Local Sports Report - December 10-11, 2021

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10 

BOYS BASKETBALL

Lawrenceburg 43, Batesville 24

Madison 47, South Dearborn 41

Franklin County 54, Rushville 42

Switzerland County 56, Rising Sun 52

  • Cam Craig (SC): 18 points
  • Ben Hicks (SC): 14 points

Jennings County 64, East Central 19

South Decatur 77, Milan 62

  • Hunter Johnson (SD): 39 points

Jac-Cen-Del 70, North Decatur 58

Seton Catholic 72, Oldenburg Academy 42

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11

BOYS BASKETBALL

South Dearborn 48, Harrison (Oh.) 38 

Franklin County 62, South Ripley 38

East Central 64, Oldenburg Academy 26

Lawrenceburg 60, Switzerland County 51

Southwestern (Hanover) 68, Batesville 52

Monrovia 56, Milan 50

Richmond 62, Jac-Cen-Del 57

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Franklin County 32, South Ripley 29

  • Gracie Gunter, Rachel Meyer (SR): 8 points each

Switzerland County 56, Shawe Memorial 19

Lawrenceburg 47, Connersville 36

Jac-Cen-Del 58, Morristown 28

Hauser 69, South Dearborn 61

  • Kiersten Dixon (SD): 13 points
  • Jillian Bond (SD): 12 points
  • Bernadette Wismann (SD): 10 points

 

SWIMMING

 

East Central Relay Invitational

Girls: Greenwood 76, EC 66, Connersville 58, New Pal 46, Rising Sun 26

 

Boys:

EC 94, Greenwood 74, New Pal 64, Connersville 28, Rising Sun 12

 

Relay winners include:

Boys 200 Medley Relay (Krider, Strotman F, Wagner, Weber)

Girls 100 Free Relay(Mittermeier, Bruner, Hall, Reany)

Boys 100 Free Relay(Ketcham, Rullman, Doll Mi, Ketchem)

Boys 1000 Free Relay (Wilson, Cummins)

Girls 375 Free Relay (Maxwell, Reany, Mittermeier, Hall)

Boys 375 Free Relay (Rullman, Strotman H, Krider, Ketchem)

Girls 200 Free Relay (Mittermeier, Reany, Bruner, Hall)

Boys 150 Back Relay (Bley, Krider, Weber)

Boys 150 Breast Relay (Cavins, Bessler, Strotman)

Girls 400 Free Relay (Maxwell, Brennen, Dole, Hafertepen)

Boys 400 Free Relay (Strotman H, Cummins, Doll Mi, Weber)

 

South Dearborn Invitational 

Girls: Ryle 416, Oak Hill, 267, Milan 152, Lawrenceburg 110, South Dearborn 104, Wilmington 88, Oldenburg 37

Boys: Ryle 278, Oak Hills 227, Milan 179, LaSalle 165, Oldenburg 74, South Dearborn 62, Wilmington 29, Lawrenceburg 28

  • Ariel Haessig 3rd in 100 Backstroke
  • Dylan Thomas 2nd in 200 IM, 1st place winner for 100 Breaststroke
  • Adam Volz 3rd in 100 Back
  • 200 Medley Relay:  Milan finished 3rd in Mens and Womens
  • 400 Freestyle Relay:  Milan finished 3rd in Women and 4th in Men

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