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DCF GOLF SCRAMBLE AUG. 18 AT HIDDEN VALLEY PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Report   
Monday, July 14, 2014 11:32 AM

LAWRENCEBURG – Dearborn Community Foundation's 13th annual Golf Scramble fund-raiser is slated for Monday, Aug. 18, at Hidden Valley Lake Golf Club.

DCF Golf Scramble event day registration is from 9-10 a.m., with a 10 a.m. shotgun start. Food and beverages will be provided. Golfers can participate in games around the golf course.

Entry fee is $100 per player or $400 per foursome. Proceeds from the scramble support the Foundation's grant and scholarship programs.

Aurora Lions Club, Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg and UCB Charitable Foundation are presenting sponsors.

Food and beverage sponsors include Blimpie Subs, St. Leon; Blue and Company; Fund Evaluation Group and Friendship State Bank.

Sponsors still are needed, as well. For golf entry, or to participate as a sponsor, contact the Foundation at (812) 539-4115 or e-mail: anappier@dearborncf.org.

 

 
SCOREBOARD 07-15 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Report   
Monday, July 14, 2014 11:29 AM

Auto racing

 

LAWRENCEBURG

SPEEDWAY

Sunday, July 13

 

Amsoil USAC 27th Annual

INDIANA SPRINT WEEK

Race No. 3

TOP QUALIFIER – 1. Chase Stockon (Car No. 32), 13.626 seconds

 

1ST HEAT - (8 laps – no points) 1. Jarret Andretti (18)

2ND HEAT - (8 laps – no points) 1. C.J. Leary (30)

3RD HEAT - (8 laps – no points) 1. Kevin Thomas Jr. (9K)

 

BALANCE OF EVENT RAINED OUT

 

CURRENT AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT POINTS – 1. Bacon-1,160, 2. Darland-1,157, 3. Stanbrough-1,070, 4. Clauson-1,066, 5. Stockon-1,041, 6. Tracy Hines-999, 7. Grant-970, 8. Windom-927, 9. Schuerenberg-909, 10. Leary-802.

 

CURRENT INDIANA SPRINT WEEK POINTS – 1. Darland-188, 2. Windom-186, 3. Grant-184, 4. Clauson-164, 5. Stanbrough-163, 6. Bacon-162, 7. Stockon-152, 8. Tracy Hines-149, 9T. Ballou - 41, 9T. Schuerenberg-141.

 

 

 

KOKOMO SPEEDWAY

Saturday, July 12

 

Amsoil USAC 27th Annual

INDIANA SPRINT WEEK

Race No. 2

FEATURE (30 laps) – 1. Dave Darland (Car No. 71P), 2. Justin Grant (40), 3. Chris Windom (11), 4. Hunter Schuerenberg (20N), 5. Bryan Clauson (20), 6. Kevin Thomas Jr. (9K), 7. Robert Ballou (12X), 8. Brady Bacon (69), 9. Thomas Meseraull (41), 10. C.J. Leary (30), 11. Jon Stanbrough (37RW), 12. Jerry Coons Jr. (10E), 13. Brady Short (11P), 14. Chase Stockon (32), 15. Tyler Courtney (21X), 16. Tracy Hines (4), 17. Richard Vander Weerd (10), 18. Scotty Weir (18X), 19. Chad Boespflug (57), 20. Shane Cockrum (66), 21. Jarett Andretti (18), 22. Daron Clayton (3R), 23. Brent Beauchamp (34), 24. Matt Westfall (54), 25. Shane Cottle (2E)
(Moore & Cockrum flipped in the first heat. Gurley flipped in the semi.)

 

FEATURE LAP LEADERS – Thomas (1-5), Darland (6-30).

 

TOP QUALIFIER – 1. Dave Darland (71P), 12.405 seconds

 

1ST HEAT (10 laps) – 1. Tracy Hines (4)

2ND HEAT (10 laps) – 1. Brent Beauchamp (34)

3RD HEAT (10 laps) – 1. Daron Clayton (3R)

4TH HEAT (10 laps) – 1. Brady Short (11P)

QUALIFYING RACE (10 laps) – 1. Landon Simon (24)

SEMI (12 laps) – 1. Chad Boesplug (57)

 

 

 

Running

 

8th Annual

TROJAN TROT 5K

RUN/WALK

 

2014 Southeast Indiana

Racing Circuit Race No. 1

 

Saturday, July 12

At St. Leon American

Legion Post 464

 

5K RUN

(3.1 miles)

OVERALL MEN ’S WINNER

1. Joe Rector, 18, Aurora, 17:40

OVERALL WOMEN’S WINNER

7. Lisa Andi, 32, West Harrison, 19:08

 

Top 10 finishers:

1. Joe Rector, 18, Aurora, 17:40

2. Brad Barry, 21, Sunman, 18:02

3. Justin Noppert, 38, Lawrenceburg, 18:12

4. Sean Groves, 16, Dillsboro, 18:43

5. Dustin Beach, 17, Dillsboro, 18:43

6. Adam Rector, 16, Aurora, 19:04

7. Lisa Andi, 32, West Harrison, 19:08

8. Jonathan Meya, 38, Guilford, 19:45

9. Ronnie McAllister, 49, Batesville, 19:49

10. Sean Gish, 18, Lawrenceburg, 19:51

 

Age group winners:

 

MEN UNDER 13 – 75. Jacob Robbins, 12, Lawrenceburg, 27:41

MEN 13-14 – 20. Sam Rector, 14, Aurora, 21:53

MEN 15-16 – 4. Sean Groves, 16, Dillsboro, 18:43

MEN 17-19 - 1. Joe Rector, 18, Aurora, 17:40

MEN 20-24 - 2. Brad Barry, 21, Sunman, 18:02

MEN 25-29 – 28. Tyler Oehlman, 25, Indianapolis, 22:36

MEN 30-34 – 13. Bryan Wagner, 30, Lawrenceburg, 20:18

MEN 35-39 - 3. Justin Noppert, 38, Lawrenceburg, 18:12

MEN 40-44 – 51. Randy Houser, 43, West Harrison, 25:46

MEN 45-49 - 9. Ronnie McAllister, 49, Batesville, 19:49

MEN 50-54 – 64. Mark Knigga, 54, Lawrenceburg, 26:45

MEN 55-59 –80. Chris Goepper, 55, Lawrenceburg, 28:03

MEN 60-69 – 22. Wayne Doehlman Sr., 69, Fairfield, Ohio, 21:58

MEN 70 & UP – 106. Jim Rector, 73, Aurora, 31:02

 

WOMEN UNDER 14 – 60. Madison Rahschulte, 9, Lawrenceburg, 26:24

WOMEN 13-14 – 97. Lauren Weissman, 13, Aurora, 29:43

WOMEN 15-16 – 45. Megan Hay, 16, Lawrenceburg, 25:14

WOMEN 17-19 – 34. Isabella Gramaglia, 17, Versailles, 23:39

WOMEN 20-24 – 21. Sarah Oehlman, 21, Guilford, 21:57

WOMEN 25-29 – 29. Kelli McFadden, 28, Cleves, Ohio, 22:41

WOMEN 30-34 – 7. Lisa Andi, 32, West Harrison, 19:08

WOMEN 35-39 – 19. Megan McGraw, 35, Scottsdale, Ariz., 21:40

WOMEN 40-44 – 25. Kely Schoenefeld, 44, Lawrenceburg, 22:26

WOMEN 45-49 – 53. Cathy Bertke, 46, Lawrenceburg, 26:06

WOMEN 50-54 – 91. Dena Steiner, 54, Lawrenceburg, 29:23

WOMEN 55-59 – 43. Kimberly Ogle, 57, Oxford, Ohio, 24:47

WOMEN 60-69 – 41. Sherry Hyden, 60, Hamilton, Ohio, 24:43

WOMEN 70 & OVER – 142. Arlene Wilgenbusch, 72, Guilford, 36:40

 

TOTAL MALE FINISHERS: 82

TOTAL FEMALE FINISHERS: 83

TOTAL RUNNERS: 165

 

5K WALK

(3.1 miles)

OVERALL MEN ’S WINNER

1. Bill Cannon, 47, West Harrison, 33:08

OVERALL WOMEN’S WINNER

2. Jenna Baumgartner, 52, Lawrenceburg, 33:54

 

Top 10 finishers:

1. Bill Cannon, 47, West Harrison, 33:08

2. Jenna Baumgartner, 52, Lawrenceburg, 33:54

3. Brittany Rademacher, 27, Guilford, 41:05

4. Lindsay McFelea, 26, Lawrenceburg, 41:05

5. Bobbie Purvis, 44, Dillsboro, 41:46

6. Emma Purvis, 12, Dillsboro, 43:41

7. Tracey Robbins, 48, Lawrenceburg, 44:55

8. Bill Steiner, 63, Lawrenceburg, 45:49

9. Tim Fischern, 55, Greensburg, 46:01

10. Jamie Gish, 49, Lawrenceburg, 49:06

 

Age group winners:

 

WOMEN UNDER 20 - 6. Emma Purvis, 12, Dillsboro, 43:41

WOMEN 20-39 - 3. Brittany Rademacher, 27, Guilford, 41:05

WOMEN 40 & UP - 2. Jenna Baumgartner, 52, Lawrenceburg, 33:54

 

MEN 40 & UP - 1. Bill Cannon, 47, West Harrison, 33:08

 

TOTAL MALE FINISHERS: 6

TOTAL FEMALE FINISHERS: 12

TOTAL WALKERS: 18

 

 

SOUTHEAST INDIANA

RACING CIRCUIT

2014 SIRC-it Schedule

 

Saturday, JULY 12 – Trojan Trot 5K Run/Walk – St. Leon American Legion Post 464, 8:30 a.m. (Men’s 5K Run Winner: Joe Rector, 17:40; Women’s 5K Run Winner: Lisa Andi, 19:08; Men’s 5K Walk Winner: Bill Cannon, 33:08; Women’s 5K Walk Winner: Jenna Baumgartner, 33:54)

 

Saturday, JULY 19 – Lakeside 5K Run/Walk – Franklin County High School, Brookville, 8:30 a.m.– Race dierctor: Brian Holland - BHolland@fccsc.k12.in.us.

 

Saturday, JULY 26 – Shiner Dash 5K Run/Walk – Rising Sun High School, 8:30 a.m. – Race director: Caitlin Sauerhage - CSauerhage@risingsun.k12.in.us.

 

Saturday, AUGUST 2 – Knight Flight 5K Run/Walk– Weber Sports, 238 Main St., Aurora, 8:30 a.m. – Race director: Jeremy Baney - Jeremy.Baney@sdcsc.k12.in.us.

 

Saturday, AUGUST 9 – Bulldog Chase 5K Run/Walk – Batesville Middle School, 8:30 a.m. – Race director: Lisa Gausman - LGausman@batesville.k12.in.us

 

WEBER SPORTS – 238 Main Street, Aurora, IN 47001 - puts up $1,000 that is given away at the Bulldog Chase by random drawing. You get your name in the drawing once for participating in 4 events and twice for participating in all 5 events.

Each event will be chip timed by Stuart Road Racing LLC

 

For details, on-line entry, go to www.StuartRoadRacing.com.

 

4th Annual

MACKENZIE STUART

MEMORIAL RACE

5K Fun Run & Walk

 

Thursday, July 10

At Dearborn Trail,

Aurora

 

5K RUN

(3.1 miles)

OVERALL MEN ’S WINNER

1. Joe Rector, 18, Aurora, 19:20

OVERALL WOMEN’S WINNER

12. Sadie Loveland, 17, Aurora, 24:13

 

Top 10 finishers:

1. Joe Rector, 18, Aurora, 19:20

2. Dustin Beach, 17, Dillsboro, 19:24

3. Jarod Davis, 17, Aurora, 19:27

4. Kyle Hall, 21, Richmond, 20:18

5. Nolan Bridges, 18, Aurora, 20:56

6. Sean Groves, 16, Dillsboro, 20:56

7. Adam Rector, 16, Aurora, 21:03

8. Chris Weissmann, 15, Aurora, 21:05

9. Matthew Bruner, 15, Dillsboro, 22:02

10. Sam Rector, 14, Aurora, 22:30

 

Top 10 women ‘s finishers:

12. Sadie Loveland, 17, Aurora, 24:13

13. Erika Beil, 16, Aurora, 24:40

15. Alexis Brasier, 20, Richmond, 25:32

16. Rachel Rohe, 11, Aurora, 26:55

18. Brooke Rohe, 12, Aurora, 27:05

19. Madison Van Winkle, 16, Moores Hill, 27:06

20. Taylor Grehl, 15, Aurora, 27:23

22. Leanna Weissmann, 44, Aurora, 27:42

23. Theresa Canfield, 58, Greendale, 27:52

26. Shelby Beil, 15, Aurora, 29:44

 

 

 

 

 
SPORTS TRIVIA 07-15 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Report   
Monday, July 14, 2014 11:27 AM

Trivia

Q: Cincinnati third baseman Todd Frazier became seventh Reds player ever to participate in Major League Baseball's pre-All-Star Game Home Run Derby Monday night in Minneapolis. Name those five previous Reds Home Run Derby participants.

A: Dave Parker (1985, 1986), Eric Davis (1989), Paul O'Neill and Chris Sabo (both 1991), Reggie Sanders (1995) and Ken Griffey Jr. (2000). Davis won the '89 competition with three homers at Anaheim, Calif., and Parker won in '85 with six at The Metrodome in Minneapolis.

 

Today in …

1994 – Mercurial Albert Belle of the Indians has hit bat confiscated during a 3-2 Cleveland win over the White Sox at Comiskey Park in Chicago. Sox manager Gene Lamont alleges that Belle's bat is corked. The bat in question is removed to the umpires' locker room. But, before the game ends, someone breaks in through the ceiling tiles, replaces the bat, and exits via the same route. After the switch is discovered, the umps send a bat thought to be the original to the American League office in New York, where it is x-rayed and found to contain cork. AL president Bobby Brown suspends Belle for 10 days, although an appeal will reduce the sentence to seven days. The Indians later acknowledge that someone connected with the club had switched bats, but decline to identify the individual. Five years later, Jason Grimsley, who pitched for the Indians in 1994, admits that he was the ceiling tile bandit.


Birthdays

Reds catcher Eugene (Bubbles) Hargrave, born 1892 in New Haven, Ind. Reds outfielder Chris Denorfia, born 1980.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
OBERTO'S BAD START GIVES GOVERNOR'S CUP TO KELLY PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Report   
Friday, July 11, 2014 1:15 PM

MADISON, Ind. - Jimmy Shane’s Oberto/Miss Madison unlimited hydroplane was first across the line at the start of the final heat in the 64th running of the Madison Regatta Indiana Governor's Cup on the Ohio River Sunday, July 6.

Penalized after the finish for the early start – by 15 feet – Shane ceded the Governor's Cup title to J. Michael Kelly in the Graham Trucking boat.

The victory was the second of Kelly’s career in the American Power Boat Association's H1 Unlimited Hydroplane series, and his first since November, 2009.

 
DISCOVERING KIRTLEY BAKER - COUNTY'S FIRST MAJOR LEAGUER DIED IN 1927 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jim Buchberger   
Wednesday, July 09, 2014 1:20 PM

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It started with a simple glance at the list of baseball player birthdays to update the twice-weekly sports trivia box feature in these newspapers.

“Kirtley Baker,” it read. “Born in Aurora, Ind., June 24, 1869.”

Curiosity led us to this story today, after hours of research – and an abortive hunt for surviving relatives.

After all, the 5’9”, 160-pound right-handed pitcher from the game’s Dead Ball Era – nicknamed Whitey – is believed to be Dearborn County’s first-ever major leaguer.

Moores Hill's strapping Walt (Smoke) Justis pitched two games, for a total of 3-1/3 innings, for the Detroit Tigers in 1905, before deciding he didn't want to travel.

Last Updated on Wednesday, July 09, 2014 2:24 PM
 
ALLIGATOR GAR TEST GEAR, ANGLER STRENGTH - OUTDOORS WITH DON COLUMN PDF Print E-mail
Written by Don Mulligan   
Wednesday, July 09, 2014 1:18 PM

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PALESTINE, Texas -- Despite a face not even its mother could love, the alligator gar is a prized trophy for serious big-fish anglers.

Bested only by the sturgeon for the biggest freshwater fish in North America title, these prehistoric fish can grow to 400 pounds and are primarily found in muddy rivers and sloughs across the southern United States.

It is believed some range as far north as the Ohio River, but few are ever seen here.

Of the different subspecies of gar, the alligator gar is by far the biggest – and most ominous looking.

Their broadened snout barely hides two rows of pointed, sharp teeth that can reach up to one inch long in large older females.

Last Updated on Wednesday, July 09, 2014 2:06 PM
 
34TH ST. MARTIN'S 5K RUN CONTINUES SUNDAY, JULY 27 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Report   
Wednesday, July 09, 2014 1:17 PM

YORKVILLE – Although the parish has been consolidated into the All Saints Church campuses, the St. Martin's 5K Country Run will continue – for a 34th consecutive year - Sunday, July 27.

Dearborn County's longest-running road rade, a longtime feature of the St. Martin's Church festival, is scheduled for a 9:30 a.m. start July 27.

The 3.1-mile course starts in front of St. Martin's Church, proceeding north on York Ridge Road and back, completely on asphalt roads, with some small hills.

Registration is $8 for all runners prior to race day. Race day registration will be $10. Official race t-shirts will be available for an extra $10.

Awards will be presented to the overall men's and women's winners, plus the top three finishers in each age group for men and women, including 14 and under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59 and 60 and over.

St. Martin's signature Most Improved Runner award also will be presented. Candidates must have completed the 2013 race and be pre-registered to qualify. An award for the top Masters runner also will be given.

Modern restroom facilities will be available in the parish hall before and after the race. Water will be available at the start-finish line and on the course during the race. Split times will be given at each mile.

Defending St. Martin's Country Run winners from 2013 include men's overall champion Jordan Brown (18:15) and women's winner Alexandra Stevens (20:25).

Top Masters runner a year ago was Aurora's Jim Rector, with the Most Improved Runner award going to Tony Mapes.

For more information contact race directors Joe Rauch at (812) 623-2097 or Theresa and Mark Widolff at (812) 487-2665.

 

 

 

 
MAVTV 'DIRTY 30' COVERAGE COMES TO L'BURG SEPT. 27 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Report   
Wednesday, July 09, 2014 1:16 PM

CORONA, Calif. - Race fans across America, already exposed to spectacular auto racing coverage through MAVTV’s “Dirty 30” programming, can see more Indiana sprint car action on that network this season.

Several USAC National Sprint Car Series events areslated for broadcast in the next five months, including the Sept. 27 City of Lawrenceburg Fall Nationals season finale at Lawrenceburg Speedway.

This week, MAVTV will offer exclusive coverage of the Tony Hulman Classic, conducted in May at the Terre Haute Action Track. The 12:30 and 3:30 ET airings are scheduled for today (Thursday).

 
SCOREBOARD 07-10 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Report   
Wednesday, July 09, 2014 1:10 PM

Running

 

SOUTHEAST INDIANA

RACING CIRCUIT

2014 SIRC-it Schedule

 

Saturday, JULY 12 – Trojan Trot 5K Run/Walk – St. Leon American Legion Post 464, 8:30 a.m. – Race director: Steve Cotherman - SCotherman@comcast.net

Saturday, JULY 19 – Lakeside 5K Run/Walk – Franklin County High School, Brookville, 8:30 a.m.– Race dierctor: Brian Holland - BHolland@fccsc.k12.in.us

Saturday, JULY 26 – Shiner Dash 5K Run/Walk – Rising Sun High School, 8:30 a.m. – Race director: Caitlin Sauerhage - CSauerhage@risingsun.k12.in.us

Saturday, AUGUST 2 – Knight Flight 5K Run/Walk– Weber Sports, 238 Main St., Aurora, 8:30 a.m. – Race director: Jeremy Baney - Jeremy.Baney@sdcsc.k12.in.us

Saturday, AUGUST 9 – Bulldog Chase 5K Run/Walk – Batesville Middle School, 8:30 a.m. – Race director: Lisa Gausman - LGausman@batesville.k12.in.us

 

WEBER SPORTS – 238 Main Street, Aurora, IN 47001 - puts up $1,000 that is given away at the Bulldog Chase by random drawing. You get your name in the drawing once for participating in 4 events and twice for participating in all 5 events.

Each event will be chip timed by Stuart Road Racing LLC

 

For details, on-line entry, go to www.StuartRoadRacing.com.

 

 

Auto racing

 

LAWRENCEBURG

SPEEDWAY

2014 Event Schedule

 

JULY 13 – USAC INDIANA SPRINT WEEK - Budweiser UMP Modifieds, Late Models

19 – Night of Destruction – School Bus Races, Monster Truck Freestyle, Mini-Van Demo Derby, much more

26 – Budweiser Fan Appreciation Night - Lawrenceburg Chevrolet Sprints, Budweiser UMP Modifieds, Impact Sports Pure Stocks, Bessler’s U Pull & Save Hornets

 

AUGUST 2 – Family Night at The Race 2 - Lawrenceburg Chevrolet Sprints/BOSS Sprint Car Series, Budweiser UMP Modifieds, Impact Sports Pure Stocks, Bessler’s U Pull & Save Hornets

16 – DICK GAINES MEMORIAL/Dog Daze of Summer - Lawrenceburg Chevrolet Sprints, Budweiser UMP Modifieds, Impact Sports Pure Stocks, Bessler’s U Pull & Save Hornets

23 – LUCAS OIL LATE MODEL SERIES - Plus Budweiser UMP Modifieds

30 – Racing In All Classes - Lawrenceburg Chevrolet Sprints, Budweiser UMP Modifieds, Impact Sports Pure Stocks, Bessler’s U Pull & Save Hornets

 

SEPTEMBER 6 – RODEO – Full-blown professional rodeo, barrel racing, bullriding, calf roping, tie-down roping, much more

13 – NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS/Final Points Race - Lawrenceburg Chevrolet Sprints, Budweiser UMP Modifieds, Impact Sports Pure Stocks, Bessler’s U Pull & Save Hornets

27 – FALL NATIONALS/Pretty In Pink – USAC Sprint Cars, Budweiser UMP Modifieds

 

Pit Gates Open: 4 p.m.

General Admission Gates Open: 5 p.m.

Hot Laps: 6 p.m.

Racing: 7 p.m.

 

 

Amsoil/USAC 2014

INDIANA SPRINT WEEK

 

Friday, JULY 11 - Gas City, IN - Gas City I-69 Speedway

Saturday, JULY 12 - Kokomo, IN - Kokomo Speedway

Sunday, JULY 13 - Lawrenceburg, IN - Lawrenceburg Speedway

Wednesday, JULY 16 - Terre Haute, IN - Terre Haute Action Track

Thursday, JULY 17 - Putnamville, IN - Lincoln Park Speedway

Friday, JULY 18 - Bloomington, IN - Bloomington Speedway

Saturday, JULY 19 - Haubstadt, IN - Tri-State Speedway

 


H.S. football

 

17th Annual

CROSSTOWN

SHOWDOWN

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 22

Ryle (Ky.) at Cooper (Ky.), 7 p.m.

 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 28

Fairfield (Ohio) vs Cincinnati Withrow (at Lockland Stadium), 7 p.m.

Madeira (Ohio) at Norwood (Ohio), 7 p.m.

Clinton-Massie (Ohio) at Blanchester (Ohio), 7:30 p.m.

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 29

Cincinnati Turpin at Cincinnati McNicholas, 5:30 p.m.

Lakota West (Ohio) vs. Loveland (Ohio) (at Yager Stadium, Oxford), 6 p.m.

Middletown (Ohio) vs. Dayton (Ohio) Marshall (at Welcome Stadium, Dayton), 7 p.m.

Cincinnati Sycamore at Cincinnal Walnut Hills, 7 p.m.

TAYLOR (OHIO) at LAWRENCEBURG, 7 p.m.

Cincinnati Elder at Cincinnati Oak Hills, 7:30 p.m.

EAST CENTRAL at HARRISON (OHIO), 7:30 p.m.

Cincinnati Colerain vs. Cincinnati LaSalle (at Yager Stadium, Oxford), 8:30 p.m.

Cincinnati Moeller vs. Pickerington North (Ohio) (at Crew Stadium, Columbus), 8:30 p.m.

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 30

Covington Catholic (Ky.) at Dixie Heights (Ky.), 1 p.m.

Bellevue (Ky.) vs. Finneytown (Ohio) (at Sheakley Athletics Center, University of Cincinnati), 2 p.m.

East St. Louis (Ill.) at Cincinnati St. Xavier, 3 p.m.

Anderson (Ohio) vs. Cincinnati Northwest (at Sheakley Athletics Center, University of Cincinnati), 5 p.m.

Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy vs. Middletown Fenwick (Ohio) (at Kings High School), 7 p.m.

Carlisle (Ohio) vs. Franklin (Ohio) (at Monroe High School), 7 p.m.

Stebbins (Ohio) at West Carrollton (Ohio), 7 p.m.

Beechwood (Ky.) vs. Mt. Healthy (Ohio) (at Sheakley Athletics Center, University of Cincinnati), 8 p.m.

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5

Conner (Ky.) at Simon Kenton (Ky.), 7 p.m.

Campbell County (Ky.) at Newport Catholic (Ky.), 7 p.m.

Oxford Talawanda (Ohio) at Kings (Ohio), 7:30 p.m.

Winton Woods (Ohio) at Hamilton (Ohio), 7:30 p.m.

 

Information, tickets: http://www.skylinecrosstownshowdown.com

 



 
SPORTS THIS WEEK 07-10 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Report   
Wednesday, July 09, 2014 1:08 PM

THURSDAY, JULY 10

Amateur Baseball

Lawrenceburg Summer Baseball at South Dearborn Summer Baseball (Highlander Field, South Dearborn H.S., Aurora – 2), 5 p.m.

 

FRIDAY, JULY 11

Motorcycle Racing

Lawrenceburg Motorcycle Speedway – Motorcycle Trophy Classes, Go-Kart Classes, ATV Classes, Gates Open 5 p.m., Sign-in 5-7 p.m., Practice 6 p.m., Racing 7:30 p.m.

 

SATURDAY, JULY 12

Running

2014 Southeastern Indiana Racing Circuit (SIRC-it) Race No. 1 – 8th Annual Trojan Trot 5K Run/Walk at St. Leon American Legion Post 464, 8:30 a.m. - First in 5-race summer 5K road racing series benefitting local high school cross country teams – On-line entry & information: www.stuartroadracing.com. Race director: Steve Cotherman: (812) 537-4429, e-mail: scotherman@comcast.net.

 

SUNDAY, JULY 13

Auto Racing

Lawrenceburg Speedway – USAC Amsoil National Sprint Car Series Indiana Sprint Week Race No. 3 – USAC Sprints, Budweiser UMP Modifieds, Late Models, Pit Gates Open 4 p.m., General Admission Gates Open 5 p.m., Hot Laps 6 p.m., Racing 7 p.m.

 

MONDAY, JULY 7

Amateur Baseball

Switzerland County at Lawrenceburg Summer Baseball (Pat O'Neill Field, Lawrenceburg H.S.), 6 p.m.

 

 

 
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