The Batesville High School Men’s and Women’s Swimming teams traveled to Indianapolis to swim in the iconic IU Natatorium against 17 other teams in the Brebeuf Jesuit “Schools with No Pools” Invitational. Overall, the Bulldogs had a great night of competition with the Lady Bulldogs coming in 8th and the Boys finishing in 4th. The sectional meet will be hosted at Columbus North High School in Columbus, IN. The women will compete in preliminary action on Feb 6 at 5:30pm with finals on Feb 8 beginning at 1:00pm. The boys will compete at the same location and timeframe two weeks later on Feb 20 and 22. Roncalli 307Cathedral 299Brebeuf 295Bishop Chatard 236Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter 221Guerin Catholic 160International 119Batesville 107Herron 105University 100Heritage Christian 92Oldenburg Academy 55Park Tudor 44Scecina Memorial 43Trinity Lutheran 40Greenwood Christian 32Owen Valley 22Lafayette Central Catholic 21 UP NEXTThe Batesville Bulldogs swim team will be closing out the season in the State Tournament with sectionals coming up in February. BULLDOG TOP FINISHERSJV 200 Medley Relay (2nd, 2:11.72) — Joseph Shroder, Ciaran Tyrer, Derek VanSickle, Nathan Villani200 Medley Relay (1st, 1:48.97) — Will Johnson, Ben Moster, Ethan Brewer, Sean Callahan Quinn Rasnick — 200 Free (10th, 2:13.92); 500 Free (6:17.70)Grant Story — 200 Free (15th, 2:18.16)Sean Callahan — 200 IM (5th, 2:17.78); 500 Free (5th, 5:36.68)Ben Moster — 200 IM (10th, 2:22.23); 100 Breast (1st, 1:06.57)Joseph Shroder — JV 50 Free (2nd, 27.68)Austin Pohlman — JV 50 Free (3rd, 27.72)William Johnson — 50 Free (6th, 23.95); 100 Back (5th, 1:03.53)Ethan Brewer — 50 Free (11th, 25.16); 100 Fly (5th, 58.29)Mason Enneking — 50 Free (16th, 25.94)JV 200 Freestyle Relay (4th, 202.68) — Alex Livers, Story, Ean Loichginer, Vonley Hund200 Freestyle Relay (3rd, 1:39.79) — Moster, Brewer, Johnson, CallahanCiaran Tyrer — 100 Breast (11th, 1:13.07)Derek VanSickle — 100 Breast (13th, 1:14.50)JV 400 Freestyle Relay (4th, 4:26.04) — Shroder, Story, Pohlman, Kuisel400 Freestyle Relay (9th, 4:11.69) — Rasnick, Enneking, VanSickle, Tyrer JV 200 Medley Relay (6th, 2:47.27) — Kierra Brock, Lauren Voss, Callie Main, Abby Blomer200 Medley Relay (10th, 2:19.39) — Claire Sunderman, Lilly Wonnell, Maria Lopez, Gwen MartinMaria Lopez — 200 IM (12th, 2:42.92)Callie Main — JV 50 Free (2nd, 31.56)Sonja Gaulin — 50 Free (8th, 27.87); 100 Free (4th, 1:01.23)Gwen Martin — 50 Free (12th, 28.93); 500 Free (9th, 6:28.78)Paige Oldham — 50 Free (13th, 29.26)JV 200 Freestyle Relay (7th, 2:29.59) — Blomer, Brock, Voss, Ava Obermeyer200 Freestyle Relay (9th, 2:03.21) — Gaulin, Sunderman, Liz Loichinger, OldhamJV 400 Freestyle Relay (2nd, 4:59.72) — Loichinger, Main, Obermeyer, Wonnell400 Freestyle Relay (6th, 4:28.22) — Gaulin, Oldham, Lopez, Martin NOTABLES51% of all swims were personal bests (both teams); Girls 48%; Boys 53%Benjamin Moster was the lone individual event winner in the 100 BreastSean Callahan led the men’s team in individual scoring with 28 points; Sonja Gaulin led the women with 26 State qualifiers will continue to the IHSAA State meet the weekend following Sectionals. Meet results: https://www.swimcloud.com/results/176357/ Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Greg McMullen. Brebeuf Jesuit 294Cathedral 277Roncalli 260Batesville 221Lafayette Central Catholic 188Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter 161Guerin Catholic 155University 136Bishop Chatard 135International 118Herron 62Covenant Christian 52Heritage Christian 46Park Tudor 45Oldenburg Academy 30Scecina Memorial 12Owen Valley 11Trinity Lutheran 2 TEAM SCORES
Look out world Adahzeh is coming.The all-female band has been making waves with their unique brand of Reggae and have been gaining recognition with their singles Island Girl, Critically low and Good Vibes.Formed in 2013, the musical aggregation was formed through the vision of Karissa Palmer- band leader and keyboardist, of creating an all-female band. She later discovered Tara Williams (Guitarist) and Tashana Barnett (Drummer). This vision manifested when her sister Chevanese Palmer (Bass guitarists) had no choice but to join her on this musical voyage. They got the name ‘Adahzeh’, from a close friend, which translates into the ‘King’s Daughter’.Adahzeh classifies themselves as ‘change agents for society’ by breathing new life into reggae music with their contemporary sounds. Their style of music is influenced by Ska, Reggae, Dancehall and Pop.In addition to their congruent sound, these Jamaican songbirds have the perfect mix of personality and radiate an authentic oneness that reflects into their music. They are comfortable with the group’s dynamics, understand each other and know how to capitalize on each other’s strengths and weaknesses.The group has been making waves outside of Jamaica’s shores and were rewarded for their efforts in Poland at the World Reggae Contest, where they were one of five finalists out of 75 bands. They have also been highlighted on the world renowned Reggae Sumfest in 2016, St. Mary Mi Come From, and the Jamaica Cancer Society-promoted Relay For Life event.Adahzeh have also performed at the recent staging of Rebel Salute.The group is also set to appear on ‘BBC 1xtra live’ which is hosted by David Rodigan and Seani B, Reggae Jam Jamaica, the Youth View Awards and the Dwight Richard and Dean Fraser-promoted Musical Enchantment’, in February.the sky is the limit for this talented group of ladies who are flying Jamaica’s flag high.
Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Making his first start of the season, Rose scored 19 points in the third quarter as the Timberwolves took a five-point lead into the fourth. Karl-Anthony Towns added nine of his 28 points in the period.Donovan Mitchell scored 26 points and Gobert added 22 for Utah. Jae Crowder provided 18 points off the bench.The Wolves put the Jazz on the free throw line plenty in the fourth quarter. After 11 attempts through three periods, Utah was 13 of 19 from the line in the fourth.Minnesota played without the All-Star Jimmy Butler, as well as point guards Jeff Teague and Tyus Jones. Butler sat out with what the team described as “general soreness.”Butler, who has been the main storyline in Minnesota for much of the early season, reportedly plans to play Friday at Golden State.ADVERTISEMENT Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown LATEST STORIES Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college The Timberwolves got Andrew Wiggins back after he missed three games with a quad injury. Wiggins had missed just one total game in his first four seasons before his recent setback. He scored 19 points on 8-of-17 shooting.TIP-INSJazz: G Alec Burks (left hand sprain) did not play. Burks also did not play Sunday at Dallas. . Utah is 4-1 on the road this season and 0-2 at home. . Gobert had his third straight game with 20-plus points and 10-plus rebounds.Timberwolves: Coach Tom Thibodeau said Teague underwent an MRI but was awaiting more testing. Teague is day-to-day. . Jones was a late scratch with right foot soreness he experienced during warmups. . The Wolves debuted their “Classic Edition” jerseys, a throwback to the uniforms the team wore from 1996-2008.UP NEXTJazz: Host Memphis on Friday.Timberwolves: Visit Golden State on Friday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Red Sox celebrate World Series triumph with parade He had 34 points in the second half and 15 in a tightly contested fourth quarter as the Wolves held off the Jazz. His basket down low with 30 seconds remaining put Minnesota up for good, and he made two free throws with 13.8 seconds left to preserve a three-point lead.Rudy Gobert missed a game-tying attempt in the final minute for Utah, and the Timberwolves grabbed the rebound to ensure Rose’s big night wasn’t wasted.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissOne of Rose’s biggest shots was a corner 3-pointer that tied the game at 119. That gave him 44 points, which matched his previous high set during the 2011 playoffs with Chicago. His regular-season best had been 42 points.Rose tied it at 110 with one of his patented layups, giving him 41 points. He weaved through traffic and made the off-balance shot, showing glimpses of the moves that once made him an elite player and the top pick in the 2008 draft. Minnesota Timberwolves’ Derrick Rose, right, takes a fall-back shot as Utah Jazz’s Dante Exum defends sueinf the first half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)MINNEAPOLIS— Derrick Rose scored a career-high 50 points, turning back the clock to his prime years and lifting the Minnesota Timberwolves over the Utah Jazz 128-125 on Wednesday night.Rose was in tears after the game as he walked off the court serenaded by chants of “MVP! MVP!” from the home crowd. The 30-year-old point guard has been derailed by injuries since he was the 2011 NBA MVP.ADVERTISEMENT Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil View comments
Alanna Gallagher, centre, picks up her gold!LETTERKENNY girl Alanna Gallagher is a national gymnastics champion.Representing Letterkenny East, she competed in the Community Games U15 Gymnastics National Finals in Athlone Institute of Technology she was awarded a total score of 15.17 for the Floor routine and Vault and picked up gold!It was another fantastic achievement from the Letterkenny girl. Other local gymnasts who travelled to Athlone were Tamara Blaney (Ramelton) Riannan Mottram (Milford) Christopher Mulligan (Killybegs) Orla Lonergan (Letterkenny East) Conor Donnelly (Letterkenny East). Well done to all who competed.Conor Donnelly, Alanna Gallagher Orla Lonergan with Tamara Blaney in front. Missing from the photo are Riannan Mottram and Christopher MulliganALANNA PUTS ON GOLD-MEDAL WINNING SHOW AT NATIONAL GYMNASTICS FINALS was last modified: May 27th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ALANNA PUTS ON GOLD-MEDAL WINNING SHOW AT NATIONAL GYMNASTICS FINALS
Drake Game Notes South Dakota state Game Notes Story Links DES MOINES, Iowa — The Drake University football team opens its road portion of its schedule and will wrap up non-conference play at No. 4 South Dakota State. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. at Dykhouse Stadium.Saturday’s contest is the 12th meeting between Drake and SDSU. The Bulldogs hold a 8-3 all-time series record. Drake and the Jackrabbits renewed the series last year with SDSU coming away with a 56-28 victory. Saturday’s game is the second game of the three-game series agreement. The Jackrabbits will visit Drake Stadium during the 2019 season. This is the sixth-straight season Drake has played a member of the Missouri Valley Football Conference.Last season the Bulldogs lost at South Dakota State and fell to South Dakota in 2015, Western Illinois in 2014, Northern Iowa in 2013 and Indiana State in 2012. Drake’s last win over a current member of the MVFC came on Aug. 30 2007 when it defeated No. 7 Illinois State. That victory was also the program’s last win over a ranked opponent.Since taking over the starting job in the third week last year, quarterback Grant Kraemer has gotten more and more comfortable with the offense. In his last six games, Kraemer is averaging 226 yards passing, completing 62 percent of his throws and has record 19 touchdowns. Compared to his first five starts, Kraemer only completed 52 percent of his throws with eight touchdowns and 201 yards passing per game. • Fifth-year senior Mack Marrin battled through injury most of last season and is looking like he is getting back to his 2015 form when he posted a league-best 8.5 sacks among 12.5 tackles for a loss and earned firstteam all-PFL honors. Marrin ranks 15th in the nation with 2.5 sacks and has recorded eight tackles.The fourth-ranked Jackrabbits have one of the highest powered offenses in the nation. SDSU bolsters five preseason STATS All-Americans, including first-team tight end Dallas Goedert, wide receiver Jake Wieneke, and center Jacob Ohnesorge and third-team selections quarterback Taryn Christion and fullback Kane Louscher. Christion is coming off a MVFC Player of the Year campaign and has continued where he left off from last year. He ranks seventh in the nation on completion percentage (71.2%), while throwing for 521 yards with five touchdowns. Christion is also the Jackrabbits’ leading rusher with 153 yards and two touchdowns.. Goedert, who is projected to be one of the top NFL draft prospects in the FCS, leads all tight ends in the nation with 13 receptions for 175 yards.Print Friendly Version