The Batesville High School Wrestling team traveled to Milan to wrestle in the annual Milan 6-way. Competing in this event were: Milan, Lawrenceburg, Rushville, South Dearborn, Union County, and Batesville. South Dearborn came away on top defeating all teams today for a 5-0 record.The Bulldogs struggled on the day regarding team scores but competed well individually. Team scores were: Rushville 46 Batesville 30, Union County 42 Batesville 21, Lawrenceburg 75 Batesville 6, Milan 42 Batesville 27, and South Dearborn 65 Batesville 18.Individual win/loss records on the day were: Michael Deal 5-0, Jon Kurtz 4-1, Xavier King 3-2, John Moody 2-3, Jon Vincent 2-3, Miguel Ramirez 1-4, Mitchell Thomas 1-4, Chris Schene 0-5, and Abram Garcia 0-5.Courrtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Deal.
Congratulations to the 5th, 4th and 3rd grade boys Bulldog Basketball teams for making it to Championship Sunday this coming weekend.The 5th Grade Bulldogs (13-1) are the #2 seed and will play Richmond at 3:00 pm at the Spartan Bowl in Connersville. In the other contests, Greensburg plays the winner of New Castle and Centerville with the championship slated for 4:00 pm.The 4th Grade Bulldogs (10-4) are the 6 seed and take on New Castle at 1:00 pm at the Spartan Arena in Connersville. If the Bulldogs advance, they will take on Connersville Red at 3:00 pm with the championship scheduled for 5:00 pm. Other teams in the bracket are Greensburg, Connersville White and Brownstown Black.The 3rd Grade Bulldogs (14-0) are the 1 seed and received a bye in the first round. They will play the winner of Centerville vs. Connersville White at 3:00 pm at Batesville High School. The Championship is at 5:00 pm. Other teams include Connersville Red, Greensburg, Milan and Eastern Hancock.Good luck to all Bulldog teams!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Paul Drake.
I was reading an article in the Indianapolis Star about getting high school officials for Friday night football and basketball games. Bobby Cox, the IHSAA Commissioner, said that the problems are not with getting people to sign up for officiating but to keep them in the business. He feels that in our lifetime an athletic director may have to come out before game time and announce that the game has been cancelled because we have no officials.The main reason people do not stay with this profession is because of the treatment they receive from fans, coaches, and players. Cox said that officials will simply not take this abuse–and they shouldn’t! He hopes that the attitude from the ground level up will change, and people will be willing to return to a profession that once had more officials than could be used on any Friday night.
The Batesville High School Wrestling team ended their regular season by competing in the EIAC Wrestling Tournament.Despite having only bringing 8 wrestlers the Bulldogs were able to land 6 placers. Sophmore JT Linkel placed the highest on the team with a 4th place finish picking up a pin and a tech fall in the process. Receiving 5th place finishes were Senior Dallas Lamping with 2 wins, Sophmore Ethan Gibbs with 1 pin, and Junior Abram Garcia with a pin as well. Finishing 6th was Sophmores Mason Green picking up a pin and Nick Nobbe with 1 victory. Also competing were Sophmores Axel Garcia and Drew Grarbarini.Next Saturday the Bulldogs travel to Franklin County for Sections to begin the state series.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Curtis Miller.
Indianapolis, In. — Hoosier homeowners, renters, businesses and private non-profit organizations that sustained uninsured damage caused by severe storms and flooding starting on or after February 15 can report damage online.A link to the form is also available on the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) website. In the middle of the page under “Featured Topics,” click on ” Heavy Rain and Flooding; February 15, 2018 and continuing.”Individuals will be asked to provide their name, address, phone number and type of damage the property sustained. Losses can include structural damage to homes and loss of personal property.Information gathered from citizens will assist county and state agencies in determining the scope of damage, as well whether state or federal assistance will be available for recovery efforts.FOR QUESTIONSFor questions, contact your county emergency management agency. Contact information is available here. at dhs.in.gov/2797.htm.FOR THOSE WITHOUT INTERNET ACCESSIndividuals without Internet access are encouraged to contact a friend, family member or neighbor for assistance. Web access is also available at many libraries, religious institutions, community centers or other public facilities. If none of those options are available, individuals may also contact their county emergency management agency to report damage.THIS REPORT IS NOT AN APPLICATION FOR ANY ASSISTANCE PROGRAMThis is NOT an application for a grant with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Information will be used to help local emergency management agencies and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security with preliminary damage assessments and to determine if federal assistance can be pursued.
Sardinia, In. — Officials from the Decatur County Emergency Management Agency say State Road 3 will close beginning Monday, April 2 between County Roads 800W and 700W (just north of Sardinia) for bridge work. The project duration is expected to be two months but weather conditions could extend the closure.
Cincinnati, Oh. — Cincinnati-based Kroger plans to stop using plastic bags by 2025 company-wide. CEO Rodney McMullen says they will transition to reusable bags.The Kroger owned location in Seattle, Washington will be the first store to make the change by 2019.Company officials say the change is consistent with their “Zero Hunger/Zero Waste” commitment.
Greensburg, In. — Emergency officials in Decatur County say calls about baseball sized hail and high winds with heavy rains began pouring in around 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Most of the storm damage was on a line from the St. Paul area southeast through the Greensburg industrial area along I-74.There are unconfirmed reports that the Greensburg Walmart store had to be evacuated because of possible skylight damage by hail. There were also reports of high water on I-74 in both directions.In Ripley County officials received several reports of downed trees in the Milan area.National Weather Service officials confirm multiple reports of baseball sized hail and high winds. So far, there have been reports of rotation or damage consistent with a tornado.
Aliton Murphy, age 64, of Metamora, Indiana died Sunday, November 25, 2018 at University of Cincinnati Medical Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.Born January 18, 1954 at the family home in Beattyville, Kentucky, he was the son of the late Herschel & Anna (Flannery) Murphy. On November 15, 2003 he was united in marriage to Sharon Rogers and she survives. Aliton was retired having worked at the Farm Bureau Co-Op for 23 years; the Franklin County Highway Department as well as the State of Indiana. He was a member & Past Master of the Metamora & Andersonville Masonic Lodges; and was a Township Trustee for Metamora for many years. In his leisure time he enjoyed coon hunting, fishing, and visiting with family & friends on his front porch.Besides Sharon, his wife of over 15 years, survivors include a daughter & son-in-law, Tracy (Jason) Denney of Laurel, Indiana, three grandsons, Aliton (A.J.) Denney, Zane Denney, and Joseph Denney; three sisters, Florence Busch of Beattyville, Kentucky, Betty Friend of Delaware, Indiana, and Janie Wolfe of Russellville, Alabama; three brothers, Glen Murphy and Steve Murphy both of Laurel, Indiana, and Lynn Murphy of Shelbyville, Indiana; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, James E. Murphy.A memorial service will be held at Elm Grove Baptist Church in Metamora with the date and time to be announced.Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the Murphy family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences to the family please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com
Immobile is the top scorer in Serie A this season with 27 goals – six more than his nearest rival for the ‘Capocannoniere’ award, Cristiano Ronaldo. The 30-year-old has a phenomenal record for Lazio since joining them in 2016. So far, he has scored 116 goals in 167 appearances for the Rome-based side. This season, he has reached 30 goals in all competitions for the second time in his career. And that form has led to belief he could fill a “chasm” in Manchester United’s lineup. That’s according to Calciomercato.it, who claim that United are considering Immobile as a potential strike target. The Red Devils failed to replace Romelu Lukaku last summer, and could be looking for a new striker. Marcus Rashford has stepped up this season, while Odion Ighalo recently extended his loan until January 2021. However, Calciomercato believe that United could still try to add another option at centre-forward in the shape of Immobile.Advertisement Manchester United are interested in signing Ciro Immobile, but face a battle to convince the Lazio striker, according to reports in Italy. It may not be easy to prise him away from Lazio, however. The Italy international remains under contract until 2023 and is keen to stay in the capital, where he has found the most regularity of his career. The possible price tag of €50m would also raise doubts about the chances of the deal going through. No talks have begun between the two clubs yet, despite the real “appreciation”, the report adds. United are not the only club interested in Immobile, however. TEAMtalk revealed in April that Carlo Ancelotti is eager to take him to Everton, and would be willing to give up Moise Kean in a swap deal. read also:Serie A: Immobile nets hat-trick as Lazio thrash Sampdoria to keep title chase alive Kean is understood not to be part of Ancelotti’s plans, just one year after he was signed from Juventus. A return to Serie A could be on the cards for the youngster, with Lazio’s rivals Roma also interested. Inserting Kean into a potential bid for Immobile would help make Everton’s interest more affordable. However, they will face the same problems as United in trying to convince the player. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted ContentContemplate Life At These 10 Stargazing LocationsBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist MagnetsBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A VeganYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It Appeared6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes