The 8th Grade Batesville Lady Bulldogs fell in the SEI Tournament Championship game to a very talented Sunman-Dearborn Lady Trojans by a score of 55-29.The Lady Bulldogs could not get their offense going early and that was all the Lady Trojans needed to get the lead that they never gave away. Offensively the Lady Bulldogs were lead by Makayla Granger with 9 points. Other scorers for the Lady Bulldogs were Emma Weiler with 7, Tiffany Hawker added 6, Megan Meyer tallied 4, Jadyn Harrington and Sophie Myers each had 2, and Madelyn Pohlman added 1. The Lady Bulldogs finished the season with a record of 12 wins and 4 loses.The Lady Trojans were lead offensively by Caitlyn Dick with 17. Other scorers for the Lady Trojans were Josie Trabel with 16, Brooke Carpenter added 12, Laney Baker and Julia Tieman each had 4, and Bailey Ensinger with 1.Congratulations to the Lady Trojans.The Jac-Cen-Del Lady Eagles defeated The South Ripley Lady Raiders 30-20 to win The 7th Grade Crown.
Ghana Premier League side Berekum Arsenals say they will appeal the six match ban and a fine of GHc5000 handed them by the Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association for misconduct, during their Glo Premier League fixture at home to Asante Kotoko on May 12 at the Golden City Park.The Berekum-based side received the ban after video evidence proved their supporters were guilty of violence and lawlessness, during their week 26 fixture which saw them losing 3-0 to the Porcupine Warriors. Aside the ban and fine, Arsenals also have to deal with the painful thought of slipping into relegation at the end of the 2012/2013 league season.Mohammed Salifu, spokesperson of the Ghanaian soccer gunners told JOY Sports “we still have a couple of days to decide what to do next if we want to appeal against the sanctions.For now our survival chances are quite open after winning our last game against Wa All Stars.So that has kept us busy and more focused than this problem that has come up. So we will deal with our survival first then think of appealing the ban. What happened doesn’t warrant a ban of six matches and a GHc5000 fine, it is very harsh so we will appeal.”