Local Sports Report - May 16

East Central boys track and field won their sixth straight team sectional championship Thursday.

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BASEBALL

East Central 9, Lawrenceburg 2 – Jared Riehle led East Central in going 2-for-3 with a double, 2 RBI, and 2 runs scored. EC starter Gunnar Seig earned the win with 6 Ks over 5 innings while only surrendering 5 hits, 4 walks and 2 earned runs.

 

 

SOFTBALL

South Dearborn 5, Jennings County 1 – SD’s Chayse Hoskins was 2-for-3 with a double and 2 RBI. Jessi Matthews and Alexis Dittmer also knocked in runs. Graci Cornett pitched great in 7 innings of work with 6 strikeouts, 4 hits, 2 walks, and an earned run.

Trinity Lutheran 7, South Ripley 0

Oldenburg Academy 5, Jac-Cen-Del 3

Madison 11, Switzerland County 3

 

 

TRACK & FIELD

IHSAA Boys Track & Field Sectional at East Central

Just as the East Central girls track team did a couple nights earlier, the Trojans boys team repeated as champions at the IHSAA Boys Track & Field Sectional on Thursday on their home field. This marks six straight sectional titles for EC boys. The Trojans tallied 164 points at the 13-team meet. Batesville was second with 118.5 and Franklin County was third with 74.50.

Local sectional champions in individual events:

100 Meter Dash – Alex Hornbach, East Central, 11.22

200 Meeter Dash – Alex Hornbach, East Central, 22.80

400 Meter Dash – Matthew Riehle, Milan, 50.13

800 Meter Run – Adam Moster, Batesville, 1:58.25

1600 Meter Run – Joshua Myers, Batesville, 4:39.55

3200 Meter Run – Ean Loichinger, 10:21.25

110 Meter Hurdles – Malachi Studer, East Central, 15.10

300 Meter Hurdles – Chase Ludwig, East Central, 41.21

4x100 Meter Relay – East Central’s Erik Perkins, Chase Ludwig, Keiton Goeldner, and Alex Hornbach, 43.60 (new sectional record)

4x400 Meter Relay – East Central’s Alex Hornbach, Clayton Deitsch, Erik Perkins, and Chase Ludwig, 3:30.94

4x800 Meter Relay – Batesville’s Kames Kuisel, Johnathan Lynch, Benjamin Moster, Adam Moster, 8:39.65

High Jump – Malachi Studer, East Central, 6’4”

Pole Vault – Austin Boggs, South Dearborn, 13’8”

Long Jump – Jacob Schatzle, Franklin County, 21’5.5”

Shot Put – Leo Maxwell, East Central, 51’0”

Discus Throw – Mike Medlock, East Central, 148’3”

View full meet results at http://www.stuartroadracing.com/track/2019-5-16%20East%20Central%20Boys%20IHSAA%20Sectional%2024%20Results.htm.

 

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