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TWO ADVANCE FROM GIRLS GOLF SECTIONAL SITES
Written by Staff Report   
Monday, September 22, 2014 12:48 PM

Dearborn County girls golf advanced two individual regional qualifiers from their separate IHSAA sectional sites Saturday.

South Dearborn senior Anna Hensley was the top non-team qualifier from Sectional 24 at Madison's Sunrise Municipal Golf Course, shooting a 16-over par 88 (49-39) for the 18-hole first round of state tournament play.

In Sectional 18 at Greensburg, East Central senior Skylar McMahon extended her fall season, as well, as the top individual regional qualifier with an 18-hole score of 92 (48-44).

EC's Lady Trojans, coached by Mark Sandmann, just missed out on advancing as a team to this coming Saturday's IHSAA regional at Westwood Golf Course, New Castle. They finished fourth, just shy of the top three qualifying spots, at 400.

 
HAPPY HOMECOMING WINNER 24-21 - ANDERSON FG WITH :02 LEFT LIFTS KNIGHTS
Written by Staff Report   
Monday, September 22, 2014 12:46 PM | Updated ( Monday, September 22, 2014 1:23 PM )
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AURORA – Tanner Anderson's 24-yard field goal with two seconds left gave South Dearborn football homecoming a happy ending Friday, 24-21 over Greensburg.

Coach Chris Nobbe's Knights, now 2-3, handed the luckless Pirates (0-5) their fourth fourth-quarter heartbreak in five games, driving from their own 40-yard line to the Greensburg six with 6.7 seconds left.

Pirates coach Scott Moore, whose team scored a touchdown and two-point conversion to tie the contest at 21-all with 5:59 remaining, called time out in an attempt to ice SD's veteran placekicker Anderson.

Partially deflected at the line of scrimmage under an intense rush by Greensburg, Anderson's kick nevertheless got just inside the right upright to send the hometown fans home happy.

“The kids did a tremendous job of staying together throughout the game,” Nobbe said. “We played as a strong team during the game and created opportunities for ourselves.

 
TIGERS ROUT FC IN 2ND HALF, 43-15
Written by Jim Buchberger   
Monday, September 22, 2014 12:45 PM | Updated ( Monday, September 22, 2014 1:28 PM )
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BROOKVILLE – Lawrenceburg football pulled off yet another second-half comeback victory, 43-15, after trailing 15-14 at halftime Friday night at Franklin County.

While this one lacked the drama of the previous week's 47-46 shootout over Greensburg, Tigers (3-2 overall) sent Wildcats senior QB Kohl Holmes to the sideline with an ankle injury at 6:37 in the second quarter.

Franklin County was forced to go with sophomore Blake Ripperger (0-7 passing, 3 interceptions) the rest of the way, which was one factor in Lawrenceburg's 29-0 second-half margin.

But it took more than a little nudge to get the LHS offense clicking in the third.

 
'BAD BOY' SWAGGER RETURNS - EC FOOTBALL HANDLE DOGS IN 2ND HALF, 21-7
Written by Jim Buchberger   
Monday, September 22, 2014 12:43 PM | Updated ( Monday, September 22, 2014 1:35 PM )
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ST. LEON - The pride is coming back to the black-and-red jerseys of East Central football.

Trojans’ dominating second half performance in Friday’s 21-7 win over defending EIAC 3A Division champion Batesville, ranked No. 6 in last week’s state coaches’ poll, not only halted the Bulldogs’ 13-game regular season win streak.

Judging from EC’s electric sideline atmosphere - in the context of last year’s 4-6 slump and another 0-3 start this season - the big-game rivalry victory should go a long way to restoring the Trojans’ famed “Bad Boy” swagger.

“Winning is always important, however you're playing,” said EC head coach Justin Roden. “This game was slightly more important because of the way Batesville dominated us last year. I felt like we were the more physical team and set the tone with our physical play. One of our most important goals this season was to get back to playing physical "Bad Boy" football. I think we did that Friday.”

 
SCOREBOARD 09-23
Written by Staff Report   
Monday, September 22, 2014 12:00 PM

H.S. football

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

EAST CENTRAL 21, Batesville 7

SOUTH DEARBORN 24, Greensburg 21

LAWRENCEBURG 43, Franklin County 15

 

Eastern Ind. Athletic Conference:

Rushville 28, Connersville 25

 

Class 4A Sectional 23:

COLUMBUS EAST 56, New Albany 0

GREENWOOD 21, Plainfield 10

MADISON 17, Jennings County 14

SHELBYVILLE 37, Greenfield-Central 13

 

Class 3A Sectional 30:

GUERIN CATHOLIC 61, Indpls. Broad Ripple 6

HAMILTON HTS. 34, Eastern (Greentown) 8

INDIAN CREEK 63, Brown County 7

Indpls. Shortridge 32, INDPLS. MARSHALL 18

 

Other area games:

Milan 48, North Decatur 18

South Decatur 46, Oldenburg Academy 21

 

 

EASTERN INDIANA

ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

2014 Varsity Football

STANDINGS

(Through Sept. 19)

 

4A DIVISION

School All Div. Pts. PA

Connersville 3-2 2-0 155 117

EAST CENTRAL 2-3 1-0 89 120

SO. DEARBORN 2-3 0-1 62 135

Franklin County 2-3 0-2 92 143

 

3A DIVISION

School All Div. Pts. PA

Batesville 4-1 1-0 138 84

LAWRENCEBURG 3-2 1-0 150 84

Rushville 1-4 0-1 87 127

Greensburg 0-5 0-1 138 184

 

 

Trojans 21,

Bulldogs 7

Friday, Sept. 19

At St. Leon

 

Batesville 7 0 0 0 -- 7

East Central 7 0 7 7 -- 21

 

Scoring:

EC - 1Q - 5:23 - Luke Patton 20-yd. run, Nick Stidham kick (EC 7-0)

BV - 1Q - 2:10 - Connor Schuck 1-yd. run, Peter Heil kick (7-7)

EC - 3Q - 3:55 - Patton 1-yd. run, Stidham kick (EC 14-7)

EC - 4Q - 11:52 - Patton 12-yd. run, Stidham kick (EC 21-7)

 

Team statistics: EC BV

First Downs 16 17

Rushing Att./Yds. 38/194 27/78

Passing Yards 100 225

Pass Cmpl./Att./Int. 7/12/1 16/30/0

TOTAL OFFENSE 294 303

Offensive Plays 50 57

Net Gain Per Play 5.8 5.3

Fumbles/Lost 0/0 1/1

Penalties/Yards 6/37 2/21

Punts/Avg. 3/33.0 3/35.0

Punt Returns/Yds. 2/11 1/11

Kick Returns/Yds. 2/22 4/33

Int. Returns/Yds. 0/0 1/0

Possession Time 24:45 21:52

Sacks By/Yds. 1/5 1/6

 

Individual statistics:

RUSHING – EC: Patton 22 att./121 yds./3 TD, Keilholz 13/65, Rosemeyer 2/8. BV: Schuck 13/42/TD, Koehne 5/21, Heil 1/7, Schebler 3/4, Mears 4/4, Ayette 1/0.

PASSING – EC: Patton 7 compl./12 att./100 yds./0 TD/Int. BV: Schuck 16/29/225/0 TD/0 Int.

RECEIVING – EC: Hoog 1 rec./58 yds., Kammer 3 rec./13, Moser 3/29. BV: Wilson 4/63, Koehne 3/59, Heil 4/51, Schebler 4/50, Mears 1/2.

INTERCEPTION RETURNS - BV: Williamson 1 ret./0 yds.

SACKS - EC: Seiwert 1 sack/5 yds. BV: Gudgeon 1/6.

DEFENSE – EC: Frick 7 solo tackles/0 assists, Ward 5/2, Greiwe 5/0, Seiwert 4/1, Fox 3/2, Dunn 3/1, Mitts 2/2, Rosemeyer 2/1, Fette 1/3, Theobald 1/1, Bonomini 1/1, Kammer 1/0, Mirus 0/2.

 

Tigers 43,

Wildcats 15

Friday, September 19

At Brookville

 

Lawrenceburg 14 0 22 7 -- 43

Franklin County 8 7 0 0 -- 15

 

Scoring:

LB - 1Q - 6:55 - Zach Steuer 29-yd. run, Brandon Flaum kick (LB 7-0)

FC - 1Q - 5:58 - Jacob Gray 63-yd. run, Kohl Holmes 2-pt. run (FC 8-7)

LB - 1Q - 4:05 - Steuer 10-yd. run, Flaum kick (LB 14-8)

FC - 2Q - 11:50 - Cole McCreary 4-yd. run, Kenny Fields kick (FC 15-14)

LB - 3Q - 9:34 - Steuer 5-yd. run, Steuer 2-pt. run (LB 22-15)

LB - 3Q - 3:07 - Sam Fette to Ben Murphy 40-yd. pass, Flaum kick (LB 29-15)

LB - 3Q - 1:38 - Mason Parris 25-yd. interception return, Flaum kick (LB 36-15)

LB - 4Q - 7:38 - Fette to Jordon Kauffman, Flaum kick (LB 43-15)

 

Team statistics: LB FC

First Downs 21 18

Rushing Att./Yds. 34/250 49/213

Passing Yards 236 29

Pass Cmpl./Att./Int. 12/18/1 1/8/3

TOTAL OFFENSE 486 242

Offensive Plays 52 57

Avg. Gain Per Play 9.3 4.2

Fumbles/Lost 1/1 1/0

Penalties/Yds. 11/85 5/45

3rd Down Conv. 4/8 7/17

4th Down Conv. 2/2 0/0

 

Individual statistics:

RUSHING - LB: Steuer 19 att./138 yds./3 TD, Fette 10/90, Houze 3/19, McNaughton 2/3. FC: McCreary 32/142, Gray 8/55/TD, Ripperger 5/14, Holmes 3/1, Orschell 1/1.

PASSING - LB: Fette 12 compl./18 att./236 yds./2 TD/Int. FC: Holmes 1/1/29 yds./0 TD/0 Int., Ripperger 0/7/3 Int.

RECEIVING - LB: Murphy 3 rec./84 yds./TD, Kauffman 3/74/TD, Heist 2/51, Steuer 1/14, Martin 3/13. FC: Laughlin 1/29.

 

 

Knights 24,

Pirates 21

Friday, September 19

At Aurora

 

Greensburg 0 13 0 8 -- 21

South Dearborn 14 0 0 10 -- 24

Scoring:

SD - 1Q - 7:05 - Evan Oatman to K.J. Probst 84-yd. pass, Tanner Anderson kick (SD 7-0)

SD - 1Q - 2:02 - Oatman 34-yd. run, Anderson kick (SD 14-0)

GB - 2Q - 11:18 - Drew Foster 44-yd. run, Zach Fong kick (SD 14-7)

GB - 2Q - 7:47 - Trent Black 20-yd. run, pass failed (SD 14-13)

SD - 4Q - 8:03 - Oatman to Corey Frazer 16-yd. pass, Anderson kick (SD 21-13)

GB - 4Q - 5:59 - Foster 5-yd. run, Foster to Alex Pokrzywinski 2-pt. pass (21-21)

SD - 4Q - 0:02 - Anderson 24-yard field goal (SD 24-21)

 

 

Team statistics: SD GB

First Downs 12 13

Rushing Att./Yds. 28/176 39/198

Passing Yards 196 43

Pass Cmpl./Att./Int. 9/21/0 3/4/0

TOTAL OFFENSE 372 241

Offensive Plays 49 43

Avg. Gain Per Play 7.5 5.6

Fumbles/Lost 1/1 0/0

Penalties/Yds. 9/60 5/40

Punts/Avg. 3/39.3 NA

3rd Down Conv. 5/12 4/10

4th Down Conv. 1/1 0/0

 

Individual statistics:

RUSHING - SD: Oatman 8 att./63 yds./TD, Rudisell 7/53, Kirkey 1/41. GB: Black 18/125/TD, Foster 17/78/2 TD.

PASSING - SD: Oatman 8 compl./21 att./194 yds./2 TD/0 Int. GB: Foster 5/9/62 yds./0 TD/0 Int.

RECEIVING - SD: Probst 2 rec./117 yds./TD, Frazer 4/64/TD. GB: Black 2/32, Ruble 2/21.

PUNTS – SD: Anderson 3 att./118 yds./39.3 avg.

KICKOFFS – SD: Anderson 5 att./237 yds./47.4 avg.

KICK RETURNS – SD: Probst 2 ret./28 yds., Dae.Lane 1/16, Disbro 1/20.

DEFENSE – SD: A.Lane 3 solo tackles/8 assists/sack/tackle for loss/forced fumble, Terrell 2/8, Disbro 3/6, Carpenter 2/5/sack, England 2/5/pass breakup, Rudisell 3/2, Espedilla 2/2, Bugni 1/4, Hensley 1/3, Probst 1/3, Neff 0/4

 

 

H.S. girls golf

 

IHSAA SECTIONAL

Saturday, Sept. 20

At Greensburg CC

Par 35-35 – 70

 

TEAM SCORES (Top 3 to regional) – Columbus North 318, Columbus East 325, Batesville 380, East Central 400, Greensburg 408, North Decatur 434, Rushville 439, South Ripley 442, Oldenburg Academy 454, South Decatur 473, Milan 518, Jac-Cen-Del 519

 

Top 3 individuals:

1. Madison McCreary (BV) 71

2. Sydney Anderson (CN) 74

3. Abby Frazier (CE) 75

 

Individual regional qualifiers:

1. Skylar McMahon (EC) 92

2. Megyn Kirchhoff (RV) 94

3. Brianna Stagge (GB) 95 *

* - Won playoff

 

Area teams:

EAST CENTRAL (400) – Skylar McMahon 48-44--92, Stephanie Bedinghaus 46-54--100, Kristi Ryan 51-52--103, Kasey McMahon 55-50--105, Megan Whitaker 51-61--112

 

 

IHSAA SECTIONAL

Saturday, September 20

At Madison

Par 36-36--72

 

TEAM SCORES (Top 3 to regional): Madison 326, Jennings County 411, Scottsburg 428, Southwestern (Hanover) 454, South Dearborn 485, Henryville 490, Switzerland County 508, Lawrenceburg 525. Inc.: Madison Shawe, Austin.

 

Top 5 finishers:

1. Amanda Detmer (MAD) 72

2. Emma Beasley (MAD) 75

3. Abbi Wynn (MAD) 83

4. Anna Hensley (SD) 88

5. Kassie Whitehead (JC) 89

 

Individual regional qualifiers:

1. Anna Hensley (SD) 88

2. Carson Hambrick (MS) 90

3. Devan Gabbard (AUS) 92

 

Area teams:

SOUTH DEARBORN (475) - Anna Hensley 49-39--88, Makaila Bible 52-52--104, Ashlee Fortner 67-71--138, Courtney Teaney 77-68--145

LAWRENCEBURG (525) - Autumn Baker 50-58--108, Bailee Johnson 70-64--134, Claire Nagle 71-66--137, Whitney Smart 77-69--146

 

 

Auto racing

 

LAWRENCEBURG

SPEEDWAY

2014 Event Schedule

 

SEPTEMBER 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.

 

 

 
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