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NEW SEASON, SAME TROUBLE - EC CAN'T STOP CAMELS, 31-14
Written by Jim Buchberger   
Friday, August 22, 2014 10:56 PM | Updated ( Monday, August 25, 2014 4:01 PM )
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ST. LEON - East Central football's hopes for a turnaround season looked good for one half Friday night against first-time Kentucky Class 6A foe Campbell County.

Trojans, 4-7 a year ago, proved that one of its main 2013 weaknesses won't be a quick fix. Frequently whipped up front, especially in the defensive line, East Central saw a 14-13 halftime lead evaporate in a final 24 minutes that was all Camels, 31-14.

EC defense had few answers for the two-pronged read option running attack of Campbell County junior QB Carson Plessinger (142 yards, two TDs) and runningback Josh Carroll (79 yards, TD). Its own run game was somewhat effective early on a hot, extremely humid night at Trojan Field. After halftime, EC was unable to run effectively.

And, again, Trojan turnovers and penalties cropped up to bite, giving the Camels possession deep in EC territory three times, all of which resulted in CC scores.

“I felt like we competed and played physical,” said EC coach Justin Roden. “Their offensive line really wore us down in the second half. We made too many mistakes and at times tackled poorly. We need to clean that up as we look to improve this week. It was our first four-quarter football game, and that showed.”

 
SOUTH DEARBORN GIRLS SOCCER BOUNCES BACK 3-1 AT G'BURG
Written by Staff Report   
Friday, August 22, 2014 10:30 AM

GREENSBURG – A 4-1 season-opening loss to No. 14-ranked Oldenburg Academy three days earlier didn't bother South Dearborn girls varsity soccer one bit in Thursday's EIAC road opener.

With three different players scoring goals, coach John Litcholt's Lady Knights bounced right back for a 3-1 Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference win at Greensburg.

Thursday's match was less than three minutes old when SD took a 1-0 lead, on a strong run down the right side for the attacking goal by Kayla Rodgers.

 
COOK HAT TRICK IGNITES LADY TIGERS' COMEBACK, 4-1
Written by Staff Report   
Friday, August 22, 2014 9:59 AM | Updated ( Friday, August 22, 2014 11:19 AM )
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LAWRENCEBURG – When the two best high school girls soccer teams in Dearborn County, not to mention most of southeastern Indiana, hook up, sparks always fly.

That was the case again on a hot, humid Thursday night, as Lawrenceburg's No. 2-ranked (Class A) Lady Tigers host top 2A conference rival East Central.

Coach Bill Offutt's LHS varsity spotted Jim Lockwood's Lady Trojans the early 1-0 lead, then roared back with four unanswered goals to close out the victory – the last three of which came on junior Peighton Cook's hat trick.

“It’s always nice to play a solid game against a strong opponent like East Central,” said LHS coach Bill Offutt, whose team's next big test comes Saturday at Columbus North.

 
SD-L'BURG FOOTBALL KICKOFF MOVED BACK TO 7:30
Written by Staff Report   
Thursday, August 21, 2014 1:41 PM

AURORA - By mutual agreement between officials of the two schools, Friday night's football season opener between South Dearborn and Lawrenceburg, to be played at Knights Stadium, has been moved back from 7 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., due to heat and humidity.




 
TIGER SPIKERS OPEN QUEST FOR 11TH 20-WIN SEASON
Written by Staff Report   
Thursday, August 21, 2014 11:19 AM

LAWRENCEBURG – Recording its 10th 20-win season under coach Staci Knigga last fall, Lawrenceburg volleyball varsity opened the quest for number 11 with a three-game sweep of EIAC rival Connersville Tuesday night.

Lady Tigers, 26-7 third-place finisher in the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference in 2013, opened with a 25-11, 25-10, 25-23 victory over the visiting Spartans.

Having graduated only three-time county defensive MVP Kaylie Martin at the libero spot, LHS spikers tallied 26 kills of a total 78 attacks, handled 40 Connersville serves and posted 29 defensive digs for the night.

Junior middle hitter Amber Rox led the offense with 17-18 attacks with nine kills. Senior Riley Brunner went 17-20 at the net with six kills.

 
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