Bulldogs And Wildcats Battle It Out For 10 Innings

first_imgBulldogs Falls To Franklin County After Extra Innings Score The Batesville Bulldogs lost 2-1 against the visiting Franklin County Wildcats on Tuesday in ten innings.The Bulldogs captured the lead in the second inning, as sophomore Lane Oesterling drove in a run with two outs when he singled. However, Franklin County evened things up at one in the top of the fourth inning when Jake Fields solo-homered on a 1-0 count. After seven innings, the EIAC matchup had to go into extra innings. The game was still tied 1-1 in the top of the tenth when Franklin County hit a sac fly with one out, resulting in the game winning run for the Wildcats.The pitching was strong on both sides. Franklin County pitchers struck out eight, while the Bulldogs sat down five. Batesville’s Oesterling pitched all ten innings, only throwing 93 pitches. Bake Ripperger earned the win for Franklin County. He tossed the final three innings, giving up zero runs, one hit, striking out three, and walking zero. Oesterling took the loss for Bulldogs. He went ten innings, surrendering two runs, eight hits, striking out five, and walking zero. Alex Bischoff started the game for Franklin County. He went seven innings, giving up one run, four hits, striking out five, and walking one.Oesterling went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead Bulldogs in hits. Batesville didn’t commit a single error in the field. Joe Bohman had 14 chances in the field, the most on the team.With the loss, the Bulldogs fall to 7-5 on the season and 3-1 in the EIAC. Batesville will travel to South Dearborn High School to compete in another conference matchup this Thursday.Courtesy of of Bulldogs Coach Justin Tucker.last_img read more

VisaFree entry for Indian visitors in Philippines

first_imgAs per Foreign Service Circular No. 36-12, Indian nationals may be granted a visa-free entry for an initial stay not exceeding 14 days, provided that they possess the following:> Return or onward ticket to the next country of destination;> A national passport valid at least six months, beyond the contemplated stay;> Either a valid U.S., Japanese, Australian, Canadian, Schengen, Singapore or UK visa or permanent resident permit;> No derogatory record with the Bureau of Immigration (BI), the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA), and the International Police (Interpol).The 14-day visa-free entry may be extended by an additional seven days or a maximum of 21 day stay. This policy only applies for those entering the Philippines through the following airports – Ninoy Aquino International Airport 1, 2, and 3 in Manila or Clark International Airport, and admission will be non-convertible to other visa categories  (arriving at any other airport will require a visa).last_img read more