Local Sports Report - September 28, 2021

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BOYS SOCCER

Switzerland County 4, Southwestern (Hanover) 0 - The Pacers improve to 11-3-1 (8-2-1 in ORVC, 3rd).

OIdenburg Academy 2, Centerville 1 

Greensburg 6, Franklin County 1 

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Franklin County 1, Connersville 0 

  • Jordan Nichols (FC): goal 
  • Halee Baker (FC): assist
  • Maegan Pearson (FC): 15 saves

South Dearborn 8, Greensburg 0 - The Lady Knights improve to 9-7-1 (4-3 in EIAC). 

  • Bernadette Wismann (SD): 4 goals, assist
  • Quinn Heizer, Bailey Eaves, Zoey Heizer, Brooklyn Barlion (SD): goal each

Switzerland County 7, Southwestern (Hanover) 0 - The Lady Pacers improve to 11-1-2 (6-0-2 in ORVC, 1st). 

Columbus North 1, Batesville 0 

 

VOLLEYBALL

Oldenburg Academy 3, South Decatur 0 (25-18, 25-18, 25-11)

South Ripley 3, South Dearborn 0 (25-21, 25-17, 25-19)

  • Emily Elliott (SD): 11 kills, 9 digs, 16 receptions
  • Saige Rogers (SD): 17 digs, 8 assists
  • Riley Lagaly (SD): 13 assists

Lawrenceburg 3, Milan 0 (25-10, 25-16, 25-12) - The Tigers move to 17-5 overall. 

  • Natalie Knigga (LB): 6 kills, 3 aces, 9 digs, 10 assists
  • Lola Safaviyan (LB): 13 assists, 5 aces, 3 digs
  • Maci McAdams (LB): 10 digs, 12 receptions
  • Lizzie Redar (LB): 4 kills, 13 receptions

 

CROSS COUNTRY

Batesville Invitational 

Boys Combined Results (Small and Large Schools): 1. Batesville (30), 2. East Central (60), 3. Seymour (66), 4. Rushville (90), 5. Franklin County (149), 6. Lawrenceburg (161), 7. South Ripley (178), 8. Jac-Cen-Del (188), 9. North Decatur (250).

Notable Individual Results: 1. Benjamin Moster (Batesville, 16:29.3), 2. Ean Loichinger (Batesville, 16:39.9), 6. Michael Schwebach (EC, 17:56.6), 7. Cole Benegas (EC, 17:57.7), 8. Daren Smith (Batesville, 18:00.5), 9. Ben Riehle (Milan, 18:09.4), 10. Kyler Daulton (Batesville, 18:13.9). 

Girls Combined Results (Small and Large Schools): 1. East Central (35), 2. Batesville (35), 3. South Ripley (78), 4. Rushville (115), 5. Jac-Cen-Del (137), 6. Seymour (160), 7. North Decatur (176).

Notable Individual Results: 1. Rachel Campbell (EC, 20:04.2), 2. Lanie Nicholson (South Ripley, 20:14.4), 3. Lily Pinckley (Batesville, 20:24.4), 4. Ava Hanson (Batesville, 20:27.7), 5. Maria Lopez (Batesville, 20:30.8), 6. Addie Brewer (EC, 20:32.9), 8. Megan Allgeier (Batesville, 21:20.2), 9. Emily Klem (EC, 21:32.8), 10. Faith Henderson (EC, 21:57.4).  

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