The 8th grade lost to Greensburg in a barn burner 32-28. Scoring for St. Louis was Kate Weber with 10 pts 1 assist, Catherine Streator with 6 pts 2 blocks, Rhea Miller with 5 pts one being a 3 that was vital, Clarie Saner with 4 pts, Lilly Schebler with 2 pts, and Sadie Wachsmann with 1 pt. All the girls pulled out an effective press but just a bit too late in the game for the win. So proud of their grit as foul trouble took over the first half and coming back from that is always a tough thing to do. They absolutely never gave up if anything pushed harder for this win. Nice job ladies. 8th Grade Girls play Saturday in a tournament at St. Bart’s. Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Erin Trenkamp. Girls Middle School Basketball ScoresThursday (1-30)The 7th Grade Lady Bulldogs lost a hard-fought game on the road at Jac-Cen-Del 31-24. The Bulldogs struggled from the field and at the free-throw line all night, but played with effort throughout the game. Leading the way scoring for the Bulldogs were Lydia Haskamp with 10 points; followed by Marlee Obermeyer with 6 points; Sophie Gesell 4 points; Veronica King 4 points; and Eden Williams 1 point. The 2-2 Bulldogs are back in action Monday night vs. South Dearborn at the BHS gym. JCD Scoring-Kelsey Borgman 12, Sophia Sullivan 6, Delaney Hughes 6, Ashlynn Moorman 3, Hailey Kunz 2, Cheyenne Cullen 2.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Weiler and Eagles Coach Brandy Meyer.The 8th Grade Lady Bulldogs had a tough loss against Jac-Cen-Del last night, 45-11. After a long week, with four games, it was tough for the girls to get into a rhythm on the court. The Lady Bulldogs played hard throughout the game, and I am proud of the effort I saw from the team. Next game is Monday against South Dearborn at home in the BHS gym. JCD Scoring-8th Grade Lady Eagles defeated Batesville 45-11. Reagan Hughes 18, Reese Obendorf 11, Julia Meyer 7, Emma Wagner 5, Sophia Sullivan 2, Kelsey Borgman 2.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Amber Erhart and Eagles Coach Brandy Meyer.North Decatur 7th Graders defeated Hauser 28-13. After a rough shooting first half, the Lady Chargers found the nylon in quarters 3 and 4. Perseverance and defensive determination turned it around for the Chargers in the second half. Leading the Lady Chargers in scoring was Ally Whitaker with 9, followed by Madi Allen and Kasey Barker each with 6. Kelsey Haley added 3, while Emma Schoettmer and Clare Kinker chipped in 2 each. Chargers move to 5-0 and will be on the road Monday at Morristown.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Eric Whitaker.The lady Chargers 8th Graders were defeated by The Lady Jets 21-16. ND Scoring-Kunz with 7 points, Ogden with 6 points, Custer went 1-1 on free-throw line, and Gearhart with 2 points.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Becky Bingham. The St. Louis 7th Grade lost to Greensburg 58-11. Scoring for St. Louis were Ainsley Sipples with 4 pts, Lucy Abplanalp with 3 pts, and both Anna Moore and Kenzie Maple with 2 pts each. While this was a tough game, we started to see something happening on both offense and defense. These girls hustled the whole game and never once gave up on themselves.