Local Sports Report - September 24-25, 2021

Congratulations to Batesville's girls golf team for qualifying for the State Finals!

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24

FOOTBALL

East Central 42, South Dearborn 7 (Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game) - The Trojans improve to 5-1 overall (2-0 in EIAC 4A, 1st place). South Dearborn falls to 4-2 overall (1-1 in EIAC 4A). 

  • Cole Burton (EC): 10-13, 222 yards, 2 TD
  • Eli Aston (EC): 3 receptions, 87 yards, TD; 91-yard KO return TD
  • Adam Kunkel (SD): 13-25, 110 yards, TD
  • Reese Willoughby (SD): 6 receptions, 74 yards, TD

Lawrenceburg 34, Batesville 13 - The Tigers improve to 5-1 overall (1-0 in EIAC 3A, 1st place). Batesville falls to 3-3 overall (1-1 in EIAC 3A).

  • Garrett Yoon (LB): 17-27, 251 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT; 9 carries, 64 yards, 2 TD
  • Dahya Patel (LB): 8 receptions, 140 yards, 2 TD
  • Travis Lecher (BV): 13-22, 193 yards, 2 TD, INT
  • Bryson Bonelli (BV): 6 receptions, 170 yards, 2 TD

Eastern Hancock 25, Milan 24 - The Indians fall to 2-4. 

Franklin County 22, Greensburg 18

Eminence (Ky.) 59, Switzerland County 14

 

GIRLS GOLF

IHSAA Regional 4 at Roncalli

Lawrenceburg placed 16th out of 18 teams. Ella Shelton recorded the lowest score for the Tigers, carding a 94. Switzerland County's Hailey Hines competed as an individual, carding a 93. No local golfers advanced to the State Finals from this regional. 

 

BOYS SOCCER

Shawe Memorial 7, Rising Sun 3

  • Kendall Montgomery (RS): hat trick

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

GIRLS GOLF

IHSAA Regional 3 at Lapel

Batesville placed third with a team score of 331, advancing to the State Final. Emma Weiler tied for the third best score with a 75. Josie Meyer carded an 80, followed by Addyson Weiler with an 81. Victoria Harpring carded a 91 and Madelyn Pohlman finished with a round of 111. All five will move on to the State Finals on Oct. 1-2 at Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel.  

Other noteable individual scores:

  • Tracy McKittrick (JCD): 107
  • Kayla Walke (Milan): 114
  • Emarald Simmonds (OA): 103
  • Nicole Mears (FC): 91

 

BOYS SOCCER

South Dearborn 6, Union County 2 

Lawrenceburg 11, Greensburg 0 

Switzerland County 5, Southwestern 3

Fort Wayne Canterbury 7, Oldenburg Academy 0 

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Switzerland County 8, Gallatin County 0 

Switzerland County 7, Carroll County 1

South Dearborn 6, Union County 0 

Lawrenceburg 8, Greensburg 0 

Fort Wayne Canterbury 1, Oldenburg Academy 0 

 

CROSS COUNTRY 

EIAC Championship 

Boys Team Results: 1. Batesville (24 points), 2. Rushville (55), 3. East Central (73), 4. Greensburg (102), 5. Lawrenceburg (138), 5. Franklin County (138), 6. South Dearborn (211). 

  • Batesville's Benjamin Moster finished first with a time of 16:40.7
  • Ean Loichinger placed 2nd. Jake Chapman and Daren Smith finish in the Top 10 for the Bulldogs.
  • Full results here.

 

Girls Team Results: 1. Batesville (20 points), 2. East Central (38), 3. Greensburg (89), 4. Rushville (104), 5. South Dearborn (142).

  • East Central's Rachel Campbell is the EIAC MVP, finishing in first place with a time of 20:02.9.
  • Batesville's Lily Pinckley came in second place (20:16.9). 
  • Full results here.

 

BOYS TENNIS

EIAC Championship

 

VOLLEYBALL

Pike 2, Batesville 1 

Batesville 2, Anderson 0 

Oldenburg Academy 2, Franklin County 0 

Oldenburg Academy 2, Rushville 1 

Greensburg 2, Oldenburg Academy 0 

Southwestern 2, Switzerland County 0 

 

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