🔴⚪ Indiana University hires new football coach days after Tom Allen's firing 🔴⚪
You officially have my permission to put up your holiday decorations, Christmas trees, Menorahs or anything else you put out to celebrate the occasion! 🎄. Not that any of you actually cared about my permission, but I just like to put it out there in the open (*cough cough* friends and family).
🏀 Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2024 announced
Good wintery morning! It is starting to feel a whole lot like winter, isn't it? Temperatures are getting much colder, but if you were like me and stayed up late Monday night/Tuesday morning, chances are you saw quite a bit of snow falling across the county, or Richmond at least in my case. But...
BMS 7th/8th Grade Boys Basketball
The Batesville 7th grade boys basketball team kept the winning streak alive by beating Connersville by a score of 35- 29. It was a physical game for the Bulldogs who found themselves leading at half 13-11. The Bulldogs hit 2, 3 pointers by Isiah Martin in the third quarter to help build a lead and would go on to win the game. Martin led the way for the Bulldogs with 13, Hank Bohman with 11, RJ Schuerman with 5, Lane Higham will 4, and Beckett Joens with 2. Batesville improves to 8-0 and faces North Decatur on Tuesday night at home.
Batesville Girls JV Basketball Win Against Connersville
The Batesville girls junior varsity Bulldogs improved their record to 6-1 with a home win against the Connersville Spartans by a score of 37-12. The Bulldogs were balanced in scoring with Sydney Campbell with 8 points, Grace Walter with 7 points and Ellie Westerfeld, Maddie Haskamp, and Lexiyne Harris each scoring 6.
🍗 You've heard me talk it up so much, now see for yourself
Can you believe we're already a week removed from Thanksgiving and December is literally tomorrow? I swear by next week it's going to feel like it's 2024 already with how quickly the year has gone by. But that's in the future, and it's always good to live in the present...
Centerville teams post four wins
The Centerville Bulldogs posted a 15-4 win over Broaddus, and a 13-0 blanking of Wells during last week’s play. Braden White collected four hits in four at bats, including an inside-the-park homerun in the fourth inning, a double in the second inning, and singles in the first and third innings, collecting 3 RBIs on the day.
Jac-Cen-Del 7/8 Grade Boys Basketball
On November 28th, the 7/8 BBB team hosted Franklin County. Submitted by the school’s athletic department.
Indiana High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Live Streams in Wayne County Today - November 25
Is there high school basketball on the docket today in Wayne County, Indiana? You bet there is. To ensure you don't miss a possession, we have details on how to watch the games in the article below. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on...
Claxton, Golden Bears overwhelm Rushville in season opener at Garrett Gymnasium
Shelbyville showed off a deep and athletic roster in a season-opening 51-19 win Wednesday over Rushville at William L. Garrett Gymnasium. Eleven different Golden Bears saw meaningful minutes in the first half and limited the undersized Lions to just 11 first-half field goal attempts. Caden Claxton (photo) scored 12 of...
Girls Varsity Basketball beats Lawrenceburg to improve to 2-0 in the EIAC.
Franklin County Varsity Lady Wildcats traveled to Lawrenceburg Wednesday November 22nd to take on a conference opponent. The Lady Cats came out strong with a great defensive game plan and the team executed perfectly. Senior Nicole Mears had the first 9 points for the visiting team and we found our selves up 9-3 early and 11-5 at the end of the first quarter. Senior Nicole Mears and Junior Madesyn Sunderhaus were in foul trouble late in the 2nd quarter but the team played hard without them in there and made sure we were able to go up 22-11 at half. At the end of the third frame the Lady Cats were up 33-17 and were well in control. The Lady Tigers were able to score 19 in the 4th quarter to close the gap on a lot of late FTs but the Lady Cats made sure to execute down the stretch to close out the game.
Lady Blazers connect on 16 from behind the arc in big win over Wayne County
VINCENNES, Ind. – The Vincennes University Lady Trailblazers were not slowed by tip-off Monday night being delayed by 35 minutes, connecting on 16 made three-pointers, the most by a Lady Trailblazers team since March of 2021, to come away with a big 111-35 victory over Wayne County Community College.
RHS Leadership Powderpuff 2024 Photo Gallery
On Saturday Nov. 18, RHS Leadership hosted their annual powderpuff flag football game. Seniors wore pink and juniors wore blue as they partook in the event as players. Senior cheerleaders maintained the crowd spirit from the sidelines and gave a halftime performance. The junior team proved to be strong competitors, but the seniors prevailed with a victory and final score of 34-26.
Girls Junior Varsity Basketball beats Union County 28 – 12
JV Lady Cats basketball were back in action against Union County on Friday night. The offense was slow to get started, but great effort on defense had the JV girls up 9 to 5 at half. The offense got going to start the second half, and the JV Lady Cats outscored Union County JV 13 to 1 in the 3rd quarter. Freshman guard Kaylee Hanna led the way on offense with 14 points, including 4 three pointers. Freshman center Josie Vanoven did a good job in her first game playing extended minutes with starting center Jaelyn Grimmeissen out to injury. All of the JV girls were able to get valuable minutes in the first and second half.
Batesville 8th Grade Boys Basketball Defeats Franklin County
Batesville’s eighth grade boys basketball team put together an impressive effort on the road Monday night, coming home with a 40-24 win over Franklin County. The Bulldogs continued their stellar play on the defensive end and used a 14-4 run in the fourth quarter to put the game away. Carson Meyer and Levi Hunt scored in double figures with 13 points and 11 points respectively and the duo of Eli Denni and Jackson Peetz each had six points. Camden Kaiser added four points.
St. Louis 7th Grade Boys Basketball Defeats Rushville
The St. Louis 7th Grade Boys Basketball team went to 4-2 on the season with a 30-12 victory over Rushville. The Cardinals used a balanced scoring attack and good defense throughout the game as Rushville was never able to score more than 5 points in a single quarter. The Cardinals used a strong scoring first half from Luke Richardson who scored 9 of his 11 points en route to a 19-7 halftime lead. Jaxson Watson carried the scoring in the second half as he scored 6 of his 10 points. Cam Anderson added 4 points, Hunter Young had a 3-pointer, and Ryan McGuire had a scoring drive to the basket for 2 points.
Prep Report: Late charge nets Shelbyville tough road victory at Franklin County
Shelbyville overcame third-quarter struggles to score 20 points in the fourth quarter to defeat Franklin County Saturday night, 40-36. The Golden Bears, now 5-1, did not make a field goal during a 2-point third quarter that saw them fall behind at Franklin County, 27-20. Ellie Keller hit half of her...