Eagles Battle Indians In Track

first_imgJCD traveled to Milan for a 2-way track meet.Women’s Team Score:  JCD 58  Milan 46Men’s Team Score : Milan 92  JCD 11JCD Women’s Results.100H – 1st Comes M – 20.15/2nd-Stenger J – 20.39 / 3rd- Soutween M-20.90100D- 1st Craig M 14.19 / 2nd Bowling J – 14.34 / 3rd – Purdy J – 15.481600- 1st Hunger J – 6:11.04/ 2nd Laname M – 6:11.94 / 3rd Bellingham J-6:22.50400 – 1st Brinken M- 1:01.19/ 2nd Wilhoit J – 1:16.9 / 3rd Craig M – 1:19.8800 – 1st Bellingham J -2:49 / 2nd Hunger J – 2:59 / 3rd Goble M – 3:24300H – 1st Bowling J – 55.72 / 2nd Comes M – 56.43 / 3rd Southerland M –1:24.5200D – 1st Craig M – 30.59 / 2nd Stenger J – 31.55 / 3rd Purdy J – 32.543200 – 1st Hunger J – 14:01 / 2nd Tush M – 14:31Shot – 1st R Newhart J – 32’9/ 2nd Haining M – 30’4/ 3rd E Newhart J – 27’3Discus – 1st R Newhart J 87’11/ 2nd Carroll J – 82’3 / 3rd Engel J – 79’104×800 – Milan 12:07 / JCD – 12:464×100 – Milan 58.5 / JCD – 58.74×400 – JCD 4:50 / Milan 5:04JCD Men’s Results.110H- 1st Volz M-19.93/ 2nd Bradley M-21.71100D- 1st Thompson M-12.35/ 2nd Comer J- 12.36/3rd -Meyer M 12.441600- 1st Rankin M – 5:25/ 2nd Summers M- 5:55/ 3rd Tielman M- 7:16400 – 1st Lewis M – 56.9 / 2nd Meyers M – 58.2 / 3rd Comer J – 59.3800 – 1st Burdett M – 2:16/ 2nd Bradley M – 2:39/ 3rd Simon J – 2:54300H – 1st Pindell M – 52.07/ 2nd Bradley M – 1:02.5200 – 1st Thompson M- 24.9/ 2nd Peetz J – 25.18/ 3rd Davies M- 26.33200 – 1st Rankin M – 11:48/ 2nd Wilkenson M – 13:57/ 3rd Tillman M – 15:46Shot – 1st Sykes M – 35’5/ 2nd Schmitt J – 33’11/ 3rd Byklor M – 33’5Discus- 1st Sykes M – 98’6/ 2nd Miles M – 89’/ 3rd Ison – 83′4×800 1st Milan 10:204×100 1st Milan 46.134×400 1st Milan / 2nd JCDCourtesy of Eagles Coach Larry Hammond.last_img read more

EPL: Newcastle face Saints test

first_imgRelatedPosts EPL: Newcastle set to extend winning streak EPL: Newcastle hammer West Ham away EPL: West Ham, Newcastle in cagey duel Newcastle vs. SouthamptonVenue: St James’ ParkKick off: 3PMTwo teams in good form will lock horns at St James’ Park this afternoon as Newcastle United welcome Southampton for what should be a fascinating encounter.Newcastle have won three of their last five in the Premier League to rise into 11th position in the table, while Southampton are out of the relegation zone following back-to-back victories.It would be fair to say that there was a lot of resistance from the Newcastle fans when Steve Bruce replaced Rafael Benitez as head coach, but things are starting to look up for the Magpies after a tough start to the season.Since drawing 1-1 at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers at the end of October, Newcastle have won three of their five Premier League matches, suffering just one defeat in the process.They held Manchester City to a 2-2 draw at St James’ Park last weekend before recording an impressive 2-0 win at Sheffield United on Thursday night.There was more than a hint of controversy about the team’s second of the night through Jonjo Shelvey, but Allan Saint-Maximin had already sent the visitors ahead.Bruce’s team are now in 11th position in the table with 19 points, the same number as Arsenal and Sheffield United.The Magpies are only four points off seventh-placed Wolves, meanwhile, which is an indication of just how quickly things can change at this level of football.A win for Newcastle this afternoon could actually move them as high as sixth depending on other results, and the Magpies are unbeaten against Southampton since April 2016, winning two of the last three Premier League matches between the two sides.There were calls for Ralph Hasenhuttl to be sacked as Southampton boss in the aftermath of the 9-0 home defeat to Leicester City at the end of October.The Saints stuck with their manager, though, and there is no question that things have started to turn for the team in recent weeks.The 2-1 home defeat to Everton on November 9 was another low point, but a 2-2 draw at Arsenal after the international break has been followed by back-to-back wins.Indeed, Hasenhuttl’s side have recorded successive 2-1 wins over Watford and Norwich City at St Mary’s to climb out of the relegation zone.The Saints are 17th heading into this weekend’s fixtures, one point clear of Everton, who took the decision to sack Marco Silva following Wednesday’s loss at Liverpool.Southampton will also believe that their next three are winnable when considering that they will face Newcastle, West Ham United and Aston Villa before travelling to Chelsea on Boxing Day.Danny Ings has been absolutely key to the team’s turnaround in recent weeks, with the striker managing four goals in his last four Premier League appearances, while the 27-year-old has 10 in 17 appearances in all competitions during the 2019-20 campaign. Newcastle United possible XI: Dubravka, Manquillo, Fernandez, Clark, Dummett, Willems, Almiron, Hayden, Shelvey, Saint-Maximin, Joelinton.Southampton possible XI: McCarthy, Cedric, Stephens, Bednarek, Bertrand, Djenepo, Ward-Prowse, Hojbjerg, Redmond, Ings, Long.Tags: Newcastle Unitedlast_img read more

Morgan and Finch’s men ready for blockbuster semi-final

first_imgCaption: England’s Eoin Morgan (left) and Australia’s Aaron Finch TOURNAMENT hosts England face off against Ashes rivals Australia in a blockbuster Cricket World Cup semi-final at Edgbaston today.Damaging losses to Sri Lanka and Australia left England fearing the worst for their last-four hopes, but an impressive response with wins over India and New Zealand booked their ticket to the knockout stages.Australia’s passage was far more serene, apart from a loss to India and an unexpected defeat to South Africa in their final group game, as the defending champions chase a sixth World Cup title.Just over two weeks ago, it was Australia celebrating at Lord’s as Jason Behrendorff and Mitchell Starc tore through England’s batting order to seal victory despite Ben Stokes’ valiant 89.But Edgbaston has not been a happy hunting ground for Australia, with their last win at the venue in any format coming in a 2001 Test match. England have won three straight ODIs against their opponents in Birmingham, too.History is not exactly on England’s side, though, with their last Cricket World Cup win against Australia coming back in 1992 when Ian Botham stole the show, taking 4-31 with the ball and contributing 53 with the bat.New Zealand, who defeated India in a rain-delayed semi-final at Old Trafford that spanned across two days, await in the final.TOURNAMENT SO FARA shock loss to Sri Lanka preceded England again falling short against Australia but the triumphs over India and New Zealand showed their mettle as they lived up to their billing as pre-tournament favourites.Australia missed out on top spot after losing to South Africa in their final group game but largely impressed during the group stages, Starc leading the wicket-taking list with 26.WHAT THEY SAIDEngland captain Eoin Morgan on the team’s return to form: “I think we’re probably more confident than we were three games ago. I think we are probably a different team that played four games ago and three games ago. I think the loss against Sri Lanka hurt us.It was an overhang into the Lord’s game and then when we came here we managed to produce something similar to the cricket we have been playing over the last four years and that was really encouraging.”Australia skipper Aaron Finch on his country’s World Cup record: “I think World Cups are very special, they bring out the best in the best players, so I think that’s why Australia have had a very rich history in World Cups. I mean, winning four of the last five, it’s been a great achievement.”OPTA FACTSEngland have won 10 of the last 12 ODIs between the countries, though one of their two defeats in that run came at Lord’s earlier in this tournament.Starc needs one more wicket to set a record for the most taken at a single World Cup – he sits level with Glenn McGrath’s tally of 26 from 2007.Steve Smith has only managed to record one half-century in his last 10 ODI innings against England, though that solitary 50 did come at Edgbaston (2017). He has been dismissed five times by Adil Rashid in the 50-over format.Australia have been involved in seven previous World Cup semi-finals and have progressed to the final every time.last_img read more