Local Sports Report - February 5-6, 2021

Girls basketball sectional champions were crowned, and area wrestlers and swimmers advanced in their respective state tournaments.

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Class 4A Sectional 14 at East Central - Semifinals

East Central 68, Martinsville 62 (2OT) - Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game - The Trojans fell behind early and trailed 26-18 at halftime, but they outscored Martinsville 14-6 in the third quarter to even the game. Kyla Maxwell's last second layup swung the momentum in the Trojans favor. Both teams went back-and-forth in the fourth quarter. With less than 10 seconds left in regulation, Josie Trabel stole the ball near midcourt and took it all the way for the go-ahead score. With 4.9 seconds left, Martinsville senior Pa'Shence Walker dribbled the length of the floor and was fouled. She calmly nailed both free throws to send the game to overtime. The Artesians would gain control in the first overtime, but the Trojans battled back with Laney Baker making a last second layup to put the game into double overtime. East Central outscored Martinsville 10-4 in the second overtime to get the dramatic win. Hope Fox led all scorers with 25 points. Josie Trabel added 21 and Kyla Maxwell chipped in with 7. 

Columbus North 52, Bloomington North 26


Class 3A Sectional 29 at Rushville - Semifinals

Lawrenceburg 44, Batesville 33 - The Tigers outscored Batesville 17-5 in the 2nd quarter and 4-0 in the 3rd to take control of the game. Katie Johnson led all scorers with 17 points. 

Rushville 66, Greensburg 52 


Class 2A Sectional 45 at South Ripley - Semifinals

Switzerland County 40, Southwestern (Hanover) 35

South Ripley 64, South Decatur 29 


Class 1A Sectional 60 at Waldron - Semifinals

Jac-Cen-Del 59, Morristown 44

Southwestern (Shelbyville) 68, Rising Sun 35




Class 4A Sectional 14 at East Central - Championship

East Central 38, Columbus North 29 - Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game - East Central led by one point at halftime, then trailed by two going into the fourth quarter before seizing control of the game. Josie Trabel came up big, knocking down seven free throws in crunch time. Julia Tiemann had seven points, and Hope Fox and Laney Baker added six each to power the Trojans to their second-consecutive sectional championship. The Trojans will play Bedford North Lawrence in the first round of regional play on Saturday, February 13. The game will be played at Bedford North Lawrence at 10 AM. 


Class 3A Sectional 29 at Rushville - Championship 

Rushville 47, Lawrenceburg 26 - The Tigers struggled from the floor, shooting 10-31. Lizzie Redar led the Tigers with 14 points. Kierah Lowe added six for Lawrenceburg. The Tigers finish the season 13-9. 


Class 2A Sectional 45 at South Ripley - Championship

South Ripley 42, Switzerland County 26 - Rachel Meyer had 14 points. Janire San Miguel added 10 points for the Raiders. Switzerland County's season comes to an end with an 18-6 record. South Ripley will play Eastern at the Crawford County Regional on Saturday at 10 AM.


Class 1A Sectional 60 at Waldron - Championship 

Southwestern (Shelbyville) 52, Jac-Cen-Del 48 - Annabelle Williams and Anna Hubbard had 11 points each for the Eagles. Southwestern did a great job defensively on Paige Ledford, holding the Eagles start to only four points. JCD's streak of sectional championship wins ends at 12. 



Columbus North 51, East Central 41

Greensburg 73, Jac-Cen-Del 45

Lawrenceburg 39, Milan 34

Madison 64, Batesville 61 - OT

Oldenburg Academy 46, Triton Central 45 

South Ripley 68, Franklin 50 

Rising Sun 48, Switzerland County 44 



IHSAA Regional at Richmond

Team Scores: 

  1. East Central 218
  2. Centerville 93.5
  3. South Dearborn 67.5

Individual winners include: 

  • 126 - Blake Wolf - East Central 
  • 138 - Corbin Walston - Lawrenceburg
  • 145 - Eli Otto - South Dearborn
  • 152 - Ben Wolf - East Central 
  • 160 - David Nash - East Central
  • 170 - Bryer Hall - East Central 
  • 195 - Ryan Bovard - East Central 
  • 220 - Kole Viel - East Central

Local wrestlers advancing to semi-state: Caleb Prozanski (Milan), Javier Payne (LB), Evan Seal (FC), Adam Crouch (FC), Carson Whitehead (EC), Dylan Lengerich (EC), Isaiah Otto (SD), Ashton Myers (Milan), Rider Searcy (EC), Charlie Euson (EC), Josh Mobley (Batesville), Kenneth McGill (SD), Jacob Weigel (Batesville), Same Ringer (EC), Noah Rowlett (LB), Chase Emmert (SD), Alex Kemper (SD), and Austin Cox (EC). 



IHSAA Sectional at Columbus North 

Team Scores:

  1. Bloomington South 458.5
  2. Bloomington North 357
  3. Columbus North 307
  4. Columbus East 230
  5. East Central 203
  6. Greensburg 193
  7. Milan 129
  8. South Dearborn 95
  9. South Ripley 66
  10. Rising Sun 58
  11. Lawrenceburg 57.5
  12. Batesville 50
  13. Edgewood 38
  14. Oldenburg Academy 1

EC Finalist

  • Natalie South - 1 Meter Diving 
  • Kyra Hall - 100 Butterfly; 100 Back
  • Tara Hall - 100 Back 
  • Samantha Mittermeier, Caroline Walters, Tara Hall, Kyra Hall - 400 Freestyle Relay

SD Finalists 

  • Holly Kramer - 500 Free  

Batesville Finalist


  • Senior Sonja Gaulin — 50 Free (27.83, 13th); 100 Free (1:04.24, 16th)
  • Senior Paige Oldham — 50 Free (27.95, 14th); 100 Free (1:02.62, 15th)
  • Junior Maria Lopez — 100 Fly (1:12.25, 13th)
  • 200 Freestyle Relay (1:56.11, 8th) — Gaulin, Lopez, Isabelle Wonnell (Fr), Oldham
  • 400 Freestyle Relay (4:24.79, 10th) — Gaulin, Lopez, Claire Sunderman (Jr), Oldham

Full results at www.ihsaa.org


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