Local Sports Report - February 8 & 9

South Ripley and Jac-Cen-Del girls basketball teams saw their great seasons come to a close at the IHSAA regional rounds.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

South Ripley 57, South Dearborn 38 – Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game

Greenfield 58, Franklin County 38

Southwestern 61, Rising Sun 55

Jac-Cen-Del 68, Hauser 61

Switzerland County 70, Shawe Memorial 41

 

 

SWIMMING AND DIVING

IHSAA Girls State Finals Prelims

East Central’s Kyra Hall was the lone southeastern Indiana representative at the IHSAA Girls Swimming & Diving State Finals at IUPUI in Indianapolis. In Friday’s prelims, she placed 27th in the state in the 100 Fly and 26th in the 100 Backstroke. Congratulations Kyra on a great season!

 


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

East Central 69, Batesville 65 overtime – East Central’s Luke Collinsworth dominated inside with 30 points, while Tyler Rohrbacher added 20. Batesville was led by Colt Meyer with 23 points. Robert Raver had 8 points and 10 rebounds. Trey Heidlage scored 17.

Rising Sun 49, Lawrenceburg 41 – Three players scored in double figures for Rising Sun: Noah Pflum 18, Nick Koons 12, and Jacob Bovard 11. Lawrenceburg’s Gavin Yoon played great with 19 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 assists.

Milan 81, South Dearborn 67

Franklin County 51, Switzerland County 45

Oldenburg Academy 59, Indianapolis Scecina 31 – Jake Johnson starred for OA with 21 points, 7 rebounds and 2 assists. Zach Wegman added 12 points and 5 rebounds.

 

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

 

IHSAA 2A Regional – Semi-Final

Evansville Mater Dei 39, South Ripley 23 – South Ripley’s great season comes to an end with an 18-8 record.

 

IHSAA 1A Regional – Semi-Final

University 56, Jac-Cen-Del 40 – Mariah Day had 16 and Abigail Williams scored 11 to lead Jac-Cen-Del, but it wasn’t enough o overcome a great University team. JCD’s successful season ends with a 21-6 record.

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  • One Room Schoolhouse Museum

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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 County Community Foundation Welcomes New Intern

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

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