Today, Resonance Music & Arts Festival announced its first headliner for 2018: Brain Damaged Eggmen, the long-inactive side project featuring Brendan Bayliss, Jake Cinninger, and Kris Myers of Umphrey’s McGee and Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner of The Disco Biscuits which pays tribute to two iconic rock and roll outfits, Pink Floyd and The Beatles. As noted by Resonance Music Festival in an announcement posted on Facebook, this will be Brain Damaged Eggmen’s sole performance of 2018.The long-running spinoff band’s special performance at Resonance Music & Arts Festival this year will mark Brain Damaged Eggmen’s first performance since 2012, when the band performed at Summer Camp Music Festival, marking a gap of six years. The Umphrey’s McGee/Disco Biscuits tribute to The Beatles and Pink Floyd was particularly active from 2006 to 2008, before more or less dropping off the map, save for rare performances in the years since.“Fearless” & “Tomorrow Never Knows” – Summer Camp Music Festival 2012[Video: SummerCampFest]As explained by Resonance in a Facebook post:First formed in 2006 performing a pool deck closing set aboard Jam Cruise IV, this rare ensemble has only performed a handful of times including The Vic Theater in 2006, Caribbean Holidaze in 2007, and Summer Camp Music Festival in 2012. … The band’s only goal, respectfully and tastefully pay homage to two of their biggest influences; The Beatles and Pink Floyd.Resonance Music Festival will take place from September 20th to 22nd at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio. Thus far, the festival has also announced TAUK (two sets, including a TAUKing Beatles set), Clozee, Bluetech, Frameworks (one live band set and one solo set), Sunsquabi (three nights), Random Rab (two sets), Kung Fu (two sets), Melvin Seals & JGB, Pink Talking Fish (two sets), Thriftworks, Satsang, Freddy Todd, and Cofresi. You can snag tickets for the festival here and get more information about the festival here.
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Batesville Basketball Alumni Golf Outing will be taking place on Friday, July 17th, at The North Branch Golf Course starting at Noon. Shotgun Start. Cost is $50/Individual or $200/Team and includes Green Fees, Cart, Sandwiches and Beverage Tickets.2015 Batesville Basketball Golf Entry Form2015 Batesville Basketball Golf Sponsorship FormContact Terry Giesting at 363-0177 or [email protected],Andy Saner at 614-7543 email: [email protected], and Alex Siefert at 212-7739 email: [email protected] for details.Courtesy of Batesville Basketball Coach Aaron Garrett.
Bio admin This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 AMHERST, MA — UMass Lowell senior Joey DeWitt of Ellsworth ran to 13th place in the 1,500-meter event for the River Hawks at last weekend’s New England Track and Field Championships at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.DeWitt finished with a time of 3:55.08 as the River Hawks shared fifth place. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Latest posts by admin (see all) State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 Latest Posts
Published on April 8, 2017 at 9:40 pm Contact Josh: [email protected] | @Schafer_44 With two outs and the bases loaded, Hannah Dossett dropped a routine foul ball pop-up. The play would’ve stopped the bleeding at two runs. Instead, Florida State’s Ellie Cooper drove the ensuing pitch into the safety net above the right field fence.“We didn’t play defense,” Syracuse head coach Mike Bosch said. “… Had we simply caught a ball that was in the air we would’ve been in the dugout and that wouldn’t have happened.”The next pitch sailed over a pine tree in left field to cap off FSU’s seven-run fourth inning. The Seminoles entered the fourth up 5-4 and left it with a 12-4 lead en route to a 18-9 win Saturday afternoon. Syracuse (19-13, 3-7 Atlantic Coast) hung with No. 2 Florida State (36-1-1, 16-0) through the first three innings at Skytop Stadium, but the seven-run fourth opened the flood gates. In a game where SU matched Florida State with 15 hits, SU starter Alexa Romero allowed 12 runs in 3 2/3 innings in the circle — only six of which were earned.Two of SU’s four errors came in the fourth inning, and the nation’s best hitting team seized the opportunity.“We just kind of shut down defensively for an inning,” said sophomore second baseman Alicia Hansen, who belted a two-run shot and went 3-for-5. “We did some things we wouldn’t usually do and those little things all count.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe inning began with a pop-up to catcher Alyssa Dewes. The senior completed the easy play for the first out. Then, the wheels fell off. Romero threw a 3-2 pitch barely off the ground, providing Florida State’s Morgan Klaevemann a free walk to first base. Klaevemann stole second and advanced to third on a poor throw from the plate. Freshman centerfielder Toni Martin misjudged what should’ve been the inning’s second out, allowing Klaevemann to score. As the ball came back to Romero, Dani Morgan stood safely on third base fist pumping toward the Seminole dugout — a place she should’ve been sitting.Romero nailed Jessica Warren in the back during the next at bat, placing runners on the corners. A hard one-hopper skipped past Hansen as Morgan reached home. Sammy Fernandez corralled the next ground ball, but Hansen couldn’t handle the flip at second, loading the bases.After four failed attempts, Syracuse recorded the second out of the inning. Fernandez scooped up the grounder and played the force out at home-plate saving the Orange a run.But it didn’t matter. In the next at-bat, Dossett dropped the pop-up. The next two batters homered to sink Syracuse into an unrecoverable hole.“It wasn’t anything where you’re asking them to make an ESPN play at all,” Bosch said. “You’re just asking them to make a routine defensive play.”After the 15-minute half inning, the mistakes continued. With two outs, Dossett drove the ball shallow into the outfield. The hit could’ve loaded the bases, but Faith Cain continued passed third. The designated hitter was barely halfway to the plate when Seminoles catcher Sydney Broderick caught the ball. A routine tag ended the fourth inning for Syracuse.After the top half of the inning carried on far longer than it should’ve, the bottom half ended too soon. The 10-run inning was decisive, but not in Syracuse’s favor.“We can’t give them four or five outs in an inning,” Bosch said. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Wellingotn Middle School FOOTBALL: El Dorado, home, 5 p.m. JV GIRLS TENNIS: Wellington, host, 3 p.m. Wellington High School Andale at Wellington CV-Dexter at South Haven Arg./Att.at South Barber Wellington High School Friday night football at 7 p.m. VOLLEYBALL: Girls freshman quad at Circle. GIRLS TENNIS: at Wichita Collegiate, 3 p.m. TENNIS: at Wichita Collegiate, 9 a.m. GIRLS TENNIS: At Goddard, 9 a.m. FRESHMAN/JV: Rose Hill, home, 5 p.m. Caldwell at Flinthills Thursday, Sept. 22 VOLLEYBALL: El Dorado, home, 5 p.m. Sumner Newscow report â€” The following are the Sumner County schedule for Monday, Sept. 19 – Saturday, Sept. 24:Â Friday, Sept. 23 VOLLEYBALL: 8th grade at Augusta, 5 p.m. Wellington Middle School CROSS COUNTRY: Oxford meet, at Winfield Veteran’s Home, 4:30 p.m. Wellington High School VOLLEYBALL: Varsity at Cheney, 9 a.m. Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. GIRLS JV TENNIS: at Goddard, 3 p.m. CROSS COUNTRY: at Andover, 4 p.m. Wellington High School Monday, Sept. 19 VOLLEYBALL:Â Freshman at Clearwater, 8 a.m. CROSS COUNTRY: Oxford meet, at Winfield Veteran’s Home, 4:30 p.m. Conway Springs at Medicine Lodge Oxford at Stafford Saturday, Sept. 24 Tuesday, Sept. 20 VOLLEYBALL: Collegiate, away, Rose Hill playing. 5 p.m. VOLLEYBALL: 7th grade Wellington hosts Augusta, Clearwater, 5 p.m. Belle Plaine at NE Arma. Wellington Middle School Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments
MORE: Top classes & unsigned recruits for National Signing Day 2020That might not seem important — college coaches will tell you it’s not — but for those who are drawn to class rankings, those changes can make all the difference.With that, here are the updated top-100 recruits ahead of National Signing Day 2020 (all rankings via 247Sports Composite):Top 100 college football recruits of 2020(Unsigned players are bolded). 5-star recruits1. Bryan Bresee (No. 1 DT)2. Bryce Young (No. 1 DUAL)3. Julian Fleming (No. 1 WR)4. Kelee Ringo (No. 1 CB)5. Arik Gilbert (No. 1 TE)6. Justin Flowe (No. 1 ILB)7. Myles Murphy (No. 1 SDE)8. Jordan Burch (No. 2 DT)9. Paris Johnson Jr. (No. 1 OT)10. DJ Uiagalelei (No. 1 PRO)11. Broderick Jones (No. 2 OT)12. Gervon Dexter (No. 3 DT)13. Noah Sewell (No. 2 ILB)14. Elias Ricks (No. 2 CB)15. Bijan Robinson (No. 1 RB)16. Zachary Evans (No. 2 RB)17. Will Anderson (No. 1 WDE)18. Jalen Carter (No. 4 DT)19. Chris Braswell (No. 2 WDE)20. Demarkcus Bowman (No. 3 RB)21. Jaylon Jones (No. 1 S)22. Drew Sanders (No. 1 ATH)23. Darnell Washington (No. 2 ATH)24. Kayshon Boutte (No. 2 WR)25. Demond Demas (No. 3 WR)26. Trenton Simpson (No. 1 OLB)27. Rakim Jarrett (No. 4 WR)28. Jaxon Smith-Njigba (No. 5 WR)29. Sav’ell Smalls (No. 3 WDE)30. Dontae Manning (No. 3 CB)31. Michael Mayer (No. 2 TE)4-star recruits32. Mekhail Sherman (No. 2 OLB)33. Demonte Capehart (No. 5 DT)34. Demorie Tate (No. 4 CB)35. Curtis Jacobs (No. 3 OLB)36. Jordan Johnson (No. 6 WR)37. Tate Ratledge (No. 3 OT)38. Demouy Kennedy (No. 3 ILB)39. Tank Bigsby (No. 4 RB)40. Jaquelin Roy (No. 6 DT)41. CJ Stroud (No. 2 PRO)42. MarShawn Lloyd (No. 5 RB)43. Desmond Evans (No. 4 WDE)44. Avantae Williams (No. 2 S)45. Gary Bryant Jr. (No. 7 WR)46. Jase McClellan (No. 6 RB)47. Turner Corcoran (No. 4 OT)48. Donell Harris (No. 5 WDE)49. Walker Parks (No. 5 OT)50. Clark Phillips III (No. 5 CB)51. Justin Rogers (No. 7 DT)52. Fred Davis II (No. 6 CB)53. Kendall Milton (No. 7 RB)54. Marcus Rosemy (No. 8 WR)55. Timothy Smith (No. 8 DT)56. Phillip Webb (No. 4 OLB)57. Hudson Card (No. 2 DUAL)58. Arian Smith (No. 9 WR)59. Sedrick Van Pran (No. 1 C)60. Brian Branch (No. 3 S)61. McKinnley Jackson (No. 9 DT)62. Alfred Collins (No. 2 SDE)63. Derek Wingo (No. 5 OLB)64. Quandarrius Robinson (No. 6 OLB)65. Gee Scott Jr. (No. 10 WR)66. Xzavier Henderson (No. 11 WR)67. Jalen McMillan (No. 12 WR)68. E.J. Williams (No. 13 WR)69. Chris Tyree (No. 1 APB)70. Quentin Johnston (No. 14 WR)71. Theo Johnson (No. 3 TE)72. Myles Hinton (No. 6 OT)73. Ja’Quinden Jackson (No. 3 DUAL)74. Cody Simon (No. 4 ILB)75. Jahmyr Gibbs (No. 8 RB)76. Roydell Williams (No. 9 RB)77. Zykeivous Walker (No. 3 SDE)78. Antonio Johnson (No. 4 S)79. Jordan Toles (No. 5 S)80. Keshawn Lawrence (No. 6 S)81. Jermaine Burton (No. 15 WR)82. Trey Wedig (No. 7 OT)83. BJ Ojulari (No. 6 WDE)84. Chantz Williams (No. 7 WDE)85. Luke Doty (No. 4 DUAL)86. Jahari Rogers (No. 7 CB)87. Andrew Gentry (No. 8 OT)88. Antonio Doyle (No. 5 ILB)89. Nate Anderson (No. 1 OG)90. Omari Thomas (No.10 DT)91. Mookie Cooper (No. 16 WR)92. Andrew Raym (No. 2 OG)93. Tre Williams (No. 11 DT)94. Josh Downs (No. 17 WR)95. Jacobian Guillory (No. 12 DT)96. Antoine Sampah (No. 6 ILB)97. Wesley Steiner (No. 7 ILB)98. Harrison Bailey (No. 3 PRO)99. Tosh Baker (No. 9 OT)100. Jay Hardy (No. 13 DT)MORE: Where will Zachary Evans sign?2020 college football recruits: Ranking top 100 players by positionDual-threat quarterbacksPlayer (overall rank)1. Bryce Young (No. 2)2. Hudson Card (No. 57)3. Ja’Quinden Jackson (No. 73)4. Luke Doty (No. 85)Pro-style quarterbacksPlayer (overall rank)1. DJ Uiagalelei (No. 10)2. CJ Stroud (No. 41)3. Harrison Bailey (No. 98)Running backsPlayer (overall rank)1. Bijan Robinson (No. 15)2. Zachary Evans (No. 16)3. Demarkcus Bowman (No. 20)4. Tank Bigsby (No. 39)5. MarShawn Lloyd (No. 42)6. Jase McClellan (No. 46)7. Kendall Milton (No. 53)8. Jahmyr Gibbs (No. 75)9. Roydell Williams (No. 76)All-purpose backsPlayer (overall rank)1. Chris Tyree (No. 69)AthletesPlayer (overall rank)1. Drew Sanders (No. 22)2. Darnell Washington (No. 23)Wide receiversPlayer (overall rank)1. Julian Fleming (No. 3)2. Kayshon Boutte (No. 24)3. Demond Demas (No. 25)4. Rakim Jarrett (No. 27)5. Jaxon Smith-Njigba (No. 28)6. Jordan Johnson (No. 36)7. Gary Bryant Jr. (No. 45)8. Marcus Rosemy (No. 54)9. Arian Smith (No. 58)10. Gee Scott Jr. (No. 65)11. Xzavier Henderson (No. 66)12. Jalen McMillan (No. 67)13. E.J. Williams (No. 68)14. Quentin Johnston (No. 70)15. Jermaine Burton (No. 81)16. Mookie Cooper (No. 91)17. Josh Downs (No. 94)Tight endsPlayer (overall rank)1. Arik Gilbert (No. 5)2. Michael Mayer (No. 31)3. Theo Johnson (No. 71)Offensive tacklesPlayer (overall rank)1. Paris Johnson Jr. (No. 9)2. Broderick Jones (No. 11)3. Tate Ratledge (No. 37)4. Turner Corcoran (No. 47)5. Walker Parks (No. 49)6. Myles Hinton (No. 72)7. Trey Wedig (No. 82)8. Andrew Gentry (No. 87)9. Tosh Baker (No. 99)GuardsPlayer (overall rank)1. Nate Anderson (No. 89)2. Andrew Raym (No. 92)CentersPlayer (overall rank)1. Sedrick Van Pran (No. 59)Strong-side defensive endPlayer (overall rank)1. Myles Murphy (No. 7)2. Alfred Collins (No. 62)3. Zykeivous Walker (No. 77)Weak-side defensive endPlayer (overall rank)1. Will Anderson (No. 17)2. Chris Braswell (No. 19)3. Sav’ell Smalls (No. 29)4. Desmond Evans (No. 43)5. Donell Harris (No. 48)6. BJ Ojulari (No. 83)7. Chantz Williams (No. 84)Defensive tacklesPlayer (overall rank)1. Bryan Bresee (No. 1)2. Jordan Burch (No. 8)3. Gervon Dexter (No. 12)4. Jalen Carter (No. 18)5. Demonte Capehart (No. 33)6. Jaquelin Roy (No. 40)7. Justin Rogers (No. 51)8. Timothy Smith (No. 55)9. McKinnley Jackson (No. 61)10. Omari Thomas (No. 90)11. Tre Williams (No. 93)12. Jacobian Guillory (No. 95)13. Jay Hardy (No. 100)Inside linebackersPlayer (overall rank)1. Justin Flowe (No. 6)2. Noah Sewell (No. 13)3. Demouy Kennedy (No. 38)4. Cody Simon (No. 74)5. Antonio Doyle (No. 88)6. Antoine Sampah (No. 96)7. Wesley Steiner (No. 97)Outside linebackersPlayer (overall rank)1. Trenton Simpson (No. 26)2. Mekhail Sherman (No. 32)3. Curtis Jacobs (No. 35)4. Phillip Webb (No. 56)5. Derek Wingo (No. 63)6. Quandarrius Robinson (No. 64)CornerbacksPlayer (overall rank)1. Kelee Ringo (No. 4)2. Elias Ricks (No. 14)3. Dontae Manning (No. 30)4. Demorie Tate (No. 34)5. Clark Phillips III (No. 50)6. Fred Davis II (No. 52)6. Jahari Rogers (No. 86)SafetiesPlayer (overall rank)1. Jaylon Jones (No. 21)2. Avantae Williams (No. 44)3. Brian Branch (No. 60)4. Antonio Johnson (No. 78)5. Jordan Toles (No. 79)6. Keshawn Lawrence (No. 80)2020 top-100 college football recruits by schoolGeorgia11Alabama10Clemson10LSU9Ohio State7Texas A&M6Auburn4Notre Dame4Florida4Texas4Oregon3Tennessee3South Carolina3Miami2Oklahoma2North Carolina2Penn State2Washington2Florida State1Georgia Tech1Kentucky1Maryland1Nebraska1Stanford1TCU1USC1Utah1Virginia1Wisconsin1 College football’s National Signing Day is here, and a few things have changed since the completion of the early signing period on Dec. 20.That includes updated class team ratings, but mostly has to do with several updates to the 2020 recruit rankings. Six players who were listed as five-star recruits ahead of the early signing period fell to four-star classifications; 10 moved into the five-star category ahead of National Signing Day 2020.