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1851: The schooner America defeated 14 British boats in a race around the Isle of Wight. America’s owners were awarded the Hundred Guinea Cup, which they presented to the New York Yacht Club on condition that it be put up for grabs in international sailing competition. In 1870 it was renamed the America’s Cup. It remained in United States hands until 1983, when Australia II captured it .
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1998: In the midst of his pursuit of Roger Maris’s record of 61 home runs-he finished with 70, Mark McGwire of the St. Louis Cardinals acknowledged that for more than a year he had been using androstenedione, a testosterone-producing supplement that is banned by the N.F.L., the N.C.A.A. and the I.O.C. because it is thought to provide an unfair advantage.
The IHSAA Executive Committee today unanimously approved Purdue University as the new host site for next spring’s IHSAA Softball State Finals. The four state championship games, scheduled for Saturday, June 9, 2018, will be played at Bittinger Stadium in West...read more
1. Westfield 2. Zionsville 3. Columbus North 4. Evansville North 5. Homestead 6. Fishers 7. Carmel 8. Hamilton Southeastern 9. Lake Central 10. Brownsburg 11. Lafayette Jeff 12. Fort Wayne Dwenger 13. Valparaiso 14. DeKalb 15. Cathedral 16. Western 17. Guerin Catholic...read more
Class 3A 1. North Central 2. Harrison (West Lafayette) 3. Zionsville 4. Chesterton 5. Lake Central 6. Goshen 7. Bloomington South 8. Avon 9. Munster 10. Carmel 11. Brebeuf Jesuit 12. Center Grove 13. Castle 14. Penn 15. Concord Class 2A 1. Mishawaka Marian 2....read more
1. Carmel 2. North Central 3. Park Tudor 4. Guerin Catholic 5. Bloomington North 6. Homestead 7. Brebeuf Jesuit 8. Leo 9. Jeffersonville 10. Fort Wayne Carroll 11. Cathedral 12. (tie) Avon 12. (tie) Floyd Central 14. Fishers 15. (tie) Jasper 15. (tie) Penn 17....read more
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE Quarterback — Sam Darnold, sophomore, Southern California. Running backs — Saquon Barkley, junior, Penn State; Derrius Guice, junior, LSU. Tackles — Orlando Brown, junior, Oklahoma; Connor Williams, junior, Texas. Guards — Quenton Nelson, senior,...read more
IHSAA RELEASE Earlier today, the IHSAA Executive Committee approved the sectional assignments in baseball and softball for the next two school years. The Executive Committee accepted the recommendations of the realignment committee which determined the sectional...read more
INDIANA FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION POLLS 6A Warren Central Ben Davis Carmel Center Grove Lawrence Central Avon Fort Wayne Snider Penn Hamilton Southeastern Brownsburg 5A Cathedral Columbus East Indianapolis Roncalli New Palestine...read more
August 22 Richmond boys tennis at Franklin County Richmond girls soccer at Oldenburg Academy Northeastern girls golf at Lincoln Centerville boys soccer at Knightstown Centerville girls soccer at Knightstown Centerville volleyball at Eastern...read more
NEW YORK TIMES SAN FRANCISCO-In a burst of uncontrollable temper under circumstances still unclear, Juan Marichal of the San Francisco Giants attacked John Roseboro of the Los Angeles Dodgers today with a baseball bat. Marichal's bat hit Roseboro on the top of the...read more
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State will be led by a record number of captains in 2017 with nine players selected to lead the Scarlet and Gray on and off the gridiron. The corps of leaders, all voted on by their teammates, features five on defense, including four defensive...read more
TAIPEI - Eight players scored in double figures and USA Team dominated in every facet to improve to 2-0 in pool play at the World University Games with a 127-53 rout of the United Arab Emirates on Monday afternoon. Ryan Cline, who...read more
Hannah Melchiorre's second goal in as many games gave Purdue women's soccer the lead for 48 minutes, but Loyola Marymount scored twice in the final six minutes to rally past the Boilermakers 2-1 Monday at Folk Field. The Lions (1-1) scored a pair of quality goals only...read more
NEW YORK (August 21, 2017) Torrado, who is tied for second all-time in appearances (146) for El Tri, opened the scoring on Saturday night with - Former Mexican national team star Gerardo Torrado scored his first two North American Soccer League (NASL) goals in the...read more
Seton (5-1) won its match at Blue River tonight in 3 sets (25-20, 25-16, 25-12) Sarah Dickman had 18 kills and 4 aces Rita Deitz had 6 kills and 2 blocks Abbey Schmidt had 27 assists and 3 aces Seton's next match is on Wednesday at home against Union. Blue River won...read more
HS GIRLS GOLF Richmond 179 New Castle 230 Winchester 199 Northeastern 256 Centerville 190 Lincoln 261 Franklin County 156 North Decatur 0 (Incomplete team) HS BOYS GOLF Tri-County North 199 National Trail 231 HS VOLLEYBALL Delta 3...read more
ASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE FOOTBALL PRE-SEASON POLL Alabama Ohio State Florida State USC Clemson Penn State Oklahoma Washington Wisconsin Oklahoma State Michigan Auburn LSU Stanford Georgia Louisville Florida Miami Florida South Florida Kansas State Virginia Tech West...read more
2017 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS FOOTBALL CAPSULE HEAD COACH: Sean Payton RECORD WITH TEAM: 94 – 66 CAREER RECORD: 94 – 66 2016 RECORD: 7 – 9 OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR: Pete Carmichael Jr. DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR: Dennis Allen STADIUM:...read more
NCC FOOTBALL STANDINGS Lafayette Jeff 0-0 1- 0 Logansport 0-0 1- 0 Marion 0-0 1- 0 Anderson 0-0 ...read more
Adams Central at Eastside 7:00 pm Alexandria at Wabash 7:00...read more
[ONE // women’s soccer season off to successful start] All 14 Big Ten schools opened their 2017 women’s soccer seasons this past week, and the 24th season of women’s soccer competition stated with success. Big Ten teams combined for a...read more
NFL PRE-SEASON Pittsburgh 17 Atlanta 13 New Orleans 12 LA Chargers 7 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Detroit 6 LA Dodgers 1 Minnesota 12 Arizona 5 Chicago Cubs 6 Toronto 5 (10) Tampa Bay 3 Seattle 0 LA Angels 5 Baltimore 4 Boston 5 NY Yankees 1...read more
NEW YORK TIMES CHICAGO-Walter C. Hagen, 22 years old, native professional of Rochester, N.Y., today displaced Francis Ouimet as open golf champion of America, by winning the tournament at Midlothian with a medal score of 290 for the seventy-two holes. Ouimet fell off...read more
The Red Devils kicked off the first game of the Greenfield Central Cup with a comfortable win over Sheridan. The game featured goals from Denis Herrera, Jack Weber, Hunter Walters, Jonathan Herrera, and Gage...read more
TAIPEI - The USA jumped out to a 26-14 lead after the first quarter, then held off every surge to defeat Argentina 89-76 in the World University Games opening-game in Taipei Arena. Argentina would tie the game at 26 midway through...read more
NEW YORK TIMES LOUISVILLE, Ky.-Facing a courageous challenger who refused to give in, the world's best golfer showed the world just how good he is. Winning his third consecutive major championship today, and winning his second consecutive P.G.A. Championship,...read more
HS BOYS TENNIS Hagerstown 4 Blue River 1 Greensburg 5 Hagerstown 0 Hamilton Heights 3 Northeastern 2 New Castle 5 Northeastern 0 Greensburg 5 Randolph Southern 0 HS VOLLEYBALL Richmond 2 Indy Lighhouse 0 Richmond 2 Kokomo 0 Fishers 2...read more
INDIANAPOLIS (August 19, 2017) – Indy Eleven midfielder and former Mexican National Team star Gerardo Torrado tallies his first two goals for “Indiana’s Team” in Indy’s 3-3 thriller at MCU Park. The “Boys in White” hit the ground running early in the first half after...read more
HUNTINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana University East volleyball team concluded its weekend at the Huntington University Forester Invitational on Aug. 19. The Red Wolves started their day with a 25-16, 25-14, 13-15, 25-21 setback against 33rd-ranked Missouri Valley College....read more
1999: Was it the pool? Ian Thorpe of Australia knocked more than two seconds off the 400-meter world freestyle record with a clocking of 3 minutes 41.83 seconds at the Pan Pacific Championships in Sydney. Eleven other records were set in eight days there.
2017 NFL PRE-SEASON SCHEDULE
— Week 1 (Aug. 10-14)
Atlanta Falcons at Miami Dolphins
Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams
Denver Broncos at Chicago Bears
Detroit Lions at Indianapolis Colts
Houston Texans at Carolina Panthers
Jacksonville Jaguars at New England Patriots
Minnesota Vikings at Buffalo Bills
New Orleans Saints at Cleveland Browns
Oakland Raiders at Arizona Cardinals
Philadelphia Eagles at Green Bay Packers
Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Giants
San Francisco 49ers at Kansas City Chiefs
Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Chargers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Cincinnati Bengals
Tennessee Titans at New York Jets
Washington Redskins at Baltimore Ravens
— Week 2 (Aug. 17-21)
Atlanta Falcons at Pittsburgh Steelers
Baltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins
Buffalo Bills at Philadelphia Eagles
Carolina Panthers at Tennessee Titans
Chicago Bears at Arizona Cardinals
Denver Broncos at San Francisco 49ers
Green Bay Packers at Washington Redskins
Indianapolis Colts at Dallas Cowboys
Kansas City Chiefs at Cincinnati Bengals
Los Angeles Rams at Oakland Raiders
Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks
New England Patriots at Houston Texans
New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Chargers
New York Giants at Cleveland Browns
New York Jets at Detroit Lions
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jacksonville Jaguars
— Week 3: Aug. 24-27
Arizona Cardinals at Atlanta Falcons
Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens
Carolina Panthers at Jacksonville Jaguars
Chicago Bears at Tennessee Titans
Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Redskins
Cleveland Browns at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Green Bay Packers at Denver Broncos
Houston Texans at New Orleans Saints
Indianapolis Colts at Pittsburgh Steelers
Kansas City Chiefs at Seattle Seahawks
Los Angeles Chargers at Los Angeles Rams
Miami Dolphins at Philadelphia Eagles
New England Patriots at Detroit Lions
New York Jets at New York Giants
Oakland Raiders at Dallas Cowboys
San Francisco 49ers at Minnesota Vikings
— Week 4 (Aug. 31-Sept. 1)
Arizona Cardinals at Denver Broncos
Baltimore Ravens at New Orleans Saints
Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts
Cleveland Browns at Chicago Bears
Dallas Cowboys at Houston Texans
Detroit Lions at Buffalo Bills
Jacksonville Jaguars at Atlanta Falcons
Los Angeles Chargers at San Francisco 49ers
Los Angeles Rams at Green Bay Packers
Miami Dolphins at Minnesota Vikings
New York Giants at New England Patriots
Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets
Pittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers
Seattle Seahawks at Oakland Raiders
Tennessee Titans at Kansas City Chiefs
Washington Redskins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
NFL preseason national TV schedule
— Hall of Fame Game (Canton, Ohio)
Dallas Cowboys vs. Arizona Cardinals (NBC, 8 p.m.), Thursday, Aug. 3
— Preseason Week 2 (August 17-21)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jacksonville Jaguars (ESPN, 8 p.m.), Thursday, Aug. 17
New York Giants at Cleveland Browns (ESPN, 8 p.m.) Monday, Aug. 21
— Preseason Week 3 (August 24-27)
Kansas City Chiefs at Seattle Seahawks (CBS, 8 p.m.) Friday, Aug. 25
Los Angeles Chargers at Los Angeles Rams (CBS, 8 p.m.) Saturday, Aug. 26
Chicago Bears at Tennessee Titans (FOX, 1 p.m.) Sunday, Aug. 27
Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Redskins (FOX, 4:30 p.m.) Sunday, Aug. 27
San Francisco 49ers at Minnesota Vikings (NBC, 8 p.m.) Sunday, Aug. 27
2017 INDIANA FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
August 31 vs. Ohio State
September 9 at Virginia
September 16 vs. Florida International
September 23 vs. Georgia Southern
September 30 at Penn State
October 14 vs. Michigan
October 21 at Michigan State
October 28 at Maryland
November 4 vs. Wisconsin
November 11 at Illinois
November 18 vs. Rutgers
November 25 at Purdue
2017 PURDUE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
September 2 vs. Louisville at Indianapolis
September 8 vs. Ohio
September 16 at Missouri
September 23 vs. Michigan
October 7 vs. Minnesota
October 14 at Wisconsin
October 21 at Rutgers
October 28 vs. Nebraska
November 4 vs. Illinois
November 11 at Northwestern
November 18 at Iowa
November 25 vs. Indiana
- 1851 – Yacht America wins first Royal Yacht Squadron Cup (America’s Cup).
- 1917 – Pittsburgh Pirates play fourth straight extra inning game, Carson Bigbee sets record of 11 at-bats, they lose in 22 innings to Brooklyn Dodgers.
- 1934 – Boston Red Sox pitcher Wes Ferrell hits two home runs to beat Chicago White Sox 3-2 in 12.
- 1947 – First college team to beat an NFL team (All Stars-16, Chicago Bears-0).
- 1951 – Harlem Globetrotters play in Olympic Stadium, Berlin, Germany, before audience of 75,052.
- 1958 – Toronto Argonauts’ Boyd Carter and Dave Mann combine for record 131-yard punt return.
- 1959 – Cincinnati Reds’ Frank Robinson hits three consecutive home runs.
- 1960 – Gil Hodges sets National League righty home run record with number 352.
- 1965 – San Francisco Giants’ pitcher Juan Marachal hits Los Angeles Dodgers’ catcher John Roseboro on the head with his bat causing a 14-minute brawl.
- 1984 – Evelyn Ashford of US ties world women’s mark for 100m, 10.76 seconds.
- 1984 – New York Mets’ pitcher Dwight Gooden becomes the 11th rookie to strikeout 200.
- 1989 – Nolan Ryan strikes out his 5,000th batter.
- 2007 – The Texas Rangers score thirty runs in one game, setting the modern (post-1900) Major League Baseball record for most runs by one team in a single game, in a 30-3 victory over the Baltimore Orioles.
- 2008 – Usain Bolt captures a third gold medal and a third world record at the Beijing Olympic Games, as Jamaica wins the men’s 4x100m relay gold in world record of 37.10 seconds.
A field goal dropped from four points to three.
A touchdown was increased from five points to six.
Jack Cusack revived a strong pro team in Canton.
Jim Thorpe, a former football and track star at the Carlisle Indian School (Pa.) and a double gold medal winner at the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm, played for the Pine Village Pros in Indiana.
Massillon again fielded a major team, reviving the old rivalry with Canton. Cusack signed Thorpe to play for Canton for $250 a game.
With Thorpe and former Carlisle teammate Pete Calac starring, Canton went 9-0-1, won the Ohio League championship, and was acclaimed the pro football champion.
Despite an upset by Massillon, Canton again won the Ohio League championship.
Canton again won the Ohio League championship, despite the team having been turned over from Cusack to Ralph Hay. Thorpe and Calac were joined in the backfield by Joe Guyon.
Earl (Curly) Lambeau and George Calhoun organized the Green Bay Packers. Lambeau’s employer at the Indian Packing Company provided $500 for equipment and allowed the team to use the company field for practices. The Packers went 10-1.
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HS GIRLS GOLF
Richmond 179 New Castle 230
Winchester 199 Northeastern 256
Centerville 190 Lincoln 261
Franklin County 156 North Decatur 0 (Incomplete team)
HS BOYS GOLF
Tri-County North 199 National Trail 231
Delta 3 Richmond 0
Seton 3 Blue River 0
Brookville 3 National Trail 1
HS GIRLS TENNIS
Eaton 5 Dixie 0
HS BOYS TENNIS
Knightstown 5 Northeastern 0
Batesville 4 Connersville 1
Eaton 5 Northridge 0
HS BOYS SOCCER
Connersville 2 Franklin County 1
HS GIRLS SOCCER
Connersville 4 Delta 0
Cleveland 10 NY Giants 6
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
Seattle 6 Atlanta 5
Chicago White Sox 7 Minnesota 6
Baltimore 7 Oakland 3
Cleveland 5 Boston 4
Minnesota 10 Chicago White Sox 2
Texas 5 LA Angels 3
LA Dodgers 6 Pittsburgh 5 (12)
Arizona 3 NY Mets 2 (10)
San Francisco 2 Milwaukee 0
2017 COLTS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE
Sept. 10: at L.A. Rams, 4:05 p.m., CBS
Sept. 17: Arizona, 1 p.m., FOX
Sunday, Sept. 24: Cleveland, 1 p.m., CBS
Sunday, Oct. 1: at Seattle, 8:30 p.m., NBC
Sunday, Oct. 8: San Francisco, 1 p.m., FOX
Monday, Oct. 16: at Tennessee, 8:30 p.m., ESPN
Sunday, Oct. 22: Jacksonville, 1 p.m. CBS
Sunday, Oct. 29: at Cincinnati, 1 p.m., CBS
Sunday, Nov. 5: at Houston, 1 p.m., CBS
Sunday, Nov. 12: Pittsburgh, 1 p.m., CBS
Sunday, Nov. 19: Bye
Sunday, Nov. 26: Tennessee, 1 p.m., CBS
Sunday, Dec. 3: at Jacksonville, 1 p.m., CBS
Sunday, Dec. 10: at Buffalo, 1 p.m., CBS
Thursday, Dec. 14: Denver, 8:25 p.m., NBC/NFLN
Saturday, Dec. 23: at Baltimore, 4:30 p.m., NFLN
Sunday, Dec. 31: Houston, 1 p.m. CBS
2017 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE
Sunday, Sept. 10: Baltimore, 1 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 14: Houston, 8:25 p.m. (NFLN)
Sunday, Sept. 24: at Green Bay, 4:25 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 1: at Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 8: Buffalo, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 15: BYE
Sunday, Oct. 22: at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 29: Indianapolis, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 5: at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 12: at Tennessee, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 19: at Denver, 4:25 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 26: Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 4: Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Sunday, Dec. 10: Chicago, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 17: at Minnesota, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 24: Detroit, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 31: at Baltimore, 1 p.m.
- 1857 Ned Hanlon, American baseball player and manager, born in Montville, Connecticut (d. 1937)
- 1882 Harry Makepeace, English cricketer (4 Tests for England v Australia 1920-21), born in Middlesbrough, Yorkshire (d. 1952)
- 1892 Percy Fender, English cricketer (legendary Surrey & England all-rounder), born in Balham, London (d. 1985)
- 1897 Bill Woodfull, Australian cricketer (Australian captain in the Bodyline series), born in Maldon, Australia (d. 1965)
- 1930 Gilmar, Brazilian football player, born in Santos, São Paulo, Brazil (d. 2013)
- 1935 Richard W Howard, 400m hurdler (Olympic-bronze-1960), born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
- 1938 Paul Maguire, American football commentator, born in Youngstown, Ohio
- 1939 Carl Yastrzemski, American Boston Red Sox great (1967 AL MVP, Hall of Fame), born in Southampton, New York
- 1940 David R. Vance, American horse trainer, born in Logansport, Indiana
- 1941 Bill Parcells, NFL coach (NY Giants, NY Jets, NE Patriots), born in Englewood, New Jersey
- 1949 Diana Nyad, American journalist and long-distance swimmer (1st to swim Bahamas to Fla-1979), born in NYC, New York
- 1949 Doug Bair, baseball player, born in Defiance, Ohio
- 1950 Ray Burris, baseball player
- 1954 John Colwell, Kingston Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1978 Simon Fraser)
- 1956 Jeffrey Lloyd, South African jockey based in Australia, born in Durban
- 1956 Paul Molitor, infielder (Mn Twins, 1993 World Series MVP), born in Saint Paul, Minnesota
- 1956 Peter Taylor, cricketer (Australian off-spinner 1987-92)
- 1957 Randy Romero, jockey (Breeder’s Cup 1987-89), born in Garden City, New York
- 1958 Elhadjdia Ba, Dakar Senegal, hurdler (Olympic-silver-1988)
- 1959 Denise Curry, Daivs California, basketball player (Olympic-gold-1984)
- 1961 John Kidd, NFL punter (Miami Dolphins)
- 1962 Gene Craig Sauers, PGA golfer (1986 Bank of Boston), born in Savannah, Georgia
- 1963 Lily Yip, US table tennis player (Olympics-92, 96), born in Guangzhou, China
- 1963 Terry Catledge, NBA star (Orlando Magic)
- 1963 Thomas Ansberry, Okinawa Japan, US 10K runner
- 1964 Dean Evason, Flin Flon, NHL center (Calgary Flames)
- 1964 Mats Wilander, Swedish tennis star (1988-US, Aust, French), born in Vaxjo, Sweden
- 1965 Patricia Hy-Boulais, Cambodia, tennis star (1994 Auckland doubles)
- 1966 Rob Witschge, Dutch soccer star (Ajax/Feyenoord)
- 1967 Curt Bourque, American jockey, born in Erath, Louisiana
- 1968 Henrik Holm, Sweden, tennis star
- 1968 Horst Skoff, Austria, tennis star
- 1968 Michael Curry, NBA guard (Detroit Pistons, Milwaukee Bucks)
- 1968 Paul Ereng, Kenya, 800m runner (Olympic-gold-1988)
- 1968 Alexander Mostovoi, Russian footballer
- 1969 Hipolito Pichardo, Esperanza Dom Rep, pitcher (KC Royals)
- 1969 Maurice Graef, soccer player (VVW, Roda JC)
- 1971 Bernard Carter, NFL/WLAF linebacker (Jaguars, Frankfurt Galaxy)
- 1972 Stephen Boyd, NFL linebacker (Detroit Lions)
- 1972 Max Wilson, Brazilian racing driver
- 1974 Agustín Pichot, Argentine rugby player
- 1975 Charles C Smith, NBA guard (Miami Heat)
- 1975 Robert Enes, Australian soccer midfielder (Olyroos, Olympics-96)
- 1975 Clint Bolton, Australian footballer
- 1976 Jim Weaver, Northridge California, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)
- 1977 Heiðar Helguson, Icelandic footballer
- 1980 Roland Benschneider, German footballer
- 1980 Nicolas Macrozonaris, French-Canadian track-and-field athlete
- 1981 Alex Holmes, American football player
- 1983 Theo Bos, Dutch cyclist
- 1984 Lee Camp, English footballer