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first_imgThe Batesville Lady Bulldogs defeated the South Dearborn Lady Knights at Hillcrest Country Club by a score of 186 to 264. Oldenburg also participated by had just 2 golfers.Batesville was led by Emma Weiler with a 39. Followed by Josie Meyer 45, Rhea Miller 50, Tori Harpring 52, Madelyn Pohlman 53, and Chloe Murphy 65. South Dearborn was led by Emma Seevers and Haylee Brasheers with 65. Emerald Simmons led OA with a 53.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Tom Meyer.The Jac-Cen-Del Eagles Boys Soccer team blanked the Switzerland County Pacers 5-0.‘Beautiful night for a soccer game. We started out the game very flat and slow, which has been somewhat of a troubling trend for us the past few games. We are dealing with some injuries and have guys playing out of position at times. We did a very good job in the second half of increasing our intensity.’ Eagles Coach Derek Jones.The Eagles were lead in scoring tonight by Jacob Jines with 3 goals and 2 assists, followed by Luke Meyer with 1 goal and 1 assists, Jordan Meyer with 1 goal, and Gage Benefiel with 1 assist.The JCD Jr High Eagles soccer team traveled to Greensburg to play the Pirates. After a early goal by the Pirates , Lane Carroll drove down the field and drew the defense to himself. He passed off to Brody Huff for the score. The game ended in a 1-1 Tie.JCD Stats: Brody Huff 1 goal 3 shots, Lane Carroll 1 assist, 7 shots, Grant Rinear 5 shots, Noah Liensberger 2 shots,Defensive Sam Simon 6 stops, Kayden Vachet 6 stops, Berkley Williams 5 stops, Ben Schoettmer 8 saves.PLAYER OF THE GAME: Brody Huff.Courtesy of Eagles Coach Larry Hammond.The Batesville Bulldogs Boys Tennis team was defeated in a close match against Shelbyville, 3-2.Lleyton Ratcliffe and Cael Rahe led the Bulldogs picking up wins at #1 and #2 Singles. Batesville is now 1-2 on the season.   The JV was defeated 4-2. Winners were the doubles teams of Alec Bunselmeier/Jackson Wanstrath and Sam Johnson/Lyle Oesterling. The JV is now 2-1.  Batesville will host South Dearborn on Thursday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Mike McKinney.The Batesville Lady Bulldogs battled The Greensburg Lady Pirates in Volleyball on Monday Night.The Lady Pirates won the JV battle with both games ended with a score of 25-20.  Top server was Kennedy Westrick who went 10 for 10 with 2 aces. Maggie Wilson led the team in serve-receive as well as having 5 kills. In setting, Kaitlyn Sarringhaus had 7 asssists. The Varsity team lost in three games. The scores were: 25-21, 25-14, and 25-18. Even though the girls suffered a loss, Cayman Werner went 9/10 on serves with 2 aces. Cayman also led the team with 4 blocks. Katie Bedel contributed with 8 kills.The volleyball team heads to Franklin County on Tuesday, August 25th.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Vickie Heil.Coming off a full week of play last week the Jac-Cen-Del Lady Eagles took on the Southwestern Shelby Spartans. It was a close match which ultimately came down to a fifth and deciding set. Southwestern ended up coming away with the win after taking the 1st, 3rd, and 5th sets. (25-16, 16-25, 25-17, 15-25, 15-9)According to Lady Eagles Coach Cat Schmeltz, “Tonight’s game was a good way to gauge where this year’s team is at. We know that we have grown tremendously since last season and Southwestern was a team we had immense struggles against last year. It was nice to see that we can compete against a team that we didn’t last season. Overall, I am extremely pleased with how we are playing at this point in the season. We need to continue to clean up some things but overall we are in a good place.”Serving: Aundrea Cullen 19/19 — 2 Aces; McKenzy Gray 15/16 — 3 Aces; Desiree Sparks 16/20 — 3 Aces; Marie Gohr 8/10 — 2 Aces. Serve Receive: Aundrea Cullen 26/27; Shaylee Volz 15/15; McKenzy Gray 12/13; Marie Gohr 11/11.  Hitting: Desiree Sparks 19/24 — 9 Kills; Shaylee Volz 23/31 — 7 kills; McKenzy Gray 27/30 — 7 kills. Blocking: Desiree Sparks: 3; McKenzy Gray: 1.  DigsAundrea Cullen – 26; Shaylee Volz – 18; Emma Newhart – 15.last_img read more

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Rakeem Christmas receives All-ACC 1st team, ACSMA All-ACC defensive team honors

first_img Published on March 8, 2015 at 3:22 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3 Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse senior Rakeem Christmas was named first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference on Sunday, the league announced in a release. He was also named to the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association All-ACC defensive team.Christmas also received Most Improved Player in the conference and came in second in Defensive Player of the Year voting.He joins Duke freshman Jahlil Okafor, Notre Dame senior Jerian Grant, Virginia junior Malcolm Brogdon and Boston College junior Olivier Hanlan on the all-conference first team.Christmas makes the defensive team along with Brogdon, Virginia senior Darion Atkins, Miami junior Tonye Jekiri and North Carolina State sophomore BeeJay Anya.Christmas finished his Syracuse career on Saturday with his 12th double-double of the season. He finished third in the conference averaging 17.5 points per game and fourth in rebounding at 9.1 boards per game. He finished his career with 247 blocks, including 2.5 per game this season. He was named on 58 of the 64 ballots for the all-defensive team, the most of any player.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNo other Syracuse player made either all-conference teams or the honorable mention list. The Orange will not play in next week’s ACC tournament due to a self-imposed postseason ban. The Orange finished the season 18-13 and 9-9 in the conference. Commentslast_img read more

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Alcona does not become a 2nd amendment sanctuary county

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALCONA, Mich. — Gun rights supporters crowded the Alcona County courthouse this morning, hoping to see their county declared a 2nd amendment sanctuary. While there is no legality behind this title, it does show that the county supports gun rights for their citizens.Last week 2nd amendment supporters gathered at Alpena’s annex building to do the same thing, however that decision was tabled until later this month. At Alcona’s commission meeting Wednesday morning, supporters voiced reasons why they support this resolution. Chair of Alcona County Republicans, Carrie Mullins said, “It’s not just about hunting. It’s about protecting one’s self, protecting others, and it’s a god–given right. Up here, that’s one of the things we do focus on. Don’t take our guns.” Over a dozen attendees spoke up during the public comment portion of the meeting, and most of them were concerned about current attempts to change gun laws, especially in Virginia.The board of commissioners voted unanimously to approve the resolution, but before they did, there was a significant amendment added. The word sanctuary had been removed. However, the county’s support of the 2nd amendment was made clear. Because the resolution carries no legal changes, chairman of the board, Craig Johnston agreed that this resolution is more of a statement from the commissioners and Alcona’s citizens. “Well I think the statement is that, as the board of commissioners, we will not tolerate infringements on 2nd amendment rights,” he said. “We’ll be very on guard for that happening. I’m sure this group of people will make sure we’re on guard. If anything comes along we will hear from them.”David Adams is a volunteer with Michigan for 2A Counties and he was the one to present the resolution. He said that, overall, he’s satisfied with the outcome. “Here in Alcona County I believe we’re in good shape. The amended resolution will be sent to Lansing and so forth, and I think that was the main purpose to get the word out that we’re not moving on this issue.”While the board of commissioners voiced their support for 2nd amendment rights in their county, it was decided that Alcona will not become a 2nd amendment sanctuary. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Alcona County, Alcona County RepublicansContinue ReadingPrevious Huron Pines making the most of the Emily Min Hunt Nature PreserveNext State of Michigan offers resources about auto insurance laws ahead of July 1 changeslast_img read more

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