Local Sports Report - October 25 & 26

East Central, Lawrenceburg and Milan all advanced in the IHSAA Football State Tournament. South Dearborn girls and Jac-Cen-Del boys soccer teams had their seasons come to an end in the semi-state.

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FOOTBALL

Class 4A Sectional 23

East Central 42, Silver Creek 14 - East Central quarterback Ryan Bond led the way going 10/11 for 173 yards and two touchdowns. Jake Fike continued his stellar season with 75 rushing yards and three scores. The Trojans advance to the sectional semi-finals. They will travel to Greenwood on Friday, November 1. 

Mooresville 35, South Dearborn 13 - Reese Willoughby connected with Blake Bartley for a TD. Dalton Guthrie added the other Knights' score. South Dearborn ends the season with a 5-5 record. Mooresville will play Martinsville in the sectional semi-finals. 

 

Class 3A Sectional 31

Lawrenceburg 42, Scottsburg 0 - The Tigers will play a second-straight home game in sectional play when they host Charlestown on Friday, November 1. Charlestown is coming off a 7-6 upset win over #3 Brownstown Central. 

Batesville 49, Rushville 14 

Greensburg 27, Franklin County 26 

 

Class 2A Sectional 39 

Paoli 66, Switzerland County 7 - Switzerland County's season comes to an end at 5-5. 

 

Class 1A Sectional 47 

Milan 3, Knightstown 0 - Milan will host Hagerstown in the sectional semi-final on Friday, November 1. 

Hagerstown 28, Oldenburg Academy 14 - The Twisters finish the season with a record of 4-5. 

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Class 2A Semi-State at Evansville North

South Dearborn 0, Evansville Mater Dei 2 - The Lady Knights end the season with a 17-5 record. 

 

BOYS SOCCER

Class 1A Semi-State at Seymour

Jac-Cen-Del 0, Indianapolis Lutheran 1 - JCD finishes with a record of 18-2-2. 

 

VOLLEYBALL

Class 3A Regional at Corydon Central

Lawrenceburg 0, Silver Creek 3 (17-25, 17-25, 14-25) - Cora Taylor had 10 kills for the Lady Tigers. Bay Hinkle added 11 assists. Lawrenceburg's final record is 25-7. 

 

CROSS COUNTRY 

Semi-State

Batesville's boys team finished 12th overall, while the Lady Bulldogs team finished 11th. Several individuals from southeast Indiana also participated. They finished as followed:

 

Girls Race

Lily Pinckley, Batesville - 23rd

Ava Hanson, Batesville - 70th

Elizabeth Loichinger - 100th

Lanie Nicholson, South Ripley - 101st

Sophie Myers, Batesville - 113th

Trysta Vierling, Batesville - 114th

Hannah Morgan, Lawrenceburg - 124th

Emilee Wedding, East Central - 133rd

Rachel Campbell, East Central - 141st

Rachel Rohe, South Dearborn - 155th

Katelyn Meyer, Franklin County - 161st

 

Boys Race

Adam Moster, Batesville - 20th

Joshua Myers, Batesville - 43rd

Ean Loichinger, Batesville - 50th

Tyler Kuntz, Oldenburg Academy - 69th

Benjamin Moster, Batesville - 94th

Dylan Fledderman, Oldenburg Academy - 102nd

Damon Hughes, Jac-Cen-Del - 152nd

Dylan Murray, Batesville - 164th

Nathan Villani, Batesville - 167th

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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