Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

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January 9, 2013

Decatur County sports digest announcements for Jan. 9

Greensburg — Posted below are the Decatur County sports digest announcents for Jan. 9.

Schedule

Thursday, Jan. 10

GB swimming at S. Dearborn, 6 p.m.

GB girls vs North, 6 p.m. JV

SD girls vs Waldron, 6:30 p.m. (no JV)

 

Friday, Jan. 11 (JV at 6 p.m.)

ND boys vs South Ripley

GB boys at Batesville

SD boys at Morristown

Open gym at GCHS fieldhouse

The Decatur County Parks and Recreation Department is offering open gym at the GCHS Fieldhouse on Sundays from 2 to 9 p.m.  Take advantage of this opportunity to play basketball, volleyball or walk on the indoor track. This is being offered free of charge by the Parks and Recreation Department.

Pirate 7A boys top Bulldogs

The Greensburg 7A boys basketball team returned to action at Batesville with a 42-26 victory. Batesville led after the first stanza 10-9 before the Pirates picked up their defense holding the Bulldogs to four points in the second period and trailing 19-14 at halftime.

Our defense and holding our turnovers down was the difference,” said coach Bob Barker, who added that Kyle Sellers did a nice job on the boards with a season high eight rebounds. Luke Lozier and Brayton Owens pulled down six boards each. Lozier had 18 points to lead all scorers. Tucker Bailey had 12 points and three assists. Sellers had six points, Owens four and Nick Heil rounded out the scoring with two. Lozier had three steals, while Heil, Tucker and Ty Hall picked off one each.

North C-team overcomes South rally

The North Decatur boys C-team defeated South Decatur in a clash that became a second-half thriller.

North led 12-4 after the first quarer and 19-6 at halftime, but South reduced the 13-point hole to just five with a 12-4 third-quarter run. The Cougars outscored the Chargers 10-8, but it was not enough.

Austin Brown led North with eight points, while Brian Williamson followed with seven. Arek Holloway scored six points, Derek Hocker and Justin Weisenbach each chipped in three and Landon Crites and Eric Moorman rounded out the scoring with two apiece.

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  • Chargers beat Spartans The North Decatur boys golf team defeated Southwestern (Shelby) 175-191 Monday at Cypress Run. North sophomore Dayne Lecher earned meet medalist honors, carding a 4-over 49. Following Lecher was Brian Williamson with a 44, while David Bokelman and Br

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  • Pirate baseball freshmen on road The Greensburg freshman baseball team played on the road at Lawrenceburg against its junior varsity team in a doubleheader. The Pirates lost both games 13-3 and 22-0. Kyle Blodgett started the first game and gave Greensburg three solid innings to kee

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