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Friday August 17….Richmond Football at Connersville….6:30

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 6

          MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL LA Dodgers 3 Houston 2 Cleveland 4 LA Angels 3 Chicago White Sox 8 Tampa Bay 7 Minnesota 6 Kansas City 5 Baltimore 9 Texas 6 Oakland 6 Detroit 0 Seattle 6 Toronto 3 Boston 5 NY Yankees 4 (10) Atlanta 5 NY Mets 4 (10) Washington 2...

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2018 TEC FOOTBALL WATCH LIST

          2018 TEC FOOTBALL WATCH LIST  QB Blake Fields, Union County QB Isiah Loftis, Northeastern QB/DB Jacob Ervin, Lincoln QB Noah Snodgrass, Hagerstown QB/DB Cole Campbell, Winchester RB Mason Hicks, Hagerstown RB Jeremiah Holder, Lincoln RB/LB Chris Pritchett,...

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TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY AUGUST 5

              1901      Burt Hart punches John Haskell and will be banned for life as a result of his assault on the umpire. The Orioles' first baseman will play only a total of 58 games in his major league career. 1921      Pittsburgh's radio station KDKA provides...

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL STANDINGS AUGUST 5

          American League East Team W L Pct GB Home Road East Central West Last 10 Streak Boston 78 34 .696 - 41 - 15 37 - 19 36 - 14 14 - 8 20 - 10 7 - 3 W 3 NY Yankees 68 41 .624 8.5 38 - 16 30 - 25 26 - 23 16 - 5 16 - 6 4 - 6 L 4 Tampa Bay 56 55 .505 21.5 32 - 22...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE AUGUST 5

          MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Houston 14 LA Dodgers 0 Boston 4 NY Yankees 1 Chicago White Sox 2 Tampa Bay 1 Cleveland 3 LA Angels 0 Minnesota 8 Kansas City 2 Texas 3 Baltimore 1 Oakland 2 Detroit 1 Toronto 5 Seattle 1 Cincinnati 7 Washington 1 Washington 6...

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TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY AUGUST 4

              1908      In Brooklyn, the last-place Cardinals blank the Brooklyn Superbas (Dodgers), 3-0. The entire Washington Park contest is played with just one ball. 1910      In one of baseball's all-time classic pitching duels, A's Jack Coombs and White Sox...

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL STANDINGS AUGUST 4

          American League East Team W L Pct GB Home Road East Central West Last 10 Streak Boston 77 34 .694 - 40 - 15 37 - 19 35 - 14 14 - 8 20 - 10 7 - 3 W 2 NY Yankees 68 40 .630 7.5 38 - 16 30 - 24 26 - 22 16 - 5 16 - 6 5 - 5 L 3 Tampa Bay 56 54 .509 20.5 32 - 21...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE AUGUST 4

          MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Houston 2 LA Dodgers 1 Boston 4 NY Yankees 1 LA Angels 7 Cleveland 4 Chicago White Sox 3 Tampa Bay 2 (10) Texas 11 Baltimore 3 Minnesota 6 Kansas City 4 Oakland 1 Detroit 0 (13) Toronto 7 Seattle 2 Cincinnati and Washington postponed...

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INDY ELEVEN MATCH PREVIEW | #LOUvIND

          INDY ELEVEN RELEASE Indy Eleven Gameday & Match Preview Indy Eleven at Louisville City FC - #LOUvIND Sunday, August 5, 2018 – 5:00 P.M. EST Louisville Slugger Stadium – Louisville, Kentucky Watch/Listen Live: * Local/National TV: MyINDY 23 * Streaming Video:...

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL STANDINGS AUGUST 3

          American League East Team W L Pct GB Home Road East Central West Last 10 Streak Boston 76 34 .691 - 39 - 15 37 - 19 34 - 14 14 - 8 20 - 10 7 - 3 W 1 NY Yankees 68 39 .636 6.5 38 - 16 30 - 23 26 - 21 16 - 5 16 - 6 5 - 5 L 2 Tampa Bay 56 53 .514 19.5 32 - 20...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE AUGUST 3

          NFL PRE—SEASON Baltimore 17 Chicago 16   MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Tampa Bay 4 LA Angels 2 Chicago White Sox 6 Kansas City 4 Boston 15 NY Yankees 7 Texas 17 Baltimore 8 St. Louis 3 Colorado 2 Washington 10 Cincinnati 4 Philadelphia 5 Miami 2 Atlanta 4 NY Mets 2...

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TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY AUGUST 3

              1969      Rich Reese's pinch-hit grand slam in the seventh inning helps the Twins beat the Orioles and Dave McNally at Metropolitan Stadium, 5-2. The defeat is the southpaw's first loss of the season, ending his fifteen-game winning streak. 1975     ...

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2018 Preseason Amway Coaches Poll

2018 Preseason Amway Coaches Poll Alabama (61) Clemson (2) Ohio State (1) Georgia Oklahoma Washington Wisconsin Miami (Fla.) Penn State Auburn Notre Dame Michigan State Stanford Michigan USC TCU Virginia Tech Mississippi State Florida State West Virginia Texas Boise...

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HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS GOLF SUMMARY WEDNESDAY

RICHMOND RELEASE Richmond got off to a rough start on their first couple of holes, but managed to pull it together for the win. It was a long night, especially on the greens as Forrest Hills was playing as a true challenge for both teams. The Red Devils was lead by...

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TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY AUGUST 2

              1906   The White Sox, with their 3-0 victory over Boston at Chicago's South Side Park, begin an American League record 19-game winning streak. In this century, the 'Hitless Wonders' streak will be equaled only by the 1947 Yankees. 1907      Senators'...

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL STANDINGS AUGUST 2

          American League East Team W L Pct GB Home Road East Central West Last 10 Streak Boston 75 34 .688 - 38 - 15 37 - 19 33 - 14 14 - 8 20 - 10 6 - 4 L 1 NY Yankees 68 38 .642 5.5 38 - 16 30 - 22 26 - 20 16 - 5 16 - 6 6 - 4 L 1 Tampa Bay 55 53 .509 19.5 31 - 20...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE AUGUST 2

          MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Detroit 7 Cincinnati 4 Baltimore 7 NY Yankees 5 Cleveland 2 Minnesota 0 Oakland 8 Toronto 3 Houston 8 Seattle 3 Tampa Bay 7 LA Angels 2 Kansas City 10 Chicago White Sox 5 Washington 5 NY Mets 3 Miami at Atlanta postponed Chicago Cubs 9...

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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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BENGALS COACH MARVIN LEWIS TALKS ABOUT WIN OVER BEARS

INDIANA COACH TOM ALLEN TALK AFTER SATURDAY'S WORKOUT

NOTRE DAME FOOTBALL COACH BRAIN KELLY ON CULVER CAMP

  • 1867 – In New York, horse Dexter runs the mile in harness in 2:17.75, a record.
  • 1874 – Horse Gloster trots the mile in harness in 2:17 minutes, a record.
  • 1919 – New York Yankees’ Muddy Ruel hits into a triple-play.
  • 1932 – Games of the X Olympiad at Los Angeles closes.
  • 1936 – First Olympic basketball game (Berlin).
  • 1937 – Detroit Tigers score 36 runs in double header versus Saint Louis Browns.
  • 1939 – First night games at Comiskey Park (Chicago White Sox 5, Saint Louis Browns 2).
  • 1947 – Mildred Babe Didrikson Zaharias gives up amateur status for $300,000.
  • 1948 – Games of the XIV Olympiad in London closes.
  • 1958 – Canadian Football League plays first game (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 29, Edmonton Eskimos 21).
  • 1958 – Cleveland Indians’ Vic Power steals home twice in one game.
  • 1959 – American Football League (AFL) is organized with New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Denver, and Houston.
  • 1965 – Continental Football League plays first games.
  • 1969 – New York Mets fall 9.5 games back (later to win the pennant).
  • 1971 – Saint Louis Cardinals’ Bob Gibson no-hits Pittsburgh Pirates, 11-0.
  • 1973 – Johnny Unitas files US$725,000 suit against Baltimore Colts.
  • 1977 – 77,691 see New York Cosmos beat Fort Lauderdale Strikers 8-3 at Giant Stadium.
  • 1981 – George Foster hits his 8th home run into the red seats at Riverfront.
  • 1982 – With his 12,365th career at-bat, Philadelphia Phillies’ Pete Rose passes Hank Aaron to become the all-time leader of plate appearances.
  • 1986 – Philadelphia Phillies and Pittsburgh Pirates play a six-game series in four days.
  • 1990 – California Angels’ Louis Palonia is 74th to hit an inside the park grandslam.
  • 1990 – Denver votes for a 1 percent sales tax to pay for a baseball franchise.
  • 1992 – Nigel Mansell wins the 1992 Formula One World Drivers Championship.

THIS DAY IN SPORTS-AUGUST 14, 1903

NEW YORK TIMES

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SAN FRANCISCO-James Jeffries, holder of the title of heavyweight champion of the world, made secure his claim to first place in the pugilistic world by defeating James J. Corbett, the former champion, after ten rounds of fast and fierce fighting in the Mechanics’ Pavilion here to-night. Ten thousand men seated about the arena saw the fight, the crowd representing an expenditure for seats aggregating $34,000. This was the largest crowd ever assembled at a ringside in this country, and the third largest sum in dollars and cents ever contested for. The two that exceeded it in receipts were the Corbett‚Jeffries fight at Coney Island, $66,000, and the Corbett‚McCoy fight at Madison Square Garden, New York, $63,000. The fight by the final four rounds:

Round 7. Corbett used his feet to good advantage at this stage. He tried to use his once lightning left, but it was a lame excuse. He came in quickly and sent his right to the heart, but Jeffries came back with a left on the body. Corbett was holding on saying: “He can’t knock me out. He can’t knock me out. Go on, Jim, see if you can knock me out.” Corbett took a left on the head, and an uppercut to the chin. Corbett was fighting faster on his feet, using his fancy boxing tactics, but they were of no use against his burly opponent.

Round 8. Corbett staggered Jeffries with a left to the nose and half a dozen lefts and rights on Jeffries’s face, which he accepted pleasantly. Corbett endeavored to stab Jeffries in the eyes, but thus far his blows had not raised a bump. Corbett fought cleverly, sending in half a dozen lefts and rights on the jaw. He seemed to improve 100 per cent, and the great crowd was in a state of wild excitement. They cheered him to the echo. This was Corbett’s round. He had changed his style and was using some of his old-time cleverness in ducking and blocking.

Round 9. Jeffries came at Corbett with a rush. Corbett’s left cheek showed a lump from one of Jeffries’s close-arm blows.

Round 10. Jeffries stood straight up and came after his man without hesitation Corbett seemed to be making a waiting fight. They exchanged lefts to the face and Jeffries made a vicious effort. Jeffries sent a left hook to the stomach and Corbett went down for nine seconds. He got up and received a left in the stomach and a right on the jaw. He went down, and after the count of seven Tommy Ryan threw up the sponge. Corbett was suffering pain and a chair was brought for him. After a minute’s rest he recovered and got up and shook hands with Jeffries.

James Jeffries held the heavyweight championship from 1899 to ’05, successfully defending it seven times. He retired as champion but came back at age 35 as the “Great White Hope” against Jack Johnson in 1910.

 

 

 

 

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

1936: The United States won the first Olympic basketball tournament at the Berlin Games, defeating Canada, 19-8. The game was played on a tennis court of clay and sand under intolerable conditions-a driving rainstorm that turned the footing to a sea of mud. “College Joe” Fortenberry and three others from McPherson, Kan., accounted for all but 1 of the points for the United States, which won 63 straight Olympic games until beaten by the Soviet Union in 1972.

 

 

 

 

 

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

1959: The American Football League was formed with six franchises to be awarded to Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis‚St. Paul, Denver, New York and Los Angeles. The Minnesota team never materialized, and Boston, Buffalo and Oakland were added. The eight teams began play in 1960 and were called, in order, the Texans (now Kansas City Chiefs), Oilers (Tennessee Titans), Broncos, Titans (now Jets), Chargers (now Los Angeles), Patriots (New England), Bills and Raiders.

1971      Bob Gibson doesn’t allow a hit when the Cardinals beat the Pirates, 11-0, the largest margin of victory ever in franchise history for a no-hitter. The first no-hitter in Pittsburgh in 64 years, and the first in the year-old Three Rivers Stadium, is made possible thanks to outstanding defensive plays made by outfielder Jose Cruz and third baseman Joe Torre.

 

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.”