Local Sports Report - January 25, 2022

South Ripley's girls basketball team took charge of the ORVC, but Switzerland County and JCD still have title hopes.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

South Ripley 34, Jac-Cen-Del 30 - The Lady Raiders extended their winning streak to six games and take the lead at the top of the ORVC standings (4-0). Jac-Cen-Del falls to 4-1 in the ORVC. 

  • Gracie Gunter (SR): 19 points
  • Katelynn Samples (SR): 8 points

Switzerland County 68, Rising Sun 33 - The Lady Pacers keep their ORVC title hopes alive, improving to 4-1 in conference play. 

  • Maddie Duvall (SC): 15 points
  • Jessie Duvall (SC): 15 points
  • Halle Archer (SC): 10 points
  • Jenna Peelman (RS): 15 points

****ORVC Title Scenarios

  • South Ripley wins the conference outright with wins over Southwestern and Switzerland County
  • Switzerland County wins the conference with a win over South Ripley, and a South Ripley loss vs. Southwestern
  • South Ripley and Switzerland County share the ORVC title if South Ripley defeats Southwestern, but loses to Switzerland County
  • A three-way tie with Jac-Cen-Del is possible if South Ripley loses one of their last two games, and the Lady Eagles defeat Southwestern. 

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Franklin County 51, South Dearborn 34

 

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