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  • Around the Horn
    6-3 for Lady Dogs
    The BHS girls varsity soccer team defeated Greensburg 10-0 Aug. 26 to move to 4-0. Two of the Lady Bulldogs, Elena Kuisel and Billie Puente, picked up hat tricks. Olivia Knueven, Bella Britch, Lily Meyer and Calley Kaiser each scored one goal. Knueven had 4 assists during the contest and Maggie Weberding and Grace Coffey each had one. 
  • EIAC CONFERENCE CHAMPS - LADY DOGS
    Batesville girls golf defeated visiting Lawrenceburg at Hillcrest Thursday, winning 178-209. 
  • Bulldogs, homecoming king shut out Lions
    BATESVILLE - Rushville’s offensive inconsistencies continued Friday as the Lions failed to score for the second week in a row. Harper Miller was at quarterback and junior Matthew Komlanc was in the lineup at halfback for their second consecutive starts. The combo, however, failed to move the ball against a stingy Bulldog defense. Batesville, on the other hand, had no trouble scoring on homecoming night in a 44-0 rout.
  • Dogs fall short in first loss
    AURORA - The Batesville Bulldogs lost a close game Friday at South Dearborn, taking their first loss on the season. 
  • Dogs Sweep County Meet
    Batesville cross country captured both Ripley County trophies at Milan Sept. 2. 
  • Anglers can find fish habitat structure locations and more on DNR’s new interactive reservoir habitat map.
    Habitat structure, such as bundles of Christmas trees, rock piles and wooden platforms, improves aquatic habitat for fish by creating areas for cover, nesting, and more. The structure also attracts bait fish and provides other feeding opportunities.
  • Batesville swimmers win first two meets
    On June 7, the Batesville Swim Team claimed their first victory over Decatur County Tiger Sharks at home. “Monday night was a great night to swim. We got very lucky with the weather and couldn’t have asked for a better of group of kids to coach,”says Coach Greg McMullen.
  • 13-Under Bats win B-Town Showdown
    The 13U Batesville Bats traveled to the Twin Lakes Sports Complex in Bloomington this past weekend and won the Indiana USSSA B-Town Showdown. 
  • Twisters’ run ends at regional
    MORRISTOWN – You could say Oldenburg Academy got “Shak” attacked.
    Hailing from the Greene County town of Jasonville, the Shakamak Lakers put it to the Twisters to the tune of 13-0 in the Morristown Regional baseball championship Saturday night.
  • Bulldogs among state finals field
    INDIANAPOLIS – Ben Davis High School in Indy was the site of the 2021 boys state track and field championships Friday, replacing at least temporarily the campus of Indiana University-Bloomington.
  • Twister tennis moves to 12 - 1
    BATESVILLE –Seeing their intra-county rivals for the first time in two seasons May 5, the Oldenburg Academy Lady Twisters had a top-heavy 4-1 victory over the Franklin County Lady Wildcats on the Batesville High School courts.
  • BULLDOGS SWEEP COUNTY MEET
    Batesville hosted the Ripley County track and field meet Thursday after a year’ hiatus. The Bulldogs picked right up where they left off, winning both ends of the championships. The boys were impressive with 125 points while the girls scored 110. Each won by north of 50 points.
  • BHS baseball youth night
    Youth League night May 7.
  • Batesville HOT with 6 straight wins
    Batesville varsity baseball clobbered rival Greensburg April 26, winning 16-3. 
  • Second Place taken at invitational
    The Batesville Premier Soccer Club U13 girls team competed and took second place in the Red Lion Invitational tournament in Indianapolis April 24-25.
  • Batesville high school wins Ripley Co. meet
    Facing Jac-Cen-Del and Milan April 26 at the Ripley County tournament hosted by North Branch (Bridge track), the Batesville Bulldogs won the county championship. BHS fired a 180 as Milan came in at 187; JCD lagged at 229.
  • BHS TRACK PERFORMS WELL AT BILL SELF
    Batesville’s co-ed track teams traveled to the annual Bill Self Invitational hosted by Franklin Community High School Thursday. BHS had a stellar night despite dropping temperatures.
  • twisters fall just short of upset win
    SHELBYVILLE — The seniors on the court for Oldenburg Academy desperately tried to prolong their season beyond Tuesday’s (March 2) opening round of the Class A sectional at Southwestern High School in Shelby County.
  • Warmer temperatures kick off crappie craze
    Chilly shallows are beginning to warm thanks to higher temperatures and more daylight hours. Take advantage of the warmer weather by targeting crappie as they move into shallower water.
  • Katherine Bedel signs letter of intent
    Katherine Bedel makes a commitment on her intent to play volleyball for the Lincoln Memorial University Railsplitters.
Friday, September 17, 2021
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