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Bulldogs MS Grapplers Get Win Over Golden Bears

first_imgThe Bulldog Middle School wrestling squad started off their final week of the season with a bang.  Hosting the Shelbyville Bears the Bulldogs put up a solid battle the entire night to walk away with a 58-57 win, taking them to 2-10 on the season in dual meet action.The evening started out with the bears giving up five weight classes and Batesville jumped out to an early 36-0 lead.  Receiving forfeits for the Bulldogs included; Joey Gutzwiller, Caleb Bischoff- Niece, JT Linkel, Andy Gutzwiller, and Henry Lipinski.  95 pounder, Isaiah Riffle continued the trend as he pinned his opponent in 1:12 in the first period.  Dallas Lamping walked away from a hard fought match with a 9-1 major decision over his 105 bout.  Jackson Wooldridge, Kevin Crowell, and Hunter Hon put together a trio of pins that increased the Bulldog lead to 58-30.  With the host team giving up six weight classes toward the upper weights, it lead to a nail biting end where the Bulldogs came out on top.Other wrestlers seeing varsity matches included, Noah Hewitt, Cole Streuwing, Ethan Gibbs, and Mitchell Thomas.  A great evening of effort and improvement came through for the Batesville grapplers.The Bulldogs will be back in action this Thursday as they host visiting Greensburg at Batesville Middle School starting at 5:30pm.Submitted by Cassie Mumaw.last_img read more

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Cali third, McMonagle fourth for Bees at sectional wrestling meet

first_imgThe middle of February means that, for the Baldwinsville wrestling team, it was time to again head to SRC Arena for the Section III championship meet.And while the Bees did not have any of its wrestlers reach the finals, it still got a handful of podium finishes as it picked up 50.5 points for 13th place in the team portion, Fulton winning with 258.5 points.Aiden Cali earned third place at 106 pounds, having nearly got to the title round before a narrow 7-6 defeat to Watertown’s Jack Clough in the semifinals.Moving to the consolation bracket, Cali won over Damon Hogan (Central Square) and then pinned Jamesville-DeWitt/CBA’s Jackson Thomas in the third-place bout.Jared McMonagle was the lone B’ville wrestler to enter the sectional meet as a top seed, at 99 pounds, and did pin his quarterfinal opponent, Liverpool’s Lucas Smith, in 55 seconds.But in the semifinals, McMonagle ran into Indian River’s no. 4 seed, Brady Lynch, who beat him 10-4. McMonagle would win once in the consolation bracket, but settled for fourth place when Carthage’s Shay Sinitiere claimed a 9-5 decision in the consolation bracket final.Max Naples earned sixth place at 120 pounds. Connor Krahl, after a first-round 2-1 win over Trey Darmody-Latham (Syracuse) in the first round at 160 pounds, got pinned by the eventual champion, Fulton’s Kamrin Galvin, in the quarterfinals.At 182 pounds, Mike Krahl lost to another top seed, Carthage’s Tom Albright. Jacob Mitts (220 pounds) pinned the Comets’ Michael Okooti but suffered a 17-second fall by Auburn’s Keyshin Cooper in the next round.Korbin Haney (285 pounds) took a quarterfinal defeat to Liverpool’s J.J. Guindy. Kegan Hayes (99) lost in the opening round, as did Mason Clarke at 113 pounds, Ryan Hemund at 152 pounds and Fred Pickard at 182.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: Baldwinsvillewrestlinglast_img read more

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Dodgers’ Justin Turner stays positive during trying season

first_imgLOS ANGELES – Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner has one of the sweeter right-handed swings in baseball. But even his can turn a bit sour with down time.Sign up for our Inside the Dodgers newsletter. Be the best Dodger fan you can be by getting daily intel on your favorite team. Subscribe here.Turner has two stints on the disabled list this season, starting at the beginning when he missed the first 40 games with a fractured left wrist. More recently, he spent 10 days on the DL with a strained right groin.It shows.Two years ago he batted .275 with career highs in home runs (27) and RBIs (90) in 151 games, the most he’s played in a season. He batted .322 with 21 home runs and 71 RBIs this past season in 130 games. “I mean, it’s hard to keep the swing together when you’re playing every day,” said Turner, in his 10th season. “So these last 10 days (on the DL) were a time where swinging didn’t really affect my groin injury, so I got to spend a significant amount of time in the cage working on some stuff that I wanted to clean up, and I feel pretty good in there right now.”Manager Dave Roberts, who played 10 years in the majors, understands how difficult it is to stay in a hitting groove in Turner’s situation.“It is tough,” he said. “It’s tough for any player when you’re not getting those consistent at-bats and there’s intermittent DL stints.”Roberts is confident Turner’s injuries are in the past, and that he’ll be ready to shine for the stretch run.“I like the way he’s moving right now and he made some plays last night that were indicative of that,” Roberts said. “So the goal is to be strong and locked in as we get through the season, September through October. With the consistent playing time, JT will be fine.”Pederson in record bookWhen outfielder Joc Pederson hit a home run leading off the first inning of Friday’s 2-1 loss to the Astros, he entered the Dodgers record book. The previous game he also hit a leadoff home run, making him just the second player in franchise history to lead off back-to-back games with home runs.The other was Carl Furillo, who did it July 12-13, 1951, for the Brooklyn Dodgers.Pederson said he didn’t know he had joined Furillo in this light, but he smiled when told.“It’s pretty cool,” he said. “I mean, yeah. I don’t know what to say.”Pederson, still just 26, was batting .261 with 17 home runs and 44 RBIs before Saturday. He had 26 home runs and 54 RBIs in 2015 and 25 home runs and 68 RBIs in 2016. But he hit .210 and .246, respectively.Roberts intimated Pederson might be coming into his own.“The consistency, for me, has been the approach, the mechanics,” Roberts said. “There hasn’t been the tinkering. And so as a result, he’s arguably had his best year as a major-league ballplayer.”Stripling throws simulated gameRight-handed starting pitcher Ross Stripling (8-3, 2.68 ERA) threw a two-inning, 30-pitch simulated game a few hours before Saturday’s game. He is on the DL with a toe injury.Roberts liked what he saw, and said Stripling could be ready to pitch in the four-game series at Colorado, which begins Thursday.“I just liked the way he was coming out,” Roberts said. “Just talked to him, and he feels good about it.”Wood to DLLeft-handed starting pitcher Alex Wood (7-6, 3.58 ERA) was placed on the DL late Friday with left adductor tendinitis, and the Dodgers reinstated left-handed reliever Zac Rosscup (left middle-finger inflammation) from the 10-day DL. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies This season he’s at .257 with six home runs and 22 RBIs while playing in just 52 of the Dodgers’ 111 games before Saturday’s against the Houston Astros. He had just 171 at-bats.No doubt, it must be a bummer. But Turner, 33, is keeping things positive.“I mean, yeah, the goal is to be on the field and be available as much as possible to help us win games, and it’s frustrating when you’re not,” said Turner, who returned to action Thursday and had a two-run home run in the Dodgers’ 21-5 victory over Milwaukee.“But at the same time, no one’s going to feel sorry for you or anything like that, so you’ve just gotta go out there and get right back to the grind.”Turner said he is currently comfortable at the plate, partly because he was able to get in some hitting during his latest episode.Related Articles Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire last_img read more

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Flames reverse decision to not pay part-time arena workers for events canceled due to coronavirus

first_img“Unless notified by your supervisor, all scheduled shifts are cancelled. CSEC will pay for your March 12, 2020 shift if you were scheduled to work as the notice of cancellation was less than the 24 hours required by Alberta Employment Standards. Any shifts on March 13, 2020 and beyond must be pre-approved by your supervisor,” the original email reportedly stated. “Alberta Employment Standards requires that employers provide 24 hours’ notice for cancellation of scheduled shifts. CSEC will pay employees where the notification of cancellation was less than 24 hours. No payment will be made for shifts cancelled with greater than 24 hours’ notice.”The move came at a time when several other ownership groups — and even some players — around the NHL and NBA had publicly stated they will be covering the wages of venue employees during the shutdown, at least in the short term. The CSEC’s bucking of that trend triggered a negative backlash on social media, which may have triggered the Flames owners’ reversal of their original decision.Sporting News’ Sam Ficarro contributed to this story. After public backlash, the Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation (CSEC) announced Sunday a compensation program for part-time employees.”It has been a very challenging week for all of us. We may not get everything right, out of the gate, but we can assure you that we will continue to work hard to do what is right for all of our Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation family,” CSEC president and CEO John Bean said. “Subsequent to the release of our previous communication, we have obtained a number of additional pieces of information including communicating directly with many part-time employees. This has prompted us to reach out to you today and advise that we will now be adopting an income bridge support group for qualifying employees.”MORE: Are Canadian NHL teams paying part-time arena workers for events canceled due to coronavirus?According to the Calgary Herald, CSEC sent an email on Friday to workers of the Scotiabank Saddledome — home of the Flames, the WHL’s Calgary Hitmen and the NLL’s Calgary Roughnecks; all teams owned by CSEC — stating that they would not be paid for shifts beyond the March 12 date that saw the indefinite postponement of many leagues around the world. The NHL’s “pause” due to coronavirus (COVID-19) fears has caused many arenas across North America to shut down, and on Friday the owners of the Calgary Flames reportedly notified hourly and event employees that they would not be paid for canceled shifts.Less than 48 hours later, they changed their minds.last_img read more

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