Nine U.S. representatives from eight states toured the U.S. Navy’s forward deployed aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) April 22 as part of a visit to naval ships, installations and tenant commands operating within Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan. Back to overview,Home naval-today Corpsmen Pay Visit to USS George Washington Authorities View post tag: Corpsmen View post tag: Navy Share this article View post tag: Naval April 24, 2014 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: George Corpsmen Pay Visit to USS George Washington U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor, along with representatives from Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Texas, South Dakota, Illinois, Hawaii and California, briefly toured the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier to receive a general orientation of the ship and its operations and meet with Sailors from their respective states.“It’s always one of the most gratifying experiences to come abroad and visit with Sailors,” said Cantor. “These young, bright Sailors are determined to stand up for America, and if it were not for our men and women in uniform, we couldn’t enjoy the kinds of freedom that we do at home.”Upon arrival, the Congressmen were welcomed by Sailors from their respective states standing by in the ship’s hangar bay awaiting a chance to talk with their representatives. “It’s a nice change of pace to meet someone who plays a vital role in military legislature back in the United States,” said Aviation Structural Mechanic Airman Kelsey Robbins. “It means a lot to see them the take time out of their schedule to visit us on our ship and show support for what we do.”After speaking with the Sailors, the distinguished visitors toured the hangar bay, flight deck and navigation bridge before departing the ship.George Washington and its embarked air wing, Carrier Air Wing 5, provide a combat-ready force that protects and defends the collective maritime interest of the U.S. and its allies and partners in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.[mappress]Press Release, April 24, 2014; Image: US Navy View post tag: USS View post tag: Visit View post tag: Washington View post tag: pay
×SETTLED — Hoboken settled the “Vape Van” issue. HOBOKEN — On Wednesday, May 17 the Hoboken City Council approved a settlement agreement with Joseph Ruggiero, owner of 9th Cloud Vape Van.The settlement states that Ruggiero will attend a minimum of 10 anger management / diversity training courses and will not operate his business before May 31, when his courses will be completed.Ruggiero and his business entered the spotlight recently after a video of Ruggiero went viral in which he is seen shouting at two individuals to “go home to your country” and calling them “Immis” (short for immigrants. )Officials condemned Ruggiero’s actions as hate speech and called for the council to revoke the vendor’s license to operate within city limits.The city also alleged that the Van owners had a history of parking violations.The settlement was approved in a 7-2 vote with councilman David Mello and council president Jen Giattino in dissent.Ruggiero’s attorney, James Lisa, said, “The reality is Mr Ruggiero voluntarily agreed to this… he wants the time to focus on his training…”Members of the council and public commented on the settlement.Councilman Michael DeFusco said “What I have an issue with beyond the fact that this gentleman’s speech was frightening, racist, and disturbing to say the least … but I hope this isn’t selective enforcement…because this is an election year.”The mayoral election is this November. Mayor Dawn Zimmer is up for re-election, and DeFusco may run against her.Councilman Ravi Bhalla, who is also up for reelection this year and is allied with Zimmer, said he finds this “reprehensible and patently offensive to accuse me of politicizing this issue.. you don’t know my track record…”Speaking of arguments, when Ruggiero was asked how he felt about the council’s vote, he said “No comment.”The video of him sparked debate on the internet. Many were angry at his epithets. But when the city threatened to revoke his license, some said it was a free speech issue.For more information pick up this weekend’s edition if the Hoboken Reporter or come to hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday. SETTLED — Hoboken settled the “Vape Van” issue.
By Dialogo December 30, 2014 To ensure performance of integrated circuits in military systems, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), working in concert with its Service partners, developed a “virtual lab” with an integrated computer-aided design, or CAD, and file-sharing environment to transfer the large volumes of data accumulated during microchip analysis and debugging. In addition to file sharing, a website constructed for the virtual lab is facilitating communication between government researchers and program performers from academia and industry. “Integrated circuits or microchips form the backbone of all military IT and electronics systems, and ensuring that these microchips are free from unauthorized tampering is essential to national security. Unfortunately, this task has become increasingly difficult as more microchips are designed and built around the world in commercial facilities,” said Kerry Bernstein, DARPA program manager. “Improving chip intrusion detection and assessment speed across the investigative community will help prevent the installation of counterfeit chips in military systems and enhance overall confidence in the electronics supply chain.” Integrated circuits or microchips are ubiquitous, found in virtually all modern appliances and systems ranging from desktop computers, laptops and cell phones to fighter aircraft and munitions. Despite that pervasiveness and criticality, few automated techniques today can verify whether the intended functionality of microchips has been compromised at any stage during design and fabrication. “Integrated circuits or microchips form the backbone of all military IT and electronics systems, and ensuring that these microchips are free from unauthorized tampering is essential to national security. Unfortunately, this task has become increasingly difficult as more microchips are designed and built around the world in commercial facilities,” said Kerry Bernstein, DARPA program manager. “Improving chip intrusion detection and assessment speed across the investigative community will help prevent the installation of counterfeit chips in military systems and enhance overall confidence in the electronics supply chain.” DARPA’s virtual lab is creating new methods for researchers to test electronic systems with substantial complexity, giving rise to innovative reliability analysis tools. These tools are applied to test articles distributed by DARPA to its performers, who stress the chips under loads likely to be seen during normal operating conditions. Under the auspices of DARPA’s Integrity and Reliability of Integrated Circuits program, researchers from the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) and Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) are collaborating in powerful new ways to determine the reliability and integrity of microchips embedded in some of the nation’s most critical military weapon and cyber systems. To ensure performance of integrated circuits in military systems, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), working in concert with its Service partners, developed a “virtual lab” with an integrated computer-aided design, or CAD, and file-sharing environment to transfer the large volumes of data accumulated during microchip analysis and debugging. In addition to file sharing, a website constructed for the virtual lab is facilitating communication between government researchers and program performers from academia and industry. One test, referred to as advanced failure analysis, uses state-of-the-art equipment, including multiple scanning optical microscope techniques transferred earlier this year from DARPA to NWSC. In a recent investigation conducted by NSWC Crane, AFRL Wright-Patterson and University of Southern California’s Information Sciences Institute, researchers devised a proprietary, non-destructive technique to analyze and repair microchips exhibiting erratic behavior. Using this novel failure analysis tool, the team was able to determine the precise design fault responsible for the behavior and correct the problem. Under the auspices of DARPA’s Integrity and Reliability of Integrated Circuits program, researchers from the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) and Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) are collaborating in powerful new ways to determine the reliability and integrity of microchips embedded in some of the nation’s most critical military weapon and cyber systems. “As we seek to authenticate, fix and/or remove suspected counterfeit microchips through these efforts, broadening the availability of non-invasive tools, techniques and related findings across the DoD is essential,” said Bernstein. “Given how widespread microchips are, and their vulnerability to compromise, the numbers don’t seem to be on our side. Through the virtual lab, however, we can help shift the balance in our favor. By extending testing resources to our Service partners and working together more effectively, we can ensure the reliability of our most important electronic systems.” Integrated circuits or microchips are ubiquitous, found in virtually all modern appliances and systems ranging from desktop computers, laptops and cell phones to fighter aircraft and munitions. Despite that pervasiveness and criticality, few automated techniques today can verify whether the intended functionality of microchips has been compromised at any stage during design and fabrication. DARPA’s virtual lab is creating new methods for researchers to test electronic systems with substantial complexity, giving rise to innovative reliability analysis tools. These tools are applied to test articles distributed by DARPA to its performers, who stress the chips under loads likely to be seen during normal operating conditions. One test, referred to as advanced failure analysis, uses state-of-the-art equipment, including multiple scanning optical microscope techniques transferred earlier this year from DARPA to NWSC. In a recent investigation conducted by NSWC Crane, AFRL Wright-Patterson and University of Southern California’s Information Sciences Institute, researchers devised a proprietary, non-destructive technique to analyze and repair microchips exhibiting erratic behavior. Using this novel failure analysis tool, the team was able to determine the precise design fault responsible for the behavior and correct the problem. “As we seek to authenticate, fix and/or remove suspected counterfeit microchips through these efforts, broadening the availability of non-invasive tools, techniques and related findings across the DoD is essential,” said Bernstein. “Given how widespread microchips are, and their vulnerability to compromise, the numbers don’t seem to be on our side. Through the virtual lab, however, we can help shift the balance in our favor. By extending testing resources to our Service partners and working together more effectively, we can ensure the reliability of our most important electronic systems.”
Fourth quarter? What happened? We blinked. That’s it. Summer’s in the wind, and autumn is in already heading into full swing. Calendars are changing. Plans are being made. And eyes are on the end of the year prize. Did you do what you wanted to do? Did you reach milestones? Or do you still have miles to go? It’s about that time. Leaders are in full scale acceleration mode to pull out the stops and screech into the new year with kudos all around. I’ve got you covered to help make it AH-Mazing – with a side order of fun. First, do yourself and your team a favor: Watch this (old) interview with the fabulous News at Sunrise Anchor Eve Tannery where we shared strategies on her show. It’s on the money. Second – take a few minutes to watch my video on the 10 ways you can make the most of the remainder of the year. Monday Makeover: Give yourself a 15-minute head start on this week’s activities, so your I’s are dotted and T’s are crossed and you’re absolutely ready for anything. Meetings? Totally cool. Performance reviews? You’ve got this. Appointments? Locked and focused. Deadlines and deliverables? You’re a master. Next take a glance at the month ahead and prioritize your pipeline. Might it take more than 15 minutes? Maybe. Once this is a habit? You’ll breeze through with ease. Money talks: Here’s to conquering the Achilles’s heel of many business professionals. Watch those targets and keep them in your sites to remind yourself weekly of the last quarter results that are your responsibility. Mine are printed above my desk and on my phone for daily accountability! Gaps & Goals: Now’s the perfect time to rock a gap analysis of where you are vs. where your GOALS said you’d be at this time. Deep dive to see and understand what’s necessary to bridge that gap if your member experience goals, productivity, prospecting or sales aren’t where you want or need them to be. THAT will become the foundation of your plan of action for the next three months. Hustle & Grit. Ever hear that saying, “No grit—no pearl?” Now’s the time to hunker in and fire up your internal urgency to close deals, follow up on proposals, add value to members and make hit the phones and connect with your member base. Watch goals daily, weekly and monthly and monitor them like your Credit Union depends on it. Because it does. Less is MORE. Meetings are necessary, check! But time? Is of the absolute essence. So pare down. Make sure they are time-efficient team meetings that are NO longer than 20-40 minutes, tops, with agendas and clear objectives. Meeting not vital to this quarter? Ditch it. Your team will thank you! Allow them to be hyper focused on deliverables, not meetings. Face Time. Not on the iPhone…but real life one on one time so that every team member is clear of your support and you have a chance to investigate the resources, training, coaching or guidance they might need to finish their year strong. Schedule your 1:1 with your leader to update them on your team’s progress and proactively share good news. Make it a DAY. Just as you put the trash out twice a week, there’s something to be said for allocating specific tasks to specific days when so that nothing gets missed. Think Marketing Monday, Telephone Tuesday (outbound calls to existing members), Write It Up Wednesday (proposals), Team Development Thursday etc. Group activities to accelerate productivity. Hindsight Helps: Take a look at your typical day’s timeline – only in reverse. Sometimes by working backwards we can see where we can adjust our schedules a little more effectively. You know what they say – “Begin with the end in mind.” Social Hours: Let’s be honest – it’s holiday time. With that comes parties, invites and open houses. Believe it or not? They are JUST as vital to your career and certainly life balance as all the “real work” that has to be done before we ring in the New Year. Make time to connect with people you care about at work and at home. Keep everyone on the team in the loop for business engagements, sit down with the family and figure out the plan for as well. Then map it all out so wires don’t get crossed and everyone breathes a little easier knowing who is going where. Oh – and don’t forget to break the mold every now and then and be spontaneous. ‘Tis the season friends to lighten up a little, spread some cheer and even switch gears here and there. Who knows? You might find yourself onto something new! DEFINITIVE FOCUS: Careful. It’s easy be distracted by holiday parties, end of the year crunch time, and school pageants. While finding the balance can be more mayhem than merry at the end of the year, keep your wits about you. Get up early, prioritize things closest to your member experience goals and make sure you create a laser beam focus to get them checked off the list. If ever there is a season for time-blocking, it’s the fourth quarter! Set the timer on your phone, use software to block distracting websites (we use Freedom and love it) and make this your best end-of-year yet! Put these power-packed strategies in place and finish your year like the rock star you know you can be! Hey fourth quarter? We’re coming for you! Get READY! SET. GO! 16SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Neen James Think force of nature. Boundless energy. Timely topics. Laugh out loud fun. Eye opening ideas. Take-aways that ACTUALLY create positive change. Sound like what YOU’RE looking for? Then Motivational … Web: www.neenjames.com Details
1a Eldernell Terrace, Hamilton.1a Eldernell Terrace, Hamilton, Qld 4007$7,250,000 Sold on 11 Feb 2018Gross Profit: $1.15m1/56 David Low Way Sunrise Beach, Qld 4567House 4 5 5$7,600,000 Sold on 02 Feb 2018Gross Profit: $5m36 Needham Street, Fig Tree Pocket, Qld 4069$7,500,000 Sold on 31 Jan 2018Gross loss: $2m 29-31 Wyuna Drive, Noosaville.29-31 Wyuna Drive Noosaville, Qld 4566$10,301,000 Sold on 29 Jan 2018Gross Profit: $4.451m(Source: Realestate.com.au) 31-33 The Corso Isle Of Capri.31-33 The Corso Isle Of Capri, Qld 4217$8,800,000 Sold on 13 Feb 2018Gross Profit: $2.45m This stunning Sunshine Beach home sold for $18m in the first half of this year.HOMEOWNERS across Brisbane, the Gold and Sunshine Coasts pocketed hundreds of thousands in profit selling properties in the first half of this year – and experts predict much more to come across the South East.A surge in property interest saw Brisbane homeowners walk away with between $172,000 and $175,000 in median gross profit during the six months to June, according to exclusive CoreLogic analysis for The Sunday Mail.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:54Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenAndrew Winter: To sell or to renovate?00:55All across the region, homeowners have raked it in with Greater Brisbane – made up of the council areas of Brisbane, Logan, Redland, Moreton and Ipswich – drawing the bulk of the property winnings in SEQ.Tania and Rubinder Singh, posing at their house in Sunnybank Hills, which they are putting up for auction. Picture: AAP/Image Steve PohlnerCollectively homeowners in Greater Brisbane saw $1.821billion gross profit in the June quarter and $2.036b in the March quarter.It’s a stunning tale, repeated across the region with Logan homeowners seeing median profit between $93,250 and $97,250 over the two quarters; Ipswich was at $65,000 to $68,000; Redland $109,350 to $115,000 and Moreton $90,000 to $90,250.The coastal zones were strong too with Gold Coast sellers landing median profit between $125,000 and $127,500 while on the Sunshine Coast they were looking at between $131,000 and $142,750.Even on the fringes of the southeast the returns were good with Lockyer Valley drawing $94,500 to $120,000, Somerset $55,000 to $78,000 and Toowoomba $71,000 to $73,625.The strongest result though came out of Scenic Rim where the highest median profit of all the council regions emerged between $212,500 and $239,000.According CoreLogic research head Tim Lawless, the longer the homes were held, the higher the profits.82 The Avenue, Sunnybank Hills.“The Scenic Rim showed a very long average hold period, with the typical vendor having owned their home for 15.5 years before selling. Such a long average hold period has pushed the typical gross profit higher.”The results were calculated by looking at what the home was previously purchased for and calculating what the gross profit or loss was when it sold during the first half of the year.Brisbane homeowners Tania and Rubinder Singh were among those hoping for a solid profit, with their luxury house at 82 The Avenue, Sunnybank Hills, set to be auctioned off at 11.30am today (Sunday).“There’s been big interest in the property,” Mr Singh said of the property which they bought four years ago.“The plan was to renovate it and then we got permissions done, it took six to eight months to plan and took more than a year to finish it. We did a lot. It was a six bedroom house before, then we extended it and now it’s five bedroom,” he smiled.With the extra space, they added a bespoke cinema, turned the home into one with three living spaces, a resort-style pool and poolhouse, and added every modcon a family could dream of.”It’s designed for growing families. You don’t have to go anywhere for the holidays. You don’t even have to go to the cinemas as ours is so good.”QLD biggest sales (and what their owners made): January to June 2018103-105 Hedges Avenue Mermaid Beach, Qld 4218$11,600,000 Sold on 15 Jun 2018Gross Profit: $9mhttps://www.realestate.com.au/sold/property-house-qld-mermaid+beach-128155630 46 Seaview Terrace Sunshine Beach.46 Seaview Terrace Sunshine Beach, Qld 4567$15,200,000 Sold on 29 Mar 2018Gross Profit: $5.7m21-23 Webb Road Sunshine Beach, Qld 4567$18,000,000 Sold on 16 Mar 2018Gross Profit: $11m3250/23 Ferny Avenue Surfers Paradise, Qld 4217$9,500,000 Sold on 12 Mar 2018Gross profit: $8.3m117 Mooloolah Drive Minyama, Qld 4575$6,100,000 Sold on 02 Mar 2018Gross profit: Undisclosed5/81 Moray Street New Farm, Qld 4005$6,500,000 Sold on 01 Mar 2018Gross profit: $1.1m2/23 Hastings Street Noosa Heads, Qld 4567$6,900,000 Sold on 26 Feb 2018Gross profit: $0More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago3/56 David Low Way Sunrise Beach, Qld 4567$6,125,000 Sold on 17 Feb 2018Gross Profit: $525,000
DMEC to Spearhead ENCORE Project MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from March 16 – March 22, 2020. Saipem and Equinor Eye Offshore Floating Solar Renewable Risk Advisers Wins Minesto Contract Wave Swell Energy Gears for Mid-2020 WEC Launch Eco Wave Power Wraps Up Conversion Unit Wave Simulation Trials
PHOENIX, USA — Winners Development has announced a partnership with American World Clinics (AWC) to jointly develop an international medical centre in Barbados. The $100 million project will be located on a 21.5 acre site in St Peters and represents AWC’s first site in a global development program for the export of American medicine to the international community. The centerpiece of the project, a surgical specialty hospital, will consist of 12 operating rooms to serve both international medical travelers and local patients in the Caribbean region. It will feature 60 inpatient beds, ICU capabilities, 12 operating rooms, an interventional lab, and state of the art facilities for diagnostics and therapeutics. Multidisciplinary clinic space, including dental and concierge medicine, will be located adjacent to the hospital. Winners Development has created and collaborated on hospital and healthcare projects throughout the US and views their relationship with AWC as an opportunity to expand their footprint in the growing global health market. The collaboration calls on Winners Development to manage project funding, construction and campus development with AWC providing operational expertise, staffing, and marketing for AWC-Barbados.According to Lee Ploszaj, president and CEO of Winners, his team will be joining the American World Clinics team in Barbados from September 23-27 to meet with business and government leaders and move developmental and planning aspects of the project forward. Presently, the facility is expected to open in 2015. Said Ploszaj, “We believe AWC has developed a unique business model predicated on best clinical practices and the highest levels of service, and we’re extremely excited to be a part of this project.”Paul Angelchik, MD, chairman and CEO of American World Clinics, stated, “We welcome to AWC-Barbados the experience, and high quality expertise which Winners Companies brings to our project. With their development leadership and a shared vision of excellence, they are a perfect fit to help us set new standards in global health care services delivery.”Caribbean News Now Share Share HealthLifestyle $100 million international health project for Barbados by: – September 4, 2012 Share Tweet 14 Views no discussions Sharing is caring!
ILOILO – The National Museum of the Philippines confirmed havingissued a “Treasure Hunting and Disposition of Recovered Treasures Permit” covering a private lot inBarangay Pasong, Igbaras, Iloilo. * PH shall submit quarterly report on the progress of treasurehunting activities as per Technical Work and Environmental Work Programs * archaeological sites * PH is liable for damages incurred during the operations Before his Philippine assignment,Yamashita and his men were said to have plundered other Southeast Asiancountries that Japan attacked and/or invaded during the war and buried the lootin the Philippines./PN The terms and conditions were the following: “We have rules. The permit may be cancelled if the excavation hasadverse environmental impacts and endangers neighboring areas. It is within thepowers of the museum to suspend or revoke the permit when public interest sorequires or upon the failure of the permit holder to comply with the terms andconditions,” said Tirol. * protected areas – the permit applicant must first secure aclearance from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Yamashita was assigned to defend the Japan-colonizedPhilippines from the advancing Allied forces in the waning years of World War2. He failed to stop the Allied advance, and Japan ultimately surrendered inAugust 1945. * PH (permit holder) shall not destroy any building or structure According to the mayor, around 10diggers have so far covered 1,000 square meters. * PH shall notify the agency within 24 hours of their discovery * cave sites within 500 meters from the mouth of the cave,archaeological and/or declared historical zones, and anthropologicalreservations From what he had gathered, saidEsmeralda, a certain Noly Laquihon Bayogos claimed to have secured a “TreasureHunting and Disposition of Recovered Treasures Permit” from the NationalMuseum. Tirol also pointed out guidelines covering public lots, protectedareas and private lots as treasure hunting sites: The ongoing excavation in Barangay Pasong alarmed residents. Theyfeared possible adverse effects such as landslide, soil erosion and the earthcaving in. According to Tirol, treasure hunting is not allowed in thefollowing: * shipwreck sites * Permit is valid for one year As far as the municipal government ofIgbaras and barangay council of Pasong were concerned, said Esmeralda, theyhave not issued any permit for treasure hunting, ground excavation or mining inthe village. For his part, Barangay CaptainCornelio Elumba of Pasong dismissed speculations there could be Yamashitatreasures buried in his village. “I learned that the excavation has been going on for about one andhalf years already beginning in 2018 before I was elected mayor. Residents fearthis could result to soil erosion. Nine nearby households are very concerned,”said Igbaras’ Mayor Jaime Esmeralda. “I already asked the chief of the National Museum’s CulturalProperties Regulation Division to evaluate if kinahanglan i-cancel angpermit. I-cancel ina kun damo violations,” said Tirol. It may cancel the permit if the conditions for its issuance werenot met, said Atty. Ma. Cecilia Tirol,acting deputy director-general for administration of the National Museum. * Withdrawal by the Permit Holder from the Permit Area shall notrelease him from all financial, environmental, legal and other obligations Tirol stressed the importance of local government unitscoordinating with the National Museum if they have concerns over treasurehunting activities which the agency had issued permits. * public lots – the permit applicant must first secure a clearancefrom the local government * Must abide with laws, rules and regulations on treasure hunting * Permit Area subject to inspection * private lot – clearance from local government unit not neededbut applicant must seek the consent of private lot owner “Kontuod nga may ara, kontani damo nga mal-am ang mahambal sina,” he said. * THP (treasure hunting permit) is exclusive to the Permit Holder(non-transferrable) Led by Igbaras’ Mayor Jaime Esmeralda, barangay officials ofPasong sought the help of Gov. Arthur Defensor Jr. on Jan 16. Some residentssaid the diggers were looking for the buried gold treasures of World War 2Japanese general Tomoyuki Yamashita.
The Batesville Girls Varsity Tennis team defeated Greensburg in a 3-2 match on Tuesday.#1 Singles- Rachael Rose was defeated by Reagan Rigney (2-6, 4-6)#2 Singles- Audrey Weigel defeated Ellie Acra 6-3, 6-3#3 Singles- Sophie Brown defeated Emma Hellmich 6-3, 6-0#1 Doubles- Baylee Rohlfing/Corinne Stone were defeated by Kristen Fong and Bailey Menkedick 7-6(4), 6-7(6), 6-10.#2 Doubles- Jenna Ertel/Betsy Harmeyer defeated Claudia Westhafer/Sarah Schneider 6-0, 6-2.In JV, Batesville lost 2-3. Kate Poltrack and Kayla Stone both picked up wins in singles.The Varsity is 3-1 (3-1 EIAC) and the JV is 2-2. Batesville will travel to South Dearborn on Thursday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Mike McKinney.
Are you aware that the sectional assignments for basketball and football have changed? For the next two years, the basketball sectional involving Batesville boys and girls has added Connersville to the list and dropped Madison making this an all EIAC sectional.In football, Franklin County drops down to 3A and replaces Salem in the sectional involving Batesville. This one will still be a wide-ranging sectional because the southern half of this sectional drops down to the Ohio River.With the changes involving Connersville and Franklin County, their old sectionals will obviously have changes. Both Connersville and Franklin County are continually losing enrollment while Batesville continues to increase. Look for more changes in two years.