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2nd PlaceJoey Woods (100M) 12.3Vincent Pay (300H) 49.6Hunter Butz (800M) 2:15.9Sawyer Sanders (3200M) 11:41.10Charlie Pumphrey (Pole Vault) 9’0” 400m relay of: Gabi Gibbs, Lilly Meyer, Roxie Hund, Stephanie Nobbe; 1600m relays of: Adam Moster, Tyler Meyers, Kavin Saravanan, JJ Kuisel and Katie Olsen, Liz Loichinger, Gabi Gibbs and Carley Pride; 3200m relays of: JJ Kuisel, Joshua Myers, Benjamin Moster, Adam Moster and Liz Loichinger, Lily Pinckley, Trysta Vierling and Katie Olsen.Taking home the red ribbons for 2nd place were: 110m hurdles: Chase Hamilton; 100m dash: Lilly Meyer; 200m dash: Isaiah Riffle; 400m dash: JJ Kuisel; 800m run: Liz Loichinger; 1600m run: Adam Moster and Liz Loichinger; 3200m run: Lily Pinckley; High Jump: Kent Meyers and Gabi Gibbs; Long Jump: Justin Heiser and Callie Main; Shot Put: Adam Bedel and Gabi Gibbs; Discus: Adam Bedel and Katie Bedel.And finishing out the scoring for the night winning 3rd place were: 100m dash: Justin Heiser; 200m dash: Charlie Laymon and Lilly Meyer; 300m hurdles: Chase Hamilton and Katie Bohman; 800m run: Benjamin Moster; 1600m run: Benjamin Moster 4 x 800 split time-Adam Hollowell; 400m dash-Kavin Saravanan, Vonley Hund, Kasin Hughes; 4 x 400 split time-Tyler Meyers, Kavin Saravanan, Johnathan Lynch; High Jump-Kent Meyers, Gabe Gunter, Johnathan Lynch; Long Jump-Charlie Laymon; Shot Put-Sam Sittloh and Jack Forbeck; Discus-Katie Bedel, Taylor Townsley and Georgie Doll.Great way to start off the season Dogs! Batesville will compete again next Tuesday at home against Franklin County. Action begin at 5 pm.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.The Lady Pirates hosted Batesville Thursday night. The Greensburg Girls lost 41-91 on the incredibly windy and cool evening. Senior Lily Grimes won both her events by very large margins. Grimes tossed 40’9.5″ in shot put over 9 feet farther then all her opponents. In discus Grimes extended her lead over 30 feet with a 105’9 throw. Brenner Hanna also won both her events with large margins. She won the 1600 in 5:38.9 and the 3200 in 12:01.5.Other scorers of the evening includedRunner Up Finishes. Mary West – 100 hurdles & 200; Koregan Kidd – Pole Vault; Kayla Haycock – 400; Emily Million – 300 hurdles.3rd Place Finishes. Mary West – 100; Emily Million – 100 hurdles; Emily Mangels – 1600 & 800; Hilary Ernstes – 400; Kayla Haycock – Long Jump.Other highlights of the evening included some personal record performances against some incredibly windy conditions. India Benefiel improved in the 200 and Sarah Santiago improved in the 3200.The Lady Pirates will be back in action on Saturday at home as they host the Crossbones Relays.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Katina Tekulve.The Greensburg Boys Track & Field team opened their outdoor season hosting Batesville on Thursday. Freshmen Matt Boone won the Shot Put with a throw of 46’2 ¼”, which is the second best throw for any freshmen in school history. Daimon Austin also had a big night bringing home three 1st place ribbons, long jump, 100M, and 4x100M relay.1st PlaceDaimon Austin (100M) 12.24x100M Relay (Daimon Austin, Vincent Pavy, Jalen Woods, & Joey Woods) 46.15Daimon Austin (Long Jump) 19’0”John Redelman (Discus) 114’9”Matthew Stewart (Pole Vault) 9’6”Matt Boone (Shot Put) 46’ 2 ¼” 3rd PlaceJalen Woods (110H) 20.6Nick Zapfe ( 400M) 56.5Andrew Johnson (3200M) 11:41.11Joey Woods (Long Jump) 18’ ¼”Blaine Schroeder (Discus) 100’ 1 ½”Collin Springmeyer (High Jump) 5’4”Jalen Woods (Shot Put) 39’ 2 ½”Courtesy of Pirates Coach Shawn Ruble. 3200m run: Trysta Vierling; High Jump: Katie Bedel; Shot Put: Katie Bedel; Discus: Callie Main; Pole Vault: Zach Gutzwiller and Katie Bedel.Again, the winds were super strong at times and many events were facing that wind head on, making for tough running, throwing and jumping conditions. Despite this, the Bulldogs had several athletes start off the season with a personal best. The Batesville High School Track Team opened up their outdoor season tonight with a double victory over the Greensburg Pirates. The boys won 80-52, while the girls ran away with the victory 91-41. The boys came away champions in 10 of the 16 events with the girls winning 12. Despite the 17 mph windy conditions, the threat of showers stayed away and the early spring season air made it feel just like it should for the opening of the 2019 track season.Batesville had several individuals who were multiple blue ribbon winners. Senior Stephanie Nobbe brought home the most with 4 winning all 4 of the events she was in which included PV (8’0″), 100m dash (13.78). 200m dash (28.39) and the 400m relay (54.33). Way to go Stephanie!Other 1st place winners were: 110/100m hurdles: Roxie Hund and Adam Bedel; 200m dash: Sam Haskamp; 300m hurdles: Tyler Meyers and Roxie Hund; 400m dash: Vonley Hund and Carley Pride; 800m run: Adam Moster and Katie Olsen; 1600m run: Joshua Myers; 3200m run: Joshua Myers; High Jump: Gabe Gunter and Carley Pride; Long Jump: Lilly Meyer
Four large drug companies reached a last-minute $260 million legal settlement over their role in the U.S. opioid addiction epidemic, averting the first federal trial that was scheduled to start Monday morning in Cleveland, Ohio.The trial, set to begin today, came as Ohio’s Cuyahoga and Summit counties were seeking $8 billion dollars for treatment programs and health care expenses.The Nearly a half million overdose deaths between 1997 and 2017 are attributed to opioids.AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health, McKesson and Teva are involved in the settlement, the details of which are expected later today.It’s not clear if a fifth defendant, pharmacy chain operator Walgreens Boots Alliance, was also part of the settlement.
The possible impeachment of President Trump moves to the House Judiciary Committee today.The Democratic-led panel will hold its first public hearing on impeachment. Four legal scholars are set to testify about whether Trump’s actions meet the Constitution’s impeachment standard of “high crimes and misdemeanors.”Democrats accuse Trump of abusing his power by pressuring Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden’s son for a questionable position he was given on an energy board under investigation for corruption in Ukraine. Democrats also accuse Trump of obstructing congressional investigations.Trump insists he has done nothing wrong and has labeled the impeachment investigation a hoax and a witch hunt.The Judiciary Committee will be responsible for drawing up articles of impeachment.
A man has been rushed to the hospital after he was shot by a Hallandale Beach Police officer Monday.The incident occurred around 7:00 am near the area of Northeast 10th Street and 12th Avenue in Hallandale Beach.Authorities say they were called to the area after someone reported a dead body. When the responding officer arrived at the scene, they did not find a body, however, they did encounter a man armed with a gun.In fear of their life, the officer shot the suspect who has since been transported to an area hospital.The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is currently investigating the incident.
Rush Limbaugh of “The Rush Limbaugh Show, ” has announced that he is currently battling advanced lung cancer.The radio host made the announcement Monday after two medical institutions confirmed his status on January 20th.According to reports, Rush went in for a check up after noticing something was wrong on January 12th.He now plans to take several days off from the show to undergo treatment.
Image Courtesy: ReutersAdvertisement o4lNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs5kvv2Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ekufw2( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 65ndWould you ever consider trying this?😱307nCan your students do this? 🌚jsRoller skating! Powered by Firework What do you do when you’re the captain of the team that’s trailing behind by one goal and is in dire need of an equalizer because the match is in the dying minutes? Every opportunity to net one in the opponent’s goal. But, a sudden call of nature mid game? Say hello to Arsenal skipper Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, who nonchalantly left the field and headed into the toilet as Arsenal were trailing 2-1 behind Brighton & Hove Albion, just five minutes before the final whistle.Advertisement Image Courtesy: ReutersDespite the sacking of Unai Emery, interim coach and former club legend Freddie Ljungberg is struggling to see the face of victory, as Brighton just snatched their first ever win at the Emirates stadium in the club’s history. However, even the Swede was oblivious of the sudden depart of the Gabonese international mid game.As his team were trailing behind 2-1, and only 5 minutes remaining, the 30 year old headed into the stadium tunnel, and returned during a throw in by the 87th minute. However, following the game, Ljungberg stated that it was the call of nature.Advertisement “I actually don’t know, but he ran off and then came back two minutes or three minutes later but it could have been yes” the 42 year old ex-Gunner spoke in the post match interview.But when the reporter stated that the incident is bizarre, Ljungberg replied: “Yeah, but maybe you should ask him about that.”Advertisement “But if you feel bad, you feel bad. There’s nothing you can change.” he added.Check out Ljungberg talking about his team captain’s bathroom break in the clip below, courtesy of the official Twitter handle of SPORTbible.Previously serving as the vice captain of the club, Aubameyang was chosen to wear the captain’s armband after Granit Xhaka was stripped off from leadership on 5th November 2019.The historical win for The Seagulls saw a 36th minute opener from the center back Adam Webster. Arsenal’s hit man Alexandre Lacazette scored the equalizer in the 50th minute, but the Frenchman Neal Maupay netted in the winner for the visitors, 10 minutes before the final whistle.Just 19 points and no wins in the last 5 Premier League games, times are rough for the Gunners as they sit 10th in the league table, just 5 points shy from the relegation zone.Also check out:The Vacant Throne: Top 5 candidates who can replace Unai Emery as permanent manager at Arsenal Advertisement