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TOUTED PROSPECT GORDON'S TRANSFER DENIED BY IHSAA PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, July 21, 2014 11:43 AM

INDIANAPOLIS – In a rare move than may challenge the interpretation of “open enrollment” for athletes, the Indiana High School Athletic Association ruled high-profile high school basketball player Eron Gordon ineligible for the upcoming season Friday.

Gordon, a 6'2” junior-to-be is attempting to transfer from Indy North Central to Cathedral this fall.

He averaged 14.7 points and 4.4 rebounds as a sophomore at North Central and was named third team Super Team by the Star.

IHSAA commissioner Bobby Cox said in a message to The Indianapolis Star Friday that Gordon was deemed ineligible due to a transfer “primarily for athletic reasons,” as stated under Rule 19-4 of the IHSAA by-laws.

 
SCOREBOARD 07-22 PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, July 21, 2014 11:40 AM

Running

 

5th Annual

LAKESIDE 5K

RUN/WALK

Southeast Indiana

Racing Circuit 2014

Race No. 2

Saturday, July 19

At Franklin County H.S.,

Brookville

 

5K RUN

(3.1 miles)

OVERALL MALE WINNER

1. Joe Rector, 18, Aurora, 17:42

OVERALL FEMALE WINNER

5. Lisa Andi, 32, West Harrison, 19:03

 

Top 10 finishers:

1. Joe Rector, 18, Aurora, 17:42

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

3. Dustin Beach, 17, Dillsboro, 18:35

4. Sean Groves, 16, Dillsboro, 18:54

5. Lisa Andi, 32, West Harrison, 19:03

7. Michael Bradley, 17, Holton, 19:22

8. Alex Pruitt, 15, Lawrenceburg, 19:25

9. Ronnie McAllister, 49, Batesville, 19:26

10. Sean Gish, 18, Lawrenceburg, 19:31

6. Jim Cole, 43, Versailles, 19:19

 

Top 10 female finishers:

5. Lisa Andi, 32, West Harrison, 19:03

17. Megan Cole, 13, Versailles, 21:21

18. Sarah Oehlman, 21, Guilford, 21:45

20. Kelly Schoenefeld, 44, Lawrenceburg, 21:49

25. Kelli House, 34, Connersville, 22:39

27. Isabella Gramaglia, 17, Versailles, 22:48

30. Kelli McFadden, 28, Cleves, Ohio, 23:01

32. Kate Tekulve, 30, Oldenburg, 23:07

33. Ashley Harnishfeger, 17, Batesville, 23:21

34. Megan Hay, 17, Lawrenceburg, 24:12

 

Age group winners:

 

MEN UNDER 11 – 38. Adam Grant, 10, Laurel, 27:38

MEN 11-12 – 43. Drew Cannon, 12, West Harrison, 28:18

MEN 13-14 – 20. Sam Rector, 14, Aurora, 22:08

MEN 15-16 - 4. Sean Groves, 16, Dillsboro, 18:54

MEN 17-19 - 1. Joe Rector, 18, Aurora, 17:42

MEN 20-24 – 14. Derrick Moster, 21, Brookville, 20:22

MEN 25-29 – 34. Joe Paul, 27, West Harrison, 26:09

MEN 35-39 - 2. Justin Noppert, 38, Lawrenceburg, 18:12

MEN 40-44 - 6. Jim Cole, 43, Versailles, 19:19

MEN 45-49 – 8. Ronnie McAllister, 49, Batesville, 19:26

MEN 50-54 – 27. Mike Hamilton, 53, West Harrison, 25:21

MEN 55-59 – 55. Steven Kelts, 57, Batesville, 35:28

MEN 60-64 – 26. Stephen Stoll, 61, Harrison, Ohio, 24:56

MEN 65-59 – 17. Wayne Doehlman Sr., 69, Fairfield, Ohio, 21:51

MEN 70 & UP – 48. Jim Rector, 73, Aurora, 29:30

 

WOMEN UNDER 11 – 21. Kyla Ryan, 9, West Harrison, 26:40

WOMEN 11-12 – 34. Josie Selm, 11, Brookville, 30:42

WOMEN 13-14 - 17. Megan Cole, 13, Versailles, 21:21

WOMEN 15-16 – 14. Sarah Ruehl, 16, Lawrenceburg, 24:55

WOMEN 17-19 - 27. Isabella Gramaglia, 17, Versailles, 22:48

WOMEN 20-24 - 18. Sarah Oehlman, 21, Guilford, 21:45

WOMEN 25-29 - 30. Kelli McFadden, 28, Cleves, Ohio, 23:01

WOMEN 30-34 - 5. Lisa Andi, 32, West Harrison, 19:03

WOMEN 35-39 – 16. Rachel Pietrykowski, 37, Madison, 26:07

WOMEN 40-44 - 20. Kelly Schoenefeld, 44, Lawrenceburg, 21:49

WOMEN 45-49 – 19. Cindy Batta, 47, Harrison, Ohio, 26:27

WOMEN 50-54 – 32. LeeAnn Beiser, 52, Metamora, 29:55

WOMEN 60-64 – 38. Sherry Hyden, 60, Hamilton, Ohio, 24:51

WOMEN 65-69 – 45. Linda Borgman, 65, Batesville, 36:05

WOMEN 70 & UP – 46. Arlene Wilgenbusch, 72, Guilford, 36:06

 

TOTAL MALE FINISHERS: 58

TOTAL FEMALE FINISHERS: 56

TOTAL RUNNERS: 114

 

5K WALK

(3.1 miles)

 

OVERALL MALE WINNER

1. Bill Cannon, 48, West Harrison, 31:43

OVERALL FEMALE WINNER

2. Lindsay McFelea, 26, Lawrenceburg, 38:50

 

Top 8 finishers:

1. Bill Cannon, 48, West Harrison, 31:43

2. Lindsay McFelea, 26, Lawrenceburg, 38:50

3. Belinda Arthur, 56, New Palestine, 48:53

4. Marty Ryan, 45, West Harrison, 49:20

5. Connie Mitchell, 49, Lawrenceburg, 49:21

6. Brenda Bruns, 55, Lawrenceburg, 49:37

7. Jamie Gish, 49, Lawrenceburg, 50:07

8. Laura Priebe, 45, Lawrenceburg, 50:11

 

Age group winners:

 

MEN 40-49 - 1. Bill Cannon, 48, West Harrison, 31:43

 

WOMEN 20-29 - 2. Lindsay McFelea, 26, Lawrenceburg, 38:50

WOMEN 40-49 - 5. Connie Mitchell, 49, Lawrenceburg, 49:21

WINEB 50 & UP - 3. Belinda Arthur, 56, New Palestine, 48:53

 

TOTAL MALE FINISHERS – 2

TOTAL FEMALE FINISHERS – 6

TOTAL WALKERS – 8

 

 

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 (Men’s 5K Winner: Joe Rector, 17:42; Women’s 5K Run Winner: Lisa Andi, 19:03; Men’s 5K Walk Winner: Bill Bannon, 31:43; Women’s 5K Walk Winner, Lindsay McFelea 38:50)

 

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.

 

 

 

H.S. football

 

2014 Grange Insurance

ALL-STAR CLASSIC

Friday, July 18

At North Central H.S.,

Indianapolis

 

South All-Stars 30,

North All-Stars 2

 

North All-Stars 0 2 0 0 – 2

South All-Stars 13 3 0 14 – 30

 

Scoring:

1Q – 7:59 – South - Jake Purichia to Chad Kimbrough 10-yard pass, Brandon Dowers kick blocked (South 6-0)

1Q – 7:10 – South – Austin Leclere 32-yard interception return, Dowers kick (South 13-0)

2Q – 7:56 – South – Dowers 28-yard field goal (South 16-0)

2Q – 1:46 – North – Donavin O'Day tackle in end zone for safety (South 16-2)

4Q – 8:21 – South – Christian Perry 2-yard run, Dowers kick (South 23-2)

4Q – 6:19 – South – Nick Ferrer to Jaquan keys 50-yard pass, Dowers kick (South 30-2)

 

Team Statistics: North South

First Downs 6 20

by rushing 4 12

by passing 1 7

by penalty 1 1

Net Rush Yards 61 193

Rush Attempts 23 52

Avg. per rush 2.7 3.7

Net Pass Yards 26 193

Compl.-Att.-Int. 6-20-2 14-23-0

Avg. per Compl. 4.3 13.8

TOTAL OFFENSE 87 386

Offensive Plays 43 75

Avg. Gain Per Play 2.0 5.1

Fumbles/Lost 0/0 1/1

Penalties/Yards 3/14 7/115

Punts/Yards 8/275 4/137

Kickoffs/Yards 1/25 7/373

Touchbacks 0 2

Punt Returns/Yds. 1/2 3/126

Kickoff Ret./Yds. 4/92 0/0

Interceptions/Yds. Ret. 0/0 2/70/TD

Possession Time 18:38 29:22

3rd Down Conversions 0/9 8/14

4th Down Conversions 0/2 1/1

Red Zone Scores/Chances 0/0 3/3

Sacks By/Yards 1/10 1/8

 

 

Individual Statistics:

RUSHING – North: Mireles 6 att./24 yds, Woodard 3/11, Carroll 6/9, Oskam 1/8

Hooker 5/6, Preston 2/3. South: Perry 24/131/TD, Payton 13/59, Sanders 9/6, Purichia 4/2, Ferrer 2/-5.

PASSING – North: Preston 4 compl./12 att./29 yds./1 Int., Hooker 2/8/-3/1 Int. South: Ferrer 7/12/108 yds./1 TD/0 Int., Purichia 7/11/85 yds./1 TD/0 Int.

RECEIVING – North: Mireles 2 rec./7 yds., Bokun 1/12, Barrett 1/6, Deno 1/3, Carroll 1/-2. South: Kimbrough 4/42/TD, Kinnaman 4/38, Keys 2/60/TD, Wroblewski 2/26, Sanders 1/19, Gegner 1/8.

PUNTS – North: Walton 8/275 yds./34.4 avg./long 58. South: Leclere 4/138/34.2/long 41.

PUNT RETURNS – North: Cook 1/2. South: Brookins 2/106/long 86, Gilbert 1-20.

KICKOFF RETURNS – North: Carroll 1/38, Morgan 2/20, Mireles 1/25. South: None.

 

 

DEARBORN COUNTY

FOOTBALL ALL-STARS

(1973-present)

 

EAST CENTRAL

Indiana South All-Stars

1976 – Shawn Simonson, DL (alt.)

1978 – Greg Pettit, QB (alt.)

1980 – Joe Rauch, RB; Jeff Grote, WR; Rod Ballart, coach

1981 – Jim Ballart, LB (alt.)

1983 – Kyle Frondorf, QB

1984 – Steve Elmlinger, WR/DB

1985 – Jason Orndorff, WR; Rod Ballart, coach

1986 – Don Hoog, QB; Doug Hoog, TE

1987 – Don Stonefield, LB

1989 – Steve Craig, C (team captain); Jason Boyd, OT

1991 – Brad Schwing, G (team captain)

1993 – Randy Maxwell, TE; Rod Ballart, coach

1994 – Josh Martini, RB; Bill Wade, LB

1995 – Dawayne Gilbert, DB

2000 – Brad Hess, DL; Tim Behlmer, coach

2003 – Sam Truitt, WR

2006 – Chris Yost, DB

2008 – Kyle Pettit, P

2011 – Sean Bogardus, OT

2013 – Evan Fette, WR (injured); Payton Stonefield, LB/TE/LS (college)

 

LAWRENCEBURG

Indiana South All-Stars

1973 – Dick Meador, coach

1975 – Ron Slayback, DE

1976 – Ron Green, DE

1977 – Randy Ahaus, DE

1979 – Bob Bonta, LB; Brian Way, RB

1981 – Jeff Craven, LB

1985 – Barry Way, RB

1986 – Chris Green, RB; Jason Guard, LB

1987 – Chris Herrick, OT/DT; Glenn Crocker, coach

1988 – Charlie Scarber, OL/LB

1989- Brian Bischoff, OT

1993 – Kelcey Mucker, QB

1996 – Ryan Knigga, OL

1997 – Brian Sturgeon, TE

2006 – Bob Brookbank, coach

2013 – Chad Banschbach, RB (injured); Ryan Knigga, coach

 

 

 
SPORTS THIS WEEK 07-22 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Report   
Monday, July 21, 2014 11:38 AM

FRIDAY, JULY 25

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 26

Running

2014 Southeastern Indiana Racing Circuit (SIRC-it) Race No. 3 – 1st Annual Shiner Dash 5K Run/Walk at Rising Sun High School, 8:30 a.m. - Third in 5-race summer 5K road racing series benefitting local high school cross country teams – On-line entry & information: www.stuartroadracing.com. Race director: Caitlin Sauerhage - CSauerhage@risingsun.k12.in.us.

Auto Racing

Lawrenceburg Speedway – Budweiser Fan Appreciation Night – Lawrenceburg Chevrolet Sprints, Budweiser UMP Modifieds, Impact Sports Pure Stocks, Bessler's U-Pull-N-Save Hornets - Pit Gates Open 4 p.m., General Admission Gates Open 5 p.m., Hot Laps 6 p.m., Racing 7 p.m.

 

 

 
SPORTS TRIVIA 07-22 PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, July 21, 2014 11:24 AM

Trivia

Q: Twenty-five year old Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland won the British Open championship by two strokes over Rickie Fowler and Sergio Garcia Sunday, making him only the third PGA golf professional since 1934 to win his third major title before the age of 26. Name the first two.

A: Jack Nicklaus (1963 PGA Championship) and Tiger Woods (2000 British Open) both won their third major golf tournament championship before the age of 26.

 

Today in …

1884 – In a National League game at the Messer Street Gounds, in Providence, Rhode Island, Providence Grays pitcher Charlie Sweeney is ordered by manager Frank Bancroft to switch positions with right fielder Cyclone Miller in the ninth inning. The Grays hold a 6-2 lead over the Philadelphia Quakers (today's Phillies). Sweeney refuses, walking off the field. At the time, baseball's rules prohibited substitutions without the approval of the umpire, and the opposing team. So the Grays must play with eight men. Miller surrenders eight runs and the Grays lose 10-6. Sweeney is suspended and signs a contract with the St. Louis Maroons of the Union Association. Old Hoss Radbourn pitches nearly every game for the remainder of the season for Providence. He will finish with a 59-12 record, the most wins ever for a major league pitcher, as the Grays capture the NL pennant.

  

Birthdays

Giants pitcher Ryan Vogelsong, born 1977. Dodgers infielder Juan Uribe, born 1979.

 

 

 
Four races conclude Indiana Sprint WeekFour races conclude Indiana Sprint Week PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Report   
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 4:44 PM

Amsoil USAC's 2014 Indiana Sprint Week concludes this week with four-straight races, Wednesday through Saturday.

If the points race remains as tight as it is now, the finale at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt Saturday should be memorable.

Drivers Dave Darland, Chris Windom and Justin Grant are separated by just four points in the ISW standings.

 
Brookville's Lakeside 5K picks up SIRC-it Saturday  PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, July 16, 2014 4:41 PM

BROOKVILLE – The fifth annual Lakeside 5K Run & Walk marks the second race in the 2014 Southeast Indiana Racing Circuit (SIRC-it) series Saturday.

Starting time is set for 8:30 a.m. at Franklin County High School. Proceeds from the event benefit the FCHS cross country program.

Lakeside's 3.1-mile course, for a second-straight year, will follow the winter Frosty 5K circuit through downtown Brookville.

The race starts at the high school and proceeds down Wildcat Lane. Runners and walkers turn left on Oxford Pike, left again on Ind. 101, left on Fairfield Avenue and left into the Brookville town park.

The route then loops around first the shelter house and return via the same path - right on Oxford Pike, right on Whitewater Drive and right at the back entrance to the school property, finishing in front of the high school.

Race day registration is $20 with an official Lakeside 5K t-shirt, or $15 without the t-shirt. Check-in and race day registration opens at 7 a.m. Saturday and closes at 8:15 a.m.

Register on-line at: www.stuartroadracing.com.

Awards will be presented to the overall male and female 5K Run winners, plus the top three finishers in each age group, male and female.
5K Walk awards go to the top male and female finishers, plus male and female winners in each age group.

Age group divisions for the 5K Run, male and female, include: 10 & under, 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69 and 70 & over.
5K Walk age groups include: 19 & under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49 and 50 & over.

For more information contact race director John Jackson at (765) 465-9203 or e-mail: turfandsnow12@gmail.com.

On-line registration for the remaining three SIRC-it series races will close Aug. 1.

Last Updated on Thursday, July 17, 2014 1:34 PM
 
Bowden 99th Indiana Open golf champ at Otter Creek PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Report   
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 4:40 PM

After back-to-back Indiana Open wins in 1994-95, Bloomington's Craig Bowden decided to give it another shot - 19 years later.

He made the right decision. With a four day total of 18-under-par, 270 at Otter Creek GC, Bowden became the 99th Indiana Open Champion Thursday, July 10.

“I wanted to play this week just to see if I still had it in me,” said Bowden, a past PGA Tour player.

“I played in four events last year on the Web.com Tour, but my heart just wasn't in it. I have two little kids at home and was recently remarried and just in a different place than I had been in the past. This is the first time I decided to play competitively this year. I am definitely glad I made that decision.”

Bowden headed to the final day of the four day event one shot behind Andy Winings of Fishers.

Heading to the 10th tee, Bowden was 3-under-par for the day. For the first time during the week had the lead to himself.

Bowden continued to play steadily on the back nine, making his fourth birdie of the day on the par-four 11th hole.

He held onto this two shot lead heading to the par-four 16th hole, where he knocked it in from 160 yards for eagle – almost guaranteeing victory.

“Andy felt like he had an opportunity up until that point because he had a reachable par-five coming up,” Bowden said. “I was 160 yards away and I smoked an 8-iron. The flag happened to get in the way and it went in. At that point I knew I had won the event.”

With the win, Bowden became the ninth player to ever win the Indiana Open Championship three times. He plans to defend next year.

“This really means a lot to me,” Bowden said. “Hats off to Andy and Tyler (Duncan). They played great golf this week. I have always thought I was one of the best players in the state and to come out and shoot 18-under-par at Otter Creek - which I consider to be a difficult course - just feels great. I am elated. I think I still have a few Opens left in me. Let's see if we can get to five.”

Winings finished the event with a four day total of 15-under-par, 273. Bluffton's McCormick Clouser finished third, claiming low-amateur honors at 11-under-par.

 
Night Of Destruction wreaks havoc at L'burg Speedway  PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, July 16, 2014 4:39 PM

LAWRENCEBURG – Lawrenceburg Speedway host the fan-favorite mayhem of Night of Destruction this Saturday, July 19.

The evening's destructive schedule of events includes school bus races, monster truck freestyle, mini-van demolition derby, Hornet cars enduro racing and much more.

Gates open at 3 p.m., in time for a pre-event Pit Party and Meet & Greet with the monster truck drivers.

A pre-race concert will feature the classic rock/country/blues band Southern Highway.

The event begins at 6 p.m.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $7 for children ages 7-12. Kids under age 6 are admitted free, when accompanied by a paying adult.

Pit pass for fans of all ages is $25.

Lawrenceburg Speedway also will host a School Supplies Drive Saturday night, in conjunction with Kroger supermarkets.
For each school supplies item fans donate, they will receive a chance to win a $100 Kroger gift card.

Last Updated on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 4:41 PM
 
RAIN CURTAILS SPRINT WEEK AT LAWRENCEBURG PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, July 14, 2014 11:38 AM

LAWRENCEBURG - Rain – and a forecast for more thunderstorms – interrupted Sunday night’s Amsoil USAC Indiana Sprint Week stop at Lawrenceburg Speedway.

The National Sprint Car Series event was called after the third heat race had been completed. Third race in the scheduled seven-date mini-series, it will not be made up this year.

Chase Stockon was the fastest qualifier before the rains came, registering a fast lap time of 13.626 seconds on Lawrenceburg's 3/8-mile oval.

Indiana Sprint Week racing resumes Wednesday night at Terre Haute Action Track.

 
BOWDEN 99TH INDIANA OPEN CHAMP AT OTTER CREEK PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, July 14, 2014 11:33 AM

COLUMBUS, Ind. - After back-to-back Indiana Open wins in 1994-95, Bloomington's Craig Bowden decided to give it another shot - 19 years later.

He made the right decision. With a four day total of 18-under-par, 270 at Otter Creek GC, Bowden became the 99th Indiana Open Champion Thursday, July 10.

“I wanted to play this week just to see if I still had it in me,” said Bowden, a past PGA Tour player.

 
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