Medalist: Thomas Hatcher-Batesville (38)———————Junior Varsity ResultsTeam Scoring: (3 scores)Batesville: 141Jennings County: 153Jacob Vogelsang 45Jake Flaspohler 46Keegan Straub 57Brandon Rose 50Medalist: Jacob Vogelsang-Batesville (45) Batesville vs Jennings County Golf at Hillcrest Country Club.Team Scoring: Batesville 157, Jennings County 184.Individual Scoring for Batesville:Dominique Schildknecht 41Thomas Hatcher 38Alec Giesting 39Henry Luchow 39Ryan Harmeyer 47Billy Carroll 44
Promoted ContentThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithTop 10 Enemies Turned Friends In TV2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year10 Awesome 2019 Movies You Probably MissedEd Sheeran’s 8 Best Collaborations10 Absolutely Unique Facts About Kanye7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Lil Nas X’s Hit Song Is Becoming The Longest #1 Song Ever8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthWhy Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do This Marca cite a report in Foot Mercato that Fekir is one of three primed targets for the club who are set for a takeover, with Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly and Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani. Real Betis playmaker Nabil Fekir has reportedly emerged as a transfer target for Newcastle United this summer.Advertisement Loading… Last week, Diario AS reported that Arsenal and Milan had both made an initial enquiry for the playmaker but had been quoted at €50m.Fekir has been linked with a summer exit from the Seville-based club while his former club Olympique Lyonnais are entitled to 20% of any sale, hence why Betis are demanding such a figure.The 26-year-old has netted seven goals and provided three assists in his 23 matches for Betis since his landmark summer switch from French club Olympique Lyonnais.Indeed, that signing was viewed as a significant coup for Los Verdiblancos and it has been widely reported that another club could swoop this coming summer.Last month, El Desmarque cited a report in the Daily Star that the Gunners even held discussions with him last summer before he left Lyon but was already set on a move to Seville.Dani Ceballos is approaching the end of his season-long loan deal in North London from Real Madrid and there have even been suggestions he could return to Betis this summer.It follows a similar report in fichajes.net that Real Madrid are interested after he played a starring role in the most recent La Liga match – a 2-1 win for Betis at home to Los Blancos.Read Also: No dates set for return of Spanish footballMeanwhile, a report five weeks ago in Diario AS claimed that Milan also held an interest in the France international but their €40m valuation of the player was unlikely to be enough.Los Verdiblancos are likely to miss out on European football this season and will therefore need to sell star players – Giovani Lo Celso, Pau Lopez and Junior Firpo were among those to depart last summer.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Mrs. Nellie Lee (Tague) Hamilton, age 89, of Bennington, Indiana, entered this life on July 9, 1929, in Muncie, Indiana. She was the loving daughter of the late, Rufus Walter and Alice Lillian (Roberts) Tague. She was raised in Dupont, Indiana and was a graduate of Oakland School in Madison, Indiana. On January 11, 1947, she was united in marriage to Charles Everett Hamilton at the Wirt Baptist Parsonage in Madison, Indiana. This happy union of 62 years was blessed with four sons, Rodger, Richard, Steve and Larry and two daughters, Joyce and Sara. She resided most of her life in Switzerland County and was a wonderful homemaker. She loved her vegetable garden, flower beds, painting, sewing and hummingbirds. Nellie passed away at 12:05 p.m., Friday, May 31, 2019, at The Waters of Clifty Falls in Madison, Indiana.Nellie will be lovingly remembered by her children, Rodger Hamilton of Bennington, IN, Richard Hamilton and his wife: Anita of Bennington, IN, Steve Hamilton and his wife: Kathy of Milton, KY, Larry Hamilton of Edmonton, KY, Joyce Hamilton of Penrose, CO and Sara Smith of Madison, IN; her 12-grandchildren, 24-great-grandchildren and 9-great-great-grandchildren and her half-brother, Billy Joe Wren of Boise, ID.She was preceded in death by her parents, Rufus Walter Tague, died February 19, 1960 and Alice Lillian (Roberts) Tague, died November 5, 1972; her husband, Charles Everett Hamilton, died January 12, 2009; her children, Vivian Kay Hamilton, died September 12, 1947, Ronald Allen Hamilton, died June 9, 1952 and Bryant Keith Hamilton, died June 17, 1968; her great-grandchildren, Jace Alexander Herring, died June 13, 2004 and Jorja Marie Pearl Herring, died September 22, 2006; her daughter-in-law, Carole Ann Hamilton, died October 9, 2014; her sisters, Ruby Alice Tague, died November 28, 1932, Carolyn E. Skirvin, died June 8, 2002, Dorothy A. Whisman, died February 28, 2005 and Edna Ruth Robertson, died August 2, 2007 and her half-brother, Robert Lincoln Tague, died February 1, 1991.Graveside Services will be conducted Monday, June 3, 2019, at 11:00 a.m., by Bro. Cliff Hartley at the Pleasant Cemetery in Pleasant, Indiana.Memorial contributions may be made to the Pleasant Cemetery Fund. Cards are available at the funeral home or online at www.haskellandmorrison.com
Following cremation a graveside service will be held on Friday, January 17, 2020 at 1 p.m. at Maple Grove Cemetery. Those surviving who will cherish Jerome’s memory include his companion, Marsha McCleery; a daughter, Diana Weston; siblings, Charlie (Freida) Feller of Brookville, Dorothy Noel of Brookville, Mary Bryant (Willie Goins) of New Trenton, and Margie (Duane) Reese of Brookville; one granddaughter, Shyanna Weston, and four grandsons, Gunner Vickers, Gage Vickers, Ryder Weston and Gregory Davidson. He was preceded in death by his parents Jerome A. Feller, of Sunman, was born on October 17, 1958 in Dearborn County, a son to Cornelius and Pearl Reed Feller. He farmed most of his life and was a member of St. Peter’s Catholic Church. Jerome enjoyed fishing, hunting and spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. On Sunday, January 12, 2020 at the age of 61, he passed away at his residence. Memorial contributions can be directed to the family in care of the funeral home. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal memory please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger is honored to serve the family of Jerome Feller.
RelatedPosts Italy introduces compulsory virus testing for travellers from France Nigeria records new COVID-19 infections, more deaths as figures rise to 57,242 Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ West Ham United vice-chairman Karen Brady says hopes of re-starting the English Premier League in three weeks are “dreamland” and believes this season could be declared null and void. England’s top-flight football league, like the rest of world sports, finds itself in unprecedented peace-time territory as it attempts to react to the coronavirus pandemic. The outbreak has infected nearly 800 people so far in Britain. The Premier League moved to shut down until at least April 4 on Friday, joining top leagues in Spain, Italy, Germany and France, where fixtures have also been suspended. With no certainty as to when things will return to normal, it has left the 20 clubs in limbo. Liverpool are tantalisingly close to a first title in 30 years and several clubs, including West Ham, in the thick of a relegation battle. Brady said in her column in The Sun: “The Premier League hopes that an interlude of three weeks from today will enable it to restart but that may well be dreamland. “There is no dodging the possibility that all levels in the English Football League (EFL), as well as the Premier League, will have to be cancelled and this season declared null and void. “This is because, if the players can’t play, the games can’t go ahead.” Brady says cancelling the Euro 2020 championships could allow more time for the Premier League season to be completed. West Ham, like most teams in the Premier League, have nine games remaining, which even if the suspension is limited to three weeks, presents a huge challenge. This is because the season was originally scheduled to finish on May 17. There are also FA Cup, UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League matches to factor in. Premier League chiefs and the clubs will meet to discuss the options next week. The options are not numerous, though. Stopping the season and declaring the current standings as final would be hugely controversial. While few would begrudge Liverpool a first title in 30 years – they are 25 points ahead of their nearest rivals – the relegation places are too close to call. Six points separate bottom club Norwich City from West Ham who are in 16th spot, two places above the drop zone. Likewise, nothing is yet decided in the second-tier English Championship’s promotion race. Brady added: “So, what if the league cannot be finished? “As games in both the Premier League and English Football League are affected, the only fair and reasonable thing to do is declare the whole season null and void. “Who knows who would have gone down or come up if the games have not actually been played in full? “A huge blow to Liverpool who might be robbed of their first title in 30 years.” Brighton and Hove Albion’s chief executive Paul Barber said the decision to suspend the league was the only option. “Our priority is to play out the remainder of the season, but we have to be realistic in that we do not know where this virus is heading,” he said. Reuters/NAN.Tags: CoronavirusKaren BradyPremier LeagueWest Ham United
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has seen at first hand how captain Steven Gerrard bounces back from “hard moments” and the midfielder will be looking to make up for a double disappointment this weekend. The 34-year-old, left on the bench for the Champions League defeat to Real Madrid in the Bernabeu, will be the centre of attention in the run-up to Saturday’s visit of unbeaten Premier League leaders Chelsea. Repeats of his slip which allowed Demba Ba to score at Anfield in April and set in motion the beginning of the end of the club’s title dream will be replayed on television screens throughout the country, and Chelsea fans will regularly remind him with a song they invented to mark the occasion. “I know there has been a bit of criticism for the selection but I think it is a disservice to the team that played,” he added. “The idea was to make sure we stayed in the game for 60-65 minutes and then open up the game with the quality of Steven’s passing, Raheem Sterling’s speed and Phil Coutinho’s creativity but we couldn’t get a goal. “I don’t look so much into it because any criticism that comes is part of what you take as a manager, but I didn’t think it was fair to call Kolo Toure, Lucas Leiva or Adam Lallana a reserve player. “Those boys put in a great performance and they deserved more praise as opposed to the criticism which came. “It doesn’t affect me any way as I don’t listen to it, good or bad. I don’t have to justify it, the players justified it the other night. “Managers up and down the country are dealing in the reality of being a manager; it is not fantasy football, it is not on sentiment or on a computer, when we are picking teams we are dealing with the reality of players and their physical condition and tactics going into the game. “It was probably hard for you guys, you are not privy to some of the information I have so you probably wouldn’t have known Steven had a scan on his hamstring on the Monday before we travelled out. But it was always in the plan (for him to be left out) where he was at in terms of his games. “Those players who did play certainly didn’t do themselves any harm. For all of them it was a great opportunity.” One player still waiting for another chance is striker Daniel Sturridge, who has not played for Liverpool since August 31 after a thigh injury sustained on international duty was then compounded on his return to fitness by a calf problem suffered in training with his club three weeks ago. “Daniel is out on the field today with the rehab team, he was moving very well but he is probably a bit of time away I think,” said the Reds boss. Press Association It turned out to be a pivotal moment not only in the season but also in the club’s history as they fell agonisingly short of winning their first championship for 24 years. However, it has not been spoken of since at the club’s Melwood training ground. “I think it was probably more for you guys (the media). It was just an unfortunate thing for me,” said Rodgers, who revealed Gerrard had a scan on a hamstring before the squad flew out to Madrid on Monday. “It shows you the character of Steven. He has demonstrated that through his career. “He has had hard moments in his career and he always responds magnificently – there was no blame. “He was instrumental in our run last year and how well we played and he is a big character and bounces back from that.” Having been restricted to just 20 minutes as a substitute in Liverpool’s midweek glamour fixture, Gerrard is set to return to the starting line up along with a number of the seven who were left out at the Bernabeu. The rights and wrongs of Rodgers’ team in Madrid have been debated extensively since but he has brushed aside the controversy.
President Trump will appear during each of this week’s Republican National Convention, according to reports and sources at the White House.The four-day convention begins Monday, Aug. 24On Sunday, the president’s campaign senior adviser, Jason Miller, told NBC’s “Meet the Press” that those watching and attending can expect to hear Trump “speaking at various parts through each of the nights.”The commander-in-chief to set to wrap up the GOP convention by making his acceptance speech from the White House on Thursday.1 more day until we nominate @realDonaldTrump and @Mike_Pence for #FourMoreYears! Tune in tomorrow to watch the formal re-nomination!#RNC2020 #1day pic.twitter.com/8HLAa1NKlP— #RNC2020 GOP Convention (@GOPconvention) August 23, 2020 Meanwhile, Miller went on to say that the convention will focus on the president’s accomplishments and present his plans for a second term.He told NBC that the events will provide “a complete change in the perception that I believe the media tries to tell of what a Trump supporter looks like, or who a Trump supporter is.”Nearly 336 delegates are expected to attend the convention, which has been scaled down due to the pandemic.
Fulham manager Martin Jol has hit back at Mark Hughes’ claim that the club lacks ambition.Jol succeeded the Welshman at Craven Cottage after Hughes quit the Whites because he felt they could not match his long-term aspirations. Hughes believes QPR have a bright future.Hughes took over at QPR this week – despite the fact they are new to the top flight and are struggling to stay there.“We have been playing in the Premier League now for years, so it is a different club,” said Jol.AdChoices广告“We have played in a European final and that is not easy to achieve. When I came here I knew Fulham were ambitious.”And the Dutchman suggested Hughes was taking a risk by declaring that he wanted to build a legacy at Rangers.Referring to Hughes’ spells at Fulham and Manchester City, Jol added: “He is very brave to say that. If you look at the clubs he has managed, it has been for two years at the most.”Related stories:Hughes wants to build QPR legacyHughes: I’ve learnt from mistakes at CityHughes: I’m at QPR for the long haul Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facbook
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 11, 2017 at 6:48 pm [View the story “Syracuse-Wake Forest football 2017” on Storify] Comments
Nigeria’s Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung, has questioned the quest by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to appoint a foreign coach when they cannot even pay their local coaches.The NFF is set to soon appoint a new coach for the country ahead of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers with Frenchman and former Cameroun coach Paul Le Guen the front runner. But the sports minister has questioned the rationale behind this, describing it “a fundamental contradiction not easy to swallow”.“When you can’t pay the local coaches, do we still go and look for a foreign coach?,” Dalung questioned.“It’s a fundamental contradiction not easy to swallow and we want the best for Nigeria.”Several of the national team coaches have not been paid for several months by the cash-strapped NFF, who have announced they are shopping for a sponsor for the foreign coach.Previous Eagles coaches including late Stephen Keshi and Sunday Oliseh complained they were owed salaries.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram