On April 16th, The JCD Varsity track traveled to Trinity Lutheran in Seymour for a 3 way. Other team included Southwestern Hanover. Final scores Ladies: JCD 59, Trinity 59, SWHanover 33. Mens: Trinity 62, SW Hanover44, JCD 35.Top Preformers for JCD. Ladies-Kelsey Bowling 1st 100H-17.6, 1st 300H-:59.0, 1st LongJump-14’2″, Abby Wagner 3rd 100D-:14.4, 4th 200D-:31.1, 4th 3200M-15:45, 4th High jump 4’6″, Rosie Newhart 4th 100D- :14.8, 2nd ShotPut 32’7″, 1st Disc- 84’11”, Jenna Hughes 1st 1600M-6:26, 1st 800M-2:55, 1st 3200M- 14:57, 2nd HighJump 4’8″, Andera Smith 1600M-7:03, 2nd 800M-3:03, andSasha Wagner 3rd 200D-:30.9.Mens-John Schmitt 2nd 110H-:24.1, 3rd 400D-1:04, 2nd HighJump -5’0″;Eli Wagner 3rd 100D-:12.5, 3rd 200D-:26.1, 1st LongJump-17’7″; Chris Kissel 4th 1600M-5:16, 3rd 800M 2:22; Rodney Dobbs 1st 3200M- 12:20; Tyler Johnson 1st Disc- 112’2″, 1st Shotput- 41’2″; and Chris Douglas 4th shot -29’8″.Submitted by JCD Coach Larry Hammond.
COLUMBUS, Ind. – Columbus police say two men tried to break-in to their police department garage overnight Monday.Around 4:40 a.m., a Columbus officer sitting in his car saw two people looking in the window of the police garage. One suspect had their face covered in a bandanna, police said.The officer started his car and the suspects ran to another vehicle and drove away which led to a traffic stop.“After interviewing the occupants of the vehicle, the officers determined that the suspects intended to burglarize the police garage and wrecked patrol cars on the property but were interrupted when they were spotted by the officer who was parked at the garage,” the Columbus Police Department said in a news release.20-year-old Zachary Deberry, of Columbus, was arrested on preliminary charges of attempted theft and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. A 17-year-old was also charged with attempted theft and marijuana possession.
RelatedPosts Rangers postpone resumption IMN petitions IG over movie allegedly sponsored by Army IMN commends NBA for withdrawing El-Rufai’s invitation to speak at its AGC Rangers International Football Club of Enugu on Wednesday defeated Kano Pillars FC 1-0 in a rescheduled Nigeria Professional Football League Match Day 11 fixture in Enugu. Chinonso Eziekwe scored the only goal of the match in the 70th minute to send the home fans into wild jubilation. Speaking after the match, Rangers’ Assistant Coach, Mbwas Mangut, expressed joy over the outcome of the match. Mangut said the match was tough, but they were grateful to God that they won. He said: “We prepared well for this match because it is one of the matches that we should be winning. “No doubt, the match could have gone either way as lots of chances were missed by the two teams, but we were lucky to have converted one. “But we should have sealed the win before the interval.” Kano Pillars FC’s coach, Ibrahim Musa, on his part said his team played better than their hosts and blamed his players for missing lots of scoring opportunities. Musa said: “Our target was to win this match and we created up to six to seven scoring chances, but we did not convert them. “Football is all about scoring, but we could not score and our opponents scored. “So, we need to work hard next time if we want to score. “Now we have to go back to the drawing board and work on our finishing because we have to combine communication with finishing. “Rangers are a good team, but you cannot compare Rangers with Kano Pillars here because this is Rangers’ home.” Musa said his team created scoring chances more than their hosts and were supposed to win the match, only to be let down by finishing. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the win lifted Rangers to 16th from 17th on the log, with 23 points after 17 matches. Kano Pillars however dropped to the 9th position with 27 points after 19 matches.Tags: Chinonso EziekweIbrahim MusaMbwas MangutRangers International FC
Fulham manager Rene Meulensteen is looking to add points to performances as the Cottagers aim to climb out of the Barclays Premier League relegation zone over Christmas. Trips to Norwich and Hull follow a tricky run of fixtures for Meulensteen’s side. Fulham have won just once in their last nine outings – losing the other eight. But, following Saturday’s 4-2 defeat to Manchester City, Meulensteen believes Fulham are now entering a crucial period where more points can be accrued. When asked if Berbatov had a chance of facing Norwich, he said: “I hope so. It is going to be another late fitness test and we will have to have a look in the next couple of days. “He has responded well to the treatment in his right abductor but we don’t want to be taking any risks and making sure that we are doing the right. “It was a late shout for the Manchester City game and we thought it was too be a risk of him breaking down. Hopefully we can welcome him back for the Norwich game. He has a fairly good chance. “There is always a slight doubt where the medical staff could tell me to push it back to the Hull game but at the moment I’m positive he can play.” Meulensteen confirmed protracted negotiations to bring Clint Dempsey are ongoing but he is not getting himself involved in the paperwork to see the former Fulham man return on a short-term loan deal from Major League Soccer franchise the Seattle Sounders. “I can confirm the medical and paperwork is still ongoing,” he added. “That is as far as what I know. Wed like to have him here and he would like to come. “I don’t want to get involved in all that. I just want to say “Hello, Clint” when he is ours and start working with him.” “I really see those four games we have just had as four difficult ones,” he said. “Taking over somewhere just before halfway in the season is difficult enough itself and then you end up Spurs, Villa, Everton and City where three of those four teams are pushing for something. “We knew they were difficult ones but what we are disappointed about is, on the back of the performances, we had, is that we didn’t get more points out of those games. “Now we have another block of games with different opponents – Norwich and Hull to start and then West Ham and Sunderland. “That is now where we need to look back to these previous games and those performances and turn them into results.” Fulham’s chances in their Boxing Day clash at Carrow Road could be bolstered by the return from injury of Dimitar Berbatov. The Bulgarian striker missed the defeat to City after picking up an injury the day before. But Meulensteen is hopeful he with have one of his main men back. Press Association
Alex Rigsby was solid in net for UW all season with 27 wins and a .921 save percentage, allowing an average 1.76 goals per game.[/media-credit]When expectations for a national championship precede the first game of the regular season, it is reasonable to believe a team might fold under the overwhelming pressure.Apparently, the Wisconsin women’s hockey team is replete with non-believers.The Badgers finished off their season by winning their fourth national championship in six years with a 4-1 victory over Boston University in last Sunday’s title game.The Badgers held the No.1 ranking in the country for the majority of the season, finishing with a program-record 37 wins.Wisconsin went 27 straight games without a loss to close out the season, beating some of the nation’s top programs in Minnesota, Minnesota Duluth, Boston College and Boston in their last four to cap off the championship run.The season began, however, with a loaded roster and the inherent high expectations.From the outset, it was apparent there was only one team who could stop the Badgers: Themselves.With talent like senior captain Meghan Duggan and junior forward Hilary Knight, both of whom won silver for the United States in last year’s Olympics in Vancouver, coalesced with up-and-coming goal scorer Brianna Decker (who is likely to see some Olympic ice-time of her own in the very near future), there was no telling how well this team would play.The season began in a fashion the Badgers expected with blowout wins against inferior competition like Rensselaer and Bemidji State, outscoring them 22-1 in their first three games.However, Wisconsin seemed to let down a bit in the next few games and had to scramble for victories against teams it should have put away early.The usually affable Mark Johnson post-game interviews turned more serious and became riddled with words like “consistency” and “preparation” and assertions of how his team failed to excel at both.Let imagination run wild with the other words he might have used with his team in the locker room and at practice, but following the lull Wisconsin once again posted a string of lopsided victories to improve its record to 16-1-1 at the halfway point of the season.Two things about Wisconsin were apparent through the first half of the regular season. One: If the team played with the consistency Johnson consistently preached about, there was hardly a team in the country who could skate with the Badgers. Two: The team could score goals at will.Collectively, Wisconsin scored 212 goals, averaging 5.17 per game, which was almost a goal and a half better than any other team in the WCHA (Minnesota Duluth was second with 132 and an average of 3.88).Individually, Duggan and Knight, as expected, shined throughout the season. In 41 games played, Duggan led the league in scoring with 87 points (2.12 points per game) and Knight led the world in goals with 47 and 81 points in total.But the player who put the team over the top was sophomore standout Decker. The young goal-scorer put up 80 points with 46 assists and 34 goals. The only two girls she trailed in scoring in the WCHA were her teammates Duggan and Knight.To begin the second half of the season, Wisconsin clashed with a team it would meet once again in the first round of the NCAA tournament.Minnesota Duluth came to the Kohl Center and gave the Badgers trouble, as they forced overtime in the first game and then handed the Badgers their first and only home loss of the season in the second.Instead of regressing, the weekend galvanized Wisconsin and propelled the Badgers toward the playoffs. After the tough series, Wisconsin would not lose another game for the remainder of the season.Down the stretch, the Badgers continued the scoring onslaught, beating teams, on occasion, with offensive performances of nine or even 10 goals.During the latter portion of the season, the defense, led by the veteran defenseman Geena Prough and sophomore Stefanie McKeough, began to step up its play. Wisconsin finished the season second in the conference with 1.71 goals allowed per game.Freshman net minder Alex Rigsby, who garnered the majority of the starts close to playoff time over sophomore Becca Ruegsegger, also looked as though she was figuring out the fast paced Division-I game.In a WCHA league full of accomplished goaltenders, Rigsby finished the season second with a 1.76 goals against average.Rigsby’s hot streak, in concert with Wisconsin’s improved defensive play and consistent scoring attack, pushed the team into the postseason as the favorite to win the WCHA and NCAA tournament championships.In the first round of the WCHA tournament, the top-seeded Badgers drew a St. Cloud State team that had won only once during the regular season. After disposing of the worst team in the conference, Wisconsin beat North Dakota 3-0 in the semifinals, which set up the conference final game against rival Minnesota.The Badgers trailed in the game early until finally tying it up late in the third period to send it to overtime. In the extra session, third-liner Kelly Nash beat the Golden Gopher netminder for the game winner.The win gave Wisconsin the momentum it needed heading into the NCAA Tournament, especially because the NCAA’s selection committee curiously chose Minnesota Duluth, a team ranked fourth in the country for much of the season, to match up with top-seeded Wisconsin in the first round.In a tightly contested game, Duggan and Knight broke through with tallies to propel the Badgers 2-1 over the Bulldogs and on to the Frozen Four in Erie, Pa.With only 48 seconds remaining in the semifinal round of the national tournament against Boston College, Decker lit the lamp to send Wisconsin to the title again against Boston University.The NCAA championship game was close early, as Wisconsin held a slim 2-1 lead heading into the third period. But senior Mallory Deluce beat Boston’s net minder and junior Carolyne Prevost found pay dirt in an empty net to ensure the victory and a Wisconsin Badgers national championship.Winning a national title is an impressive feat in and of itself, but doing so with a giant bull’s eye sewn on the back of your sweater, getting every team’s best shot every night, is down right incredible.Next year, the Badgers will lose one-third of the high-powered scoring trio of Decker, Duggan and Knight, as the senior Duggan has finished her college career (though on the highest note possible, as she not only won her third national championship, but also the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, given to the top women’s player in college hockey).But don’t expect Wisconsin’s offense to lose too much of its potency with Knight, Decker and Prevost returning.And even if they can’t score with the ease they found this season, they always have one of the best up-and-coming goaltenders in the country in Rigsby.
Atletico Madrid coach, Diego Simeone has been identified by Everton owner Farhad Moshiri to take over the struggling Premier League team.According to Sky Sports, Moshiri wants to appoint Simeone as the club’s next manager.Everton have struggled to find their rhythm in the current campaign with the manager, Ronald Koeman becoming the third Premier League manager to be shown the exit door this season when he was sacked on Monday.The ambitious move would see Simeone leave Atletico Madrid, with the La Liga club currently fourth in the Spanish table and on the brink of elimination from the Champions League.Other targets for Everton include Watford boss Marco Silva and former England manager Sam Allardyce, while David Unsworth, who is currently in charge on a temporary basis, is also an option.RelatedDiego Simeone Extends Atletico Madrid ContractSeptember 5, 2017In “Spain”Simeone Confirms Diego Costa Is A Serious Doubt For Huge Arsenal ClashApril 21, 2018In “Europe”UCL: Atletico Ready To Snitch On Ronaldo After Juventus DefeatMarch 16, 2019In “UEFA”
National anthems have been played. The stadium is alive and ecstatic.Ghana’s Black Stars clash with Egypt in a crucial World Cup Qualifying clash which will see the winner, after a return match, pick one of Africa’s five slots for the FIFA 2014 World Cup in Brazil.Ghana side against Egypt (4-2-3-1): Fatau Dauda – Samuel Inkoom, Jerry Akaminko, Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Opare – Michael Essien, Sulley Muntari – Andre Ayew, Asamoah Gyan, Kwadwo Asamoah – Abdul Majeed Waris.Long pass looking for Essien who feeds it to Waris, and him to Asamoah Gyan close outside the box, he darts into the goal area and picks his spot which canon off the right side of the pole and into the net. It’s a goal under perhaps record time.Asamoah Gyan misses the games earliest opportunity coming under a minute but plays it directly into the Egyptian goalkeeper.The Egyptian goalkeeper is injured and receiving treatment on the field. Play resumes. Long pass looking for Essien who feeds it to Waris, and him to Asamoah Gyan close outside the box, he darts into the goal area and picks his spot which canon off the right side of the pole and into the net. It’s a goal under perhaps record time.The Egyptians begin trading passes in a ponderous fashion.They gain a corner which is headed out by Andre Ayew. Despite some nice passes, they lose possesion. Throw-in to Ghana.Sule tris another long pass to Waris which gets him. Kwadwo Asamoah gets into the 18-yard box and fires a shot, parried off beautifully by the keeper.16:00; Thrown-in to the Black Stars, ball crossed to Waris who heads it accurately but yet weakly; goalkeeper points it out.Egyptians still trying a passing game across the midfield and evetually to a winger with the aim to cut inside the Ghana goal area. They have been unsuccessful so far. Opare from his area, gives a long pass to Andre Ayew, who gives it to Essien, he dribbles two opponents into the box quite uncharacteristically, he struggles to shot but it deflects off Gomah into the net.2-0 in favour of the Black Stars.Pharaohs try to build from the back. Abutrika gives a killer pass into the final third gets to a team mate who shots wide off the goal.Black Stars also to take their time with a passing game but Egypt quick to close the players down. One succeeds to block a pass from Jerry but noting comes out of it as the keeper comes out to collect the wayward ball.Essien surges through the midfield and plays a through ball to Inkoom – poor cross. 34mins: Egypt persisting on the flanks but they lose the ball. Long ball to Gyan around the box but he is pulled down for a freekick. Essien hits it into the human wall. Black Stars regain possesion and Essien distributes the ball in nostalgic fashion after a long absence from the team.Egypt pass the ball into the 18 yard area and Rashid Sumaila player handles him. Referee whistles for a penalty. Abutrika converts. Egypt pulls one back.Sulley Muntari takes a freekick and floats the ball into the 18-yard box, a header from Waris and its 3-1 for the StarsHalf TimeEgypt with a substitution. Muntari tries another long range corner from the left side but no one is able to head the ball competently. Essien is dispossessed.Referee stops play to attend to Andre Ayew. He was injured while trying to connect a cross. He has a cut on his forehead. Play resumes. Andre wins a freekick on the edge of the box from the right side of the corner. Muntari crosses to the other side and its crossed back into the box. Sulley tries a bicycle kick, the ball bounces into the goal area and Asamoah Gyan heads into the net. It’s a goal.Black Stars are trouncing the Pharaohs. Egyptians are sinking without a trace in a prediction- defying performance.Egypt persisting in the passing game across the midfield. Essien wins a freekick in the center area, passes the ball, Essien to Muntari, to Waris but lose possession. The Pharaoh’s also lose possession. Gyan gets the ball, trying to make up his mind on what to do but he is cut down for a freekick outside the 18-yard area. The ball hits the Egyptian human wall. Egypt get a chance form a cross but a player scoops a shot over the bar. Three long passes from the Black Stars ends up in the Egyptian half but quickly dispossed by the Egyptians. A defender tries to pass it but Asamoah Gyan intercepts it dangerously in the 18 yard area, the goalkeeper rushes out to catch the ball and clamps down Asamoah Gyan’s foot. Referee whistles for a penalty and shows the keeper a red card.Muntari stands behind to take the penalty after Asamoah Gyan rejects the opportunity to get a hat trick. Cool finishing from Muntari. It’s 5 goals for the Black Stars. Unbelievable, unpredictable but true.Black Stars spell out E-G-Y-P-T in a five goals.Wakaso comes on for Asamoah Gyan. Egypt misuse a corner. They appear to be accepting their fate. Goal kick to Ghana.Agyeman Badu replaces Sulley Muntari. Andre Ayew makes way for Christian Atsu. fantastic reinforcements to perhaps deepen Egypt’s woes.Good cross for Egypt into the box but the forward misses out on a touch. Essien is left in the midfield, gives a long pass to Wakaso who crosses low into the box but cleared by the Egyptians. Egypt with the ball, intercepted. Christian Atsu runs don the left flank, cuts inside and fires in a sensational shot that once again canons off the pole and into the net. Super-sub Atsu celebrates as Olele joins him. Black Stars are aiming to spell P-H-A-R-A-O-H. Agyeman Badu tries to stamp his game by firing off a long shot, goal bound but the keeper punches out to save Egypt. Resistance is broken its extra time. Essien still in the business of giving out killer passes. Egypt win a foul in the edge of thier area. They lose possesion once again very easily. The Stars happy to pass the ball. The long pass and the referee whistles to end the game.The humiliation is complete. 6- 1 the final score line. It’s mincemeat.
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These first eleven players had been divided into three fields, Tito Vilanova, quantity two and quantity three, as a way to perform a easy particular person session, which consisted of a steady race, to evaluate the metabolic state, each cardio and anaerobic, and consider likewise the capability of effort and restoration. They then carried out a collection of sprints and most velocity to measure the lack of colleges in probably the most essential mechanical actions in soccer and that check the hamstrings and, lastly, a power check to check the elasticity of muscle fibers and the lack of muscle mass after nearly two months of confinement. On this final part, solely two players may meet within the fitness center.Players arrived out of their already totally geared up automobiles, bypassing the locker room, heading on to the assigned coaching floor. Once they completed the session, they obtained a bag with the brand new gear that they may use within the subsequent coaching session. The subsequent to reach at Ciutat Esportiva had been Neto, Semedo, Sergio Busquets, De Jong, Braithwaite, Arthur and Rakitic, alongside with the assigned department players, led by Ansu Fati. Ousmane Dembélé, who shouldn’t be enrolled in LaLiga after struggling a long-term harm that may take him about six months off the sphere, didn’t present up. In reality, the French striker not handed the exams of the Covid 19 final Wednesday, though he’s anticipated on the membership’s amenities from Monday to proceed his restoration. The primary participant to reach at Ciutat Esportiva was defender Clement Lenglet, who confirmed up with ten minutes to go earlier than 9. Later, and on this order, Luis Suárez, Ter Stegen, Sergi Roberto, Griezmann, Messi, Umtiti, Arturo Vidal, Jordi Alba, Junior Firpo and Gerard Piqué had been arriving. In whole, eleven players to begin the primary spherical of particular person coaching, strictly complying with the protocol of not having greater than twelve footballers within the sports activities amenities and protecting a minimal distance of 4 meters on the sphere in the course of the session.Curiously, the final to reach had been the coach, Quique Setién, and the second, Eder Sarabia, who attended when there have been jiffy left for the set time of coaching: 9.30. In reality, if we’re choosy, Setien’s assistant was two minutes late.