The Indiana Boys High School Basketball Sectional Pairings Show will be on The Sports Voice-Country 103.9 WRBI this Sunday Afteroon (2-23) from 3:30-5 PM with The IHSAA and Indiana Sports Talk with Bob Lovell.Batesville Bulldogs Coach Aaron Garrett will be among the guest coaches.Find out where your favorite teams will be playing during The Sectionals.Pairings will be posted on www.wrbiradio.com.
The BMS 7th grade volleyball team lost a close first match of the season vs. Greensburg by the scores 25-17; 25-19.Leading servers were Macy Prickel with 8 points including 6 aces and Ellie Cassidy with 5 points. Prickel had 9 good sets, while Sydney Huffner and Biz Mullen led the offensive attack with 4 and 3 hits respectively.The BMS 8th grade volleyball team fell to Greensburg in 3 contested games. Scores were 22-25; 25-16; 15-12.Batesville was led in serving by Katie Bohman and Maggie Walsman who both connected on 11 of 13 serves earning 9 and 7 points respectively. Hattie Westerfeld and Caitlynn Werner led the team with 4 and 2 kills in the front line.The teams will travel to JCD on Thursday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Shelly Prickel.
Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year10 Characters Who Deserve To Be Official Disney PrincessesThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her GrandsonPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldIt Might Be Quentin Tarantino’s Last MovieWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny Mason Greenwood offered a grovelling apology after his Covid-19 hotel shame and admitted he let Gareth Southgate down. Greenwood, 18, and Phil Foden, 20, were thrown out of England’s squad for meeting girls at a hotel after Saturday’s 1-0 win in Reykjavik. Before boarding a private plane flying them back to Manchester, the duo were hit with a £1,360 fine by Icelandic authorities for the coronavirus breach. Foden first issued an apology and now Greenwood has followed by promising it was a “lesson I will learn from”. He said: “Having now had the chance to reflect on what’s happened, I can only apologise to everyone for the embarrassment I have caused. “It was irresponsible of me to break the COVID-19 protocols which are in place to protect players, staff and the public. “In particular, I want to apologise to Gareth Southgate, for letting him down, when he had shown great trust in me. “Playing for England was one of the proudest moments in my life and I only have myself to blame for this huge mistake. “I promise my family, the fans, Manchester United and England that this is a lesson I will learn from.” Both players had made their international debuts in the Nations League win – Foden started the game and Greenwood came off the bench – but will miss tonight’s clash with Denmark and possibly another three games as punishment. Their clubs did not hold back when condemning their actions in brutal statements. A comment from United said: “Manchester United are liaising with the Football Association and are disappointed with the actions of Mason Greenwood over this situation.” City followed up: “It is clear that Phil’s actions were totally inappropriate. “His behaviour not only directly contravenes strict guidelines related to Covid-19, but also falls well below the standard expected of a Manchester City player and England international.” Reports from Iceland, including from newspaper DV, suggested the two girls posted photographs of the players on Snapchat. The squad were exempt from Iceland’s quarantine procedures but still had strict rules to follow and were not allowed to meet any person outside the bubble. read also:Shamed Foden snapped showing bum to girls he and Greenwood smuggled into team hotel Foden and Greenwood met Icelandic model Nadia Sif Lindal Gunnarsdottir, 20, and her 19-year-old cousin Lara Clausen. Nadia revealed she had been chatting to Manchester United forward Greenwood before England travelled to Reykjavik. A video later surfaced showing the girls on the phone to the footballers as they planned their route into the hotel. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
“He has done a wonderful job and we very much wanted him to stay. A search has now begun for a successor. “It is business as usual and we will ensure that the manager, team and staff at the club have all the help and support they need.” It is understood Cortese had been contemplating quitting due to divisions between him and Liebherr, who took over as the south-coast outfit’s owner after the death of her father Markus Liebherr in 2010. Cortese became executive chairman in 2009 after being instrumental in the Liebherr purchase of the club earlier that year, and has since overseen Southampton’s rise from League One to the Barclays Premier League. The Italian’s departure is sure to cast doubt over the future of Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino. There was talk of Cortese considering his position in May, and Pochettino subsequently warned he too would leave Southampton if the executive chairman chose to do so. Argentinian Pochettino, appointed as successor to Nigel Adkins in January 2013, said last year: “I would not understand staying in this role if Nicola was not here. “The person that actually called me from the start, told me about the project and put their faith in me was Nicola. Press Association “I have great respect as well for Southampton, the club and the supporters, but Nicola has been the one that has placed his trust and faith in me. “I wouldn’t see myself in this club if it was not for him. “I think I am a very transparent person, a very honest person. “We are on the same wavelength about the club and the future of the club so it really would not make any sense if I was at this club and he was not.” Having entered administration just prior to the Liebherr takeover, Southampton began Cortese’s first season as executive chairman with a 10-point deduction but soon rose from the bottom of the third tier. They achieved back-to-back promotions in 2010/11 and 2011/12 as Adkins, brought in as a replacement for Alan Pardew, guided them to the Championship and then Premier League. After the controversial sacking of Adkins, Pochettino led the Saints to a 14th-placed finish last term, with them ending their comeback top-flight campaign five points clear of the relegation zone. Southampton are currently ninth in the table and their next match is a league trip to Sunderland on Saturday. The club made the announcement on their official Twitter feed, adding that a search has begun for a new chief executive officer. Club owner Katharina Liebherr, who in a reshuffle becomes non-executive chairman, said: “With great regret we have accepted the resignation of Mr Cortese. Southampton executive chairman Nicola Cortese has resigned from his post at the club.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Syracuse headed into its final weekend against Cincinnati and Louisville aware of the challenge that was in store. Two of the best teams in the conference stood as the final two opponents for the Orange’s season. And both lived up to the challenge. SU (23-9, 5-9 Big East) lost both matches in a weekend that put an end to the Orange’s roller coaster season. It’s ended a year during which the Orange went from the best start in program history to playing itself out of the playoffs. Still, Syracuse didn’t go down without a fight. ‘We knew this was going to be the toughest weekend,’ assistant coach Carol LaMarche said. ‘They’ve been one and two in the conference all the way up to this weekend.’ Syracuse battled No. 19 Cincinnati to take the first two sets. Everything was in SU’s favor. The Orange had all the momentum and seemed to be cruising to a victory. There was an unmistakable feeling that there was potential for something special to happen.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text The match had everything it needed to be a monumental victory for the Orange. The underdog was on its way to taking down the conference powerhouse, which stood on its side of the court, shocked at what was happening. ‘We were just working out butts off,’ SU outside hitter Hayley Todd said. ‘We were just fighting together. We gave it everything we had.’ The feelings of the two teams going into the break after the first two sets could not have been more different. Syracuse was rolling and didn’t want to have to stop playing. Cincinnati needed the 10 minutes to create a new game plan. And it worked. Syracuse was one set away from sending Cincinnati home with just its second conference loss. The Bearcats just wouldn’t have it. Cincinnati woke up and regained the momentum and control to win the next three sets. New plan. New adjustments. That’s all it needed. ‘They started tipping a lot more, they had been hitting a lot of deep balls that we were picking up and blocking,’ Todd said. ‘They definitely adjusted their attacking.’ Cincinnati started to attack like the nationally ranked team it is. The Orange caught the Bearcats off guard in the first two sets. That was all Cincinnati needed to see. They figured everything out to send SU to a heartbreaking loss. Syracuse was so close but couldn’t prevail. Against Louisville, there was once again the feeling that Syracuse could pull out a huge win. The Orange came out strong, taking the first set 25-15. But just like against the Bearcats, the Cardinals didn’t let the Orange get too far. This time, SU only won one set before going on to lose the next three. ‘They’re definitely just a strong, high-blocking team,’ outside hitter Mindy Stanislovaitis said. ‘We don’t see that a lot in the Big East, they’re probably the biggest team we’ve seen all season.’ From that point on, Louisville completely took Syracuse out of the match. Against the Bearcats, the Orange battled for the whole match. Against the Cardinals, it didn’t have much of a chance after the first set. Louisville went on a 9-0 run in the second set to take it 25-12. The Syracuse team that dominated the first set looked nothing like the team on the court for the final three sets. Digs were missed. Errors were made. But the biggest problem of all was that it couldn’t get anything past Louisville. ‘They’re a good team, they always peak at the end of the year,’ LaMarche said. ‘They were reading what we were doing. You have to give them credit.’ The loss wrapped up Syracuse’s weekend and its season. It was a season of highs and lows, with the program-record start and the tumble in Big East play. And it all culminated with the highs and lows in these two matches. Said LaMarche: ‘It’s unfortunate we put ourselves in this situation, but we tried to step up to the challenge.’ firstname.lastname@example.org Published on November 14, 2010 at 12:00 pm Contact Chris: email@example.com | @chris_iseman
Facebook Twitter Google+ Alex Halis walked away dejectedly after his point-blank shot bounced off Boston College goalkeeper Alex Kapp’s fingertips late in the second half. Chris Nanco hung his head after Kapp made a leaping save on a floater to the top of the goal. Korab Syla lay on the ground, clutching his face after his open shot sailed well over the goal in overtime.But with 7:21 left in the second and final overtime, a game that seemingly contradicted Syracuse’s 14-2-1 season suddenly fit into the rest of the narrative.Skylar Thomas broke through a scrum in front of the goal, pumping his fist and running up the SU sideline celebrating his goal that decided a game that close all night.“I can’t even remember much,” Thomas said. “But I think (the ball) came down on my foot, and I just hit it on net, and it went in.”The No. 3 Orange (14-2-1, 5-2-1 Atlantic Coast) overcame 12 missed shots and nine unconverted corners in the second half and overtime to win 2-1 over Boston College (5-8-3, 1-6-1) on senior night at SU Soccer Stadium on Friday. The Orange dominated possession and shots in the second half, and it paid off in the game’s waning moments.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse is now guaranteed to host an ACC tournament quarterfinal game on Nov. 9, one season after missing the tournament completely.“For us today, it shows a lot of character, a lot of resolve to come back, and it took overtime,” SU head coach Ian McIntyre said. “You may argue that this is one of the bigger wins for our program.“We created a lot of chances tonight, but to get that last one was important.”Boston College got on the board just 11 minutes in when Diego Medina-Mendez sent a shot across the box. The shot missed his teammates, Syracuse defenders, and eventually the hands of goalkeeper Alex Bono as it hit the bottom-left corner of the goal.Mendez, shocked, looked back a moment before raising his arms up in the air.But Syracuse got it back just over 17 minutes later. Right wing Oyvind Alseth got trucked inside the box and moments later Nick Perea was celebrating his penalty kick equalizer.The Orange, facing a deficit for the first time since Sept. 13, had dug its way out. Now it was Syracuse on the offensive, getting every opportunity.It’s second goal seemed like it would be inevitable, but time after time it escaped SU.“Since we haven’t been down, we didn’t know how to react,” Thomas said. “But we reacted properly, we raised our level.”After the first overtime, McIntyre walked out to the field, a smile on his face. He walked up to the individual players walking slowly off the field and started clapping to them.A crowd that had grown accustomed to cheering, whether from the full stands or the hill behind the far side goal had spent a night groaning with missed opportunities.And on SU’s final chance of the night, the roar of the crowd was faint. A mess of players blocked the view of the goal, as the play that unfolded was out of the fans’ sight. But as Thomas emerged, his 6-foot, 3-inch frame escaping every one of his frantic teammates, the cheer became louder and louder.“One word,” Alex Halis used to describe the game. “Heart. We’ve got heart. We fought and we fought. Coach always told us that we’re a second half team, and we proved it tonight. Comments Published on November 1, 2014 at 12:08 am Contact Sam: firstname.lastname@example.org | @SamBlum3
Shane Lowry was level through 12 holes, RoryMcIlroy 4 over after 13 with Graeme McDowell yet to tee off when play finished for the day.Defending Champion Jordan Spieth is 1 over as Andrew Landry leads on 3 under.
The Irish boxers, men’s hockey team and the remainder of the sailing squad are among the athletes set to return from Rio.The flight is due to touch-down at Dublin Airport just after 5pm.
Spanish giants Barcelona will not be able to sign any players until Janyary 2016, once the current transfer window closes after their FIFA appeal was rejected.The Spaniards were given the 14-month ban after being found to have breached rules on signing international players under the age of 18.However the ban was suspended until the hearing of their appeal, which has allowed them to spend over £120m this summer on new players, including Liverpool’s Luis Suarez. The club’s only course of action will be to take the case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas), incidentally where Suarez last week had his four month footballing ban amended so that he could train with his team.The ban will start in the next transfer window, early next year, which means their summer acquisitions will be unaffected.And the Catalan club could, if they wanted, sign more players before the current transfer window ends on 31 August. In a statement, the club said it would “continue defending its interests before the highest sporting authority, in this case the Court of Arbitration for Sport”.Barcelona added that the punishment was an “affront to the spirit” of their “world renowned” academy La Masia, which is regarded as being the foundation of the club’s success in recent years. The academy has produced players such as, Xavi and Lionel Messi who have been vital to the team’s dominance in recent years.The Catalans will also have to pay a fine of 450,000 Swiss Francs (£305,000) and in a brief statement by FIFA, they said “FC Barcelona is to serve a transfer ban which will see the club prevented from registering any players at both national and international level for two complete and consecutive transfer periods.”The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has been told to pay a fine of 500,000 Swiss Francs (£340,000) and told to “regularise its regulatory framework and existing system concerning the international transfer of minors in football” within a year.
With the 18 of 30 shooting night, James set a new scoring season-high, just two games after a 44-point night in a win over the Portland Trail Blazers at home. The Lakers have now won seven of their last nine games, and got some of their mojo back after a blowout loss to Orlando that James said “shell-shocked” the team.Ahead is Cleveland, where James will make his second debut in eight years as a opponent rather than a hometown hero. The villain’s welcome he received back in 2010, however, is likely to be tempered by James’ championship season in 2016.James suggested he’ll pour out his reflections before the Wednesday tip.“I will think about some of the good, I will think about some of the bad, I will think about some of the great that I had with the franchise,” he said. “And then once the tip ball gets going, it is time to go to work.” Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years It wouldn’t be his last.In all, James scored 19 points in the first quarter alone, stepping out for deep threes, spinning on stepback jumpers and finding his way in the paint for jams. He shot 8 for 10 in the first quarter; the Heat as a team were 8 for 22 with 21 points in the same segment.“When he’s hitting shots like that, what do you want us to do?” Heat center Hassan Whiteside said later. “He was shooting 30-foot bombs. It’s tough.”James never seemed to lose a certain control over the game: By halftime, he had 28 points, and three quarters in, he had 42. He found ways to attack from all over the court, and he got most of the whistles he wanted.Even his final shot had some flair: a 32-footer from the wing that pushed him past the 50-point plateau. He pointed to the Lakers bench and smiled, answering an apparent dare from teammate Lance Stephenson.“He said, ‘Go for the 3, I bet you won’t go for the 3,’” James said. “So I went for the 3. So I was pointing right at Lance.”The Lakers (9-7) veered into familiar territory late as a sky-scraping dunk by Derrick Jones Jr. cut the lead, which was double digits for much of the night, to eight points. But steering clear of some of the nail-biters earlier in the season, the Lakers got a lay-up from Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (19 points) and a pair of free throws by James. The Heat missed their final four shots of the game in the last three-and-a-half minutes.Frustration apparently built up for Miami: Midway through the fourth quarter, Josh Richardson (5 personal fouls) threw a fit that culminated with him tossing one of shoes into the stands. He was summarily ejected, but not before he knocked over a chair on his way to the locker room.Related Articles AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersBut even though it looked like the LeBron James of years ago, what made the feat more incredible that it wasn’t LeBron James of years ago. It’s James in his 16th season, notching at least 50 points for the 12th time in his career, and he’s still capable of dominating nights. Only Kobe Bryant, in his very last game with the Lakers, has ever done it before in his 16th season or later.Taking care of his body is something James (who turns 34 in December) takes great pride in — maybe the most pride in. After icing his legs and feet in the locker room, he said as much to the crowd of media who gathered to see his return.“For me, I put so much craft, so much mind and so much time in my body,” he said. “And being available for my teammates is the most important thing to me. … I know if I put in the work and be true to the game, everything else takes care of itself.”No Laker has ever put a bigger individual bruising on the Heat: James surpassed the team scoring record against Miami, set by Bryant in 2004.James gave early notice that he was going off: On his very first bucket of the night, he got a steal to initiate a fast break that he finished with a powerful dunk, a vintage trademark of the dominance he once held playing nightly in American Airlines Arena. Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs MIAMI — On restless nights this season, Erik Spoelstra has flipped on the television to gaze into the past.He watches West Coast games, perhaps with a special eye for the Lakers, who are led by the star he once coached. Has LeBron James changed much since his Miami days? The Heat coach laughed.“He’s timeless,” Spoelstra said. “I just think you can book it every year – 27, 8 and 7. Doesn’t matter what uniform, doesn’t matter what year, doesn’t matter how old.”PreviousLakers forward LeBron James scores during the first quarter of an NBA game against the Miami Heat, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Miami, Fla. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James scores during the first quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Miami, Fla. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)Lakers forward LeBron James keeps the ball from Miami Heat forward Justise Winslow during the first half of an NBA game Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Miami. James scored 51 points in the Lakers’ 113-97 win. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsLos Angeles Lakers forward Brandon Ingram drives as Miami Heat forward Rodney McGruder defends during the first half of an NBA basketball game Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Miami. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James drives the ball to the basket against Miami Heat guard Wayne Ellington during the first half of an NBA basketball game Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Miami. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)Miami Heat guard Josh Richardson, left, Los Angeles Lakers center JaVale McGee, center, and Heat center Hassan Whiteside are unable to come up with a rebound during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Miami. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)Los Angeles Lakers forward Brandon Ingram drives the ball to the basket against Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside during the first half of an NBA basketball game on Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Miami. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James arrives before an NBA basketball game against Miami Heat, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Miami, Fla. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James scores during the first quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Miami, Fla. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)Lakers forward LeBron James scores during the first quarter of an NBA game against the Miami Heat, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Miami, Fla. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James scores during the first quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Miami, Fla. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)NextShow Caption1 of 9Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James scores during the first quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Miami, Fla. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)ExpandIn his first return to Miami since becoming a Laker, James looked very much like his old self, pouring in 51 points and making the process look effortless. The Lakers rode his performance to a 113-97 win over the Heat (6-10), a critical bounce-back win on an emotional road trip that will next lead James back to Cleveland.