It was a rough night for the Lady Wildcats as fell to The Batesville Lady Bulldogs 25-17, 25-14, 25-17.The communication on the court was lacking. They have some things to figure out for sectional is fastly approaching. Kamryn McCool led with 8 kills. Kayley Schoettelkotte had a good night with 4 kills and 2 blocks. Kendall McCool had 2 ace serves as well as 8 digs. Autumn McDaniel led with 17 digs and Jenna Orschell added 5 digs. Kaitlyn Obert led with 3 ace serves.The ladies will be back in the gym to prepare for Lawrenceburg who will play here for the Lady Wildcats’ Senior Night. Come out and cheer on our six seniors as they play their final home match.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Tanya Wirtz.We fell to Batesville tonight in JV 25-12, 25-16.We just didn’t appear to be in sync tonight. If the pass was good, then the hit was off and vice versa. All in all, we are still able to play back and give them a run for their money. In the end, it just left us a little short. We host Lawrenceburg Thursday @5. As this will be our last Home game of the season.We are on the road all next week..Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and ending Saturday with our EIAC JV Invite at EC. Cone out and support your very own Lady Cats!!Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Jill Megenthal.The Freshman Wildcats fell to the Bulldogs in two sets at home 25-16, 25-18.We fought hard till the end having some great kills by Kloe Bolos and Elise Klei. We also had some great serves and digs from Abby Mitchum.The Freshman Lady Cats are on the road next Tuesday to East Central to finish out the season.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Logan Allen.Dog don’t stay in wildcat county long as all teams win in minimum sets.From freshman coach Erin Trenkamp: The freshman Lady Bulldogs defeated the Franklin Co tonight in 2 games. The setters both had a great game. Belle Wolters served 9pts with 3 being aces, Shalee Harrington also served a great game with 10pts with 3 being aces. Game one was a score of 25-18 game two was 25-18.From JV coach Shelly Prickel: The JV Lady Bulldog Volleyball team continued their winning ways defeating EIAC foe, Franklin County, in minimum sets. Scores were 25-16, 25-12. Kelsey Shupe was the top server with 13 points including 3 aces. Monica Gerstbauer earned 8 points including 2 aces in addition to collecting 13 assists as the team’s setter. Anna Bauer was strong at the net pounding 6 kills. Tori Kurtz notched 4 kills and a stuff block to spark the team. Maggie Walsman played well defensively with 4 digs and 6 good serve receptions. The team is now 15-2 as they head into the last couple weeks of the season. Come out and support this hardworking team!In the Varsity match the dogs excreted themselves slowly but calmly with a sense of self assurance. The sets were never to a point where I felt uncomfortable or the team. Serving was key in keeping their middles out of system. We definitely won the serve serve receive portion of the match with 11 aces on the night, Kylie Laker #7 accounted for 6. Offensively Morgan Meyer #3 had another key EIAC match hitting .350 with 11 kills.We have an extended break until next Monday, October 2nd when we will welcome Greensburg for a 5:00pm Freshman & JV Start.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Jody Thomas.