Local Sports Report - December 29, 2021

Plenty of holiday tournaments in basketball, wrestling and swimming.

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BOYS BASKETBALL

East Central Invite - First Round

East Central 58, Boone County (Ky.) 54

Rushville 63, Holmes (Ky.) 58

Championship: East Central 52, Rushville 37

 

 

Richmond Tournament - Consolation Round

Northwood 51, Lawrenceburg 43

7th Place Game: Lawrenceburg 75, Purdue Poly Englewood 36

 

Morristown Tournament - First Round

South Dearborn 66, New Washington 38

  • Reece Willoughby (SD): 20 points

Clinton Prairie 54, South Ripley 49

Consolation Round: South Ripley 64, Randolph Southern 51 - The Raiders will play New Washington on Thursday at 1:00 p.m.

Semifinals: South Dearborn 63, Morristown 38 - The Knights will play Covenant Christian in the championship game on Thursday at 5:00 p.m.

 

North Decatur Tournament 

North Decatur 49, Rising Sun 45

Indianapolis Chatard 48, Centerville 16

Consolation Game: Rising Sun 61, Centerville 40

Championship: Chatard 55, North Decatur 39

 

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Scottsburg Tournament 

5th Place Game: Lawrenceburg 46, Bloomington South 34

Championship: East Central 49, Charlestown 38

 

Triton Central Tournament 

7th Place Game: Elkhart 49, Franklin County 27

5th Place Game: Jac-Cen-Del 51, Northeastern 35

 

SWIMMING

Boys: East Central 60, Oak Hills 42

Girls: Oak Hills 56, East Central 46

Individual winners:

  • Sam Mittermeier - 200 Free
  • Nick Weber - 50 Free, 100 Free
  • Reagan Reany - 100 Fly, 500 Free
  • Skyler Cavins - 100 Fly, 100 Breast
  • Tara Hall - 100 Back
  • EC won 3 of 6 relays.

 

WRESTLING

Madison Cub Classic

Round 1: East Central 66, Corydon Central 17

Round 2: East Central 56, Madison 20

Round 3: East Central 51, Heritage Hills 23

Round 4: East Central 46, Jeffersonville 34

*The Trojans will have five more matches on Thursday. 

 

Warrior Classic

Three Lawrenceburg wrestlers won the championship in their respective weight classes. They are Corbin Walston, Landon Bartlett, and Colton Roth. 

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Events

  • Hillforest House Museum

    Overlooking the Ohio River in Aurora, the beautiful Hillforest Victorian House Museum was built in 1855 for industrialist Thomas Graff. Its unique shape is said to be inspired by steamboats of the 19th century. The site has been operating as a historic house museum since 1956 and is one of 11 National Historic Landmarks in southern Indiana. Hillforest opens for tours today and hosts many special events throughout the season. Overlooking the Ohio River in Aurora, the beautiful Hillforest Victorian House Museum was built in 1855 for industrialist Thomas Graff. Its unique shape is said to be inspired by steamboats of the 19th century. The site has been operating as a historic house museum since 1956 and is one of 11 National Historic Landmarks in southern Indiana. Hillforest open NOW…Tuesday - Friday, 11 AM - 3 PM (last tour begins at 2:15 PM) and Saturday and Sunday, 1 - 5 PM (last tour begins at 4:15 PM). (Closed major holidays). Available for special events and teas!

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  • One Room Schoolhouse Museum

    The One Room Schoolhouse Museum has been completely restored as it was in the 1800's. We are open four tours each Sunday afternoon 2p-4p September and October. It is located 4 miles west of Dillsboro on St. Rd. 62 next to St. John's Lutheran Church (1843) in Farmers Retreat. The historical school and church are both listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Come visit us in Sept./Oct. or by appointment. Please call 812-432-5401 or 812-667-5330. We also entertain 4th grade students for field trips. Teachers please call us at the above phone numbers for more information. This is a beautiful area to take a Fall drive and visit a very Historical Area

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  • Costume Swap at the Dearborn County Recycling Center

    The Dearborn County Recycling Center’s Costume Swap was created as an annual event offering customers the chance to share and reuse costumes that would otherwise only be worn once. Last year over 800 individuals used the program. The program saves money and reduces waste by reusing items that otherwise would only be used once. Over 1,000 costumes for adults and children are available. Masks, wigs, makeup, accessories, treat bags and décor are also available. All available costumes are clean and in good condition, with many being brand new. The sizes of costumes range from infant and toddler to adult sizes. Costume Swap even has a small selection of pet costumes. Participants are asked to bring a costume that is clean, in ready-to-wear condition, and free of rips, tears, and stains. To be considered for exchange, all costumes must also be complete with original items, including masks and accessories that came with the costume originally. Those without a costume to exchange are asked to make a cash donation to the reuse program. Shopping times and the number of guests allowed to shop at a time will be limited. Visit dearborncountyrecycles.com for more information. Participants should be prepared with a donation in case their costume is not accepted. The program does not operate as a charity. Costume Swap is open to everyone; it is not exclusively for Dearborn County residents.

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Ripley Co. Sheriff's Office Gets Help With Purchase of New Patrol Vehicle

The 2021 Chevy Tahoe isbeing used for their small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) program.

Ripley County Community Foundation Welcomes New Intern

The Oldenburg Academy student will intern at the foundation for the first semester of her senior year.

Whites Hill Road to Close Sunday for Bridge Painting on I-74

The closure is expected to last three weeks.

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