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SEPTEMBER 20….EARLHAM MEN’S SOCCER VS. WILMINGTON….4:00

SEPTEMBER 22…RICHMOND FOOTBALL AT LOGANSPORT…7:00

SEPTEMBER 22….TEC FOOTBALL, CENTERVILLE AT NORTHEASTERN…7:00

SEPTEMBER 23….EARLHAM WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. MARIETTA….4:00

SEPTEMBER 27….EARLHAM FIELD HOCKEY VS. DENISON….4:30

SEPTEMBER 29….RICHMOND FOOTBALL VS. LAFAYETTE JEFF…6:30

SEPTEMBER 29….TEC FOOTBALL, HAGERSTOWN AT CENTERVILLE…7:00

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1913: Francis Ouimet, a 20-year-old amateur from Brookline, Mass., defeated Harry Vardon and Ted Ray of Britain in a playoff to win the United States Open golf championship. The victory by Ouimet, who had entered the tournament only because it was held in his hometown, sparked a wave of American interest in the British sport. 

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1998: Cal Ripken Jr. removed himself from the Baltimore Orioles’ lineup in the final game of the season at Camden Yards against the Yankees, ending his record streak of consecutive games at 2,632. It was the 38-year old Ripken’s first game off in 16 years. He retired after the 2001 season. 

2017-18 RICHMOND WRESTLING SCHEDULE

          2017-18 RICHMOND WRESTLING SCHEDULE 11.25.2017          10:00am              Lafayette Jeff    11.29.2017          6:30pm                Union County @ RICHMOND HIGH SCHOOL 12.06.2017          6:00pm                Rushville High...

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RHS GIRLS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

        RHS GIRLS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 11.07.2017          7:00pm                Union    11.10.2017          7:30pm                Anderson 11.11.2017          7:30pm                @ East Central 11.14.2017          7:30pm                New...

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RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE RELEASED

        11.16.2017          7:30pm                @ Northeastern              11.22.2017          7:30pm                New Palestine   11.25.2017          7:30pm                @ Jay County 12.01.2017          7:30pm                North Central...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE SEPTEMBER 20

        MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Chicago Cubs 2 Tampa Bay 1 Boston 1 Baltimore 0 (11) NY Yankees 5 Minnesota 2 Toronto 5 Kansas City 2 Oakland 9 Detroit 8 Houston 3 Chicago White Sox 1 Cleveland 6 LA Angels 3 Texas 3 Seattle 1 Philadelphia 6 LA...

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INDIANA HS FOOTBALL POLLS

          Class 6A Ben Davis (21) 5-0 420 1 Ft. Wayne Snider - 5-0 370 3 Valparaiso - 5-0 296 5 Avon - 4-1 226 7 Center Grove - 3-2 208 6 Lawrence Central - 4-1 204 2 Carmel - 3-2 166 8 Warren Central - 2-3 142 4 Lafayette Jeff -     5-0 76 ...

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WEEK SIX HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

          WEEK 6 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE NCC Richmond (0-5) at Logansport (3-2) GAME TIME: 7 pm ET, Berry Stadium. COACHES: Ibrahim Tawfeek, 0-5 in 1st year at Richmond, 10-15 in 3rd year overall. Mike Johnson, 5-10 in 2nd year at Logansport, 219-88...

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TEC FOOTBALL LEADERS WEEK 5

TEC LEADERS PASSING YARDS- MIN 4 GAMES REPORTED Blake Fields, Union County          927 Owen Golliher, Hagerstown         820 Alex Melton, Tri                               425 Dylan Benedict, Centerville          272 Isaiah Jordan-Miller, Winch.        165  ...

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MAC FOOTBALL THIS WEEK

This Week’s MAC Schedule Saturday, September 23 Kent State at Louisville, Noon ET (ACC Regional Sports Network) *Ohio at Eastern Michigan, 2:00 pm ET (ESPN3) *Miami at Central Michigan, 3:30 pm ET (ESPN3) Toledo at Miami (Fla.), 3:30 pm ET (ACC Regional Sports Net.)...

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BIG 10 FOOTBALL THIS WEEK

        Big Ten play resumes this weekend, with three conference matchups highlighting a seven-game slate. Rutgers will visit Nebraska, while Michigan travels to Purdue and Penn State heads to Iowa in the Big Ten opener for all six schools. Four...

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SETON JV FINISHES 4TH

Seton's JV volleyball team participated in the Tri High JV Invitational on Saturday September 16th and ended the day in 4th place. They fell short in two sets to Monroe Central, but beat Tri in two sets putting them at second in their pool play. They played Wes Del...

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BIG 10 FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

        Offensive Player of the Week Alex Hornibrook, Wisconsin So., QB, West Chester, Pa./Malvern Prep •              Set the Wisconsin single-game completion percentage record, going 18-for-19 (94.7 percent) in the Badgers’ victory at BYU...

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NFL: SEVEN FROM SUNDAY – WEEK 2

          New England quarterback TOM BRADY completed 30 of 39 passes (76.9 percent) for 447 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions for a 139.6 passer rating in the Patriots’ 36-20 win at New Orleans. Brady has 52 career games with...

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1982: The N.F.L. players’ union announced the first in-season strike in the 63-year history of the league for a share of the league’s new $2.1 billion five-year television deal. The work stoppage lasted 57 days and reduced the season from 16 games to 9. One thing the union won was the right to obtain copies of all player contracts; previously, salary figures had been anybody’s guess.

2017 NFL SCHEDULE

WEEK 3
Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017
Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers 8:25 p.m. NFLN
Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017
Baltimore Ravens at Jacksonville Jaguars (London) 9:30 a.m. TBD
Denver Broncos at Buffalo Bills 1 p.m. CBS
New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers 1 p.m. Fox
Pittsburgh Steelers at Chicago Bears 1 p.m. CBS
Atlanta Falcons at Detroit Lions 1 p.m. Fox
Cleveland Browns at Indianapolis Colts 1 p.m. CBS
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Minnesota Vikings 1 p.m. Fox
Houston Texans at New England Patriots 1 p.m. CBS
Miami Dolphins at New York Jets 1 p.m. CBS
New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles 1 p.m. Fox
Seattle Seahawks at Tennessee Titans 4:05 p.m. Fox
Cincinnati Bengals at Green Bay Packers 4:25 p.m. CBS
Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers 4:25 p.m. CBS
Oakland Raiders at Washington Redskins 8:30 p.m. NBC
Monday, Sept. 25, 2017
Dallas Cowboys at Arizona Cardinals 8:30 p.m. ESPN

 

WEEK 4
Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017
Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers 8:25 p.m. CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017
New Orleans Saints at Miami Dolphins (London) 9:30 a.m. Fox
Buffalo Bills at Atlanta Falcons 1 p.m. CBS
Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens 1 p.m. CBS
Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns 1 p.m. CBS
Los Angeles Rams at Dallas Cowboys 1 p.m. Fox
Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans 1 p.m. CBS
Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings 1 p.m. Fox
Carolina Panthers at New England Patriots 1 p.m. Fox
Jacksonville Jaguars at New York Jets 1 p.m. CBS
San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals 4:05 p.m. Fox
Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Chargers 4:05 p.m. Fox
New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4:05 p.m. Fox
Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos 4:25 p.m. CBS
Indianapolis Colts at Seattle Seahawks 8:30 p.m. NBC
Monday, Oct. 2, 2017
Washington Redskins at Kansas City Chiefs 8:30 p.m. ESPN

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

SEPTEMBER 20

  • 1902 – Chicago White Sox’ pitcher Jim Callahan no-hits Detroit Tigers, 3-0.
  • 1907 – Pittsburgh Steelers’ pitcher Nick Maddox no-hits Brooklyn Dodgers, 2-1.
  • 1908 – Chicago White Sox’ pitcher Frank Smith’s second no-hitter, beats Philadelphia Phillies 1-0.
  • 1911 – New York Yankees set team record 12 errors in a double header.
  • 1933 – Pittsburgh Pirates play first NFL game, lose 23-2.
  • 1942 – Gunther Hagg becomes world champion of all records from 1500m to 5000m.
  • 1948 – Mexican Baseball league disbands.
  • 1951 – Ford Frick elected commissioner of Major League Baseball.
  • 1954 – Roger Bannister awarded Britain’s Silver Pears Trophy.
  • 1958 – Baltimore Orioles’ knuckler Hoyt Wilhelm no-hits New York Yankees 1-0.
  • 1961 – After 84 1/3 innings Bill Fischer gives up a base on balls.
  • 1961 – New York Yankees’ Roger Maris hits home run number 59 and barely misses number 60 in game 154 of the season. New York Yankees clinch pennant 26.
  • 1968 – Mickey Mantle hits his 536th and final home run of his major league baseball career, during a 4-3 loss to the Chicago Red Sox at the Yankee Stadium.
  • 1969 – Pittsburgh Pirates’ pitcher Bob Moose throws no-hitter at Shea Stadium defeating the New York Mets, 4-0.
  • 1973 – Billy Jean King beats Bobby Riggs 6-4, 6-3, 6-3 in “The Battle of the Sexes” tennis match at the Houston Astrodome. Global TV audience estimated at 50 million. The winner collected $100,000.
  • 1973 – Willie Mays announces retirement at end of 1973 season.
  • 1980 – Plaque dedicated in Thurman Munson’s memory at Yankee Stadium.
  • 1980 – Spectacular Bid runs in Belmont alone as three horses drop out.
  • 1981 – Joe Danelo kicks New York Giants’ record 55-yard field goal.
  • 1983 – 3,112 turn out to see the Pittsburgh Pirates play the New York Mets at Shea Stadium.
  • 1986 – Wichita State Shockers blow a 35-3 lead; lose 36-35 to Morehead State.
  • 1987 – Alain Prost wins record 28th Formula one auto race.
  • 1987 – Walter Payton scores NFL record 107th rushing touchdown.
  • 2005 – In the USA, the NFL sees the groundbreaking ceremony for two new stadiums, the Indianapolis Colts’ Lucas Oil Stadium and the Dallas Cowboys’ temporarily named Dallas Cowboys New Stadium.
  • 2006 – American League East baseball title won by New York Yankees.

1937

Homer Marshman was granted a Cleveland franchise, named the Rams, February 12. Marshall moved the Redskins to Washington, D.C., February 13. The Redskins signed TCU All-America tailback Sammy Baugh, who led them to a 28-21 victory over the Bears in the NFL Championship Game, December 12.

The Los Angeles Bulldogs had an 8-0 record to win the AFL title, but then the 2-year-old league folded.

1938

At the suggestion of Halas, Hugh (Shorty) Ray became a technical advisor on rules and officiating to the NFL. A new rule called for a 15-yard penalty for roughing the passer.

Rookie Byron (Whizzer) White of the Pittsburgh Pirates led the NFL in rushing. The Giants defeated the Packers 23-17 for the NFL title, December 11.

Marshall, Los Angeles Times sports editor Bill Henry, and promoter Tom Gallery established the Pro Bowl game between the NFL champion and a team of pro all-stars.

1939

The New York Giants defeated the Pro All-Stars 13-10 in the first Pro Bowl, at Wrigley Field, Los Angeles, January 15.

Carr, NFL president since 1921, died in Columbus, May 20. Carl Storck was named acting president, May 25.

An NFL game was televised for the first time when NBC broadcast the Brooklyn Dodgers-Philadelphia Eagles game from Ebbets Field to the approximately 1,000 sets then in New York.

Green Bay defeated New York 27-0 in the NFL Championship Game, December 10 at Milwaukee. NFL attendance exceeded 1 million in a season for the first time, reaching 1,071,200.

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

Chicago Cubs 2 Tampa Bay 1

Boston 1 Baltimore 0 (11)

NY Yankees 5 Minnesota 2

Toronto 5 Kansas City 2

Oakland 9 Detroit 8

Houston 3 Chicago White Sox 1

Cleveland 6 LA Angels 3

Texas 3 Seattle 1

Philadelphia 6 LA Dodgers 2

Milwaukee 1 Pittsburgh 0

St. Louis 8 Cincinnati 7 (10)

Miami 5 NY Mets 4 (10)

Washington 4 Atlanta 2

San Diego 6 Arizona 2

San Francisco 4 Colorado 3

HS GIRLS SOCCER

Richmond 8 Anderson 0

HS BOYS SOCCER

Richmond 0 Anderson 0

Lawrenceburg 2 Franklin County 0

HS VOLLEYBALL

Lincoln 3 Connersville 2

Centerville 3 Winchester 1

Franklin Country 3 Northeastern 1

Twin Valley South 3 National Trail 0

HS BOYS GOLF

National Trail 208 Mississinewa Valley 0

HS GIRLS TENNIS

Milton Union 3 Eaton 2

HS BOYS TENNIS

Northeastern 3 Winchester 2

Union City 3 Hagerstown 2

HS CROSS COUNTRY-GIRLS @ CONNERSVILLE INVITE

  1. East Central 46
  2. Rushville 81
  3. Union County 98
  4. Centerville 131
  5. Delta 132
  6. Franklin County 141
  7. Seton Catholic 162
  8. Hagerstown 211
  9. Connersville 224

HS CROSS COUNTRY – BOYS @ CONNERSVILLE INVITE

  1. Hagerstown 64
  2. East Central 67
  3. Delta 112
  4. Seton 132
  5. Lincoln 154
  6. Muncie Central 155
  7. Rushville 172
  8. Union County 239
  9. Centerville 240
  10. Franklin County 243

WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS

Earlham 8 Muskingum 1

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.

SEPTEMBER 20

  • 1873 Robert D Wrenn, tennis champ (US Open – 1893)
  • 1873 Ferenc Szisz, Hungarian race car driver (d. 1944)
  • 1889 Charles Reidpath, American athlete (d. 1975)
  • 1910 Jacques-Baptise LeBrun, France, finn yachtsman (Olympic-gold-1932)
  • 1917 [Arnold] Red Auerbach, NBA coach/GM (Boston Celtic), born in Brooklyn, New York
  • 1933 Dennis Viollet, English former footballer (d. 1999)
  • 1935 David Pegg, English footballer (d. 1958)
  • 1938 Tom Tresh, NY Yankee (1962 AL Rookie of Year)
  • 1949 John W. Henry, American businessman and owner of sports teams
  • 1951 Guy Lafleur, Canadian NHL right wing (Montreal, NY Rangers), born in Thurso, Quebec
  • 1954 Silvio Leonard, Cienguegos Cuba, 100m runner (Olympic-silver-1980)
  • 1954 Henry Samueli, American NHL team owner
  • 1957 Arn Anderson, [Marty Lunde], wrestler (ECW/SMW/WCW/NWA/WWF)
  • 1957 Vladmir Tkachenko, USSR, basketball (Olympic-bronze-1980)
  • 1958 Marty Schiene, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Illinois Open), born in Chicago, Illinois
  • 1959 Lesley Thompson, rower (Olympics-gold-92, 96), born in Toronto, Ontario
  • 1960 Alice Regina Brown, Jackson MS, 4X100 runner (Olympic-gold-1984, 88)
  • 1961 Becky Larson, LPGA golfer
  • 1961 Erwin Koeman, soccer player (PSV, FC Groningen)
  • 1967 Catherine Bond-Mills, Woodstock Ontario, heptathlete (Olympics-96)
  • 1967 Martin Harrison, NFL defensive end (Minnesota Vikings)
  • 1968 Chris Waller, Evanston Ill, gymnast (Olympics-96)
  • 1968 Eric Turner, NFL safety (Cleveland Browns)
  • 1969 Tommy Jeter, NFL defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)
  • 1969 Megumi Kudo, Japanese pro-wrestler
  • 1969 Richard Witschge, former Dutch footballer
  • 1970 John Copeland, NFL defensive end (Cin Bengals)
  • 1971 Andrew Lane, Australian rower (Olympics-96)
  • 1971 Henryk Larsson, soccer player (Feyenoord)
  • 1971 Jenny Murdock, LPGA golfer
  • 1971 Ryan Terry, NFL running back/kick returner (Arizona Cardinals)
  • 1972 Jenny Morris, Maryborough Australia, field hockey fullback (Oly-96)
  • 1972 Vance Joseph, NFL cornerback/safety (NY Jets)
  • 1973 Ronald McKinnon, National Football League linebacker
  • 1975 Juan Pablo Montoya, Colombian race car driver
  • 1976 Markus Wieland, Tegernsee GER, hockey player (Team Germany 1998)
  • 1977 Ruth Moniz, NSW Australia, gymnast (Olympics-96)
  • 1978 Sophie Simard, Lars Germany, swimmer (Olympics-96)
  • 1978 T.J. Tucker, American baseball player
  • 1978 Dante Hall, American football player
  • 1979 Sean Davis, English footballer
  • 1980 Vladimir Karpets, Russian cyclist
  • 1981 Feliciano López, Spanish tennis player
  • 1981 Jordan Tata, American baseball player
  • 1983 Ángel Sánchez, Puerto Rican baseball player