Local Sports Report - October 1-2, 2021

It was a busy weekend filled with football, soccer, boys tennis sectional, girls golf state, and ORVC cross country championship.



South Dearborn 24, Franklin County 14 (Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game) - The Knights improve to 5-2 (2-1 in EIAC 4A Division). 

  • CJ Rogers (SD): 29 carries, 154 yards, TD
  • Adam Kunkel (SD): 12-26, 173 yards; 5 carries, 5 yards, 2 TD
  • Austin Ballart (SD): 4 receptions, 73 yards
  • Drew Probst, Corbin Cassidy (SD): INT each

East Central 73, Connersville 6 - The Trojans improve to 6-1 and capture their 28th EIAC 4A Conference Championship. (3-0 in EIAC 4A Division). The Trojans also extended their conference winning streak to 50 games. 

  • Trae Ohmer (EC): 4 carries, 136 yards, 3 TD
  • Cole Burton (EC): 70-yard TD to Eli Aston
  • Ryan Brotherton, Grant Ernst, Sam Ringer, Chase Bellman (EC): rush TD each
  • Sam Ringer, Jack Rinear (EC): INT each 

Lawrenceburg 91, Rushville 12 - The Tigers capture the EIAC 3A Division Championship, while setting a school record for points in a game. The previous record was 72 points against South Decatur in 1976. 

  • Garrett Yoon (LB): 6-9, 223 yards, 4 TD; 2 rushing TD
  • Aiden Gilmour (LB): 4 receptions, 147 yards, 3 TD
  • Landon Cornett (LB): 7 carries, 77 yards, 2 TD
  • Teagan Bennett (LB): 6 carries, 45 yards, 3 TD
  • Alex Witte (LB): fumble recovery TD

Providence 35, Milan 21

Batesville 35, Greensburg 28

Cooper 51, Madison 19

Switzerland County 14, South Decatur 8 

Harrison 33, Mt. Healthy 25

Wyoming 18, Taylor 0 



South Ripley 2, Jac-Cen-Del 0 - The Raiders take over 1st place in the ORVC (8-0-4). 

  • Logan Betz, Ben Miller (SR): goal each

Southwestern (Hanover) 4, Rising Sun 1 



South Ripley 3, Jac-Cen-Del 0 (25-20, 25-11, 25-19)

  • Rachel Meyer (SR): 14 kills 
  • Sarah Meyer (SR): 9 kills
  • Brionna Linkel (SR): 27 assists, 14 digs
  • Lydia Cornett (SR): 14 digs



IHSAA State Finals - Held Friday and Saturday (36 holes total)

Batesville finished 14th out of 15 teams. The Lady Bulldogs carded a 392 on day one, and improved with a 376 on day two. 

  • Emma Weiler tied for 29th place individually, carding an (87) and (75) between her two rounds. 
  • Addyson Weiler tied for 34th overall. She carded an (83) both rounds.
  • Josie Meyer tied for 80th with a total score of 195. 




IHSAA Sectional 16 at East Central 

Batesville 4, East Central 1 

*The Bulldogs will take on Richmond at the Richmond Regional on Tuesday. 


IHSAA Sectional 13 at Connersville 

Rushville 4, Franklin County 1 

*The Lions advance to take on Knightstown at the Richmond Regional. 



ORVC Championship

Boys Results: 1. Rising Sun (60), 2 Southwestern (63), 3. South Ripley (65), 4. Switzerland County (67), 5. JCD (71)

  • Rising Sun's Peyton Merica finished in 1st place with a time of 17:46.2. Ethan Markland and Casey Fletcher also placed in the Top 10 for the Shiners. 
  • Switzerland County freshman Cooper Hon placed 2nd, followed by JCD's Josh Pohle in third place. 

Girls Results: 1. Switzerland County (26), 2. South Ripley (43), 3. JCD (72), 4. Southwestern (81).

  • Switzerland County's Claire Rogers placed 1st with a time of 19.45.2. Grace White, Amber Detmer, Alisha Detmer, and Carlee Boggs also placed in the Top 10 for the Lady Pacers. 
  • South Ripley's Lanie Nicholson finished 2nd with a time of 20:35.2. Emily Campbell placed 3rd, followed by Deborah Murphy in 8th place.  

Full results at www.stuartroadracing.com



Lawrenceburg 6, New Albany 1 



Richmond 2, Franklin County 0 (25-3, 25-8)

New Palestine 2, Franklin County 0 

Rising Sun 2, Switzerland County 0 (25-9, 25-15)

  • Cora Poling (RS): 11 kills 
  • Baylee Morris (RS): 20 assists

North Decatur 2, Rising Sun 0 

Scottsburg 2, South Ripley 1 (19-25, 25-16, 15-10)

  • Sarah Meyer (SR): 10 kills
  • Rachel Meyer (SR): 9 kills

Heritage Hills 2, South Ripley 0 

Salem 2, South Ripley 1 

North Decatur 2, Switzerland County 0 

Shelbyville 3, East Central 1 


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