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BHS senior competes at Lapel Regional

Batesville High School senior Meredith McCreary earned a spot in the Lapel Regional and competed on Saturday. McCreary finished the day with an 18-hole score of 81, which was just out of the Top 5 advancing to the state finals. The BHS senior carded a 40 on the front nine and followed up with a

Ratcliffe wins individual conference title

Batesville sent all five varsity spots into the semi-finals of the EIAC individual tournament on Saturday, with four spots making it to the finals. #1 Singles- Lleyton Ratcliffe defeated Greensburg’s Trevor Foster in the semi-finals 6-3, 6-3. In the finals Ratcliffe defeated East Central’s Chase Lambrinides 6-1, 6-1 to earn the EIAC’s Most Valuable Player

BHS runners sweep conference team titles

Saturday was a great day for the Batesville High School cross country team hosted the eight team Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference meet. “Finally, the humidity has broken and some fall weather has arrived,” BHS coach Lisa Gausman commented. “In fact, it started off just a little chilly on Saturday. “If you are a runner, you

Franklin posts 6-2 win over BHS boys

The Batesville High School boys varsity soccer team hosted Franklin and was defeated by a score of 6-2. The first half was close, but Franklin brought a high amount of pressure and threatened the goal often. At the 27:45 mark, Franklin had a long free kick from behind half that wasn’t cleared properly defensively and

Junior varsity soccer team falls to Franklin

The Batesville junior varsity soccer team was defeated 4-0 by Franklin. About 11 minutes into the game, Franklin took a long throw in which landed and bounced in the box. The Bulldogs failed to clear the ball, and a Franklin player shot from close range and scored to make it 1-0. The game would go

Bulldog junior varsity loses 22-16

The Batesville High School junior varsity football team suffered a 22-16 loss to Lawrenceburg. Travis Lecher had two touchdowns to lead the team offensively. Ryland Parmer and Luke Wilson both had interceptions, while Nate Deputy had a tackle for loss, which resulted in a safety.