Local Sports Report - April 13, 2021

Lawrenceburg takes down SD in baseball, a Tigers JV pitcher throws a no-hitter, and South Ripley's Brady Linkel nearly sets a school record.

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Lawrenceburg 13, South Dearborn 4

*Note: JV Tigers def. SD 15-0 behind a no-hitter from Evan Lohmiller. 

Columbus North 6, Batesville 2 - Sam Voegele and Riley Zink knocked in runs for the Bulldogs. 

South Ripley 6, Switzerland County 0 - Raiders pitcher Brady Linkel struck out 18 batters, falling one strikeout short of tying the school record. 



New Palestine 8, East Central 1



East Central 4, Batesville 1 

Connersville 5, South Dearborn 0 -  The winner of the sportsmanship award was Baileigh Lack And the winner of the toughness award was Annie Brown.



Boys: East Central 74.5, Jennings County 62.5, Greensburg 30

Girls: East Central 92, Greensburg 52, Jennings County 29




East Central 183, Connersville 188 - Connersville's Jonah Graham was the medalist with a 39. 

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