The East Central Trojans Football Booster Meeting is set for Wednesday (10-9) at 6 PM at the high school cafeteria.
WRBI Area Boys Basketball Scores (2-28)South Ripley 63 Jac-Cen-Del 51Greensburg 54 East Central 38Milan 67 Union County 65Knightstown 75 South Decatur 56Rushville 77 North Decatur 54Trinity Lutheran 68 Rising Sun 49Switzerland County 59 Madison 56Indian Creek 63 Waldron 38Eastern Hancock 64 Hagerstown 62Jennings County 63 Franklin 57
The Bulldogs beat Rushville 4-0.Connor Schuck went 3-3 at the plate, helping the Bulldogs to a 4-0 victory over Rushville on Tuesday. He homered in the third inning and singled in the first and fifth innings.Bryan Hoeing kept Rushville off the board during his six innings of work. Hoeing struck out seven and allowed one walk and two hits.Brad Busalad was charged with the loss. He lasted just six innings, walked six, struck out four, and allowed four runs.The Bulldogs never trailed after scoring two runs in the first on a sacrifice fly by Hoeing and an RBI single by Schuck.The Bulldogs got one-run rallies in the third inning and the fifth. In the third, the Bulldogs scored on a solo home run by Schuck.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Alex Davis.The JV baseball team lost to Rushville at Liberty Park on 4/14 by a score of 12-3.Alex Roell had a great outing on the mound thru 5 innings, throwing 84 pitches – 53 of those for strikes and striking out 12.Kent Siefert led the charge offensively with 2 hits. Alex Roell, Alex McPherson and Joe Bohman had 1 hit a piece.Unfortunately, several miscues by the defense let 10 runs score in the 6th inning and we could not recover.Our next game is this Friday (4/17) @ North Decatur.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Brian Roleson.
The Batesville Middle School 7th Grade team lost a heartbreaker to Connersville on Monday night, 35 to 33.The Bulldogs were plagued early by foul troubles, which also came back to bite them late in the 4th quarter, with 2 players fouling out for Batesville. The Bulldogs left everything on the floor against a tough Spartan team, but in the end it wasn’t enough to come away with a victory. Batesville was led by Mason Barker with 7 points, RJ Powell, Calvin Sherwood and Trey Peters each scoring 6 points, Bristol Davies with 4 points, and Austin Cornn and Ethan Brewer each adding 2 points.With this loss, the 7th grade Bulldogs fall to 2-3 on the season. Batesville will be back in action Tuesday night at home when they take on the North Decatur Chargers at 5:30.Score By Quarter:Batesville- 1st-6, 2nd-8, 3rd-10, 4th-9, Total-33Connersville- 1st-6, 2nd-10, 3rd-4, 4th-15, Total-35Individual Shooting:Mason Barker- 2FG-2, 3FG-1, FT-0 for 0, Total Points-7; Calvin Sherwood- 2FG-3, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total Points-6; RJ Powell- 2FG-2, 3FG-0, FT-2 for 2, Total Points-6; Bristol Davies- 2FG-2, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 1, Total Points-4; Austin Cornn- 2FG-1, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total Points-2; Damon Grieshop- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total Points-0; Pros Moorman- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total Points-0; Trey Peters- 2FG-0, 3FG-2, FT-0 for 0, Total Points-6; Matthew Meyer- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total Points-0; Jaden Peetz- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total Points-0;Nathan Villani- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total Points-0; Alex Siefert- 2FG-0, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total Points-0; and Ethan Brewer- 2 FG-1, 3FG-0, FT-0 for 0, Total Points-0.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Luke Williams.The Spartans win the 8th Grade contest 54-33.Score by quarters.1st Bville 12, Cville 162nd Bville 21, Cville 253rd Bville 23, Cville 42Final Bville 33, Cville 54Batesville Team Stats:14/28 2pt FG0/16 3pt FG5/9 FTBatesville Individual Stats:Dempsy Bohman 10 pts, 5 rbs, 1 ast, 1 stl, 3 blocks.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Bradford.
Edith M. Reed of Sunman was born on February 26, 1948 in Batesville, the daughter of Edward John and Helen Marie Bowman Reed. She worked at Margaret Mary Hospital in Batesville and later, Woodland Hills Nursing Home in Lawrenceburg. Edith loved attending church festivals and playing bingo. On May 24, 2016, at the age of 68, she passed away at the Waters of Batesville. Those surviving who will cherish Edith’s memory include her sisters, Karen Reed, Sharon Campbell and Rosemary Reed, all of Sunman, and Janice (Jack) Kosidlo of Cambria, PA; brother, Richard Reed of Weisburg, and several nieces, nephews and great nieces. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Edward John Reed, Jr., and sister-in-law, Della Reed. Friends may visit with the family on Tuesday, May 31, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 107 Vine Street, Sunman. Funeral services will begin at 12 p.m. and burial will follow in All Saints Cemetery-New Alsace Campus. Memorial contributions may be directed to the family to assist with expenses. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home and its staff are honored to care for the family of Edith M. Reed.
I know you have read several blogs about the academic achievements of local athletes. Two-time state champ, Curtis Eckstein, was one of the top graduates recently at Oldenburg Academy. Mary & Sarah Poltrack were top students at BHS as well as record breakers in track and cross county. If you read the Herald Tribune’s tribute to Batesville, East Central, and Oldenburg Academy’s top students, you will notice that a lot of them not only excelled in the classroom but on the athletic field as well.For many years Batesville High School, a 4-star scholastic school system, has had more Academic All-State athletes per student population than any other high school in the state of Indiana. Too many media outlets want to jump on athletes who get in trouble. It is much nicer to write about those who quietly go about excelling in everything they do.
Batesville, In.— Batesville Area Planning Commission has recommended approval by city council of rezoning a 10 acre plot near Wood-Mizer. Wood-Mizer has quickly occupied the 79,000 square-foot facility that was built in 2015 and is looking for long-term expansion options.The land is being purchased from the Leila M. Kelly Special Trust.Wood-Mizer is a worldwide company based in Indiana with branch offices in 5 continents and 100 distributors. The company produces products to increase profitability and promote sustainability in the timber industry.The sale of the land has not closed.
Photo Courtesy of: http://www.decaturplastics.com/index.htmlJennings County, In. — Decatur Plastic Products has announced an expansion in Jennings County that will create 40 new jobs by 2019.“Geographically, Indiana is a great location with access to multiple major metropolitan areas and shipping lanes,” said Robert Riley, president and chief financial officer for Decatur Plastic Products. “In addition, there is significant manufacturing within and around Indiana, the state government seeks out mutually-beneficial partnerships with businesses in order to foster growth opportunities, and there are a number of great academic institutions within the state such as Purdue, Indiana and Notre Dame.”The expansion to the facility will include equipment upgrades and training totaling $3 million. The plan includes improved safety, leadership and career training.Founded in 1983, the company provides injection molding, flocking, assembly and finishing services, as well as engineering and material assistance for its customers, including PK USA, Heartland Automotive and Faurecia. In addition, the company offers supply chain services, providing its customers with inventory management programs as well as warehousing and shipping services. Decatur Plastics Products was one of the first 200 organizations in the world to implement IATF 16949:2016, which is the new and most widely used international quality management systems standard in the automotive industry, completing the transition from the previous standard one year before required.
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Most schools in the area will be in full swing in the next week or two with fall sports. All of our area football teams begin this Friday night. The EIAC should be as competitive as ever. East Central is returning from a state championship and some think that they may be even better this year! Lawrenceburg graduated a large senior class but their younger teams were very strong. That should make Lawrenceburg strong this year at the varsity level. Franklin County, under new coach Wes Gillman, has doubled their team size from last year. Even though they graduated running back Orschell, they will be under a veteran quarterback. You can bet Wes Gillman will open his offensive playbook.The rest of the EIAC will not be slouches, either. The Batesville Bulldogs have quarterback Trey Heidlage and should have a wide open offense. You can bet Greensburg will have that power running game behind their usual big offensive line. They have the ability to eat up the clock with that running game.The other 3 schools in the EIAC are still in some type of rebuilding program. South Dearborn and Connersville should both be improved this year, and Rushville who has not been competitive the last few years, is under a new coaching system.Milan may be a bit young, but they should be a very competitive team sooner than later. Oldenburg Academy is under a new coach in Eric Feller, and he should bring a lot of enthusiasm to the program. Coach Stirn at North Decatur lost several of his top players, but you can bet they will be competitive also.