Bulldogs Wrestling Results At Milan 6-Way

first_imgThe Batesville High School Wrestling team traveled to Milan to wrestle in the annual Milan 6-way. Competing in this event were: Milan, Lawrenceburg, Rushville, South Dearborn, Union County, and Batesville. South Dearborn came away on top defeating all teams today for a 5-0 record.The Bulldogs struggled on the day regarding team scores but competed well individually. Team scores were: Rushville 46 Batesville 30, Union County 42 Batesville 21, Lawrenceburg 75 Batesville 6, Milan 42 Batesville 27, and South Dearborn 65 Batesville 18.Individual win/loss records on the day were:  Michael Deal 5-0, Jon Kurtz 4-1, Xavier King 3-2, John Moody 2-3, Jon Vincent 2-3, Miguel Ramirez 1-4, Mitchell Thomas 1-4, Chris Schene 0-5, and Abram Garcia 0-5.Courrtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Deal.last_img read more

Syracuse travels to Puerto Rico for tough tests against Georgia Tech, Virginia

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 23, 2012 at 12:46 pm Contact David: dbwilson@syr.edu | @DBWilson2 Syracuse’s freshman class has stood out over its first three games of the 2012 season.Cornelia Fondren, Brianna Butler and Brittney Sykes have started every game for SU this season and have had no trouble adjusting to Division-I basketball.“Each minute, each game I feel more comfortable playing,” Butler said. “And it feels like regular games—almost like high school kind of.”The Orange (4-0) freshmen face perhaps their toughest test of the season this weekend—a 27-hour whirlwind in San Juan, Puerto Rico for the San Juan Shootout. SU opens up with Georgia Tech (2-1) Friday at noon and tips off just 26-and-a-half hours later against Virginia (3-0) Saturday at 2:30 p.m.Syracuse passed its first supposed tough test with flying colors, dismantling a St. Joseph’s team that received three votes in the most recent AP poll.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut the Yellow Jackets and Cavaliers should prove to be tougher competition. Both teams are perennial tournament teams from an ultra-competitive Atlantic Coast Conference. Plus, the Orange doesn’t have the luxury of four days to prepare as it did for the Hawks.Syracuse spent Wednesday traveling to Puerto Rico. It had a chance to practice at Mario Morales Coliseum on Thursday morning, but even that day was cut short by Thanksgiving.Not only will the freshmen face their fiercest competition yet, but they also face the most unique conditions any of them have ever had to deal with.The difference for SU this year was expected to be the freshman class. The No. 6 class in the country was the best the school ever had, and it was supposed to get Syracuse over the hump and back to the NCAA tournament, perhaps even giving the program its first-ever tournament victory.Through three games, Fondren, Butler and Sykes have more than proven themselves.Sykes has led the freshmen with 7.3 points per game. Butler has averaged six points per game this year as well, but she has shot 6-for-16 from beyond the arc. Fondren has chipped in with three points per game.“It’s a huge help, and it’s a huge motivator,” senior guard Elashier Hall said. “When they come in and they hit big shots it gets the team going, especially on defense and defense translates to our offense.”But it’s not just the shooting that’s seen improvement thanks to the freshmen. Adding depth alone has allowed the Orange to more effectively get out in transition, but it also helps to add some of the best athletes the program has seen.“It’s the weapons that we have,” senior center Kayla Alexander said. “Especially the freshmen who came in. They came in, they contribute, they start, they get up and down the court, they play good defense; it’s a big difference.”The two-day stretch the San Juan Shootout provides is a unique proposition for a trio of rookies contributing heavily early. But despite the results – four blowouts – the freshmen have been tested.After an easy opener at home against Farleigh Dickinson, a trip to Maine provided a grueling road environment. Since then, SU hasn’t played a home game and won’t return to the Carrier Dome until Dec. 4.With the role they’re expected to play all season, another challenge will prove just how close Syracuse is to the goals it came into the season with tied with the arrival of the freshmen.“It’s everything,” head coach Quentin Hillsman said. “We need their contributions, we need their depth on the court. So we need to do everything we can to keep them on the court.” Commentslast_img read more

PSG Move: Neymar Storms Out of Barca Training

first_imgSuggestions that he might have weighty matters on his mind increased when Chinese travel agent Ctrip posted on its official Weibo account that it has had to cancel an event with Neymar because he is “busy with transfer business”.Ctrip said the event was scheduled for Shanghai next Monday and that anyone who had bought tickets would be refunded.PSG have reportedly held discussions with Barcelona about a transfer for the 25 year-old that would smash the world record £89 million Manchester United paid for France midfielder Paul Pogba last year.Neymar’s buy-out clause was set at over €200 million but that does not appear to have deterred PSG, who are backed by Qatari finance and lost their French league title to AS Monaco last season.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Brazilian striker, Neymar stormed out of a Barcelona training session on Thursday as speculation mounted about a world-record move to Paris St Germain.A personal appearance in China next week was cancelled because he was said to be “busy with transfer business”.Pictures of Barca training in Miami for Saturday’s game against arch-rivals Real Madrid in the International Champions Trophy showed Neymar having to be kept apart from teammate Nelson Semedo before removing his bib and stomping away from the session.last_img read more