Today Dell is introducing new solutions across its commercial portfolio to deliver the world’s most secure and manageable PCs, as well provide advances in smart design, productivity and sustainability to meet the ever-expanding needs of a global, diverse workforce.Watch the launch video at: www.dellemc.com/innovationmaderealNewsInnovation Made Real: Announcing the New Dell Commercial PC PortfolioBusiness leaders worldwide are balancing two objectives: keeping the business running smoothly by preventing security and productivity disruptions while simultaneously tapping into the incredible potential of new innovations, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and VR/AR. Dell is introducing new solutions across its commercial PC portfolio designed to help businesses of all sizes achieve that critical balance. In addition to being the world’s most secure and manageable commercial PCs, Dell’s updated commercial lineup features advances in smart design, productivity and sustainability to meet the ever-expanding needs of a global, diverse workforce.BlogsDell OptiPlex Celebrates Anniversary with All-New, Space-Saving Solutions by Ralph PearsonPower as Big as Your Ideas by Ralph PearsonThe Legacy Continues with the OptiPlex XE3 by Ron PughA Perfect Blend of Power Efficiency and Cooling by Julie TatumBetter Performance = Better Business by Sean KinneyFind more resources from today’s launch here.
4x1600m relay: 6th, 20:06.84 – Reid McClintic, Kevin Johnson, Louis Moore, Jared Hasselbring; 110mHurdles: 5th Collin Springmeyer 17.94; 8th Vincent Pavy 18.96; 4x100m relay: 5th, 47.90 – Shawn Partlow, Vincent Pavy, Luke Lozier, Zach Pokrzywinski; Distance Medley Relay: 6th, 11:31.69 – McClintic (1200m), Daimon Austion (400m), Hunter Butz (800m), Johnson (1600m); 4x400m relay: 6th, 3:46.68 – Jadrian Woods, Moore, Butz, Austin; 3200m run: PR for Kyran Luken in 12:09.79; 4x200m relay: 5th, 1:40.88 – Pavy, Woods, Austin, Devin Imel; 4x100m Throwers relay: 5th, 57.40 -Cody Bauer, Landon Diekhoff, Dylan Cain, Jesse Hunter; Sprint Medley relay: 4th, 1:45.64 – Pavy (100m), Lozier (100m), Pokrzywinski (200m), Woods (400m)4x800m relay: 5th, 9:05.99 – McClintic, Johnson, Butz, HasselbringHigh Jump: 3rd, Pokrzywinski/Lozier; Long Jump: 6th, Pokrzywinski/Partlow; 8th, Lozier, Hunter; Discus: 6th, Tanner Yonts/Cain; Pole Vault: 5th, Eric Lowe/Charlie Pumphrey.Final Team Scores1. Columbus North 1112. Bedford North Lawrence 80.53. Silver Creek 774. Terre Haute North 765. Crown Point 746. Brown County 62.57. Terre Haute South 588. Greensburg 529. Heritage Christian 4410. Providence Cristo Rey 1111. Seymour 4The squad will be in action on Tuesday when they host Franklin Community and celebrate Senior Night.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Mike Myers. The Lady Pirates traveled to Nashville for the Brown County Talon Relays Saturday morning and came away with a Runner Up finish only 3 points behind the Champion Columbus North Bulldogs. The Greensburg Girls placed in 16 of the 17 contested events they competed in with many top performances. The only event the ladies did not score in was the shuttle hurdle relay in which they did not have an entry.Ashlynn Meyer defended her 2016 individual 100 Hurdle title without a single competitor coming close to her stride. Other Champions included Lily Grimes (111′ PR) and Erin Browning (109’1.5) with a combined 220’1.5″ discus throw and Rylie Smith (14’6) and Jaylin Hampton (14’1) adding up to a 28’7″ long jump.Champions100 Hurdles – Ashlynn MeyerDiscus – Lily Grimes & Erin BrowningLong Jump – Rylie Smith & Jaylin HamptonRunner Up ChampionsShot Put – Lily Grimes & Erin Browning6400m Relay – Julia Ankney, Morgan Winkler, Charlotte Anderson, Reagan WhiteDistance Medley Relay – Cathy Newhart, Kayla Davis, Julia Ankney, Cami JonesThrowers 400 Relay – Allison Ralston, Kailee Kidd, Lily Grimes, Erin Browning3rd Place 3200m – Cathy Newhart800m Relay – Montana Whitaker, Koregan Kidd, Arie Hampton, Mary West4th Place100 Hurdles – Rylie SmithHigh Jump – Arie Hampton & Erika FixmerSprint Medley Relay – Mary West, Jaylin Hampton, Montana Whitaker, Rylie Smith3200m Relay – Cathy Newhart, Morgan Winkler, Julia Ankney, Cami Jones5th PlacePole Vault – Koregan Kidd & Mikayla Markland400m Relay – Rylie Smith, Mary West, Jaylin Hampton, Ashlynn Meyer6th Place 1600m Relay – Cami Jones, Jaylin Hampton, Kayla Davis, Julia AnkneyThe Lady Pirates will compete again next Tuesday at home against Franklin Community after Senior Night. We will be honoring our 5 seniors: Thrower Erin Browning, High Jumper Arie Hampton, Hurdler/Long Jumper Rylie Smith and Managers Emma Overmeyer and Emma Taylor.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Katina Tekulve.The Greensburg Boys Track and Field team traveled to Brown County to compete in the Talon Relays Saturday. Thankfully the rain missed the meet, but the wind and some cooler temperatures prevailed throughout the day.Overall the Pirates competed well but did not finish as high as we would have wanted coming in 8th with 52 points. Columbus North was the team champion with 111 points.Events and point scorers for the Pirates were:
Press Association It is not unusual for a less-fancied side to be among the big hitters at the start of a season but, with Leicester showing no signs of slipping off the pace heading into Christmas, this is developing into a very different story. “Leicester deserve to be top of the league,” Martinez said. “I think Claudio Ranieri deserves all the credit for developing the belief in that team. “Of course they are (title contenders). I don’t see why they shouldn’t be. It’s not because they are top of the league, it’s because they’ve been so competitive in every game. “I’ve seen a real change. The first two or three fixtures, they were testing themselves and seeing how they could compete. Now it’s different. “The last few games, there’s an incredible belief. They go out knowing they’re going to win the football game, and I think when you develop that momentum, it can be very powerful. “Of course in a competition of 10 months you’re relying on (a lack of) suspensions, injuries, you have to be a bit fortunate, and Leicester is no different, but, where they are now, the way they are playing and the momentum that they achieved, they are capable of achieving anything this season.” It has been a remarkable transformation for a team who were bottom of the table last Christmas and looked to be heading for relegation until a dramatic upturn in form at the end of the season. Martinez will hope to hand Leicester just a second defeat of the season on Saturday but the Spaniard thinks the Foxes’ rise is a fillip for football. The Toffees are the latest team to try to derail the flying Foxes, with Claudio Ranieri’s team the visitors to Goodison Park on Saturday. Leicester top the table by two points after Monday’s victory over Chelsea and are a full 12 points clear of Martinez’s 10th-placed team. “They are refreshing for modern football because we all know that finances dictate a lot,” he said. “Normally, in any competition, at the end of the season, more or less the expected sides are always there. I think when you see teams like Leicester and the nature of this year’s competition, I think it’s inspirational and it’s something you want every footballer to believe, that you can achieve something that probably you’re not predicted to. “It’s the belief, the momentum, the way they play, it’s very refreshing, so I’m sure every neutral football fan up and down the country will have a soft feeling towards what Leicester are achieving. “I think this campaign is the most open we have had for many years and I think that’s good for football in general.” Everton could well still be without midfielder James McCarthy for the game as he continues to recover from a hip problem, but defender John Stones has shown no ill effects from the knocks to his ankle and knee that he picked up before and during the draw against Norwich last weekend. Martinez, who reiterated that he will not be selling any of his key players in January, said: ” It’s been really good news. In the last two days (Stones) has been able to do his normal work. He’s in perfect condition for the weekend.” Midfielder Steven Pienaar, meanwhile, is closing in on his first appearance of the season after recovering from a hamstring problem. Leicester are capable of achieving anything this season, including winning the Premier League title, according to Everton boss Roberto Martinez.