Local Sports Report - September 12

Oldenburg's Ben Kraus scored the game winning goal against East Central in boys soccer Thursday.

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BOYS SOCCER

Oldenburg Academy 1, East Central 0 - Oldenburg's Ben Kraus scored the game-winning goal on a breakaway with about 10 minutes remaining. 

Greensburg 6, Franklin County 2

Milan 7, Shawe Memorial 1 – Milan’s Josh Clark netted four goals in the win. Also scoring for the Indians were Talon Global, Matthew Riehle, and Cam Begley.

 

BOYS TENNIS

Batesville 4, Columbus East 1

Greensburg 4, Franklin County 1

 

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Lawrenceburg 4, Landmark Christian 1 – LHS’s Olivia Bosch made 3 saves in the goal. Avery Seig and Ryleigh Offutt each had a goal and an assist. Holly Knippenberg and Ashton Lorton each had a goal. Chloe Meyer and Emma Dunn added one assist each.

Columbus East 3, Batesville 1

Switzerland County 2, South Ripley 0 – Matty Anderson and Raylinn Kappes scored for the Pacers.

Oldenburg Academy 7, Richmond 4 – O’s Leila Savage scored three goals. Also finding the net were Izzy Hornbeck, Jaylyn Stenger, and Allison Storms.

 

 

VOLLEYBALL

Lawrenceburg 3, South Ripley 0 – 25-9, 25-14, 25-16

Batesville 3, Jennings County 2

Southwestern 3, Jac-Cen-Del 1 – 25-21, 19-25, 25-19, 25-14

 

 

Middle School Swimming

The Sunman-Dearborn Middle School AquaTrojans remain undefeated as the Spartans from Connersville traveled south on Thursday night. S-DMS girls won 125-57 and the boys won 133-39. S-DMS won five of the six relays. Individual winners included:

Aubree Popen - 200 Freestyle

Henry Strotman - 200 IM, 100 Freestyle

Ella Maxwell - 50 Freestyle, 100 Freestyle

Adam Stephenson - 50 Freestyle

Bree Cleary - 1 meter diving

Logan Burbrink - 1 meter diving

Riley Reany - 500 Freestyle

Ayden Ketchem - 100 Backstroke

Riley Shumate - 100 Breaststroke

Kyle Goodwin - 100 Breastroke

 

 

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