Fever coach appearance helps Harvest Helpings
Pictured are Coach Lin Dunn of the Indiana Fever and Shirley Jones, retired teacher and long time assistant girls basketball coach at Rushville.
Lions edge Marauders in 3-team meet
The Lion track team needed every point in the 3-team track meet with Mt. Vernon and Pendleton Heights. The Lions tallied 64 points to edge Mt. Vernon with 63 and Pendleton Heights with 40.
Rushville’s 3200 relay team of Nick Zepeda, Ashton Wilson, Dalton Miller and Ryan Fogg ran a season best 8:27.78.
Lady Netters blank Triton Central
The Lady Lions shut out visiting Triton Central 5-0 in tennis action.
“I thought the girls played well after a weather-induced four day layoff. It’s always nice to get a win across the board,” Coach Heuer noted.
Allison Wainwright won the No. 1 singles match over Michele Garner 6-1, 6-1. At No. 2 singles, Rosella Troyer defeated Brittany Miller 6-2, 6-3. At No. 3 singles, Sarah Harpring topped Miliken Guy 6-2, 6-1.
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The BRMS golf team fell to Centerville 182-205. Rushville was led by Cole Carmony with a 46. Carmony was followed by Austin McDaniel 50, Tanner Koors 54, Dillon Fowler 55, Megyn Kirchoff 58, Trenten Herbert 65, Will Thoman 69 and Dalton Hornaday.
Bears knock off visiting Lions
The Lion golf team traveled to Shelbyville to face the Golden Bears at Bear Chase golf course. The Golden Bears posted a team-total 162 while the Lions followed with a 193.
No. 2 Lady Arabians hold off Lady Lions
On the road at Class 4A No. 2 Pendleton Heights, the Lady Lions fell in conference softball action 4-0.
The game was tied through four innings. Rushville’s Catie Liggett had the first hit for the Lady Lions with a line drive to right center in the second inning. Jessica Wilson reached base in the third on a Lady Arabian error.
Lions Football Camp 2013
Lions Football Camp 2013
CAMP TIME: 3:30 to 5 p.m. May 20-23
AGE GROUP: 1st -8th grade
COST: $20 per person and fee includes football training and camp T-shirt.
EQUIPMENT: Old football shoes or tennis shoes, socks, shorts and practice shirt.
CAMP STAFF: Lions varsity staff and football players
WHERE: Rush County Fair Grounds
Fifth inning keys Lions' win over Panthers
Rushville sent nine batters to the plate in the bottom of the fifth and plated four runs to get past visiting Knightstown 7-4.
The Panthers jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the top of the first, but the Lions came right back to grab the lead in the home-half of the inning.
Austin Maggard and Kyle Hoeing opened the inning with singles. With two outs, John Riddell walked to load the bases and Hunter Orme delivered a single to left to score Maggard and Hoeing.
RCHS sports physicals May 29
Physicals for the 2013-2014 RCHS school year will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 29 at Rush Memorial Hospital.
Lions, Marauders split doubleheader
In the cold, windy conditions Friday, the Lions and Marauders split a doubleheader at the Council of Clubs Field.
Mt. Vernon took the early lead as Ohio State recruit Troy Montgomery led off with a home run to right field. Rushville starting pitcher Mark Busald came back to get the next three Marauders on strikes.
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