Salado powers Arellano past Mapua for 1st win

first_imgView comments GALLERY: NCAA Season 93 Opening Ceremonies LATEST STORIES Missile-capable frigate BRP Jose Rizal inches closer to entering PH Navy’s fleet Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netArellano silenced Mapua for the better part of the final six minutes to pull out the 91-82 victory to open its NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament campaign Saturday at Mall of Asia Arena.Kent Salado posted 24 points, seven rebounds, and four assists to carry the Chiefs to their first win, showing the league that they are still a force to be reckoned with despite the departure of ace guard Jio Jalalon.ADVERTISEMENT Michael Cañete added a double-double in tune of 17 markers and 12 boards, while Brylle Meca had nine points and four rebounds off the bench.“The win tastes so sweet,” said coach Jerry Codiñera. “It’s hard to get the first game because there’s always jitters. Everything is new. They can feel the pressure, so I’m glad that we’re able to pull this off.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’Andoy Estrella got the Cardinals within one, 80-79, with 6:17 remaining, but that proved to be Mapua’s last hurrah as Arellano clamped down on defense and extended the lead to as high as 12, 91-79. Laurenz Victoria paced the Cardinals with 23 points and five rebounds, but committed six turnovers in the game. End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Not easy being green: Dog births unique puppy Clippers, Lakers among most-watched NBA teams by Filipinos LaVine scores 42, Chicago rallies late to beat Cavs Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. center_img Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Tobias Harris’ late 3 seals Sixers’ win over Knicks Estrella, meanwhile, got 19 markers, nine boards, and five assists, but turned the ball over seven times as Mapua committed 25 miscues in the tiff.The Cardinals missed the services of comebacking guard Leo Gabo, who is serving the last of his four-game suspension dating back to 2014, and injured big man Kenneth Magboo.The Scores:ARELLANO 91 – Salado 24, Cañete 17, Meca 9, Dela Cruz 8, Enriquez 8, Villoria 7, Flores 5, Nicholls 5, Abanes 3, Alcoriza 3, Concepcion 2, Ongolo Ongolo 0, Padilla 0.MAPUA 82 – Victoria 23, Estrella 19, Orquina 9, Aguirre 8, Nieles 8, Raflores 8, Pelayo 7, Buñag 0.Quarters: 19-23, 44-46, 72-71, 91-82.ADVERTISEMENT McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return Thousands join Kalibo Ati-atihan despite typhoon devastation LSU title parade draws massive crowds For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity.last_img read more

P4DP Concludes USA Global Conference on Peace-building

first_imgThe executive director of the Platform for Dialogue and Peace (P4DP), James Shilue, has returned to Monrovia from participating in a weeklong global forum in New York (USA) to articulate findings from a recently completed resilience study entitled: Frameworks for Assessing Resilience (FAR) in Liberia. FAR is a project led by Interpeace and implemented in collaboration with the Centre for the Studies on Peace and Development (CEPAD), P4DP, Interpeace-Guatemala and Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI). Funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), FAR was undertaken in Liberia for several objectives, including de-emphasizing fragility and to promote the concept of resilience; lifting local voices into policy arena nationally and internationally; identifying local and national structures that help to build lasting peace and enhance social cohesion, especially as UNMIL draws down; contribute to the new deal objectives of legitimate and inclusive politics; and explore what practical measures women use in dealing with marginalization and other forms of violence.As in other pilot countries where the project was implemented, FAR projects sought to understand the sources of resilience in society that can be leveraged for building peace. In Liberia, the project was able to document both existing as well as potential assets and strengths within societies and institutions that enable Liberians to recover from, overcome and prevent violent conflict. At the end of the study, there were four key findings that demonstrated the resilience of Liberians. They include marginalization of women in Liberian patriarchal structure; resilience mechanisms women devised against structural and societal threats; perception of a weak state and governance deficits evidence by people’s reliance on innovative and adaptive measures for survival. The study also observed the threats associated with increasing pressure on land and the absence of effective regulation that creates various responses from Liberia, and most importantly how Liberia responded to Ebola.The global forum was intended to hear the unique findings from the various participating countries and provided an opportunity for practitioners, policy makers, donors, academics and members of the various multilateral organizations, including the United Nations, to understand and critically reflect and make inputs on draft document that could serve as guidance for assessing resilience for peacebuilding. The forum, which was organized by International Peacebuilding Alliance (Interpeace), Liberia, Guatemala and Timor Leste, in collaboration with Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, explored a variety of issues.With resilience for peace building being a new concept, the forum also unpacked the concept and findings from a global lens in order to identify positive peacebuilding resilience assets. The underlying principle was to deepen the deliberations and understand the nature and sources of societal and community resilience, viewed through a conflict transformation lens, points to the potential that endogenous process of re-stitching the social fabric of relationships damaged by violent conflict.This will not only serve as retrospective means of adaptation, but also operate as forward looking and preventive in nature.Shilue highlighted the added values of the research in Liberia and admonished participants, international policy makers, donors, UN entities and multilateral organizations to harness its rich findings, particularly as UNMIL draws down ahead of the pending 2017 election to help consolidate peace and fortify Liberia against stress and long term conflict. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

More protests to be held in front of City Hall

first_imgParking meter burden– as extraordinary statutory meeting called to deliberate on decisionCentral Government has, through Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan, stepped in and ordered the suspension of the Georgetown Metered Parking By-Laws, but this step is being regarded as only preliminary. It will certainly not be enough to stop the weekly protests being staged by the Movement Against Parking Meters (MAPM).This organisation has been organizing the protests, and plans to take to the streets today.One of the most iconic images from the anti-parking meter protests, arising from week sixMAPM and its supporters plan to assemble peacefully in front of City Hall from 14:00 hrs. In a press release issued on Sunday, MAPM made it clear that it will not be accepting anything less than a complete revocation of the parking meter contract and its accompanying by-laws.Deputy Mayor Sherod Duncan, currently acting as Mayor, has announced the convening of an extraordinary statutory meeting of the Georgetown Mayor and City Council (M&CC) to discuss suspension of operations of the parking meters. This meeting is expected to be held today.Battle lines drawnWhen the news was broadcast that the by-laws in regard to metered parking had been suspended, MAPM was not the only one to make its position against the move clear.Town Clerk Royston King was defiant towards the Minister soon after the suspension order was announced. According to reports in other sections of the media, the Town Clerk had written a letter to the Minister, expressing the inability to suspend the project.Reports indicate that the Minister was also told that the three-month suspension as was recommended by Cabinet would result in a breach of the agreement signed with Smart City Solutions (SCS). This, the letter had stated, would create a situation whereby the company would have to be reimbursed all of its investment.The Government had ordered two reviews of the SCS contract – one done by the Ministry of Finance and one done by the Attorney General’s Chambers. Both reviews had been very damning of the contract, prompting amendments to be made by the company- Smart City Solutions Inc. (SCSI).The Public Communications Consultants Limited’s (PCCL’s) Kit Nascimento had acted as a public relations consultant for SCSI, but he terminated its contract with the parking meter company effective from March 17. A terse statement from PCCL on Friday had directed all media queries to SCSI’s office.While it is unclear why the Public Relations Agency ended the contract, it is telling that the decision came just four days after Cabinet had strongly suggested that the controversial contract be suspended.In addition, the decision became effective on the same day that Bulkan suspended the by-laws for three months.By-lawsGuarding against liability or prosecution, Section 23 of the City’s By-law exempts City Constables, parking wardens and the City Council itself from any liability, civil or criminal, for any damages “in respect of any action, proceeding or demand whatsoever, whether for the recovery of any alleged damage to such vehicle or otherwise in respect of removal thereof.”The City by-laws also go on to mandate that: “When a City constable or parking warden has reason to believe that a person has contravened any prohibition or restriction imposed by the Act, the City constable or parking warden may give the person a notice under this by-law in respect of the offence.”But it also caters for those who may be tempted to withhold information. Under Part VII, Offences and Penalties, it is an offence that attracts a fine of $50,000 to refuse to provide one’s name and address, or to give a false one, if asked to do so by a parking warden or city constable for the notice to be provided.The Act also stipulates that owners of vehicles deemed to be illegally parked are liable for any fees incurred from immobilization, removal, towing, improvement, and storage.In cases where someone is convicted of removing or attempting to remove the clamp without authorization, a fine of $100,000 applies, as does imprisonment of not more than three months.Section 57 stipulates that if a vehicle is unclaimed, or if the owner of the vehicle cannot settle any outstanding fees, the vehicle can be auctioned off by City Hall.City Hall is mandated to publish a notice of this auction fourteen days beforehand.These are just some of the provisions included in the by-laws assented to by Minister Bulkan on January 23.The provisions have been described by corruption watchdog Transparency Institute of Guyana Inc. (TIGI) as making no logical sense.ProtestsThe parking meter fees were rolled out on January 24. However, as a backlash to the “exorbitant” fees, motorists have mostly stopped parking in the central business district, where several areas are metered.In addition, there have been mass protests for seven consecutive weeks. The protesters have numbered in the hundreds, forcing the shutdown of Regent Street.Today’s protest will mark the eighth consecutive week of the citizens resolve against the controversial parking meter project.last_img read more

LA County highway deaths double this Labor Day weekend

first_imgHighway deaths doubled in Los Angeles County this holiday weekend over last year and increased statewide, but there were fewer drunk driving arrests, the CHP said today. The California Highway Patrol reported eight deaths in Los Angeles County from 6 p.m. Friday through 6 a.m. this morning compared to four deaths last year in the same period. Across the state, 42 people lost their lives on California highways, compared to 32 last year. “We see it every holiday period when people set out on the roads. They are speeding and there is reckless driving,” said CHP spokesman Miguel Luevano. Of those who were killed, 26 were not wearing a seatbelt. “It doesn’t take but a few seconds to grab that seat belt and click it,” Luevano said. “As we’ve seen this holiday, people didn’t make it home or to their destination because they didn’t wear their seatbelts.” Both the Los Angeles Police Department and the CHP held dozens of sobriety check points across the area. The CHP arrested 296 drivers countywide this weekend compared to 307 last year. Statewide, the numbers were down as well, with 1,406 this holiday compared to 1,571 last year, the CHP said. susan.abram@dailynews.com (818) 713-3664 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Everton agree deal to buy land at Bramley Moore Dock for new stadium

first_imgEverton have taken a significant step towards their goal of building a new stadium on the banks of the River Mersey after securing a deal to acquire land at Bramley Moore Dock.The club have agreed Heads of Terms to acquire the site, two miles from Goodison Park on the banks of the River Mersey, from Peel Land and Property subject to planning consent.There are still a number of hurdles to overcome – funding for the £300million-plus scheme for one – but it is the beginning of the process which will see Everton leave their home of 125 years.Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson helped broker the deal and on March 31 the city council is set to agree the principles of an innovative finance model which will take a lease of the stadium from a funder and, in turn, sub-lease it to the club.The stadium will be fully funded by Everton and no financing will be provided by the council but the authority will benefit from an annual security fee payable by the club in return for the council’s participation.“Over the past year, the club has worked with the support of the council and we are grateful for the ‘can-do’ approach that has got us to this important milestone,” said Everton chief Robert Elstone.“We are particularly grateful for the role the mayor has played to date in our talks with Peel and for his support in this important step in the journey towards reaching a funding solution for the stadium.“We are delighted that we have been able to agree Heads of Terms with Peel, giving us control of the Bramley Moore Dock site and allowing us the time we need to complete the substantial further work required to be able to confirm the project’s viability.“We can now move forward into the next phase of work with much greater confidence.”Bramley Moore Dock was the preferred option of the club, driven by majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri, despite it being a more complicated and expensive option than an alternative site in Croxteth.Everton’s priority now is to secure the necessary funding to ensure the ambitious project does not go the way of three other failed stadium moves this millennium.The presence of Iranian billionaire Moshiri, crucially not a factor in their previous attempts to find a new home, on the board should considerably help that process.“Clearly, it is vital we have clarity on cost and we have to recognise that the stadium will be significantly more expensive at Bramley Moore Dock,” added Elstone.“To get that certainty, and ensure the stadium is affordable, we need to confirm stadium design, capacity and configuration and to do that, we need to talk to fans, partners and all stakeholders in the project.“We’re keen to stress not only the scale of the work ahead but also the remaining risks and uncertainties.“We’re delighted we’ve secured the site and we’re equally delighted the mayor is continuing to support our financing model, but significant hurdles remain, not least the preparation and submission of a detailed planning application.“Receipt of a successful planning approval at some point early next year will be the most significant step towards bringing the stadium to life.”The new stadium will form part of the £5billion Liverpool Waters project, which it is hoped will be a catalyst for economic regeneration and job creation in north Liverpool.“I’m delighted that we have got to a stage where the city and Everton can publicly share the vision for the club’s potential new home at Bramley Moore Dock,” said Anderson.“The proposed new stadium will be a landmark for the city’s spectacular north Liverpool waterfront and a powerful statement of intent for the club and the city of Liverpool that will resonate globally.”Over the last two decades Everton have suffered at least three failed attempts to find a site for a new stadium fit for modern football.In 2000 they announced plans to move to King’s Dock in the city, only for that to collapse when the necessary investment could not be found, and in 2009 a controversial move out of the city to Kirkby as part of a Tesco superstore redevelopment foundered after a public inquiry ruled against the plans.Most recently Walton Hall Park, the closest site so far to Goodison Park, was proposed last year as part of a housing, retail and leisure development but questions were raised about funding and viability and that too failed to come to fruition. The Toffees have played at Goodison Park since 1892 1last_img read more

The man of the match in each Premier League game, according to stats

first_img 10 10 Southampton 1-1 Arsenal – Man of the Match = Dusan Tadic (Southampton) – 8.13/10 according to Whoscored.com Huddersfield Town 2-0 Brighton – Man of the Match = Steve Mounie (Huddersfield) – 9.04/10 according to Whoscored.com 10 10 West Ham 1-0 Chelsea – Man of the Match = Arthur Masuaku (West Ham) – 8.54/10 according to Whoscored.com – Click the right arrow above to see who won the award in every other Premier League game… 10 Crystal Palace 2-2 Bournemouth – Man of the Match = Jermain Defoe (Bournemouth) – 8.10/10 according to Whoscored.com 10 Tottenham 5-1 Stoke – Man of the Match = Heung-Min Son (Tottenham) – 9.19/10 according to Whoscored.com 10 Liverpool 1-1 Everton – Man of the Match = Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 8.96/10 according to Whoscored.com Manchester United 1-2 Manchester City – Man of the Match = Nicolas Otamendi (Man City) – 8.09/10 according to Whoscored.com It was huge weekend of Premier League football at the weekend with three derby matches giving us plenty of entertainment.Manchester City extended their winning run in the top-flight to 14 games with victory over Man United, while Wayne Rooney’s first ever Merseyside derby goal gave Everton a 1-1 draw with Liverpool.Elsewhere, Chelsea lost 1-0 to West Ham, a late Olivier Giroud goal earned Arsenal a 1-1 draw with Southampton and Tottenham beat Stoke City 5-1 at Wembley.But who was the man of the match in every game, according to WhoScored.com? Click the right arrow above to find out… Swansea City 1-0 West Brom – Man of the Match = Wilfried Bony (Swansea) – 8.2/10 according to Whoscored.com 10 Burnley 1-0 Watford – Man of the Match = James Tarkowski (Burnley) – 8.43/10 according to Whoscored.com Newcastle United 2-3 Leicester City – Man of the Match = Dwight Gayle (Newcastle) – 8.88/10 according to Whoscored.com 10 10last_img read more

Senior debut for Ronan Boyce as Derry hammer Cork

first_imgRAMELTON MAN Ronan Boyce made his Derry City debut last night as the Candystripes hammered Cork City.Boyce (pictured by North West News Pix) came on as a late substitute for Grant Gillespie as Derry won 4-0 to move into third place.The Ramelton teenager, who moved to Derry from Swilly Rovers, has impressed for the Under-19s and was recently elevated to the first team ranks by manager Declan Devine. With Derry in cruise control with Eoin Toal, Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe and a Colm Horgan own goal having sealed the deal, Boyce was given his bow.Junior added a fourth goal for Derry in added time.Senior debut for Ronan Boyce as Derry hammer Cork was last modified: September 28th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:derry cityRameltonRonan Boyceswilly roverslast_img read more

FA chairman suggests gay footballers come out together

first_imgFootball Association chairman Greg Clarke has suggested the idea of a group of gay footballers coming out together.Clarke says he has spoken to gay players about the possibility of showing unity when deciding it is the right time to go public with their sexual orientation.Last year Clarke said he “wouldn’t recommend” a footballer coming out at the moment due to the risk of being abused, but hopes if a number of players come out at the same time it would allow them to share the spotlight.Clarke was speaking to The Times. PA“I put the message out there that if a number of top-level pros want to come out, why don’t we synchronise it? So one person doesn’t have to come out on their own,” he said in an interview with The Times. “The Premier League, the Football League and the FA could do it at the start of the season. At the start of the season everybody thinks it is their season, the crowds are happy, the sun is shining. I was asked (recently) if football is ready for top-level pros to come out and I said I’m not sure we were.The FA promote a number of anti-homophobia campaigns. PA“There was a survey which said people would support gay people in their own team, yes, but I’m worried about what they said about gay people in the other team, not that they would do bad things, but I said we should prepare well.“I’ve been asking the gay community, ‘How can we provide more support and orchestrate it so that people get the right level of support if people want to be open about their sexuality?’. I’ve met 15 gay sports people in the last four weeks to ask their views, including footballers.“It is very difficult to get to a representative set of gay top-level footballers because some of them are happy with their sexuality and just don’t want anyone to know. I don’t want to be part of a process that says, ‘You’ve got to come out’. That’s not right. People are cautious. It’s a one-way street. Once you’re out of the closet, you’re out.”last_img read more

Football sectionals drawn for 45th tournament

first_img45th State Football s Vito also draw results  Class 6A (32 schools)1. (4): Crown Point, Lake Central, Merrillville, Portage.2. (4): Chesterton, Penn, Valparaiso, Warsaw Community.3. (4): Carroll (Fort Wayne), Fort Wayne Northrop, Fort Wayne Snider, Homestead.4. (4): Carmel, Lafayette Jefferson, Noblesville, Westfield.5. (4): Fishers, Hamilton Southeastern, North Central (Indianapolis), Pike.6. (4): Ben Davis, Lawrence Central, Lawrence North, Warren Central.7. (4): Avon, Brownsburg, Perry Meridian, Southport.8. (4): Center Grove, Columbus North, Franklin Central, Jeffersonville. Class 5A (37 schools)9. (4): LaPorte, Michigan City, Munster, South Bend Adams.10. (5): Concord, Elkhart Central, Elkhart Memorial, Fort Wayne North Side, Goshen.11. (4): Harrison (West Lafayette), Huntington North, Kokomo, McCutcheon.12. (5): Anderson, Greenfield-Central, Muncie Central, New Palestine, Zionsville.13. (5): Decatur Central, Indianapolis Arsenal Technical, Indianapolis Cathedral, Plainfield, Roncalli.14. (5): Bloomington North, Bloomington South, Franklin Community, Martinsville, Whiteland Community.15. (5): Bedford North Lawrence, Columbus East, Floyd Central, New Albany, Seymour.16. (4): Castle, Evansville North, Terre Haute North Vigo, Terre Haute South Vigo.Class 4A (64 Schools)17. (8): East Chicago Central, Gary West Side, Griffith, Hammond, Hammond Gavit, Hammond Morton, Highland, Lowell.18. (8): Hobart, Kankakee Valley, Mishawaka, New Prairie, South Bend Clay, South Bend Riley, South Bend St. Joseph, South Bend Washington.19. (8): Angola, Culver Academies, DeKalb, East Noble, Northridge, NorthWood, Plymouth, Wawasee.20. (8): Columbia City, Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger, Fort Wayne South Side, Fort Wayne Wayne, Jay County, Leo, Logansport, New Haven.21. (8): Delta, Frankfort, Lebanon, Marion, Mississinewa, Pendleton Heights, Western, Yorktown.22. (8): Beech Grove, Connersville, Greenwood Community, Mooresville, Mt. Vernon (Fortville), New Castle, Richmond, Shelbyville.23. (8): East Central, Edgewood, Franklin County, Jennings County, Madison Consolidated, Scottsburg, Silver Creek, South Dearborn.24. (8): Boonville, Evansville Bosse, Evansville Central, Evansville F.J. Reitz, Evansville Harrison, Jasper, Northview, Owen Valley.Class 3A (63 Schools)25. (8): Andrean, Benton Central, Calumet, Hammond Clark, Hanover Central, Twin Lakes, West Lafayette, Wheeler.26. (8): Blackford, Brebeuf Jesuit, Crawfordsville, Guerin Catholic, Hamilton Heights, North Montgomery, Northwestern, Southmont.27. (8): Fairfield, Glenn, Jimtown, Knox, Maconaquah, Mishawaka Marian, Peru, Tippecanoe Valley.28. (8): Bellmont, Fort Wayne Bishop Luers, Fort Wayne Concordia Lutheran, Garrett, Heritage, Lakeland, Norwell, West Noble.29. (7): Indian Creek, Indianapolis Bishop Chatard, Indianapolis Broad Ripple, Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter, Indianapolis Manual, Indianapolis Northwest, Rushville Consolidated.30. (8): Brown County, Danville Community, Greencastle, Monrovia, South Vermillion, Sullivan, Tri-West Hendricks, West Vigo.31. (8): Batesville, Brownstown Central, Charlestown, Corydon Central, Greensburg, Lawrenceburg, North Harrison, Salem.32. (8): Evansville Memorial, Gibson Southern, Heritage Hills, Mt. Vernon, Pike Central, Princeton Community, Vincennes Lincoln, Washington.Class 2A (63 Schools)33. (7): Boone Grove, Gary Roosevelt, Hammond Bishop Noll, Lake Station Edison, North Newton, River Forest, Whiting.34. (8): Bluffton, Bremen, Central Noble, Manchester, Prairie Heights, Wabash, Whitko, Woodlan.35. (8): Cass, Delphi Community, Eastbrook, Eastern (Greentown), Oak Hill, Rensselaer Central, Rochester Community, Taylor.36. (8): Alexandria, Elwood Community, Frankton, Lapel, Madison-Grant, Northeastern, Shenandoah, Winchester Community.37. (8): Centerville, Eastern Hancock, Heritage Christian, Indianapolis Scecina, Knightstown, Milan, Triton Central, Union County.38. (8): Cascade, Cloverdale, Indianapolis Washington, North Putnam, Park Tudor, Speedway, Tipton, Western Boone.39. (8): Clarksville, Crawford County, Eastern (Pekin), Mitchell, Paoli, Perry Central, Providence, Switzerland County.40. (8): Evansville Mater Dei, Forest Park, Linton-Stockton, North Knox, North Posey, South Spencer, Southridge, Tell City.Class A (62 Schools)41. (8): Caston, Culver Community, LaVille, North Judson-San Pierre, South Central (Union Mills), Triton, West Central, Winamac Community.42. (8): Carroll (Flora), Frontier, Lafayette Central Catholic, North Miami, North White, Pioneer, South Newton, Tri-County.43. (8): Adams Central, Churubusco, Eastside, Fremont, Northfield, South Adams, Southern Wells, Southwood.44. (8): Anderson Preparatory Academy, Clinton Central, Clinton Prairie, Monroe Central, Sheridan, Tri-Central, Union City, Wes-Del.45. (7): Covenant Christian (Indianapolis), Indiana School for the Deaf, Indianapolis Arlington, Indianapolis Howe, Indianapolis Shortridge, South Putnam, Tindley.46. (8): Cambridge City Lincoln, Edinburgh, Hagerstown, Indianapolis Lutheran, North Decatur, Oldenburg Academy, South Decatur, Tri.47. (8): Attica, Covington, Fountain Central, North Vermillion, Riverton Parke, Rockville, Seeger, Turkey Run.48 (7): Eastern Greene, North Central (Farmersburg), North Daviess, Springs Valley, Tecumseh, West Washington, Wood Memoriallast_img read more