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Lady Bulldogs And Lady Cardinals Split 1st Round SEI Tourney Battles

first_imgThe BMS 7th Grade Volleyball won the first round of tourney against St. Louis 25-9 and 25-11! The girls started off a little slow, then pulled it together and started playing there game! Ava Powner led the team with 4 aces. Molly Meer and Alyson Peters each had 2 aces. Kate  Bauer and Sarah Bedel each had 1 ace. Addison Westrick and  Addyson Weiler played great defense and each had 2 digs and other great passes. Sophie Gesell led the team with 6 kills. Lydia Haskamp and Annie Negovetich each had one good serve and one great hit! Their record is 10-2! They will play the second round of tourney at Jac-Cen-Del tomorrow!  Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Megan Werner.The BMS 8th Grade Volleyball team lost in the 1st round of the SEI tournament in a very close & competitive game vs St. Louis. Scores were 25-19, 25-23. The team ends their season with a record of 7-5.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Angie Ehrman.   The 7th Grade Lady Cardinal completed their season with a record of 3-9 for the season, 3rd place in the Cardinal Classic and fell in the first round of the SEI Tournament against the Batesville Middle School Bulldogs. 25-9, 25-11. Rachel Suttmann led the Cardinals with 3 points followed by Lucy Abplanalp, Cora Roth and Sophia Hohenstein with 1 point each. Even though the Cardinals had a hard time with the Bulldog serves, they worked hard on the court to show their abilities to set up some offense. Lucy Abplanalp had several tips and hits for the Cardinals as well as Ashely Hunter had a strong hit. The 7th-grade volleyball team is a very young team. The improved greatly through the season even though their record did not show it. The St. Louis 8th Grade Volleyball team won the first round of the SEI tournament against the Batesville Middle School Bulldogs 25-19, 25-23. The Cardinals had their best play of the season in the first set of the match. They covered the court well on defense. This helped set up the offense so the Cardinals could dominate. This play pushed over to the second set but the Cardinals had to work a little hard as the Bulldogs were able to dig several of the spikes and tips from the team. This was a team effort to pull out this win starting with the serve. The Cardinals served 94% for the night which is an outstanding number for this age group. Ingrid Tuveson led the Cardinals with 10 points. Kate Weber and Isabelle Wonnell set up the offense with great sets to the front row. Catherine Streator, Claire Saner and Isabelle Wonnell had several strong hits with several kills between them. This setup could not have happened without the passing skills of the back row players, Ingrid Tuveson, Ava Owens, Lilly Schebler, and Maggie Beiser. Ella Moster and Rhea Miller rounded the team with strong support at the net.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jennifer Meer.last_img read more

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Eagle soars to Enterprise glory

first_img Billed as a Derby horse for Dermot Weld as soon as he made his debut at this course in August of last year, he was then beaten six lengths by none other than Australia in the corresponding renewal of the John Deere Juvenile Turf Stakes. That was Free Eagle’s last start as he was sidelined with injury but he came back with a swagger as 9-10 favourite, with Pat Smullen sitting off the pace set by stablemate Rock Critic before cruising into the lead on the home turn and allowing his mount to stride seven lengths clear. Free Eagle made a quite stunning return to the racecourse after a year’s absence in the KPMG Enterprise Stakes at Leopardstown. Weld said: “He did it very impressively. It’s a case of what might have been, but such is life. He’s come back nicely and we’ll see how he comes out of it. He’s very laid-back and it was difficult enough to get him as fit as I wanted for today, but he was pretty right. He should improve, naturally. “He’ll have one more run and the English Champion Stakes looks the logical race. He’s entitled to a crack and that’s the plan. He’s just a very good horse and he’s done it very very well. It’s just a worry now that he stays sound and right. “He had a stress fracture of his tibia in the spring and was stood in his box for 12 weeks. Today was the very first day that it was practical to run and it was the right race to bring him back in. Losing him was a huge blow but thank God he’s back. Pat was thrilled with him.” Toe The Line got the better of a desperate finish to the Irish Stallion Farms E.B.F. ‘Petingo’ Handicap. A 7-1 chance for the respected John Kiely yard, the five-year-old mare has been in excellent form all year and was produced with delicate timing by Fran Berry. Winter Lion tried to slip the field around the home turn but a whole host of challengers came to the fore inside the final furlong, with Toe The Line getting to the post a neck in front of Cassells Rock and Silwana. Kiely said: “She’s always been promising and showed a lot from day one. She’s been unlucky once or twice. She ran well behind the Galway Hurdle winner at the Curragh and the trip was too short in Killarney. “She’ll probably stay on the Flat for a while. I thought she would be going jumping. They went a good gallop today which helped. The prize-money is high and it’s a good day to have a horse for.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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Badminton News Indonesia Masters 2019: Saina sails into semis but Sindhu, Srikanth lose in quarters

first_imgJakarta: Saina Nehwal hardly broke a sweat on way to her second consecutive semifinal of the season but P V Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth lost their respective quarterfinals to bow out of the Indonesia Masters badminton tournament on Friday. Eighth seed Saina, who had reached the semifinal last week at Malaysia Masters, beat Thailand’s Pornpawee Chochuwong 21-7 21-18 to make it to the last four of women’s singles.The two-time Commonwealth Games champion will next face sixth-seeded Chinese He Bingjiao, a player Saina has never faced in her career. Sindhu couldn’t adjust to the speed and precision of three-time Olympic champion Caroline Marin, going down 11-21 12-21 in a lopsided contest.Srikanth had to settle for a second quarter-final finish after losing 18-21 19-21 to local hero and Asian Games champion Jonatan Christie. Saina enjoyed a good start and galloped to a 11-4 lead at the interval. The Indian continued to dominate proceeding after the interval, moving in quick bursts of points to close out the opening game comfortably.Also Read | Virat Kohli’s India aim to sustain ruthless streak against New ZealandIn the second game, Chochuwong ran to 8-4 lead, but Saina caught up with her at 12-12 before going ahead and shutting the door on her opponent. In 13 meetings, Sindhu has lagged 5-7 against Marin in their head-to-head count, which included defeats at the Rio Olympic and 2018 World Championship finals.Marin seemed equally unstoppable Friday as she marched to a 6-1 lead with her better court coverage and angled returns. The screams and fist pumps were out right from the start as Sindhu looked for an opening.The Indian exchanged rallies and made it to 5-8 before Marin grabbed a six-point lead at the break with a cross-court smash and a long return from Sindhu. Sindhu reduced the margin to 10-14 but Marin was going great guns and eventually pocketed the first game when the Indian went wide and long.In the second game, Sindhu couldn’t keep the shuttle inside the court, allowing Marin to again zoom to a 5-0 lead. A net error from Marin helped Sindhu break the run of points but the Indian continued to commit too many unforced errors. Sindhu failed to see the initiatives during the fast-paced rallies. A huge body smash took Marin to 11-3 at the interval.Marin was on fire and gathered points at will, moving to 15-5 with another smash. Marin eventually sealed the contest when Sindhu hit the net. In the men’s singles quarterfinals, Srikanth tried to put pressure on his rival but Jonatan was solid in his defence and with the Indian making errors, the Indonesian led 11-7 at the break.Also Read | Happy Birthday Cheteshwar Pujara – Indian cricket team’s ‘New Wall’ turns 31Srikanth caught up with Jonatan at 15-15 after making a few good saves. The Indian then unleashed a straight smash to lead 17-16 for the first time in the match. But Srikanth committed too many unforced errors and also made a misjudgment at the backline to hand over game points to the Indonesian who sealed it with a half smash.Jonatan raced away to a 6-0 lead before a spinning net shot helped Srikanth to log his first point in the second game. However, the Indonesian managed to lead 11-4 at the breather after Srikanth failed to reach a shot at the forecourt.After the break, Jonatan maintained the lead to reach 15-8. The Indian grabbed three quick points but a weak return from the backline found the net. Srikanth reduced the deficit to 14-16 by pushing the shuttle at the backcourt. Srikanth brought the equation down to 18-19 before Jonatan made an error of judgment at the backcourt. But the Indonesian made amends immediately as he unleashed a smash to reach match points before grabbing it with another return.  For all the Latest Sports News News, Badminton News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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Busy’s back in business

first_imgBusy Signal, whose hit songs include Nah Go A Jail Again, Smoke Some High Grade, Tic Toc and Watch Out For This (Bumaye), has been unable to work in the US due to legal challenges. Chris Roberts, CEO of the event, said the deejay has been granted a visa to perform in the United States. He joins Ken Boothe, Freddie McGregor, Tarrus Riley and R Kelly as headliners for ‘Groovin’ at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, New York.“I am happy that this historic performance will be delivered on a Groovin’ stage, the biggest music platform for reggae and R&B music in the US,” said Roberts.U Roy, Leroy Sibbles, Lloyd Parks and We The People Band, and a 17-man orchestra directed by Michael ‘Ibo’ Cooper, will also perform. Busy Signal will be performing at Groovin In The Park on June 25, promoters of the annual event have confirmed.last_img read more

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