Local Sports Report - September 17-18, 2021

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

FOOTBALL

Lawrenceburg 41, Franklin County 0 (Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game)

  • Garrett Yoon (LB): 12-19, 171 yards, 3 TD; 10 carries, 124 yards, 2 TD
  • Teagan Bennett (LB): 7 carries, 62 yards, TD
  • Dahya Patel (LB): 8 receptions, 140 yards, 2 TD
  • Alex Witte (LB): 3 tackles, 2 sacks, forced fumble, fumble recovery

East Central 44, Batesville 13 

  • Cole Burton (EC): 14-22, 218 yards, 4 TD
  • Eli Aston (EC): 5 receptions, 62 yards, TD
  • Ryan Brotherton (EC): 7 carries, 55 yards, TD; 2 receptions, 54 yards, TD

South Dearborn 28, Greensburg 27 

  • C.J. Rogers (SD): 26 carries, 168 yards, TD
  • Adam Kunkel (SD): 11-18, 248 yards, TD, 2 INT
  • Reese Willoughby (SD): 4 receptions, 95 yards

Milan 33, New Miami (Oh.) 0 

Switzerland County 22, Oldenburg Academy 6

Connersville 55, Rushville 33

 

BOYS SOCCER

Rising Sun 4, Southwestern (Hanover) 3

  • Kendall Montgomery (RS): hat trick
  • Dylan Martin (RS): goal

 

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18

BOYS SOCCER

Plainfield 4, East Central 1 

East Central 5, Fort Wayne Bishop Luers 1

Whiteland 2, Batesville 0 

South Ripley 3, Switzerland County 3 - The Raiders remain in first place in the ORVC at 5-0-3 against conference opponents. 

  • Zach Gentile (SR): hat trick

Lawrenceburg 8, Oldenburg Academy 0 

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Lawrenceburg 2, Conner (Ky.) 1 

  • Chloe Meyer, Isabella Gilmour (LB): goal each

East Central 9, Seymour 0 

Greenfield-Central 2, Oldenburg Academy 0 

Batesville 1, Connersville 1 

 

VOLLEYBALL

LHS Invite

Hauser 2, Rising Sun 0 

Rising Sun 2, Rushville 0

Jennings County 2, Rising Sun 0 

Rock Creek Academy 2, Rising Sun 1 

Lawrenceburg 2, Southwestern 0 

Lawrenceburg 2, Rock Creek Academy 0 

Lawrenceburg 2, Hauser 0

Sycamore 2, Lawrenceburg 0 

 

Whiteland Invitational 

Oldenburg Academy 2, Herron 1 

Oldenburg Academy 2, Indianapolis Crispus Attucks 0

Indianapolis Chatard 2, Batesville 0

Batesville 2, Decatur Central 0 

Greenwood 2, Batesville 0 

Connersville 2, Batesville 0 

 

GIRLS GOLF

Sectional 18 at Greensburg (Top 3 teams advance to regional)

Team Results: 1. Batesville, 2. Greensburg, 3. Rushville, 4. East Central, 5. Milan

  • Batesville's Emma Weiler was the round medalist, carding a 67. Josie Meyer shot 80 and Addyson Weiler carded an 82. 
  • Individuals advancing without their team: Tracy McKittrick (JCD, 96), Kayla Walke (Milan, 100), and Emarald Simmonds (OA, 102).

 

Sectional 24 at Madison (Top 3 teams advance to regional)

Team Results: 1. Madison, 2. Jennings County, 3. Lawrenceburg, 4. Scottsburg, 5. Shawe Memorial, 6. Switzerland County, 7. South Dearborn, 8. Charlestown, 9. Henryville, 10. Southwestern

  • Individuals advancing without their team: Hailey Hines (Switzerland County, 88). 

Sectional 17 at Richmond

Team Results: 1. Richmond, 2. Franklin County, 3. Union County

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