Area Volleyball Regional Scores

first_imgArea Volleyball Regional ScoresSaturday (10-21)Class 2A @ Mitchell.Christian Academy defeated North Decatur in three sets.The Lady Warriors won The Regionals.Class 1A @ Morristown.Hauser defeated Indy Lutheran in five sets.The Lady Jets defeated Indy Tindley in three sets to win The Regionals and will battle Barr-Reeve at The Semi-States.Class 3A @ Corydon Central.Silver Creek defeated Madison in four sets.The Lady Dragons won The Regionals.2017 Class 1A Volleyball Regionals2017 Class 2A Volleyball Regionals2017 Class 3A Volleyball Regionals2017 Class 4A Volleyball Regionalslast_img

The Latest: La. Tech football player positive for COVID-19

first_imgThe Latest: La. Tech football player positive for COVID-19 June 14, 2020 Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on sports around the world:___Louisiana Tech officials say a football player has tested positive for COVID-19 and that he and some of his teammates have been instructed to self-quarantine for two weeks. School officials say contact tracing helped officials identify additional football players who could have been exposed.Louisiana Tech has not released the names of the players being required to quarantine and has not specified how many players were identified for possible exposure.The Bulldogs reported to campus in Ruston, Louisiana, on June 1 for physicals and medical testing. They began on-field conditioning during the past week and are scheduled to begin weight training this week.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sportslast_img read more

Spring break not entirely friendly to USC

first_imgSpring break was no break at all for the USC baseball team, as they played a packed set of games against strong opponents.Tapped · Sophomore pitcher Chad Smith gets the start today. – Brandon Hui | Daily Trojan The Trojans played seven road games over the break, flying across the ocean to take on Hawai’i and traveled to Northern California where they faced off with Pacific. USC went 4-3 and evened its season record at 10-10.Coming away with a winning record after such a long road trip might seem like a positive. But USC coach Chad Kreuter said a poll of the players and coaches would return a different answer.“They’d say it was disappointing [to go 4-3],” Kreuter said. “It looks good for a road record on paper, but we gave away the first game at Hawai’i and didn’t pitch or execute as well as we needed to.”After taking three of four from the Rainbows, USC dropped the first two games at Pacific before bouncing back Sunday with its largest offensive output of the season, scoring 15 runs and knocking 21 hits.Freshman Cade Kreuter started the onslaught in the second inning when he hit his first of two home runs. He finished the week batting .409 (9-22) to boost his average to a robust .360 — best among full-time starters.Sophomores Matt Foat and Ricky Oropesa also hit home runs Sunday. Foat had a big game going 2-4 with five RBI while Oropesa’s home run was the culmination of a stellar week.In his last five games, the left-handed hitting sophomore has batted .600 (12-20) with three home runs, four doubles and nine RBI — recording RBI in all five games.With a solid relief effort allowing two runs in 4.1 innings, sophomore Brandon Garcia picked up the victory Sunday. Garcia’s effort was emblematic of the team’s last six games — when the relief pitching was solid, the team won.In the March 12 series opener against Hawai’i, USC blew a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the seventh inning when it committed three errors. Sophomore starting pitcher Andrew Triggs didn’t help his cause committing two of them. The bullpen then allowed four runs the following inning to give the Rainbows an 8-2 victory.The Trojans took the next three games from Hawai’i, only allowing three runs and while winning 3-1, 12-2 and 9-0.Sophomore Ben Mount pitched his first complete game March 13, allowing one run on five hits and striking out eight. The following day, senior Kevin Couture pitched five innings to pick up the win while juniors Chris Mezger and Logan Odom threw four scoreless innings allowing only one hit.In the series finale, sophomore Chad Smith, senior Shuhei Fujiya and Garcia combined for the best pitching performance of the season — zero runs, three hits, 11 strikeouts.The team hoped to carry its success into the weekend series against Pacific but struggled from the mound. Triggs gave up six runs, Mount allowed four runs, the Tigers got to Couture for seven runs and the bullpen combined to surrender six runs in eight innings.Only Garcia’s relief performance and the offensive outburst on Sunday saved USC from being swept.Kreuter said the team’s pitching struggles are all very similar.“In the seventh or eighth inning, we give up runs in bunches,” Kreuter said. “It’s usually just one pitch. Something like a 1-2 breaking ball that we hang instead of getting in the dirt.”“The guys did a really good job of correcting that in Hawaii,” he said. “We’re heading in the right direction. We’ve just got to get over that hump and learn from those mistakes.”The Trojans will look to carry momentum from Sunday’s 15-9 win as they host Pepperdine at 6:30 p.m. tonight in their final tune-up game before the conference schedule begins this weekend.After his strong outing last Monday against Hawai’i, Smith will get the start.last_img read more

Play It Forward Oct. 30-Nov. 5: The last (two) at Dodger Stadium with a November hue

first_img On Mamba Night, the Lakers make short work of Blazers to take 3-1 series lead NO. 6: NBA: WARRIORS AT CLIPPERSDetails/TV: At Staples Center, Monday, 7:30 p.m., Prime TicketThe Clippers (4-1) were the last team to finally lose its first game, doing it against Detroit last Saturday, but they’re still at a league-best plus 13.8 points in final score differential. A couple weeks into the season, the Clippers’ Danilo Gallinari is 13th in the league averaging 35.6 minutes per game; the Warriors’ Kevin Durant is second at 37.5. And Steph Curry is managing to average 27.7 points a game by averaging just 33.3 minutes a contest. The Warriors have won their last 10 in a row against the Clippers.Also this week for the Clippers: At Staples Center vs. Dallas (Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., ESPN and Prime Ticket), vs. Memphis (Saturday, 12:30 p.m., Prime Ticket) and vs. Miami (Sunday, 12:30 p.m., Prime Ticket)NO. 7:  NBA: PISTONS AT LAKERS Details/TV: At Staples Center, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Spectrum SportsNet“If you not with us now don’t be with us later … we gone figure it out,” Lonzo Ball tweeted out after the Lakers’ 96-81 loss to Utah on Saturday night. Ball, with a team-high 35 minutes a game, also leads the Lakers with 7.5 rebounds and 7.7 assists per game to go with 10.0 points after six contests.Also this week for the Lakers: At Portland, Thursday at 7:30 p.m., TNT; vs. Brooklyn at Staples Center, Friday at 7:30 p.m., SSN; vs. Memphis at Staples Center, Sunday at 6:30 p.m., SSNNO. 8: NHL: PREDATORS AT DUCKS Details/TV: At Honda Center, Friday, 7 p.m., Prime TicketThe first meeting of the two who ended up in the six-game Western Conference finals last summer. But for the time being, Nashville and Anaheim are hanging out around the .500 mark, even though Predators goalie Pekka Rinne is fourth in goals-against average at 1.86.Also this week for the Ducks: Vs. Toronto at Honda Center, Wednesday at 7 p.m., PT; at San Jose, Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Prime Ticket. Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook and other NBA stars pay tribute to Kobe Bryant Photos: Lakers defeat Trail Blazers in Game 4 of first-round playoff series NO. 4: COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEK 10 UCLA at UTAH Details/TV: At Rice Eccles Stadium, Friday, 6 p.m., FS1No one in the Pac-12 has mastered this Friday night appearance a week after having played a Saturday game. Take USC for example. Yet the Bruins (4-4, 2-3) have this blue-plate combo, on the road both times. The Utes (4-4, 1-4) have lost three in a row after a 30-24 win at Arizona on Sept. 23, and one of them was that one-point mishap at USC.Also in College Football Week 10: LSU at Alabama, Saturday at 5 p.m., Channel 2; Virginia Tech at Miami, 5 p.m., Channel 7; Oregon at Washington, Saturday at 7 p.m., FS1; Oklahoma at Oklahoma State, Saturday at 1 p.m., FS1; Stanford at Washington State, Saturday at 12:30 p.m., Channel 11; Clemson at North Carolina State, Saturday at 12:30 p.m., Channel 7; South Carolina at Georgia, Saturday at 12:30 p.m., Channel 2; Ohio State at Iowa, Saturday at 12:30 p.m., ESPN; Wake Forest at Notre Dame, Saturday at 12:30 p.m., Channel 4. Also this week: The first College Football Playoff Top 25 poll announced Tuesday at 4 p.m., ESPNNO. 5: NFL WEEK 9 RAMS at N.Y. GIANTS Details/TV: At MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., Sunday, 10 a.m., Ch. 11At this point, the NFC West-leading Rams (5-2) may never come back to the West Coast. After a game in Jacksonville, another in London and then a bye week, they have the giant responsibility of entertaining what could be the NFL’s most disappointing franchise. The 1-6 football Giants are last in the NFC East, with only 112 points scored (28th in the league, compared to the Rams’ 212, which leads the NFL).Also this week in NFL Week 8: Denver at Kansas City, Monday at 5:30 p.m., ESPN.Also this week in NFL Week 9 where the Chargers have a bye: Buffalo at N.Y. Jets, Thursday at 5:25 p.m., NFL Network; Oakland at Miami, Sunday at 5:30 p.m., Channel 4; Kansas City at Dallas, Sunday at 1:25 p.m., Channel 2.Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img Horse dies after injury during workout at Del Mar Ranking the top 10 sports events Oct. 30-Nov. 5 you won’t want to miss:NO. 1: 113th WORLD SERIESASTROS AT DODGERS Details/TV: Game 6 at Dodger Stadium, Tuesday, 5:20 p.m., Ch. 11 (with Game 7 Wednesday at 5:20 p.m., if necessary).Never thought you’d be looking forward to a Halloween at Dodger Stadium, eh? Why not come dressed as your favorite Dodger and see if you can sneak through security.And don’t be spooked by the StubHub.com prices that have recently posted for Game 6. The lowest-priced seats at the very top of the reserved level far down by the foul poles are going for about $920-plus. The so-called “best value” is a $4,995 spot in the club section on the first-base line. There’s also a $25,000 dugout club seat in row AA if you wish – not you, Marlins Man.One thing we did notice during Games 1 and 2 at Dodger Stadium last week was how, at times, it didn’t seem to be “World Series” enough. Between innings, the video boards still had those trivial fan contests – find the ball under the baseball cap, and whatever they do with throwing ping-pong balls into a plastic cup – which feel more appropriate when you’re just trying to pass the time during a regular-season contest. There was far too many “Make Noise!” coaxing, as if the fans couldn’t figure it out. And all the celebrity shots in the stands. Really? Would it be too much to ask for a few more  historic World Series clips with Vin Scully narration from past Dodgers’ Fall Classic victories? Find a company to sponsor it. We’re sure they’d be happy to be associated with something a little more classy than sassy.NO. 2: HORSE RACING: 34th BREEDERS’ CUP Details/TV: At Del Mar Race Track, Friday and Saturday, NBCSN and Ch. 4The surf and turf meet the sport’s greatest day for the first time, venturing south of Santa Anita to put a spotlight on how Southern California remains in the game despite the loss of Hollywood Park. The 13-race, two-day festival includes nine champions from past Breeders’ Cup events going after $28 million in prizes. The $6 million Classic (Saturday, 5:35 p.m., Ch. 4) has defending champion Arrogate back against rival and Pacific Classic winner Collected, Travers champ West Coast and top-ranked North American horse Gun Runner, who has become the early favorite with bettors. Trainer Bob Baffert has five horses pre-entered in the race before positions are drawn Monday, and he is trying to have a winner here for the fourth straight time.The lineup: Friday: Juvenile Fillies Turf (2:25 p.m.), Dirt Mile (3:05 p.m.), Juvenile Turf (3:50 p.m.), Distaff (4:35 p.m.) Saturday: Juvenile Fillies (noon), Turf Sprint (12:37 p.m.), Filly and Mare Sprint (1:14 p.m.), Filly and Mare Turf (2 p.m.), Sprint (2:37 p.m.), Mile (3:19 p.m.), Juvenile (3:58 p.m.), Turf (4:37 p.m.), Classic (5:35 p.m.)This brief Del Mar 16-race meet through Nov. 26 opens Wednesday with a first post of 12:30 p.m. More information: www.breederscup.comNO. 3: COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEK 10ARIZONA AT USC Details/TV: At the Coliseum, Saturday, 7:45 p.m., ESPNArizona sophomore quarterback Khalil Tate, the Inglewood native from Serra High in Gardena, turned down a USC scholarship and made his first college start at age 17 against the Trojans last season, piling up 72 yards rushing with a TD and 58 yards passing. But USC wrangled a 48-14 win behind five TD scores by Sam Darnold. Things have changed a bit. Tate had 275 yards passing, 146 yards rushing and accounted for three TDs in the Wildcats’ win over then-No. 15 Washington State on Saturday night. The Trojans can clinch (unofficially) the Pac-12 South, meaning they have head-to-head wins over their closest pursuers with just a few weeks left in the regular season. It’s USC’s homecoming game, and the No. 17 Trojans (7-2, 5-1) have a 5-0 record against the No. 23 Wildcats (6-2, 4-1) when both meet as AP Top 25 ranked teams. Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone NO. 9: NHL: MAPLE LEAFS AT KINGS Details/TV: At Staples Center, Thursday, 7:30 p.m., FSWThe Kings finish a six-game road trip with a stopover in St. Louis (Monday, 5 p.m, FSW) before entering November, where nine of the 14 games are at home. Toronto handed the Kings their first regulation loss of the season last week, a 3-2 decision where the Kings took an inordinate amount of penalties and were without Jeff Carter. Goalie Jonathan Quick is second in the NHL in goals-against (1.76) and save percentage (.946) and Drew Doughty leads in plus-minus (13), with the Maple Leafs’ 20-year-old center Austin Matthews second at 12 and fourth in goals with eight.Also this week for the Kings: Vs. Nashville at Staples Center, Saturday at 7:30 p.m., FSWNO. 10: COLLEGE BASKETBALL EXHIBITION LONG BEACH STATE vs. CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD Details: At the Walter Pyramid, Monday, 8 p.m.UCLA vs. CAL STATE L.A. Details/TV: At Pauley Pavilion, Wednesday at 7 p.m., Pac-12 NetBefore the season officially starts Nov. 10, the 49ers received NCAA permission to stage a scrimmage with Cal State Bakersfield as a way to raise funds toward helping fire relief victims. (Long Beach State also gets in a game against Cal State Dominguez Hills at the Pyramid on Saturday at 4 p.m.) The Bruins also get a TV tune-up prior to heading to Shanghai, China to open the season against Georgia Tech.ALSO THIS WEEK:UFC 217Details/TV: At Madison Square Garden in New York, Saturday at 7 p.m., pay-per-view, FS1, UFCFightPass.comThe UFC makes its second NYC appearance – following up from a Conor McGregor headliner in UFC 205 that drew 20,000 – and features middleweight champion Michael Bisping defending his belt against former three-time welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre, who hasn’t fought in the UFC since he “retired” in 2013. The last loss for the 36-year-old Canadian known as GSP was at UFC 69, for what it’s worth. More info: www.ufc.comBOXING: DENONTAY WILDER vs. BERMANE STIVERNE Details/TV: At the Barkley Center in Brooklyn, Saturday at 6 p.m., ShowtimeWilder, the undefeated heavyweight champ at 38-0-0 with 37 KOs, takes on the former champ Stiverne (25-2-1, 21 KOs). It’s a rematch of their 2015 meeting where Alabama-native Wilder, the 6-foot-7 2008 U.S. Olympic bronze medalist, won by a decision in Las Vegas, becoming the first American to hold the heavyweight title since 2006.last_img read more

WFWP Argentine participated at a different commemo

first_imgWFWP Argentine participated at a different commemorative moment, a national celebrations carried out for the 200 anniversary of Argentine Independence. The Independence Declaration was signed on July 9, 1816 by the national patriots in the historical city of Tucuman, in the north of Argentina. During the month of July, the celebrations were carried out all over the country.WFWP Argentina wanted to take part of this historical moment for the nation.Accompanied by the Japanese WFWP missionary, Mrs. Mieko Iketo, a local delegation of WFWP members moved to the town of Tucuman and was received by Mrs. Beatriz Avila, wife of the mayor of that historical city.Furthermore, through the work of the family Alcaraz, living in Tucuman, the WFWP could be introduced in a meeting with ONGs of that town and could offer a Conference on HIV prevention and Voluntary Abstinence to a group of university students that showed great interest on the topic.Within the frame of the national celebrations for the Bicentennial of Independence the local WFWP members , together with the Japanese missionary, carried out also activities of cultural interchange Argentina-Japan , visiting schools in Buenos Aires province, participated in the launch off of a youth drawing competition organized by the municipality of Arrecife and took part, together with UPF, to symbolic acts of planting olive trees in historical places of Tucuman and Arrecife cities. By WFWP Argentinalast_img read more