Herman “Bob” Vinup, age 83

first_imgHerman “Bob” Vinup, age 83 of Batesville, IN died Sunday, March 26, 2017 at his home in Batesville.Born on April 2, 1933 in Rising Sun, IN he was the son of Edward & Beulah (Spillman) Vinup.He married Katherine Brewer on Nov. 19, 1982 at the New Trenton Baptist Church where he was a member. He retired from Superior Chevrolet on Spring Grove Ave. as an Auto Body Tech. Then, after that, he worked 11 years at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, TN.He is survived by his wife Katherine, daughter Denise K., stepsons Greg (Terry), Bob & Chris (Monica) Hooten, grandson Andrew Grose, Step Grandsons Bryan, Adam, Alexander, & Fletcher Hooten, great grandchildren Lydia & Henry Grose, step great grandson Weston Hooten, and his brother Paul Vinup. He is preceded in death by his parents and sister Carolyn Euriech.Bob had a strong faith in God and read his bible daily. He was also a man whom knew how to do many things. He did all the woodwork in their home. He enjoyed being outdoors in his garden and doing yard work. He enjoyed going to the Smoky Mountains, and having coffee, and very much being with his family and will be missed very much.Visitation will be Wednesday, March 29, 2017 from 11am to 1pm followed by funeral services at 1pm at Meyers Funeral Home with Rev. David Johnston officiating. Burial will be in St. John (Huntersville) Cemetery. Memorials may be given to MMH Hospice c/o the funeral home, P.O. Box 202, Batesville, IN 47006. Online condolences at www.meyersfuneralhomes.comlast_img read more

Samuel Kalu Needs to Change Attitude, Bordeaux Coach Warns

first_imgSamuel Kalu A rumoured transfer target of German side Hertha Berlin during the recently concluded January transfer window, his future will no doubt be reviewed by the club at the end of the season.“Samuel Kalu cannot yet train normally with the group, he has a knee problem,” Sousa told the club website.“We did an exam (MRI) and he has nothing, but he is in pain and cannot train He just started running again Monday, so we have to reinstate him.“But we are waiting for him to change his mental attitude and his level of commitment in training to have a place to play again on the team.“He doesn’t change his mentality, there is no place for him in our matches. But it’s the same for the others.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Coach of French Ligue 1 side Bordeaux, Paulo Sousa, has revealed the real reason why Nigeria international Samuel Kalu hasn’t been getting regular run of games at the club.Sousa said beyond the injury the 22-year-old is suffering from he also has not shown enough commitment in training and games where he has played this season.According to Owngoalnig, the coach said unless he improves on his attitude he won’t get to play for the team this season. So far Kalu has missed the last four games of the team although he is back in training after a minor knee injury.last_img read more

Women’s water polo finds success but cannot close

first_imgDespite winning each of their first 10 matches, USC women’s water polo lost for the first time this season. Falling 9-3 to No. 1 Stanford in the championship match of the Barbara Kalbus Invitational, the Women of Troy found a disappointing end to what was an otherwise strong showing for the squad.Sophomore driver Kelsey McIntosh has scored 14 goals in the 2018 season, the third most on the Trojans’ squad. Daily Trojan file photo.“By the end, recovery played a huge role,” head coach Jovan Vavic said. “We were definitely worn out.”To start out the tournament, action was business as usual for USC. After dismantling No. 18 San Jose State by a 17-1 margin on Friday, the Trojans were off and running. Against the Spartans, nine different players found the back of the net, six managed to score twice, and two (drivers freshman Paige Hauschild and sophomore Denise Mammolito) notched hat tricks. As a team, USC opened up the match with a massive 16-0 run only conceding a late goal in the final seven minutes of play.On Saturday, USC faced a tough pair of opponents standing between them and a shot at winning a third consecutive Barbara Kalbus title. In the first match of the day, the Trojans took down No. 6 Arizona State 8-6 in a hard fought, back-and-forth affair. Taking a 5-5 tie into the fourth period, USC stepped up when it mattered most, striking three more times to secure the victory before the Sun Devils could find any footing. Senior utility player Annika Jensen became the third Trojan to pick up a hat trick over the course of two games while Hauschild netted her fourth and fifth goals of the tournament.Moving on to the semi-finals, No. 2 Cal. represented the toughest test the Women of Troy had faced thus far in the 2018 season. Early in the match, the Golden Bears were proving just why they are such a difficult squad to overcome. California came out firing, pinning down USC 3-1 within the first few minutes of the game. The Trojan defense tightened up in the second period and by halftime, the score was knotted up 3-3.Continuing momentum off a strong end to the half, junior goaltender Amanda Longan dominated the final half of play. In a career-best performance of 18 saves, Longan repelled shot after shot from the dangerous Cal team. Her performance completely shut down Cal for yet another period in the third, allowing USC to take a 5-3 lead into the fourth off goals from senior drivers Brianna Daboub and Jensen. Despite conceding their 2-goal lead, USC found a late spark as Jensen completed her second consecutive hat trick with a clutch score that came with just 18 seconds left in regulation time. “[Jensen] stepped up and that’s what you do as a senior,” Vavic said. “I’m excited to see what she can do.”All that remained for USC to secure a third-straight title was a championship match against No. 1 Stanford. As it turned out, the Trojans’ long stretch of success would finally come to an end. After turning in a number of dominant offensive performances throughout the early season and the first few matches of the tournament, the goal scoring faltered Sunday against Stanford as the Women of Troy fell 9-3 to the Cardinal.Despite failures to convert on key chances early in the match, USC was down only 3-2 in the second period. At this point, the floodgates opened and Stanford managed to score four consecutive goals until a last-minute score from Trojan freshman driver Verica Bakoc closed the Trojans’ deficit to 7-3 heading into the half. While this margin is certainly within striking range, USC was unable to close the gap as the Cardinal completely shut down the Trojans’ attack for the remainder of the game to take home the title.Looking ahead, the squad will have a few weeks off before taking on No. 7 UC Irvine on March 7.last_img read more