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Mourners at the event in Montenegro kissed the bishop’s body as it lay in an open coffin.- Advertisement –
The Bulldogs beat Greensburg on Monday 16-6 in six innings.The Bulldogs scored seven runs in the first on the Bulldogs scored in the first on a three-run home run by Connor Schuck, an RBI single by Brett Westerfeld, a two-run double by Jacob Christie, and an RBI single by Jacob Wilson.Schuck racked up four RBIs on three hits for the Bulldogs.Leo Enneking got the win in relief for the Bulldogs. Enneking pitched 2 1/3 innings and allowed no runs.The Bulldogs easily handled Greensburg pitching as seven hitters combined for 16 hits, 16 RBIs and 14 runs scored.Austin Kane took the loss for Greensburg. He allowed 10 runs in four innings, walked four and struck out five.The Bulldogs got two-run rallies in the fourth inning and the fifth. In the fourth, the Bulldogs scored on a two-run single by Westerfeld, scoring Schuck and Bryan Hoeing.The Bulldogs piled on two more runs in the top of the fifth. Wyatt Scheblersingled, scoring Enneking to start the inning. That was followed up by Hoeing’s single, bringing home Schebler.The Bulldogs built upon their lead with four runs in the sixth. The inning got off to a hot start when Austin Prickel singled, plating Westerfeld. That was followed up by Jacob Wilson’s single, bringing home Jacob Christie and Prickel.————————————————————————————————–Tuesay Night – Batesville loses to Connersville 3-1 in 9 Innings.Connor Schuck both hit and pitched well for the Bulldogs, but it wasn’t enough as the Bulldogs fell to Connersville 3-1 on Tuesday.Schuck had a hot bat for the Bulldogs. Schuck went 1-4 and drove in one. He singled in the third inning.Schuck was a workhorse on the mound for the Bulldogs. Schuck allowed one earned run, five hits and no walks while striking out three over six innings of work.Jordan Clark got the win for Connersville. He allowed one run over nine innings. He struck out 12, walked one and surrendered three hits.Schuck took the loss for the Bulldogs.The top of the third saw Connersville take an early lead, 1-0. Connersville got things going when Clark singled. A single by Joe Rowe then moved Clark from first to second. Dylan Huffman singled, bringing home Clark.The Bulldogs’ lone run of the ballgame came in the third inning on an RBI single by Schuck.Connersville didn’t relinquish the lead after scoring two runs in the ninth inning when it scored on an error and an RBI single by Nathan Clark.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Alex Davis.
MELBOURNE: Indian team’s tour of Australia, slated to begin towards the end of the year, will begin either in Adelaide or Brisbane and not in Perth after Western Australia state government said that there won’t be any relaxation in quarantine rules in their territory.According to a report in ESPNcricinfo, the Adelaide Oval is prepared to host back-to-back Tests, including a day-night match as well as the Boxing Day against India later during the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in case the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is not available because of rising coronavirus cases in the state of Victoria. “We didn’t think it was acceptable to have the team return from a high-risk overseas location and then take part in normal training activities outside of quarantine, before flying out to another state to play games.” Mark McGowan, the Premier of the WA state government, was quoted as saying in the report. “There were just too many risks in the model put forward by Cricket Australia. We need to remain vigilant and do the right thing by all Western Australians and not take unnecessary chances.” The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has requested Cricket Australia (CA) to allow their players to train during the quarantine period inside the bio-bubble, but in Perth that won’t be possible. “We acknowledge the WA government has a firm position on quarantine and border arrangements,” a CA spokesperson said. “The Australian men’s team will not be quarantining in Perth upon their return from the UK,” he added. IANS Also Watch: GMCH Superintendent: No Shortage of Beds at GMCH