Boys CC Results At SD-OA’s Curt Eckstein Regional Champ

first_imgBoys Cross Country Regional results at South Dearborn on Saturday (10-18).Congratulations to Curt Eckstein-Oldenburg Academy for winning The Regional Crown as well as our two area teams and four individual runners that are advancing on to The Boys Cross Country Semi-States.Boys South Dearborn CC Regionals 2014The Top Five Teams advancing to The Semi-States are  Center Grove-63, Franklin Community-98, Oldenburg Academy-101, Greenwood-102, and South Dearborn-127.Other team scores include Southport-141, Batesville-157,  Perry Meridian-159, Rising Sun-229, and East Central-232.Joining Curt Eckstein in The Top 10 was fellow Twister teammate Justyn Fledderman placing 10th.Individually advancing to The Semi-States in our area include Justyn Clark-South Deactur (Finishing 13th overall) and Connor Bell (16th overall), Caleb Moster (19th overall), & Cole Nuhring (21st overall)-All of Batesville.The Boys Cross Country Semi-States will be taking place on Saturday (10-25) at Carmel.The best of luck to all our runners at The Semi-States!Courtesy of the IHSAA and Stuart Road Racing.last_img read more

Bayer Leverkusen’s Herrlich In Allianza Pressure Cooker

first_imgBayern welcome struggling Leverkusen at the Allianz Arena of Saturday afternoonPressure is mounting on Bayer Leverkusen boss Heiko Herrlich to turn around a wretched start to the 2018/19 campaign.Preseason predictions had pundits lauding his side as one of the outfits best equipped to challenge Bayern Munich’s hegemony that has seen the Bavarians win six successive Bundesliga titles.Only two games into the season, Leverkusen find themselves in the bottom three. An opening day 0-2 setback at Borussia Moenchengladbach was followed by a 1-3 home reverse to Werder Bremen. Wayward finishing and lapses in defensive organisation were hallmarks of Leverkusen’s game in both matches.Herrlich has an opportunity to make early amends when he takes his team to Bayern Munich’s Allianza Arena in the pick of this weekend’s matches. The visitors’ German internationals Jonathan Tah, Kai Havertz and Julian Brandt; all of whom featured for their country in a 2-1 victory over Peru will be keen to do well in Munich.Robert Kovac’s table leaders can count on a cast of German  superstars of his own, including Joshua Kimmich, Jerome Boateng, Leon Goretzka and Thomas Muller, who scored a beauty in a 3-0 victory at Stuttgart. Central defender Matt Hummels and French starlet Kingsley Coman are the only injury doubts.However, Bundesliga action begins on Friday evening with Lucien Favre’s title pretenders, Borussia Dortmund, confronting Frankfurt at the Signal Iduna Park. Dortmund set pulses racing with a 4-1 whitewash of RB Leipzig on match day one, but came up unstuck in a goalless draw at Hanover just before the international break.Other interesting match ups to look forward to will see newcomers Fortuna Düsseldorf welcome Julian Nagelsman’s Hoffenheim, former champions Werder Bremen try to protest a flawless start at home to Nuremberg and Wolfsburg tackle Hertha Berlin.The Bundesliga full fixture list for this weekend:Friday.Borussia Dortmund v Frankfurt @09:30pmSaturday.Bayern Munich v Bayer Leverkusen @04:30pmMainz v AugsburgGladbach v SchalkeRB Leipzig v HanoverDüsseldorf v HoffenheimWolfsburg v Hertha Berlin @07:30pmSunday.Werder Bremen v Nuremberg  04:30pmFreiburg v Stuttgart  07:00pmComments Tags: German Bundesligalast_img read more