Local Sports Report - May 20, 2021

The girls tennis sectional championship at SD is set and area boys competed at the track & field sectional.

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BASEBALL

South Dearborn 5, Batesville 2 - The Knights (9-4) move to within one game of Batesville (10-3) at the top of the EIAC standings.

  • SD: Reece Willoughby, Ryan Wynn - 2 RBI each 
  • SD: Ryan Willoughby - 7 IP (W), 5 hits, ER, 5 K's

East Central 28, Lawrenceburg 0 

Rising Sun 3, South Ripley 2 (8 innings) - The Shiners improve to 7-4 (4th place) in the ORVC, while South Ripley falls to 8-3 (2nd place)

  • RS: Payton Creech, Ashton McCarty, Johnathan Jimenez - RBI each
  • RS: Landon Cole - 7 IP (W), 6 hits, ER, 4 K's
  • SR: Brady Linkel - 7.1 IP (L), 8 hits, 2 ER, 16 K's 

Union County 15, Milan 5 

Franklin County 11, Rushville 8 - The Wildcats move to 10-4 in the EIAC (2nd place).

 

SOFTBALL

Rising Sun 5, South Ripley 4 - The Lady Shiners remain in first place in the ORVC at 11-1 in conference play.

Jennings County 1, South Dearborn 0 

Lawrenceburg 10, Batesville 0 

  • LB: Brooklyn Couch - 3-3, 3 RBI
  • LB: Rylee Held - 5 IP (W), 3 hits

 

GIRLS TENNIS

IHSAA Sectional 16 at South Dearborn

Lawrenceburg 5, Milan 0 

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Oldenburg Academy 3, East Central 2 - The Lady Trojans finish the season 17-2. #1 Singles Heidi Kane advanced to the individual regional. 

*Lawrenceburg and Oldenburg Academy will play in the Sectional Championship on Saturday at 10:00 a.m.

 

BOYS TRACK & FIELD

IHSAA Sectional at East Central 

  1. Batesville 150
  2. East Central 129
  3. Franklin County 101
  4. Greensburg, Milan 42
  5. Lawrenceburg 36
  6. South Dearborn 30
  7. Oldenburg Academy 27
  8. Rising Sun 24
  9. South Ripley 14
  10. Jac-Cen-Del 10
  11. North Decatur 12
  12. South Decatur 2

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