In their first round matchup of the SEI Tournament, the Batesville Middle School 7th grade boys basketball team suffered a tough loss to Sunman Dearborn Middle School for the second time this season. The final score was 49 to 36 in favor of the Trojans.Through it all, the Bulldogs played very hard and never gave up the entire game. Whenever the Trojans seemed to be pulling away, Batesville was able to answer with a run of their own. But in the end, Sunman Dearborn was too much for the Bulldogs.The 7th graders were led in the game by Mason Barker with 9 points, RJ Powell and Jaden Peetz with 8 points, Ethan Brewer with 6 points and Calvin Sherwood with 5 points. With the loss, the Bulldogs fell to 6-9 on the season and were eliminated from the SEI Tournament.However, Batesville still has one game remaining on the schedule. The Bulldogs will take on Greensburg on Monday, January 25. This game was supposed to be played on January 11th but was postponed due to the weather.Score By Quarter: Batesville: 1st-6, 2nd-12, 3rd-8, 4th-10, Total-36Sunman Dearborn: 1st-13, 2nd-16, 3rd-9, 4th-11, Total-49Shooting Stats: Mason Barker- 2FG-1, 3FG-1, FT-4 for 4, Total-9; Pros Moorman- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total-0; Calvin Sherwood- 2FG-2, 3FG-0, FT-1 for 2, Total-5; RJ Powell- 2FG-4, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 2, Total-8; Ethan Brewer- 2FG-3, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total-6; Damon Grieshop- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total-0;Trey Peters- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total-0; Matthew Meyer- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total-0; Jaden Peetz- 2FG-1, 3FG-2, FT-0 for 0, Total-8; Nathan Villani- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total-0; Bristol Davies- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total-0; Austin Cornn- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total-0; and Alex Siefert- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total-0.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Luke Williams.The Trojans 8th Graders won 42-30.Score by quarters: 1st Bville 7, SD 15; 2nd Bville 15, SD 18; 3rd Bville 22, SD 32; Final Bville 30, SD 42.Individual Scoring for Batesville. Seth Gausman 9 pts; Colt Meyer 11 pts; Bill Lynam 4 pts; and Dempsy Bohman 6 pts.“The boys played their hearts out and left it all on the floor. The game was a lot more physical than I would have liked, which gave the advantage to Sunman Dearborn’s bigger line-up. We were able to take the lead midway through the 3rd quarter, but a Sunman Dearborn run proved to be too much for us to overcome.” Bulldogs Coach Chris Bradford.
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Dorothy Jean (Amrhein) Boyle, of Newberry, FL, and formerly of Brookville, IN, was born on March 6, 1928 in Brookville, a daughter to Clarence and Anetia (Kuehn) Amrhein.Dorothy grew up on her parents’ farm in Brookville, along with her six siblings. She learned housekeeping skills and worked on the farm, milking cows and harvesting produce and crops. As a young adult, she worked at Rex Manufacturing Company in Connersville, IN, and at the Jay Garment Company in Brookville, where she sewed clothes.Dorothy first encountered her future husband, Marvin Boyle, at Brookville High School. They were married on February 5, 1951, in Biloxi, MS, where Marvin was stationed in the Air Force. In 1959, they moved to Bradenton, FL, due to a job opportunity for Marvin. Dorothy was a homemaker there and also a waitress at a local diner. Upon Marvin’s retirement from the Merchant Marine, they moved to Live Oak, FL, where she assisted with managing a 64 acre farm on which they raised quarter horses for racing and rodeo. Eventually, needing to downsize, they moved to Newberry, FL, in 2016, with their youngest daughter, Arlene, and her family.Over the years, Dorothy enjoyed country music, embroidery, sewing, bingo, playing cards, and enjoying family and friends. She loved traveling to various places around the country and world, and visited every place (except Korea) where her oldest daughter, April, was stationed in the Army. Dorothy also traveled with her youngest daughter, Arlene and granddaughter, Kayla to barrel races and rodeos around the country. She loved the many times that she took her daughters back to Brookville to visit family. Dorothy was a life-long Catholic, and very dedicated to her faith.On Thursday, April 30, at the age of 92, Dorothy passed on at Ayers Health and Rehab Center in Trenton, FL, with her daughters at her side.Those surviving who will cherish her memory include two daughters, Arlene (Larry) Price of Newberry, FL, and April Boyle (Elizabeth Feeser) of Harrison, OH, one granddaughter, Kayla J. Price of Newberry, FL, one sister, Don Lou (Harold) Back, one brother, Ray (Evelyn) Amrhein, and 19 nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband of 67 years, Marvin Boyle, her parents, and sisters Ruth Kirschner, Norma Knecht, Rita Riehle, and Betty Glaub.A private rosary and service will be held at the funeral home Friday for immediate family and graveside services will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery at 2:30.Any memorial contributions can be directed to the Shrine of St Jude in Chicago, or to St Jude Children’s Research Hospital at www.shrineofstjude.org and www.stjude.org respectively. To sign the online guestbook, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. A Mass and dinner will be scheduled at a later date due to COVID-19 restrictions.
With the start of Hurricane Season 2019 just one month away, the National Hurricane Center in Miami is watching trough of low pressure near the northwestern Bahamas for possible development.The system is producing disorganized shower and thunderstorm activity. Little development is expected during the next couple of days as the system moves generally northwestward toward the Florida Peninsula.Subsequently, some slow development is possible as the disturbance turns northeastward and moves over the western Atlantic.Regardless of development, locally heavy rains are possible over portions of the Bahamas and the Florida Peninsula during the next couple of days, just in time for the start of SunFest. The weather should clear up for the rest of weekend according to local meteorologists.If the system develops into a named storm, it will be called “Andrea.”
Congressman Brian Mast joins Jen and Bill on the South Florida Morning Show to talk about being evicted from his office at the West Palm Beach VA hospital.Read his press release below.To Avoid Accountability, VA Evicts Veteran Congressman From Their FacilityOffice Has Met With More Than 500 Veterans At The West Palm Beach VA | Mast Opened First-Ever Congressional Office Inside VA FacilityWASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Brian Mast (FL-18) today slammed the Department of Veterans Affairs for evicting him and five other Members of Congress from offices they opened inside Department of Veterans Affairs facilities. Rep. Mast opened the first-ever Congressional office inside a VA facility in 2017, and the office has met with more than 500 veterans at the West Palm Beach VA since then. The office provides services to veterans, such as helping them with disability claims and benefits appeals. Unless the Department of Veterans Affairs reverses their decision, the office will be forced to close by the end of the year.“No other federal agency has been so plagued by crisis after crisis as the VA has, and apparently they will go to no end to avoid accountability,” Rep. Mast said. “Our space in the West Palm Beach VA is the size of a storage closet, but that hasn’t stopped us from meeting with and helping hundreds of veterans. The bottom line is that shutting down this office hurts veterans, who often don’t have the mobility to get to another Congressional office. Today the Department of Veterans Affairs chose to prioritize avoiding transparency and accountability over the veterans they are tasked with caring for.”Rep. Mast is urging the Department of Veterans Affairs to reverse their decision, which will impact the Congressional office at the West Palm Beach VA (staffed by Rep. Mast, along with Representatives Hastings [FL-20], Deutch [FL-22] and Frankel [FL-21]) and the Congressional office at the Orlando VA Medical Center (staffed by Representatives Soto [FL-9] and Murphy [FL-7]).Rep. Mast has also authored a bill, called the Improving Veterans Access To Congressional Services Act, to mandate the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide this space to Members of Congress so that they can assist veterans when and where they need the help. Rep. Mast testified about his bill earlier this week before the Veterans Affairs Committee, and he has also been a fierce advocate for greater accountability following several avoidable tragedies this year at the West Palm Beach VA.ABOUT BRIAN MASTCongressman Brian Mast is in his second term representing the 18th Congressional District of Florida. Prior to his election to Congress, Brian followed in his father’s footsteps by serving in the U.S. Army for more than 12 years, earning medals including The Bronze Star Medal, The Army Commendation Medal for Valor, The Purple Heart Medal, and The Defense Meritorious Service Medal. While deployed in Afghanistan, he worked as a bomb disposal expert under the elite Joint Special Operations Command. The last improvised explosive device that he found resulted in catastrophic injuries, which included the loss of both of his legs.While lying in bed recovering at Walter Reed Medical Center, Brian’s father gave him advice that has stuck with him to this day—to ensure the greatest service he gave to our country and the best example he set for his children was still ahead of him. Brian took this advice to heart and dedicated himself to finding new ways to serve our country and his community. As a Member of Congress, he opened the first-ever Congressional office inside a VA facility at the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center so that he could help serve his fellow veterans when and where they need help.
Springfest 2017 was canceled Saturday night after crowds exceeded maximum capacity, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. Department of Public Safety officers arrived on scene soon after the show’s cancellation to form a skirmish line.There were no life-threatening injuries, but at least one person was transported to the hospital, according to an LAFD statement.Hip-hop group Migos had begun performing their second song of the night, after their set had already been delayed for more than 30 minutes. One of the members of Migos’ team urged crowd members to step back and stop pushing one another and to leave the crowd area if they were in need of medical attention.Rae Sremmurd, the headliner of the event, did not take the stage due to the event’s cancellation.USC Concerts Committee explained the decision in the Springfest 2017 Facebook event page.“The decision to end Springfest early stemmed from a unanimous decision to keep students’ safety as our top priority,” it wrote. “While we are disappointed the event ended early, there was no other option. Thanks to everyone that came through; we appreciate your patience.”Students left on their own and were escorted by security personnel, according to the Department of Public Safety.Trevor Sochocki | Daily TrojanGrecia Vega, a sophomore majoring in accounting, said she was in the front of the crowd when people began to lose consciousness.“People just started passing out in my friend’s arms and suffocating,” Vega said. “We were trying to get people’s attention — no one was paying attention.”Vega said she had arrived early to beat the crowd, but once the concert started she said she felt unsafe.“It was super scary,” Vega said. “I thought people were going to stampede and that someone was going to die. A concert is not worth that.”Trevor Nielsen, a junior majoring in electrical engineering, was part of the crowd during Migos’ set and witnessed the concert shutting down. He said that ultimately the show’s cancellation was due to poor planning that could have amounted to audience members getting hurt.“Concerts Committee didn’t anticipate how large the crowd would be for Rae Sremmurd and Migos on the same night,” Nielsen said. “Honestly, the University made the right call shutting it down.”This post has been updated to include statements from DPS, LAFD and USC Concerts Committee.Allen Pham and Trevor Sochocki contributed to this report.Correction: A previous version of this article stated that the DPS riot squad was on the scene. There were no DPS or Los Angeles Police Department riot squads. DPS and LAPD officers were present in helmets and prepared to form a skirmish line. The Daily Trojan regrets the error.
“I’m honoured to be chosen, proud to represent the U.S., and humbled by the significance of carrying the flag and all it stands for,” Phelps said. “For Sydney, I just wanted to make the team. For Athens, I wanted to win gold for my country. For Beijing, I wanted to do something nobody else had done. In London, I wanted to make history. And now, I want to walk in the Opening Ceremony, take it all in, represent America in the best possible way and make my family proud. This time around, it’s about so much more than medals.”Making his Olympic debut at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Phelps became the youngest male Olympian since 1932, and his eight gold medals from the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games is an Olympic record.Phelps is only the second swimmer to lead the U.S. delegation into the Opening Ceremony and the fifth swimmer to serve as flag bearer for Team USA at the Olympic Games. Four-time Olympic medalist Gary Hall previously carried the flag into the Opening Ceremony of the 1976 Olympic Games in Montréal.Similarly, Wimbledon champion, Andy Murray, has been named as the Team GB flag-bearer.Murray, who was nominated for the prestigious role by his individual sport, was then selected by the British Olympic Association hierarchy from a list of all the others put forward.Female reigning Olympic champion boxer Nicola Adams , who would have been the first black sports star to carry the GB flag at a summer Games opening ceremony, had been strongly tipped for the role earlier in the week having been nominated by British Boxing.Murray was unveiled as the flag-bearer at the official reception for the GB team at British House last night where he is made a speech to help inspire the British medal chase.The Wimbledon champion will be the first tennis player to carry the flag for Britain at an opening ceremony.Murray said: ‘I am very proud to be selected as the Team GB Flagbearer for the Opening Ceremony on Friday. To represent your country at the Games is an unbelievable experience, but to lead out Team GB will be an incredible honour, the biggest in sport.‘I hope to do the team proud on Friday and wish all of the British athletes the best of luck for the Games ahead.’The Opening Ceremony will begin at midnight (8pm local time) on Friday at the 78,050 capacity Maracana, officially marking the start of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. It is the first time the Olympic Games is to be held in South America.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, was selected as Team USA’s flag bearer for the Opening Ceremony of the 2016 Olympic Games, the United States Olympic Committee announced wednesday.Phelps, who is the first American male swimmer to qualify for a fifth Olympic Games, was chosen by a vote of fellow Team USA members.Phelps made history at the Beijing Games in 2008 when he won gold medals in eight events and added to his legacy in 2012 when he became the most decorated Olympian of all time with 22 career medals, including 18 golds. Set to compete in three individual events in Rio, Phelps, will look to add to his historic Olympic medal haul in 2016.
MIRAMAR, FL – The Miramar Police department will become the 103rd police department in Florida to equip its officers with body cameras. The move announcement comes six months after Commissioner Alexandra P. Davis made the motion to implement the program in the department.On March 27, 2019, Davis posed the implementation of a body-worn camera program for the Miramar Police Department. The motioned was seconded and a majority vote led to the long-awaited body camera program becoming law in the City of Miramar. The body camera program was first proposed by Commissioner Alexandra P. Davis back in 2014, with petitions being signed subsequent to this, but though a study was conducted the program never came to fruition.Days later, a pilot program was established that began with twelve officers to develop operational processes and policy for a full camera program.Last month, a workshop was convened with the Commission to present the proposal of a full program for consideration and approval. The proposal consisted of outfitting 147 first-line officers and sergeants with body-worn cameras for a five-year period with a cost of $2,501,746.52, with none of the initial funds coming out of taxpayer dollars but from the Police Trust Fund.The Commission approved the proposed program and funding sources for the five-year period. The Department has already procured the camera equipment and infrastructure items.“I am happy that our City has joined the other cities around the country in the utilization of body camera technology. This technology will further assist in providing transparency in our law enforcement efforts within our community,” said Vice Mayor, Alexander P. Davis.“Just recently during the pilot phase of the program, we were able to see the value of the body-worn camera by one of our officers. A situation that could have been made much worse had it not been for the quick actions of our officer and the fact that he was wearing the camera. In this instance, there was no loss of life and the suspect was identified and apprehended,” Vice Mayor goes on to say.The City Administration feels it is a win-win for the Department and the residents of the City.Chief Dexter Williams stated that he will be making a Public Service Announcement video regarding the implementation of body-worn cameras by officers, with the full implementation expected to be completed and underway by the end of September 2019 . The video will be posted on the Department’s website and will be pushed out through the Department’s social media platforms. Community Resource Officers will discuss the implementation of the program at HOA meetings over the course of the next few months.Additionally, Vice Mayor Alexandra P. Davis will be hosting a ‘CommUnity and Cops’ forum on October 22nd which will include discussions on many topics of Law Enforcement to include the use of body cameras.
PRECIOUS TIMEThe stringent measures do have one clear benefit, however: They buy time.Jamaica has been using its measured response to buy ventilators, protective gear and hospital beds, explained Health Minister Christopher Tufton.“Early in the day we decided it was better to take fairly strong measures – starting with public education, and then graduating into other restrictions in order to at least contain it, even while we prepare our public health system to deal with the inevitable,” he told the Miami Herald. IS IT WORKING?Now, while Jamaica has *30* coronavirus cases, neighboring Cuba has 80 and the Dominican Republic has at least 580, according to Pan American Health Organization, PAHO.While health professionals say such draconian, isolating measures are the only true safeguard against a novel virus, it’s still too soon to tell if the strategy is truly working. KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica has been noted by South Florida’s Miami Herald newspaper among countries that were most prepared to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.The island joins a small hemispheric club that includes Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Peru and a handful of others that responded to the crisis with forceful measures that seemed excessive just days ago but now seem prescient.Jamaica was one of the first countries in the Caribbean to react to coronavirus, after seeing its first case on March 10. The country barred flights from hotzones, restricted the movement of tourists, enforced quarantines for all new arrivals and canceled school, among other measures. It also put part of an entire town, Bull Bay, on lockdown.
Arsenal head coach Arsene Wenger has revealed that he would like to manage in the German Bundesliga if he does indeed opt to leave the north London club when his current contract expires this summer, according to reports in the Daily Mail.The experienced French trainer’s future at the Emirates is still in some doubt, with Wenger yet to have put pen to paper on the new deal that the club have put on the table for some time now.Wenger has always insisted though that he will keep his word and sign the new two-year contract shortly, with many expecting an announcement to be made on the matter just prior to the club’s FA Cup final against Hull City at Wembley Stadium later this month.However, if the 64-year-old does indeed opt to end his 18-year association with Arsenal at the end of the campaign, then Wenger could very well move to Germany to continue his illustrious coaching career.“If I was to go somewhere then I think it would be in a different country because I am so much Arsenal that I would not like to coach anywhere else in England,” Wenger recently said in an interview with BeIN Sports.