Local Sports Report - April 23

East Central softball's Natalie Schnell collected 5 RBI in a Trojans win Tuesday.

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BASEBALL

Lawrenceburg 10, Union County 6

Shelbyville 1, East Central 0

Milan 6, Batesville 0 – Milan’s Colton Reathford hit a home run. Quinn Werner had Batesville’s only hit.

Southwestern 15, Jac-Cen-Del 1 – JCD was limited to 3 hits.

 

SOFTBALL

Union County 24, Lawrenceburg 6

East Central 10, Rushville 0 – EC slugger Natalie Schnell went 3-for-3 with a home run, a double, 5 RBI and 2 runs scored. Starting pitcher Lindsay Henson pitched all 5.0 innings with 8 strikeouts, a hit, 4 walks, and no runs.

South Dearborn 3, Rising Sun 0

Connersville 14, Batesville 8

Greensburg 11, Franklin County 0

North Decatur 13, Milan 11 – Hailey Smith, Courtney Bruns and Erin Widener each had a pair of RBIs for Milan. Taryn Cline had two doubles, an RBI and a run scored.

Oldenburg Academy 13, Shawe Memorial 2

 

BOYS GOLF

Greensburg defeated East Central 167-190 on Tuesday.

 

GIRLS TENNIS

East Central 5, South Dearborn 0

 

TRACK & FIELD

East Central girls won a tri-meet over Columbus North and Shelbyville on Tuesday. The EC boys placed second behind Columbus North.

 

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