Watch Phil Lesh Jam With Warren Haynes, Jimmy Herring & More For The Cap Finale

first_imgLast night marked the finale of Phil Lesh’s three-night stand at the Capitol Theatre. What started as a 76th birthday celebration quickly steamrolled into a monumental run, as Lesh welcomed “The Q” for the second and third nights of the stand. Comprised of Warren Haynes, Jimmy Herring, John Molo, and Rob Barraco, this is one of the longest standing lineups of Friends, and the group did not disappoint.The band opened up the show with a tight jam that wound its way into “Dark Star.” Enjoy video of that below:The set saw the group nice and loose, and they jammed out on a Grateful Dead classic, “New Speedway Boogie.”Afterwards, the band broke out into a cover of Cream’s “Sunshine of Your Love,” which magically segued into “Broken Arrow.” What a combination!“End of the Line” came up next, listen in below.Finally they closed out the set by finishing “Dark Star,” and jamming into “I Know You Rider.” Set two was more of the same magic, opening with a soulful version of “Unbroken Chain.”With jams on songs like “The Wheel,” “Cumberland Blues,” “Uncle John’s Band” and even a cover of Traffic’s “Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys,” this was one for the ages! The show ended with an encore of “Patchwork Quilt.” Check out the full setlist below:Setlist: Phil Lesh & Friends at the Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY – 3/18/16Set One: Jam > Dark Star pl wh rb > Again & Again wh rb, New Speedway Boogie wh pl, Sunshine of Your Love wh > Broken Arrow pl wh, End Of The Line wh > Dark Star v2 pl wh rb > I Know You Rider pl whSet Two: Unbroken Chain pl, Jam > The Wheel pl wh rb > Cumberland Blues pl wh rb, Uncle John’s Band pl wh > No More Do I wh rb > The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys wh > Franklin’s Tower pl wh, Donor RapEncore: Patchwork Quilt wh rb[Photo and videos by Sean Roche]last_img read more

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Bulldogs Track Season Opener Finally Takes Place

first_imgAlthough the air still had a little bite to it, the sun was shining and the Batesville Bulldogs track and field teams finally got to open up their season, after getting rained out last weekend. The Bulldogs traveled to Franklin County for their dual meet against the Wildcats. Both the boys and the girls start the season with a win having very similar scores. The girls won 95-37 with the boys winning 93-39.Batesville swept all of the relays with the girls bringing home 10 of the other 13 eventsand the boys 8. The Bulldogs showed their depth as 8 different girls won those 10 individual events and 6 out of the 8 individuals for the boys.Bringing home those blue ribbons were: 100m dash: Sophie Meadows (13.04) and Zach Mears (11.6); 110m hurdles: Garrett Wagner (15.99); 200m dash: Stephanie Nobbe (27.47); 300m hurdles: Clare Bruns (51.56) and Garrett Wagner (41.40); 400m dash: Haylee Harmeyer (1:04) and John Moody (53.71); 800m run: Sarah Poltrack (2:32) and Connor Bell (2:07); 1600m run: Sarah Poltrack (5:33) and Caleb Moster (4:50); 3200m run: Mary Poltrack (12:34) and Caleb Moster (10:40); High Jump: Morgan Meyer (4’6”) and Tim Tunny (5’6”); Shot Put: Samantha Heidlage (33’8”); Discus: Samantha Heidlage (87’4”); 4 x 100 relay teams of: Clare Bruns, Sophie Meadows, Morgan Meyer and Stephanie Nobbe (52.47) and Jacob Koehne, CJ Thomas, John Gerstbauer and Zach Mears (45.8); 4 x 400 relays teams of: Clare Bruns, Madeleine Robben, Sarah Poltrack and Haylee Harmeyer (4:34.4) and Garrett Wagner, Connor Bell, Jacob Koehne and John Moody (3:45.55); and the 4 x 800 relay teams of: Sarah Poltrack, Emma Gausman, Maria Wessel and Mary Poltrack (10:43.9) and Caleb Moster, Clay Yeaton, Quinten Gowdy and Connor Bell (8:53).Second place finishers were: 100m dash: Stephanie Nobbe; 100m/110m hurdles: Clare Bruns and Nathan Bedel; 200m dash: Madeleine Robben, John Moody; 300m hurdles: Chris Laymon; 400m dash: Madeleine Robben and Ian Yorn; 800m run: Emma Gausman and Michael Ripperger; 1600m run: Emma Gausman and Connor Bell; 3200m run: Maria Wessel and Clay Yeaton; High Jump: Hannah Canady and Kevin Bedel; Long Jump: Stephanie Nobbe and John Moody; and Pole Vault: Nathan Bedel.Finishing out the scoring for the night and taking 3rd place were: 110m hurdles: Chris Laymon; 100m dash: Morgan Meyer; 300m hurdles: Kasey Barrett and Henry Lipinski; 800m run: Quinten Gowdy; 1600m run: Clay Yeaton; 3200m run: Kylie Lehman and Jackson Wooldridge; High Jump: Adam Bedel; Shot Put: Kevin Bedel; and Discus: Adam Bedel.Many Bulldogs opened up their season with a personal best and they were:  110m hurdles-Garrett Wagner and Chris Laymon; 200m dash-John Moody, Gavin Koester and Ridge Douglas; 300m hurdles-Garrett Wagner and Chris Laymon; 400m dash-Ian Yorn; 800m run-Sarah Poltrack and Quinten Gowdy; 1600m run-Sarah Poltrack and Emma Gausman; 3200m run-Jackson Wooldridge; 4 x 400m split-Garrett Wagner, Connor Bell, Ian Yorn, Chris Laymon, Quinten Gowdy; 4 x 800m split-Emma Gausman, Quinten Gowdy, Jackson Wooldridge and Ian Yorn; Long Jump-Chris Laymon; Shot Put-Tim Tunny; Discus-Tim Tunny; and Pole Vault-Nathan Bedel and Jackson Wooldridge.Great start to the 2016 season! The Bulldogs will travel to Lawrenceburg to take on the Tigers Thursday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.last_img read more

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