Local Sports Report - October 22-23, 2021

The HS Football State Tournament got underway Friday. State tournaments in boys tennis, volleyball and cross country rolled on too.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22

FOOTBALL

Class 4A Sectional 23 - First Round

South Dearborn 54, Madison 0 (Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game) - The Knights will play at Martinsville in the semifinals. 

  • Adam Kunkel (SD): 16-27, 286 yards, 5 TD, INT
  • CJ Rogers (SD): 16 carries, 171 yards, TD
  • Justin McGraw (SD): 4 receptions, 103 yards, TD
  • Reese Willoughby (SD): 2 TD receptions

East Central 44, Greenwood 14 - The Trojans will play at Mooresville in the semifinals. 

  • Cole Burton (EC): 8-12, 123 yards, 3 TD
  • Sam Ringer (EC): 85-yard KO return TD

 

Class 3A Sectional 31 - First Round

Batesville 48, Rushville 26 - The Bulldogs will host Brownstown Central in the semifinals

Greensburg 24, Charlestown 21

Lawrenceburg 49, Franklin County 14 - The Tigers will play at Greensburg in the semifinals

  • Garrett Yoon (LB): 18-27, 257 yards, 3 TD; 12 carries, 85 yards, TD
  • Luke Pierce (LB): 7 carries, 93 yards, TD
  • Dahya Patel (LB): 9 receptions, 182 yards, 2 TD

 

Class 2A Sectional 39 - First Round

Providence 47, Switzerland County 0 

 

Class 1A Sectional 47 - First Round

Milan 40, Oldenburg Academy 0 - The Indians will play at North Decatur in the semifinals

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23

BOYS TENNIS

IHSAA State Finals

Franklin County's Jack Stirn defeated in the semifinals (6-1, 6-1) by eventual state champ Aiden William (West Lafayette).

 

VOLLEYBALL

IHSAA Regional at Mitchell 

Linton-Stockton 3, South Ripley 1 (25-17, 25-22, 17-25, 25-23) - The Lady Raiders finish the season 22-11. 

 

CROSS COUNTRY 

IHSAA Semi-state at Shelbyville 

Boys Team Results: Batesville finishes 16th out of 20 teams. 

Girls Team Results: Batesville finishes 8th, East Central 15th out of 20 teams

 

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