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The Batesville High School track team traveled just down the road to East Central on Saturday for their first indoor track meet of the season. Although there were 11 teams around the area competing, this was not a team scored meet. This meet gave the athletes a chance to take a look at how their winter training is coming along and a chance to compete against someone other than their teammates. This meet can also qualify them to the Indoor State meet at IU in Bloomington on March 24th. There are 2 more weeks to compete and try and qualify for this meet. The top 24 times and distances in each event will qualify for the State meet, so athletes will not know for a couple of weeks how their performances will stack up until all qualifying meets are complete.Those that competed Saturday at East Central that placed in the top 8 for the Bulldogs were: 55m dash-Stephanie Nobbe, 4th (7.86), Jake Cruse, 5th (7.19); 1600m run-Liz Loichinger, 3rd (5:49); 400m dash-Haylee Harmeyer, 2nd (1:06.82), JJ Kuisel, 2nd (58.57) and Joseph Choi, 4th (1:00.38); 200m dash-Stephanie Nobbe, 3rd (28.13), Jake Cruse, 8th (26.63); Pole Vault-Christopher Laymon, 2nd (9’6″); Long Jump-Christopher Laymon, 4th (18’4.5″) and Adam Bedel, 7th (18’0″); High Jump-Morgan Meyer, 5th (4’8″), Gabby Gibbss, 6th (4’8″), Katie Bedel, 7th (4’6″) and Jake Cruse, 8th (5’2″); Girls 4 x 800m Relay, 3rd (11:14.65)-Liz Loichinger, Emma Gausman, Trysta Vierling and Haylee Harmeyer; Boys 4 x 800m Relay, 2nd (9:41)-Christopher Laymon, JJ Kuisel, Dillon Murray and Joseph Choi; Girls Sprint Medley Relay, 3rd (1:56.27)-Taylor Rowlett, Morgan Meyer, Stephanie Nobbe and Haylee Harmeyer; Boys Sprint Medley Relay, 3rd (1:46.31)-Dawson Lipperd, CJ Thomas, Charlie Laymon and Jake Cruse.Full results can be found on athletic.net.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.The Greensburg High School boys track team traveled to East Central High School on Saturday to participate in their first meet of the season. This eleven school indoor invitational was a non-team scored event, tracking only individual finishes. There were several top performers for the Pirates. Hunter Butz was the winner of both the 800 and 1600 meter runs. Joey Woods and Daimon Austin finished second and third, respectively, in the long jump, while Sage O’Mara had a sixth place finish in the 400 meter dash.Shot PutTanner Yonts 37’5″ – 9thJohn Redelman 33’2″ – 21stJackson Jones 26’2″ – 34thHigh JumpDaimon Austin 5’4″ – 4thDylan Lawson 5’4″ – 5thLong JumpJoey Woods 18’8.5″ – 2ndDaimon Austin 18’7″ – 3rdDylan Lawson 17’10” – 8thJalyn Woods 16’7″ – 17thShawn Partlow 16’05” – 19thSage O’Mara 15’1″ – 23rd3200M RelayHunter Butz, Garrett Schreiner, Trevin White, Blaine Schroeder 10:33.14 – 5th55 HurdlesVincent Pavy 9.47 – 9th55 DashVincent Pavy 7.31 – 11thJoey Woods 7.38 – 15thDaimon Austin 7.38 – 16thNicholas Zapfe 7.68 – 32ndAdam Hamilton 7.72 – 35thJalyn Woods 7.74 – 37thTrevin White 7.76 – 39thShawn Partlow 7.81 – 43rd1600Hunter Butz – 4:54.58 – 1stBlaine Schroeder 5:55.33 – 23rd776 Sprint MedleyVincent Pavy, Joey Woods, Nicholas Zapfe, Adam Hamilton 1:46.40 – 4thShawn Partlow, Devin Imel, Dylan Lawson, Garrett Schreiner 1:48.51 – 7th400Sage O’Mara 1:00.83 – 6thDallas Crank 1:06.93 – 15th800Hunter Butz 2:12.96 – 1stBlaine Schroeder 2:38.75 – 15thDallas Crank 2:56.73 – 29thJohn Redelman 3:16.91 – 32ndJackson Jones 3:23.38 – 33rd200Devin Imel 27.08 – 14thNicholas Zapfe 27.20 – 16thAdam Hamilton 27.61 – 23rdDylan Lawson 27.63 – 24th1600 RelayHunter Butz, Nicholas Zapfe, Jalyn Woods, Sage O’Mara 4:06.03 – 3rdDallas Crank, Devin Imel, Trevin White, Blaine Schroeder 4:30.06 – 6thCourtesy of Pirates Boys Coach Rich Bryant.The Lady Pirates opened their 2018 Track Season at East Central’s Indoor Invitational on Saturday, March 3. The non-scored event featured 11 schools and is a qualifying meet for the Hoosier State Relays. The Ladies performed very well and came home with 3 individual Championships, 2 Runner Up Championships and a broken meet record.2017 Track State Qualifier and HSR medalist, Lily Grimes, defended her shot put title and won by a clear margin with a 37’4″ toss. Freshman 2017 Cross Country State Qualifier, Brenner Hanna, won both the 1600 and the 800. Brenner set a new meet record in the metric mile with a 5:32.95 run which also makes her the 5th fastest Lady Pirate in Greensburg history. Brenner’s mother, Jenni (Ernstes) Hanna, is the 4th fastest with 5:30.1. Brenner also won the 800 with 2:33.39 which makes her the 10th fastest female in school history in the half mile. The Runner Up Champion 3200 Relay team featuring Cami Jones, Cathy Newhart, Julia Ankney and Brenner Hanna ran a time of 11:01.06 for their 2nd place finish to East Central. Cathy Newhart was also the Runner Up Champion in the 3200 with a time of 12:43.23.Meet results are as follows:Shot PutLily Grimes 37’4 -1stAnna West 30′ -5thKatie Beam 26’3.5 -16thAllison Ralston 21’1 -30thHigh JumpShannon Pake 4’6 -8thMary West 4’2 -12thPole VaultKoregan Kidd 6’6 8thLong JumpShannon Pake 12’8 -15thHilary Ernstes 12’1 -19thKaelyn Spears 11’8.5 -21st3200M RelayJones, Newhart, Ankney, Hanna 11:01.06 – 2ndHilary Ernstes, Emma Wilmer, Katie Beam, Jordyn Luken 12:56.95 – 9th55 HurdlesMary West 10.46 – 4thKaelyn Speers 11.15 – 9th55 DashMary West 8.42 – 12thAnna West 8.53 – 15thKoregan Kidd 8.77 – 26thEmily Rosales 9.52 – 52ndAllison Ralston 10.02 -54thJordyn Luken 11.38 – 58th1600Brenner Hanna 5:32.95 – 1st *Meet Record*Cami Jones 6:02.81 – 4thEmma Wilmer 6:47.00 – 14thJulia Ankney 7:07.57 – 24th776 Sprint MedleyMary West, Anna West, Shannon Pake, Hilary Ernstes 2:07.12 – 8thKoregan Kidd, Emily Rosales, Jordyn Luken, Allison Ralston 2:27.31 – 12th400Kaelyn Spears 1:19.51 -16th800Brenner Hanna 2:33.39 -1stCami Jones 2:46.30 – 4thJulia Ankney 3:02.90 -11thEmma Wilmer 3:08.32 -15th200Shannon Pake 32.63 -24thAnna West 32.97 -28thEmily Rosales 35.12 -44thJordyn Luken 43.05 -54th3200Cathy Newhart 12:43.23 -2nd1600 RelayCami Jones, Hilary Ernstes, Julia Ankney, Brenner Hanna 4:51.31 -3rdOfficial Results will be posted on stuartroadracing.comThe Pirate Ladies vying for a spot at the Hoosier State Relays will be competing again on the 9th & 10th at UIndy and Purdue.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Katina Tekulve.
The Mets bought the Chiefs in October 2017 for more than $20 million, Cuomo said. Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney, who spoke at Tuesday’s announcement, said Cuomo asked the Mets to buy the franchise. The deal ended a 56-year community ownership of the team and its nine-year affiliation with the Nationals.In Cuomo’s “State of the State” address in January, he hinted at a possible name change to Syracuse’s team, but no reports were confirmed.On Tuesday, Mahoney walked up to the podium on the infield and announced the county’s commitment to the project, investing $12.5 million for renovations to the stadium. The changes include upgrades to its clubhouse, lighting, entryway and concessions along with upper and lower seating replacements.“This stadium is one of the jewels of our county parks system,” Mahoney said. “We’re really excited for what’s in store.”Laura Angle | Digital Design EditorAfter Cuomo’s speech and words from the Mets’ chief operating officer, Jeff Wilpon, the team revealed a new logo and uniforms. The primary logos features a blue New York state backdrop with “Syracuse” on top, in orange in one font, and the New York Mets’ logo on the bottom. The secondary logo is an orange and white “S.”The team’s uniforms were also unveiled, with “Mets” pinstripes for home games and “Syracuse” grey outfits for road games. New merchandise went on sale after the event at NBT Bank Stadium.Two photo mockups of the renovations were displayed. Notably, a replica of Citi Field’s center field big apple, instead as an orange, is planned in front of the stadium, and a David Wright mural was shown inside. The renovations are scheduled to finish before the 2019 season, Wilpon said.“This is a bold commitment to continuing our proud baseball legacy,” Mahoney said “… These things wouldn’t happen without Cuomo.” Published on October 16, 2018 at 5:13 pm Contact KJ: email@example.com | @KJEdelman Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) walked onto the field at NBT Bank Stadium on Tuesday afternoon sporting a vintage New York Mets bomber jacket. His last name was embroidered on the back in orange and white block letters.A native of Queens, Cuomo grew up watching the Mets, going to baseball games as a kid at Shea Stadium frequently. After tying the jacket into his speech, Cuomo revealed it was a gift from his father, Mario Cuomo, the 52nd governor of New York.“I am sure that he has had a reserved ticket and he’s looking down today, and he’s so happy and so proud,” Cuomo said as his smile started to widen, “that the Syracuse Mets are coming to town and are going to be right here.”With the New York Mets purchasing the former-Washington Nationals’ Triple-A affiliate last year, the team began the process of rebranding Tuesday when it announced a name change from the Chiefs to the Syracuse Mets. Cuomo also announced a “large-scale,” $25 million renovation plan to NBT Bank Stadium, which will be covered equally by New York state and Onondaga County.
Rio Ferdinand is launching a new career as a professional boxer, two years after he retired from football.The 38-year-old’s move into the ring is being backed by betting company Betfair, which announced the news on Tuesday.Former Manchester United and England defender Ferdinand works as a TV pundit and he has his own clothing line.”I’m doing this because it’s a challenge,” he said. “I’ve won titles and now I’m aiming for a belt.”He has posted several social media videos in recent months showing him boxing and working with personal trainer Mel Deane.Ferdinand, who won the Premier League six times and the Champions League once during his time in Manchester, may follow in the footsteps of former Birmingham City midfielder Curtis Woodhouse and former Crystal Palace forward Leon McKenzie, who became professional boxers after quitting football. Woodhouse became British super-lightweight champion. Former England cricket captain Andrew Flintoff also launched a boxing career after retiring, winning his only pro bout in December 2012 against American Richard Dawson at Manchester Arena on points.