UWF Volleyball Splits Tune Up Matches with Spring Hill and Mobile, now 30-5 on the season Share Nov. 7, 2007 Box Score MOBILE, Ala. – The West Florida Volleyball team defeated Spring Hill College 30-14, 31-29, 30-18, and then fell to the University of Mobile 30-23, 20-30, 28-30, 32-30, 13-15. The two matches were played back to back on Monday night at the Outlaw Center on the Spring Hill College campus in Mobile, Alabama. The Argonauts are 30-5 on the season, and have now tuned up for the Gulf South Conference tournament that begins on Friday in Searcy, Arkansas.The University of Mobile moved to 30-4 on the season with their win over the Argos in a five set thrilling match. The Argos lead 12-10 in the deciding game, but Mobile scored five of the last six points to pull out the win. Meanwhile, Spring Hill dropped to 16-16 on the season with their third loss this year to West Florida.Seniors Isabela Gualberto and Danielle Spitzer both hit above .400 in the win over Spring Hill. The two were very efficient, making the most of their attack opportunities. Meanwhile, Junior Luciana Rapach led the team with 10 kills. Junior Setter Madeline Gonzalez dished out 36 assists and added nine digs to help set up the middle and outside hitters. Junior Libero Jerica Carter led the defense with 14 digs, while Spitzer was responsible for 10 blocks. Spitzer’s block total was a team best for this season.In the Mobile match, Kimberly Clark put down 18 kills, seven blocks, and recorded 19 digs; however, Whitney Knight of Mobile had the best night with 20 kills and an attack percentage of .370, along with 13 digs. Mobile out hit the Argos by a .247 to .162 margin, and squeezed out the victory in a tough five game match. Rapach and Gualberto added 18 and 17 kills respectively, while Gonzalez recorded 55 assists.West Florida travels to Searcy, Arkansas this week for the Gulf South Conference tournament. The Argonauts play at 2:30 Friday against Ouachita Baptist. If they win that match, they will play either Henderson State or West Alabama in the Semifinal match at noon on Saturday. The final is scheduled for 7:00 pm Saturday night. All UWF matches will be broadcast on stretch internet. Go to the UWF Athletics home page and look for the stretch internet link on the right tool bar. Print Friendly Version
Indianapolis, In. — More than 3,000 babies born in Indiana in February will be decked out in reds hats courtesy of the American Heart Association’s “Little Hats, Big Hearts” program.American Heart Association staff will deliver the tiny hats to more than 30 hospitals across the state beginning this week. The hats were lovingly hand made by more than 200 volunteers.February is American Heart Month, and the week of Feb. 7-14 is Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week. Heart disease remains the No. 1 cause of death in the United States and in Indiana, and congenital heart defects (CHDs) are the leading birth defect in newborns. Approximately 1 of every 110 babies is born with a CHD, and 25 percent of those require invasive surgery within the first year.The Little Hats, Big Hearts program raises awareness about both while offering new parents information about living a heart-healthy life.Participating hospitals include:Community Hospital East IndianapolisCommunity Hospital North IndianapolisCommunity Hospital South IndianapolisCommunity Hospital Anderson AndersonCommunity Hospital MunsterCommunity Howard Regional Health KokomoElkhart General Hospital ElkhartEskenazi Health IndianapolisFranciscan Health Crown Point Crown PointFranciscan Health Hammond HammondFranciscan Health Indianapolis IndianapolisFranciscan Health Michigan City Michigan CityFranciscan St. Elizabeth Health LafayetteGood Samaritan Hospital VincennesGoshen Health System GoshenHendricks Regional Health DanvilleHighpoint Health LawrenceburgIU Health Arnett Hospital LafayetteIU Health West AvonMajor Hospital ShelbyvilleMemorial Hospital of South Bend South BendMethodist Hospitals Merrillville / GaryParkview Health Fort WayneParkview Huntington Hospital HuntingtonParkview LaGrange Hospital LaGrangeParkview Noble Hospital KendallvilleParkview Whitley Hospital Columbia CityPorter Regional Hospital ChestertonSaint Joseph Health System MishawakaSt. Catherine Hospital East ChicagoSt. Mary Medical Center HobartSt.Vincent Kokomo KokomoUnion Hospital Terre HauteWitham Hospital LebanonThis is the fifth year the American Heart Association has delivered red hats for newborns in February. More than 16,000 babies have received the hats. Volunteers interested in donating materials or knitting or crocheting hats for next year, or hospitals that would like to participate in the program, should call the American Heart Association at (317) 732-4700.
Batesville, In. — The Batesville Memorial Public Library holds “Remember When…Storytime” on the fourth Wednesday of each month beginning February 27.The event is led by Jerry Bennett and Larry Hagen and is an opportunity to listen to, or tell a true story from your life.
The Indiana High School Athletic Association announced today the new classifications for IHSAA member schools in four fall team sports for the next two school years. Please note the classifications for boys basketball and girls basketball will be released in late March and baseball and softball later this summer following those tournaments.The enrollment figures, the total of boys and girls in grades 9‐12, were submitted by the schools to the Indiana Department of Education last fall and are used to determine the classifications in the sports of baseball, boys and girls basketball, football, boys and girls soccer, softball and volleyball.volleyball 19-20Girls Soccer 19-20boys soccer 19-20football schools 19-20Four schools that have joined the IHSAA membership in the last two years are not yet eligible to compete in IHSAA tournaments and are not included in the listing of schools. Trinity School at Greenlawn will be eligible in 2021‐22, while Dugger Union, Evansville Christian and Illiana Christian will be eligible beginning in 2022‐23. Two additional schools ‐ Indianapolis Lighthouse Charter‐East and Lighthouse Christian Academy of Bloomington ‐ will become eligible two years from now in 2020‐21.Also, per IHSAA By‐Law, C‐2‐3c, any school has the option to play up one or more classes in any sport they choose for the two‐year classification period by notifying the Association Office.Tournament Success Factor points will be accumulated in boys basketball later this month and in baseball and softball in June at the conclusion of those respective state tournaments.Sectional groupings for each sport (except for softball and baseball) will be announced in early May following approval of the IHSAA Executive Committee. Softball and baseball sectional groupings will be released in August following the committee’s first meeting of the new school year.
North Decatur High School Girls Varsity Golf finishes 3rd place at Morristown Jr-Sr High School. Heritage Christian was 1st followed by the host Yellow Jackets.The Girls varsity golf team played at Rivers Edge Golf Course in Shelbyville Tuesday evening against Morristown and Heritage Christian JV. With only 3 players for the team we were unable to post a true team score. ND Scoring. Sidney Parmer: 40 – individual medalist; Katy Kinker: 55; Laronda Schwartz: 69Courtesy of Chargers Coach Madeline Childress.
The JCD Eagles traveled to Versailles on Monday (9-16) to play the South Ripley Raiders in Jr. High Soccer winning 7-1.Scoring for the Eagles: Caleb White 5 goals, 1 assist, 9 shots; Carson Hughes 1 goal, 4 shots; Brady Comer 1 goal 5 shots; Warren Boor 4 shots; Berkley Williams 2 shots; Jonathan Norman 2 shots; Sam Simon 2 stops; Sam Schwering 4 stops; Clark Dwenger 3 stops; Ben Schoettmer 5 saves. With 6 games in the season left Caleb White has passed the previous single-season record (23) of goals made with currently 24.Courtesy of Eagles Coach Larry Hammond.
EC AquaTrojans are undefeated after hosting the Milan Indians on Thursday night for Teacher Appreciation Night. EC Girls won 121-52, EC Boys won 129-51. Special Congratulations to Junior John Crawley for breaking the school record in the boys 1-meter diving (6 dive record). Individual Winners include Ray Krider 200 Free; Matthew Badinghaus 200 IM, 100 Fly; Mackenzie Schantz 50 Free; Jackson Ketcham 50 Free, 500 Free; Aly Bailey 1 meter diving; John Crawley 1 meter diving ***NEW SCHOOL RECORD***; Kyra Hall 100 Free, 100 Breast; Nick Weber 100 Free, 100 Back; and Tara Hall 500 Free. EC won all 6 relays. On Saturday, December 14, East Central hosts its annual Relay Invitational. Come out and support the AquaTrojans!!!Courtesy of AquaTrojans Coach Brandon Loveless.
Image from PixabayStatewide— Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags statewide to be flown at half-staff on Peace Officers Memorial Day, from sunrise to sunset on Friday, May 15.Gov. Holcomb also asks businesses and residents across the state to lower their flags to half-staff on Friday to commemorate Peace Officers Memorial Day.
Lawrenceburg, IN— There is a milk give away today at the Dearborn County Fairgrounds until 6 pm or the milk is gone.Purdue Extension Officers will be giving out more than 4,300 gallons thanks to a continuing partnership between Prairie Farms, Purdue Extension, and Dearborn County Farm Bureau.
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