Scott A. Wallpe, 52

first_imgScott A. Wallpe, 52, New Point, died Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at his residence. Born, October 17, 1965 in Batesville, Indiana, he was the son of James W. and Rosemary (Burkhart) Wallpe. He was married to Paula J. (Markland) Wallpe on August 29, 2005 and she survives.Scott graduated from Batesville High School. He owned and operated Wallpe’s Keg in Greensburg since June of 2003.He is survived by his father, James Wallpe, Batesville, In.; wife, Paula Wallpe, New Point; one daughter, Kristie Collins, Greensburg; two grandchildren, Mackenzie and Cory Collins; three sisters, Connie (Al) Wuestefeld, Batesville, Carolyn “Susie” (Don) Schwegman, Greensburg, Rita (Gary “Butch”) Meyer, Oldenburg.He was preceded in death by his mother, Rosemary Wallpe and one brother, Jerome “Jerry” Wallpe.Visitation will be from 9-12:00 Saturday at the Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg. A Rosary service will be held on Saturday at 12:00 at the funeral home.  Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 25, 2017 at St. Maurice Catholic Church in St. Maurice, Indiana with the Rev. Bill Ehalt officiating.  Interment will be held in the Rossburg Cemetery in New Point. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or to the Alzheimer’s Association.Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.comlast_img read more

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March Madness 2019: 3 takeaways from Duke’s ACC Tournament win over North Carolina

first_imgDuke-North Carolina Round 3 did not disappoint.Zion Williamson put his team ahead on a tip-in with a little more than 30 seconds to play and the Blue Devils held on for a 74-73 victory, despite a pair of missed free throws by RJ Barrett down the stretch. Duke star Zion Williamson on ending college career after injury: ‘Thanks, but no thanks’ Johnson finished with 23 points for North Carolina in the losing effort.Here’s three takeaways from Duke’s win:Cam Reddish continues to be inconsistentCam Reddish failed to make an impact for the second straight game.The freshman forward finished with just six points on 3-of-7 shooting in 24 minutes, one day after he tallied seven points in Duke’s win over Syracuse.Reddish, who is averaging 14 points this season, is a threat from behind the 3-point line and adds another element to Duke’s offense when he is playing well. But, he sometimes fails to look for his shot and disappears for large stretches.Duke will be even more dangerous in the NCAA Tournament if Reddish — a projected top-five pick in the 2019 NBA Draft — plays up to his potential.Duke received contributions from unlikely placesCoach Mike Krzyzewski elected to go deep into his bench when the Blue Devils fell behind by double digits midway through the first half and the strategy worked.Krzyzewski sent in backup point guard Jordan Goldwire and seldom used forward Antonio Vrankovic. The pair gave Duke a much-needed energy boost and helped it erase its deficit.Goldwire tallied two points and two rebounds in the first half while Vrankovic added a basket and two assists. Duke ended up closing the period on a 24-11 run to tie the score.Goldwire and Vrankovic — who has appeared in just 16 games this season for the Blue Devils — both started the second half and finished with 27 and 10 minutes, respectively.The committee will have a tough time seeding these twoThe committee will have a difficult time seeding these two teams.North Carolina defeated Duke twice during the regular season, but Williamson was sidelined for both of those games. Meanwhile, the Blue Devils secured a victory Friday when both teams were near full strength. Duke and North Carolina are both in contention for a top spot in the NCAA Tournament and an argument can be made for either.The Blue Devils resume can get better, and they’ll almost certainly clinch a No. 1 seed, with a victory over Florida State in the ACC championship. North Carolina could also receive a prime position in the bracket, even with the loss Friday. Zion REFUSED to be denied in crunch time! ❄️@DukeMBB | @ZionW32— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 16, 2019Coby White had a chance to win it for North Carolina at the buzzer, but his contested jumper banged off the rim and Nassir Little’s follow up attempt was off the mark.NO DICE FOR COBY WHITE.DUKE WINS.— CBS Sports CBB (@CBSSportsCBB) March 16, 2019Williamson, who sprained his knee less than 40 seconds into the teams’ first matchup and missed the second with the injury, registered a game-high 31 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Duke to the victory. Barrett chipped in 15 points, eight rebounds and seven assists but was five of 15 from the field. Related Newslast_img read more

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Erianne Adams, Brian Lewellen and Courtney Wiens are still in running for $200 in Pig and Cow contest

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Just like the NCAA basketball tournament, most contestants have been eliminated from competition in the Pig and Cow Tournament Bracket contest after week No. 2.There are just three entries left that could get the $200 supplied by the Pig Shack. And there are nine entries still in competition for the $50 and $25 Pig Shack Barbecue.Have you heard the saying: it’s not how you start but how you finish? Nothing rings more true than this contest. If you pick the national champion, you are getting 32 points which is equal to all the picks in the other rounds.Going into this weekend, Brian Lewellen, Erianne Adams and Courtney Wiens are still in the running for the top $200 prize. Yet all three of them could be out of the top three in the end if their teams don’t win (with the exception of Adams).There is also three top entries for each potential national champion, excluding Syracuse, that could win some prizes. Let’s do some analyzing:  Total points after week #295  – Erianne Adams  – National Championship pick: Oklahoma.91 – Brian Lewellen – National Championship pick: North Carolina.82 – Dillon Hay – National Championship pick: Oklahoma.82 – Austin Dunn- National Championship pick: North Carolina.79 – Courtney Wiens – National Championship pick: Villanova.78 – Tim Hay – National Championship pick: Villanova.78 – Macy Norris – National Championship pick: North Carolina.77- Melanie Cox – National Championship pick: Oklahoma.75- Casey Weir – National Championship pick: Villanova.Analysis:Adams wins $200 if: Oklahoma wins or Syracuse wins and Oklahoma qualifies for championship. Her Final Four includes: North Carolina over Michigan State, Oklahoma over Villanova in semifinals. Oklahoma over North Carolina in championship.Lewellen wins $200 if: North Carolina wins, or Syracuse wins and Villanova qualifies for championship. His Final Four include: Villanova over Oklahoma, North Carolina over Virginia. North Carolina over Villanova in championship.Wiens wins $200 if: Villanova wins. Her Final Four includes: Villanova over Oregon, North Carolina over Virginia in semifinals. Villanova over North Carolina in the championship.Second and third place potential winnings, is a plethora of combination too numerous to list here.Please note: IN CASE THERE IS A TIE, THE TIE WILL BE BROKEN WITH A DRAWING FROM A BOWL AT PIG SHACK INVOLVING AN OWNER OF THE PIG SHACK.last_img read more

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