Bulldogs Goes Down On Final Play Against Seymour.Batesville fell to Seymour 2-1 on Monday on the final play of the game. Seymour trailed 1-0 in the bottom of the seventh inning when there was an error, scoring two runs.The pitching was strong on both sides. Seymour pitchers struck out 14, while the Bulldogs sat down three. Tyler Bloom earned the win for Seymour. He threw seven innings, surrendering one run, two hits, and striking out 14. Joe Bohman took the loss for Batesville. He went two-thirds of an inning, surrendering two runs, one hit, striking out one, and walking one. Anthony Butz started the game for the Bulldogs. He went five and two-thirds innings, allowing zero runs, one hit, and striking out two.Alex McPherson and Alex Roell each managed one hit to lead Batesville.Late Score Costs Bulldogs Against Lawrenceburg.The Bulldogs stayed in it until the end, but Lawrenceburg pulled away late in a 4-3 victory on Tuesday. The Bulldogs were up 3-0 heading into the fifth, but Lawrenceburg then scored four on a go ahead single by Austin Bowling off of Batesville’s Alex Roell.Batesville lost despite out-hitting Lawrenceburg nine to four.Senior Jordan Houze earned the win for Lawrenceburg. He tossed seven innings, surrendering three runs, nine hits, and striking out four. Alex Roell took the loss for the Bulldogs. He went four and two-thirds innings, giving up four runs, four hits, and striking out two.Batesville collected nine hits. Alex McPherson and Trey Heidlage each collected multiple hits for Batesville, while Jacob Christie, Joe Bohman, and Quinn Werner each drove in one run to lead the Bulldogs.The Bulldogs Goes Down On Final Play Against Milan It came down to the last play, but the Bulldogs were on the wrong end of a 6-5 defeat to Milan on Thursday. The game was tied at five with Milan batting in the bottom of the eighth when Lane Oesterling walked Dakota Sams with the bases loaded for the winning run.In the bottom of the fourth inning, Milan tied things up at five, as Jacob Burton drove in two when he homered in the fourth inning.Jordan Burton earned the win for Milan. He pitched four innings, surrendering zero runs, one hit, and striking out one. Joe Bohman took the loss for the Bulldogs. He tossed three and two-thirds innings, surrendering one run, three hits, striking out five, and walking one.John Turner started the game for Milan. He went four innings, giving up five runs, one hit, and striking out one. Batesville Senior Garrett Burkhart started the game for the Bulldogs. He tossed three and two-thirds innings, surrendering five runs, nine hits, and striking out one.Alex McPherson and Lane Oesterling each collected one hit to lead the Bulldogs.After three straight losses, the Bulldogs fall to 10-8 overall and 5-2 in the EIAC conference. Batesville will take on South Ripley at Liberty Park on Friday evening.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Justin Tucker.
LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE FOLLOW US Jonathan Huberdeau scored two goals in just over 30 seconds and added two assists, and Florida’s top line had a nine-point game as the Panthers beat the Montreal Canadiens 6-5 on Sunday night.Aleksander Barkov had two goals and an assist and Mike Matheson added a goal and two assists. Noel Acciari also scored and Evgenii Dadonov finished with two assists. Sergei Bobrovsky made 37 saves.The top line of Huberdeau, Barkov and Dadonov notched four goals and five assists.Jeff Petry had a goal and two assists, Tomas Tatar and Max Domi each added a goal and an assist, and Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Shea Weber also scored. Nick Suzuki assisted on three goals. Carey Price started his seventh straight game and made 28 saves.Acciari grabbed a loose puck and scored at 4:34 for his 13th of the season on Florida’s second shot in the first meeting between the teams this season.Barkov beat Price between the pads on a breakaway last Feb. 17, and added another highlight-reel effort, scoring on a sweeping, blind backhander at 6:33 for his 12th of the season and a 2-0 lead.Tatar’s team-leading 16th goal at 13:31 put the Canadiens on the board on their first power play.Petry and Domi scored in the first 2:12 of the second. Barkov countered with his second goal of the game at 3:41, tying the score at 3-all.Huberdeau scored twice in a 35-second span for a 5-3 lead. His first goal at 13:30 from a poor angle caromed in off Ben Chiarot’s skate. Barkov sprung Huberdeau with a long diagonal pass, freeing the left wing for an open shot from the left circle, and the Quebec native rifled in a shot for his team-high 16th at 14:05.Matheson sent in a shot 45 seconds into the third that hit Weber’s stick, and Kotkaniemi answered on the power play at 4:11, while Weber scored at 18:08 with the extra skater on.NOTES: Price played for just the second time in both of back-to-back contests, going 0-1-1 against Columbus and Ottawa on Nov. 19-20. … F Jordan Weal played in his 200th NHL game. … Domi’s goal was his 100th point with Montreal and gave him a five-game goal streak, and Suzuki’s three points set a career high. … Huberdeau became the second-fastest Florida player to reach 50 points (38 games); Pavel Bure did it in 34 games in the 1999-2000 campaign. … D Aaron Ekblad returned after missing Saturday’s 5-4 win over Detroit.UP NEXTCanadiens: At Carolina on Tuesday.Panthers: At Columbus on Tuesday. First Published: 30th December, 2019 10:45 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT Associated Press Television News Written By Last Updated: 30th December, 2019 10:45 IST Huberdeau Has 4-point Game, Panthers Beat Canadiens 6-5 Jonathan Huberdeau scored two goals in just over 30 seconds and added two assists, and Florida’s top line had a nine-point game as the Panthers beat the Montreal Canadiens 6-5 on Sunday night.