Local Sports Report - September 25 & 26, 2020

A one sentence sports recap isn't possible with all that went on over the weekend.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

FOOTBALL

Lawrenceburg 48, Batesville 13 - Lawrenceburg improved to 5-1 and 2-0 in the EIAC 3A Division. The Tigers jumped on Batesville early and took a 34-7 lead into halftime. Luke Pierce was the star of the game rushing for 168 yards and four touchdowns. Tigers quarterback Garrett Yoon went 17-21 for 205 yards and three touchdowns. Dayha Patel, Aiden Gilmour and Jake Pierce all had receiving touchdown. 

Milan 56, Edinburgh 0 - The Indians racked up 373 yards of total offense. Peyton Wert led the way with three touchdown passes. 

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

FOOTBALL

East Central 30, South Dearborn 0 (Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game) - The Trojans defense put up a dominant performance, holding South Dearborn to just 33 yards of total offense. EC quarterback Ryan Bond led the way offensively with one touchdown through the air and another on the ground, earning Player of the Game honors. South Dearborn defensive end Bryce Valdez was named Homecoming King. 

 

CROSS COUNTRY 

EIAC Championship

BOYS: Rushville (35 points), Batesville (58 points), Connersville (65 points), East Central (86 points), Greensburg (118), Franklin County (143), Lawrenceburg (185 points).

Top 10

1 1 Ean Loichinger, 11 16:29.6 Batesville 2 2 Benjamin Moster, 11 16:38.2 Batesville 3 3 Kyle Stanley, 11 16:53.2 Rushville Consolidate 4 4 Caleb Krodel, 12 17:26.8 Rushville Consolidate 5 5 Owen Baker, 10 17:28.7 Connersville 6 6 Sam Sterrett, 12 17:38.1 Rushville Consolidate 7 7 Michael Schwebach, 1117:38.6 East Central 8 8 Keith Bacon, 12 17:41.7 Rushville Consolidate 9 9 Conner Greenwell, 12 17:42.1 Connersville 10 10 Sawyer Sanders, 11 17:48.2 Greensburg.

 

GIRLS: Batesville (26 points), East Central (67 points), Greensburg (72 points), South Dearborn (109 points), Rushville (110 points), Franklin County (148 points).

Top 10 

1 1 Brenner Hanna, 12 18:17.5 Greensburg 2 2 Ava Hanson, 10 19:20.9 Batesville 3 3 Rachel Campbell, 10 19:41.4 East Central 4 4 Maria Lopez, 11 19:57.4 Batesville 5 5 Sophie Myers, 10 20:09.2 Batesville 6 6 Lily Pinckley, 11 20:30.5 Batesville 7 7 Lauren Kelley, 12 20:34.0 Franklin County 8 8 Elizabeth Pavy, 12 20:42.6 Greensburg 9 9 Megan Allgeier, 9 20:54.2 Batesville 10 10 Madison Rahschulte, 10 20:54.4 Batesville 11. 

 

GIRLS GOLF

Regional

Batesville placed 7th, Franklin County 8th and East Central 18th at the Lapel Regional. Batesville Emma Weiler finished 3rd with a 75, which is good enough to advance to the State Finals. 

 

BOYS SOCCER

East Central 3, Landmark Christian 0 

Lawrenceburg 4, Greensburg 0 

Fort Wayne Canterbury 4, Oldenburg Academy 1

Batesville 4, Franklin County 2

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Switzerland County Soccer Tournament

Switzerland County 6, Carroll County (Ky.) 0 

Switzerland County 3, South Ripley 1 

Lawrenceburg 8, Greensburg 0 

 

VOLLEYBALL

Muncie Central Invitational 

East Central 2, Muncie Central 1 

East Central 2, Richmond 1 

Championship: Wapahani 2, East Central 0 

 

Heritage Christian 2, Batesville 0 

Pike 2, Batesville 0 

Castle 2, Oldenburg Academy 0 

Waldron 2, Oldenburg Academy 0 

Rock Creek Academy 2, Oldenburg Academy 0 

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