Halle Shoults of Oxford, IndianaIndianapolis, in. — Miss Indiana State Fair 2019 Halle Shoults of Oxford, Indiana, is a sophomore at Purdue University majoring in Speech Language & Hearing Sciences, with a minor in Critical Disabilities. She is an active member of Ann Tweedale Cooperative at Purdue University, Gear Up! Benton County (event founder & coordinator), 4-H, and Purdue Lilly Scholars Network. Halle enjoys a variety of activities such as attending Purdue sporting events, coaching young showman in showmanship and horsemanship at the state and local 4-H Horse & Pony Club levels, and totally embraces being Flawesome! She looks forward to a career in a hospital or rehabilitation facility specializing in pediatric trauma patients and children with disabilities.The Indiana State Fair Queen plays a key role in promoting the Indiana State Fair by traveling nearly 6,500 miles during June and July to approximately 45 counties in preparation for the Indiana State Fair, August 2-18, 2019.Click Here to request the Indiana State Fair Queen to make an appearance at your event!Top Contestants1st Runner-Up: Miss Boone County2nd Runner-Up: Miss Elkhart County3rd Runner-Up: Miss Warrick County4th Runner-Up: Miss Scott County Raegan Bowling, Miss Putnam CountyJanelle Mitzner, Miss LaPorte CountyLauren Ziliak, Miss Vanderburgh CountySylvia Harris, Miss Tipton CountyEmily Kilmer, Miss Jasper CountyMiss Congeniality: Emily Scott, Miss Gibson County
RelatedPosts Napoli Coach: Osimhen young lad with old brain EPL: Newcastle set to extend winning streak Osimhen, Napoli bow to COVID-19 Premier League giants, Manchester United and Newcastle, have entered race for the signature of in-form Victor Osimhen, according to reports in the French media.French Regional newspaper based in Lille, La Voix du Nord claimed that Manchester United are one of the teams monitoring the performance of the Lille hotshot with a view to a transfer to the Premier League club.The Red Devils are in the market for a striker ahead of the reopening of the transfer window and have been linked with the likes of Aleksandr Sobolev, Callum Wilson, Moussa Dembele and Mario Mandzukic.Manchester United were mentioned as one of the possible destinations for Osimhen after he won the Golden Boot at the 2015 FIFA U17 World Cup, but former head of youth player recruitment, Derek Langley later refuted the reports.Newcastle have also set their sights on acquiring the services of Nigeria international. Osimhen is the darling of several European clubs at the moment as the Chronicles have confirmed that Newcastle United scouts are keeping tabs on the young but exciting Lille star.Earlier last week, news broke out that Barcelona had jumped ahead of the queue of clubs seeking to snap Osimhen away from Lille as the Catalonia giants begin to prepare for post-Suarez.Osimhen enjoyed a breakthrough season last term at Sporting Charleroi where he banged in 20 goals in just his first season in Belgium.The 20-year-old was quickly snapped up by Lille in the summer as a replacement for Portugal’s Leao who left for AC Milan.But the former Wolfsburg lad has however been compared frequently to the prolific Nicolas Pepe who departed for Arsenal in a £72m deal, having netted eight goals in 11 appearances for the Ligue 1 side this season.Osimhen only joined Lille from Belgian outfit Charleroi for £10.8million.Newcastle manager Steve Bruce will have money available to spend in January and he may look to do a deal for the Nigerian if possible.Named the French Ligue 1 Player of the Month for September, the Super Eagles star has had a blistering start to the campaign in which he has scored seven goals and assisted two others.Tags: La Voix du NordNewcastle UnitedVictor Osimhen
It was a valid question with the Clippers are playing better than they were a month ago when they were waxed by the team that took them to seven games in the first round of last season’s Western Conference playoffs.“No, no, that one feels like yesterday, as far as I’m concerned,” said Rivers, whose team will host the New Orleans Pelicans at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Staples Center.Why? Rivers was asked.“Because we got beat pretty bad and those don’t go away,” he said. “The wins go away quickly.”Even going 6-1 on the recent road trip couldn’t wipe away the memory of that nightmare. “No, the wins go away, but the losses don’t go away,” Rivers reiterated. “Memphis and Golden State.”Apparently, the 107-91 loss Nov. 23 at Memphis — the only loss on that seven-game road trip — also haunts Rivers. The 15-3 Grizzlies are second in the Western Conference behind Golden State (15-2). The Clippers (13-5) — winners of six consecutive games and eight of nine — are tied with San Antonio for sixth.The Clippers will get a chance for revenge when they host Golden State on Christmas night at Staples Center. The Clippers will have to wait until Feb. 23 to get back at Memphis, which that night will visit Staples Center.Rivers: O’Quinn’s flagrant 2 foul warrantedKyle O’Quinn of the Orlando Magic was charged with a flagrant 2 foul on Blake Griffin on Wednesday night when O’Quinn raked Griffin hard across the face as Griffin was charging to the basket in the second quarter.Griffin, who hit the deck, said although he took a good shot to the face, he was surprised O’Quinn was assessed the flagrant 2 and ejected.Rivers thought it was the right call.“That’s a flagrant 2 in this generation,” he said. “I don’t think he was trying to hurt Blake or anything like that. It was a hard foul, and the way the game’s called now, it has to be a flagrant 2.”Orlando’s Channing Frye chimes inWhen O’Quinn was called for the foul on Griffin, the Magic had whittled a 15-point first-quarter deficit down to 38-35. The Clippers went on an 8-2 run on the heels of the incident and Orlando never recovered.With O’Quinn gone, the Magic were missing their starting center — Nikola Vucevic was out with back spasms — and their backup. To Orlando power forward Channing Frye, that was too much to overcome.“We know Kyle and we know that there was not anything malicious about that,” Frye said. “They (O’Quinn and Griffin) are 250-pound men. These are two gigantic oxen going up. But that’s the way it went, and I think emotionally we just felt kind of let down from that and they took advantage of us.”This and thatRivers will be coaching against his son, Austin, when the Pelicans (8-8) come to town Saturday. Austin Rivers, a 22-year-old shooting guard in his third season, is averaging 6.6 points while averaging 21.8 minutes off the bench. … Clippers point guard Chris Paul is shooting 53.3 percent from the field, 42.6 percent from 3-point range — both career-highs. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Remember that really embarrassing shellacking the Clippers took at Golden State on Nov. 5?The final score was 121-104, but it was much worse than that as Golden State held as much as a 29-point lead.At about 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, Clippers coach Doc Rivers sat down for his pregame news conference ahead of his team’s 114-86 victory over the Orlando Magic at Staples Center.A couple of minutes in, Rivers was queried as to whether that particular loss was a distant memory.