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Monday August 20….Seton Volleyball vs. Blue River….7:00

Wednesday August 22….Richmond Volleyball vs. Greenfield-Central…7:00

Friday August 24….Richmond Football vs. Lawrence North….6:30

Tuesday August 28….Richmond Volleyball vs. Northeastern….7:00

Monday August 30….Seton Volleyball vs. Hagerstown….7:00

Friday August 31….Earlham Men’s Soccer vs. UC Clermont….3:00

Friday August 31….Richmond Football vs. Indy Tech….6:30

Saturday September 1….Earlham Women’s Soccer vs. Trine….1:00

Saturday September 1….Earlham Football vs. Wilmington…..2:00

Saturday September 1….Earlham Men’s Soccer vs. St. Mary of the Woods….3:30

Sunday September 2….Earlham Women’s Soccer vs. St. Mary’s….1:00

Tuesday September 4….Richmond Volleyball vs. Union County….7:00

Wednesday September 5….Earlham Women’s Soccer vs. Grace Christian….2:30

Wednesday September 5….Earlham Men’s Soccer vs. Wabash….5:00

Thursday September 6….Seton Volleyball vs. Northeastern….7:00

Friday September 7….Earlham Volleyball vs. Wilmington….4:00

Friday September 7…..Earlham Volleyball vs. IU Southeast….8:00

Friday September 7….Richmond Football vs. Muncie Central….6:30

Saturday September 8….Earlham Volleyball vs. Crowley Ridge….10:00

Saturday September 8….Earlham Volleyball vs. Boyce….2:00

Saturday September 8….Earlham Football vs. Hiram….3:00

Saturday September 8….Earlham Men’s soccer vs. Otterbein….3:30

Friday September 14….Richmond Football at Marion….6:30

Friday September 21….Richmond Football vs. McCutcheon….7:00

Monday September 24….Seton Volleyball vs. Tri….7:00

Friday September 28….Richmond Football at Lafayette Jeff…6:30

Friday October 5….Richmond Football vs. Anderson….6:30

Friday October 12….Richmond Football at Kokomo….7:00

RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE AUGUST 18

          HS FOOTBALL-NCC/AREA Richmond 34 Connersville 16 Ben Davis 51 Indy Tech 6 Delta 35 Muncie Central 6 Logansport 62 Peru 0 New Palestine 77 Kokomo 0 West Lafayette 38 Lafayette Jeff 29 Westfield 28 Harrison 16 Yorktown 31 Anderson 9 Marion 47 Huntington North...

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NDY ELEVEN MATCH PREVIEW | #OTTvIND

INDY ELEVEN RELEASE Indy Eleven Gameday & Match Preview Indy Eleven at Ottawa Fury FC - #OTTvIND Saturday, August 18, 2018 – 2:00 P.M. EST TD Place Stadium – Ottawa, Ontario ** WEEK 23 | FIGHTING THE FURY ------------------------------------------------------------...

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INDIANA HS FOOTBALL FRIDAY-WEEK 1

          Adams Central 42, Bellmont 14  Alexandria 27, Wes-Del 8  Angola 31, DeKalb 20  Attica 16, Riverton Parke 0  Avon 44, Plainfield 13  Batesville 40, Jennings Co. 0  Beech Grove 34, Indpls Lutheran 26  Bloomington North 31, Greenwood 15  Bluffton 40, Northfield...

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LINCOLN VOLLEYBALL WINS THURSDAY

The Varsity Lady Eagle Volleyball team defeated Eastern Hancock last night in 4 sets. They won 25-20,25-27,25-19,25-11. Alyssa Vickers had 5kills and 4 blocks. Delanie Russell had 6 kills and 1 block. Kami Laymon had 21 digs and 2 aces. Allie Owens had 13 kills and 1...

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RICHMOND AREA PREP SCHEDULE THIS WEEKEND

            ***ALL GAMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE****   Saturday, August 18… Richmond girls golf at Connersville invitational Richmond cross country – Richmond invitational Richmond boys soccer at Greenfield – Central cup Richmond volleyball at Kokomo invitational...

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TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY AUGUST 17

              1894      The Phillies rout the Colonels at the Philadelphia Baseball Grounds, 29-4. Louisville right-hander John Wadsworth sets a National League record by giving up 28 singles in one game. 1904      Boston American hurler Jesse Tannehill no-hits the...

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NORTHEASTERN VOLLEYBALL DOWNS UNION CITY

            The Lady Knights won an uphill battle Thursday night 3-1 over Union City. They played a scrappy, fast moving third and fourth set. The Lady Knights had a combined 35 kills. Ava Burns led the team with 14 kills and 5 blocks. The team had 11 aces on the...

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WINCHESTER VOLLEYBALL LOSES THURSDAY NIGHT

          Winchester volleyball played Randolph Southern Thursday night. The varsity lost 3-0, 20-25, 18-25, 24-26. Kalista Holt had 8 kills and 5 aces. Riley Helms had 23 assists. Morgan Williams had 15 digs. JV won in 3, 11-25, 25-22, 16-14. Kevalina Davis had 7...

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LINCOLN BOYS TENNIS BEATS NEW CASTLE

        LINCOLN 4 NEW CASTLE 1 RYLAN HUNTLEY (N) DF MATHEW BERRY (L) 6-3, 6-4 MARK COX (L) DF SPENCER STEWART (N) 6-3, 6-2 MICHAEL DALRYMPLE (L) DF JOSH MARTIN (N) 6-1, 6-1 ERICH VERNON & ZACH HALL (L) DF ALEXANDER ABRAMS & GARRETT RUSCH (N) 7-5, 6-7 (7-3), 7-6 (7-5)...

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL STANDINGS AUGUST 17

          American League East Team W L Pct GB Home Road East Central West Last 10 Streak Boston 86 36 .705 - 42 - 15 44 - 21 43 - 15 14 - 8 20 - 10 8 - 2 L 1 NY Yankees 75 46 .620 10.5 42 - 20 33 - 26 27 - 26 19 - 5 19 - 7 6 - 4 L 2 Tampa Bay 62 59 .512 23.5 34 - 24...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE AUGUST 17

          HS GIRLS SOCCER-NCC/AREA Richmond 4 Connersville 2   HS BOYS SOCCER-NCC/AREA Logansport 5 Carroll 2 Zionsville 2 McCutcheon 0   HS BOYS TENNIS Union City 5 Union County 0 Lincoln 4 New Castle 1   HS GIRLS GOLF Richmond 170, Union County 213 Medalist: Jacey...

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LINCOLN VOLLEYBALL OPENS WITH WIN

        LINCOLN RELEASE The Lady Eagle volleyball teams defeated Seton Wednesday night. The Varsity won 25-27,25-9,25-17,25-13. The JV won 25-20,25-20. Both teams are 1-0 on the season. The varsity was led by Emmie Pugh's 12 kills, 11 digs and 2 aces. Laynie Russell...

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UNION CITY CC RESULTS

UNION CITY RELEASE It was a great night for Union City cross country. We may have not won the meet but we are heading in the right direction. The boys team started the meet and with myself being a new coach and a young team you never know what to expect. I was pleased...

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TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY AUGUST 16

              1890      Bill Phillips becomes the first pitcher to allow two grand slams in the same inning, when Tom Burns and Malachi Kittridge both take the Alleghenys' right-hander deep in the same frame of an 18-5 loss to the Chicago Colts. In 1999, Chan Ho Park...

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RICHMOND AREA PREP SCHEDULE THURSDAY

              Richmond girls golf – Union County Richmond boys soccer at Muncie Burris Richmond girls soccer – Connersville Richmond boys tennis – Hagerstown Centerville boys tennis at Randolph Southern Northeastern volleyball at Union City Lincoln volleyball at...

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL STANDINGS AUGUST 16

            American League East Team W L Pct GB Home Road East Central West Last 10 Streak Boston 86 36 .705 - 42 - 15 44 - 21 43 - 15 14 - 8 20 - 10 8 - 2 L 1 NY Yankees 75 45 .625 10 42 - 19 33 - 26 27 - 25 19 - 5 19 - 7 7 - 3 L 1 Tampa Bay 61 59 .508 24 34 - 24 27...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE AUGUST 16

          HS VOLLEYBALL– NCC/AREA Richmond 3 Winchester 1 Red Devils Leaders Varsity stats: Woolridge 7 aces, 11 kills, 10 digs, 1 assist; Morken 1 ace, 4 kills, 7 digs, 25 assists, 1 block; Clark 1 ace, 8 kills, 13 digs, 1 block; Juday 2 aces, 8 digs, 2 assists;...

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SETON BOYS SOCCER DOMINATES CRISPUS ATTUCKS

            Seton Catholic v. Indianapolis Crispus Attucks Seton 9 ICA 2 Home opener for the Cardinals at a soggy Freeman Park saw Sam Brenneke with five while younger brother Will records 15 saves on the other end. Nate Dickman finished with a goal of his own and two...

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2018 CINCINNATI BENGALS SCHEDULE

Sept. 9 at Indianapolis Colts, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Sept. 13 vs. Baltimore Ravens, 8:20 p.m. (NFLN)
Sept. 23 at Carolina Panthers, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Sept. 30 at Atlanta Falcons, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Oct. 7 vs. Miami Dolphins, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Oct. 14 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Oct. 21 at Kansas City Chiefs, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Oct. 28 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Nov. 4 — BYE
Nov. 11 vs. New Orleans Saints, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Nov. 18 at Baltimore Ravens, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Nov. 25 vs. Cleveland Browns, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Dec. 2 vs. Denver Broncos, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Dec. 9 at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m. (CBS)
Dec. 16 vs. Oakland Raiders, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Dec. 23 at Cleveland Browns, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Dec. 30 at Pittsburgh Steelers, 1 p.m. (CBS)

2018 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS SCHEDULE

Sept. 9 vs. Cincinnati Bengals, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Sept. 16 at Washington Redskins, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Sept. 23 at Philadelphia Eagles, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Sept. 30 vs. Houston Texans, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Oct. 4 at New England Patriots, 8:20 PM (FOX/NFLN)
Oct. 14 at New York Jets, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Oct. 21 vs. Buffalo Bills, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Oct. 28 at Oakland Raiders, 4:05 PM (CBS)
Nov. 4 — BYE
Nov. 11 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Nov. 18 vs. Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Nov. 25 vs. Miami Dolphins, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Dec. 2 at Jacksonville Jaguars, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Dec. 9 at Houston Texans, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Dec. 16 vs. Dallas Cowboys, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Dec. 22 or 23 vs. New York Giants, TBD (TBD)
Dec. 30 at Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m. (CBS)

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INDIANA COACH TOM ALLEN TALK AFTER SATURDAY'S WORKOUT

  • 1869 – First international boat race (Thames River) (Oxford beats Harvard).
  • 1894 – Philadelphia Phillies get 36 hits, Sam Thompson hits for cycle beating Louisville 29-4.
  • 1904 – Boston Red Sox’ pitcher Jesse Tannehell no-hits Chicago White Sox, 6-0.
  • 1918 – Samuel Riddle buys Man O’ War race horse for $5,000.
  • 1920 – Ray Chapman, hit in the head by New York Yankees’ Carl Mays’ pitch, dies.
  • 1933 – Lou Gehrig breaks record by playing in his 1,308th straight baseball game.
  • 1938 – Henry Armstrong won his third concurrent boxing championship.
  • 1944 – New York Yankees’ Johnny Lindell ties record with four consecutive doubles in a game.
  • 1948 – Philadelphia Phillies commit 8 errors in a game.
  • 1963 – Jim Hickman becomes the first New York Mets player to hit for the cycle.
  • 1963 – Baltimore Orioles’ Dick Hall retires his 28th consecutive player in relief.
  • 1969 – New York Jets beat New York Giants 37-14 in their first meeting (pre season).
  • 1972 – Philadelphia Phillies’ Steve Carlton wins his 15th straight game.
  • 1973 – At Shea Stadium, 42-year old New York Mets’ outfielder, Willie Mays, hits his 660th and final home run of his career.
  • 1984 – Pete Rose returns to Cincinnati Reds as player-manager (gets two hits).
  • 1985 – Dave Kingman hits his 400th home run.
  • 1988 – Butch Reynolds of USA sets the 400m record (43.29) in Zurich, Switzerland.
  • 1999 – Baltimore Orioles’ pitcher Jesse Orosco sets a major league mark pitching in his 1,072nd game.
  • 2008 – Michael Phelps wins his record eighth gold medal of the Beijing Games, in the 4x100 medley relay, in record time of 3:29.34. Phelps now holds the record for most gold medals at an Olympics event.

THIS DAY IN SPORTS-AUGUST 17, 1920

NEW YORK TIMES

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NEW YORK-The body of Ray Chapman, the Cleveland shortstop, who died early today in St. Lawrence Hospital after being hit in the head by a pitched ball thrown by Carl Mays at the Polo Grounds yesterday afternoon, was taken to his home in Cleveland tonight. A group of baseball fans stood with bared heads at the Grand Central Terminal as the body was taken through the gates to the train. The ball player’s widow, who went with the body, was accompanied by her brother and a friend, Indians Manager Tris Speaker, and Joe Wood, one of the players.

Chapman’s death has cast a tragic spell over the baseball fans of the city, and everywhere the accident was the topic of conversation. Chapman was a true sportsman, a skillful player, and one of the most popular men in the major leagues. And this was to have been his last season in professional baseball. Carl Mays, the Yankees pitcher who threw the ball which felled Chapman, voluntarily went before Assistant District Attorney Joyce and was exonerated of all blame. The game which was to have been played between Cleveland and New York was put over until Thursday and the players of both clubs joined in mourning.

Although there is some bitterness against Mays among some of the Cleveland players, Manager Speaker, in a telephone conversation with Colonel T.L. Huston, part owner of the New York club, said he and his clubmates would do everything in their power to suppress this feeling. “It is the duty of all of us,” said Speaker, “of all the players, not only for the good of the game, but also out of respect to the poor fellow who was killed, to suppress all bitter feeling.”

Chapman died at 4:40 o’clock this morning, following an operation performed by Dr. T.M. Merrigan, surgical director of the institution. Chapman was unconscious after he arrived at the hospital. The operation began at 12:29 o’clock and was completed at 1:44. The blow had caused a depressed fracture in Chapman’s head three and a half inches long. Dr. Merrigan removed a piece of skull about an inch and a half square and found the brain had been so severely jarred that blod clots had formed. The shock of the blow had lacerated the brain not only on the left side of the head where the ball struck but also on the right side where the shock of the blow had forced the brain against the skull, Dr. Merrigan said.

Mays is greatly shocked over the accident. He said he threw a high fast ball at a time when Chapman was crouched over the plate. He thought the ball hit the handle of Chapman’s bat, for he fielded the ball and tossed it to first base. It wasn’t until after that, when he saw Umpire Connelly calling to the stands for a physician, that he realized he had hit Chapman in the head. Manager Miller Huggins of the Yankees believes Chapman’s left foot may have caught in the ground in some manner which prevented him from stepping out of the ball’s way. Manager Huggins explained that batsmen usually had one foot loose and free at just such moments and Chapman had got out of the way of the same kind of pitched balls before.

Although there have been several serious beanings in the major leagues, some of which led to the curtailment of careers, Ray Chapman remains the only player to have been killed by a pitch. Batting helmets, invented in the 50’s, may well have helped to prevent deaths.

 

 

 

 

2018 RICHMOND FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

AUGUST 10…VS. DELTA 7:00 (SCRIMMAGE)

AUGUST 17…AT CONNERSVILLE 7:00

AUGUST 24…VS. LAWRENCE NORTH 7:00

AUGUST 31…AT INDIANAPOLIS TECH 7:00

SEPTEMBER 7…VS. MUNCIE CENTRAL 7:00

SEPTEMBER 14…AT MARION 7:00

SEPTEMBER 21…VS. McCUTCHEON 7:00

SEPTEMBER 28…AT LAFAYETTE JEFF 7:00

OCTOBER 5…VS. ANDERSON 7:00

OCTOBER 12….AT KOKOMO 7:00

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Aug. 30 Northwestern

Sept. 8 Eastern Michigan

Sept. 15 Missouri

Sept. 22 Boston College

Sept. 29 at Nebraska

Oct. 6 OPEN DATE

Oct. 13 at Illinois

Oct. 20 Ohio State

Oct. 27 at Michigan State

Nov. 3 Iowa

Nov. 10 at Minnesota

Nov. 17 Wisconsin

Nov. 24 at Indiana

1988: Butch Reynolds of Akron, Ohio, ran the 400 meters in 43.29 seconds at the International Grand Prix Sportfest in Zurich, breaking the 20-year-old world record of 43.86 set by Lee Evans of the United States at the Mexico City Olympics. Reynolds’s mark stood for 11 years until it was shattered by Michael Johnson at the World Track and Field Championships in Seville, Spain

 

 

 

 

 

Sept. 1 at FIU

Sept. 8 Virginia

Sept. 15 Ball State

Sept. 22 Michigan State

Sept. 29 at Rutgers

Oct. 6 at Ohio State

Oct. 13 Iowa

Oct. 20 Penn State

Oct. 26 at Minnesota

Nov. 3 OPEN DATE

Nov. 10 Maryland

Nov. 17 at Michigan

Nov. 24 Purdue

1938: Henry Armstrong won the world lightweight title in a bloody 15-round split decision over Lou Ambers at Madison Square Garden in New York, becoming the first boxer to hold titles in three different weight classes simultaneously. He also held the welterweight and featherweight crowns. Armstrong retired in 1945 with a record of 145-20-9 with 98 knockouts.

1971      After getting hit by a pitch in the third inning by a Steve Arlin fastball, Ron Hunt takes exception to being plunked again two frames later by the Padres pitcher. The combative Expos second baseman, who will be the only player ejected from the San Diego Stadium contest, shows his displeasure by ripping off backstop Bob Barton’s mask and punching the catcher squarely in the face, igniting a bench-clearing brawl.

Wilma Rudolph

“Winning is great, sure, but if you are really going to do something in life, the secret is learning how to lose. Nobody goes undefeated all the time. If you can pick up after a crushing defeat, and go on to win again, you are going to be a champion someday.”