The America East will not allow spectators at competition through January 1. It will be reevaluated as the season gets underway. VESTAL (WBNG) — With basketball season approaching, Binghamton Athletics will offer fans the opportunity to purchase cardboard cutouts to be placed in the Events Center crowd during the season. Cutouts can be purchased at this link for $75. Binghamton’s home opener for conference play is December 19. If an order is made after that date, cutouts will be in place for the following game. Binghamton games will be broadcast on ESPN+ or ESPN 3. Cutouts will be placed in sections (101, 102, 103) that will be visible on TV.
Gary Darrell Huber, age 71 of Batesville, Indiana passed away on Tuesday, September 17, 2019. The son of Howard and Goldie (nee: Stutz) Huber was born on January 24, 1948 at his home in Blue Creek, Indiana. He married Judith (nee: Quick) Huber on June 23, 1973 in St. John Lutheran Church, Hubbles.Gary retired from Batesville Casket Company in 2006. He liked to bowl, fish, hunt and trap shoot, but most of all his passion was being out in the woods cutting wood and hunting in his spare time. His family, kids and grandkids meant so much to him.He is survived by his wife Judith Huber of Batesville, his children; Chris Huber of Batesville, Jennifer Huber of Batesville, Todd Huber of Indianapolis, Sarah Cruz (Julio) of Greensburg; his 6 grandchildren, Lexie, Noelia, Joaquin, Whitney, Austin and Mackenzie; along with his two sisters, Leola Rider of Harrison, OH and Shelvajean Bennett of Aurora, IN.Visitation will be Saturday, September 21, 2019 from 11:00am – 2:00pm with a 2:00pm funeral service all at Meyers Funeral Home in Batesville. Pastor Shawn Crisman will be officiating. Burial will follow at St. John’s Church Cemetery (Huntersville) in Batesville.Memorials may be given to the Phi Beta Psi Sorority c/o the Meyers Funeral Home.
Three years ago, Syracuse’s four current seniors — Gabriela Knutson, Masha Tritou, Libi Mesh and Dina Hegab — traveled to Gainesville, Florida and played in the program’s first NCAA tournament match. Knutson, Mesh and Hegab all won their singles matches as SU overcame a lost doubles point to defeat Georgia State 4-3.This year, they’ll have the opportunity for one more tournament trip, now their third in four years. In Monday night’s NCAA tournament selection show, No. 31 Syracuse (13-12, 5-9 Atlantic Coast) earned a spot in Stanford’s region and plays No. 40 Wisconsin (18-5, 9-2 Big 10) in a first-round matchup on Saturday at noon.Syracuse started off its 2019 campaign with four straight wins, including two in the ITA Kick-Off Weekend against then-No. 9 Michigan and Purdue to clinch the Orange’s first berth in the National Indoor Team Championship in team history. That next week, SU rose to No. 10, its highest ranking ever.But then the inconsistency that plagued the Orange the rest of its season kicked in. SU lost the next four matches, before rebounding to take the following four.Syracuse hasn’t won a doubles point in its last 10 matches — a streak lasting more than a month — and last week head coach Younes Limam split up then-No. 84 Sofya Golubovskaya and Sonya Treshcheva, childhood friends from Russia. Overall, SU has won only nine doubles points this season, three in ACC play.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textStill, the Orange find themselves in the NCAA tournament for the third time in four seasons under Limam. Last year, the Orange lost to Wichita State 4-1 in the first round after Knutson said it would be “embarrassing” if they lost.Wisconsin is led by No. 80 Sara Castellano and No. 123 Lexi Keberle in singles. The Badgers don’t have any ranked doubles pairings.“I think the most important is to make the NCAA and the second goal is probably to show the higher results in ACC championship,” junior transfer Guzal Yusupova said in March. “And then going forward to play NCAA in good shape.”Last Thursday, the Orange practiced outside at the Skytop Tennis Complex for the first time this season. In a few days, they’ll travel more than 2,800 miles to the Taube Tennis Center. Comments Published on April 29, 2019 at 6:48 pm Contact Andrew: [email protected] | @CraneAndrew Facebook Twitter Google+
His response opens up like this:”It’s just really the ultimate of the baseball world as far as we’re concerned. I said to my wife this morning, this kid was 7 years old. I’ve seen him pitch. He’s got a little something on his fastball. And through the years, but, through Little League and just … baseball. It’s just overwhelming experience for us.”He started to make a little more sense after that, saying how the Yankees have stuck with him since drafting him in 2014. But he instantly became a star for Yankees fans watching the game.Joe Harvey’s dad >>>>>>>>>— Bronx Pinstripes (@BronxPinstripes) April 11, 2019OKAY JOE HARVEY’S DAD CHEERING HIM ON IS ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE pic.twitter.com/nMYiNyq5XS— Audra (@audruhhhh) April 11, 2019As for Harvey the pitcher, he had a pretty solid debut. He faced six batters and struck out three while allowing just one hit, one walk and no runs. Maybe if Harvey continues to pitch like this we can get more live interviews with his dad. Joe Harvey made his MLB debut Wednesday night for the Yankees, and thankfully the YES Network was there to interview his dad.Reporter Meredith Marakovits sat in the stands with Harvey’s mom, dad and fiancée to get a sense of what they were going through as Harvey pitched. She asked a simple question to Harvey’s father: “Can you just take me through what it’s like to watch your son in his major league debut?” That’s when papa Harvey stole the show.MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZNFirst of all, major props to Marakovits, who managed to not burst out laughing while Harvey stumbled through all of his responses. Second, this thing went off the rails At no point did the dad manage a single coherent sentence. He was basically a living embodiment of Michael Scott’s famous sentence quote: “Sometimes I’ll start a sentence, and I don’t even know where it’s going. I just hope I find it along the way.”