Local Sports Report - May 14

East Central repeated as IHSAA Girls Track & Field Sectional champions Tuesday.

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SOFTBALL

Greensburg 10, Lawrenceburg 0

South Dearborn 18, Madison 1 – South Dearborn exploded for 18 hits in the victory. Abby Hensley starred with 2 hits and 4 RBI. Graci Cornett hit a home run and a double in recording 3 RBI. Cornett also started the game and struck out 7 hitters while surrendering just 2 hits in 5 innings of work.

East Central 6, Franklin County 5

Milan 6, Batesville 4 – Erin Widener did it all for Milan. She started the game and threw all 7 innings with 5 strikeouts, 8 hits, a walk, and 3 earned runs. Widener also hit a double with 3 RBI. Courtney Bruns added a solo homer and 2 runs for Milan. Taryn Cline was 2-for-4 with 2 RBI and a run scored.

Rising Sun 13, Southwestern 0 – Rising Sun amassed 15 hits in the runaway win. Sydney Bostic and Cora Poling each had a home run, 2 RBI and 3 runs. Lindsay Montgomery had a triple and 3 RBI. Emma Levi went 3-for-3 with 2 RBI and a run scored. Bostic had 6 Ks in 5 innings to earn the win.

 

 

TRACK & FIELD

 

IHSAA Girls Track & Field Sectional at Franklin County

East Central repeated as IHSAA sectional champions on Tuesday. EC’s 177 points bested second-place Batesville’s 92 and third-place Franklin County’s 87 at the 13-team meet.

East Central individual sectional champions included:

100 Meter Dash – Eva Grimm, 12.37

200 Meter Dash – Eva Grimm, 25.66 (new sectional record)

400 Meter Dash – Ellie Lengerich, 1:00.71

800 Meter Run – Lily Greiwe, 2:23.32

4x100 Meter Relay – Brianna Lobenstein, Alicia Rosemeyer, Emma Fey and Eva Grimm, 49.88

4x400 Meter Relay – Eva Grimm, Ellie Lengerich, Lily Greiwe, and Emma Fey, 4:04.99 (new sectional record)

4x800 Meter Relay – Lily Greiwe, Emilee Wedding, Ellie LEngerich and Emma Fey, 9:49.78

High Jump – Ellie Lengerich, 5’2”

Discus Throw – Logan Cox, 122’10”

South Ripley senior Megan Cole was the champion in the 3200 meter run at 11:23.65.

Other local winners included South Dearborn’s Eva Quinlan in the 100 meter hurdles (15.58) and 300 meter hurdles (46.36), Franklin County’s Anna Schatzle in the pole vault at 10’3”, and Franklin County’s Ashlin Hill in the long jump at 17’1.75”.

Find full sectional meet results at http://www.stuartroadracing.com/track/2019-5-14%20Franklin%20County%20Girls%20IHSAA%20Sectional%2024%20Results.htm.

 

IHSAA Girls Track & Field Sectional at Jeffersonville

Switzerland County’s girls placed third at the IHSAA Girls Track & Field Sectional at Jeffersonville on Tuesday. Switzerland Co. advances four including sectional champions Leah Anders in the 800 meter run and Aleiah Thomas in the high jump. View full meet results at https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/382540/teamscores.

 

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