The WRBI Area High School Football Friday Games for Week #4 (9-12).On Country 103.9 WRBI, The Batesville Bulldogs will be traveling to Rushville to battle The Lions in EIAC Play. Kickoff at The Lions Den will be at 7 PM. Bob Heidlage and Jeff Miller will have the call of all the exciting action.On WRBIRADIO.COM, The East Central Trojans will be hosting The Franklin County Wildcats. It is Pee Wee Football Night at St. Leon. Kickoff at Trojan Field will be at 7 PM. Jerry Stenger and Caz Burdette will have the call of all the exciting action.WRBI’s Countdown To Kickoff will be at 6.We will keep you up with the other area games going on tonight.Milan at Eastern HancockGreensburg at South DearbornSouth Dearborn at ConnersvilleNorth Decatur hosts KnightstownSouth Decatur at EdinburghOldenburg will be at St. Bernard’s/Elmwood on Saturday kicking off at 7 PM @ Roger Bacon High School.Indiana Sports Talk with Bob Lovell follows on WRBI.
England’s Annabel Dimmock has had to pull out of the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China, because of a back injury. Although the 17-year-old Curtis Cup player is unable to compete she will be on hand to support her golfing teammate, Scotland’s Bob MacIntyre. He tees off tomorrow in the first round of the men’s individual event. Team GB Chef de Mission Sarah Winckless said: “It is always when a disappointment when an athlete cannot perform because of an injury. Annabel continues to be an important member of this Youth Olympic Games team, and I want to wish her a speedy recovery back onto the golf course.” Golf is returning to Olympic competition for the first time in over 100 years and will be represented at the Rio Games in 2016. Annabel, 17, from Wentworth, is ranked in the world’s top 25 women amateurs and represented GB&I in this summer’s Curtis Cup match. Earlier this season she won the Helen Holm Scottish open stroke play title. Bob MacIntyre, also 17, was twice a national champion in 2013, winning the Scottish Youths and the Scottish Boys’ Stroke Play. The Oban left-hander was then part of GB&I’s victorious Jacques Leglise team, before continuing his form this year with victory in the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters. Caption: Annabel Dimmock and Bob MacIntyre in practice in Nanjing. 18 Aug 2014 Injury rules Annabel out of Youth Olympics