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first_imgLady Bulldogs finish 2nd at EIAC Championships, Break 4 school records, and Taylor Villani named EIAC MVP.The Girls EIAC Championships came down to the final relay. For those in attendance, it was quite exciting watching the 4X100 freestyle relay. Three team were separated by just 3 points entering the final event. BHS overcame points from diving and pulling within 2 points of Greensburg before the final event. The Lady Bulldogs broke the school record by 5 seconds and became the first BHS female relay to ever break 4:00. In the end GHS was able to hold off BHS by just 1.5 seconds to capture the EIAC title. Taylor Villani was named EIAC MVP and she becomes the third BHS female to earn this honor (Emily Kelly ’11), (A. Cox ’11,’12,’13). For the girls, career or season best times were turned in on 19 of 27 swims (70%). On the boys side, career or season best times were turned in on 14 of 18 swims (78 ).Girls Team Scores.  GHS 81, BHS 75, EC 66, CHS 62, SD 27, LHS 17, and RHS 12.Batesville Girls are 23-4 on the season (14-2 non-conference, 9-2 EIAC)Boys Team Scores.  EC 105, CHS 93, GHS 67, SD 27, BHS 18, LHS 15, and RHS 5.Batesville Boys are 8-14-1 on the season (4-8-1 non-conference, 4-6-EIAC)EIAC CHAMPIONS:  Girls (15th and 16th conference championship in girls school history).  Taylor Villani 50 free & 100 free.EIAC Runner Up ( 16th in school history).  Mary Poltrack-500 free.All EIAC (13th girls in school history).  Taylor Villani * (MVP).BHS SWIM RECORDS:200 medley relay: Daulton, Gutzwiller, M Poltrack, Villani 2:03.22 (old record 2:04.52 14-15); 50 freestyle: Taylor Villani 25.46 (old record 25.97 14-15); 100 freestyle: Taylor Villani 55.86 (old record 56.70 14-15); and 400 freestyle relay: Gutzwiller, M Poltrack, Daulton, Villani 3:57.16 (old record 4:02.12 15-16).Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach T. J. Greene.last_img read more

first_imgIT was a fairy-tale finish for the South Ruimveldt Primary School side who lifted their maiden MoPH Smalta Girls U-11 football title yesterday at the Ministry of Education ground on Carifesta Avenue.The underdogs of the match turned out to be the ones with the bigger heart as they overcame defending champions and tournament favourites, St. Angela’s Primary 2-0.St Angela’s started off hot and sweaty with their raids into the enemy half as the eventual champs weathered the storm.After the first few minutes, the South Ruimveldt side began to break plays up in the middle of the field and even produced some counter attacks of their own.However, the half ended scoreless and tense as many expected the favourites to be up by now, considering the chances they created.Champions! South Ruimveldt are champions of the 2017 MoPH/Smalta girls U-11 football tournament. (Adrian Narine photos)Many more were shocked when a Fayon Harry breakaway in the 18th minute found the back of the nets. The celebrations were wild and jubilant for the leaders and their fans.It would soon quell as one of their players handled the ball in the box, which resulted in a penalty for St Angela’s and a chance to draw level.However, the powerful shot off the foot of Nakasi St Jules, while on target, was diverted through a powerful header from the keeper.Things were going the way of the South Ruimveldt side as they were awarded a penalty as well for the same infraction and Harry converted; a doozy into the bottom left corner of the net which sent fans even wilder.This happened on the brink of time as the final whistle sent the parents scampering to greet their children.In the third place play off, West Ruimveldt won 2-1 via penalties against St Pius, after a scoreless game.last_img read more

first_imgArizona’s advantage is 10 spring training ballparks plus the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Chase Field all within about 50 miles. Florida’s spring training ballparks are spread by as much as 220 miles.“It allows for immediacy of a schedule, where you might be able to begin it and televise it, provide Major League Baseball to America,” said Scott Boras, baseball’s most prominent agent. “I think players are willing to do what’s necessary because I think they understand the importance of baseball for their own livelihoods and for the interest of our country and providing a necessary product that gives all the people that are isolated enjoyment.”“It gives them a sense of a return to some normalcy,” Boras added. “You talk to a psychologist about it and they say it’s it’s really good for a culture to have to have sport and to have a focus like that, where for a few hours a day they can take their minds off the difficult reality of the virus.”Baseball’s season had been set to start March 26 but spring training was halted on March 12. After the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended restricting events of more than 50 people for eight weeks, MLB said it would not open until mid-May at the earliest.Texas Rangers president of baseball operations Jon Daniels said MLB is examining different options and he didn’t want to speculate.Related Articles Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Harvard-Westlake alum Lucas Giolito throws no-hitter for White Sox NEW YORK (AP) — Putting all 30 teams in the Phoenix area and playing in empty ballparks was among the ideas discussed Monday by Major League Baseball and the players’ association.The sides held a telephone call to talk about paths forward for a season delayed by the new coronavirus pandemic, people familiar with the discussion told The Associated Press. They spoke on condition of anonymity because no details were announced.Ideas are still in the early stage, and the Arizona option would have many obstacles to overcome, the people said.Half of the MLB clubs hold spring training in Arizona, the other half in Florida. Dodgers’ Will Smith: ‘I feel like it’s been five years’ since his 2019 debut “But, obviously, we’d all love to find a way to play, provided we could do safely, and that would be the priority,” he said.The players’ association would want to survey its members to determine whether they would support such a plan, one of the people said.“You’re going to be largely separated from your families and you’re going to have to function in a very contained way. It’s not it’s not a normal life, this idea,” Boras said. “You’re going to have an identified group of people. You’re going to have a constantly tested group of people. And you’re going to have a very limited access of those people to the outside world so that you can assure a very uncontaminated league, if you will, to produce a product that is inspirational to our country.”Chase Field, with artificial turf and a retractable roof, could be the site of daily tripleheaders, Boras said.MLB and the union reached a deal March 26 to advance $170 million in salary to players for the first 60 days of the season. As part of the deal, players would get only prorated portions of their salaries if the regular season is cut from its usual 162 games and would receive no additional salary if the season is scrapped.Both sides have agreed to attempt to play as full a season as is possible, and this plan would enable to season to start while waiting for health and government officials determine whether it is safe to resume play in regular-season ballparks, with the travel that would entail. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros last_img read more