Bulldogs Tame Tigers On The Track

first_imgGreat meet and excellent effort by all!  Congratulations on the win and all the PR’s! Batesville does not compete again until the end of next week.  JV will travel to South Dearborn on Thursday and varsity will travel to Franklin Community on Friday.  Good Luck!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.Photo courtesy of Jack Smith. Batesville High school had their 3rd meet of the season where they hosted the Lawrenceburg Tigers.  The wind was pretty strong at the beginning of the meet, but began to die down about an hour in, making for much better running conditions.  Both the boys and the girls came away winning 11 of the 16 events, proving to be enough to take the win over Lawrenceburg.  The boys final score was 87-45 with the girls at 95-36, extending our record to 3-0 and 2-1 respectively.Blue ribbon winners for the Bulldogs were:Adam Bedel-discus (113’0″)Justin Heiser-long jump (17’8.25″)Kent Meyers-high jump (6’0″) and pole vault (8’6″)Joshua Meyers-1600m run (5:10.25) and 3200m run (11:44.63)JJ Kuisel-400m dash (53.28)Johnathon Lynch-800m run (2:16.41)Carley Pride-high jump (4’10”)Stephanie Nobbe-pole Vault (8’0″) and 200m dash (27.64)Lilly Meyer-long jump (14’10”)Roxie Hund-100m hurdles (18.47)Liz Loichinger-1600m run (5:48.84)Katie Olsen-400m dash (1:04.56) and 800m run (2:47.35)Lily Pinckley-3200m run (12:53.19)The 4 x 800m relay teams of: JJ Kuisel, Will Nuhring, Vonley Hund and Johnathon Lynch(9:15.84) and Liz Loichinger, Maria Lopez, Lily Pinckley and Katie Olsen (11:08.3)The 4 x 100m relay teams of: Tyler Myers, Justen Heiser, Charlie Laymon and Sam Haskamp (46.81) and Gabby Gibbs, Lilly Meyer, Roxie Hund and Stephanie Nobbe (53.38)The 4 x 400m relay team of: Johnathon Lynch, Tyler Myers, Vonley Hund and JJ Kuisel (3:48.03)2nd place finishers were:Tyler Myers-long jumpSam Sittloh-shot putZach Gutzwiller-pole vaultSam Haskamp-100m dash and 200m dashDillon Murray-1600m runAdam Hollowell-3200m runGabby Gibbs-shot put and high jumpKatie Bedel-pole vault and discusCallie Main-long jumpStephanie Nobbe-100m dashLily Pinckley-400m dashRoxie Hund-300m hurdlesLilly Meyer-200m dashTrysta Vierling-3200m runAnd 3rd place spots went to:Adam Bedel-shot putGabe Gunter-high jumpKasin Hughes-pole vaultChase Hamilton-110m hurdlesJustin Heiser-100m dashNathan Villani-1600m runKavin Saravanan-400m dashTyler Myers-300m hurdlesDaren Smith-800m runJJ Kuisel-200m dashDillon Murray-3200m runCallie Main-shot put and discusKatie Bedel-high jumpLilly Meyer-100m dashMaria Lopez-1600m runLarissa Lair-400m dashAva Ralston-800m runAgain, despite the windy conditions earlier and taking advantage of the great weather later, there were many Bulldogs receiving a person best for the night and they are by event:100m dash-Justing Heiser, Ben Schebler, Gabe Gunter200m dash-Sam Haskamp, Justin Heiser, Ben Schebler, Kent Meyers, Luke Nuhring, Austin Cornn, JJ Kuisel, Lilly Meyer400m dash-Vonley Hund, Quinn Rasnick300m hurdles-Tyler Myers, Chase Hamilton, Roxie Hund1600m run-Daren Smith, Maria Lopez4 x 800m relay split-Johnathon Lynch, Vonley Hund, Trysta Vierling4 x 400m relay split-Luke Nuhring, Roxie Hund, Maria Lopez4 x 100m relay teams of: Tyler Myers, Justin Heiser, Charlie Laymon and Sam Haskamp, Justin Wuestefeld, Austin Cornn, Mason Enneking and Luke Nuhring, Gabby Gibbs, Lilly Meyer, Roxie Hund and Stephanie Nobbe, Katie Bohman, Taylor Townsley, Michaela Nobbe and Callie Main.Shot Put-Connor Batchelor, Jack Forbeck, Levi Lowery, Derek Vansickle, Quinn Rasnick, Will Messerschmidt, Katie Bedel, Callie Main, Carlie SchrankDiscus-Luke Nuhring, Derek Vansickle, Sam Haskamp, Katie Bedel, Callie Main, Georgie DollPole Vault-Kasin MainLong Jump-Tyler Myers, Michaela Nobbelast_img read more

Area Basketball Scores (1-9)

first_imgArea Basketball ScoresThursday  (1-9)Boys ScoresRivertown Classic @ South DearbornLawrenceburg  54     South Dearborn  52Switzerland County  44     Rising Sun  39The Batesville Bulldog Freshman moved to 5-6 with a win over Connersville Thursday. Ben Harmeyer made the go-ahead layup with 3 seconds left in the game to secure a 22-20 victory over the Spartans. Nate Vankirk led the team with 10 points, while Bryson Bonelli added 6. The Bulldogs will play Greensburg away next Monday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Scott Henderson.Girls ScoresNorth Decatur  59     South Decatur  29Greenwood Christian  69     Hauser  44Shawe Memorial  29     Rock Creek Academy  11Shelby County TourneyTriton Central  79     Waldron  35Morristown  44     Southwestern Shelby  43   (OT)The JV Lady Bulldogs fell to a scrappy South Ripley team last night 38-33. The ladies jumped out to a quick start in the first half but we had trouble finding the bottom of the net in the 2nd. The Bulldogs played with great effort the entire game falling just short.  Scoring:  Sarah Ripperger 10, Emma Weiler and Calley Kaiser 7, Ava Hanson 4, Carley Pride 3, Gabby Elston 2.  The Bulldogs will be back in action next Friday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Clint Pride.last_img read more

Elsie Mary Gaebel Milton June 17, 1926 – February 1, 2020

first_imgElsie Mary Gaebel Milton, age 93 of Blue Jay, USA passed away at her home Saturday, February 1, 2020. Born June 17, 1926 in Miamitown, Ohio the daughter of William Alonzo and Elsie (Fehlmann) Bunnell.Elsie a 1944 Miamitown High School graduate married Kenneth E. Milton January 21, 1977 in Miamitown, Ohio. Member of Miamitown Church of Christ.Elsie is survived by her husband Kenneth Milton, mother of Elsie “Sissy” Marie Gaebel and mother in law of Luana Gaebel. Grandmother of Joyce (Brian Vaske) Wheeler, Tobias Wheeler, Heather Gaebel, Melissa (Jerry) Burns, Judi Borne and Nick Borne. Great grandmother of Joshua (Lindsay) Quinlan, Katilyn Quinlan, Harrison Gaebel, Patrick Burns, Mary Burns, Michael Steven Mauch, Cassandra Vaske, Brian Joseph Vaske Jr., Kayli Borne, Allison Borne, Logan Borne and Bryan Johnson. Great great grandmother of many. Sister of James “Jim” Bunnell. Sister in law of Eleanor Bunnell.Preceded in death by her parents William and Elsie Bunnell, husband Harold Gaebel, son Harold “Butch” Gaebel Jr., granddaughter Holly Borne, brother William Bunnell, sister Ivy Cormican Zix and brother in law Russell Cormican.Visitation will be held Thursday, February 6, 2020 from 11:30 A.M. until time of funeral service at 1:00 P.M. with Pastor Virgil Farringer officiating all at Jackman Hensley Funeral Home 215 Broadway Street Harrison, Ohio 45030. Burial will follow at Miamitown Cemetery.Memorials may be directed to Hospice of Cincinnati Bethesda c/o the funeral home.last_img read more

AG urges Hoosier businesses to boost cyber-security protections

first_imgStatewide—Attorney General Curtis Hill, co-chair of the Indiana Executive Cyber-security Council’s Legal and Insurance Working Group, today warned Hoosiers and especially business-owners to take proactive measures to protect online security. Cyber attacks, he said, are near an all-time high.“These malicious efforts are coming in the form of phishing attempts, malware attacks and ransomware demands,” Attorney General Hill said. “They are a concern for both the public and private sectors. My office takes very seriously the security of all Hoosiers and the companies where they work. We will continue to do everything possible to ensure the online safety of Indiana residents.”To that end, Attorney General Hill urged Hoosier businesses to complete a cyber risk planning survey. While many businesses will receive mailings, anyone may find the survey online. The survey should take no more than 25 minutes and will help the Indiana Executive Cyber-security Council better understand the cyber-security threats Indiana is facing.Several high-profile data breaches in recent years, involving such large companies as Equifax, Neiman Marcus and Premera, have served as stark reminders of dangers lurking online. Data breaches sometimes destroy companies’ ability to even stay in business.The Indiana Executive Cyber-security Council is working in collaboration with researchers at Indiana University and the University of Arizona to explore how Indiana organizations perceive and manage cyber risks. To participate in the online survey, click here.last_img read more

Phone Scam for “bail money”

first_imgRushville, IN—The Rushville Sherrif’s Department has reported that they have received several reports of telephone scammers calling to attempt to get money from individuals under the presumption that a family member is in legal trouble. The scammers are asking for large sums of money to help said family member pay for legal fees. The scammer continues to make the victim believe that the scammers are the actual family member.The scammer then asks that the would-be victims send cash money via FedEx to the family member.The Sheriff’s Department would like to remind the public that it is very difficult, and in most cases impossible, to get money back from scams. Please make your elderly family members aware of such scams!. And please remember not to send money to anyone without verifying the information with other family members.last_img read more

Joe Diffie dies from COVID-19

first_imgNineties country hitmaker Joe Diffie passed away Sunday in Nashville of complications from the COVID-19 coronavirus. He was 61.It was only Friday that his family announced through his publicist that Diffie was sick. So far, they haven’t released any details or arrangements, simply asking for privacy.The much-revered traditionalist broke onto the scene in 1990, sending his debut single, “Home,” all the way to number one. His first album, A Thousand Winding Roads, boasted three more hits, including the chart-topping “If the Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets).”Diffie continued to be a country mainstay through the rest of the decade, sending songs like “Third Rock from the Sun,” “Pickup Man,” and “Bigger Than the Beatles” to the pinnacle of the country chart. His most recent top ten came with 2001’s “In Another World.”The Oklahoma native won a Grammy in 1998 for his contribution to Marty Stuart‘s “Same Old Train” Collaboration.In recent years, both Jason Aldean and Chris Young have name-checked Diffie in their songs “1994” and “Raised on Country,” respectively. An inductee of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, Diffie was also a member of the Grand Ole Opry for a quarter century.last_img read more

Terry A. Grubbs December 16, 1959 – July 10, 2020

first_imgTerry A. Grubbs, age 60 of Harrison, Ohio passed away Friday, July 10, 2020 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Born December 16, 1959 in Hamilton, Ohio the son of Hillman and Marcella (Hacker) Grubbs.Terry a 1978 Ross High School graduate worked as a Welder/Fabricator for Ransohoff in Cincinnati, Ohio for many years.Terry is survived by his son Nick (Kelly) Grubbs. Grandpa of Cecilia and Mattocks Grubbs. Brother of Lea Ann Hobbs, Barbara Hall, Jennifer Hutton and Tony Grubbs.Preceded in death by his parents Hillman and Marcella Grubbs.Visitation will be held Saturday, July 18, 2020 from 10:00 A.M until time of funeral services at 12:00 P.M. with Brian Dunaway officiating all at Jackman Hensley Funeral Home 215 Broadway Street Harrison, Ohio 45030. Burial will follow at Glen Haven cemetery Harrison, Ohio.last_img read more

Brazil names Iwobi Nigeria’s danger man

first_imgRelatedPosts Global COVID-19 cases surpass 27m – Johns Hopkins Everton sign Brazil midfielder from Napoli Reinier completes Dortmund loan switch Brazil assistant coach Cleber Xavier feels Everton forward Alex Iwobi is the man to watch out for when his team faces Nigeria in an international friendly match the National Stadium in Kallang, Singapore on Sunday.The two sides will be meeting for the second time ever, having previously played against each other in 2003 when Brazil won 3-0 in Abuja.Nigeria arrive in Singapore with in-form forwards Emmanuel Bonaventure Dennis of Club Brugge and Lille’s Victor Osimhen, but Tite’s assistant coach Xavier has picked Iwobi as Nigeria’s danger man.“At Nigeria, Iwobi plays more of an inside role as a second striker than at Everton,” Xavier told BBC Sport.“He is the link in the counter-attack, drags opponents out of position and infiltrates well in the box.”Xavier feels Nigeria and Senegal provide the challenge they need to prepare for the 2022 Fifa World Cup qualification campaign“Nigeria defend less than Senegal. The Senegalese are more about positioning with [Idrissa] Gueye marking strongly,” he added.“These two friendlies and the two November friendlies will allow us to test new players and to adjust and tweak some tactical details in attack and defence.“We did this in the preparation for the Copa America. We succeeded in the objective of winning and did so unbeaten.”For Nigeria and Senegal, they will be preparing for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers which begin in November. Tags: Brazillast_img read more

Eaglets lose to Sao Paulo in friendly

first_imgRelatedPosts Ex-Falcons, Golden Eaglets coach dies in Osun Brazilian state records more COVID-19 deaths than China Breaking: Netherland send Eaglet packing from FIFA U17 World Cup Five-time world champions, Golden Eaglets of Nigeria, lost 1-2 to Sao Paulo U17 side in a friendly game played at the Sorocaba Sports Complex in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil on Monday evening.The Nigerian boys approached the game with confidence and were in control at the opening minutes of the game, with Olakunle Olusegun missing the target narrowly when he should have scored.It was Sao Paulo FC that drew the first blood with the first chance they created.A beautiful lop from the midfield was well-controlled by Danilo Silva with his left foot, beating Simon Omon in the process, and he ran into the box with a perfect finish in the 18th minute.Thereafter, the Eaglets unleashed series of attacks in search of an equaliser.Unfortunately, Ibrahim Mohammed and Olusegun failed to convert the chances that were created from the midfield.Peter Ukeme, who appeared not physically fit, was replaced after 35 minutes by Akinkunmi Amoo and the introduction of the stocky attacking midfielder presented a big threat to the Brazilians even as the first half ended with Nigeria trailing 1-0.It was a different ball game entirely in the second half as the Eaglets came in full-blast search for the equaliser.Monsuru Abdulsalam’s left footed shot inside the box was parried by the Sao Paulo goalkeeper for a corner kick.The resultant corner kick was not well-connected, but there was a glimpse of hope that the equaliser was lurking around and it came few minutes later when Monsuru dribbled three defenders, surged into the box and was hacked down for a penalty kick.Olusegun converted the opportunity to make it 1-1.The Eaglets continued piling pressure to break the defence of Sao Paulo for a second time but the goalkeeper came several times to the rescue of the Brazilians.As time ticked away, Sao Paulo’s attackers pounced on a loose ball from the midfield, launched a counter attack and a cross from the left side of the midfield was neatly jabbed into the net by Enrique Santos in the 85th minute. Tags: Golden EagletsSao Paulolast_img read more