The SDMS AquaTrojans are a perfect 4-0 after a trip to Lawrenceburg to take on the Greendale Bengals on Tuesday night.The boys won 103-20 and the girls were victorious by a score of 125-20.Individual Winner include: Mackenzie Schantz-200 Free, 50 Fly; Matthew Badinghaus-200 Freestyle; Michaela Cassidy-100 IM, 50 Breaststroke; Jacob Weber-100 IM, 50 Fly; Grace Crane-50 Free, 50 Backstroke; Evan Ludwig-50 Free; Troy Shumate-100 Freestyle, 50 Backstroke; Hannah Weber-400 Freestyle; Noah Arnold-400 Freestyle; and Jackson Ketcham-50 Breaststroke.The AquaTrojans were perfect on all relays and are 21/22 on the year. The next meet is Monday against the Centerville Bulldogs. Go AquaTrojans.Courtesy of Aqua Trojans Coach Brandon Loveless.
Area Football Friday Sectional Scores.Sectional Semi-Finals. (10-27)Class 3A-Sectional 31North Harrison 20 Batesville 19Lawrenceburg 43 Greensburg 14Class 4A-Sectional 23East Central 51 South Dearborn 0Silver Creek 7 Franklin County 6Class 2A-Sectional 37Triton Central 21 Milan 15Indy Scecina 41 Eastern Hancock 7Class 1A-Sectional 46Indy Lutheran 55 South Decatur 12Hagerstown 33 Tri 14
RelatedPosts Aguero could be out of action until November, Guardiola says David Silva recovers from COVID-19 Man City top players test positive for coronavirus Manchester City survived an early scare to see off Port Vale 4-1 in the FA Cup third round tie at the Etihad Stadium. Much of the pre-match build-up was dominated by Tom Pope’s Twitter jibe at John Stones as the pair came head-to-head, with Stones handed a rare start in place of Nicolas Otamendi. Pep Guardiola named a strong line-up, including David Silva and Sergio Aguero, in his starting XI, while Phil Foden was handed another chance to impress. But it was the League Two side who almost silenced the Etihad Stadium inside 15 seconds when Pope crossed back for Scott Burgess and his well-struck effort was deflected wide. That early chance seemed to give Man City a wake-up call they needed as they began to push back the visitors and found their way through after 19 minutes. Oleksandr Zinchenko decided to strike one from 25 yards out and his low powerful strike took a nick off Leon Legge before nestling in the corner. The FA Cup holders began to dominate proceedings with Foden going close before Silva somehow struck the bar from three yards out. Having spent long spells of the half defending inside their own area, Port Vale hit back with an equaliser – and in some style too. David Amoo raced down the right flank and floated in a superb delivery, and there was Pope to beat Harwood-Bellis to the ball and head past Bravo. But the loud chants from the away end didn’t last for long. City restored their lead just seven minutes later when Foden’s volleyed cross was bundled home by Aguero and after a VAR check for offside, the goal was allowed to stand. Guardiola must have said something at the break because his side came racing out of the blocks with Aguero and Foden both missing golden chances to make it 3-1. VAR played a part once again as Stones fired home from Angelino’s header across the six-yard box, investigating a possible offside. But the replay showed that Taylor Harwood-Bellis, the 17-year-old defender, was onside as he diverted the ball home from a yard out. City were simply going through the motions as they searched for a fourth. And they made it count with a quarter of an hour left when the excellent Foden slotted home from Angelino’s cross to seal a comfortable win for the holders.Tags: FA CupManchester CityNicolas OtamendiPort ValeSergio Aguero
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has been fined £8,000 by the Football Association for comments he made in the wake of Aston Villa’s 2-1 Barclays Premier League defeat at Chelsea last month. “The misconduct charge, which Lambert admitted, was that the comments implied the match referee was motivated by bias; and/or brought the game into disrepute, in contravention of FA Rule E3 (1).” Lambert clashed with Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho in the technical area following the incident and told the media afterwards: “We’ve been done by two decisions that were wrong. “Decisions like that, I don’t think you can miss them, I really don’t. They’re big game-changers. My team never deserved that.” Lambert was furious after Branislav Ivanovic was only booked by referee Kevin Friend for a foul on Christian Benteke – then went on to head home Chelsea’s late winner – and also insisted his side should have had a penalty for an apparent handball by John Terry. The FA said in a statement: “Following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing, Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has been fined £8,000 in relation to post-match media comments he made after his side’s game against Chelsea on 21 August 2013. Press Association
ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth softball team beat John Bapst 6-1 on Tuesday to increase its winning streak to five games.Ellsworth’s Kate Whitney struck out 10 batters, walking one and giving up just three hits to lead the Eagles (6-2) past John Bapst (4-5).Caitlin Bean went 3-for-3 and scored two runs to pace the Ellsworth offense. Breann Cummings added a single and two RBIs while Arianna Peterson and Katie Bagle each singled and had an RBI. Hannah Sargent chipped in a single and scored a run.Old Town 13, MDI 3This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textAvalon Kerley paced Mount Desert Island (0-9) with three singles, and Brittany Corson had two en route to their loss to Old Town (8-1) on Tuesday.Narraguagus 21, Sumner 3Sumner (0-6) lost to Narraguagus (9-0) on Tuesday.Central 1, GSA 0Central (2-6) edged George Stevens Academy (3-6) on Tuesday. Hannah Peasley had a double for GSA.GSA 6, Mattanawcook 4GSA came back from being down 4-2 in the top of the seventh to defeat Mattanawcook (5-3) on Monday.After three walks, Katrina Limeburner singled to tie the game at 4-4 before Olivia Stevenson doubled to drive in the other two runs.Limeburner finished with two singles for GSA, and Allyson Snow picked up the complete-game win.Foxcroft 8, MDI 1Avalon Kerley, Cassidy Parady and Brittany Corson each had a hit for MDI in its loss to Foxcroft (4-3) on Saturday.Ellsworth 17, Caribou 0Breann Cummings singled twice, doubled and drove in three runs to help Ellsworth roll by Caribou (1-7) in the second game of a doubleheader for a sweep on Saturday.Ellsworth 11, Caribou 3Callie Hammer recorded two doubles, a single, four RBIs and three runs to propel Ellsworth past Caribou in the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader.DI-S 17, Jonesport-Beals 5Deer Isle-Stonington (1-2) beat Jonesport-Beals (0-5) on Friday.Mattanawcook 29, Sumner 0Mattanawcook beat Sumner on Friday.Dexter 5, GSA 3Katrina Limeburner had a solo home run in the first inning for GSA en route to its loss to Dexter (5-2) on Friday.Ellsworth 2, MDI 1Breann Cummings scored on a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the seventh to give Ellsworth the win over MDI on Friday.Cummings led off the inning by slamming a double off the left-field fence and advanced to third on Katie Bagley’s bunt single.GSA 11, Central 3Olivia Stevenson pitched a four-hitter, striking out seven to lead George Stevens by Central on Thursday.Katrina Limeburner had three singles while Sophia Steinbarger added a double and a single. Allyson Snow had one single and three RBIs while Mallory Charette added two singles and two RBIs.Searsport 20, Sumner 15Sumner lost to Searsport (1-6) on Wednesday.Bucksport 14, GSA 3MacKenzie Smith collected an inside-the-park home run and three singles with two RBIs to spark Bucksport (7-0) to the win over GSA on Wednesday.Maggie Bires drove in three runs with two singles, Kaylee Grindle singled twice, and Darian Jellison drove in two runs for Bucksport.Olivia Stevenson posted three singles, Hannah Peasley singled twice with two RBIs, and Katrina Limeburner had a double and two runs for GSA.Schenck 15, DI-S 1Amy Friedell singled for DI-S in its loss to Schenck (3-4) on Wednesday.
After two weeks, the jury is still out and the question remains:Which USC team will show up Saturday in Minnesota?Podcast: The Daily Trojan’s sports editors discuss Saturday’s game versus the Golden Gophers.Armed · Sophomore qurterback Matt Barkley has seven touchdown passes through two games this season, almost half of the total he threw in 2009. He leads the Trojans against Minnesota on Saturday looking to go undefeated in non-conference games. – Dieuwertje Kast | Daily TrojanAfter two uneven performances on both sides of the ball, the No. 18 Trojans (2-0) hope to see the explosive offense they showcased against Hawai’i and the stingy defense seen last week against Virginia in the 12:30 p.m. game.The Golden Gophers (1-1) have some questions to answer themselves, coming off a 41-38 loss to FCS opponent South Dakota. Minnesota coach Tim Brewster emphasized his team needed to move on and focus on the visiting Trojans.“It’s a big, physical, athletic football team,” Brewster said on Minnesota’s website. “They’ve got five-star football players across the board on their football team. A great deal of talent.”The Golden Gophers are led by the nation’s sixth-leading rusher in running back Duane Bennett, who has racked up 291 yards and two touchdowns on 48 carries.Minnesota quarterback Adam Weber, in his fourth year starting under center, has completed almost 65 percent of his passes and thrown three touchdowns.“They’re playing really well on offense,” USC coach Lane Kiffin said. “They’re running the ball extremely well, the tailback’s got a ton of yards [and] the quarterback’s rating is great.”Minnesota does not have as much going on defense (see the 41 points let up by South Dakota). Its defense returns only two starters from last year’s 6-7 squad.That could open the door for USC’s offense to have a more Hawai’i-type performance. If so, it will start with the running game. Redshirt junior running back Marc Tyler still leads the Pac-10 in rushing with 221 yards and is looking to bounce back after only 67 yards last week.More action is also expected from freshman running back Dillon Baxter, who made his debut against Virginia, carrying the ball nine times for 49 yards. It will be Baxter’s first road game after missing the Hawai’i game for violating team rules.“It should be a challenge,” Baxter said. “I guess people have been saying away games are pretty loud so we’ll see what happens.”USC’s offense also will need more stellar play from sophomore quarterback Matt Barkley.Despite throwing five touchdowns against Hawai’i, last week might have been Barkley’s more impressive performance considering how often he was forced to elude Virginia’s rush and throw on the run.The one unquestioned constant from USC’s first two games has been penalties. The Trojans lead the nation in the category, with 24 penalties for 240 yards.Kiffin said he would not discuss the issue with the media this week in hopes of taking pressure off his players.Injuries, especially on defense, will also be a concern as the Trojans struggle to stay fresh late into the game.Redshirt sophomore defensive lineman Nick Perry and junior defensive lineman Armond Armstead were limited in practice this week, and it will be a game-time decision as to whether the two play Saturday.Although the trip to Minnesota marks the Trojans’ second road trip of the year, this weekend marks the last one of this length.“This is two long trips in a row,” Kiffin said. “It’s good that we’ve done it before and it’s good that we’ve knocked the two long ones out right away.”The Trojans departed for Minneapolis Thursday after practice. USC has not faced Minnesota since 1980 but has won its last 10 straight contests against Big Ten opponents.
Published on January 11, 2016 at 2:31 pm Contact Sam: firstname.lastname@example.org | @SamBlum3 Facebook Twitter Google+ Cain stared three games in his sophomore year and 11 games in his senior year. He was featured on special teams his first season, and recorded the first solo sack of his career as a senior.Cain was from Washington, D.C. and played high school at Dunbar (Washington, D.C.) High School, where he was the D.C. Area Gatorade Player of the Year.Per a report from CNY Central in 2012, Cain was living at a homeless shelter in Syracuse. He had finished five classes short of receiving a degree from Syracuse. Comments Former Syracuse linebacker Luke Cain has died, per a tweet from his former coach Jonathan Jackowski. Cain played at Syracuse from 2003 until 2006. Cain was 33 years old.
World number one Simona Halep of Romania then takes on Ukraine’s fourth seed Elina Svitolina, with both women still able to reach the semi-finals heading into the final group matches.Muguruza proved too strong in the Wimbledon final in July. but three months later it was Williams who prevailed in straight sets.Both players struggled to hold serve in a see-saw opening set which was eventually won by Williams.Leading 6-5, the American took advantage of a loose game from Muguruza in which the Spaniard drove a forehand long with the court wide open.Before the second set, Muguruza’s coach Sam Sumyk urged her to commit more to her shots, instructing the Wimbledon champion to “miss on your terms”.The words seemed to have an effect on Muguruza, who stepped inside the baseline to break in the opening game of the second set.Muguruza could not sustain her advantage, however, and was pegged back instantly.Williams took advantage of further errors from Muguruza to seal the match and reach the fifth WTA Finals semi-final of her career.“I played an amazing opponent who has had an amazing year so I was so happy to win the last point,” Williams said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Venus Williams beat Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza in straight sets yesterday to reach the last four at the WTA Finals, ending the Spaniard’s hopes of finishing the year as world number one.The American, 37, won 7-5 6-4 in Singapore to secure second place in the White Group behind Karolina Pliskova.Czech Pliskova had already qualified, but ended the round-robin stage with a 6-3 6-1 loss to Jelena Ostapenko.Williams will play Caroline Wozniacki or Caroline Garcia in the semis.Denmark’s Wozniacki has guaranteed a semi-final place with two wins, and will win the White Group with victory over French eighth seed Garcia on Friday.
UK Hydrographic Office commissions survey of Jamaican waters The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) has commissioned survey vessels to capture high resolution bathymetric data in Jamaica waters.Will improve safety of ocean navigationThe UKHO in a statement on Tuesday said this is part of the UK’s Commonwealth Marine Economies (CME) Program.According to the UKHO, state-of-the-art equipment, will capture data in Kingston and Portland Bight. This information will be used to update nautical charts, which will improve the safety of navigation and help the island meet its international obligations to the Safety of Life at Sea Convention and sections of the III Code.“More accurate charts can enable larger ships to call, improving efficiency for cargo ships importing and exporting goods and attracting cruise ships – which should have a significant impact on the Jamaican economy,” UKHO said.Jamaica’s need for modern seabed mappingThe survey, which continues until mid-December, follows a Hydrographic Technical Assessment Visit conducted in January 2017, where local stakeholders such as the Maritime Administration, Port Authority and National Land Agency identified a range of activities in Jamaica that were impacted by its need for modern seabed mapping.This work forms part of the CME Program, a program delivered on behalf of the UK Government by the UKHO, the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) and the National Oceanography Centre (NOC).The program aims to support the sustainable growth of Commonwealth Small Island Developing States (SIDS) by making the most of their natural economic and environmental resources.The UKHO says in the future, it hopes to secure funding to help Jamaica build its seabed mapping capabilities, to enable ongoing support to efficiency of trade, cruise tourism and a range of infrastructure developments, as well as improving safety for both human and environmental concerns.For more on Jamaica, click the link: IDB and Jamaica sign multi-million dollar loan
Sign up for our Inside the Dodgers newsletter. Be the best Dodger fan you can be by getting daily intel on your favorite team. Subscribe here.When the Dodgers skipped town a week ago, they might have been trailed by angry villagers wielding pikes and torches. They had just been swept in a four-game series by the Cincinnati Reds and were in the throes of a six-game losing streak that would continue in Miami.They return on a four-game winning streak, matching their season-high, having swept a Nationals team that won 13 of 15 games before the Dodgers came to town.“A little bit of success kind of breeds confidence and takes that monkey off your back,” said Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner, who returned from his wrist injury at the start of this trip. “Get on a roll here, keep the momentum going. I think the confidence is back that they’re going to take a good at-bat every time. Bullpen did another outstanding job, covering a lot of innings this weekend.“I just think that little bit of swag, I guess, is back.”You want swag? Sunday’s starting pitcher Alex Wood even stole a base for the first time in his professional career. Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg was slow to the plate, no one was holding him at first base in the seventh inning so Wood told first-base coach George Lombard he was going. Lombard was “non-committal,” Wood said, probably trying to maintain plausible deniability.“I didn’t know he had the green light,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. “I was as surprised as anyone. He just went on his own.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error PreviousWashington Nationals’ Juan Soto looks from the dugout during a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)Los Angeles Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig breaks his bat as he hits into a double play during the eighth inning of the second baseball game of a doubleheader against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park, Saturday, May 19, 2018, in Washington. The Dodgers won 5-4. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)Los Angeles Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig celebrates his two-run home run during the eighth inning of a baseball game against the Washington Nationals, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsWashington Nationals’ Bryce Harper looks out from the dugout before a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg delivers during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Alex Wood delivers during the first inning of a baseball game against the Washington Nationals, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)Los Angeles Dodgers’ Logan Forsythe, left, is safe at second with a double against Washington Nationals shortstop Trea Turner, right, during the second inning of a baseball game, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg delivers during the third inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Alex Wood delivers during the fourth inning of a baseball game against the Washington Nationals, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)Washington Nationals’ Juan Soto stands in the dugout during a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)Washington Nationals’ Juan Soto bats during the eighth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)Washington Nationals’ Juan Soto looks from the dugout during a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)Los Angeles Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig breaks his bat as he hits into a double play during the eighth inning of the second baseball game of a doubleheader against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park, Saturday, May 19, 2018, in Washington. The Dodgers won 5-4. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)NextShow Caption1 of 11Los Angeles Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig breaks his bat as he hits into a double play during the eighth inning of the second baseball game of a doubleheader against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park, Saturday, May 19, 2018, in Washington. The Dodgers won 5-4. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)ExpandWASHINGTON, D.C. – The Dodgers returned home from their road trip Sunday night. You might not recognize them.They’re hitting home runs again. Moving runners and hitting with runners on base occasionally. The bullpen has even done its job.And – they’re winning again.Kike’ Hernandez and Yasiel Puig hit two-run home runs Sunday, lifting the Dodgers to a 7-2 victory and completing a three-game sweep of the Washington Nationals. Wood was safe at second but his left hamstring cramped up as he was warming up to pitch the bottom of the seventh and Roberts opted to pull him from the game. It’s probably a good reminder to the rest of the Dodgers not to get too far ahead of themselves with this four-game revival.“Any time you started the way we have it’s nice to come and play a quality team and get a sweep, especially the way we have with the doubleheader – three games in 48 hours,” said Wood, who held the Nationals to three hits in six innings. “It was a big series for us. You know you look for that marquee win or wins in a series against a team like the Nats, a playoff contender. Now you hope you go back home and hopefully turn the corner. I guess we’ll find out this week.”Hernandez was looking to turn a corner of his own. After striking out in his first at-bat against Strasburg Sunday, Hernandez was 5 for 37 (.135) with 14 strikeouts in May.“I think I’ve been the team’s worst hitter this month,” said Hernandez, who has been “working really hard in the cage” to make some changes in his approach that will simplify his swing.He kept it simple in his next at-bat, jumping on a first-pitch fastball from Strasburg in the fifth inning and driving it into the visitors’ bullpen for a two-run home run.“I was just trying to get a hit with a runner on base,” Hernandez said. “I feel like it’s been three months and I haven’t got one since spring training. I was trying to get a hit and used a very strong man’s bat and it went out.”Hernandez identified that very strong man as “my dad” – Chase Utley, who picked the bat for him Sunday.Strong as Puig is, he went without a home run in his first 108 plate appearances this season. His two-run shot in the eighth inning was his fourth homer in his next 25 plate appearances and it gave some breathing room to a bullpen that pitched 15 innings in about 28 hours at Nationals Park. The relief corps that had been a stack of Jenga blocks waiting to collapse on a nightly basis put up zeroes in 14 of those 15 innings.