Local Sports Report - September 15, 2021

South Ripley soccer star Zach Gentile cemented his name in the record books on Wednesday.

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South Ripley 2, Southwestern (Hanover) 1 - The Raiders remain unbeaten at 9-0-2 (5-0-2 in ORVC).

  • Zach Gentile (SR): 2 goals
  • Ben Miller (SR): 2 assists

 Jac-Cen-Del 5, Milan 0 - The Eagles improve to 5-1-1 in the ORVC. 

Shawe Memorial 10, Rising Sun 1 



East Central 10, Rushville 0 - The Lady Trojans improve to 10-2-1 (5-0 in EIAC). 

Lawrenceburg 2, South Dearborn 0 - The Lady Tigers improve to 6-2 overall (4-2 in EIAC). The Lady Knights fall to 3-7-1 (1-3 in ORVC). 

  • Elle McMullen (LB): goal
  • Kyra Abbott (LB): goal, assists
  • Chloe Meyer (LB): assist



East Central 3, Jennings County 0 (25-10, 25-17, 25-22) 


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