The 7th Grade Batesville Lady Bulldogs won their home opener last night 29-20 vs. the Waldron Mohawks. The girls started strong both halves; outscoring Waldron 19-2 combined in the 1st and 3rd quarters. The team once again play solid defense all evening and did a good job on the boards. The Bulldogs were led in scoring by Sophie Gesell with nine points; Annie Negovetich with eight points; Lydia and Haskamp with six points. Rounding out the scoring was Eden Williams; Dottie Turner; and Veronica King with two points each… The 1-1 Bulldogs will travel to Milan tomorrow night to take on the Indians.
Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Weiler.
The 8th Grade Lady Bulldogs had a great home win against Waldron last night, 34-16. The 8th graders played well on both ends of the floor and worked together as a team. The Lady Bulldogs were led in scoring by Kaylie Raver with 7 and Billie Puente, Elena Kuisel, and Kaylin Hinners all adding in 6 points each. The Bulldogs travel to Milan tonight with the 7th-grade game starting at 5:30.
Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Amer Erhart.
The North Decatur Charger Boys 7th Grade fell to Edinburgh on Monday night by a 37-32 score in the first round of the MHC tourney. The Lancers led at every stop and held a 26-14 lead heading into the final period before the Chargers put on a furious rally by outscoring the Lancers 18-11. The Chargers cut the lead to 3, with less than 10 seconds left in the game, but the Lancers nailed a couple of clutch FT’s to seal their victory. Morris led the scoring for the Chargers with 14, while Hancock had 10, Mauer 4, and Eldridge and Swartzentruber each contributed 2. The Chargers had an outstanding year and finished the season at 13-4.
Courtesy of Chargers Coach Gary Cook.
Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Erin Trenkamp.