Local Sports Report - September 27

Milan secured the 2018 ORVC Girls Soccer Championship on Thursday.

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BOYS SOCCER

Batesville 1, Connersville 0

Rising Sun 7, South Ripley 1 – Rising Sun’s Landon Cole went wild with 4 goals in the blowout win. Jake Bovard, James Bounds, and Brendon Westrich each scored a single goal. Bovard and Brayden Bush each made a couple assists. Jordan Parsons made three saves in goal.

Southwestern 2, Jac-Cen-Del 0

Switzerland County 2, Shawe Memorial 1 – Switz’s Nathan Scranton scored a goal in the senior night win.

Oldenburg Academy 1, Richmond 0

 

BOYS TENNIS

IHSAA Sectional 13 at Connersville - Semifinals

Franklin County 4, Union County 1 – Franklin County advances to play host Connersville in the sectional title match on Saturday.

Connersville 5, Rushville 0

 

CROSS COUNTRY

Batesville’s boys and girls teams swept the team titles at the Greensburg Invitational held Thursday. South Ripley’s Megan Cole claimed first place among the girls. East Central’s girls came in second, while the Trojan boys were third.

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Batesville 5, Heritage Christian 2

Oldenburg Academy 3, Franklin County 1

Milan 4, Rising Sun 0 – Milan captures the 2018 ORVC Girls Soccer Championship with the victory. Maggie Schmidt scored twice while Emma Miller and Jordan Combs each added a goal.

South Ripley 3, Southwestern 0

 

VOLLEYBALL

East Central 3, Milan 0

Rising Sun 3, South Decatur 2 – 14-25, 25-16, 20-25, 25-18, 15-10

Southwestern 3, South Ripley 0

Greensburg 3, Jac-Cen-Del 0 – 25-10, 25-7, 25-2

Hauser 3, Oldenburg Academy 0 – 25-14, 25-12, 25-14

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  • Costume Swap at the Dearborn County Recycling Center

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The 2021 Chevy Tahoe isbeing used for their small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) program.

Ripley County Community Foundation Welcomes New Intern

The Oldenburg Academy student will intern at the foundation for the first semester of her senior year.

Whites Hill Road to Close Sunday for Bridge Painting on I-74

The closure is expected to last three weeks.

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Local Sports Report - September 29, 2022

Batesville's boys tennis team captured a sectional championship on Thursday.

Local Sports Report - September 28, 2022

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