Football: Rushville at South Dearborn, 7 p.m.
BRMS cross country
The Benjamin Rush Middle School cross country teams traveled to Connersville. The Lady Cubs came home with a great team win. Rushville had 27 followed by Connersville 33 and Franklin County incomplete.
The Lady Cubs secured the win with a 1-2-3 finish. Charity Griffith was first (13:55). Katlyn Keim was second (14:00) and Shannon Dougherty third (14:10). Also for the Lady Cubs, Kiara Thorp was ninth, Kaitlyn Miller 12th, Abby Gates 14th, Megann Sasher 21st, Mary Rolfe 22nd, Clara Kemploe 23rd, Maddy Lewis 24th, and Heather Stanley 26th.
For the boys, the Cubs literally won the meet by two feet. The scores were Rushville 32, Connersville 33 and Franklin County incomplete.
Kyle Schindler was third (11:56), and Ira Griffith was fourth (12:22). Jacob Kirchoff held off a Connersville runner at the line to take fifth (12:28) and secure the win. Austin Kirby was eighth, Cameron Humphrey 12th, Nick Innis 13th, Errick Hayes 14th, Lance Beard 17th, Noah Mullins 18th, and Garrett Dawson 21st.
The BRMS teams closed out the season at Eastern Hancock. For the Cubs, Rushville took first with 25 followed by Triton Central 37 and Eastern Hancock 86.
For the Cubs, Kyle Schindler won the race in 11:47, followed by Ira Griffith in second (12:05), Jacob Kirchoff fourth (12:30), Austin Kirby sixth (12:58), and Cameron Humphrey 12th (13:54). Also for Rushville, Errick Hayes was 14th, Garrett Dawson 15th, Lance Beard 17th, and Nick Innis 18th. The boys finish their season with a 22-8 record.
For the girls, the scores were Eastern Hancock 45, Rushville 47 and Triton Central 51. For the Lady Cubs, Charity Griffith was third (13:07), Katlyn Keim eighth (14:15), Shannon Dougherty 10th (14:49), Kiara Thorp 11th (14:57), and Kaitlyn Miller 15th (16:35). Also for Rushville, Megann Sasher was 18th, Abby Gates 19th, Macy Rolfe 23rd, Maddy Lewis 26th, Heather Stanley 27th, Clara Kemple 28th, and Brooke Leisure 29th. The Lady Cubs finish with a 16-14 record.
Bradshaw to have season-ending surgery
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw will miss the rest of this season after opting for neck surgery.
A person with knowledge of Bradshaw’s medical options confirmed the decision Tuesday. The person requested anonymity because the Colts have not yet made the decision public.
Bradshaw was injured in Week 3 against San Francisco, but it’s unclear when he was injured. He took a big hit on the opening series, continued to play, then was hurt again later when he ran into a linemen. Team trainers appeared to check his left shoulder on the sideline, but Bradshaw returned again and finished the game 19 carries for 95 yards, both season highs, and one touchdown.
The former Giants star signed with Indy in June after being released in a salary cap move.