Batesville Boys Golf results for Tuesday (4-17) at Connersville vs. Connersville and Franklin County. Match was played at Willowbrook Country Club (Front 9).Team Scores: Connersville 188, Batesville 197, Franklin County 211FC_ConnersvilleMatch Medalist: Tristian Lamppert-Batesville (+6) 42Next Match: North Decatur/Hauser (4-19)Record: 8-1 (1-1 EIAC)Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Ben Siefert.
Aurora, IN—South Dearborn Community School Corporation is using its innovative technology to help area hospital workers. The school corporation houses several 3D printers, which are capable of printing all types of items from an assortment of materials. With the help of Five Star Technology, South Dearborn Schools were able to design and print 314 ear guards. The ear guards will be used by healthcare workers to protect their ears from the elastic straps of the face masks they are required to wear while working. The ear guards were recently donated to Highpoint Health Hospital in Lawrenceburg, Margaret Mary Health in Batesville, and Decatur County Memorial Hospital in Greensburg. read more
Safet Sušić is one of the candidates to succeed Tito Vilanova for the famous club Barcelona. This was news published by the Zagreb-based Jutarnji List, and which was spread to the sports public in our country and beyond.According to Jutarnji, the Sports Director of Barcelona Andoni Zubizarreta spoke to the Montenegrin Manager and Sušić’s good friend Milan Ćalasan who wanted to make contact and arrange a meeting with Sušić, in order to place him on the list of one of the top candidates as successor to Vilanova.“I do not know anything about that. Ćalasan is my good friend and it is possible that in a conversation my name was mentioned, but I do not know how realistic this option is. I am focused on the BIH representation with whom I wish to enter the World Cup and I have already come to Sarajevo in order to prepare the team for a friendly match with the US on 14 August on Koševo, which will serve as a preparation for the continuation of qualifications in September. I am thinking of how to fight for placement for the World Cup in Brazil’’, he said for klix.ba.He said that he would contact his friend Ćalasan to see how his name has been brought into context with Barcelona.(Source: klix.ba; photo source: fanovireprezentacije.ba) read more
The Reds dominated throughout and could have been out of sight by half-time, but as it was they had to settle for Roberto Firmino’s header.However, James Milner’s penalty, a second for Firmino and a Trent Alexander-Arnold ping did further damage in the second half to move Jürgen Klopp’s side 13 points ahead of the Foxes with a game in handShare on: WhatsApp Trent Alexander-Arnold Leicester City 0-4 Liverpool Firmino heads Reds into lead on 31 minutes Milner penalty doubles advantage on 71 before Firmino strikes again Alexander-Arnold drills in a fourthLeicester , UK | THE INDEPENDENT | A simply breathtaking performance from Liverpool secures an emphatic victory over Leicester City at the King Power Stadium to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table. read more
Girls’ team: Sammy Fuller (Roehampton, Surrey), Lily May Humphreys (Stoke-by-Nayland, Essex), Hollie Muse (West Lancashire), Emily Price (Cleobury Mortimer, Worcestershire), Hannah Screen, (Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire), Bel Wardle (Prestbury, Cheshire). Amelia Williamson (Royal Cromer, Norfolk) was unwell and had to withdraw. Team captain Janet Melville said: “The plan this week was to try to win every session. We knew that wouldn’t be easy but we’ve managed it so we’re very pleased. We got off to a really good start this afternoon and they were all up early on so that took the pressure off a bit.” Tags: Girls’ Home International Clodagh Hopkins, the Ireland women’s captain, said: “This is just amazing. I can’t believe it has happened. The English are a very strong team but I had an inkling we could get something out of the match. The girls have played so well and been so positive all week that I knew they had a chance. Every time we went out we did just enough and that’s exactly what we did today.” Image courtesy The R&A This is England’s ninth win in 10 years and during the decade the team has been beaten only by Ireland in 2016. 11 Aug 2017 England’s girls reclaim their crown “The plan this week was to try to win every session. We knew that wouldn’t be easy but we’ve managed it so we’re very pleased. We got off to a really good start this afternoon and they were all up early on so that took the pressure off a bit. However, the England women’s team – who had won the last three championships – lost their title to Ireland, suffering a narrow 4-5 beating. Women’s team: Emma Allen (Meon Valley, Hampshire), Lianna Bailey (Kirby Muxloe, Leicestershire), Gemma Clews (Delamere Forest, Cheshire), India Clyburn (Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire), Sophie Lamb (Clitheroe, Lancashire), Rochelle Morris (Woodsome Hall, Yorkshire), Olivia Winning (Rotherham, Yorkshire). Click here for full scores England captain Elaine Ratcliffe commented: “The Irish played some great golf on that back nine. It was still close after nine, we were up in two games, but the others were really close. You’ve got to hand it to the Irish.” England today reclaimed their crown as Girls’ Home Internationals champions, beating Ireland 6.5-2.5 to clinch the title on the final day at Little Aston, Staffordshire. The strong English team were in dominant form throughout the match despite losing Amelia Williamson to gastroenteritis on the eve of the championship. The English claimed the morning foursomes 2½-½ and then went further ahead in the singles when Hollie Muse and Sammy Fuller both won their sixth matches out of six by recording 6&5 victories over Lauren Walsh and Sara Byrne. The England team looked set to claim the title for the sixth time in seven years after sharing the morning foursomes and then taking an early lead in the singles, but that was before the Irish mounted a late comeback which resulted in them claiming their victory. Although the team was down to six players for the three-day tournament, England defeated Wales 8-1 and Scotland 7-2 before battling hard to defeat a tough young Irish squad on the last afternoon. read more