The 7th Grade Batesville Bulldogs lost to South Dearborn 36-26.The Bulldogs were led in scoring by Lyle Oesterling who had 12. He was followed by Bryson Bonelli with 7, Grant Peters with 5, Cole Pride with 2. Max Baumer pulled and Trenton Roell pulled down some big rebounds.The Dogs will be back in action against Milan at home Thursday night.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Ben Pierson.The 8th Grade Bulldogs played well last night, but ultimately fell to the Squires 51-44.The Bulldogs had opportunities at the charity stripe, but failed to connect often enough to pull ahead. Eli Pierson led the way scoring with 13, followed by Cole Werner with 10. Ean Loichinger had 8 with several offensive put backs. Travis Lecher and Cooper Wilhelm added 4 a piece. Rounding out the scoring was Zach Wade with 3 and Ian Powers 2.The Bulldogs play at home Thursday against Milan. Come and support you BMS Bulldogs!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Clint Pride.
Wellington Police notes for Wednesday, December 12, 2012â€¢2:34 a.m. Lindsey R. Cornejo, 24, Wellington was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended driverâ€™s license, illegal registration, and no proof of insurance in the 200 block N. Ash, Wellington.â€¢William C. E. Conley, 40, Wellington was served a summons/complaint for charges of two counts of allowing a dog to attack a domestic animal, two counts of dog at large and two counts of determination of a vicious dog.â€¢Christopher T. Shapley, 28, Winfield was served a summons/complaint for a charge of theft.â€¢Steven E. Rowan, 52, Wellington was served a summons/complaint for a charge of window peeping.â€¢Cole Smith, 55, Wellington was served a summons/complaint for a charge of dog at large.â€¢Loretta Wylie, 28, Wellington was served a summons/complaint for a charge of theft ofÂ Â Â service.â€¢David M. Cook, 31, Wellington was served a summons/complaint for a charge of Operating a motorcycle without a motorcycle license.â€¢4:21 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of an air compressor in the 300 block E. 8th, Wellington.â€¢7:15 p.m. Officers took a report of a domestic family dispute in the 600 block N. C, Wellington.â€¢10:08 p.m. Officers took a report of a domestic family dispute in the 1100 block N. Jefferson, Wellington.
“I’ll cherish that another time.” @Lj_era8 on All-Pro nod pic.twitter.com/pTP04mC5tW— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) January 3, 2020Jackson says a playoff defeat to the Los Angeles Chargers last year in his rookie season has given him extra motivation to avoid more postseason heartbreak.He said after the Ravens’ last practice session of their bye week: “That game still motivates me. I still haven’t played my second playoff game yet.”That game is over with. We’ve been having a great year this year. We just got to keep it going. I want a Super Bowl. I’m not worried about that. That was my rookie season.” Lamar Jackson says the Cleveland Browns need to wait after interviewing Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman because the Ravens need Roman to focus on their pursuit of a third Super Bowl win.Roman spoke Thursday with the Browns, who are looking for a new head coach after firing Freddie Kitchens last week. Jackson, who was named first-team All-Pro by The Associated Press on Friday, says Roman has enough on his plate as the Ravens, the top seed in the AFC, gear up for the NFL playoffs.MORE: Jackson leading a new era of QBs”They need to chill out,” Jackson said when asked about the Browns’ interest in Roman. “We got something to do right now.”We need him to focus because we need to focus. We’re trying to get somewhere. You guys are going to have your own turn when the season is over with.”Quizzed if he had told Roman what he thinks about the issue, he replied: “Nah, he should know that.”