Rushville Republican

September 27, 2013

sports briefs

Rushville Republican

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Football: Greenfield-Central at Rushville, 7 p.m.

BRMS cross country

The Cubs cross country team finished fourth at the South Dearborn Invitational. Batesville was first with 47 followed by Greensburg 58, Ryle 65, BRMS 100, Switzerland County 118, Sunman-Dearborn 142, South Dearborn 147 and Milan 232.

Isaac Barker of Batesville won the race in 10:42.

For the Cubs, Kyle Schindler placed eighth in 11:27 followed by Landis Gettinger was 11th (PR11:45), Ira Griffith 16th (11:57), Jacob Kirchoff 21st (12:06), Austin Kirby 44th (13:32) and Noah Mullins 49th (PR 14:11).

For the girls, Greensburg won with 40 followed by Batesville 60, Ryle 66, Sunman-Dearborn 95, South Dearborn 149, Switzerland County 167, BRMS 168 and Milan 209.

Ryle’s Katelyn Nichols won the race in 11:45.

For the Lady Cubs, Charity Griffith was ninth (PR12:54) followed by Katlyn Keim 30th (13:57), Shannon Dougherty 35th (14:15), Kiara Thorp 44th (14:59), Abby Gates 50th (PR15:57), Megann Sasher 51st (16:06) and Kaitlyn Miller 52nd (PR16:14). Also running a season best was Heather Stanley (19:52)

BRMS volleyball

The seventh-grade Lady Cubs volleyball team fell in three sets to Morristown 25-21, 21-25, 15-11. The Lady Cubs were led by Brittany Kuhn’s three aces and six total points. Betsy Muir added three aces and five points. Leah Kemple served one ace.

The Lady Cubs fell to Greensburg in two sets 25-14, 25-9. For the Lady Cubs, McKenzie Muckerheide served 100 percent. Muir and Kayleigh Paramore both served one point and Dru Niedenthal had one kill.

No drastic changesby Jags

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — It would be understandable if the Jacksonville Jaguars made at least a few changes.

They’re winless through three games, losing each by double digits, and have scored a league-low 28 points.

They’ve been outscored 55-5 in the first half, have no running game to speak of, have allowed 15 sacks and been gouged on the ground.

Coach Gus Bradley certainly could justify just about any move. Instead, he’s looking for little tweaks that could make a big difference.

He says, “I don’t think you’ll see any drastic changes, but I think you might see some subtle changes. We want to be careful what message we send them.”

The Jaguars are counting on the return of quarterback Blaine Gabbert (hand) and tight end Marcedes Lewis (calf).

Contact: Aaron Kirchoff at 765-932-2222, ext. 114