Local Sports Report - February 12-13, 2021

Cody Samples breaks the all-time scoring record at South Ripley, six area wrestlers qualify for State, two girls basketball teams compete at the Regional, and EC's Kyra Hall swims at State.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12

BOYS BASKETBALL

South Ripley 72, South Dearborn 50 (Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game) - The Raiders spoiled SD's homecoming night, controlling the game from the tip, and jumping out to a 22-9 lead at the end of the first quarter. It was a historic first quarter too, as Raiders senior Cody Samples made his first two baskets, including a 3-pointer that broke the all-time scoring record at South Ripley. The record had stood since 1978. Samples finished the game with 19 points, but it was Jaden Peetz who earned Star of the Game finishing the game with five dunks and 25 points. South Dearborn was led by Eli Hoffman with 18 points. Tanner Hughes was named Homecoming King. Megan Howell is Queen. 

Batesville 64, Rushville 47

Jac-Cen-Del 81, Hauser 29 

Southwester (Hanover) 89, Rising Sun 52

Switzerland County 55, Shawe Memorial 21

Greenfield-Central 56, Franklin County 53

 

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13

BOYS BASKETBALL

East Central 46, Batesville 35 

Lawrenceburg 64, Rising Sun 50 - The Tigers were led to victory by Logan Scalf and Reece Denning on their Senior Night. Scalf had a career-high 10 points and Denning added 12 points. Dahya Patel and Jackson Bobo also finished in double-figures with 12 and 10 points, respectively. Rising Sun was led in scoring by Landon Cole with 18 points. Chris Bowne chipped in with 6. 

Milan 66, South Dearborn 45

Oldenburg Academy 50, Christian Academy 44

Henryville 56, Switzerland County 32

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Class 4A Regional at Bedford North Lawrence

#3 Bedford North Lawrence 51, #9 East Central 50 - The Lady Trojans' season comes to an end with a record of 19-5. 

 

Class 2A Regional at Crawford County 

Eastern (Pekin) 56, South Ripley 45 - The Lady Raiders finish the season 17-6. 

 

WRESTLING

IHSAA Semi-State at New Castle

Six area wrestlers advanced to State:

126 - Blake Wolf (EC) - 3rd 

  • Champ. Round 1 - Blake Wolf (East Central) 28-2 won by fall over Caden Alfrey (Triton Central) 28-8 (Fall 4:41)
  • Quarterfinal - Blake Wolf (East Central) 28-2 won by fall over Luke Farling (Carmel) 25-9 (Fall 0:49)
  • Semifinal - Bryce Lowery (Roncalli) 36-2 won by decision over Blake Wolf (East Central) 28-2 (Dec 9-7)
  • 3rd Place Match - Blake Wolf (East Central) 28-2 won by fall over Elijah Anthony (Frankfort) 20-2 (Fall 4:06

145 - Eli Otto (SD) - 3rd

  • Champ. Round 1 - Eli Otto (South Dearborn) 35-3 won by major decision over Cayden Shelton (Franklin Central) 24-16 (MD 8-0)
  • Quarterfinal - Eli Otto (South Dearborn) 35-3 won by major decision over Jake Lemieux (Hamilton Southeastern) 15-7 (MD 9-1)
  • Semifinal - Brady McKivitz (Perry Meridian) 28-7 won by decision over Eli Otto (South Dearborn) 35-3 (Dec 7-2)
  • 3rd Place Match - Eli Otto (South Dearborn) 35-3 won in tie breaker - 1 over Max Naselroad (Alexandria Monroe) 30-2 (TB-1 3-1)

152 - Ben Wolf (EC) - 3rd

  • Champ. Round 1 - Ben Wolf (East Central) 26-4 won by major decision over Andrew Stuck (Roncalli) 21-15 (MD 13-0)
  • Quarterfinal - Ben Wolf (East Central) 26-4 won by major decision over Chase Wagner (Zionsville) 13-10 (MD 11-2)
  • Semifinal - Jajuan Anderson (Warren Central) 32-0 won by fall over Ben Wolf (East Central) 26-4 (Fall 1:28)
  • 3rd Place Match - Ben Wolf (East Central) 26-4 won by decision over Avery Wills (Eastern Hancock) 30-11 (Dec 7-4)

170 - Bryer Hall (EC) - 1st

  • Champ. Round 1 - Bryer Hall (East Central) 30-0 won by fall over Haiden Rose (Mt. Vernon (Fortville)) 20-12 (Fall 1:19)
  • Quarterfinal - Bryer Hall (East Central) 30-0 won by fall over Ryan Cast (Hamilton Southeastern) 21-9 (Fall 2:15)
  • Semifinal - Bryer Hall (East Central) 30-0 won by decision over Ulrik Urasky (Indianapolis Cathedral) 24-3 (Dec 13-6)
  • 1st Place Match - Bryer Hall (East Central) 30-0 won by major decision over Shane Bates (Zionsville) 26-6 (MD 16-5)

195 - Ryan Bovard (EC) - 4th

  • Champ. Round 1 - Ryan Bovard (East Central) 24-6 won by decision over Austin Hastings (Noblesville) 14-12 (Dec 7-5)
  • Quarterfinal - Ryan Bovard (East Central) 24-6 won by decision over Richard Clevenger (New Palestine) 26-6 (Dec 8-7)
  • Semifinal - Johnny Parker (Indianapolis Cathedral) 25-4 won by major decision over Ryan Bovard (East Central) 24-6 (MD 17-6)
  • 3rd Place Match - Max Broom (Hamilton Southeastern) 30-5 won by fall over Ryan Bovard (East Central) 24-6 (Fall 1:24)

220 - Kole Viel - 4th

  • Champ. Round 1 - Kole Viel (East Central) 26-3 won by fall over Devin Dudley (Hamilton Southeastern) 23-11 (Fall 3:15)
  • Quarterfinal - Kole Viel (East Central) 26-3 won by fall over Chase Lovell (Elwood Community) 25-2 (Fall 2:45)
  • Semifinal - Jeffrey McClure (Perry Meridian) 29-6 won by fall over Kole Viel (East Central) 26-3 (Fall 4:26)
  • 3rd Place Match - Aataeveon Jordan (Franklin Central) 29-5 won by decision over Kole Viel (East Central) 26-3 (Dec 7-6)

 

SWIMMING & DIVING

2021 IHSAA Girls Swimming & Diving Championship

East Central's Kyra Hall placed 13th in the 100 Yard Backstroke. 

 

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