24 Sep
2020

2017 Decatur County 4-H Fair Dairy results

first_imgJunior Class – Holstein Junior Calf:1st – Kenzie Krieger2nd – Elizabeth NobbeMilking Shorthorn Junior Calf:1st – Austin CrosbyHolstein Fall Senior Calf:1st – Kenzie Krieger2nd – Wade Schutte3rd – Ella KunzJersey Summer Jr. Yearling:1st – Kenzie KriegerHolstein Summer Jr. Yearling:1st – Ryan CrosbyJersey Junior Yearling:1st – Kenzie KriegerHolstein Junior Yearling:1st – Elizabeth NobbeHolstein Intermediate Yearling:1st – Kenzie Krieger2nd – Stephanie Nobbe3rd – Zoe Meer4th – Briar Meer OVERALL GRAND CHAMPION – Kenzie Krieger – Jersey 3-year Old CowOVERALL RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – Nathan Nobbe – Holstein 5-year & Older Cow Page 2 – Dairy Results Holstein Junior 2-year Old Cow:1st – Austin Crosby2nd – Nick Nobbe SHOWMANSHIP JUNIOR CHAMPION – Kenzie Krieger – Holstein Intermediate YearlingJUNIOR RESERVE CHAMPION – Ryan Crosby – Holstein Summer Jr. Yearling Holstein 3-year Old Cow:1st – Nick Nobbe JUNIOR CLASS Greensburg, In. — 2017 Decatur County 4-h Fair Dairy results. 2017 4-H DAIRY SHOW RESULTS Holstein 2-year Old Cow:1st – Kenzie Krieger2nd – Nathan Nobbecenter_img Beginner Showmanship:1st – Ella Kunz2nd – Wade SchutteIntermediate Showmanship:1st – Ella Kunz (moved up from Beginner)Senior Showmanship:1st – Ryan Crosby2nd – Cole FuelExpert Showmanship:1st – Austin Crosby2nd – Kenzie Krieger Holstein 5-year & Older Cow1st – Nathan Nobbe Holstein 4-year Old Cow:1st – Stephanie Nobbe Jersey 3-year Old Cow:1st – Kenzie Krieger SENIOR CHAMPION – Kenzie Krieger  – Jersey 3-year Old CowRESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION – Nathan Nobbe – Holstein 5-year & Older Cow Milking Shorthorn 2-year Old Cow:1st – Ryan Crosby SENIOR CLASS *10-Year Member – Nathan Nobbelast_img read more

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20 Sep
2020

Song hopes West Ham hit right notes

first_img Despite Arsenal’s formidable run of seven consecutive home victories in the Premier League, Song – who played for the Gunners between 2005 and 2012, before joining Barcelona – believes the Irons can repeat Monaco’s performance after the unfancied French side stunned the Emirates Stadium with a 3-1 Champions League victory last month. “I know this stadium very well and I know when you play with Arsenal it’s very hard, but I think Monaco is how you want to play when you play in the Emirates,” Song told the West Ham website, www.whufc.com. “The best thing to do is to try to be together, defend together very well and when you have the opportunity to go on the counter attack, you have to do it very well like Monaco did it. “If you want to go to Emirates and try to play you will not have any chance to win the game there because this stadium is very hard to play in. “You have to stay together very compact and not give them any room, then take the opportunity on the counter attack. “If we do this very well like Monaco did, then we can get a good result there.” Song, the 27-year-old on loan from Barcelona until the end of the season, feels the Irons can raise their game against Arsenal. “We have shown a lot of things this season as a team, especially when we play against teams at the highest level like Manchester City and Liverpool or Tottenham. We’ve done very well and we need to continue to improve in this way,” said Song, who stayed in London to work on his fitness while the rest of the squad were away at a warm-weather camp in Dubai. Midfielder Alex Song believes West Ham can follow Monaco’s example and keep his former club Arsenal subdued at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. “We can play better and hopefully this game on Saturday will be a very good test for us. “It has been a long time since we won a game in the league, so we must try to come back and try to win or get one point there. “Everything is possible in football and we just need to keep believing and trying hard on the pitch.” Song maintains there can be no room for sentiment against his former club. “They are one part of my life and, because I went there when I was 17, I always say it is my family,” the former Cameroon international said. “I know this is a special game for me, but that is football and I have to take all the emotion out and just try to play my game, to play the best football I can to help the team to win.” The Hammers head across London looking to kickstart their Barclays Premier League campaign, having plummeted down to 10th place after no wins in the last six and back-to-back defeats. Arsenal, meanwhile, have surged back into the top four and are into the FA Cup semi-finals after beating Manchester United at Old Trafford on Monday night. Press Associationlast_img read more

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16 Sep
2020

Syracuse completes season sweep of Boston College in 5 sets

first_img Published on November 24, 2019 at 11:47 pm Contact Nick: nleconom@syr.edu After losing to both Louisville and Notre Dame on the road last weekend, Syracuse rebounded with a come-from-behind, five-set win over Boston College on Sunday afternoon. This is Syracuse’s second victory against the Golden Eagles this season, with the Orange winning in Chestnut Hill on Nov. 6 in five sets. Sophomore outside hitter Polina Shemanova led Syracuse with a game high 24 kills and 11 digs. In the first set, the Orange (11-13, 8-9 Atlantic Coast) jumped out to a 20-18 lead over Boston College (19-11, 10-7) with strong play from sophomore setter Elena Karakasi. The first-year starter was key in providing Shemanova and fellow outside hitter Ella Saada easy opportunities for kills. Syracuse kept scoring runs alive by capitalizing off Boston College attacking errors. But back-to-back kills from Golden Eagle outside hitters Cat Balido and Carly Kutschke tied the set at 20. Then, a slew of errors from Syracuse gave Boston College a set point, and the Golden Eagles took the set, 25-23 on a hiy from Karakasi that was blocked by Amaka Chukwujekwu.The Orange dominated Boston College for the early part of the second set. Solid play from junior middle blocker Dana Gardner forced Boston College into multiple attacking errors, as Syracuse secured a 20-14 lead with a kill from Saada. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textErrors from Shemanova and Saada, combined with consecutive kills from outside hitter Clare Naughton, cut Syracuse’s lead to 20-18. But Syracuse would hang on and win the set with three straight points, ending the set with a block from Gardner. The third set was defined by inconsistent play from both sides. Boston College opened the set strong, as stellar play from Naughton and Syracuse attacking errors led to nine unanswered points for the Golden Eagles, making the score 12-7. With the score of 14-8, two kills from Saada and four BC attacking errors drew the score level at 14. Boston College would find steady play toward the end of the set, as a kill from Jill Strockis won the set for Boston College, 25-21. The fourth set, though, was dominated by the Orange. Syracuse pushed the score to 24-12 behind Gardner and junior Yuliia Yastrub’s net play. SU won the set with a kill from Shemanova, forcing a fifth. Syracuse took the momentum gained from its fourth set performance into the decisive fifth. With the score tied at six, three kills from Shemanova sparked six straight points for the Orange. Later in the set, she forced match-point with her 24th kill. Karakasi won the match for the Orange with a soft tap over the net.Syracuse concludes the regular season with a match against 11-win Clemson on Friday in the Women’s Building. The Orange won the first meeting in five sets, as Shemanova recorded 24 kills in the road win.     Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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