Bohman’s Walkoff Gives Bulldogs Victory Over Franklin Central.The Bulldogs defeated Franklin Central 7-6 on Tuesday thanks to a walk-off sacrifice fly. After a two out, two run home run in the top of the seventh by Franklin Central to tie the game at six, Batesville won the game with a sacrifice fly by Joe Bohman who drove in Zach Britton.Both offenses were strong at the plate as Batesville collected 12 hits and Franklin Central 11.Batesville captured the lead in the first inning, as Jacob Christie drove in the first run of the game. The Bulldogs then drove in three runs in the fourth inning on a single by Christie, a walk by Joe Bohman, and a stolen base by Christian Prickel.Zack Blomer earned the win for the Bulldogs. He tossed three innings in relief of Joe Bohman, allowing two runs, one hit, and walking one. Ford took the loss for Franklin Central. He pitched two and two-thirds innings, allowing two runs, three hits, and striking out three.Bohman started the game for Batesville, throwing four innings, giving up four runs, ten hits, striking out two, and walking zero. Weber started the game for Franklin Central. He pitched four innings, surrendering five runs, nine hits, striking out four, and walking one.Zach Britton, Quinn Werner, and Trey Heidlage each collected multiple hits for the Bulldogs. Britton went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Batesville in hits. Defensively, the Bulldogs were strong, as they didn’t commit a single error.The Bulldogs improved to 12-8 overall on the year and maintain a 6-2 record in the EIAC. Batesville will play at East Central this Friday in a double header.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Justin Tucker.
Officials in Maryland are reporting that they found seven children between the ages of two and four trapped inside of a hot car after a 4-year-old called them.The incident occurred in a parking lot of the St. Charles Towne Center in Waldorf.According to the report, the oldest of the children used a phone that was left in the vehicle to contact authorities.The child, however, did not recognize his surroundings and could not tell authorities where they were located. Using GPS and other mechanisms, the police operator was eventually able to locate the vehicle.When authorities arrived, they found the children sweaty and scared inside of an unlocked vehicle which had been shut off with the windows rolled up.Officials also reported that there was only one car seat in the vehicle despite the amount of children in the vehicle.The mother has since been charged with charged with confinement in a motor vehicle. She may also face other charges pending an investigation.
BROOKLIN — The Dutch Soccer Academy is bringing its day camp program to the Brooklin School soccer field Friday through Sunday, May 15-17.The Maine-based program, now in its 17th year, offers instruction to about 1,800 students each year.At Brooklin, instructors will work with youth in grades kindergarten through four from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Friday and from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.Sessions for those in grades 5-9 will be from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Friday and from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe European-style curriculum is tailored to the cognitive soccer development needs of various ages and skill levels, both beginning and advanced.The fees are $50 for the younger children and $70 for the older group, and financial assistance will be available for Brooklin students.Players should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, a healthy snack, cleats or sneakers and shin guards to the sessions.For registration information, call the school at 359-2133. Send registrations to Louanne Higgins, P.O. Box 120, Brooklin, ME 04606 or drop them off at the school.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Colombo: Angelo Mathews scored 87 runs Wednesday to inspire Sri Lanka to its first one-day international series sweep in more than three years, defeating Bangladesh by 122 runs in the third and final match.Sri Lanka’s last sweep was a 2-0 series win at in Ireland in June 2016.Choosing to bat after winning the toss, Sri Lanka made 294 for eight in 50 overs, riding on the innings of Mathews. He was well backed by Kusal Mendis who made 54.Captain Dimuth Karunaratne (46) and Kusal Perera (42) also made useful contributions.Fast-medium bowler Soumya Sarkar took three for 56 while Shafiul Islam had three for 68 for Bangladesh.Sarkar also shone with the bat, top scoring with 69 runs, but a dismal show from the other batsmen resulted in Bangladesh being dismissed for 172 runs with 14 overs to spare.Dimuth Karunaratne and Avishka Fernando opened batting for Sri Lanka but their stand did not last long when Fernando, who top scored with 82 runs in the second match, was out for six runs, trapped lbw by seamer Shafiul Islam.Karunaratne and No. 3 batsman Kusal Perera shared 83 runs for the second wicket in 95 balls before Karunaratne (46) was caught by wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim trying to scoop left-arm spinet Tailjul Islam.Perera departed soon caught behind by Rahim off pace bowler Rubel Hossain, leaving Sri Lanka 98 for three.Mathews joined Mendis and the pair steadied the Sri Lankan innings sharing 101 runs for the fourth wicket off 121 balls. Mendis mistimed a slow ball from Sarkar and was caught near the boundary by Sabbir Rahman for 54 runs. That was his 16th one-day international half-century.Mathews made 87 runs in 90 balls including eight boundaries and a six. He made good dropped chances on 32 and 63 to reach his second successive half-century score in the series and the 40th of his career.Sri Lanka scored 106 runs in the last 10 overs with Dasun Shanaka scoring 30 off 14 deliveries including two sixes and two boundaries.Bangladesh started its chase poorly, losing captain Tamim Iqbal with just four runs on the board in the second over. Tamim, who had scored zero and 19 in the previous two matches of the series, departed for two runs caught behind by Perera off fast bowler Kasun Rajitha.Anamul Haq and Sarkar added 25 runs for the second wicket before Anamul, who hit two consecutive fours against Rajitha, skied a third for a catch to Fernando.In-form Mushfiqur Rahim, who made two half-centuries in the series including an unbeaten 98 in the second match, was out for 10 caught at slip by Mendis off seamer Shanaka.With wickets falling regularly, Bangladesh was never in the game thereafter.Shanaka took three for 27 while Lahiru Kumara and Rajitha took two wickets apiece.The match was dedicated to Sri Lankan fast bowler Nuwan Kulasekara, who has announced his retirement from international cricket
Having just taken a monumental step forward in the history of the program by earning its first-ever No. 1 ranking, the Wisconsin men’s track team is attempting to take the next step at the national meet this weekend. Already known as the perennial power in the Big Ten — UW won its seventh-straight Big Ten Indoor title just two weeks ago — these Badgers feel like this is the year they will truly step into the national spotlight.”I think we could definitely win it all this weekend,” said Craig Miller, 2006 Big Ten Indoor Freshman of the Year. “We’ve got just as many guys going in as some of the other top teams, so there’s no reason we can’t come out with an NCAA Championship.”As the Badgers head to Randal Tyson Center in Fayetteville, Ark., they go into the meet in unfamiliar territory. They are now the top-ranked team in the nation, taking over the top spot from Florida State, who has been ranked No. 1 the entire indoor season, in both polls released earlier this week. They also go into the meet with all eight qualifiers ranked in the top eight in their respective events.”It’s the meet that you look forward to as far as doing the best you can at the highest level,” head coach Ed Nuttycombe said at a press conference Monday. “We had a very good conference championship meet and obviously came out on top. But that’s kind of old news now. We’re looking to try to see what we can do at the NCAA level. And we’ve got a good number of athletes ready to go and we’re hoping to make a big impact.”The Badgers are led by senior Chris Solinsksy, who goes into the meet as the favorite to three-peat in the 3,000-meter run and is favored to win the 5,000-meter run — an event he won at last year’s NCAA outdoor championship. Some think Solinsky may have deeper motivation going into this weekend’s championship. As a member of the cross country team last fall, he was a favorite to win the individual title but did not run up to his ability, finishing 73rd overall.”He’s an awful good cross country (runner), but he’s just a better track athlete and has more confidence on the track than he does in cross country,” Nuttycombe said. “And I think it made him hungry. He was embarrassed and it made him hungry for the track season. I think he’s ready to go.”Other qualifiers include senior Demi Omole, who is ranked second behind Jacoby Ford of Clemson in the 60-meter dash. Omole’s Big Ten Conference record time of 6.55 is just .03 slower than Ford’s.Sophomore Stu Eagon is seeded third behind Solinsky and Colby Wissel of Kansas in the 3,000 meters at a time of 7:54.09. He is also seeded fourth in the 5,000 meters running in 13:41.52. Senior Tim Nelson joins Solinsky and Eagon in the top five of the 5,000 meters with a time of 13:42.18.Wisconsin’s distance medley relay team consisting of Miller, James Groce, Joe Pierre and Solinsky is seeded fifth in 9:34.54. Rounding out the list of qualifiers is senior Joe Detmer, ranked eighth in the heptathlon with a UW-record total 5,651 points.”The first thing you have to do is get the opportunity to score and then take advantage of the moment,” Nuttycombe said. “When you have that few opportunities, you’re right, it’s about hitting on a great number of them, if not all of them in some capacity.”The Badgers earned their first No. 1 ranking in their team history this week, and, with that, are looking to top their best finish of third at an NCAA meet. They are also looking to become the first Big Ten team ever to win the NCAA Indoor Championship.
Published on September 9, 2018 at 3:16 pm Contact Adam: firstname.lastname@example.org | @_adamhillman Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (2-3) lost its third-straight game in a four-set defeat to No. 25 Marquette (7-2), 3-1. SU freshman Polina Shemanova led the way with 20 kills. She now leads the Orange with 89 kills, more than double the amount of any other Syracuse player.In the opening set, Syracuse struggled near the net. SU had 13 kills, the same amount as Marquette, while attempting seven more attacks than the Golden Eagles. The Orange totaled six attacking errors and two service errors, as well.With the score tied at three early in the first set, Marquette won six of the next nine points. From that point on, Syracuse couldn’t scrape within two points of the Golden Eagles. Eventually, Marquette pulled away late, taking the first set 25-17.Up by one point late in the second set, Syracuse turned to its two star outside hitters. Behind the Russian duo of Shemanova and senior Mariia Levanova, the Orange won seven of the last nine points. The pair combined for ten kills in the second set, including three in the final five points. SU’s outside hitters dictated, tallying an attack percentage of .393, totaling 14 kills on 28 attempts. Syracuse won the second set 25-19.Syracuse continued its hot streak into the third set. The Orange opened up a 7-3 lead early behind three kills from Shemanova and two from senior Santita Ebangwese, but Marquette rebounded by winning five of seven points to tie the set back up at 11. From that point forward, neither team led by more than three points. After tying the score at 22, Marquette won two of the next three points and eventually won the fourth set 25-23.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe beginning of the fourth set was more of the same. The two teams split the first 18 points as neither led by more than two points. With the score tied at nine, Marquette knocked off 12 of 14 points to take a nine-point lead. The Golden Eagles cruised to a 25-15 fourth-set victory.After winning the first two games of its season, SU has now lost its last three. The Orange will travel to Ames, Iowa for the Iowa State tournament next weekend. Syracuse faces Wyoming on Friday, Sept. 14 at 4:30 p.m. Comments
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Costa Rica coach Paulo Wanchope resigned on Wednesday after being involved in a brawl with a security guard at the end of an Olympic qualifying match against Panama.Wanchope, who was observing the match on Tuesday in Panama City between the respective countries’ under-23 teams, was shown in video footage to retaliate after being pushed by the man.”After a cordial meeting between Paulo Cesar Wanchope and federation (officials), the trainer decided to step aside and leave the position of coach of the national team,” the Costa Rican Football Federation (Fedefutbol) said.Wanchope apologised to Costa Rica and Panama fans for his behaviour, saying he lost his head when he was denied access to the pitch after the match, a 0-0 draw.”We are human beings and unfortunately I reacted in an unacceptable way for the position I held,” Wanchope told a news conference. “But let this not stain what I have done for all of you,” added Wanchope, who played for his country for a decade until 2006. “The (football) ambience is tough, it’s tense, but until yesterday I managed to handle it. One can tolerate comments by reporters and on social media and stay calm but it’s hard to hold back when someone puts their hands on you.”Footage showed that, at the end of the game, Wanchope opened a gate leading down to the pitch and was pushed from behind by the security guard. Wanchope turned around and pushed him back.The man kicked the coach in the thigh and then threw some punches at him, while Wanchope tried to wrestle him onto some plastic seats. Several other security guards then intervened to pull the men apart.Former Derby County, West Ham United, Manchester City and Malaga player Wanchope was named as Costa Rica coach in February. He was previously assistant to Jorge Luis Pinto when Costa Rica reached the quarter-finals at the World Cup. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports
MORE MNF: Alexander MattisonDraftKings Showdown Picks: Vikings vs. PackersCAPTAIN (1.5x points, 1.5x price): WR Adam Thielen, Vikings ($12,900)Thielen is the lowest priced of any of what you would call this game’s “studs.” It makes sense – he’s just a week removed from returning from his hamstring injury, and he had only three catches in that return. But this is an uber-talented receiver who, if he has a game like many he had last year or even early this season, could return huge value.FLEX: RB Aaron Jones, Packers ($10,800)You could choose to fade Green Bay’s running game against the Vikings’ front seven in this one, but Jones too consistently gets touches and picks up chunk yardage to avoid him. The other route you could take, if you so chose, is to find a way to fit in Davante Adams or Kirk Cousins instead. Jones balances our lineup a bit more so we touch on the game’s different facets.FLEX: QB Aaron Rodgers, Packers ($10,400)Rodgers underwhelms from a statistical perspective more often than not these days. But he’s still Rodgers, and by playing him with Jones we hopefully get a part in every Green Bay touchdown.FLEX: RB Mike Boone, Vikings ($9,000)If Alexander Mattison is a surprise active, he might be the play in this spot. But Mattison should be out, which would leave Boone to get 15-plus carries against a weak Green Bay run defense, and there could be some people who stay away from Boone as mostly unproven.FLEX: TE Jimmy Graham, Packers ($3,200) Vikings vs. Packers is the final Monday Night Football game of the season, so it’s the final time you can close out your week with our DraftKings Showdown advice after your Sunday picks potentially went poorly. RB injuries for Minnesota create some uncertainty in a game where otherwise we’d like to think we know how the players will perform. A lot of veterans often leads to unexciting NFL DFS advice.Our attempt here is to snag a slightly underpriced Adam Thielen as our captain. That leaves room to get both Aaron Rodgers and Aaron Jones, while also jumping on the Mike Boone bandwagon while there’s still space. This is mostly a touchdown-dependent play, but we know Rodgers will look Graham’s way in the end zone, so it’s a better bet than any of the other Green Bay TEs.FLEX: TE Irv Smith Jr., Vikings ($3,000)Smith is on the field a lot for a player who doesn’t rack up a ton of catches. But he’s an athletic rookie who will make plays if given the chance, and he’s got more chance of breaking a long one than you’d normally think for a guy with the TE designation.
Ivan WileyIvan E. Wiley, of South Haven, died surrounded by his family on Thursday, January 14, 2016 at the age of 74.He was born the son of Ivan Harold and Alta Jewell (Cochran) Wiley on Saturday, May 17, 1941 in Wellington, Kansas. Ivan graduated from South Haven High School and received a basketball scholarship to Oklahoma State University, where he played four years for Coach Henry Iba.Â On January 22, 1971, Ivan and Evelyn Bilyeu were united in marriage in Miami, Oklahoma. They would have celebrated 45 years of marriage on their upcoming anniversary. Ivan was a lifelong farmer along with having a 40 year career as a rural mail carrier in South Haven.Â Survivors include his wife, Evelyn Wiley of South Haven; son, Brett Wiley and his wife Rosetta of Wichita; son, John Wiley of El Paso, Texas; son, Darin Wiley and his wife Colleen of Wellington; daughter, Diana Ware and her husband Rick of South Haven; son Barry Wiley of Perth, Kansas; son, Jason Wiley and his wife Twaila of South Havengranddaughters: Morgan Wiley-Sumpter and her husband Joey of Cushing, Oklahoma, Ashley Wiley of Sellersburg, Indiana, Cassie Wiley of Houston, Texas, Ciara Wiley of South Haven, Cynae Wiley of South Haven; grandsons: Corey Wiley of Perth, Logan Wiley of Woodbury, Minnesota, Garrett Wiley of Raleigh, North Carolina, Clay Wiley of Wellington, Miles Theurer of Manhattan, Kansas, Slade Wiley of South Haven; step-grandsons, Joshua Rusk and his wife Marci of Lebanon, Indiana and Justin Rusk and his wife Alysha of Mayfield, Kansas and a nephew, Mark Clifford and his wife Debbie of Winfield. Â He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Regena Clifford Winters and nephew, Gary Clifford.Â Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 1 to 8 p.m., Monday, January 18, 2016 with the family present from 6 to 8 p.m.Funeral services for Ivan will be held at 2 p.m., Tuesday, January 19, 2016, at Cornejo|Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.Interment will follow at Rose Hill Cemetery in South Haven.Memorials have been established in his loving memory to the South Haven Recreation Association or the South Haven Fire Department. Contributions may be mailed or left with the funeral home.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.cornejodayfuneralhome.com.Arrangements are by Cornejo|Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.