deaths reported, Decatur County has a total of 237 positive cases and 32 deaths, Franklin County has 120 positive cases and 8 deaths, and Ripley County has 111 positive cases and 6 deaths according to numbers reported to the Indiana State Department of Health.
Press Association “It absolutely poured down so he hated the ground, anyway, but when he returned we found out he just wasn’t quite right. “Noel (Fehily) is such a great horseman and they seem to suit each other down to the ground. “As Special Tiara is such a fluent jumper he doesn’t need much instruction and Noel lets him get on with it. “The fact Un De Sceaux isn’t running might mean we get an easy lead, but even though people say we have to lead that’s not true. “He didn’t make all (the running) at Sandown, and when he won his Grade One as a novice at Aintree, Bryan Cooper realised Overturn wanted to lead so he let him go on. “It’s more important he gets into a rhythm with his jumping than leading, and that is normally a case of if the ground is too soft or not.” The race has lost a little of its lustre with Simonsig ruled out with lameness. The grey, twice a winner at the Cheltenham Festival, was all set for his first run over fences since the 2013 Arkle Trophy having returned from over two years off with a fine run over hurdles at Aintree last month. Trainer Nicky Henderson told Press Association Sport: “Simonsig is not running, he’s lame. He was OK, Barry (Geraghty) came in and rode him and he schooled, but unfortunately he is lame tonight. I honestly don’t know why – it is so, so cruel. I’m desperately sorry for Ronnie (Bartlett, owner), he has waited over two years to get him here. Henry de Bromhead’s well-backed charge won the Celebration Chase over this course and distance in April but tailed off on his reappearance in the Fortria Chase. Owner Sally Rowley-Williams said: “He wasn’t 100 per cent the last time he ran. Connections of Special Tiara are looking for further Grade One glory when he takes in the Betfair Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown. “He schooled this morning and he was fine. It’s horrible, especially given we had got a prep run into him that had gone so well.” It is a further blow for the race, with Un De Sceaux ruled out by Willie Mullins on Wednesday, when he was described as a “little flat”. Henderson will still be represented in the Grade One showpiece by Josses Hill.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Quentin Hillsman knows what doomed his Syracuse team in its loss to Oklahoma on Monday. It’s the same shortcoming that has troubled the Orange time and time again this season.And the SU head coach is starting to feel like a broken record trying to explain his team’s Achilles heel.‘We got to make shots. There’s not really too many ways to keep phrasing that,’ Hillsman said in a phone interview. ‘We’re getting shots, we got to make shots. I think we took 69 shots tonight, that’s a lot of shots. We got to make sure that we make them.’Syracuse (8-4, 0-1 Big East) failed to connect on enough shots to keep pace with Oklahoma in a blowout loss, falling 82-63 at the Duel in the Desert in Las Vegas. The Orange shot 27.5 percent from the field — making just 19-of-69 shot attempts — while the Sooners (6-3) caught fire, shooting 44.1 percent from the field and 55.6 percent from 3-point range. For Hillsman, the heavily slanted numbers on the stat sheet effectively explain his team’s loss.SU will try to bounce back in its third and final game at the tournament in Las Vegas when it takes on Ohio (6-6) on Tuesday at 3 p.m.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange found itself playing from behind all game due to its shooting struggles, hitting 1-of-8 from the field to start the game. The Orange fell behind 11-2 just four minutes into the first half and was never able to cut into the Sooners’ commanding lead. SU went into halftime down by 12.‘When you dig a hole against a team like that, it’s tough to fight out because they’re a very good basketball team and they’re very disciplined,’ Hillsman said. ‘It’s a situation of when you get yourself in a hole like that you have to find a way to fight out of it and we just didn’t do it tonight.’Oklahoma’s disciplined approach on offense proved to be an effective one. Guard Morgan Hook led the Sooners with 21 points, forward Joanna McFarland added 19, and Aaryn Ellenberg chipped in with 16 of her own. The backcourt tandem of Hook and Ellenberg shot a scorching 8-of-11 from beyond the arc to help build and maintain OU’s sizable lead.Hillsman said the Sooners spread the Orange out on defense, making it tough to get to their shooters on the perimeter. And the head coach said they were patient, often knocking down the big 3s with the shot clock winding down.The Sooners trio of scorers came out of the break and keyed a 9-2 run that expanded their lead to 55-36 nearly four minutes into the second half. The run put an end to any prayer for a comeback for SU as the Orange shot 7-of-31 from the field.Hillsman said SU centers Kayla Alexander and Shakeya Leary, who combined to shoot 6-of-18 from the field for 13 points, were bothered by the formidable presence of Oklahoma’s frontcourt of the 6-foot-3 McFarland and 6-foot-6 center Nicole Griffin.With the inside game neutralized, SU’s guards got open looks. But as Hillsman said, the shooting woes continued and they couldn’t knock down the shots to get back into the game.‘We need to make shots again. We’re getting up-and-down in these games where we’re not making shots,’ he said. ‘I thought the kids really really played hard and competed but obviously, you have to make shots to win a basketball game.’firstname.lastname@example.org Published on December 19, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Ryne: email@example.com Comments
Hailey Logan, a freshman majoring in biological sciences, hula hoops at Hoopnotica’s Hoop Jam, held Monday in the Lyon Center. The Hoop Jam taught students the basics of Hoopnotica’s, a hula hoop aerobics program, and was part of the Pac-12 Best of the West Fitness Challenge, a weeklong fitness competition among Pac-12 schools.Jennifer Schultz | Daily Trojan
Team Nigeria cricketers celebrates a wicket For the first time, the ICC World Cup trophy has not only visited countries taking part in the tournament and traditional cricket nations, but also places where cricket is rapidly growing such as Nigeria, Rwanda, Nepal, Germany and United States.According to the Vice President of Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF), Uyi Akpata, Lagos and Abuja will host the trophy on February 11 to 13 with Abuja being the first point of call.Disclosing this at the three-day ICC-backed seminar tagged Commercial Strategy and Development Workshop in Lagos, Akpata said the new board would make efforts to lift the fortune of the sport as plans are in place to ensure that cricket lost glory is restored.In its nine-month journey across the globe, cricket fans will get up close to the highly coveted trophy.The trophy will arrive Rwanda tomorrow for its three-day tour and from Rwanda, the trophy will head to Nigeria, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany – in that order – before arriving in England and Wales on February 19 for a 100-day domestic Trophy Tour as part of the build-up to this year’s World Cup finals tournament from May 30 to July 14 in Wales and England.With more stops than ever before, the trophy started its journey from the ICC headquarters in Dubai on August 27, 2018.Meanwhile, it was cheering news for NCF as the Nigeria female team has been ranked 36 in the world T-20 international.According to the current publication by ICC on www.icc-cricket.com, Nigeria female team ranked 36th out of the 50 countries on the World T-20 International radar.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Nigeria continues to get global attention for its efforts to revive the fortune of cricket as the International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup Trophy will berth in Nigeria for the first time.Being a historic visit, the trophy will travel across five continents, 21 countries and over 60 cities to mark the “most connected Trophy Tour ever” leading up to the 2019 ICC World Cup finals tournament in Wales and England.Nigeria is one of the four African countries to host the trophy, while others are Rwanda, Kenya and South Africa.