The St Louis Cardinals 7th grade boys basketball team defeated the Batesville Bulldogs by a score of 31-24 tonight.
The game was a classic, hard fought Crosstown Shootout where both teams competed with a lot of heart and determination. Scoring for the Cardinals were Charlie Schebler, Alec Bunselmeier, Peyton Ditmer, Noah Tuveson and Nate Vankirk.
With the win, the Cardinals record improves to 9-2. The Cardinals will be in action again next Monday night against the St. Lawrence Panthers at 5:30pm in Lawrenceburg.
Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Ryan Schebler.
The 7th grade Batesville Basketball team fell to St. Louis by a score of 31-24.
Batesville played their best game of the year and hustled the whole game, but came up short in the end. Willy Sherwood led the team defensively and also added 2 points. Bryson Bonelli, Cole Pride, and Max Baumer pulled down some great rebounds and worked hard defensively in the middle. Leading in the scoring was Lyle Oesterling with 13, followed by Bryson Bonelli with 5. Also scoring was Grant Peters with 3, and Cole Pride rounded out the scoring with 1.
Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Ben Pierson.
The 8th grade won a cross town rival game against a good St. Louis team 32-27.
Overcoming early foul trouble the dogs played great team defense creating several turnovers, and pulling down rebounds. The Bulldogs were led in scoring by Eli Pierson with 10. Ean Loichinger followed with 7, Travis Lecher 5, Cole Werner and Zach Wade each had 4. Ian Powers and Will Habig both added a free throw.
The Bulldogs will be in action again Thursday against Sunman-Dearborn at home. Come and support you middle school Bulldogs!
Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Clint Pride.
The St Louis Cardinals and the Batesville Bulldogs 8th grade boys basketball teams entertained a large crowd Tuesday night. However it was the visiting Bulldogs who came away with the win by a final score of 32 to 27.
Abe Streator had a game high 14 points. CJ Grote had 6 points followed by Joe Suttmann with 3. Caleb Lehman and Cody Mohr rounded out the scoring with 2 points each. Cayden Pohlman, Adam Vogelsang and Kyle Salatin played well on both sides of the ball.
Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Mike Burkhart.