MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-The No. 25 West Virginia University baseball team split a doubleheader with Oklahoma on Saturday afternoon. After suspending the opening game of the series due to lightning, the Mountaineers and Sooners finished Friday 's game as part of a doubleheader on Saturday. Trailing 2-1 in the sixth, WVU sent freshman Sam Kessler (1-2) to the mound. The right-hander pitched 2.2 innings, allowing just two hits and picking up his first career win. Jimmy Galusky led the Mountaineers with hits and second baseman Kyle Gray drove in the eventual game-winning run with a two-out single in the sixth inning.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Jackson Cramer and Kyle Davis both had three hits apiece as West Virginia University thumped in-state rival Marshall 14-7 on Tuesday at Monongalia County Ballpark. The Mountaineers (16-10) scored 14 runs on 16 hits. The Thundering Herd (12-14) drove in seven runs on 10 hits while committing five errors. Cramer went 3-for-6 with a home run and a double.
SWOSU intramural football team, “Happy Campers”, competed in the NIRSA Regional Championship in Lincoln, Nebraska this past weekend. The Happy Campers have won the past four SWOSU Flag Football Championships and have gone undefeated all four years. With that record, the Happy Campers had the opportunity to travel to the University of Nebraska to play in the NIRSA Regional Championship which featured around 40 teams.
I want on the Natchez steamboat on November 8 with the best teacher ever Mrs. Seals. I had catfish, bread pudding, red beans and rice and a piece of bread. I saw a paddlewheel. There was a calliope that plays music. The time that they play the calliope in the daytime is 10:45am to1:45pm and the noon time is at 5:30 pm.
Muddy waters, or McKinley Morganfield son of Ollie Morganfield and Bertha Jones was a well-known Blues Musician, guitarist born in Issaquena County, Mississippi. Waters father was a farmer who played the blues guitar and his mother sadly died when McKinley was only three years old. Upon his mother’s death McKinley was sent to live with his grandmother Delia Jones in Clarksdale, Mississippi. While living in Clarksdale with his grandmother, McKinley enjoyed playing in the mud it was then he was dubbed Muddy Waters. When Waters was five years old his grandmother gifted him a Harmonica, it was with the harmonica that his exceptional career in Mississippi blues music began.
It was a beautiful day for the beautiful game of baseball to be played in the friendly confines of Wrigley Field, Chicago: breezy, sunny, but not a scorching hot, sweat-bead kind of day. Merely six miles south of Wrigley Field, we boarded the CTA purple line el train, along with clusters and clusters of Chicago Cubs fans also getting on each and every rail car from who knows where. But, let me tell you, I was in awe; I have never been with so many true fans who knew, not only baseball, but knew the Cubs! “Who’s ready for the Cubs to crush the Astros!”
It was almost 5 minutes till the end of the football game I was cheering at. The score was 14-6 and the Pirates were losing to the Barnegat Bengals. It was getting close to the end of the game so they really needed to score a touchdown. This could be the game that the Pirates won at. “Hopefully, this heat won't affect their playing!”
On November 18, 1928, Walt Disney studios released Steamboat Willie which became a huge milestone in history of animation, since it was a very first cartoon to include a synchronize soundtrack, it was also the debuted Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Walt Disney studios used the new sound technology to produce steamboat Willie, which Led them to creating a series of animation called silly symphonies that contained new colored film technology. Although Walt Disney did release steamboat Willie it was actually his longtime friend and animator Ub Iwerks who created Mickey Mouse And animated most of silly symphonies. It was also thanks to steamboat Willie that Walt Disney Studio grew in terms of personnel, finance and prestige. Because of this they created
Larrysa McDonald Ms Gregory Missouri History 17 October 2017 Missouri Valley College Missouri Valley College is a liberal arts college that is located in Marshall, MO. This college is located on a 150 acre campus and is over a hundred years old! The college was started and founded by the Presbyterian church in 1899. The entire student body is around 1,400 with over 30 different majors available. The college also offers a variety of extracurricular activities including sports teams,clubs, student government, and musical opportunities.
Illinois River The Illinois river has a very interesting past, with everything from the Natives meeting the French to harvesting fish. The history of the Illinois River is very jam packed. The Illinois River is used for many things some important and some for fun. There is many all around uses for the river thought. The length and the location of the Illinois River is something not a lot of people know becuase the Mississippi is so close by and people focus on the Mississippi river more than the Illinois river.
Although many special events have happened lately the football game that was played against spring hill was of special events. That bright sunny day at Dierks High school it was homecoming day. As all the girls were dressed up in their elegant dresses blue jeans and t-shirts were what everyone else was wearing. The mums glitter and shined as they walked down the homecoming court their hair all in place.
Homewood-Flossmoor varsity baseball team won Friday's home non-conference game against Marian Catholic High School by a close score of 7-6. Varsity Head Coach Todd Sippel felt the team didn’t play to their full potential and not being able to work on the field during practices due to rain really impacted the game, but a win is always the best payback. “It wasn’t perfect, but we got a victory. I’m very happy with the victory. We played good enough to win,” Varsity Head Coach Todd Sippel said.