Local Sports Report - December 27 & 28

Several boys and girls basketball teams from SEI competed in holiday tournaments over the weekend.

Please report missing scores and statistics to 888-537-9724 or email news@eaglecountryonline.com.

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27

BOYS BASKETBALL 

Bedford North Lawrence Tournament (Pool Play)

Milan 73, Bedford North Lawrence 67

University 56, Milan 45

 

Edinburgh Tournament (Pool Play)

Jac-Cen-Del 61, Edinburgh 45 

Jac-Cen-Del 49, Indianapolis Lutheran 48

 

Forest Park Tournament - (Pool Play)

East Central 67, Mount Vernon (Posey) 60 - Logan Rohrbacher led the way with 22 points. Luke Collinsworth added 15 for the Trojans. 

Semifinals: East Central 53, Northeast Dubois 48 - The Trojans had three scorers in double figures: A.J. Messmore (16), Logan Rorhbacher (15), Luke Collinsworth (14).

 

Jefferson County Classic - (Pool Play)

Switzerland County 54, Southwestern 38

Morristown 66, Switzerland County 59

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

East Central Tournament - (Pool Play)

East Central 49, Hamilton Heights 41

East Central 69, Shelbyville 36

 

Lebanon Classic 

Lebanon 50, South Dearborn 21

 

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28

BOYS BASKETBALL

Bedford North Lawrence Tournament - (Pool Play) 

Milan 57, Evansville Harrison 54 

3rd Place Game: Bloomington North 78, Milan 42 - Milan ends the tournament in fourth place with a 2-2 record. 

 

Edinburgh Tournament - Championship Game

South Decatur 94, Jac-Cen-Del 66

 

Forest Park Tournament - Championship Game

Christian Academy 63, East Central 53

 

Jefferson County Classic - Championship Game

Madison 61, Switzerland County 57

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

East Central Tournament 

East Central 55, Seymour 35

Championship Game: East Central 49, Danville 38

 

Lebanon Classic - Consolation Game

Franklin County 43, South Dearborn 40

 

Crothersville Tournament 

Morristown 52, Rising Sun 25

Consolation Game: Rising Sun 59, Indianapolis Scecina 21

 

Franklin Tournament

Franklin 58, Batesville 40

Consolation Game: Terre Haute North 63, Batesville 52

 

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