Batesville Tool and Die defeated SkyLine Chili Batesville by the score of 26-12 to win the Batesville Youth League Basketball 4th Grade Championship.Batesville Tool and Die were led in scoring by Thomas Raver (9 points), Frank Moorman (9 points), and Ean Lochinger (4 points).Eli Pearson scored 7 points for Skyline Chili Batesville.Submitted by Coach Dale Amrhein.
The Batesville Middle School boys won their cross country meet against Frankln County, Saint Mary’s, and South Ripley on Tuesday.Joshua Myers finished 1st in the boys race followed by Dillon Murray, 2nd, Adam Moster, 3rd, James Kuisel, 4th, Benjamin Moster, 5th, Tyler Kuntz, 6th, Ean Loichinger, 7th, Eli Pierson, 8th, Nolan Smith, 9th, Matthew Meyer, 10th, Charlie Laymon, 12th, Cayden Pohlman, 13th, Evan Vogelsang, 15th, Kaleb McBeath, 16th, Landon Gutzwiller, 19th, and Nathan Villani, 20th.The Batesville Middle School girls won their cross country meet against Frankln County, Saint Mary’s, and South Ripley on Tuesday.Liz Loichinger finished 1st, followed by Sarah Ripperger, 2nd, Maria Lopez, 3rd, Lexi Huber, 4th, Sarah Price, 5th, Lily Pinckley, 6th, Allie Redwine, 7th, Katie Olsen, 9th, Catherine Raab, 10th, Lily Meyer, 11th, Rachael Goldsmith, 12th, Karen Garcia, 13th, Callie Main, 14th, Isabel Smith, 18th, Ava Ralston, 19th, and Trysta Vierling, 20th.The Batesville Middle School boys won their cross country meet against Milan, Jac-Cen-Del and Rising Sun on Thursday.Joshua Myers won the boys race followed by Dillon Murray, 2nd, Adam Moster, 3rd, Benjamin Moster, 6th, Tyler Kuntz, 8th, EanLoichinger, 10th, Eli Pierson, 12th, Nolan Smith, 13th, James Kuisel, 15th, and Matthew Meyer, 16th, and Aaron Weber, 20th.The Batesville Middle School girls won their meet against Milan, Jac-Cen-Del and Rising Sun.Liz Loichinger won the girls race, followed by Sarah Ripperger, 2nd, Lily Pinckley, 3rd, Maria Lopez, 4th, Sarah Price, 5th, Katie Olsen, 11th, Lily Meyer, 12th, Lexi Huber, 13th, Catherine Raab, 17th, Isabel Smith, 18th, and Rachael Goldsmith, 19th.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Derek Suits.
According to an article in the Indianapolis Star, all the pictures of Bobby Plump’s winning shot in 1954 were not really the winning shot. It turns out to be a picture that was taken in quarter number 1. Roger Schroeder saw the picture and told everyone that Bobby Engle was in the photo. Engle only played the first 4 minutes of the game because of an injury.The real picture did not surface. The picture that was presented to Plump at his 80th birthday party, was a Cincinnati Post photograph. In the winning shot, everyone followed the ball going through the basket, and no one had a picture of Plump shooting it. Tom Kohlmeier’s donation helped pay for the picture that was painted by an artist from the Cincinnati Post photograph. As far as anyone knows, no one has an actual picture of Plump’s shot!
ST. LEON, Ind. — Rylie Seaver, a senior at East Central High School, has been named as a 2017 Indiana Career and Technical Education Award for Excellence recipient.Seaver is completing the CORE 40 Academic Honors Diploma as well as the CORE 40 Technical Honors Diploma with a 3.99 GPA.The school says she has taken a wide variety of dual credit and AP courses while in high school and has been very involved in the community through middle and high school.The Awards for Excellence program identifies and recognizes students, programs, guidance/personnel service, and active partnerships that contribute to high-quality career and technical education in Indiana.Seaver will receive her award on February 17, during a ceremony at the Indiana Government Center.
Diane Kay (Meyer) Critser, age 66, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on Sunday evening October 15, 2017 at Our Hospice of South Central Indiana in Columbus. She was a lifelong resident of Greensburg. Diane was born on March 3, 1951 in Greensburg to Hubert & Betty (Scheidler) Meyer. She spent her youth involved in Decatur County 4-H and graduated from Greensburg Community High School in 1969. Diane married Richard S. Critser on March 16, 1973 in Enochsburg. He survives after 44 devoted years of marriage. Diane was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She was a devout Catholic and a lifelong member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greensburg. Diane was also a member of the Tri Kappa Sorority Greensburg Chapter. She worked for over 40 years as an independent seamstress, sewing drapes for hundreds of clients, always paying particular attention to detail in all of her work. Diane was an avid sports fan, watching college basketball and cheering on the Indiana Pacers and the Indianapolis Colts. Diane enjoyed decorating for the holidays, ceramics, and spending time in the outdoors tending to her flowers and yard. Most of all, she enjoyed spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren, whom she loved dearly. She will be remembered most for her caring, selfless nature. She will be greatly missed by her husband Richard, mother: Betty Meyer of Greensburg, children: Carla (husband, Ted) Wiles of Noblesville, Kyle (wife, Rachel) Critser of Oxford, Ohio, grandchildren: Ella, Charlie & Norah Reiger, AJ & Alexandr Wiles, siblings: Steve (wife, JoAnn) Meyer, Rick (wife, Karen) Meyer both of Greensburg and Ginny (husband, Paul) Gordon of Cambridge City as well as several nieces and nephews. Diane was preceded in death by her father Hubert Meyer. Father John Meyer will conduct a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 am on Friday, October 20th at St. Mary’s Catholic Church: 1331 E. Hunter Robbins Way in Greensburg. A rosary will be prayed at 4 p.m. Thursday, October 19th followed by public visitation until 8 p.m. at Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home: 302 N. Franklin St. in Greensburg. Friends may also call Friday morning at St. Mary’s Catholic Church from 9 a.m. until the funeral mass at 10. Burial will be at South Park Cemetery in Greensburg. Funeral Arrangements have been entrusted to Meredith-Clark Funeral Home Cremation & Personalization Center in Morgantown. Memorial contributions can be sent in honor of Diane to Our Hospice of South Central Indiana: 2626 E. 17th St. Columbus, IN 47201. Condolences can be sent to the Critser family at www.meredith-clark.com. Information: 812-597-4670
The 7th Grade Bulldogs fell to South Decatur last night 36-29.The Bulldogs fought hard , but could not get over the hump at the end. The Dogs were led in scoring by Bryson Bonelli with 11. Bryson also pulled down 5 rebounds. Lyle Oesterling added 7 pts., Grant Peters 6, and Cole Pride rounded out the scoring with 5.The Bulldogs will be back in action next Monday at Franklin County.The 8th Grade Bulldogs improved to 2-1 in a physical game against South Decatur. After falling behind early the Bulldogs clawed their way back to take the win 43-42.Eli Pierson led the charge with 15, followed closely by Zach Wade with 14. Cole Werner had 8 with a huge block to help seal the victory. Ian Loichinger played well on both sides of the ball and added 4 points. Travis Lecher and Ean Powers played lock down D and added 1 point apiece.The Bulldogs will be back in action Monday against Franklin County.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Clint Pride.
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Funeral services will be 11AM Tuesday February 20 at Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home, Milan with Pastor Tom Holt officiating. Burial will follow in New Craven Cemetery at Milan, with Military Rites presented by the Milan American Legion Post #235. Visitation will also be Tuesday 9-11AM at the funeral home. Memorials may be given to the Milan American Legion Post #235 or the Alzheimer’s Association. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 707 S. Main St, Box 243, Milan, In 47031, (812)654-2141. Go to www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family. Milton “Billy” Teer 87 of Milan passed away Thursday February 15 at Christ Hospital, Cincinnati. He was born Wednesday February 4, 1931 in Redfield, Arkansas the son of Jay and Ophie (Morris) Teer. He married Wanda C. Beasley January 8, 1976 and she preceded him in death June 18, 2014. Milton was a retired boilermaker with Local Union #105. He was a US Army Veteran and was a member of the Milan American Legion Post #235 and a member of the Bear Creek Coon Hunters Association. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, welding, picking on his guitar, traveling and gardening. He was an avid AR Razorback and Cincinnati Reds fan.Milton is survived by children: Milton Teer, Amanda Teer.
Muncie, In. — Ball State University’s entrepreneurship program is the 12th best among undergraduates offerings in the nation, according to The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.The Princeton Review’s 13th annual survey names the 25 undergraduate and 25 graduate schools best for entrepreneurship studies. Ball State moved up from 20th last year.Since its formation in 1983, the Entrepreneurship Center has been a leader in entrepreneurial education — taking creative risks through evidence-based approach — and has been consistently recognized as one of the best in the country.“For the last 25 years, Ball State has been attracting young students who are ambitious risk-takers, passionate about bringing their business ideas to the marketplace,” said Matt Marvel,The George A. Ball Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship and director of the Entrepreneurship Center, who noted Ball State is the only school in Indiana recognized in the undergraduate rankings.“The Princeton Review is recognizing that our undergraduate degree in entrepreneurial management is one of the most challenging on campus and among the most rigorous entrepreneurship programs in the country,” he said. “Over the course of two years, students develop a business plan for a new venture and ultimately defend it before a panel of executives and alumni entrepreneurs — all with graduation on the line.”The center is part of the Department of Management within Ball State’s Miller College of Business. Learning at and working with the center connects students with the college’s community of distinguished business leaders.The Princeton Review tallied its 2019 lists based on surveys it conducted from July through August 2018 of administrators at more than 300 schools offering entrepreneurship studies. The 60-question survey covered the school’s commitment to entrepreneurship studies inside and outside the classroom.Entrepreneur posted the lists on https://www.entrepreneur.com/topcolleges. The magazine will also publish the lists and a feature on the rankings in its December issue available on newsstands November 27. The feature offers details about the schools’ programs and the number of entrepreneur-related courses they offer. It also reports on the number of startups the schools’ graduates launched in the past 10 years and levels of funding they raised.The Princeton Review’s Top Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies for 2019Top 25 Undergraduate SchoolsUniversity of MichiganUniversity of Houston (TX)Babson College (MA)Brigham Young University (UT)Northeastern University (MA)Baylor University (TX)Washington University in St. Louis (MO)University of MarylandUniversity of UtahTecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico)North Carolina State UniversityBall State University (IN)DePaul University (IL)Miami University (OH)University of North Carolina at Chapel HillThe University of IowaSyracuse University (NY)University of KansasUniversity of Dayton (OH)The University of OklahomaMichigan State UniversityTexas A&M UniversityThe University of Texas at DallasBelmont University (TN)Drexel University (PA)
Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, the president of Portugal, has intimated that the latter stages of this year’s Champions League could take place on Portuguese soil. The Champions League is set to return in August. Read Also:Man City, Inter waited for Messi to signify he wanted Barca exit “We’re not going to rush into anything, we don’t want to see progress and [then] setbacks,” he noted. The final of this year’s Champions League, before the coronavirus pandemic, was scheduled to be played at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 With just a few last-16 ties to resolve, there are rumours that Portugal may take on the quarter-finals and beyond in August in order to complete this season’s competition. “I have the feeling that we can still have good news in terms of international football in Portugal in August,” Rebelo de Sousa said. The Liga NOS is set to get back underway on June 3, but the president has made clear that they will not be rushing to get fans back into the stadiums.Advertisement Loading…