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  • Pirate Track Results At Decatur Central

    first_imgThe Greensburg Boys Track & Field team traveled to Decatur Central on Friday to compete in the annual Joe Schott Twilight Invitational. Along with the Pirates and host Hawks, other schools competing were: Brownsburg, Warren Central, Covenant Christian, Herron, Shelbyville, & Greenfield-Central.5th Place-4 x 800 M Relay (Hunter Butz, Nick Zapfe, Kole Stephens, & Jonathon Ralston)  (9:12.75); Hunter Butz- 800M (2:09.88); Collin Springmeyer- 110H (16.60).6th Place-Joey Woods- 100M (11.94); Daimon Austin- Long Jump (18’4 ¾”); Matt Boone- Shot (43’7”).Courtesy of Pirates Coach Shawn Ruble.The Lady Pirates Track and Field team travelled to Indianapolis Friday evening to compete in the Annual Joe Schott Twilight Invitational. The Greensburg Girls placed 5th overall with 49 total points. Ben Davis won the event with 157.5, 2nd Brownsburg (124. 5), 3rd Greenfield Central (95), 4th Shelbyville (61), 6th Decatur Central (37), 7th Covenant Christian (35), and 8th Herron (23).Lily Grimes was the highest scorer for the Lady Pirates as the Champion in both the shot put event and the discus throw. Grimes threw an incredible series in shot put with all her throws over 42′ and winning the event with her best toss of the night 43’4″. In the discus event Grimes threw a new personal record which was just 2″ shy of the school record. Grimes was crowned the 2019 Joe Schott Invite Champion with a throw of 131’3″ which makes her the 2nd best thrower in Lady Pirate history. Debbie Heger leads the all time list since 1991 with a throw of 131’5″.Freshman Emily Mangels also had a big night with two personal best times in the 1600 and the 800. Mangels placed 2nd in the 800 in 2:41.85 and 4th in the 1600 with 5:52.87. She also lead the 3200m Relay team to a Runner Up Championship in 11:15.19 with teammates Sophie Nobbe, Emma Hatton and Emma Wilmer.The 400m Relay team and the 1600m Relay team also placed well during the night with two 5th place finishes. Hilary Ernstes, Kayla Haycock, Koregan Kidd, and Mary West ran a 56.40 in the 4 x 100 while Mangels, Hatton, Ernstes, and Haycock clocked in 4:41.43 in the 4 x 400. Another highlight of the evening was Ernstes running a career best in the open 400 with 1:08.75.The Lady Pirates will compete again at home this Tuesday against Connersville and New Castle.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Katina Tekulve.last_img read more

  • NHL awards 2019: Robin Lehner gives heartfelt speech while accepting Bill Masterton Trophy

    first_imgNew York Islanders goaltender Robin Lehner brought a moment of solemn self-reflection to the stage when accepting the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy at the 2019 NHL Awards on Wednesday night in Las Vegas, further opening up about his battle with mental illness.Lehner, who in a letter written last summer in The Athletic detailed his struggles with bipolar disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, alcohol and drug addiction, and post-traumatic stress disorder, received the Masterton Trophy as the NHL player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to the game. Amid an otherwise lighthearted evening, Lehner delivered a heartfelt speech that reiterated the message he initially conveyed in his preseason letter.  “I’m not ashamed to say I’m mentally ill, but that doesn’t mean mentally weak,” Lehner told the assembled crowd, Masterton Trophy in hand, to a round of applause.MORE: Full list of NHL Awards winnersLehner stressed the importance of changing the narrative around mental illness, urging others to seek help as he did. The 27-year-old underwent a harrowing journey, as described in his preseason letter, that culminated in him reaching out to the league and players association to undergo treatment. “I cannot say enough about the NHLPA/NHL substance abuse program,” Lehner wrote. “I don’t think I would be alive without them.”“I’m not ashamed to say I’m mentally ill, but that doesn’t mean mentally weak.”Robin Lehner’s Bill Masterton Trophy acceptance speech was powerful. 👏 #NHLAwards pic.twitter.com/BuhJE7UBz4— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) June 20, 2019Speaking to his peers in Las Vegas, Lehner noted that his road to recovery isn’t over.“I took that first step, got help and that was life-changing to me,” Lehner said on Wednesday. “It’s something that we’ve got to keep pushing for and we’ve got to end the stigma.”last_img read more

  • Lukaku loves playing for Everton, claims Martinez

    first_img1 Everton manager Roberto Martinez claimed Romelu Lukaku’s hat-trick performance against BSC Young Boys in the Europa League proved that he “loves” to play for the Toffees.The 21-year-old Belgium striker, who Everton paid a club record £28million for last summer to recruit him from Chelsea after having him on loan for the previous season, was quoted last week following a 1-0 loss to his former employers as saying he would like to “eventually arrive at a top club again.”But Martinez rubbished those reports, adding the Belgian is “delighted” to commit himself to Everton.“It was clearly someone looking for a headline about if Rom [Lukaku] wanted to perform in order to come back to Chelsea, and his answer probably didn’t reflect what he meant,” said Martinez.“It’s never an issue. Rom was delighted to commit himself to Everton.“He loves playing for Everton, and I think he showed that today.“A footballer needs to be measured by the way he talks on the pitch. Sometimes a microphone can be put in front of you and people then dissect everything you say and highlight a word or line which is not appropriate.“It’s not an issue. He’s a special footballer who we love seeing developing, and he’s just enjoying being an important player for Everton.”Martinez added of Lukaku, who now has 13 goals this season: “He’s the complete striker, but he’s only 21 and people forget about that.“Our desire and work we put in over the summer was to show we are the perfect place for him to develop.“We saw today he really makes a difference in front of goal and he’s someone who is going to have a really strong ending to the season.” Romelu Lukaku last_img read more

  • Job Vacancy: Youth Development Worker sought to deliver new programme

    first_imgJob Vacancy: The Hub Youth Centre in Glenties, Co. Donegal are currently recruiting for an experienced Youth Development Worker.Working with the Management Committee of The Hub Youth Centre to develop and deliver an International Fund for Ireland, Personal Youth Development Programme, ‘Ignite Your Future’The post is based at The Hub Youth Centre, Glenties delivering the ‘Ignite Your Future’ programme.1 year contract starting September 2018. 35hr week. The successful candidate will work to assist young people aged 16 – 25 years to develop resilience and confidence and gain the necessary skills and qualifications to support a successful transition into employment or further/higher education.Candidates will be expected to have:A third level qualification in youth work or a relevant fieldA background in life/career coaching is desirableAt least 3 years’ experience of youth work and/or community workThe ability to engage and motivate young peopleAn understanding of youth mental health issuesThe ability to develop, facilitate and deliver programmes relevant to young peopleProven organisational, report writing and record keeping skillsSalary €33,555 p/aKey Responsibilities:To develop and deliver year 2 of the project with a small cohort of young people who are continuing for a second year (approx 5/6 young people)To engage a new group of young people aged 16 – 25 into the project (approx 5/6 young people)To manage the overall IFI ‘Ignite Your Future’ project meeting the objectives and targets set out in the proposalTo Apply: A full Job description is available from: Kate Morgan, Downstrands Family Resource Centre, The Dolmen Centre, Kilclooney, Co Donegal. Tel: 074 954 5879 [email protected] date for applications is 12noon on Tuesday 7th August. Interviews will take place on Friday 10th August, short-listing may apply.Job Vacancy: Youth Development Worker sought to deliver new programme was last modified: July 16th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:glenties jobsThe HubYouth Development Workerlast_img read more

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