Batesville Boys soccer held the 2017 Invitational Saturday.Batesville played the Seymour Owls in the second game of the tournament losing 2-0.Seymour was a challenge for us and we knew going in that we would have to play well defensively and control the ball in order to compete with their speed and skill. 27.49 Seymour scored their first goal off of a diagonal ball played into the middle and the receiver slipped through the defense with a good shot over the keepers head. We held them 1-0 until half time. Second half at 33.07 Seymour put in a second goal to secure their lead. This time the ball was taken down the flank, beat his man, and passed into center for a one time volley into the back of the net. Seymour win 2-0.The consolation game followed at 4:00pm against Centerville winning 7-1.At 31.15 Michael Ripperger attacking their goal got his legs tangled in the box resulting in a Penalty Kick that he was able to bury into the back of the net out of keepers range. Centerville answered back quickly at 27.39 on a breakaway where our defense was caught too high to get back before the goal. Half time ended at 1-1 tie. Second half the Bulldogs pulled it together and out played their opponent. 39.05- Michael Ripperger beats his man down the right wing crosses ball across the goal post and bounces back into the netting. 35.15- Ian Yorn crosses the ball into the center, bouncing header from Michael Ripperger, and a volley finish from Garth Griffith. 32.27- Justin Puente hit a long ball from way out catching the keeper off guard. 31.47- Salvador Blanco dribbled the ball in and placed a low shot on frame. 27.25- Garth Griffith played a through ball in and Michael Ripperger took a one touch finish. 13.46 Calvin Sherwood scored the final goal of the match. Batesville wins 7-1.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Kyle Hunteman.
ORVC Report (November 13-18)Players of the Week.Girls Basketball: Lucy Carrigan – Rising Sun and Lilly Simon – Jac-Cen-DelORVC Report (November 13-18)Courtesy of ORVC Recorder Travis Calvert.
Laporte County, In. — Laporte County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Alevizos has denied a request for an injunction on a DNR emergency order allowing rifles on public land during deer-gun season.The Center for Wildlife Ethics and Counsel Laura Nirenberg argued the Indiana Department of Natural Resources was exceeding their statutory authority. The order was issued on November 3 as a way to fix a legislative mistake. The order expires on February 1, 2018.The order was issued after an effort to clarify the use of high-powered ammunition during the last Indiana General Assembly, inadvertently making the use of a rifle on public land illegal.
Batesville, In. — The Southeastern Indiana YMCA invites the public to take the “Whole Life Challenge.” The 8-week class begins on January 4 and meets once a week, Tuesdays at noon and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. Participants will learn to be more active, eat right and find balance in your life. For more information call 812-934-6006 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Batesville, In. — St. Louis School in Batesville has released the 3rd Quarter Honor Roll students, Congratulations!4th Grade:First Honors: Leo Canessa, Amaia Fullenkamp, Ben Greiwe, Sophia Hohenstein, Ashley Hunter, Jaiden Kuria, Bridget Lohmueller, Olivia Meer, Meg Ritter, Rachel Suttmann, Brady Wonnell, Karsyn WatsonSecond Honors: Felicity Brelage, Jadah Ertel, Jack Freeland, Aiden Greiwe, Isabel Imel, Noah Livers, Brycen Miller, Tyler Reder, Cate Reidy, Cora Roth, Matthew Schrand, Paige WattersThird Honors: Caleb Mohr, Kalli Obermeyer, Katelyn Rahe, Donovan Wesseler5th Grade:First Honors: Lucy Abplanalp, Veronica King, Isabel Raab, Santiago Schutte, Carlee SteinkampSecond Honors: Max Amberger, Ryan Duerstock, Sullivan Hill, Ainsley SipplesThird Honors: Adam Meer, Maria Voegele6th Grade:First Honors: Megan Batta, Maggie Beiser, Sady HIrt, Thomas Lohmueller, Paul Meer, Connor Miles, Ella Moster, Isabel Price, Claire Saner, Lilly Schebler, Catherine Streator, Sadie Wachsmann, Madison Wanstrath, Kate Weber, Hannah Wells, Isabelle WonnellSecond Honors: Jayden Boedicker, Lea Cossentino, Rhea Miller, Martha Tuveson, Cole Rudolf, Abigail WuestefeldThird Honors: Marco Canessa, Wes Hollins, Roman Raab7th Grade:First Honors: Megan Bauer, Audrey Beiser, Sylvia Eckstein, Conner Ertel, Aiden Geers, Mary Hunter, Emma Livers, Luke Meyer, Katie Nobbe, Ryanna Phillips, Megan Raab, Cael Rahe, Summer Ratcliffe, Nathan Reder, Betsy Reidy, Allie Savage, Charlie Schebler, Maddie Schrand, Ella Smith, Evelyn Storms, Jalyn Stenger, Noah Tuveson, Nate Vankirk, Wilson Walmsley, Jackson Wanstrath, Teresa WanstrathSecond Honors: Alec Bunselmeier, Kara Bischoff, Alys Cochran, Olivia Freeland, Haley Geisen, Abe Hollins, Hope Kroen, Matthew Miller, Amanda Narwold, Jaden Peters, Mimi WilderThird Honors: Peyton Ditmer, Ben Fulton, John Meer, Luke Meer, Anna Wanstrath8th Grade:First Honors: Elizabeth Cornett, Regina Gerstbauer, Elizabeth Gigrich, Sophie Hirt, Caleb Lehman, Spencer Mack, Ellie Moorman, Benjamin Moster, Olivia Raab, Abe Streator, Faith Tekulve, Kate Voegele, Alyssa Wanstrath, Emma WeberdingSecond Honors: Ava Allen, Nicole Amberger, Lucas Anderson, Amelia Austin, Adam Laloge, Cody Mohr, Cayden Pohlman, Thomas Raver, Joseph Suttmann, Shelby Weiler, Lilly WonnellThird Honors: Solomon Butz, Charles Peck, Ryan Reder, Chelsea Robertson, Ben Ruter, Blake Tonges
Osgood, In. — The Ripley County Bicentennial celebration will kick off Sunday, April 15 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the fairgrounds in Osgood.Residents are invited to enjoy a “taste of Ripley County” with local wines and brews, fare from local restaurants, performances by local students, demonstrations by SE F.A.R.M. Club and the Kids Discovery Factory.Sponsorship opportunities are still available. For more information please call 812-689-7431.
We have 2 of the top rated soccer teams in the state of Indiana right here in WRBI Country. The Oldenburg Boys were rated #1 in the small school division in the state at the time of this writing. Coach Ken Getz has had a great program at Oldenburg since he took over as coach almost 10 years ago. They have made runs deep in the state tourney in the past and seem to have a team that can do the same this year.The Batesville Girls under Coach Kyle Laker were undefeated going into this week. They were just off a big win over #2 Cathedral 1-0. The Batesville Girls, even though they graduated a lot of seniors last year when they made a run last for the state title, are poised to do the same thing again this year. They are rated #4 in 2A.It will not be easy because also doing very well in this area are teams like Lawrenceburg, East Central, and South Dearborn. Good luck to all local soccer programs as they prepare for the state tourney.
I was reading the newsletter from the National Federation of State High School Associations and came across an interesting article about the number of high school students who participate in high school sports throughout the United States. According to this article, this is the 29th consecutive year that there has been an increase in participants.I was amazed to learn that there are close to 8 million high school students participating in at least one sport. There are more male participants, but they are not that far ahead of the girls. A reason for the boys higher number is probably because of football which the girls do not have.The largest gain in athletes has been in boys soccer, although football remains their #1 sport in total numbers. Surprisingly, the girls #1 sport is in track and field.
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It has been reported that Shanghai Shenhua will allow Ighalo’s loan deal to be extended as far as January, but only if the player ties down his future in China until 2024 in a deal worth £400,000 a week. read also:Ighalo’s agent confirms ‘very close’ to Man Utd agreement The striker is currently under contract until 2022 in Shanghai but the club are desperate to top his deal up with a further two years before they allow him to stay – and potentially impress – in the Premier League. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Shanghai Shenhua are willing to allow Odion Ighalo to see out the Premier League season with a loan deal. Ighalo has impressed at Old Trafford His contract with Manchester United is due to expire on Sunday. Talks are ongoing over whether he will remain in England or leave to head back to China, but Sky Sports are reporting that his parent club have come up with a solution.Advertisement Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayWhich Celebrity Endorsement Deals Were Worth The Most?Top 6 Iconic Supercar MoviesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MorePortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist