WhatsApp Google+ Pinterest Twitter Facebook CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews By Tommie Lee – August 18, 2020 0 226 WhatsApp By Know1one1 [CC BY-SA 3.0], from Wikimedia Commons The University of Notre Dame has reported 58 confirmed COVID-19 cases since students returned to the campus in early August.More than a quarter of the university’s confirmed cases since Aug. 3 came on Sunday, a day that saw a 50 percent positive rate of tests.At least two off-campus parties have been identified as likely sources of the increase, according to school officials.Notre Dame Public Affairs says the school is prepared to discipline or suspend the hosts of such parties.A number of Notre Dame students say they are struggling to get tested on campus.WSBT reports one student said they spent hours with two others who later tested positive, and was denied a test. Another woke up Thursday with symptoms and called repeatedly without any response. Spike in COVID-19 cases among Notre Dame students Facebook Pinterest Google+ Twitter Previous articleVeterinary Medical Assoc: Don’t give pot to your petsNext articleElkhart begins third phase of Water Meter Replacement Program Tommie Lee
The 7th Grade Batesville Bulldog Basketball team lost to Columbus Northside Tuesday night by a score of 47 to 22.Leading is scoring for Batesville was Lyle Oesterling with 8, followed by Landon Harrison, Cole Pride, and Jackson Renck who chipped in 4 each. Rounding out the scoring was Grant Peters who added 2.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Ben Pierson.The Bulldogs 8th Graders played well and went in tied at half, but ran out of steam and fell to Northside 56-40.Travis Lecher led in scoring with 12. Cole Werner 9, Eli Pierson 8. Zach Wade and Ean Loichinger both had 4. Brady Hornberger had a couple free throws to finish with 2.The Dogs will be back in action in the Cross-town shootout December 27th.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Clint Pride.
Related2018 CHAN Qualifier: Nigeria’s Ambassador to Benin Welcomes The Super EaglesAugust 12, 2017In “Africa”2018 CHAN Qualifier: Benin Republic Pip Nigeria 1-0 In CotonouAugust 13, 2017In “National Team”AUDIO: Benin Would Have Natural Pitch Advantage, Says Super Eagles Assistant CoachAugust 11, 2017In “Africa” Video Credit: Twitter.com – Nigeria Super Eagles Nigeria is seeking to make its 3rd appearance in the Championship for African Nations (CHAN), following the CHAN Eagles failure to qualify for the first two editions before winning bronze in 2014 and getting knocked out in the group stage in 2016.The 2018 CHAN would take place in Kenya From January 11 to February 2. The home base Super Eagles of Nigeria took a team walk on the streets of Benin Republic, ahead of their 2018 CHAN qualifier against The Squirrels.Lead by Head Coach, Salisu Yusuf, the CHAN Eagles took a walk away from their Benin Royal Hotel base, as the team gears up preparation for today’s game against Benin.