Local Sports Report - December 20 & 21

East Central scored a sweep of Batesville in a girls/boys doubleheader on Saturday night.

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20

BOYS BASKETBALL

Lawrenceburg 48, Rushville 46 

Connersville 74, South Dearborn 50

Jac-Cen-Del 68, Southwestern (Hanover) 60 

New Washington 51, Rising Sun 44

Indianapolis Chatard 78, Oldenburg Academy 54

Trinity Lutheran 55, Switzerland County 53

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

South Dearborn 30, Connersville 23

Greensburg 68, Batesville 34

 

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21

BOYS BASKETBALL

East Central 73, Batesville 60 - Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game - East Central came out firing, getting off to a 13-0 lead. Batesville battled back to get the lead but the Trojans were too strong offensively, led by Trevor Becker with 22 points. A.J. Messmore added 21 points and Logan Rohrbacher had 15 for the Trojans. Batesville's Colt Meyer led all scorers with 24 points. 

Oldenburg Academy 45, Rising Sun 31

Greensburg 50, Franklin County 39

South Decatur 76, South Ripley 75 - OT

Trinity Lutheran 53, Jac-Cen-Del 50

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

East Central 62, Batesville 41 - Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game -  The Lady Trojans got off to a quick start and never looked back. Josie Trabel led all scorers with 24 points. Brilan McCory had a double-double with 17 points and 10 assists. Hope Fox added 13 points, including two three-pointers.  

Lawrenceburg 54, Rushville 49 - Lawrenceburg improves to 12-0. Juliana Kemper led the way with 16 points and 8 rebounds. Chloe Meyer added 12 points and Tristyn Dennis had 10 for the Lady Tigers. 

Morristown 46, Milan 38

Trinity Luther 64, Oldenburg Academy 31

Greensburg 67, South Ripley 31

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