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Batesville 28, Lawrenceburg 22- 3A Sectional Semifinal

Boys Varsity Football, 3A Sectional 31 Semifinal at Batesville- Friday, October 26

Batesville 28, Lawrenceburg 22

  • BA  08  00  13  07 – 28
  • LB  06  00  00  16 – 22

Batesville scored on its first offensive play, a pass from Trey Heidlage over the middle to Quinn Werner for 62 yards. Austin Siefert added a 2-point conversion run.  It was 8-0 BHS with 10:18 to go in the first quarter.

Lawrenceburg’s Garrett Yoon scored on a 7-yard run with 4:02 to play in the opening period.  The 2-point conversion pass failed as the Tigers trailed by two, 8-6.

The score remained 8-6 until Heidlage ran in from 33 yards out with 9:31 showing in the third quarter.  Nate Slavin’s kick after made it 14-6 Bulldogs.

On the Tigers’ next series, the Bulldogs’ Ben Schebler forced a fumble which was recovered by teammate Devon Meeks.  BHS though was later intercepted in the end zone by Lawrenceburg’s Andrew Rennekamp.

The Bulldog defense then forced a three and out on the Tigers’ next possession.  During the punt attempt by LHS, the snap was high and the punter was tackled on the 2-yard line by Batesville’s Colt Swingle and Tyler Myers.  Trey Heidlage scored for the Bulldogs on the next play. It was 21-6 following a Slavin PAT with 4:01 left in the third.

Lawrenceburg answered with a long drive ending with a Garrett Yoon 5-yard run.  Jalen Parks ran in a 2-point conversion to close the gap to 21-14 with 11:15 to go in the fourth.

Batesville scored on its very next offensive play as Austin Pohlman raced 52 yards for six points.  Slavin’s extra point with 11:03 to play made it a two-score game again, 28-14.

Lawrenceburg manufactured another long scoring drive capped by a Brenden Cox 1-yard run.  The 2-point conversion pass from Yoon to Brody Dennison was good.  It was now a 6-point game, 28-22, with 5:28 to play.

Batesville tried to run out the clock and did pick up one key first down by drawing Lawrenceburg offsides on 4th and 1.  However, the Bulldogs punted the ball into the end zone four plays later with 1:11 to go.

The Tigers’ final drive was hampered by a 15-yard penalty and a defensive sack by the Bulldogs’ Charlie Dice.  Lawrenceburg’s final play was a pass intercepted by Myers which sealed the victory for Batesville.

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