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Batesville Dirt Road Basketball Scores

first_img4th GradeBatesville 20, East Central 16Franklin County 21, Batesville 16 2nd Grade WhiteNorth Decatur Red 24, Batesville 8Batesville 19, North Decatur Blue 6Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Paul Drake. 3rd GradeBatesville 35, South Dearborn 17Batesville 47, Rushville 11 Batesville Dirt Road Basketball ScoresSunday  (1-12)6th GradeBatesville 32, Greensburg 22Batesville 56, Milan 28center_img 5th GradeBatesville 28, Milan 21Batesville 32, South Ripley 29 2nd Grade BlueNorth Decatur Red 32, Batesville 18Batesville 22, North Decatur Blue 16last_img read more

Beat writers predict Syracuse to stifle Hurricanes after near upset

first_img Published on January 25, 2014 at 10:36 am Facebook Twitter Google+ Stephen Bailey: Syracuse 68, Miami 50False warningThis time the Hurricanes can’t stop Syracuse. Miami gave the Orange a scare in its ACC opener, but missed its chance. SU is ready for Jim Larranaga’s 1-2-2 zone, and Trevor Cooney and C.J. Fair will bounce back from a couple off games. SU spends Saturday night smiling on the beach.David Wilson: Syracuse 63, Miami 45Eye of the HurricaneLast time, the Orange caught the brunt of the storm, but it’s begun to calm. Miami (Fla.) sits below .500 in the conference as teams have started to figure out its zone defense. Tyler Ennis proved he can get to the rim against a good defense against Pittsburgh and he’ll do that more frequently against the less-talented Hurricanes.Trevor Hass: Syracuse 65, Miami 53Welcome to MiamiThe Hurricanes held the Orange to its lowest point total of the season in Syracuse. This time SU cracks 50 — and then some – and bumps its overall record to 19-0. The Ennis and Manu Lecomte matchup should be a dandy, but Ennis has the clear edge in talent and composure. Syracuse will make a concerted effort to fluster Miami early, and will pull away late. Commentslast_img read more