Local Sports Report - January 18 & 19

A good portion of the weekend sports schedule was wiped out by winter weather.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 18

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

Batesville 72, Franklin County 35 – Four Batesville players scored in double figures: Austin Siefert 18, Charlie Dice 15, RJ Powell 10, and Trey Heidlage 10. Bridger Bolos led FC with 8 points.

Switzerland County 54, Rising Sun 45 – Tyler Konkle paced the Pacers with 24 points while Damian Breeck had 23. Rising Sun’s Nick Koons was a bright spot scoring 15.

Milan 75, South Ripley 59

Oldenburg Academy 46, Indianapolis Lutheran 37 – OA’s Jake Johnson had a big double-double with 19 points, 14 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals. Andrew Oesterling posted 15 points and 2 steals.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Triton Central 68, Lawrenceburg 58 – Lawrenceburg star Juliana Kemper scored 18 points.

South Ripley 54, Milan 40 – Milan’s Cionna Bailey scored 11 points and 8 rebounds.

 

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 19

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Greensburg 53, Batesville 44

 

SWIMMING & DIVING

Southwestern girls go 4-0 in a five-team dual meet. Lady Rebels defeat Henryville 94-31, Scottsburg 83-68, South Ripley 94-53 and Switzerland Co. 79-66. Southwestern boys also go 4-0 with wins over South Ripley 64-8, Scottsburg 60-27, Henryville 64-34 and Switzerland Co. 60-12. Switzerland Co. girls go 2-2 with wins over Henryville 89-35 and South Ripley 84-64. Lady Pacers lost to Southwestern and Scottsburg 80-70. Switzerland Co. boys were 0-3-1 with their tie against South Ripley 12-12, Pacers falls to Scottsburg 32-12, Henryville 49-12 and Southwestern.  

 

WRESTLING

South Dearborn Knight Classic

Just like they did at the EIAC Tournament last week, East Central claimed first at the Knights Classic in Aurora on Saturday. East Central had six weight class champions and five runners-up. Batesville placed third.

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  • East Central High School Club Swim Team

    The East Central Aqua Trojans Swim Team is for all levels of kids ages 5-18 (must be able to swim unassisted one full length of the pool.) You will learn strokes, entries, turns, and improve your endurance as well as have the experience of competing as part of America's Swim Team. ECST is a USA Swimming Organization. What does that mean? It means that you are on the same team as 300,000 other swimmers nationwide. When Registering please bring a copy of your child's birth certificate.

    at East Central High School
  • Pound Class

    PoundFit with SamK ~ Cardio inspired by drumming! Burn calories, tone muscles and build strength all while moving to the beat of the music!! This 45 minute jam session will change your life!! All you need to bring is water, a yoga mat if you have one and $5! Every Wednesday 6pm at Heritage Hall and every Friday at 6:00 p.m. at Rising Sun Church of Christ (this location may sometimes change due to church functions).

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  • Strengthening Families Program For Parents and Youth 10-14

    Strengthening Families focuses on family skills taught in group sessions to increase family strengths. The program builds on improving family relationships, parenting skills and improving youth's social and life skills.

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United Way Of Franklin Co. Accepting Live United Scholarship Applications

To be eligible, students must reside in Franklin County.

Patching Begins Monday On SR 1 In Dearborn County

Portions of State Road 1 will be repatched in a project which will last about two weeks.

Night Work Starts Monday On US 50 In Aurora, Lawrenceburg

INDOT says working at night should help alleviate heavy traffic problems on U.S. 50 in Aurora and Lawrenceburg.

Local Sports Report - April 17

South Dearborn baseball's Reese Willoughby and Jace Leonard shut out Greensburg Wednesday.

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Local Sports Report - April 16

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