Cross country: Rushville at Connersville, 5 p.m.
Volleyball: Rushville at Batesville, 5 p.m.
Tennis: Shelbyville at Rushville, 5 p.m.
Girls soccer: Connersville at Rushville, 5 p.m.
BRMS cross country
The BRMS cross country teams traveled to Shelbyville with the boys winning 27-28 and the girls falling 22-35.
For the boys, Shelbyville’s Collin Scott won in 11:07. Rushville was led by Kyle Schindler in third (11:27) followed by Ira Griffith fourth (11:48), Landis Gettinger fifth (12:25), Jacob Kirchoff seventh (12:46) and Austin Kirby eighth (13:00). Also for the Cubs, Nick Innis was 13th (14:23), Cameron Humphrey 14th (14:45), Noah Mullins 15th (15:05), Lance Beard 16th (15:12) and Errick Hayes 18th (16:46).
For the girls, Rushville’s Charity Griffith won in 12:58 followed by Katlyn Keim fifth (13:40), Shannon Dougherty eighth (14:05) and Kiara Thorp ninth (14:19). Other Rushville finishers were Megann Sasher 12th (16:39), Abby Gates 13th (16:47), Kaitlyn Miller 15th (17:42), Macy Rolfe 16th, Maddy Lewis 17th, Jenna Geise 18th, Heather Stanley 19th, and Clara Kemple 20th.
The teams also hosted Greensburg with the boys falling 24-33 and the girls falling 16-46.
For the Cubs, Schindler was third in 11:37 followed Ira Griffith fifth (11:58), Kirchoff sixth (12:05), Gettinger seventh (12:10), Kirby 12th (13:25), Innis 18th, Mullins 19th, Hayes 21st, and Beard 27th.
The Lady Cubs were led by Charity Griffith in fifth place (13:28). Katlyn Keim was eighth (14:00) followed by Shannon Dougherty10th (14:06), Kiara Thorp 11th (14:41), Megann Sasher 20th, Abby Gates 21st, Macy Rolfe 22nd, Kaitlyn Miller 23rd, Jenna Geise 28th, Maddy Lewis 29th, Heather Stanley 31st, and Clara Kemple 32nd.
The BRMS seventh-grade volleyball team fell to Shelbyville 25-12, 25-15.
For the Lady Cubs, Brittany Kuhn had one ace and four points. Kaleigh Paramore had one ace and one point. Emma Lux played well in the back row with a diving dig.
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