The Batesville Bulldogs captured the lead late in the game in a 3-1 victory over Rushville on Thursday. The game was tied at one with the Bulldogs batting in the top of the sixth when Drew Kiefer’s sac fly scored one run for Bulldogs.The pitching was strong on both sides. Sam Voegele struck out 11 and walked zero, while Tyler Wilson sat down six.The Bulldogs got things moving in the first inning, as they scored one run when Kiefer singled. The lead did not last long. In the bottom of the second inning, Rushville tied things up at one when Jacob Ray hit a solo home run.Voegele was the winning pitcher for Batesville. He allowed five hits and one run over seven innings, striking out 11 and walking zero.Wilson took the loss for Rushville. He surrendered three runs on four hits over seven innings, striking out six.Trey Heidlage led the Bulldogs with two hits in three at bats. Batesville didn’t commit a single error in the field. Caleb Raab had 13 chances in the field, the most on the team.The Bulldogs’ third win in a row takes them to 12-10 on the season and 5-7 in the EIAC. Batesville will try to continue their winning streak against Jac Cen Del on Saturday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Justin Tucker.The Batesville Bulldogs JV Baseball team won their 8th game in a row and brought their overall record to 10-3 when they beat Rushville by a score of 23-7.The Bulldogs jumped out to an early lead in the first inning getting a two out three run home run by Adam Cox. Adam finished the game 3-4 with 6 RBI’s. Lleyton Ratcliffe had a three run homer of his own in the 4th inning. Alex Smith added a three run round tripper in the seventh inning. All in all the Bulldogs had 13 hits, 15 walks, and 11 stolen bases 4 of them came from Brayden Linkel.Riley Zink started on the mound and pitched three innings allowing 3 runs on 3 hits striking out 8 batters and earned the win. Lleyton Ratcliffe came in relief and also allowed 3 runs striking out 3.The Bulldogs will be back in action at Jac-Cen-Del this Saturday after the varsity game, around 1:00 p.m.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Jason Meyer.
Loading… Put your email in the box at the top of this article or you can follow instructions on this link here. “It took him a bit, about two months of arguing, but we all have received an iMac.” The ex-Arsenal stopper also revealed he has had to buy presents for the squad before after making his own transgression by turning up late to a training session. “I thought it was Tuesday, but it turned out to be Wednesday that day,” he added. read also:Spanish girls prefer to date Messi over Ronaldo in YouTube Poll “Allegri called me and said everyone was already there. When I arrived half an hour late on the training field, everyone said, ‘Oh, we’re getting presents!’ I ended up buying headphones for the boys.” Szczesny has been ever-present between the sticks for Juventus this season, starting ever Serie A game since the turn of the year and keeping club legend Gianluigi Buffon out of the team. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Cristiano Ronaldo bought the entire Juventus squad iMacs after he was sent off against Valencia in his first Champions League appearance for the club. Wojciech Szczesny has revealed Ronaldo bought the entire Juventus squad iMacs after he was sent off in his Champions League debut for the club. Juventus faced Serie A side Valencia and the Portuguese superstar was dismissed after pulling the hair of opposition defender Jeison Murillo. Luckily for Ronaldo, Juventus still went on to triumph 2-0 but he was said to be furious with the sending off. At the time, Massimiliano Allegri was in charge and he had put in place a rule which meant players had to purchase the rest of the squad presents when they were adjudged to have done something worthy of a fine. Initially, Ronaldo did not feel like he had to buy gifts because he did not think he should have been sent off but eventually gave in. Recalling the story on Polish show Prosto w Szczene, Szczesny said: “Yes, we all have an iMac. It took a very long time because he couldn’t process that red card and insisted high and low that he was not doing anything wrong. From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox. Promoted ContentEver Wonder What Keanu Reeves Spends His Paychecks On?What Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?Ever Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes8 Things You Didn’t Know About Coffee7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?What Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MorePretty Awesome Shows That Just Got CanceledPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks
An animal welfare group that recently rescued more than 170 dogs from a dog meat farm in South Korea says next year’s Winter Olympics in PyeongChang represent an opportunity to pressure the country’s government to end the controversial industry.Humane Society International’s Canadian branch said 50 of the dogs rescued from the facility in Namyangju have arrived in Canada in the last five days and are bound for shelters and rescue groups in Ontario and Quebec.Another 120 or so dogs are headed to the United States and the United Kingdom, the organization said.Rebecca Aldworth, the group’s executive director, said they helped the meat farm’s owner transition to another line of work and saved the animals with the owner’s consent.She’s hoping international pressure will push the South Korean government to adopt a similar approach.“The Olympics will be held in South Korea and this creates a huge opportunity for the international community to apply pressure to the government of South Korea and to urge them to… transition dog meat farmers to a more humane activity and shut down the dog meat trade for good,” she said.“We see a growing culture in South Korea that’s creating more and more opposition to the dog meat trade domestically and there’s increasing sympathy within government for transition farmers out of the industry and ending the dog meat trade for good.”The Namyangju dog meat farm, which has now shut down, was one of roughly 17,000 such facilities in South Korea, where an estimated 2.5 million dogs are killed for meat each year, she said.“This horrific dog meat farm is one of the worst HSI has ever seen and I am thrilled we are shutting it down for good,” Aldworth said.“More than 170 dogs and puppies were intensively confined in cramped, filthy, barren wire cages positioned over months of accumulated waste. The dogs had no protection from the freezing temperatures,” she said.“These dogs have been spared a lifetime of misery and a brutal death at the hands of the dog meat trade.”Aldworth said she hoped many of the dogs would find permanent new homes before the holidays.“A lot of these dogs are very traumatized and very frightened but even in the four days we’ve been interacting with them in Canada, we’ve already seen them come out of their shells,” she said.“They’re wagging their tails when we approach, putting their paws up on their cages so it’s clear that these dogs are going to make amazing companion animals.”