Bulldogs Blank Cubs In Soccer Play

first_imgThe Batesville Bulldogs competed against the Madison Bears on Saturday, September 9th, winning 4-0.The Bulldogs started out strong and worked the ball around as a unit. 20.47 on the clock, the first ball was put into the back of the net by Batesville. Garth Griffith crossed the ball high over the top of the box, Johnathan Lynch jumped up to head the ball down, and Michael Ripperger finished to goal. 11.56 Ripperger got his second goal dribbled in close to keeper and placed the ball towards the back post. 6.25 Miles Bowser played it in, Zach Harmeyer got a touch, and then Ian Yorn tapped it in around the keeper. First half ended 3-0 and we were able to outshoot them 12 to 7.Second half continued without as many shots. The last goal of the game was shot with a single touch off of Miles Bowser after a deflecting off keeper of Zach Harmeyer’s initial shot. Batesville win 4-0.Courtesy of Bulldogs Kyle Hunteman.last_img read more

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Entertainment briefs: Beenie Man Charts and Machel in Belize

first_imgMachel Montano Performs At Belize PromSoca superstar, Machel Montano, returned to Belize recently to fulfill a promise he made to students at the Stann Creek Ecumenical to perform at their prom.The singer, according to the Belize Reporter, said he returned to the country after promising the Stann Creek Ecumenical High School students he would after a visit there last year. He performed at their prom on May 31st.Montano also said he will begin work on establishing a musical program at the institution to provide students the opportunity to learn about their Garifuna music and culture and empower the next generation of Belizean artistes.“I will continue my work with the school to realize our collective vision, and we will have more things to announce further down the road as things develop,” Montano added.Beenie Man’s 1998 hit single Makes Billboard’s Top 98 of 1998Beenie Man’s 1998 hit single, ‘Who Am I,’ has made it to the list of Billboard Magazine’s Top 98 Tracks of 1998.Credited with the infamous ‘Oh Nah Nah,’ Beenie Man’s ‘Who Am I’ is described by Billboard as “one of dancehall’s few pop culture masterpieces.” Billboard also noted that ‘Who Am I’ became such a staple that Beenie Man had to transform the track in the year 2000 with ‘Girls Dem Sugar,’ a collaboration featuring pop singer Mya. According to Billboard Charts History, ‘Who Am I’ peaked at Number 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in 1998.Billboard’s 98 greatest songs of 1998 celebrate the classics that best defined 1998, and the ones that have stuck with us in the decades since.last_img read more

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Final four line-up in match play championship

first_img Gainer is playing full-time this season having completed her geography degree at Cardiff University and has already won the Frilford Scratch Salver. “I’m enjoying it and just trying to play my best golf,” she said.  A marathon game of 23 holes and an albatross helped decide tomorrow’s semi-finalists in the English women’s open match play championship at Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club.  The first game will see two England internationals go head to head, with Olivia Winning (Rotherham, Yorkshire) taking on Lizzie Prior (Burhill, Surrey), who played 41 holes today to reach the final four.  In the semi-finals she’ll meet Lizzie Prior, who was a fellow team-mate in England’s European triumph. She played 18 holes this morning to beat Bethan Morris of Wales in a spectacular finale to their round. Both birdied 15, Prior birdied 16, Morris eagled 17 and Prior birdied 18 to win 1up.  Click here for full scores  Her opponent is Sophie Newlove (pictured right), who just missed out on a match play place in last year’s championship. This year she’s making up for lost time, finishing on the 13th this morning and following up with a 4/3 win over Kath O’Connor of Wales in the quarter finals. 7 Jul 2017 Final four line-up in match play championship Olivia Winning (pictured top) was the 16th and last qualifier for the match play stages of the championship. But the international knew she was playing well and is vastly experienced, having helped England to become European team champions last year and twice won the Helen Holm Scottish open stroke play.  Prior, who is at university in the USA, is playing in this championship for the first time – and plans to use a different putter tomorrow. It’s an old favourite which temporarily fell out of favour but she says: “It’s got all my course records on it.”  This afternoon she beat Emily Slater (Gog Magog, Cambs & Hunts) 2/1, coming from behind to win with a string of birdies. She chipped in on 13 to get back to one down, they halved 14 in birdies, Gainer won the 15th with a birdie to get all square and then holed a 25ft par putt to win 16 and get ahead, finishing off the match with another birdie on 17.  In the quarter finals she met England U16 girl international Mimi Rhodes (Burnham & Berrow, Somerset) and threw six birdies at her as she marched to a 5/3 win. “I played the kind of golf that’s hard to beat, it was good,” said Winning, who recently helped Yorkshire qualify for the English Women’s County Finals. “I’m really excited for tomorrow.”  In the quarter finals she met Alice Plumb (Sherborne, Dorset) and the duel developed into an endurance test when they finished 18 holes all square. Hole after hole was halved in par before Prior won the 23rd with yet another par (pictured above). “I thought it was going to keep going for a while,” she said.  “I played pretty solid in both rounds, I hit it good off the tee and then just tried to hit it as close as I could,” said Newlove, who is playing her first championships since returning from her US university for the summer break.  This morning she tumbled the top seed, Hannah Screen (Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire) with a birdie on the 17th to get ahead again before confirming the 2 up win. “It was a really good game and we both played really well,” said Winning, who was never behind. The other match features Cara Gainer (Castle Royle, Berkshire), who decided her first round game by holing her second shot on the par five 17th, and Sophie Newlove (Beeston Fields, Nottinghamshire), who played just 28 holes today.  Cara Gainer (pictured right) was on show-stopping form as she moved through her games – winning her first round game with an albatross two on the par five 17th. She was playing the impressive 13-year-old Kate Bibby (The Els Club Dubai) and said: “It was a nice feeling to do that, it made it easy!”  “I’m excited about tomorrow,” she said. “I’ve got my mum on the bag and she’s not a golfer so we don’t talk about golf much, just enjoy it.”  Images copyright Leaderboard Photographylast_img read more

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