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Oberto Beef Jerky back to sponsoring in H1
By: Rob Connett, 7/25/16

Oberto Beef Jerky is back in the Unlimited Hydroplane world, after ending its sponsorship with Miss Madison at the end of the 2015 season.
The company, owned by Art Oberto, will be onboard the U-16 Ellstrom Racing team for two races -- this weekend's HAPO Tri-Cities Columbia Cup, and next weekend's race in Seattle.
"Oberto is committed to the Seattle community, and hydroplane racing is a beloved part of summertime in Seattle," Oberto CEO and President Tom Hernquist said.
Jean Theoret will return to the cockpit for the U-16, which will have a 1970's throwback paint scheme with Oh Boy! Oberto.
The U-16 did not race in the Madison Regatta, as the team was still looking for a sponsor before locking up Oberto for the next two races.

The U-16 will be one of three teams making season debuts at Tri-Cities this weekend, along with the U-3 and U-18.
The U-1, U-5, U-7, U-9, U-11, U-21, and U-99.9 will also be on the water this weekend.

Coverage of the Columbia Cup can be heard all weekend long on 96.7FM WORX, with heat races 1-2 beginning at 5:00pm on Saturday, heat race 3-4 at 1:00pm on Sunday, and the Final heat race starting at 6:30pm on Sunday.

 

Madison finishes 4-2 in football tournament
By: Rob Connett, 7/25/16

The Madison Cubs football team competed in the Edinburgh 7-on-7 Tournament over the weekend, finishing 4-2 on the day.
The Cubs played for the championship, but lost to Park Tudor, 25-22.

Andrew Frazier passed for nine total touchdowns in the six games, with Clayton Hamby passing for seven TDs and catching two more.
Gabe Stoll had a great day, totaling four touchdowns on offense and three interceptions on defense. Cain Nutley and Gage Sproles each had three touchdowns for the Madison offense in the tournament as well.

 

Shawe still looking for volleyball coach
By: Rob Connett
Shawe Memorial is still seeking a Jr. High volleyball head coach for this upcoming school year.
If you know anyone that is interested, please contact athletic director Steve Sims at (812) 273-2150 or shaweathletics@popeace.org.

 

Shawe softball to host car wash on Saturday
By: Rob Connett, 7/25/16
The Shawe Lady Hilltoppers softball team will host a car wash this Saturday at Craig Toyota, from 10:00am to 2:00pm.
The Kona Shaved Ice Truck will also be on site for refreshments.
All proceeds will go to the Shawe softball team, towards the field renovation project.

 

Applications available for Madison Parks Dept. fall sports, due soon
By: Rob Connett

Forms are available for Madison Parks Department Fall sports -- flag football, tackle football, cheerleading and volleyball.

Tackle Football is for boys and girls in grades 2nd through 6th, and will be split in two divisions (2nd-4th and 5th-6th). The participation fee is $50. Applications are due August 3.
All applications received by the deadline are guaranteed a roster spot. Those that sign up after the deadline may be placed on a waiting list and are subject to a $20 late fee. For tackle football, the roster limit is 24. Mini camp for tackle football will start August 8 at 5:30 at the Rucker Sports Complex.

Flag football is for children ages 5 through second grade for boys, and ages 5 through third grade for girls. The participation fee is $50.
Applications are due August 12.
All applications received by the deadline are guaranteed a roster spot. Those that sign up after the deadline may be placed on a waiting list and are subject to a $20 late fee. For a 5-year-old to qualify to play flag football, he/she must turn 5 by August 1. A copy of the child's birth certificate is required at time of registration. For flag football, the roster limit is 12.

Little League Cheerleading is for children ages 5 through 6th grade. The participation fee is $50.
Applications are due August 19.
The cheer coordinator is Sarah Adams, who can be reached at (812) 801-3432.

Little League Volleyball is for boys & girls in grades 4, 5 and 6. The participation fee is $50.
Applications are due August 19.
All applications received by the deadline are guaranteed a roster spot. Those that sign up after the deadline may be placed on a waiting list and are subject to a $20 late fee. For volleyball, the roster limit is 12.

All applications are currently available at the Parks Office located in the Brown Gym and Rucker Sports Complex. You can also go online at www.madisonparks.com.
For more information, call the office at 812-265-8308 or 812-493-9840.

 

Madden, Irsay to present at Hall of Fame induction
By: Associated Press, 7/26/16

Pro Football Hall of Fame coaches John Madden and Marv Levy are among the presenters chosen to welcome the eight-person Class of 2016 at the induction ceremonies on Aug. 6 in Canton, Ohio.
Madden will speak on behalf of the late quarterback Ken Stabler, who played for Madden with the Oakland Raiders in the 1970s. The quarterback died in 2015 at the age of 69.
Levy will be the presenter for offensive lineman Dick Stanfel, who died last year at 87.
The others inductees (and their presenters), are Edward J. DeBartolo, Jr. (daughter, Lisa DeBartolo), Tony Dungy (Donnie Shell), Brett Favre (wife, Deanna Favre), Kevin Green (Dom Capers), Marvin Harrison (Jim Irsay), and Orlando Pace (son, Justin Pace).

 

NFL says Manning did not use HGH
By: Associated Press, 7/25/16

The NFL has determined that Peyton Manning did not use human growth hormone or any other performance-enhancing drug banned under the league's policy.
The league announced its decision in a statement released Monday, saying it "found no credible evidence" of allegations in an Al-Jazeera America report that Manning's wife received deliveries of HGH in 2011.
Before making its final determination, the NFL interviewed Manning and his wife, Ashley, who were "fully cooperative with the investigation," according to the league.

 

Chapman back in the NL Central as Yankees trade closer to Cubs
By: ESPN.com, 7/25/16

The New York Yankees have agreed to a blockbuster trade that will send star closer Aroldis Chapman to the Chicago Cubs, as first reported Monday by FanRag Sports and confirmed by ESPN's Jayson Stark.
Chicago will send a four-player package to New York that includes top shortstop prospect Gleyber Torres, according to reports. The Yankees also will receive pitcher Adam Warren, minor league outfielder Billy McKinney and an unidentified fourth player, according to FanRag Sports and Stark.
Chapman is 3-0 with a 2.01 ERA and 20 saves for the Yankees after he served a 30-game suspension under MLB's domestic violence policy earlier this season.