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Bulldogs Middle School Harriers Participate At Greensburg Invitational

first_imgThe Batesville Middle School Boys finished 3rd in the Greensburg Invitational on Monday.  Lyle Oesterling finished 10th in the boy’s race, followed by Benjamin Eli Loichinger, 19th, Will Sherwood, 28th, Emi Lopez, 38th, Talan Rowlett, 43rd, Tacoma Nicholas, 45th, and Jake Chapman, 47th.Cole Pride finished 2nd in the boy’s reserve race, followed by Carter Walsman, 4th, Santiago Schutte, 9th, Landin Hughes, 12th, and Reed Hixson, 15th.The Batesville Middle School Girls finished 3rd in the Greensburg Invitational.  Ava Hanson finished 6th in the girl’s race, followed by Emma Weiler, 8th, Sophie Myers, 9th, Kaylynn Bedel, 19th, Megan Allgeier, 28th, Madelyn Pohlman, 34th, and Josie Meyer, 47th.Ella Rowlett finished 14th in the girl’s reserve race.Greensburg Invitational Team Results.BoysColumbus Northside               17Jennings County                      78Batesville                                 138Columbus Central                 139Seymour                                 158New Palestine                        164Greensburg                            169Sunman Dearborn                205Shelbyville                              215Triton Central                        340Connersville                           348South Decatur                       356Southwestern                        360Waldron                                 374South Dearborn                    404Jac-Cen-Del                            433Franklin County                    474GirlsColumbus Northside             35Seymour                                 52Batesville                                70Greensburg                            93Sunman Dearborn                143Columbus Central                 171Jennings County                    228Triton Central                        250New Palestine                        293Connersville                           302South Decatur                       305Jac-Cen-Del                            347South Dearborn                    363Waldron                                 384Greendale                              415Shelbyville                              441Southwestern                                    488Franklin County                    505North Decatur                       512last_img read more

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Syracuse rounds out 2016-17 recruiting class with signing of 4 guards

first_img Comments Published on November 17, 2015 at 7:53 pm Contact Connor: cgrossma@syr.edu | @connorgrossman Syracuse announced the signings of four players for the 2016-17 season on Tuesday night. Five-foot-10 guard Gabrielle Cooper out of Marian Catholic (Illinois) High School, 5-foot-9 guard Desiree Elmore from Hartford, Connecticut, 5-foot-10 guard Alisha Kebbe out of Neumann-Goretti (Pennsylvania) High School  and 5-foot-8 guard Kiara Smith from Forestville, Maryland will join the Orange next season.The Dan Olson Collegiate Girls Basketball Report cites SU’s recruiting class as the 25th-best in the country, according to the release. Elmore is the only five-star recruit of Syracuse’s four signees to be and the Capital Prep (Connecticut) guard is slotted at No. 50 in the espnW HoopGurlz top 100. She’s the No. 13 ranked guard in her class, and is the first five-star espnW HoopGurlz top 100 ranked player to come to Syracuse since current guards Brittney Sykes and Brianna Butler did.“She can do it all,” head coach Quentin Hillsman told Cuse.com. “She can score from all spots on the floor, defend four positions, and is extremely versatile. She scores in bunches and rebounds in traffic.”Cooper and Kebbe were dubbed three-star recruits by espnW HoopGurlz and ranked the 25th-best guards in their class. Smith currently attends the same high school Hillsman did, Forestville Military Academy (Maryland). She missed the entire 2014-15 season with an injury according to Cuse.com, but Hillsman described her as a “big point guard with tremendous toughness.”“Going into this class, we just wanted to make sure that we filled some holes,” Hillsman told Cuse.com. “As we look back on this class and the players that we have coming in, we definitely have players that can step in for us right away.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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