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first_imgBatesville CYO Basketball ScoresSunday  (12-16)6th Grade:Batesville 40, Franklin County 22Batesville 47, Greensburg White 135th GradeGreensburg 31, Batesville 16. The Pirates outrebounded the Bulldogs big time in victoryBatesville 40, Lawrenceburg 23 After a slow start the Bulldogs pulled away4th GradeSouth Ripley 27, Batesville 22Batesville 24, East Central Black 183rd GradeRising Sun 25, Batesville 12Batesville 69, East Central 192nd GradeBatesville Blue 23, Rushville Red 12Franklin County 20, Batesville Blue 16Franklin County 30, Batesville White 6Batesville White 32, New Palestine 6last_img read more

first_imgU-20 WOMEN’S WORLD CUPThe Netherlands first to berth q’final with victory over GhanaNigeria’s Falconets are condemned to beat Haiti today at the ongoing FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup in France for them to have any chance of progressing to the quarter final.Chris Danjuma’s wards lost their opening game to Germany in St Marlo  while China also grabbed three maximum points from the Haitians to lead the Group D pairing. Falconets that played in the lost the 2010 and 2014 finals to Germany are favourites to beat Haiti in today’s clash but would need to do so in style, firing more goals.Anything short of a win will translate to early exit for the glory seeking Nigerians.Yesterday, Netherlands became the first team to qualify for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup France 2018 quarter-finals after earning a 4-0 win over Ghana, as they maintained their 100 per cent start in Group A.While the West Africans started brightly, it did not take long for the Netherlands to get into gear. Two spurned chances could have rocked their confidence, but they did not have to dwell on them long, going ahead on 21 minutes.Three goals in 11 minutes put them in complete control, with Aniek Nouwen’s downward header at the back post getting the debutants rolling on the back of their slender win over New Zealand.Having netted in their opener, Fenna Kalma made no mistake when put through by Victoria Pelova, before converting with a superbly taken volley to see her move joint-top of the scoring charts.The pace dropped after the break, with the Netherlands sitting comfortably, but Pelova and Kalma switched rolls, as the duo exchanged passes before the former stroked home to add some gloss to the Oranje’s victory.New Zealand’s goalless draw against hosts France later in the day meant that the Netherlands became the first team to confirm their place in the knockout stages at France 2018, while the result confirmed that Ghana will be unable to qualify for the last eight.GROUP DTeams       P     W    D   L   GF    GA   +/-  PTSChina        1      1      –    –    2       1      1      3Germany   1      1    –     –     1      0      1      3Haiti           1       –    –     1     1     2     -1     0Nigeria       1      –     –    1     –      1     -1     0Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis“It’s unbelieveable to be recognized nationally is really something.” said Butterwerth Dairy Farmer Paul Werth.The Platinum Award of Achievement from the National Quality Dairy Awards is given to the best quality dairy producers in the country. Paul and his brother Jeremy Werth were one of six farms to achieve this year’s high honor.Watch the video to see how these fourth generation farm boys are leading in the dairy industry.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Ella White Elementary on Full LockdownNext Alpena residents reminisce on America’s beloved Rev. Billy Grahamlast_img read more