Bulldogs Middle School Track Results From Sunman-Dearborn Invitational

first_imgSunman-Dearborn Invitational Middle School Track results from Tuesday (5-8)Girls Team Scores:Batesville                    139.5Sunman Dearborn       128.5Greensburg                 97.5Connersville                63Greendale                   60.5Franklin County           43South Dearborn           41|Benjamin Rush            4Batesville.Shot Put-3 Sarah Ripperger (29’5”)High Jump-5 Carley Pride (4’4”)Long Jump-3 Madelyn Pohlman (13’8.5”)  6 Kate Walke (13’1”)100M Hurdles-1 Kate Walke (16.42)100M-1 Madelyn Pohlman (13.50)  5 Lily Meyer (14.20)200M-2 Ava Hanson (28.84)  5 Lily Meyer (29.54)400M-1 Carley Pride (1:03.39)  3 Ava Hanson (1:06.40)800M-1 Katie Olsen (2:30.27)  2 Lily Pinckley (2:38.21)1600M-1 Lily Pinckley (5:44.10)  5 Jada Day (6:04.91)400M Relay-2 BMS Elena Kuisel, Nadine Davis, Angela Diaz, Madelyn Pohlman (56.11)800M Relay-1 BMS Carley Pride, Elena Kuisel, Lily Meyer, Katie Olsen (1:56.92)1600M Relay-1 BMS Madelyn Pohlman, Sarah Ripperger, Ava Hanson, Carley Pride (4:34.17)3200M Relay-1 BMS Lily Pinckley, Maria Lopez, Jada Day, Katie Olsen (10:51.36)Boys Team Scores:Sunman Dearborn       149Greensburg                 109Franklin County           78Batesville                    77Connersville                68Benjamin Rush            38South Dearborn           30Greendale                   29Batesville.Discus-8 Ean Loichinger (88’8”)Long Jump-8 Zach Gutzwiller (15’0.5”)110M Hurdles-3 Chase Hamilton (18.54)200M-8 Evan Williamson (27.08)400M-3 Vonley Hund (59.07)  6 Chase Hamilton (1:01.33)800M-1 Ean Loichinger (2:13.79)  3 Daren Smith (2:22.49)1600M-1 Ean Loichinger (4:47.82)  3 Will Nuhring (5:19.11)400M Relay-6 BMS Evan Williamson, Thomas Hartman, Trenton Kincade , Cole Pride (55.57)800M Relay-3 BMS Elliott Mertz, Cole Pride, Zach Gutzwiller, Evan Williamson (1:53.42)1600M Relay-2 BMS Chase Hamilton, Daren Smith, Will Nuhring, Vonley Hund(4:05.91)3200M Relay-1 BMS Vonley Hund, Will Nuhring, Daren Smith, Ean Loichinger (9:50.94)Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Derek Suits.last_img read more

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Basketball prepares for key weekend

first_imgAfter completing their first road sweep in the Enfield era last weekend in Washington, the Trojans (20-4, 7-4) return home to begin their second go-around of Pac-12 play this week against Oregon State. Their seven remaining games include a stretch of three consecutive bouts versus top-10 opponents: No. 5 Oregon, at No. 10 UCLA and then at No. 9 Arizona. But first, the Trojans rematch with Oregon State University (4-20, 0-11) on Thursday night, only a month and a half after beating the Beavers by a final score of 70-63.The Trojans led that game by 17 at half but failed to put it out of reach until the final minutes. Their victory initiated an 11-game skid for OSU.Only a year ago, the Beavers secured a seven-seed in the NCAA Tournament on the back of standout senior Gary Payton II. Both the Beavers and the Trojans finished conference play at .500, but this year the teams have divergent fates. While the Beavers seek their first conference win of 2016-2017, the Trojans work toward their fifth-straight win. “The Pac-12 is great this year,” head coach Andy Enfield said. “We don’t take anything for granted. Our next game is against Oregon State. We’re focused on that and that only.” On the season the Beavers have four double-digit scorers, but only two of them, sophomore guard Stephen Thompson Jr. and forward Tres Tinkle, have averaged double figures in conference play. Granted, they average 35.5 points between them.On the other hand, USC has no clear top scorer, though Enfield suspects sophomore forward Bennie Boatwright can fill that role. Nevertheless, the Trojans have won many games by feeding the hot hand, supporting breakout performances such as freshman guard Jonah Mathew’s 26 points versus Wyoming, sophomore transfer guard Shaqquan Aaron’s 23 versus UCLA and sophomore forward Chimezie Metu’s 29 at Washington State.“Our offense has never really been around one person,” junior co-captain Jordan McLaughlin said. “It’s good for us that everybody can score at all times. If [the game] comes down the stretch, whoever has the hot hand can make our last shot.”Freshman guard De’Anthony Melton agreed.“I don’t think it really matters who starts the game,” Melton said. “Whoever comes to play that game gets to end the game, and we just feed off that.” Melton has developed as a scorer this season because the coaching staff has given him the greenlight to shoot. This past weekend he tied his career high 16 points at Washington.“The coaches have really trusted me with shooting the ball, so as long as I keep making the open shot … that’s the biggest thing for my development,” Melton said. “[Assistant coach] Tony Bland has often told me to take the open shot and take good shots, so that’s what I try to do.” The second time through the Pac-12, Melton thinks the team needs to improve its closing out games — something, of course, it struggled to do versus Oregon State.With the addition of Boatwright, an increased depth in the bench will help the Trojans to remain strong throughout the second half. But Melton believes that effort must come on both sides of the ball.“In the first half, we lost some tough ones,” Melton said. ”We have to clamp down on defense and take more pride in it.”The game tips off at 8 p.m. on Thursday night at the Galen Center.last_img read more

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First Greek university Chancellor

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Prominent Greek Australian businessman George Pappas will be installed as the new Chancellor of Victoria University Council on May 13 at a ceremony at Flemington Racecourse.Professor David de Kretser, Governor of Victoria, will preside over the ceremony in his role as University Visitor.Mr Pappas has wide ranging experience across the commercial, government and university sectors, and is Chairman of the Committee for Melbourne.He is also well known for his contributions to the wider community including his work with Monash University and Melbourne High School and as a director of the Western Bulldogs Football Club.He took up his new role on 1 January 2010 following the retirement of the Hon Justice Frank Vincent AO, QC who was VU Chancellor for more than eight years.Mr Pappas is the fourth Chancellor since VU’s inception in 1990.last_img read more

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