Local Sports Report - May 7-8, 2021

Scores from baseball, softball and boys golf.

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FRIDAY, MAY 7 

BASEBALL

Rising Sun 12, Switzerland County 7 - Landon Cole went 3-4 with a home run and 4 RBIs to power the Shiners. Payton Creech added 3 RBIs for Rising Sun. Austin Bosaw starred for the Pacers with 2 hits and 4 RBIs. 

Jac-Cen-Del 11, Southwestern (Hanover) 10

 

SOFTBALL

Switzerland County 5, Rising Sun 3 - The Lady Pacers improved to 10-2 on the season behind a 4 RBI performance from Lily Sparks. She also tossed seven innings, striking out 11. Ella Eldridge and Cora Poling knocked in runs for the Shiners. 

Jac-Cen-Del 12, Southwestern (Hanover) 5 

Rushville 11, Batesville 10 - Sara Ripperger and Kylie Laker had 3 RBIs each for the Lady Bulldogs. 

 

 

SATURDAY, MAY 8

BASEBALL

South Dearborn 19, Bloomington North 5 - Corbin McHenry led the way with 2 hits and 4 RBIs. Dalton Hatfield, Hunter Hatfield, Reese Willoughby,  and Ryan Willoughby all had multiple hits for the Knights. 

Bloomington North 7, South Dearborn 3 - In game two, Nolan McLane and Dylan Wynn knocked in runs for the Knights. 

Northeastern 6, Franklin County 3

Scottsburg 8, Oldenburg Academy 0 

Perry Central 12, Oldenburg Academy 6

Austin 13, Rising Sun 3 

South Central 7, Jac-Cen-Del 2

 

SOFTBALL

East Central 12, Rushville 0 - Lexi Hatmaker, Natalie Schnell, Megan Kincer, and Jordyn Maurer each knocked in two runs for the Lady Trojans. Hatmaker struck out seven over five innings. 

East Central 6, Harrison 0 - Lindsay Henson pitched a complete game, giving up four hits and striking out 11.

Franklin County 15, New Castle 9 - Anne Becker went 2-5 with a home run and 3 RBIs to lead the Wildcats. Bree Bischoff, Kassidy Schell, and Kloe Bolos added 2 RBIs each. 

Brownsburg 6, South Dearborn 0 

Rising Sun 9, South Ripley 8 - Tyrrah Miller's grand slam helped the Shiners to an ORVC win. Cora Poling chipped in with 3 RBIs. Ellie Waldron starred for South Ripley with 5 RBIs. 

 

BOYS GOLF

Tri-meet at North Branch GC

South Dearborn 169, Milan 173, Jac-Cen-Del 230 - Austin Thies was the round medalists with a 36. Brady South shot 40, while Eli Hoffman carded a 42 for the Knights. 

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