Lawrenceburg's Mason Parris (center) chases Batesville winner Trevor Gartenman (right) in the boys 110-meter hurdles finals in Thursday's South Dearborn Invitational.

 

South Dearborn freshman Grace Quinlan raced to a first-place finish in 100-meter hurdles before lightning suspended competition in Thursday night's seven-team SD Invitational track and field meet. The meet will be completed Monday, May 1.

 

Submitted photo: Zach McKay, co-owner of Happy Hooves, leads a little girl on one of the petting zoo’s mini horses.

Every little boy or girl may dream of having a pony or their first pet, but circumstances are not always achievable. Zach and Angelique McKay have found a way to make that dream come true.

Jordan Houze survived a rocky start to get Monday's complete-game win over East Central, 3-2, in Lawrenceburg's last at-bat.

 

Diving East Central baserunner Brayden Wieser was ruled out on this pickoff play tag by Lawrenceburg first baseman AJ Mueller in Monday's 3-2 EIAC Tiger baseball win at home.

 

South Dearborn's Tyler Morehead awaits a pickoff throw as East Central's Kyle Merkin dives back into second base in Thursday's 13-3 win by the Trojans.

 

East Central DH Kyle Merkin lays down a bunt in the baseball Trojans' 13-3 EIAC home win over South Dearborn Thursday.

 

Marc Emral/The Register Indiana state Geography Bee winner Dylan Schutte, center, an eight graders at Sunman-Dearborn Middle School, with his plaque. He will compete in the national Geography Bee in Washington, D.C., May 14-17. With him are middle school principal Matt Maple, left, and social studies teacher Aaron Jackson.

What is the largest sea in Antarctica?

If you don’t know, ask Sunman-Dearborn Middle School eighth-grader Dylan Schutte.

That was one of the questions he answered to win this year’s Indiana Geography Bee Friday, March 31, at IUPUI in Indianapolis. He will now compete in the national Geography Bee May 14-17 in Washington, D.C.

Lawrenceburg's Mason Parris (center) chases Batesville winner Trevor Gartenman (right) in the boys 110-meter hurdles finals in Thursday's South Dearborn Invitational.
Submitted photo: Zach McKay, co-owner of Happy Hooves, leads a little girl on one of the petting zoo’s mini horses.
Player of the Year  Juliana Kemper  Lawrenceburg  F/G  Fr.
Jordan Houze survived a rocky start to get Monday's complete-game win over East Central, 3-2, in Lawrenceburg's last at-bat.
South Dearborn's Tyler Morehead awaits a pickoff throw as East Central's Kyle Merkin dives back into second base in Thursday's 13-3 win by the Trojans.
Marc Emral/The Register Indiana state Geography Bee winner Dylan Schutte, center, an eight graders at Sunman-Dearborn Middle School, with his plaque. He will compete in the national Geography Bee in Washington, D.C., May 14-17. With him are middle school principal Matt Maple, left, and social studies teacher Aaron Jackson.

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Paul E. Fultz, 70, Vevay, died Sunday, April 23, 2017.  He was a U.S. Army veteran. Jackman Kercheval Meyers Funeral Home, Harrison, is in charge of arrangements.