Palmer Y. Collins, age 82 of Batesville, Indiana passed away on Sunday, October 16, 2016 at Arbor Grove Village in Greensburg, IN. The son of William and Ethel Collins was born on January 22, 1934 in Knott County, KY. Over 50 years ago he married Gail ‘Wanda’ Collins in 1964 in Penntown, IN.Palmer worked at Union Furniture for 30 years before going to work for Heart Wood Products where he retired from. He was a farmer at heart, tending to his place for many years, as it was a labor of love. The US Army Veteran enjoyed vacationing especially fishing trips to Canada. A favorite hobby of his was driving around in his 1929 Model A Pick-Up truck. The 1952 Napoleon High School graduate was also known to love his sweets.He will be missed by his loving wife Wanda, 5 nieces, 8 nephews, brothers Ray Collins (Jan), Darol Collins (Toni) and sister Debbie Dieckmann (Glenn).In addition to his parents he is preceded in death by his sisters Sue Guttapfel and Judy Groves, along with his brother-in-law Henry Groves.Visitation will be Tuesday, October 18, 2016 from 5-8pm at Meyers Funeral Home in Batesville. Funeral Services are Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 10:00am at Meyers Funeral Home, Batesville. Rev. Paul Wenning officiating. Burial to follow in the Adams Church Cemetery.Memorials may be given to the Alzheimers Association c/o the funeral home.
The Orange controlled the lead thereafter. They went up 12-11 and won the fourth set 25-21 on another Ebangwese kill. The fifth set was almost all SU. Syracuse ended on an 8-3 run to win 15-9. Once again, Ebangwese recorded the set-ending kill.Despite the hot start for Iowa State, and the cold one for SU, both teams finished with similar hitting percentages. SU got their percentage up to .202 on the match while the Cyclones’ fell to .236.Ebangwese led the way for the Orange with 15 kills while redshirt senior Amber Witherspoon and sophomore Yuliia Yastrub both had 11. Freshman Polina Shemanova, who before the game was on a streak of four straight 20 or more kill games, recorded eight.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse’s next game will be its home opener as the Orange start ACC play against Georgia Tech on Friday at 7 p.m. Comments Published on September 16, 2018 at 4:29 pm Contact Eric: email@example.com In the third game of Syracuse’s (4-4) three-game weekend, SU defeated Iowa State (7-6), 3-2, after coming back from two sets down. The win comes after the Orange beat Wyoming in five sets Friday and dropped a match to Iowa in five sets Saturday.In the first two sets Friday, Syracuse struggled. The Orange recorded a sub .100 in each set, while Iowa State hovered above .300, winning the first and second sets 25-18 and 25-16, respectively. The Orange improved in the third set. It traded the lead with the Cyclones until the score was tied, 20-20. A big kill by senior Santita Ebangwese gave SU a 21-20 lead and SU hung on to win the set 25-22. Facebook Twitter Google+
Published on February 16, 2019 at 4:35 pm Contact Kaci: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments Syracuse knew going into the game against Boston College, it was going to be challenged. Not just because the Eagles are the No. 1 ranked team in the country but because of reigning Tewaaraton Award winner Sam Apuzzo.Apuzzo’s last-second goal against the Orange last season handed SU a 13-12 loss. Two years ago, it was Apuzzo’s five goals and two assists that led Boston College over SU in the first round of the NCAA tournament. She’s an offensive weapon the Orange have seen multiple times before, and one they still haven’t figured out how to stop. In what could be the last time No. 11 Syracuse (2-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) faces a No. 1 Boston College (2-0, 1-0) team led by Apuzzo, the Orange allowed seven goals to the senior attacker, as well as two assists. She helped BC dominate in draw controls —18-10 over SU — and accounted for a third of the won draws. While the defense was successful in the opening 20 minutes, it was unable to contain Apuzzo for the full 60 minutes. “Basically everything about her makes her dangerous,” SU goalie Asa Goldstock said. “She’s so creative.” Syracuse was the first on the board but Apuzzo responded during the Eagles ensuing possession. The defense worked to shut her down for the first 15 minutes of the game as the Orange went on a 7-2 scoring run. Apuzzo didn’t record a shot during the run before she put another goal on the board for the Eagles. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textGait gave the defense credit after the game for its performance in the first half, holding the top-ranked team to two goals in the opening 20 minutes. Goldstock recorded seven saves in the first half, more than double the three saves per game she averaged in SU’s first two matchups. Once Apuzzo scored her second goal, BC was able to go on a three-goal run to end the half and a 6-1 run through most of the second half. “As a player, she’s very shifty.” Alexa Radziewicz said. “We as a unit did very well against her,” Apuzzo’s first goal of the second frame gave BC its first lead, one it would maintain for the final 24 minutes of the game. Dancing the crease near SU’s goal, the attacker swung her stick around her body and shot the ball past Goldstock and into the net. She hit two more before SU was able to retaliate. It was Apuzzo’s ability to catch and shoot that made her a threat to SU’s defense. There were times when she’d be open and a teammate would pass her the ball before anyone in Orange could tell Apuzzo had possession.“We needed to talk a little more,” Radziewicz said. “In that second half they obviously made an adjustment. I think we did really well in the defense we were in but if we had just made a bit of an adjustment then we’d be fine.”Apuzzo dominated in draw control, too. Junior Emily Hawryschuk started the game in the center, lining up against Apuzzo. When the whistle blew, Apuzzo flicked her stick, knocking the ball toward her teammate, giving BC the opening possession. Based on how the draw control is set, players can figure out which direction the ball is most likely going, Hawryschuk said, something Apuzzo was able to take advantage of. Apuzzo won six of BC’s 18 draw controls and helped in the majority of the team’s other 12 controls. The three players that lined up at the draw for SU against her combined for one draw control. After she scored BC’s 14th goal, Syracuse was able to get in two more goals and cut BC’s lead to two with 40 seconds left. It was Apuzzo’s skill during the final draw control that sealed the victory for the Eagles. The whistle blew and she reached her stick up quicky, tipping the ball toward a teammate. BC won its final possession, and held onto the ball to win. “She has the ability to completely fake me out or be everywhere on the field at once,” Goldstock said. “We were trying to find her. She scored seven goals on us. It was really important for us to find her on the field but once we’d find her, two seconds later she’d be on the other side of the field.” Facebook Twitter Google+
(Source: Fena) The national football representation of Bosnia and Herzegovina was defeated in the qualifications for the European Championship 2016 in France.In the first round of the B-group, the football players of Bosnia and Herzegovina were defeated by the selection of Cyprus with the result of 1: 2 (1: 1).On the stadium Bilino Polje in Zenica, BiH led the game in the 6th minute with the goal scored by Vedad Ibisevic. In 45th minute Dimitris Christofi made the result even, and then scored a goal in 73rd minute and brought victory to his team.The match at the stadium “Bilino Polje” was judged by the Ukrainian Jevhen Aranovski and was watched by 11 000 spectators.
Scoil Mhuire Gan Smál in Letterkenny hosted a fancy dress extravaganza last Friday to celebrate the beginning of the spooky season! It was all treats and no tricks at the school as the fancy dress day raised funds for Mary’s Meals, a charity which provides life-changing meals to some of the world’s poorest children every school day.Teachers also showed their ‘true colours’ as new box of crayons was spotted at the school on Friday! L to R – Miss Doherty, Mrs. O’Donnell, Miss Ward and Miss BradleyMs. Harvey’s 3rd ClassMiss Ward’s 3rd ClassPicture Special: No tricks, all treats at Scoil Mhuire Gan Smál! was last modified: October 29th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:HalloweenSCHOOLScoil Mhuire gan Smál