Richard W. Newman

first_imgRichard W. Newman, 85 of Moores Hill, passed away at Dearborn County Hospital Tuesday November 22, 2016.  Richard was born Wednesday September 23, 1931 in KY the son of Fred and Loretta (Schweitzer) Newman. He married Evelyn (Weisenberger) Newman September 22, 1951 and she survives.Richard was an Army Veteran during the Korean conflict.  He was a union heavy equipment operator for over 40 years. Richard enjoyed camping, driving his tractor, loved attending his church, and in his earlier years being a Boy Scout Leader, and spending time with his family.Richard is survived by wife: Evelyn Newman of Moores Hill; Sons: Timothy (Freida) Newman of Milan; Ricky C. Newman of Moores Hill; brother: Frank Newman of Cincinnati, OH; sister: Diana Taylor of Cincinnati, Ohio. 8 Grandchildren, many Great- Grandchildren, several Great-Great- Grandchildren.    He was preceded in death by his parents, and one sister, Lola Schwab.Funeral service will be 11 AM Saturday November 26, 2016 at Grace BaptistChurch in Milan with Pastor Charles Miller officiating.  Burial will be at 1:30PM at Arlington Memorial Gardens Cemetery, 2145 Compton Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45231. Visitation will be 9-11AM Saturday also at the church. Memorials may be given to Grace Baptist Church.  Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, Box 243 Milan, IN 47031.  (812)654-2141.  Go to to leave an online condolence message for the family.last_img read more

In Sympathy

first_imgHuddle Up sends sympathy to long-time Batesville High School announcer, Bill Hisrich and his family, in the loss of their wife, mother, and grandmother.  Marty Hisrich was not only a friend of Sally & I, but she was also a 1958 classmate of yours truly.Many of you may remember going to the Hisrich household for meals as they were generous to BHS athletic teams through the years.  Bill is still volunteering his time to Batesville athletics announcing games.  We hope his health allows him to continue this for years to come!last_img read more

Trojans to play ASU in playoffs

first_imgAfter a dominant win over Arizona State University on Saturday, the USC women’s lacrosse team, ranked third in the Pac-12, will travel to Prentup Field in Boulder, Colo., to face off — for their second game in a row — against the Sun Devils in the inaugural Pac-12 Tournament on Thursday. The Trojans hope to continue their success against the sixth-seeded Sun Devils with another commanding victory.Senior goalie Gussie Johns ended the 2018 regular season boasting a spectacular .492 save percentage. Ling Luo | Daily TrojanThis match will mark the third time this season that the Trojans have faced off against ASU. The Women of Troy are 2-0 against Arizona State so far this year, touting a combined score of 33-5 in those two games.The Sun Devils have had a rollercoaster of a season. Although it is in the middle of a five-game losing streak, Arizona State started the season well — by winning five of their first six games. Since then, they have cooled down. Arizona State has lost 10 of its last 11 games, ending their inaugural season with a 6-11 record.Since its inception, the USC women’s lacrosse team, led by head coach Lindsey Munday, has been dominant. Munday, who has been with the program since its beginning, is 78-37 all-time. In previous seasons, USC was a member of the MPSF in which it won the MPSF Tournament in both 2016 and 2017. Now in the Pac-12, the Trojans are ranked No. 20 in the IWLCA coaches poll for the 40th consecutive week and without a doubt have made a strong statement in their new conference.USC currently has three players on the Tewaaraton Award Watch List including All-American senior goalie Gussie Johns, senior All-Region defender Lydia Sutton, and sophomore midfielder Kerrigan Miller. The award annually honors the top lacrosse player in the United States.Johns, who leads the nation in ground balls with 76, and Sutton, who earned third-team All-American honors, lead the Trojans’ defense. The two have combined for three Pac-12 defensive player of the week awards this season.Miller, who put together a 3-goal, two-assist performance last week against the Sun Devils, leads the team in goals and points scored but also has contributed with 10 assists, 41 draw controls and 35 ground balls. Miller, who has been a huge part of the team’s success, picked up the honor of Pac-12 offensive player of the week earlier this season. She also leads the Pac-12 in both caused turnovers per game (2.6) and game-winning goals (4).Freshman midfielder Kelsey Huff, who matched Miller’s performance against Arizona State with 3 goals and two assists, now sits at 25 goals and five assists this season. Huff should play a large role in Thursday’s matchup. The Trojans will also rely on players like sophomore midfielder Kaeli Huff, who has racked up 27 goals — good for third on the team. Two of those goals came on Saturday against ASU.Graduate attacker Maeve McMahon will also look to improve upon her already impressive first year as a Trojan. She  has already piled up 15 goals and leads the team with 13 assists. Sophomore attacker Izzy McMahon, who is second on the team in goals scored (28), will need to put up a strong performance Thursday.A win over the Sun Devils would give the Trojans their fourth-straight 10-win season.Further, beating Arizona State Thursday would guarantee a berth in the semifinals and a third matchup this season against Stanford, the tournament’s No. 2 seed Stanford, which has put together a dominant season shown by their 13-4 record, defeated the Trojans twice this year. The Trojans have not lost to the Cardinal by more than 3 scores this season and lost to them by 1 in a heartbreaking overtime game on March 25. A rematch should be a nailbiter.last_img read more