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Connersville winter baseball camp

The Connersville High School baseball team will be hosting a winter baseball camp on Tuesday and Wednesday inside the CHS gymnasium.

Cost for the camp will be $20 for anyone who pre-registers, and $25 for those who register at the door.

The camp is for kids in grades 1-8, and each participant will receive instruction on proper hitting, fielding and throwing fundamentals.

Those wishing to pre-register can contact Connersville High School baseball coach Scott Sargent for a registration form. He can be contacted at sargent@fayette.k12.in.us

Checks (made payable to CHS baseball) can be mailed to Sargent at 1300 Spartan Drive, Connersville, Ind. 47331. 

UCLA extends suspensions for freshmen players

LOS ANGELES (AP) — UCLA has extended the suspensions of freshmen basketball players Jalen Hill and Cody Riley through the end of the season as a result of their admitted shoplifting during the team’s trip to China in November.

Athletic director Dan Guerrero and coach Steve Alford announced the decision in a joint statement. The Bruins left campus on Thursday ahead of their game against No. 7 Kentucky on Saturday in New Orleans.

Riley and Hill still won’t be allowed to travel with the team or suit up for home games. However, they can begin participating in practices and team meetings starting Dec. 26.

“I’ve told our players all along that actions have consequences, and the season-long suspension shows how seriously we take their misconduct,” Alford said in the statement.

LiAngelo Ball was suspended with Riley and Hall but his father withdrew him from school – a move Alford said he never saw coming – and he signed a contract to play professionally in Lithuania, along with his 16-year-old brother LaMelo.

Ohio beats UAB in Bahamas Bowl

NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — Ohio coach Frank Solich knew his Bobcats were better than their record showed.

Dorian Brown rushed for 152 yards on just 12 carries and scored four touchdowns, Nathan Rourke threw for two scores and Ohio beat UAB 41-6 in the Bahamas Bowl.

It was a stirring comeback for the Bobcats, who lost their last two games of the regular season to miss a shot at the Mid-American Conference title.

“I feel like eight wins were not enough with this football team, so this ninth win puts a little icing on the cake,” Solich said.

Wyoming wins Famous Idaho Potato Bowl

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Josh Allen threw three touchdown passes in his final game for Wyoming, and the Cowboys took advantage of Central Michigan’s eight turnovers to cruise to a 37-14 victory in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.

During the postgame award ceremony, Allen declared his intention to give up his final season of eligibility to enter the NFL draft. Wyoming (8-5) rebounded after losing its last two regular-season games with Allen sidelined by a sprained right shoulder.

Allen was 11 of 19 for 154 yards with no interceptions. He showed off his arm strength on a perfect 45-yard pass that hit receiver C.J. Johnson in stride in the end zone.

Central Michigan (8-5) had won five straight. The eight turnovers broke the previous Famous Idaho Potato Bowl record of six.


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