Batesville at Greensburg Middle School Track results from Thursday, April 28th.Girls Results: Greensburg 71 Batesville 31Batesville Results: Discus-3 Katie Bedel (55’); High Jump-2 Katie Bedel (4’); 100M Hurdles-2 Sydnee Schaeffer (20.6); 100M-2 Chloe Schroeder (14.1) Lily Meyer (14.2); 200M-2Lily Meyer (30.4) 3 Chloe Schroeder (30.5); 400M-2 Chloe Schroeder (1:06) 3 Carley Pride (1:12); 800M-1 Liz Loichinger (2:41) 3 Katie Olsen (2:52); and 1600M-1 Liz Loichinger (5:57) 3 Lexi Huber (6:12).Boys Results: Greensburg 84 Batesville 21Batesville Results: Discus-3 Axel Garcia (84’); High Jump-2 Will Gunter (5’); 110M Hurdles-1 Juan Garcia (16.4); 100M-3 Charlie Laymon (12.0); 200M-2 Charlie Laymon (25.3); 400M-2 Eli Pierson (1:02); 800M-3 Ean Loichinger (2:30); and 1600M-2 James Kuisel (5:20) 3 Ean Loichinger (5:23).Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Derek Suits.
Clara (Asche) Felix, age 100, said her final goodbyes to family and friends on Sunday September 22, 2019. She was born on April 12, 1919 the daughter of the late Charles and Esther (Raney) Asche. Clara lived her entire life in the Delaware community, growing up there and attending school along with her brothers and sisters.Clara would meet Jack Felix, and they were married on April 25, 1942. They would continue to live in the same area and build their home on Old Delaware Road. Clara loved the home they had built; Jack and Clara watched their family grow up around them. Clara enjoyed nature from animals to flowers, was a gifted painter and always made the best apple pies. Jack and Clara enjoyed traveling and spending their time together, a favorite past time was going out to eat, sometimes including a drive to Michigan for lunch and then back home. Clara worked for nearly 25 years for the Jac-Cen-Del school corporation before retiring in 1981.She will be deeply missed by brother Floyd Asche, several nieces and nephews, along with numerous great nieces and nephews, she was preceded in death by husband Jack Felix, her parents, brothers; Clarence, Herschel, Carl, Gerald, Robert, Gene, and Leroy, and sisters Goldie and Sylvia.Visitation will be held on Thursday September 26, 2019 from 10am-12pm. followed by funeral services at 12 pm., all at Neal’s Funeral Home in Osgood. Memorials maybe given to Our Hospice of Jennings County or the Ripley County Humane Society in care of the funeral home.
The 23-year-old Tottenham midfielder is spending the season at the KC Stadium after a number of high-profile arrivals at Spurs shunted him down the pecking order. Livermore had already spent loan spells at Derby, Peterborough, Ipswich and Leeds before his first-team breakthrough at White Hart Lane and admits that he is enjoying being a key part of Hull’s plans. Press Association Manager Steve Bruce has already indicated he would be interested in a future deal and the player appears to be open to it as well. “I’m quite prepared for the question to be asked,” he said. “Of course, there’s no reason why I wouldn’t look at it. They’ve got all the groundwork to be a massive club and to go forward. “That’s what it feels like, it feels as if I need a home now in football. “I’m happy coming in each day and doing my business so we’ll wait and see in January or at the end of the season. “I’m prepared for anything in football. I’m enjoying my time here, I love the lads, the manager and the fans. “Everyone here is brilliant and I’m getting a run of games so it’s so far, so good.” Livermore has enjoyed his partnership with his former Tottenham team-mate Tom Huddlestone, who signed permanently for Hull in the summer. Jake Livermore is willing to talk to Hull City about making his loan move permanent after declaring he “needs a home”. The fact that both had to leave the club to achieve their goal of regular playing time is symptomatic of the struggles encountered by many young English players at Champions League-chasing clubs. New England winger Andros Townsend is making headway in Spurs’ star-studded squad but Livermore believes maintaining his place could be the hardest part. “It’s very difficult to stay at a big club. There are great big expectations from the club and the fans and the manager are under pressure,” he said. “It’s almost an easy option to bring a player in who’s fairly established rather than take a chance on a younger lad. “Tottenham have spent an awful lot of money in the past window but there’s a lot of talent in the country and at Tottenham and their two breaths of fresh air this season seem to be Andros and Harry Kane, who cost them nothing.”
Ghanaian born Arsenal midfielder, Emmanuel Frimpong is set to make his long awaited Black Stars debut later this month, Finder Sports can exclusively reveal.According to Finder Sports’ source, Frimpong will be one of very few faces called up by Kwesi Appiah for Ghana’s crucial 2014 World cup qualifier against Sudan at the Baba Yara sports stadium on March 24.The on-loan Arsenal midfielder has been on Ghana’s radar for a very long time following his declaration to play for his country of birth despite having already represented England at the junior levels.Frimpong was cleared to play for Ghana late last year but missed out on Ghana’s Africa Cup of Nations squad.The midfielder who is on a six-month loan at Fulham from Arsenal is hoping that his loan move to Craven Cottage will help him catch the eye of Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah and indeed he has earned himself a call up with some cameo yet impressive displays.“I want to play for Ghana and, hopefully, I can start doing that very soon,” Frimpong told the London Evening Standard in a recent interview. “That is my aim, to get into the squad. But for that to happen, I need to start playing regularly.”Frimpong added: “I spoke to the manager recently and he said I should just carry on playing my football and see what happens for the next game. That is next month so we will have to wait and see what he decides.”The best part of Frimpong’s call up is that if he gets to play on March 24, he would be playing in familiar territory. He was born in Kumasi before leaving for the United Kingdom at a very young age.