The Batesville High School Varsity Girls Basketball team picked up a needed win on Saturday. The Lady Bulldogs defeated visiting South Dearborn by a score of 61-48.
“It was good to get a win coming right off the loss to East Central,” BHS head coach Bryan Helvie commented. “We bounced right back with great effort and some confidence.
The Lady Bulldogs improved to 7-11 on the season with the victory.
The Lady Batesville JV basketball team was defeated by East Central last night 54-18. Although the score doesn’t dictate how hard the ladies played, we just couldn’t get baskets to fall. Shooting only 15% overall.
The leading scorer for the night was Avan Hanson with 6, followed by Billie Puente with 5. Rhea Miller led the dogs in rebounds with 5 and Ava and Claire Saner in steals with 3 each. Other scorers for the night were Claire Saner-4, Oliva Raab-2, and Madelyn Pohlman-1. The ladies will be back at it tonight at home as they take on South Dearborn.
Ava Hanson was the leading scorer with 8 points. Alyssa Nobbe was strong on the boards and led the team with 6 rebounds. Olivia Raab and Madelyn Pohlman led in steals with 3 each. Other scorers for the dogs were Billie Puente, Madelyn Pohlman, and Claire Saner with 4 points, Kaylin Hinners, Rhea Miller, and Olivia Raab with 2, and Renee Lecher with 1.
Batesville travels to Connersville on Tuesday.
Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.