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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Owensville Dutchmen Get Stomped by Sullivan

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Sullivan 44, Owensville 6


A Gridiron stunner came in Owensville, where the sixth-ranked Sullivan Eagles dominated play in a 44-6 Four Rivers Conference victory over the second-ranked Dutchmen.
Sullivan (2-0) plays at De Soto next Friday while Owensville heads to Borgia (2-0). Both games start at 7 p.m.
Sullivan opened scoring in the first quarter when Adam Weiland hauled in a 33-yard pass from Adam Tiefenbrunn.
Sullivan led 26-0 at the half. Owensville’s Jason Kottwitz scored the only touchdown for the Dutchmen, but it was a memorable one as he went 98 yards.
Scoring Summary
S 6-20-0-18=44
O 0-0-6-0=6
First Quarter
S — Adam Weiland 33 pass from Adam Tiefenbrunn (kick failed), 2:55
Second Quarter
S — Casey Philpot 13 run (run failed), 10:05
S — Weiland 20 run (conversion failed), 7:02
S — Tyler Schatz 4 run (Clayton Mayer pass from Tiefenbrunn), 1:54
Third Quarter
O — Jason Kottwitz 98 run (kick failed)
Fourth Quarter
S — Mayer 6 run (PAT failed)
S — Blake Fuchs 55 run (PAT failed)
S — Craig Schmidt 4 run (PAT failed)

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Hermann Bearcats Lose Close Game to St. James

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St. James 32, Hermann 26
by Rob Viehmann, Saint James Press

Friday night Four Rivers Conference game ended in a 32-26 win for the No. 8 St. James Tigers (2-0) over the No. 11 Hermann Bearcats (0-2).
Jake Harlan hit Justin Lineback for a 31-yard touchdown pass with 6:23 to play to break a 26-26 tie in the game.
It was Harlan’s third touchdown pass of the game and Lineback’s second. Lineback has caught four touchdown passes this season. Harland also ran for two scores in the win.
St. James hosts Union next Friday while Hermann travels to Pacific (1-1).
The game started with a wild first quarter. St. James outscored the Bearcats, 20-14.
St. James jumped on top in the opening minute as Lineback caught a 52-yard touchdown pass from Harlan with 11:18 left in the quarter. St. James converted the extra-point kick and led 7-0.
Hermann came back on a 71-yard run by Justin Wurtz with 8:35 left in the quarter. The conversion attempt failed and St. James led, 7-6.
The Tigers went up again, 14-6, on a one-yard run by Harlan with 4:26 left in the quarter. Hermann countered with Nick Koenig returning the kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown with 4:10 to play. A two-point conversion attempt was good and it was 14-14.
Harlan hit Caleb Martensen for a 35-yard scoring strike with 3:08 left in the first quarter. The kick failed.
Hermann came back to tie it with 2:50 left in the half on a nine-yard run by Dalton Grosse. Hermann again went for the two-point conversion, but failed and it was 20-20 at the intermission.
Harlan’s 29-yard run on the first play of the fourth quarter broke the deadlock, but Hermann tied it on a two-yard run by Wurtz with 8:00 left in the game.
That’s how it stood until Harlan hit Lineback with 6:23 to play.
Scoring Summary
SJ 20-0-0-12=32
H 14-6-0-6=26
First Quarter
SJ — Justin Lineback 52 pass from Jake Harlan (PAT good), 11:18
H — Hermann’s Justin Wurtz 71 run by (conversion failed), 8:35
SJ — Harlan 1 run (kick good), 4:26
H — Nick Koenig 90 kick return (conversion good), 4:10
SJ — Caleb Martensen 35 pass from Harlan (kick failed), 3:08
Second Quarter
H — Dalton Grosse 9 run (conversion failed), 2:50
Fourth Quarter
SJ — Harlan 29 run (kick failed), 26-20
H — Wurtz 2 run (conversion failed), 8:00
SJ — Lineback 31 pass from Harlan (kick failed), 6:23

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Obama's NATO "Humanitarian” War: Libyan Rebels Round Up Black Africans Hold Them In Prison Camps

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Libyan Rebels Round Up Blacks, Put Them In Prison Camps

Massacre, torture and abuse of innocents destroys NATO’s “humanitarian” legitimacy
Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
Friday, September 3, 2011
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NATO-backed Libyan rebels are rounding up thousands of innocent black migrants and taking them to prison camps as part of mass reprisals that include reports of indiscriminate killings, mistreatment and torture, as the “humanitarian” veneer of the west’s military intervention quickly crumbles.
Migrant blacks and sub-Saharan Africans comprise one third of the entire Libyan population, and a minority were hired by Gaddafi as mercenary fighters, but rebels are treating them all as enemy combatants, with reports of abuse, murders and mass arrests increasing in volume.
“Rebel forces and armed civilians are rounding up thousands of black Libyans and migrants from sub-Sahara Africa, accusing them of fighting for ousted strongman Moammar Gadhafi and holding them in makeshift jails across the capital,” reports the Associated Press.
The AP story notes that virtually all of the victims are innocent migrant workers and have not fought for Gaddafi, but rebels are still rounding them up and interning them in sports stadiums and other prison camps simply on the basis of their skin color.
At least 5,000 men have been detained, but human rights groups put the figure far higher.
However, the abuse goes way beyond mass roundups. African Union chairman Jean Ping told the Washington Post there was clear evidence of reprisal murders. “They are killing people, normal workers, mistreating them,” he stated. The story also relates how 500 Darfuris are “ are desperately trying to get out of Libya…. they very much fear for their lives because of the color of their skin,” according to Richard Sollom, deputy director of Physicians for Human Rights.
Amnesty International investigators have also witnessed abuses at the Central Tripoli Hospital, “including men being dragged from hospital beds and detained,” while also witnessing unidentified dead bodies of black men being transported to the morgue.

The London Independent also reported on how Amnesty representatives witnessed rebels dumping the decomposing bodies of 30 men, almost all of them black, after they were killed outside a makeshift hospital which bore the symbol of the Islamic Crescent.
The killings have been spurred by “apparently overblown, or downright false” rumors “that Gaddafi had hired black African mercenaries from Chad and elsewhere to act as executioners of Libyan civilians, gunning them down in cold blood during protests,” writes Rick Moran.
The potential for abuse, torture and indiscriminate killings of black migrant Libyans to escalate into a substantial program of racial ethnic cleansing carried out by radical Islamist rebels, who are being led by Al-Qaeda terrorists, is why the African Union has refused to support NATO’s act of regime change.
The NATO-backed Libyan Transitional National Council has warned against reprisal killings, but the TNC has little power to stop such atrocities given that terrorist commanders such as Abd Al-Hakim Belhadj and their armies are in control of major cities including Tripoli.
The rebels’ treatment of black Libyans offers further proof to underscore the fact that NATO’s “humanitarian” pretext for intervention was a complete hoax and that western forces have in fact handed an entire country over to mobs of extremists and racists who will continue to discriminate and abuse the black population until it is driven out of the country altogether.
The videos below show clear evidence of blacks, the majority of whom are innocent migrant workers and not Gaddafi loyalists, being mistreated, attacked and killed by Libyan rebels. One particularly disturbing clip shows a black man hung for public display.
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