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Bulldogs Boys Soccer Invitational Results

By on September 24, 2020

first_imgBatesville Boys soccer held the 2017 Invitational Saturday.Batesville played the Seymour Owls in the second game of the tournament losing 2-0.Seymour was a challenge for us and we knew going in that we would have to play well defensively and control the ball in order to compete with their speed and skill. 27.49 Seymour scored their first goal off of a diagonal ball played into the middle and the receiver slipped through the defense with a good shot over the keepers head. We held them 1-0 until half time. Second half at 33.07 Seymour put in a second goal to secure their lead. This time the ball was taken down the flank, beat his man, and passed into center for a one time volley into the back of the net. Seymour win 2-0.The consolation game followed at 4:00pm against Centerville winning 7-1.At 31.15 Michael Ripperger attacking their goal got his legs tangled in the box resulting in a Penalty Kick that he was able to bury into the back of the net out of keepers range. Centerville answered back quickly at 27.39 on a breakaway where our defense was caught too high to get back before the goal. Half time ended at 1-1 tie. Second half the Bulldogs pulled it together and out played their opponent. 39.05- Michael Ripperger beats his man down the right wing crosses ball across the goal post and bounces back into the netting. 35.15- Ian Yorn crosses the ball into the center, bouncing header from Michael Ripperger, and a volley finish from Garth Griffith. 32.27- Justin Puente hit a long ball from way out catching the keeper off guard. 31.47- Salvador Blanco dribbled the ball in and placed a low shot on frame. 27.25- Garth Griffith played a through ball in and Michael Ripperger took a one touch finish. 13.46 Calvin Sherwood scored the final goal of the match. Batesville wins 7-1.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Kyle Hunteman.last_img read more

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The set-up begins

By on May 14, 2020

first_imgIn addition, posters will be placed to inform players of cleaning guidelines and behavior standards to minimize the risk of infection., distributed at the entrance of the changing room and access to the training fields, the toilets and the main passage area.At first Players are scheduled to attend the Ciutat Esportiva from Wednesday, May 6 individually and spacedly to undergo the PCR test. At half-hour intervals, between Wednesday and Thursday, all the players in the squad will be summoned, as well as the coaches and staff members. Apart from the test, the footballers will undergo an individualized interview to learn the details of the confinement as well as the control of body mass index and weight on the scale..To restart the training activity, you will still have to wait a few days, because you first need to know the tests of the test -the laboratories will give the result within 48 hours-, so everything indicates that it would not be until Monday 11 of may when footballers would return to activity on the club’s premises, always individually and under the strictest safety regulations. FC Barcelona has already started to implement the protocol to return to competition. This week the club’s chief medical officer, Ramon Canal, spoke with those responsible for the first team to inform them that On Tuesday May 5 they have to be at the Ciutat Esportiva at 9 am to supervise the disinfection process that will be carried out in all the rooms where the players will perform the tests of the Covid19 in addition to the rest of the furniture of the sports facilities. They have also been required to guarantee the stocks regarding the protective material for athletes, that is, masks, gloves, gowns and all the necessary equipment to carry out the coronavirus tests.The disinfection process will be carried out every 48 hours uninterruptedly until the season ends. It is basically an exhaustive cleaning of all the material that involves manual contact with the surface, such as door handles, knobs, railings, benches, chairs, coat racks and bathrooms, among others.last_img read more

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