Batesville defeats Franklin County 5-0 in Varsity Tennis action and5-0 at the Junior Varsity level.No. 1 singles – Lydia Olsen def. Jodi Barnes 4-6, 6-4 and 6-2No. 2 singles – Sarah Hoseus def. Lauren Mohr 6-1, 6-0No. 3 singles – Ally Ritter def. Mallory Stewart 6-3, 6-0No. 1 doubles – Brooke Bradford/Kelli Hartman def. Audrey Brack/TanaStang 6-0, 6-0No. 2 doubles – Karsen Worthington/Macy Simon def. OliviaFledderman/Samantha Apsley 6-0, 6-1Winning junior varsity matches were Erin Longstreth, Gabby Cooper andGrace Heppner in singles. Doubles winners were Anna Kick/Julia Hunterand Jenna Harmeyer/Alana Pinckley.Submitted by Batesville Coach Bryan Helvie.
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PITTSBURGH — After a six-point lead disappeared midway through the first half, never again did Syracuse (16-10, 8-5 Atlantic Coast) have an advantage over Pittsburgh (14-11, 3-9) in an 80-75 loss on the road Saturday. The Panthers halted the Orange’s five-game winning streak, and SU will now be pressed a little harder to fill out its NCAA Tournament resume in the final five games of the season.Here’s three things we learned from Syracuse’s loss.Pittsburgh’s ability to switch defenders limited the Orange’s 3-point shootersAgainst one of the worst teams in the ACC at defending 3-pointers, it was odd to see Syracuse, one of the conference’s best 3-point shooting teams, bury only one shot behind the arc in the first half. And before a late-game revival, SU was shooting only 24 percent from 3 at one point.After the game, Syracuse players explained at least part of the root of its struggles from deep. When big men like Tyler Lydon or Taurean Thompson set a screen around the basket, ideally freeing up a Tyus Battle or Andrew White to scamper into open space behind the arc, the Panthers keyed in on the strategy by switching defenders effectively.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSo if the defender on White, for example, ran into Thompson’s screen, than Thompson’s defender would immediately cover White. That left for fewer opportunities behind the arc, even if head coach Jim Boeheim was pleased with most of the looks his team got.“Andrew (White) just had a tough time getting open on screens like that,” Battle said. “They played some pretty good defense, our offense just wasn’t clicking.”Thompson playing in foul trouble is a consistent realityIt didn’t take longer than one defensive possession for Thompson to commit his first foul of the game. He bumped Jamel Artis under the basket, not a significant amount of contact, but enough to draw a foul he wouldn’t take long to regret. The freshman forward accumulated three fouls into the early minutes of the second half, resulting in a 12-minute stay on the bench.Thompson sat alone in his locker room chair after the game, quietly lamenting another night he couldn’t give all he’s capable of because of foul trouble. It’s become a recurring theme, and a potentially fatal blow to SU’s NCAA Tournament hopes, given that Roberson’s eight-point, five-rebound game is “about what he does,” according to Boeheim.“I gotta stop getting into foul trouble,” Thompson said, “because on the court I feel like I’m an offensive threat and I open up shooters. I just have to do a better job staying on the court.”Syracuse’s perimeter defense hasn’t gotten much betterThroughout the season, Syracuse has allowed big performances from opponents’ best 3-point threats. It occurred again on Saturday afternoon as Pittsburgh’s Cameron Johnson went 6-for-8 from behind the arc. The rest of the Panthers went 2-of-10 overall from deep, but Johnson’s damage was enough to make a difference.MORE COVERAGEThe Final Word: Syracuse falls at Pittsburgh, 80-75Graphical breakdown of Syracuse’s 80-75 loss at PittsburghLimited minutes for Thompson and Battle sting Syracuse in 80-75 loss to PittsburghTyler Lydon held to only 8 points in Syracuse’s 80-75 loss at PittsburghGallery: Syracuse loses to Pittsburgh, 80-75 In conference games only, Syracuse entered the weekend with a 3-point field-goal percentage defense of 40.7, ranking 12th in the ACC. The problem that hurt Syracuse against Notre Dame (V.J. Beachem), North Carolina State (Maverick Rowan) and Virginia (Kyle Guy) cropped up once again.Johnson delivered a pivotal punch with 2 minutes and 50 seconds remaining as he nailed a 3-pointer from the right wing. He spun around, yelled and looked up toward the Petersen Events Center rafters. Pittsburgh held a late 10-point lead that it wouldn’t relinquish.“We didn’t find him. He’s a good shooter, we know that,” Boeheim said. “We can’t give him open shots. We’ve done that pretty much throughout the whole year. We’ve let the best shooter on the other team get too many looks. That’s a reason we’re struggling this year.” Comments Published on February 11, 2017 at 6:53 pm Contact Connor: firstname.lastname@example.org | @connorgrossman Facebook Twitter Google+
Florida’s unemployment system has been widely criticized for its difficulty in filing claims and also for delays in getting payments. The U.S. Department of Labor reported Thursday that 221,905 new jobless claims were filed in Florida last week, up a quarter from the 174,860 claims filed the previous week. According to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity’s website, almost 2 million Floridians who have filed for unemployment benefits since the unofficial start of the coronavirus crisis March 15. The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity reported Wednesday that it had 1.9 million claims for state or federal relief, and confirmed about 1.4 million of those as unique, not duplicate applications. The latest report, covering efforts through Tuesday and posted Wednesday, shows Florida still is rejecting just over 30% of all processed claims. Nationally, just under 3 million more new unemployment claims were tallied last week. That’s a decrease of almost 200,000 compared to new claims reported the previous week. Florida has paid some form of unemployment compensation to nearly half of the claimants confirmed, according to the most recent state unemployment claims reports. Since mid-March, 36.4 million Americans have filed new claims, according to the Department of Labor’s reports. Another 221,000 Floridians filed for unemployment benefits last week, even as restaurants and retail shops started reopening with limitations for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic forced the shuttering of businesses around the state. Over the past few weeks, the Department of Labor had logged 174,860 new Florida claims during week ending May 2, 433,103 for week ending April 25, and 506,670 for week ending April 17.
Odom was hired in 2015 following Gary Pinkel’s retirement after 15 years due to health issues. Originally joining the staff in 2003 as a graduate assistant, Odom was elevated to safeties coach in 2009 and then defensive coordinator in 2012. It was announced last week that Missouri’s appeal for its postseason ban was denied by the NCAA after it was discovered in January that a tutor helped Missouri football, baseball and softball players complete their coursework.The Tigers started the season 5-1 but had lost five consecutive games by an average of 15.4 points before defeating Arkansas 24-14 on Friday. Missouri has fired football coach Barry Odom after four seasons, according to reports Saturday.Odom finishes his Tigers tenure with a 25-25 win-loss record, helping Missouri to bowl appearances in 2017 and 2018. MORE: College football schedule Week 14: What games are on today?