Patricia A. Hoegeman, age 72 of Batesville, died Friday, May 22, 2020 at her home. Born June 13, 1947 in Milan, Indiana, she is the daughter of Edith (Nee: Johnson) and Charles Smith. She married Philip Hoegeman August 26, 1967 at St. Louis Church. Pat was the caretaker of her family before going to work for the Batesville Community School Corporation, where she retired.Pat gave freely of her time throughout the community. She was a member of the ladies’ auxiliaries of VFW Post 3183, American Legion Post 2171 and the Eagles Aerie 1130. She was also on the board of trustees for the Batesville Athletic Boosters. Pat will be most remembered as a fixture at Batesville sporting events. For 23 years she kept stats for the high school teams in addition to working the gate and taking tickets, which explains why she never knew a stranger. Pat and Phil’s time and efforts were recognized by the Indiana Interscholastic Athletic Administrators’ Association, receiving the Volunteer of the Year award. She enjoyed several interests which included crocheting, raising her tomatoes and cucumbers along with being a Team Penske NASCAR fan and periodic trips to the river boat. Her greatest joy though, was her grandchildren. She loved them dearly and attended all their activities and sporting events. Pat is survived by her husband Phil; daughter and son-in-law Sherry and Eric (Elrod) Ripperger of Peppertown; son and daughter-in-law Chuck and Elizabeth Hoegeman of Trafalgar, Indiana; brothers Mike and Rick Smith, both of Napoleon; seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents.Visitation will be Saturday, May 30th from 9 – 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Attendees will need to observe social distancing while in the funeral home. A private funeral service for immediate family members only will be held at 11:30 a.m. with Rev. Stan Pondo officiating. The service will be live-streamed and can be viewed by going to www.weigelfh.com and clicking the link on Pat’s obituary page.The family requests memorials to the Batesville Athletic Boosters or the Steve Cochran Scholarship Fund. read more
Donald Trump Jr. to host Holden campaign event – September 18, 2020 Latest posts by (see all) Real Estate Transfers Week of Sept. 17 – September 18, 2020 FACEBOOK PHOTOELLSWORTH — A new race, with a new distance, will be held as a veterans remembrance event on Sunday, Nov. 9, at the Down East Family YMCA.Registration for the four-mile walk and run will begin at 8 a.m. with the walk starting at 8:30 and the race a half-hour later.“Our community is filled with runners and many have done 5Ks,” said race organizer Robin Clarke. “This is the next step up in distance and a new goal for all of these people.”The $15 entry fee will be waived for runners with military identification.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textA portion of the money raised by the event will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project, which provides help for the thousands of wounded military personnel returning from the battlefield and their families.Race applications are available at the Down East Family YMCA.The race is being sponsored by The First, N.A. Bio Latest Posts Drive-thru flu shot clinics scheduled – September 18, 2020 read more
Trying to round out his coaching staff as the basketball season approaches, coach Kevin O’Neill announced the addition of assistant coach Tony Miller via Twitter early Wednesday afternoon.Miller, who was recruited heavily before college to play football at Division I programs such as Colorado, Michigan and Ohio State, instead chose to play basketball at Marquette for then-head coach Kevin O’Neill.Miller’s tenure as point guard for the Golden Eagles during the early 1990s made Marquette a force to be reckoned with. He helped to lead his team to the Sweet Sixteen in his junior season, only to fall to eventual national runner-up Duke.Marquette finished as the runner-up in the National Invitational Tournament during Miller’s senior year.His record for career assists remains the most in Marquette history and ranks him seventh all-time in the NCAA.After a successful collegiate career, Miller played for teams all over the globe, including two stints in Amsterdam, which netted him two Holland national titles.O’Neill, who has only been on Twitter for three days, has already used it to make his first big announcement of the season and round out his staff. read more
Before games, Syracuse runs practices to integrate its younger players into the team and ease the pressure of the season. “With girls, you have to feel good to play well,” assistant coach and hitting specialist Alisa Goler said. For much of the season, Syracuse has struggled offensively, ranking at the bottom of the ACC in nearly every offensive category. The Orange is 10th in batting average (.233), slugging percentage (.370), runs scored (134), and RBI (116), and ninth in doubles (36), total bases (363) and total plate appearances (1104). The Orange believe a lot of its struggles, however, do not come from technique, but from a lack of confidence. Part of what’s helped this season is “feel-good” day practices. Junior pitcher and infielder Sydney O’Hara, who leads the team in runs batted in (23), believes that players put too much pressure on themselves coming out of high school to perform well. “Everyone expects for you to (do) great things in college,” O’Hara said. “You have one bad game and you’re like, ‘Wow, people are going to look at me and be like what is she doing?’”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse is filled with young players this season, as 13 of the Orange’s 19 players are underclassmen. Those “feel-good” days were most helpful for helping those young players assimilate. The practices are filled with front-toss batting practice, vision drills and practicing repetitions in drills where making contact with the ball isn’t supposed to be difficult. The aim of the drills is to improve fundamentals. “You have to learn to bounce back from whatever happened the game before,” O’Hara said. This week, with a matchup against North Carolina State over the weekend, Goler said the Orange will have a “feel-good” day followed by work on the pitching machine to work on the players’ vision seeing the ball. “In the fall, it was a time to get to know our kids and their swings and what they struggled with,” Goler said. “Two out of three players were new members.”This process will be the same, Goler said, until 2018 when she will have personally recruited each player in the system. Until then, the Orange have to lead on their top hitters to give the rest of the team confidence. When No. 1 and No. 2 hitters Sammy Fernandez and Maddie Doane are getting on base, the rest of the team feeds off of their success. In the last few weeks, Syracuse has made strides offensively. In the last five games its scored 33 runs. Head coach Mike Bosch has noticed the improvement, and believes it’s added for a more relaxed team. “Our last two weekends we’ve really taken some steps forward offensively,” Bosch said. “It takes pressure off our defense and our pitching.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 12, 2016 at 11:14 pm Contact Jack: email@example.com read more
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 30, 2017 at 7:33 pm Contact David: firstname.lastname@example.org Syracuse (21-13, 12-8 Atlantic Coast) defeated Albany (11-15, 11-1 American East), 3-1, in the opening round of the National Invitational Volleyball Championship on Thursday afternoon at Cotterell Court at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York. After dropping its first set, 21-25, the Orange won three straight, 25-22, 25-20, and 25-21.Santita Ebangwese (13 kills), Ella Saada (11 kills) and Kendra Lukacs (10 kills) paced SU’s offense, with Jalissa Trotter (41 assists) providing the service. Saada (24 digs) manned the back row in a defensive effort that saw four different SU players contribute at least 12 digs. The team also posted a season-high 10 service aces.Albany gained a 14-8 advantage in the opening set before the Orange scored seven straight. The Great Danes recovered, scoring seven of the game’s next nine points off three attack errors and a service error by Syracuse. Two kills from Tatiana Tiangco and one from Danielle Tedesco helped Albany finish the set, 25-21.In the second set, both teams traded points until the score was knotted at 12. The Orange then scored eight of the game’s next 12 points, taking a 20-16 lead, and forcing Albany head coach MJ Engstrom to call a timeout. Despite a late push from the Great Danes, Syracuse went on to take the set, 25-22. SU’s three-headed attack of Lukacs, Saada, and Ebangwese combined for 15 kills in the second period.The Orange opened the third set with a 10-3 run, and continued building on its lead before two Ebangwese service aces resulted in an Albany timeout. Syracuse continued its dominant play, but wasn’t able to finish the set without a close scare. Down 22-10, the Great Danes scored 10 of the game’s next 12 points before Ebangwese finished off the set for SU.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse got out to a hot start in the fourth set, in part to four Albany attack errors. An 8-2 run by the Great Danes reduced the deficit to one, but SU prevailed, winning the set, 25-21. Albany committed three attack errors in the game’s final five points.The Orange will play the winner of Colgate and Towson tomorrow night at 7 p.m. Comments read more
USC football, now No. 21 in the AP Poll, is used to being the dominant team targeted by others, not the underdog pulling the upset. However, Fink said he believes this team is on its way to returning to college football’s elite. Pittman’s highlight of the night was a career-high 77-yard touchdown on USC’s first drive of the third quarter. Pittman said he thought Utah knew the ball was going to him after his hot start, but that it didn’t matter. Utah eventually made it a 21-20 game, appearing to have all the momentum on its side when it forced USC to punt with under 10 minutes left in the game. Senior wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. celebrates after scoring a touchdown in the third quarter against Utah. (Katie Pietzold / Daily Trojan) “What I’m most proud of, though, is we get the ball on a four-minute drive when you gotta have it, everyone knows we’re going to run it, we competed and found a way to do it,” offensive coordinator Graham Harrell said after the game. After freshman quarterback Kedon Slovis went down with an injury on the second play from scrimmage, Fink’s 351 yards and three touchdowns helped USC to a 30-23 victory over Utah at the Coliseum. Utah’s sloppy play was not confined to penalties, though. Right before halftime, Utah had the ball at USC’s 2-yard line and a go-ahead touchdown looked inevitable. However, with 16 seconds remaining, Trojan sophomore inside linebacker Palaie Gaoteote IV forced sophomore running back Devin Brumfield to fumble. Redshirt sophomore cornerback Greg Johnson scooped it up, and USC was ahead at the break. While Fink’s excellent start was certainly the story of the first half, USC wouldn’t have entered halftime ahead if not for several Utah mistakes. The Utes set themselves back on almost every offensive drive and were flagged nine times for 75 yards in the first half alone. “Matt’s not scared to take shots,” Pittman said after the game. “He’ll look at me and then give me the signal, and I know that he’s probably going to throw that pass.” “I can’t tell you how proud I am of [Fink],” head coach Clay Helton said. “In today’s world, things don’t always go your way, and you live through adversity, and you say, ‘Hey, you know what, when my opportunity comes, I’m going to make the most of it.’” “We really just wanted to keep him in the pocket, so we just rushed him at a certain rate to where he couldn’t get out or get around us,” Jackson said. “They just couldn’t stop me,” he said after the game, smiling. That’s when the defense stepped up. The play was the capstone of USC’s improved pursuit of Huntley in the second half. The Utes’ signal-caller rushed for 48 yards in the first half compared to just 12 in the second. It has been a turbulent journey for Fink. In the offseason, even before he was named the third-stringer, he entered the transfer portal and took a visit to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. However, the talent level at USC brought him back, and he mentioned that his bond with his teammates helped him push through the disappointment. After the game, Fink said he knew he was prepared for the opportunity and was not fazed by the pressure. Fink connected with senior wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. for a staggering 232 yards on the night — a career-high for the tenured receiver. It was a lead USC would not relinquish. After redshirt freshman punter Ben Griffiths pinned the Utes at their 6-yard line in the middle of the fourth, freshman defensive lineman Drake Jackson pressured Utah senior quarterback Tyler Huntley in the end zone, forcing an intentional grounding and a safety. “Just do my job,” Fink said. “I don’t think this moment was too big for me.” Utah responded with a field goal, but USC picked up a few first downs to run out the clock and seal the win. Wide receivers redshirt junior Tyler Vaughns and sophomore Amon-Ra St. Brown also scored on USC’s first two drives, early signs that the unit would steal the show for the Trojans. Friday night’s matchup between USC and No. 10 Utah was one of the most highly anticipated games of the past few seasons for the Trojans — not just because it had a chance to decide the winner of the Pac-12 South, but because former Trojan running back Reggie Bush was making his return to the Coliseum as a broadcaster. The Trojans’ rushing unit — which picked up only 13 yards compared to Utah’s 247 — managed to do just enough. The “Reggie, Reggie” postgame chants from USC fans didn’t come as a surprise, but the guest on Bush’s FOX postgame show — redshirt junior quarterback Matt Fink — did. After the ensuing punt, a 42-yard pass from Fink to Pittman led to a 4-yard touchdown run from redshirt freshman tailback Markese Stepp, putting the Trojans up 30-20. “You have the best players in the nation here,” Fink said. “I’m saying that ‘SC is on the rise. We have guys that are going to push us to the top here.” read more
Kildangan manager Johnny Kelly says it will be the first time that the team’s path will have crossed under him and admits the sides won’t know that much about each other. The eight teams left standing in the County Senior Hurling Championship are continuing their preparations for this weekend’s Quarter-Finals.Semple Stadium plays host to all four games, with double-headers on both Saturday and Sunday.The first of two games on the Saturday sees Mullinahone taking on Kildangan.
Share SBC Summit Barcelona – Digital unveils unrivalled speaker line-up August 19, 2020 Submit Related Articles Share SBC Summit Barcelona – Digital 2020 announces free ticket initiative July 21, 2020 StumbleUpon BetShah has outlined plans to ‘cement and further enhance’ its current network of partnerships after confirming the launch of its new affiliate program which will be managed exclusively by AffiliateINSIDER.The partnership plans to guarantee both support and development of BetShah’s affiliate marketing strategy to a global market and provide affiliate relationship management of the highest calibre upon launch.Ioannes Lagos, Project Manager at Betshah, said of the partnership: “We are really looking forward to working with AffiliateINSIDER. They have met our expectations and won our trust among several worthy candidates and we feel confident that our affiliate programme is in very good and experienced hands.“Our goal will be twofold: First, the AffiliateINSIDER team will help us launch our affiliate program and contribute towards BetShah creating a successful entry into the community as well as recruiting new affiliate partnerships. Our second goal is to cement and further enhance our existing partner relationships.”Lee-Ann Johnstone, Founder and CEO at AffiliateINSIDER, added: “We’re delighted to be partnering with new and promising companies like BetShah and we are eager to spearhead their affiliate marketing strategy and program launch, as well as deliver additional PR, events and media support services.“With an innovative product stack and keen enthusiastic team dedicated to supporting the affiliate channel as a major part of their acquisition model we are looking forward to representing BetShah at future affiliate events”.Betshah will be exhibiting as a main sponsor at the Betting on Sports conference which is held alongside the Digital Marketing Forum and CasinoBeats Summit, in partnership with SBC Events in London (17th – 20th September). CEOs to share post-COVID-19 vision at industry’s biggest online conference March 26, 2020 read more
Ghanaian midfielder, Thomas Teye Partey is back on Twitter after a two-month absence from the social media site.Partey, 26, has been absent on Twitter since January 17, 2020, with his last post coming five days after his club side lost the Supercopa de España to Real Madrid in Saudi Arabia.Enjoying every moment of my life 😂😂❤️ #colonel #laughoutloud #aúpaatleti @ Madrid, Spain https://t.co/iFxWwqOUYr— Thomas Teye Partey (@Thomaspartey22) January 17, 2020The reason for his absence is unknown, however, it is suspected that his twitter account was hacked which rendered him unable to access his page.The Atletico Madrid star, after recovering his page tweeted “Hey Twitter, I am back” to express his joy after recovering his account.Hey Twitter, I am back 👋— Thomas Teye Partey (@Thomaspartey22) March 18, 2020Thomas Partey has one of the largest following on Twitter amongst the Black Stars team with 86.5K followers.The Black Stars player has been phenomenal for his club side, Atletico Madrid this season, most recently bossing the middle of the field as they eliminated defending champions, Liverpool from the UEFA Champions League on a 4-2 aggregate scoreline.With La Liga and other major competitions halted in Europe, the Ghanaian could spend more time on twitter to while away time. read more
MASON CITY — Details of former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign stop in Mason City next week have been released. As we told you earlier this week, Biden is embarking on an eight-day, 18-county bus tour of Iowa, which includes a stop at the Historic Park Inn Hotel next Tuesday morning starting at 9:45 AM. Biden will also make a stop in Charles City next Wednesday at 6:45 PM, but further details of that stop have not yet been released. Other Biden stops include the Water’s Edge Nature Center in Algona on Monday at 12:30 and Wednesday at a site to be announced in Iowa Falls at 1:45 PM. Biden this past weekend received the endorsement of former Iowa governor and US Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and his wife Christie.