Thankfully, Wolfhard’s Stranger Things co-star Natalia Dyer (aka Nancy Wheeler) was side-stage to watch the action unfold, and posted some photos of the feel-good sit-in. Check them out below, via Dyer’s Instagram: Cooking up something good, full cover. By @Msldemarco pic.twitter.com/lo1HcegHux— Finn Wolfhard (@FinnSkata) December 10, 2016DeMarco commented on being covered by the young actor/budding musician in an interview with Pitchfork earlier this year, noting “You know, I liked it and thought that it was great. I have texted with him a little bit, and he’s a really nice dude. It’s pretty wild. I like the show, too. He’s so young!”Over the course of those texts, DeMarco must have invited Wolfhard to join him at a show, because during his performance at Atlanta’s The Tabernacle on Saturday, the This Old Dog rocker invited the young actor onstage to “jam,” even putting him on his shoulders while he played. Is there anything this kid can’t do?[h/t – Pitchfork] Child actor Finn Wolfhard has had a big year. The 14-year-old Canadian turned heads in the role of Mike Wheeler, the fearless leader of the rag-tag A/V club gang in hit Netflix sic-fi/thriller series Stranger Things. He will also star in the upcoming remake of Stephen King‘s It, due out this fall. But while Finn is already a successful actor at a very young age, he’s only just scratched the surface of his diverse ambitions in the entertainment industry: he’s also a guitarist, as the world learned last summer when he began to post self-made videos of him playing popular songs on guitar to his Twitter feed, including covers of Nirvana‘s “Lithium,” and Mac DeMarco‘s “Salad Days.”Early morning Lithium! pic.twitter.com/qmIRnaO3y5— Finn Wolfhard (@FinnSkata) August 14, 2016
The Batesville 7th Grade improved to 4-0 with a victory over Franklin County. The Dogs started off a little slow leading at the half 16-12. Batesville came out ready to go in the 2nd half, led by Cade Kaiser who gave an instant energy boost, he was extremely active on both sides of the court. Batesville continued with solid energy and effort the rest of the game that led them to a 42-22 victory. Batesville was led in scoring by Jacob Stenger with 19 points, followed by Cade Kaiser with 13. Will Jaisle 6 points, Jake Chapman 3 points, and Gage Pohlman with 1. The 8th Grade won a close one at Franklin County by a score of 30-28. Franklin County played very physical and with a lot of energy to keep the game close all night. The Bulldogs struggled most of the night offensively but ultimately got enough stops defensively to win the game. Chris Lewis and Jack Grunkemeyer led the way with 7 points apiece, followed by Sam Johnson (6), Conner Drake (4), Gus Prickel (2), Carter Bohman (2), and Deacon Hamilton (2). Batesville moves to 4-0 on the season heading into the holidays.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Tyler Burcham.