The SDMS AquaTrojans are a perfect 3-0 as they traveled to Richmond Middle School and defeated the Red-devils on Tuesday night. The boys won 106-37 and the girls were victorious 142-15.Individual winners include Elise Doan-200 Freestyle, 100 Freestyle;Grace Crane-200 IM, 100 Breaststroke; Jackson Ketcham-200 IM, 500 Freestyle; Mackenzie Schantz-50 Freestyle, 100 Butterfly; Troy Shumate-50 Freestyle; Noah Arnold-1 meter diving, 100 Butterfly; Jacob Weber-100 Freestyle, 100 Breaststroke; Liz Warren-500 Freestyle; Hannah Weber-100 Backstroke; and Andrew Strimple-100 Backstroke.SDMS won all six relays and are 17/18 on the year. SDMS will travel to Lawrenceburg on Tuesday next week to take on the Tigers from Greendale.GO AQUATROJANS!!!!!!Courtesy of Aqua Trojans Coach Brandon Loveless.
At the start of the month, Telefoot claimed Lille had received an offer for the 21-year-old striker, who had been linked with Liverpool and Chelsea. Le 10 Sport reported that Liverpool were leading the race for Osimhen and on Boubakary Soumare, who is believed to be interesting some of the world’s biggest clubs. However, according to Les Cahiers du Football editor Abdellah Boulma, the £75m bid, plus bonuses came from Jose Mourinho at Spurs. And that suggestion is starting to carry some weight after Osimhen’s agent Ariyo Igbayilola revealed that the striker would not consider a move unless Kane left the north London club. Igbayilola told The Cable: “We told Mourinho that if he wants Victor, will Harry Kane be leaving?Advertisement Nigeria international, Victor Osimhen, will only sign for Tottenham if Harry Kane leaves the club, according to the Lille striker’s agent. Loading… “If Harry Kane is still playing for Tottenham will Victor play? Because he will always be benched for him. “Kane is their number one striker and he is the captain of England, all these will always work for him in the club but at Victor’s detriment. “He needs a club where he will always play full games week in, week out. Not to be kept on the bench.” read also:Arsenal chiefs identify Osimhen as Aubameyang’s replacement Kane has also been the subject of much speculation, with Manchester United and Real Madrid believed to be interested parties, after the England man recently warned that he will not simply stay at Tottenham “for the sake of it”. Teddy Sheringham this week offered some advice to Kane and thinks the striker is at a “crossroads” in his career. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A VeganWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?A Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way
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The 28-year-old left the Liberty Stadium to join Sunderland in January, before linking up with the Tigers on loan during the summer. Graham had not scored since leaving south Wales, until he popped up to grab the opener in Hull’s 1-1 draw against the Swans on Monday night. Hull striker Danny Graham insists he has never regretted leaving Swansea, and hopes he can now reward the faith of Tigers’ boss Steve Bruce after ending his goal drought against his former employers. His previous goal had been for Swansea in the Capital One Cup against Chelsea on January 9, his previous Premier League goal had been on New Year’s Day against Aston Villa. Graham’s far-post strike ended a run of 30 goalless games in all competitions, and a 1,626-minute barren spell in the Premier League. By contrast, Graham scored 21 goals for Swansea in a season and a half, but felt he had to leave as his “face didn’t fit” in Michael Laudrup’s set-up, the striker having been brought to the club by Brendan Rodgers. And, despite his travails over the last 11 months, he never pondered what might have been with Swansea, who won the Capital One Cup to secure a Europa League place just weeks after Graham left. “I never regret anything in football,” he said. “You have your ups and your downs and you take it, that’s how it is. It is easy when the goals are flying in and stuff, but I made that decision and I stand by it. “The move was down to the amount of games I was playing. “I waited my time and then I got back in the team in January and scored four in four games. Then I didn’t play against Everton away and he (Laudrup) played (winger) Nathan Dyer up front. I thought then my face didn’t fit with the new manager. “I felt in my own mind it was time to move on. I was 27 at the time and I want to play football, I don’t want to sit around, even though I sat around for a few months waiting for my chance and felt I took it when it came. It was basically down to that.” But Graham could not speak highly enough of the support he has received from Bruce and his Hull team-mates during his time at the KC Stadium. “He’s been very good for me since the moment I walked into the club. He keeps reminding me how good a player I am, even though I haven’t scored for a while,” he said. “That makes a difference. It shows he has faith in me which is great. “But it is not just him, it is the other players, the coaching staff and the fans. Everyone has been great so I would like to thank them. “I think you would start doubting yourself if you were not getting those reassurances, but everybody who has been around me, not just the players but my family and everything, have been superb. I have got the goal and I hope we can put this to bed and move on.” Sunderland have the option of recalling Graham from his loan in January should his goal mark the start of a productive spell. But the former Watford, Middlesbrough and Carlisle man hopes to get the chance to continue with the Tigers. “At the minute it is out of my hands,” he said. “I have not spoken to anyone at Sunderland, I have not spoken to the new manager, obviously it was Paolo (Di Canio) who sent me out on loan. “At the minute I am just concentrating on doing well for Hull. As I said the manager showed a lot of faith in me in the time I have been here and I want to repay that. “I think it is a season-long loan, but if there is an option then we will have to see what happens.” Press Association
Press Association Third in the Vintage Crop Stakes on her reappearance, the five-year-old was sent off the even-money favourite, and Pat Smullen was happy to slot in just behind the pacesetting Manalapan. The leader battled hard to stay in front, but Smullen drove Pale Mimosa into the lead over a furlong from home and she went on to score cosily. Smullen said: “She’s a very good mare, she showed a bit of a turn of foot there. “I wasn’t sure beforehand where the pace was going to come from, but all I wanted was a lead. When I got it, it was never in doubt. “She’s a little bit delicate and we have to look after her, but when she gets this sort of ground she’s good. “For only her second run of the year, that was a fair performance.” That concluded a double on the card for Weld and Smullen, after Initial just held on in a thrilling finish to the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden. The 6/5 favourite looked to have stolen a march on his rivals when pulling clear a furlong out, but newcomer Hunt flew home at the finish, going down by just a nose. Weld said: “He battled well and he got a strong ride from Pat Smullen. He’ll go for a nursery now.” Pale Mimosa proved a class apart from her rivals when giving Dermot Weld his sixth win in the Listed Challenge Stakes at Leopardstown in the last seven years.
13:29 (IST) 13:10 (IST) 11:02 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 13:42 (IST) Australia are keeping the runs tight but Kohli and Pujara have displayed magnificent patience to counter the conditions. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Rahane takes on the short ball again and the deficit is almost under 200 now. Two consecutive boundaries by Rahane and he nears his fifty. Simply sensational and India continue to dominate. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Big appeal for an LBW by Ishant against Pat Cummins but the ball was sliding down the leg side. Due to the extra bounce in Perth, the ball would have been going over the leg stump. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In The Australian bowlers are bowling a good line and length to Kohli and Pujara. The weather forecast for Perth today is for thunderstorms. One hopes that the rain stays away. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Rahane is taking the attack to the opposition. He upper-cuts a short ball from Pat Cummins to the third man boundary for the first six of the game. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Almost! Nathan Lyon forces an error of judgment from Kohli again. The offspinner gets this ball to break back in and Kohli shoulders arms. The ball just goes over the stumps. It was not too far from hitting the bail. What a close call for Kohli. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 09:23 (IST) 09:03 (IST) Umpire Chris Gaffaney has failed to spot two no-balls bowled by Josh Hazlewood. In fact, the bowler has overstepped by a big margin there. Lazy umpiring 13:45 (IST) 14:13 (IST) Stumps on day 2 of the Perth Test. Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane fifties have ensured India are on top against Australia. The final session on day 2 could dictate the way how the Test pans out. India trail by 154 runs. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In That will be tea on the second day. Kohli and Pujara have displayed their class and have put India in a solid position. They trail by 256 runs. 08:52 (IST) 12:33 (IST) Magnificent King Kohli! The Adelaide failure was just a blip. Gets to the landmark by cutting a short ball from Cummins to the third man fence. It is his 20th fifty. WICKET! Pujara has been strangled down the leg side and the dangerous partnership is broken. Starc is lucky to have gotten the wicket there. 15:22 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 15:10 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In New Delhi: Ishant Sharma picked up 4/41 as India managed to bowl Australia out for 326 on the second day of the Perth Test. In response, Virat Kohli’s side started badly as they lost Murali Vijay and KL Rahul cheaply. Cheteshwar Pujara and the skipper weathered the storm well and strung a 74-run stand for the third wicket. However, when Pujara was dismissed by Mitchell Starc for 24, India were still not out of the woods but a brilliant unbeaten partnership of 90 between Ajinkya Rahane and Kohli has tilted the advantage to India’s favour. Kohli will be looking to score a century tomorrow while Rahane will be aiming to help India take the lead. (SCORECARD) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET! Sensational bowling from Mitchell Starc. That is the guy whom the world fears. Pacy 88 mph full length delivery, it swerves back in and Vijay leaves a gap between bat and pad, the ball crashes into middle and off stump and India lose a crucial wicket just before the lunch break. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 11:21 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 10:38 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 14:18 (IST) 09:53 (IST) Loud appeal for an LBW but the umpire does not give it out. Paine opts for the review. Cummins traps Pujara with a full ball slanted in and the batsman is hit on the back leg but the ball was going over the stumps. Australia lose the review. A warm welcome to day 2 of the Perth Test. Pat Cummins and Tim Paine continue to bat with application while the likes of Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami are trying to break this stand and restrict Australia to under 350. 09:28 (IST) 08:29 (IST) Kohli gets going with a straight drive off Hazlewood to the long on boundary. This is the clutch period in the game for Australia and India. If Kohli and Pujara hang in, they can get going. A wicket for Australia will truly put them on top. 14:37 (IST) The partnership between Paine and Cummins has gone past fifty for the seventh wicket. This partnership is frustrating India and Virat Kohli is running out of options. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 15:05 (IST) The deficit is now under 200 and Kohli continues to show his class as he drills a straight drive down the ground for yet another boundary. WICKET! Brilliant ball from Hazlewood and India have lost both openers. Full length, almost yorker length on off stump, it swerves away late in the air and Rahul plays down the wrong line. The ball crashes into off stump. Pujara and Kohli the key now. 10:49 (IST) WICKET! Ishant will be on a hat-trick in the next innings. Hazlewood edges an away swinger and Ishant finishes with 4/41. Australia all out for 326. This is a decent total one feels. Interesting to see how the Australian bowlers respond on this deck. Missed run-out chance. Paine taps it to short cover and takes a quick single, Cummins is struggling but Rahul runs in and does not pick up the ball. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In The 300 is up for Australia. It has been a stunning effort once again by the lower order. The bonus for Australia, this time, the top order has also contributed. 09:12 (IST) 10:58 (IST) Starc and Hazlewood resume after the lunch break. Cheteshwar Pujara holds the key now and one will be hoping KL Rahul finds some form. Pujara was the difference in Adelaide and he could well be the major player in these conditions. 10:39 (IST) 14:00 (IST) WICKET! Finally, the partnership is broken. Umesh lands this delivery on a fuller length on the off stump channel, it zips through the deck and Cummins plays down the wrong line and the ball pegs the off stump back. Australia 310/7 but one feels Cummins has done the job. 08:06 (IST) Australia continue to work hard to get a wicket. Rahane nears his fifty by beautifully caressing the drive off a full ball from Starc to the deep extra cover fence. The partnership has also crossed fifty. Rahane hits a magnificent fifty, his 17th in Tests. This partnership with Virat Kohli has put India on course to overhaul Australia’s total. 08:37 (IST) WICKET! Ishant gets his third. Slight hint of away movement from round the wicket on a fuller length, Starc goes for the slog and the edge flies to Pant who leaps to his left and takes a sharp catch Glorious. Three boundaries by Kohli off Hazlewood and India are slowly rebuilding. They need this partnership to flourish. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 11:56 (IST) 08:10 (IST) WICKET! Another one. In the space of three balls. Bumrah traps Paine LBW and the batsman opts for the review. Not a no-ball, no bat and the ball is hitting leg stump. The Australian skipper was on the back foot which undid him and he walks back for a solid 38. 11:37 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Pujara eases the pressure slightly by driving a full ball from Mitchell Starc to the deep extra cover fence. He is rotating the strike also with singles and twos. Great batting. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In
BRYAN FAUST/Herald photoWisconsin was in Ann Arbor, Mich., April 14, 2002, for a conference matchup with No. 12 Michigan. With the score tied at zero in the top of the third inning, the Badgers’ freshman shortstop came to the plate with a runner on first. After seeing a couple pitches, she promptly deposited the ball deep beyond the left field fence, giving UW a 2-0 lead that would prove to be the final score. For now-senior Kris Zacher, the moment was her way of introducing herself to the Big Ten.“Coach (Gallagher) was all excited, and I didn’t quite understand, but now looking at Michigan and seeing they’re a big powerhouse,” Zacher said. “I guess I’ll always remember that one. It was probably one of my best moments.”Zacher, along with senior catcher Boo Gillette, has represented the core and identity of UW softball for the past four seasons. The Milwaukee native went on to be named the team’s Freshman of the Year in 2002, an appetizer to a career that has been nothing short of remarkable.The team’s co-MVP with Gillette last season, Zacher is making her final rounds through the Big Ten this season after terrorizing the conference for the past three seasons. Forever to be known as one of the most gifted athletes to come through the program, it hasn’t always been easy for Zacher. Then again, that is why she will also be remembered as one of the hardest workers to come through the program. Zacher struggled at the plate her first two seasons, posting solid power numbers but hitting only .253 and .228, respectively, during her freshman and sophomore years. As an upper-classman Zacher made the leap from an ultra-talented player to one of the nation’s top players thanks to some hard work.“It was just a little tweak in my swing,” said Zacher, who saw her average skyrocket to .350 last season, allowing her to more than double her runs scored. “I kept collapsing my back leg and was losing power. In the summer I went and worked on it. I guess you can tell by the stats that it has been beneficial.” The swing adjustment led to Zacher setting the UW single-season hit record and being named to the NFCA All-Mideast Region Second Team. This season Zacher has taken it even a step further, hitting an eye-boggling .407. She is currently on pace to break the team batting average record of .401, set by Julie Bourchard in 1998.“I think she has finally come into her own,” UW head coach Karen Gallagher said. “There is a point where her mental game caught up with her talent and natural ability and things just started to sink in and she realized that she can play at this level.”Zacher has also become the team’s career leader in triples (11) and stolen bases (34), while ranking in the all-time top five in home runs (16), RBI (76), slugging percentage (.424) and batting average (.304). Gallagher calls Zacher one of the best talents she has ever coached.“There is nobody that can do better, she is one of the best players in the country as far as I’m concerned,” Gallagher said. “When she is on, she’s on and there is nobody better.”Zacher has developed into a five-tool player, a player who can hit for average, hit for power, field, steal bases and has a strong throwing arm.“She has been one of the core players of this program,” Gallagher said. “She has played shortstop for four years and has been the foundation of our infield. She just does incredible things.”Despite her talent, according to Zacher her biggest tool has been her work ethic and passion for the game.“I put everything out there every game,” Zacher said. “You never know which pitch, which game might be your last. Your season or career might be cut short with an injury, you never know. Play with every ounce of energy and give everything you have to the team. When I’m out there playing, I give 110 percent.”With Zacher’s career as a Badger player ending after this season, she looks back on her career a little differently than most would.“It’s been a lot of ups and downs, and has been a lot harder than I thought it would be,” Zacher said. “It has definitely been worth it though. Softball teaches you to grow up and deal with adversity and how to work together as a team on and off the field. Softball teaches you a lot of things, not only about softball but about life as well.”Not surprisingly, Zacher’s preferred career path following her playing career involves passing on those lessons. “I hope to coach,” Zacher said. “Hopefully teaching softball to kids and giving back to the game in a different way. I would love to be in college coaching, but you’ve got to know people and be in the system for that so, we’ll see.”With Zacher’s graduation, Gallagher will need to regularly pencil in a new name at shortstop for the first time in four seasons.“Kris has been a pillar here and it’s going to be big shoes to fill whoever comes in and does that,” Gallagher said.
Catherine Pérez describes herself as a first-generation student in every sense of the word. Photo of Catherine Pérez from USC News.“I’m first-generation … high school graduate, first-generation college, first-generation doctoral program,” she said.Pérez, a Ph.D. candidate studying gerontology at the Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, is researching health disparities with regard to different social determinants. Though her research is with older adults, the information she has gathered about socioeconomics has allowed her to observe the importance of such issues among first-generation students.She uses population-level data to compare health patterns across demographic indicators. Pérez’s educational background has allowed her to observe patterns that are visible in first-generation students who, when given inadequate support, can find college difficult.Through her research, Pérez has evaluated how inadequate support for first-generation students can make college difficult.“[We must think] about how that chronic stress builds up and how it affects life course outcomes,” she said. “We know that stress is also strongly associated with depression and anxiety and these are issues that lead students to drop out of school and this impacts life chances because education is associated with income, occupational status and health.”When Pérez first began her research, she was interested in delving deeper into the relationship between socioeconomic disadvantages and health.“I read and have done my own research that the association is that being socioeconomically disadvantaged is what affects health,” she said. “Why things are socially patterned the way that they are is basically how it influences [people] and you have to dig deeper looking at association.”The success of first-generation minority students is dependent on available resources, she said.“I think it’s important to point out first-generation students do require more resources at least at the university level just because statistically speaking first-generation students are more likely to be poor compared to [other students] on the campus,” Pérez said. “[They] are also more likely to not have been adequately prepared for college.”She was motivated to pursue this research by her own role as a first-generation student and as a daughter of Puerto Rican and Honduran immigrants.“[I wanted to get] more of that sense, more of that hyper-awareness of how identity really affects health,” Pérez said. Pérez first began exploring her interest in minority groups and health as an undergraduate at UCLA, where she took classes in Chicano studies and health disparities. It was further developed after she took interest in sociology of health and medicine.“I started to see there are these really vast differences in health outcomes,” Pérez said. “I became very interested and concerned because if we’re not in our optimal health how are we supposed to do anything? If you’re sick you can’t work; if you’re sick you can’t help take care of other people; if you’re sick you can’t take time for yourself to develop or find your life purpose.”Pérez’s research is primarily quantitative. She takes secondary data sets from sources like the University of Michigan Health and Retirement Study and the National Center for Health Statistics’ National Health Interview Survey and analyzes them using computer programs such as Stata or Mplus. Usually, she formulates her research questions on variables she is interested in and the story she is trying to tell.“We can make inferences about the population at large,” Pérez said. “We can uncover patterns of what’s going on in our nation’s societies. [I fell in love with] understanding how we can take larger communities of people and understand what is going on at a national level and understand how macro- and micro-level influences are working simultaneously to produce these health differentials that we observe.”Editor’s note: This article has been updated for clarity.
UPDATED: Sept. 17, 2018 at 5:21 p.m.Syracuse head coach Dino Babers said that starting quarterback Eric Dungey is “OK” after exiting Saturday’s game against Florida State late in the second quarter.Dungey left the 30-7 win over FSU with what Babers described as “blurred vision.” On Dungey’s last play of the game, he was hit in the head after the whistle, and the play resulted in a Seminoles’ personal foul. After the game Babers suggested Dungey’s eye could’ve been struck with a thumb or finger, adding that “things happen in piles.” Comments Published on September 17, 2018 at 2:13 pm Contact Josh: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Schafer_44 Facebook Twitter Google+ Babers on second-year UConn head coach Randy Edsall: “He ripped everything apart. They’re playing a lot of young people and when you do that you may not be successful early but in two years you’re going to be really successful.” Other notes from the press conference: Babers said Monday he has “no concerns” over the hit to the head on Dungey’s final play of the game.“His eye is fine, he was up there watching tape a little while ago with me,” Baber said. “He’s OK and his shoulder is just an owie.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDungey has been nursing what he described as a “cut” on his shoulder since week one against Western Michigan. When asked if Dungey will play against UConn on Sunday, Babers said, “football players play through owies.”At Babers’ weekly Monday morning press conference he also discussed the most notable change to the depth chart headed into week four: Co-starters at running back. For the first three weeks senior running back Dontae Strickland was listed as the starter with junior Moe Neal as the backup.“Those backs are rotating because they’ve got to work through it,” Babers said. “It’s hard to go the whole game with just one guy playing.”Through three games, Neal has carried the ball 57 times for 230 yards and two touchdowns. Strickland has rushed for 109 yards on 33 carries while tallying five touchdowns.Freshman running back Jarveon Howard has also gained touches in recent weeks, including a 45-yard scamper against FSU.“I really don’t like rotating people, I really don’t,” Babers said. “I think if you’re a starter and you have the opportunity to play every snap then go ahead and play as many snaps as you can. When you get tired you owe it to the family to come out.” CORRECTION: In a previous version of this article, Dontae Strickland was misnamed. The Daily Orange regrets this error. Normally a fan of heat in the Carrier Dome because of its home field advantage, Babers said “You guys are going to get air conditioning. I think it’s going to be nice and cool in there. I’ll probably go in there and shed some tears…I love the Dome the way it is.”
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