Local Sports Report - October 9-10, 2020

Area soccer teams advanced to regional play, as did cross country teams and individuals.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9

FOOTBALL

East Central 50, Greensburg 7 (Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game) - The Trojans rushed for 298 yards, picking up their seventh win of the season. Josh Ringer rushed for 104 yards and a TD. Hunter Sohns added 94 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Ryan Bond had an efficient night passing, going 7-11 for 143 yards and a TD pass. Nate Griffin, Kole Viel and Cooper Hoog had four tackles each for the Trojans. 

Lawrenceburg 49, Connersville 0 - The Tigers won their seventh-straight game behind 412 yards of total offense. Garrett Yoon went 9-12 for 181 yards and two touchdowns. Dakota Roth threw a 96-yard touchdown pass to Dahya Patel. Adam Burd and Luke Pierce each scored twice. Jake Pierce and Aiden Gilmour added touchdowns for the Tigers. 

South Dearborn 53, Rushville 13 - C.J. Rogers led the way offensively with 113 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Logan Thies went 4-6 for 116 yards and a TD pass. Sean Sohmer, Bailey Whitelock, and Kenneth McGill also scored for the Knights. 

Providence 29, Milan 21 

Franklin County 41, Batesville 0 

North Decatur 44, Switzerland County 0 

South Decatur 28, Oldenburg Academy 0 

 

OHSAA State Tournament

Division II, Region 8 

Harrison 32, Lima 28 - The Wildcats will take on Piqua in Round 2. 

 

Division IV, Region 16

Taylor 49, Springfield Northwest 6 -  Taylor will take on Wyoming in Round 2. 

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10

GIRLS SOCCER

Sectional 28 at Rushville - Championship 

Lawrenceburg 6, Connersville 0 - The Lady Tigers will take on Tri-West Hendricks at the New Palestine Regional on Saturday, October 17 at noon. Indianapolis Cathedral and Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory will play the first match of the regional at 10 AM. The regional final will be played at 7:00.

 

Sectional 45 at Rising Sun - Championship 

Oldenburg Academy 1, Milan 0 - The Lady Twisters will take on Forest Park at the Forest Park Regional on Saturday, October 17 at 10 AM. The winner will play Trinity Lutheran or Washington Catholic in the regional final. 

 

BOYS SOCCER

Sectional 12 at Mt. Vernon (Fortville) - Championship

East Central 2, Shelbyville 1 - J.T. Roden and Brady Spangler scored to propel the Trojans to a sectional championship. EC will take on Plainfield at the Carmel Regional on Saturday, October 17 at 10 AM. The winner will play Westfield or Franklin Central in the regional final. 

Sectional 28 at Lawrenceburg - Championship 

Lawrenceburg 2, Batesville 1 - The Tigers will play Tri-West Hendricks at the Greensburg Regional on Saturday, October 17 at noon. The winner will play Indianapolis Chatard or Guerin Catholic in the regional final. 

Sectional 45 at Jac-Cen-Del - Championship 

Jac-Cen-Del 4, Southwestern 1 - The Eagles will play South Knox at the Providence Regional on Saturday, October 17 at 10 AM. Providence and Forest Park will play on the other side of the regional bracket. 

 

CROSS COUNTRY

Sectional 23 at South Dearborn

Boys

1. Batesville (27), 2 East Central (67), 3. Greensburg (100), 4. Rising Sun (137), 5. Oldenburg Academy (149), 6. Jac-Cen-Del, 7 South RIpley, 8. Lawrenceburg, 9. South Decatur, 10. Milan, 11. North Decatur. 

The top five teams move on to the regional. Batesville's Benjamin Moster and Ean Loichinger came across the finish line in first and second place. Oldenburg Academy's Tyler Kuntz, East Central's Michael Schwebach and Milan's Ben Riehle rounded out the top five. 

Riehle, Josh Pohle (JCD), Grant Hensley (Lawrenceburg), Damon Hughes (JCD), Trevor Newby (South Decatur), Ayden Potts (Milan), Blake Votz (South Ripley), Nick Zigan (South Ripley), and Hayden Hooten (South Ripley) were the top 10 finishers from non-qualifying teams that advance to regionals. 

 

Girls 

1. Batesville (30), 2. Greensburg (75), 3. East Central (77), 4. South Ripley (115), 5. South Dearborn (117), 6. Jac-Cen-Del, 7. South Decatur, 8. North Decatur

Top five finishers

1 Brenner Hanna, 12 19:03.9 Greensburg, 2 Ava Hanson, 10 19:27.2 Batesville, 3 Rachel Campbell, 10 19:45.0 East Central,  4 Maria Lopez, 11 19:50.0 Batesville, 5 Lanie Nicholson, 11 19:57.9 South Ripley. 

Cloey Simon (JCD), Kayla Simon (JCD), Lucy Lillis (Milan), Lauryn Dilk (JCD), Renee Lillis (Milan), Aneesa Schwarz (Lawrenceburg), and Kaytlin Sizemore (JCD) were among the individuals advancing to regionals. 

 

 

 

 

 

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