Local Sports Report - November 15 & 16

Harrison moves on in the OHSAA Football State Tournament, while Lawrenceburg's season came to an end in an IHSAA Football Regional Championship game.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15

FOOTBALL

Ohio Division 2 Region 8 Semi-Finals

Harrison 42, St. Francis DeSales 7 - Harrison quarterback Conner Kinnett threw six touchdown passes. The Wildcats will take on top-seeded LaSalle in the Regional Finals on Friday at 7:00 p.m. The site of the game has yet to be determined. 

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Lawrenceburg 56, Scottsburg 40 - Juliana Kemper had 22 points and 13 rebounds for the Lady Tigers. Kristin Roark added 10 points and Kierah Lowe had nine. Lawrenceburg is now 3-0 on the season. 

Batesville 32, Union County 51

Rising Sun 36, South Decatur 44

Switzerland County 50, Madison 68

Oldenburg Academy 37, Southwestern (Hanover) 39

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16

FOOTBALL 

Class 3A Regional Championship at Lawrenceburg

Lawrenceburg 0, Heritage Hills 22 - Lawrenceburg moved the ball well at times but lost two fumbles in the first half. They also failed to convert on a 4th and 15 from the Heritage Hills 40-yard line, which eventually led to a Patriots score just before halftime. Tigers sophomore quarterback Garrett Yoon was injured near the end of the first half and did not return. The second half was all Heritage Hills and a strong rushing attack led by quarterback Cole Sigler and full back Jacob Wetzel. Lawrenceburg ends the season with an 11-2 records, an EIAC 3A Division Championship and a Sectional Championship. 

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

East Central 45, Richmond 36 

South Dearborn 33, Rushville 90

Switzerland County 46, Henryville 44

Jac-Cen-Del 54, South Ripley 29

Oldenburg Academy 29, Southwestern (Shelbyville) 37

 

 

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