Area Boys Basketball Scores (12-29)

first_imgArea Boys Basketball Scores.Tuesday  (12-29)South Ripley Tourney.1st Round Scores.Oldenburg Academy 70   Crothersville 47Indy Chatard  62     East Central  33South Ripley  68   Christian Academy  53Greenfield-Central 64  South Dearborn 312nd Round Scores.East Central 75  Crothersville 56Indy Chatard 44  Oldenburg Academy 43Christian Academy 69   South DB  60G-field-Central 60  South Ripley 53  (OT)Edinburgh Tourney.7th Place-South Decatur  74     Medora  67  (OT)5th Place-Jac-Cen-Del  63     Trinity Lutheran  493rd Place-Indy Lutheran  62     Edinburgh  53Championship-Indy Manual  62     Hagerstown  47Northeastern Tourney.7th Place-Triton Central  44     SW Hanover  435th Place-New Washington  56     Monroe Central  533rd Place-Lawrenceburg  60     Gary 21st Century  57Championship-Northeastern  62     Union County  56Graber’s Building Classic @ North Daviess.Barr-Reeve  75     Rising Sun  43Brownstown Central  66     South Knox  47Indy Park Tudor  61     North Daviess  52Pike Central  69     Clay City  38Borden  59     Switzerland County  50last_img read more

Irma G. Amberger

first_imgIrma G. Amberger, age 100 of Batesville, died Sunday, May 5, 2019 at St. Andrew’s Health Campus.  Born March 8, 1919 in Ripley County Indiana, she is the daughter of Eleanora (Nee: Struewing) and Anthony Haskamp.  She married Raymond “Jack” Amberger June 11, 1940 at St. Anthony’s Church in Morris and he preceded her in death December 19, 1981.  She was a homemaker and a member of Holy Family Church in Oldenburg.Irma quilted and crocheted her whole life.  Having made hundreds of quilts and crocheted pieces, she not only shared them with family and friends, but organizations throughout the tri-state as well.  Other interests included crossword puzzles and cards, especially 500 and Solo.  Her girls explained that Irma was an exceptional cook and could turn little to nothing into a great meal.  They also teased she had a weakness for garage sales.  Her greatest joy was being a grandma and having all the little ones around.Irma is survived by her daughters Marcia Luers of Hamburg, Jean Miller of Oldenburg, Mary Best of Greensburg; 14 grandchildren; 42 great grandchildren and 26 great great grandchildren.  In addition to her husband and parents, she is also preceded in death by her daughter Helen Laker; sisters Leona Haskamp, Edna Schwegman, Esther Barnhorst, Roseda Bischoff, Myrtle Voegele and brother Ambrose Haskamp.Visitation is Thursday, May 9th, from 9 – 11 a.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home.  Funeral services follow at 11:30 a.m. at Holy Family Church with Rev. Carl Langenderfer O.F.M. officiating and burial in the church cemetery.  The family requests memorials to the Margaret Mary Health Foundation Hospice or Holy Family Capital Improvement Fund.last_img read more

FUFA Drum: Woeful Kampala hosts Busoga

first_img Tags: BusogaCharles AyiekoFUFA Drum 2019KampalaLangoRwenzoriSebeiToorowasswa bbosa Busoga defeated Kampala 2-0 in the first meeting.FUFA Drum 2019Saturday, 15-06-2019 @4pm-Kampala Province Vs Busoga Province – StarTimes Stadium Kampala-Rwenzori Province Vs Tooro Province – Nyakasanga Ground Kasese-Sebei Province Vs Lango Province – Kiproitich Stadium KapchorwaThe 2019 FUFA Drum returns with three games on Saturday, 15th June, with three games to be played at different stadiums.The pick of Saturday’s clashes sees Kampala host Busoga at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo.Kampala is desperate for points after losing all of their first three games. Wasswa Bbosa’s side lost 1-0 to Rwenzori, lost 2-1 to Busoga and 2-0 to Tooro.Defeat against Busoga and Saturday will mean elimination for Kampala.For Busoga, they have also had a slow start to the competition.Currently in 2nd position in Group, Charles Ayieko’s side have won only one and drawn the other two games so far.With their only victory coming against Saturday’s opposition, Busoga will surely be confident of sealing their second victory of the tournament.In the other Group A game, Rwenzori province and Tooro Province clash in an encounter that is surrounded by the traditional rivalry between the Tooro tribe and the Bamba and Bakonjo tribes from Rwenzori province.The battle of who is the soccer giant of the region is on the mouth peak of every football fan.The match will be hosted at Nyakasanga Ground in Kasese on Saturday.Both provinces shared spoil in the first round game by 1-1 at St. Paul Seminary Ground in Fort Portal.Going into the game, Tooro tops the group with 5 points from three games.Rwenzori is third with the same number of points but with an inferior goal difference as comapred to Tooro and second placed Busoga.The third fixture on Saturday features Sebei at home to Lango at the Kiproitich Stadium in Kapchorwa.Sebei are desperate for points as a defeat will eliminate them from the competition.After the first three games, John Cherotich’s side is yet to register a single point. They have already lost 1-2 to Buganda, 2-3 to Ankole and 1-6 to Lango.Lango ran out 6-1 winners in their first meeting with Sebei.For Lango, they are top of Group B with six points, level with both Buganda and Ankole but with a superior goal difference.Referee appointments for Saturday’s gamesKampala vs Busoga – Nasser Muhammed is the center referee. Lusambya Solomon and Kimbugwe Robert are the 1st and 2ndassistants respectively.Sebei vs Lango – Ochom Joseph will handle the match as the center referee. Omunyira Mathias and Oriada Hakim are the assistants.Rwenzori vs Tooro – Kalibbala John Bosco is the center referee while Kazoora Emmy and Noor Hassan are his assistants.Sunday fixtures (4pm)-Ankole Province Vs Buganda Province – Kakyeka Stadium Mbarara-Karamoja Province Vs Bunyoro Province – Abim Play Ground Abim-Kigezi Province Vs Tooro Province – Municipal Stadium Kabale-Bugisu Province Vs Bukedi Province – Mbale SS Play Ground Mbale-Acholi Province Vs West Nile Province – Pece Stadium GuluComments last_img read more