Rushville Republican


January 17, 2014

Sports Briefs

RCHS events


Boys basketball: Rushville at Mt. Vernon, 6 p.m. (JV)


Girls basketball: Pendleton Hts. at Rushville, noon (JV)

Boys basketball: Rushville at Muncie South, 6 p.m. (JV)

Lady Lion frosh stay undefeated

The Lady Lion freshman basketball team improved to 5-0 with a 36-26 victory over Batesville.

Alisha Markley led the Lady Lions with 15 points and eight rebounds. Madison Owen added 11 points and four rebounds. Kayla Aldridge had six points and four rebounds. Brandi Adkins added four points and two rebounds. Payton Brower had one rebound.

BRMS 7th grade wins two

The BRMS seventh-grade boys Black improved to 10-3 on the season with a 43-32 victory over visiting Batesville. The Cubs had a balanced offensive attack led by Mason Springman (five rebounds) and Cameron Craig with 12 points each. Duncan Draper added eight points, five blocked shots and four rebounds. Jordan Smith had seven points, five steals and five assists.

The Cubs then defeated Doe Creek 35-33 to improve to 11-3. Craig’s bucket on an out-of-bounds plays at the buzzer sealed the victory for the young Cubs.

Draper (six boards) and Tyler Wilson (3 assists) led the way for the Cubs with nine points each. Springman and Craig both finished with six points.

Lion JV wrestling travels to Jennings County

The junior varsity Lion wrestling team traveled to Jennings County Wednesday. Patrick Friedl and Gunner Yurack both finished the night at 3-0 to lead the way for the Lions. Preston Bowling picked up two wins on the night. Randy Collyer, Jaykeb Thorp, Satchel Kuhn, Walker Meckes and Christian Emerson all had one win.

The junior varsity team will be at Connersville Monday and the varsity will host Triton Central at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Ohio stifles Ball State in 71-51 rout

ATHENS, Ohio (AP) — Maurice Ndour scored 16 points and T.J. Hall added 13 as Ohio routed Ball State 71-51 on Wednesday night.

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  • Lady Lions win tennis opener LIBERTY - The Lady Lion tennis team opened the season with a 4-1 victory over Union County. "It's hard to find any precision on the court with a 25-mph wind gusting to 30, but our kids did a good job of fighting through the adverse weather conditions

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  • Raiders roll over Lady Lions MIDDLETOWN - Host Shenandoah needed just five innings to post the 12-1 victory over Rushville in softball action Wednesday. The Lady Lions are 1-2 on the season. The Lady Raiders improve to 1-1 on the season. The Lady Lions scored their lone run in t

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