South Ripley's Megan Cole is going to the IHSAA Cross Country State Finals.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19
IHSAA 4A Sectional 23 – First Round
East Central 41, Franklin County 6 – East Central quarterback Alex Maxwell accounted for three touchdowns, passing for 21 yards and a score to David Badescu and running for 125 more yards and two TDs. Eric Rosemeyer tallied 154 rush yards and a touchdown. Jake Fike had 34 rushing yards with a score. Evan Greiwe led the defense with six tackles and two sacks. Chase Ludwig made two interceptions. East Central will play against South Dearborn in the sectional semi-final on Friday, October 26.
South Dearborn 48, Jennings County 16 – South Dearborn advances to play East Central in the sectional semi-final on Friday, October 26.
Edgewood 28, Madison 19
Silver Creek 55, Scottsburg 21
IHSAA 3A Sectional 31 – First Round
Lawrenceburg 22, North Harrison 14 – Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game – Lawrenceburg advances to meet Batesville in the sectional semi-finals on Friday, October 26.
Batesville 59, Greensburg 19 – Batesville will play Lawrenceburg in the sectional semi-finals on Friday, October 26.
Brownstown Central 55, Corydon Central 13
Salem 27, Charlestown 20
IHSAA 2A Sectional 37 – First Round
Triton Central 28, Milan 10 – Milan’s season ends with a 6-4 record.
Knightstown 40, Union County 0
Heritage Christian 21, Eastern Hancock 0
Indianapolis Scecina 42, Centerville 2
IHSAA 2A Sectional 39 – First Round
Providence 64, Switzerland County 7 – Switzerland County’s season ends with a 5-5 record.
Perry Central 27, Eastern 6
Mitchell 46, Clarksville 6
Paoli 37, Crawford County 0
IHSAA 1A Sectional 46 – First Round
Hagerstown 14, Oldenburg Academy 0 – Oldenburg Academy’s season ends with a 4-6 record.
Edinburgh 24, Cambridge City (Lincoln) 12
Indianapolis Lutheran 42, South Decatur 13
North Decatur 33, Tri 0
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20
IHSAA Cross Country Semi-State at Shelbyville
Lady Bulldogs competing at Shelbyville cross country semistate. pic.twitter.com/Vk698gYGLr— Batesville H.S. (@BulldogsBville) October 20, 2018
South Ripley’s Megan Cole will end her senior season by competing at the IHSAA Cross Country State Finals.
Cole placed 18th at the IHSAA Semi-State meet at Shelbyville on Saturday to earn a spot at the state meet. She crossed the finish line at 18:51.
Fellow Raider Elyse Hunger, a senior, was 132nd with a time of 21:33.
Congrats to Megan Cole for advancing to the State cross country meet next weekend in Terri Haute. Great job to Elyse Hunger as well for running an excellent race!— South Ripley Sports (@SRipleySports) October 20, 2018
Franklin County’s Lauren Kelly ran well, but did not make the cut for the state meet. The sophomore Wildcat placed 39th with a new personal record of 19:30.
Batesville’s Elizabeth Loichinger, a junior, was 51st with a time of 19:49, ending her season at semi-state. The Lady Bulldogs team, which all appeared at the meet, placed 13th in the team standings.
Two East Central teammates competed at semi-state. Emilee Wedding was 94th at 20:44 while Emma Fey was 106th at 20:59.
In the boys race, Jac-Cen-Del’s Damon Hughes ran a personal best race at 16:56, coming in 71st. Batesville’s team finish of 19th was led by Benjamin Moster’s time of 17:25, coming in 108th.
Congratulations to Damon Hughes on a great Cross Country season, he ran his personal best at Semi-State today! JCD is proud of you! pic.twitter.com/cbFHNmYwED— JCD Sports (@JCDSports) October 20, 2018
IHSAA Cross Country Semi-state at Brown County
This girl just completed a great year and career as a standout runner for our XC team. Very proud of you Leah Anders and how you represent SCHS as the ideal student athlete. Congrats Coach Sandlin & Coach Cole on a great year. #leavingalegacy pic.twitter.com/ogkPUVAPtP— Switzerland County Pacer Athletics (@GoSwitzCoPacers) October 20, 2018
Switzerland County’s Leah Anders wrapped up a great high school running career at the IHSAA Semi-State meet at Brown County on Saturday. Anders placed 68th with a time of 20:39.