The 7th Grade Lady Bulldogs dropped a tough game at home last night to the South Dearborn 24-21. The Bulldogs were down 13-6 at half time, but battled back with 12 points in the 4th quarter to make it an exciting finish.Billie Puente led the Bulldogs with 5 points; followed by Elena Kuisel 4 points; Kaylin Hinners 3 points; Elaney McGuire 3 points; Rachel Lamping 2 points; Josie Meyer 2 points; and Alyssa Nobbe with 2 points.The Lady Bulldogs fall to 4-5 on the season and will be back in action next Tuesday at Sunman Dearborn Middle School. Come out and support the Bulldogs on the road!!!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Weiler.The 8th Grade Batesville Lady Bulldogs defeated the Lady Squires of South Dearborn last night 35-17 to raise their seasonal record to 7 wins against 2 loses. The Lady Bulldogs used an early aggressive defense to build a lead, and they did not give it up. Defensively it was the best team defense they have played for an entire game. Offensively the Lady Bulldogs were lead by Makayla Granger with 9 points. Other scorers for the Bulldogs were Ava Hanson with 8, Timbrè Davies added 6, Cora Deputy and Sophie Myers each scored 4 points, Emma Weiler had 3, and Megan Meyer chipped in 1.The Lady Squires were lead in scoring by Macie Teke with 6. Other scorers for the Lady Squires were Lauren McHenry with 5, and received 2 points each from Ava Slayback, Kierstein Dixon, and Rebecca Hughes.The Lady Bulldogs will return to action on Tuesday when they travel to Sunman-Dearborn to battle the Lady Trojans. The 7th grade game will tipoff at 5:30.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Jack Smith.
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