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DeWeese was one of thirty-three 4-H youth who received scholarships in a variety of different categories. Some of Indiana’s top agribusinesses, as well as the Indiana 4-H Foundation, sponsored the scholarships. She told HAT that learning communication skills is vital for everyone, “I believe that communications is one of the top three skills that all leaders need to develop. You have to communicate with those around you.” Olivia DeWeeseDeWeese says her 4-H projects helped her set the direction for her life, “4-H helped me find my strengths and weaknesses. I realized that public speaking and journalism were both strengths of mine through the projects that I participated in, and that is how I decided a choice for my career.” DeWeese is a freshman broadcast journalism major at Indiana University. Facebook Twitter SHARE HAT Awards Communications Scholarship at Indiana 4-H Congress HAT Awards Communications Scholarship at Indiana 4-H Congress By Gary Truitt – Nov 18, 2013 Facebook Twitter The scholarships were presented at a luncheon sponsored by CountryMark and Ice Miller LLP. Over the weekend, top 4-H youth from around the state gathered at the Indiana State Fairgrounds for the annual Indiana 4-H Congress. The 4-H Congress brings together the best and brightest of Indiana’s 4-H youth for a day of leadership training and recognition. As it has for the past 6 years, Hoosier Ag Today presented the communications scholarship. This year’s winner Olivia DeWeese of Vanderburgh County typifies a 4-H participant, “I had the honor to be a 9 year member, and I really immersed myself in the leadership and teamwork skills that 4-H offers.” And, like the other several hundred Congress participants, leadership and giving back are part of her 4-H experience, “In 2012, I was crowned Miss Vanderburgh County and that was one of my favorite moments in 4-H. I got to be a role model for all the young girls, and I was the girl that everyone was looking up to, just as I had done in my earlier 4-H career.” SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News HAT Awards Communications Scholarship at Indiana 4-H Congress Previous articleStorms Delay Completion of Indiana HarvestNext articleEPA Proposes Lower RFS Level for 2014 Gary Truitt
Facebook printThe Horned Frog defense didn’t allow Saturday’s close loss against Vanderbilt to turn into a losing streak as it propelled TCU to a victory over Oklahoma State Tuesday night in Stillwater, 79-66.TCU forward Vladimir Brodziansky (10) attempts to block a shot by Oklahoma State guard Kendall Smith (1) in the first half of a NCAA college basketball game in Stillwater, Okla., Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018.(AP Photo/Brody Schmidt)“Good win, we did it with our defense, we’ve been preaching that,” TCU head coach Jamie Dixon said. ”It’s been our weakness, but it seems to be getting better. We held them to 41 percent and outrebounded them by 11. That was the key for us, especially in that second half when we pulled away.”TCU forward Ahmed Hamdy (23) dunks despite pressure from Oklahoma State forward Cameron McGriff in the second half of a NCAA college basketball game in Stillwater, Okla., Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018. Hamdy scored 9 points in the 79-66 TCU win over Oklahoma State.(AP Photo/Brody Schmidt)The Horned Frogs led by just five, 36-31, at the half, leaving Tuesday looking like it would be another tense Big 12 game for TCU.Following a layup from Oklahoma State forward Mitchell Solomon just 13 seconds into the second half, the Cowboys came as close as three points, 36-33, but the TCU sprinted ahead with an 18-6 run over the next six minutes to take control of the game. TCU forward Ahmed Hamdy’s dunk with 13:55 to go gave TCU a 54-39 advantage, and Oklahoma State couldn’t get closer than six points the rest of the night.The key to TCU’s surge was its play around the rim, where the Horned Frogs outscored Oklahoma State in the paint by 22 points, 42-20, and out-rebounded the Cowboys by 11, 37-26.Hamdy returned to the lineup after missing Saturday’s game at Vanderbilt due to sickness. He scored nine points and grabbed four rebounds within 16 minutes off the bench. TCU guard Kenrich Williams scored 13 points in addition to nine rebounds and six assists, and in doing so became the 35th member of the 1,000-point club. He currently ranks 34th all-time in career points at TCU with 1,007 points. Williams also became the eighth person in TCU history with over 1,000 points and 700 rebounds.TCU guard Desmond Bane lays up a shot in the second half of a NCAA college basketball game against Oklahoma State, in Stillwater, Okla., Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018. Bane scored 12 points in the 79-66 TCU win over Oklahoma State. (AP Photo/Brody Schmidt)TCU point guard Alex Robinson added 13 points and four assists, leaving him six assists shy of tying Jamie Dixon (353) for eighth on TCU’s career assist list. TCU guard Desmond Bane added 12 points, five assists and four rebounds for the Horned Frogs, who had five players score in double digits.The Horned Frogs entered Tuesday ranked 13th in the nation with a 50.3 shooting percentage and topped that with a 56 percent night from the field.The win was TCU’s first in Stillwater since a 37-16 victory during the 1924-25 season.Up NextTCU returns home to Schollmaier Arena Saturday for its first matchup against the No. 10 Texas Tech Red Raiders. Tipoff is set for 1 p.m. Listen: The Podell and Pickell Show with L.J. Collier Facebook TCU guard Desmond Bane, center, takes a shot under pressure from Oklahoma State forwards Mitchell Solomon, left, and Cameron McGriff, right in the second half of a NCAA college basketball game in Stillwater, Okla., Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018. Bane scored 12 points in the 79-66 TCU win over Oklahoma State.(AP Photo/Brody Schmidt) Garrett is a Journalism and Sports Broadcasting double major. He is the Managing Editor for TCU360, and his passions are God, family, friends, sports, and great food. Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Linkedin Twitter TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks ReddIt Twitter Boschini talks: construction, parking, tuition, enrollment, DEI, a student trustee Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ Garrett Podell Boschini: ‘None of the talk matters because Jamie Dixon is staying’ Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello ReddIt Linkedin Previous articleEquestrian earns major victory over Texas A&MNext articleTunnel of Oppression shows students scenes of suffering Garrett Podell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ + posts Men’s basketball scores season-low in NIT semifinals loss to Texas
Bemidji State University was sent home empty handed Sunday afternoon, after losing 5-0 the Wisconsin women’s hockey team, allowing the Badgers to sweep the series.The first period Sunday looked like it was going to be a quiet one up until Alex Ehlert of Bemidji received a penalty for hooking. The Badgers capitalized on having an extra player on the ice, with freshman Sarah Nurse scoring the first goal of the game, tipping in a shot by senior forward Madison Packer, and slipping it under the Bemidji goaltender’s legs.Five minutes later sophomore Molly Doner netted the second goal of the game for UW, tucking in a rebound that the goalie couldn’t quite cover. These two goals scored by the third and fourth line forwards just shows the depth of the Wisconsin bench. Mark Johnson has been proud that the offensive contributions have been coming from all four lines this season, and that his younger players have adapted well to the pace of the games.“When a team gets contributions from different people, it becomes much harder to play against them,” Johnson said.This is something that proved to be true as the game went on. The second period consisted of Madison Packer hitting the top shelf and making the lead 3-0, and the third saw two more tallies for the Badgers. The first goal of the last period was a contribution of sophomore forward Kaitlyn Harding and Packer. The senior threw a hard pass across the ice to Harding, who was waiting at the back door to slam it into the net, earning Packer her third point of the game and sixth point of the series. She now sits three points away from becoming the 18th player in Wisconsin women’s hockey history to record 100 career points.To finish off the game, senior forward Blayre Turnbull broke away with the puck while the Badgers were short-handed and made her way to the net. As she approached a Bemidji defenseman standing just in front of goaltender, she took off to the left of the defender while pushing the puck around the right side, faking out both Bemidji players and putting up the fifth goal of the afternoon.The Wisconsin women’s hockey team doesn’t play again until January 3rd, and both the Badgers and Coach Johnson agreed that ending the first half of the season on such a high note was just what they needed.“We played six straight road games, so it’s easy to come back and just be feeling good and not put the time and energy and effort into having a success, but I was very happy with how we played,” Johnson said.