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SCOREBOARD 10-30
Written by Staff Report   
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 11:45 AM

H.S. volleyball

 

IHSAA REGIONALS

Tuesday, October 28

CLASS 4A

Indpls. Roncalli 26-25-25-25, Columbus East 25-23-20-23, final

CLASS 3A

Silver Creek 25-25-25, LAWRENCEBURG 19-5-20, final

CLASS A

Hauser 25-25-24-26, Indpls. Lutheran 22-19-26-24, final

 

 

IHSAA SEMISTATES

Saturday, November 1

CLASS 4A at Seymour

Avon (28-8) vs. Indpls. Roncalli (34-3), 11 a.m.

Floyd Central (30-7) vs. Indpls. Cathedral (30-4)

Championship, 7 p.m.

CLASS 3A at Jasper

Jasper (26-11) vs. Indpls. Brebeuf (18-6), 11 a.m.

Silver Creek (23-14) vs. Northview (34-3), 12:30 p.m.

Championship, 7 p.m.

CLASS A at Loogootee

Bloomfield (18-12) vs. Hauser (29-7), 11 a.m.

New Albany Christian Academy (31-4) vs. Barr-Reeve (20-5), 12:30 p.m.

Championship, 7 p.m.

 

H.S. football

 

IHSAA SECTIONALS

Second Round

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31

 

CLASS 4A - Sectional 23

EAST CENTRAL (7-3) at Shelbyville (5-5), 7 p.m.

Columbus East (10-0) at Madison (6-4)


CLASS 3A - Sectional 30

Rushville (4-6) at Hamilton Heights (8-2)

Guerin Catholic (7-3) at Batesville (8-2), 7 p.m.



Class 3A-Sectional 30

First Round

Golden Eagles 28,

Tigers 13

Friday, October 24

At Guerin Catholic

 

Lawerenceburg 7 0 0 6 -- 13

Guerin Catholic 0 6 8 14 -- 28

 

Scoring:

LB - 1Q - 0:35 - Zach Steuer 2-yd. run, Brandon Flaum kick (LB 7-0)

GC - 2Q - 1:10 - Matt Labus to Brian Matthews, kick blocked (LB 7-6)

GC - 3Q - 4:15 - Evan Hansen 34-yd. run, Labus to Dax Schnase (GC 14-7)

GC - 4Q - 7:11 - Labus 20-yd. run, Caleb Quick kick (GC 21-7)

LB - 4Q - 3:08 - Sam Fette to Jordon Kauffman 11-yd. pass, kick blocked (GC 21-13)

GC - 4Q - 2:59 - Labus to Matthews 34-yd. pass, Quick kick (GC 28-13)

 

Class 4A-Sectional 23

First Round

Olympians 82,

Knights 13

Friday, October 24

At Columbus East

 

South Dearborn 0 6 0 7 -- 13

Columbus East 28 27 27 0 -- 82

 

Team statistics: SD CE

First Downs 10 10

Rushing Att./Yds. XX 44/482

Passing Yards XX 123

Pass Cmpl./Att./Int. XX 3/6/1

Total Offense 605

Offensive Plays 65 50

Net Gain Per Play XX 12.1

Fumbles/Lost

Penalties/Yds. 3/30 11/110

Possession Time 28:45 19:15

 

Individual statistics:

RUSHING - SD: CE: Jones 11/238/5 TD, O'Neal 3/85/TD, Johnson 6/60/TD, Hogan 4/30, Voekler 4/25, Burbrink 2/23/TD, Major 9/21, McCarter 5/0.

PASSING - SD: CE: McCarter 3/6/123 yds./3 TD/Int.

RECEIVING - SD: CE: Myers 3/123/3 TD.

PUNT RETURNS - SD: CE: O'Neal 1/5, Campbell 2/4, Major 1/0.

INTERCEPTION RETURNS - SD: CE: Dwenger 1/29.

KICKOFFS - SD: CE: Krause 7/306, Cruite 6/297.

 

 

H.S. cross country

 

IHSAA GIRLS SEMISTATE

Saturday, October 25

At Carmel

5K - 3.1 miles

 

TEAM SCORES (Top 6 to state finals) - Carmel 40, Avon 72, Warren Central 131, Zionsville 139, Indpls. Cathedral 155, Hamilton SE 167, Noblesville 171, Franklin Central 221, Indpls. Brebeuf 232, Indpls. Pike 263, Plainfield 277, Center Grove 322, Brownsburg 347, Batesville 359, Connersville 405, Shelbyville 423, Union County 458, Greensburg 466, Southport 527, Indpls. Roncalli 533

 

Top 10 finishers:

1. Alexandra Dalton (GREENWD) 18:08

2. Taylor Nicholson (AVON) 18:23

3. Katherine Free (CATHEDRAL) 18:27

4. Haley Harris (CARMEL) 18:36

5. Samantha Woodford (PLAINFLD) 18:38

6. Mary Abramson (AVON) 18:39

7. Megan Kress (CARMEL) 18:41

8. Madison Vauters (MOORESVL) 18:51

9. Sydney Meyers (ZIONSVILLE) 18:55

10. Stacy Morozov (CARMEL) 18:55

 

Top 10 individuals (state qualifiers):

1. Alexandra Dalton (GREENWD) 18:08

5. Samantha Woodford (PLAINFLD) 18:38

8. Madison Vauters (MOORESVL) 18:51

14. Abigail Little (NOBLESVL) 18:58

16. Devon Leahy (WESTFLD) 19:11

19. Abby Crouch (NOBLESVL) 19:15

28 Mikayla Gallagher (BREBEUF) 19:31

29. Ashley Sedler (OLDENBRG) 19:34

30. Julia Popenfoose (BROWNSBG) 19:35

31. Corinne O'Leary (FISHERS) 19:39

 

Area teams:

14. BATESVILLE (359) - 38. Kelsey Gausman 20:00, 73. Mary Poltrack, 74. Sarah Poltrack, 76. Maria Wessel, 98. Emma Gausman, 111. Kathryn Baumer, 122. Kylie Lehman

15. CONNERSVILLE (405) - 50. Sarah Repp 20:31, 67. Morgan Hamilton, 77. Courtney Phillips, 103. Morgan West, 108. Shelby Woodward, 124. Kyla Russell, 134. Megan McNally

18. GREENSBURG (466) - 43. Shelby Pake 20:15, 70. Catherine Newhart, 106. Cameron Jones, 118. Allie Reisman, 129. Vanessa Brickett, 132. Mary Kate Porter, 138. Miranda Brandes

EAST CENTRAL - 116. Abby Bittner 21:38

 

 

IHSAA BOYS SEMISTATE

Saturday, October 25

At Carmel

5K - 3.1 miles

 

TEAM SCORES (Top 6 to state finals) - Carmel 62, Indpls. Brebeuf 89, Avon 126, Fishers 133, Indpls. North Central 154, Hamilton SE 168, Zionsville 195, Franklin Central 242, Greenfield-Central 254, Brownsburg 269, Indpls. Ritter 272, Warren Central 286, Center Grove 328, Indpls. Pike 414, Indpls. Roncalli 424, Franklin 442, Greenwood 466, Oldenburg Academy 467, Hagerstown 485, South Dearborn 517

 

Top 10 finishers:

1. Ben Veatch (CARMEL) 15:10

2. Zack Snider (BREBEUF) 15:30

3. Ethan Hoeft (LAWRENCE NO.) 15:49

4. Curt Eckstein (OLDENBURG) 15:50

5. Trevor Thompson (FISHERS) 15:56

6. Aaron Bennett (WESTFIELD) 15:59

7. Patrick O'Neall (CATHEDRAL) 16:00

8. John Tansy (PERRY MER) 16:00

9. Solomon Rice (NORTH CENT) 16:02

10. Teddy Browning (CARMEL) 16:04

 

 

Top 10 individuals (state qualifiers):

3. Ethan Hoeft (LAWRENCE NO.) 15:49

4. Curt Eckstein (OLDENBURG) 15:50

6. Aaron Bennett (WESTFIELD) 15:59

7. Patrick O'Neall (CATHEDRAL) 16:00

8. John Tansy (PERRY MER) 16:00

11. Griffin Miller (CENTER GRV) 16:05

13. Hariharan Sathyamurthy (BROWNSBG) 16:08

14. Tyler Lowhorn (WARREN CEN) 16:09

15. Samuel Henthorn (WESTFIELD) 16:11

16. Jonah Odell (RITTER) 16:13

 

Area teams:

18. OLDENBURG ACADEMY (467) - 3. Curt Eckstein 15:50, 74. Justin Fledderman, 119. Greg Schroeder, 135. Jared Hasselbring, 136. Gabe Grey, 137. Dave Kuntz, 140. Sam Hubert

20. SOUTH DEARBORN (517) - 81. Dustin Beach 17:38, 88. Jared Davis 17:46, 115. Adam Rector 18:20, 116. Chris Weissmann 18:21, 117. Nolan Bridges 18:22, 122. Jonathan Kittle 18:29, 130. Sean Groves 18:48

 

 

H.S. girls soccer

 

IHSAA STATE FINALS

Saturday, October 29

At Carroll Stadium, IUPUI

GIRLS CLASS A - Evansville Mater Dei (17-4-2) vs. Ft. Wayne Canterbury (13-6-1), 1 p.m.

GIRLS CLASS 2A - Carmel (18-1-3) vs. Fishers (15-1-6), 6 p.m.

 

H.S. boys soccer


IHSAA STATE FINALS

Saturday, October 29

At Carroll Stadium, IUPUI

CLASS A - Tri-West (20-0-1) vs. Guerin Catholic (21-2), 10:30 a.m.

CLASS 2A - Indpls. Brebeuf (19-4) vs. Goshen (19-2-1), 3:30 p.m.



 
SPORTS TRIVIA 10-30
Written by Staff Report   
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 11:43 AM

Trivia

Q: Kansas City's 10-0 win over the San Francisco Giants in Tuesday's sixth game of the World Series forced Game Seven Wednesday night at the Royals' home ballpark, Kauffman Stadium. Name the last visiting team to win Game Seven in the World Series.

ANSWER BELOW

 

Today in …

1994 - Brazilian soccer authorities order a national peace day in response to outbreaks of fan violence, but the edict has no effect on players during a match betweeen Palmeiras and defending World Cup champion Sao Paolo, in Sao Paulo. Six players are ejected after a mass brawl that riot police are needed to break up. Palmeiras star Edmundo, sent off the pitch following a reckless tackle, trades insults with the Sao Paolo bench, slaps one player, punches another in the face and aims a kick toward the groin of a third. Edmundo says he is justified in committing general mayhem because a Sao Paolo player insuluted his mother. The contest ends in a 2-2 draw.

 

Birthdays

BYU quarterback Ty Detmer, born 1967. Bengals linebacker Jim LeClair, born 1950.


TRIVIA ANSWER

A: The "We Are Family" Pittsburgh Pirates bounced back from a 3-1 series deficit in games to defeat the Baltimore Orioles in Game Seven of the 1979 World Series at Memorial Stadium, winning 4-1 on a combined four-hitter by Grant Jackson and Kent Tekulve, with Willie (Pops) Stargell hitting his third home run in the series.

 

 

 
LADY TIGERS SPIKE 1ST SECTIONAL TITLE SINCE 2005
Written by Staff Report   
Monday, October 27, 2014 2:13 PM
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BROOKVILLE - What was considered a slam-dunk after Thursday night's shockingly easy 3-0 first-round win over nine-time defending champ Batesville came to pass Saturday in IHSAA Class 3A Sectional 29 volleyball at Franklin County.

Lawrenceburg's Lady Tigers, now 32-4, captured its first sectional championship since 2005 with equally routine wins over South Dearborn (25-7, 25-8, 25-10) in the afternoon and Greensburg (25-20, 25-11, 25-15) in the evening final.

"I was very pleased with how well we played in all three matches of the sectional," said LHS coach Staci Knigga. "Our seniors, Sophia Sandford, Riley Brunner and Paxton Parris. all played extremely well. It was a team effort but we could definitely feel their senior leadership.

"Our team set a goal in November of 2013 to win Sectional 29. Their hard work and dedication this past year has helped us reach our goal."

 
GODD GRIEF! NO. 1 L'BURG GIRLS RETURN TO FINAL 4, EDGED IN PK
Written by Jim Buchberger   
Monday, October 27, 2014 1:34 PM | Updated ( Monday, October 27, 2014 1:47 PM )
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EVANSVILLE - A game official said it himself during Saturday’s IHSAA girls soccer Class A semistate at Evansville North’s Bundrant Stadium.

“The thing about soccer is that the best team doesn’t always win.”

That proved all too true for Lawrenceburg’s Lady Tigers, who carried the state coaches’ poll’s No. 1 bullseye on their back for a second-straight season heading into the four-team Final Eight event Saturday.

Coach Bill Offutt’s deep and talented Tigers (17-3 final) came through again in their 12 noon (local time) semifinal, exploding for a 3-1 win over previously unbeaten Triton Central (19-1 final) after a tense, scoreless first half.

But fate, and a huge hometown advantage for semistate host No. 4 Evansville Mater Dei (17-4-2) conspired to stop LHS, one win shy of its third bid for a state championship game berth, in the nighttime final.

"I'm still stewing a little bit," said Offutt, contacted Monday. "We just couldn't drop one in. It was a quiet bus ride home for awhile, but the girls started chatting after some time. The thing I liked was that they all had a chance to go home with their parents, but most of them stuck together to take the bus.

 
UNDERDOG TIGERS START WELL IN 28-13 LOSS AT GUERIN
Written by Jim Buchberger   
Monday, October 27, 2014 1:32 PM | Updated ( Monday, October 27, 2014 2:10 PM )
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NOBLESVILLE - Lawrenceburg football, headed to No. 10 Guerin Catholic with images of upset in mind in Friday's Class 3A Sectional 30 opener, couldn't have asked for a better start.

A 17-point underdog going in, coach Ryan Knigga's Tigers (7-3 final), essentially stuffed the hosts' run game, holding the potent Golden Eagles (7-3) to a single first-half touchdown, at 1:10 before halftime.

They also dominated possession, taking the 7-0 lead with 35 seconds left in the first period on a two-yard blast by the game's leading rusher, senior Zach Steuer (30 carries, 140 yards). LHS rattled off 17 plays covering 80 yards on that initial drive, producing five first downs en route to 8-10 third down conversions in the half.

But the chief reasons for the Eagles' second-half rally for a 28-13 win reared up just before halftime.

Guerin QB Matt Labus (12-21 passing, 225 yards), an adept scrambler who throws accurately on the run, hooked up with 6'3" wide receiver Brian Matthews (8 catches, 149 yards) for a 14-yard score, the first of the duo's two TD completions.

 
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