Rising Sun's Simpson, JCD's Day Named ORVC Basketball Players of the Week – Eagle 99.3 FM WSCH

                 Wednesday, January 19th, 2022  1:28pm                 <br>                         By Travis Thayer                                                                                   <a href="https://www.twitter.com/TheTravisThayer" target="_blank" rel="noopener">                                 @TheTravisThayer                             </a>                                             <br>             Milan swimmers were among the top performers last week, capturing the ORVC championship.          <br><img alt="" src="https://mmo.aiircdn.com/248/61b0f6142706a.jpg" /><br><strong>Shutterstock photo.</strong><br>(Rising Sun, Ind.) &ndash; Basketball stars from Rising Sun and Jac-Cen-Del have earned Ohio River Valley Conference weekly honors.<br>The ORVC report for January 10-15 was released on Wednesday.<br>Rising Sun forward Alyssa Simpson is the ORVC Girls Basketball Player of the Week. The Lady Shiners sophomore averaged 13.5 points and 14.0 rebounds over two games last week.<br>The ORVC Boys Basketball Player of the Week went to Jac-Cen-Del&rsquo;s Wyatt Day. Day totaled 35 points, 14 rebounds, and 11 assists in two games. He also surpassed the 1,000-career point mark.<br>Last Saturday, Milan&rsquo;s boys and girls swim teams captured the 2022 ORVC Championship.<br>Parker Sutherlin, Dylan Thomas, Adam Volz, Ariel Haessig, and Emilee Kneuven were among the individual champions.<br>Other top performers for the week of January 10-15 are listed below.&nbsp;<br>&nbsp;<br><strong>BOYS BASKETBALL</strong><br>Jacob Williams (SC) 27 pts in 2 games<br>Nick Schwarte (SR) 52 pts, 23 rebs, 5 ast in 3 games<br>Zach Gentile (SR) 28 pts, 20 ast, 11 rebs in 3 games<br>Blaine Ward (SR) 41 pts, 6 rebs, 5 ast in 3 games<br>Damon Carrigan (RS) 32 pts, 14 rebs, 4 ast in 2 games<br>Brady Works (RS) 27 pts, 28 rebs, 4 ast in 2 games<br>Caleb Simon (JCD) 35 pts, 14 rebs, 6 ast in 2 games<br>&nbsp;<br><strong>GIRLS BASKETBALL</strong><br>Jessie Duvall (SC) 12 pts, 6 ast, 6 stl vs. S&rsquo;western&nbsp;<br>Maddie Duvall (SC) 14 pts, 3 ast, 3 stl vs. S&rsquo;western<br>Baylee Morris (RS) 14 pts, 6 stl, 2 rebs vs. Milan<br>Kenzie Taylor (SC) 12 pts, 4 rebs vs. S&rsquo;western<br>Reagan Hughes (JCD) 22 pts, 9 ast, 6 stl, 4 3&rsquo;s, 3 rebs in 2 games<br>Annabelle Williams (JCD) 18 pts, 7 rebs, 6 ast, 4 stl in 2 games<br>Jalee Rider (JCD) 11 pts, 3 rebs, 4 stl vs. SW Shelby<br>Audrey Schmidt (M) 39 pts, 19 rebs in 2 games<br>&nbsp;<br><strong>SWIMMING</strong><br>Boys Swimming / Girls Swimming<br>Nathan Furnish (SC) :24.42 <strong>50 YD Free</strong> Julia Worcester (SW) :26.54<br>Nathan Furnish (SC) :54.82<strong> 100 YD Free</strong> Ariel Haessig (M) :57.97<br>Parker Sutherlin (M) 2:02.95 <strong>200 YD Free</strong> Emilee Kneuven (M) 2:09.80<br>Parker Sutherlin (M) 5:34.23 <strong>500 YD Free</strong> Emilee Kneuven (M) 5:42.90<br>Adrian Armstrong (SC) :55.97 <strong>100 YD Fly</strong> Raygan Crawford (SW) 1:06.17<br>Dylan Thomas (M) 1:01.78 <strong>100 YD Breast</strong> Julia Worcester (SW) 1:13.06<br>Adam Volz (M) :59.03 <strong>100 YD Back</strong> Raygan Crawford (SW) 1:06.66<br>Dylan Thomas (M) 2:03.35 <strong>200 YD IM</strong> Ariel Haessig (M) 2:24.20<br>&nbsp;<br>Relays<br>Switzerland County 1:44.70 <strong>200 YD Free Relay</strong> Milan 1:52.29<br>Milan 1:47.90 <strong>200 YD Medley Relay</strong> Milan 2:07.14<br>Switzerland County 3:39.13 <strong>400 YD Free Relay</strong> Southwestern 4:17.64<br>                 The 7th grade team finished the season with an 18-0 record.              <br>                 The East Central Lady Trojans clinched at least a share of the EIAC Girls Basketball Championship with a win on Senior Night.              <br>                 Just a couple games in high school hoops on Wednesday, including a big EIAC matchup between EC and SD.              <br>                 Peyton Rossi broke two more records last weekend.              <br>                 EC and JCD picked up big conference wins in girls basketball, while EC and Batesville dueled in the pool.             <br>                 Congratulations and good luck at UE!              <br>                         2022 is the Year of Stones and Crystals with Carisa Bunten of Seventh Street Gifts. The first program of the year will focus on the stone garnet- the traditional birthstone of January. It also is the stone of commitment. Learn more about this deeply hued semi-precious stone. To receive a stone you must register. You will receive an email when your stone is ready for pick up. Supplies limited. Then watch a video to learn more about garnet on the LPLD YouTube channel starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 22. Register: www.lpld.lib.in.us/calendar. Adults. Free. You may need to register by phone while the library district switches to a new online reservation system.                     <br>                         Date: January 22, 2022  Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm  If you would like to learn how to build a trail by helping to create a trail at one of our preserves, then come on out! Please register at Eventbrite so we know how many will be there and, if it rains, we know who to contact if we have to postpone. Thanks!    This event is free, but please RSVP at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/215004533347     More details:    This month’s Nature Volunteer Day is at Riverview Nature Preserve in Hanover, Indiana. Our tasks for this day will be to begin building trails. Please wear appropriate shoes, hat, and clothing. Bring your own work gloves and bottle of water. We will be able to refill our water bottles. Bug spray with DEET will be available as well. We will start at 1:00 pm and end by 3:00 pm. You can park at in the drive and along the street at 1100 S Riverview Drive. In the event of high winds or other inclement weather that creates an environment not conducive for building trails, we will postpone the work day to a later date. Feel free to bring a snack or lunch to enjoy.                     <br>                         The Strengthening Families Program is a 7 week program.  The sessions consist of the first hour when parents/caregivers and youth meet separately with facilitators.   Facilitators lead guided discussions with parents, focusing on improving family interactions.  Youth participate in games and activities that teach them how to get along with peers, siblings, and parents/caregivers.  During the second hour, parents/caregivers and youth meet as a family.  Families bond by participating in activities and projects that develop communication and problem-solving skills.  Families learn to help youth deal with peer pressure, improve communication skills, solve problems individually and as a family, and how to better enjoy time together.                     <br>The foundation’s internship program seeks to engage local young people into the work of the Community Foundation. <br>House Bill 1002 would be the largest tax cut package in state history if signed into law.<br>The fundraising event will culminate at the Lawrenceburg vs. South Dearborn boys basketball game on Feb. 18. <br>The 7th grade team finished the season with an 18-0 record. <br>The East Central Lady Trojans clinched at least a share of the EIAC Girls Basketball Championship with a win on Senior Night. <br>Just a couple games in high school hoops on Wednesday, including a big EIAC matchup between EC and SD. <br><a href="/on-air/your-hometown-radio-station/">Your Hometown Radio Station</a> playing <br><a href="/on-air/artist/carrie-underwood/">Carrie Underwood</a> - Wasted<br><br><a href="https://www.eaglecountryonline.com/news/local-sports/rising-suns-simpson-jcds-day-named-orvc-basketball-players-of-the-week/">source</a>
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