The Batesville Lady Bulldogs and South Dearborn Lady Knights played to a 0-0 tie in varsity soccer action Tuesday night.
South Dearborn outshot Batesville 16-14, which put added pressure on the defense.
Rebecca Roell made two excellent saves on the South Dearborn strikers on one-on-one situations, according to BHS coach Kyle Laker. Roell ended the game with a total of seven saves.
The Batesville defense has yet to give up a goal all season. The defense includes Roell, Abby Brandt, Rashel Roberts, Hayley Huntington, Brooke Rohlfing, Kristen Wintz, Karsen Worthington, and Jenna Huber.
The Batesville junior varsity defeated the Lady Knights 2-0 and improved their record to 2-0-1.
Scorers for the Lady Bulldogs were Emily Rose and Molly Weigel with an assist from Morgan Puente.
BHS blanks Greensburg
The Batesville Lady Bulldog continued their shutout streak to four games as they defeated the Greensburg Lady Pirates 7-0 in varsity soccer action Thursday evening.
The Lady Bulldogs started off slowly, but was able to find the back of the net in the 32nd minute as Mary Elizabeth Elkins dribbled through the Pirate defense to net her fifth goal of the season. Shelby Rupp and Rohlfing added to the Bulldog lead to make it 3-0 at the half.
In the second half, the Lady Bulldogs played better and scored four goals within the first 15 minutes of the half. Elkins added two more goals in the second half along with Kelli Hartman and Audrey Hall.
“They have executed set plays extremely well all season and Hartman’s goal was a beautifully executed corner kick,” Laker commented.
Hartman had two assists in the game as well.
The Lady Bulldogs are now 3-0-2 overall and 2-0-1 in the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference.