Indiana All-Stars Ethan Getz of South Dearborn and Austin Weimer of Lawrenceburg, along with SD senior Jace Leonard, were named to the Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association's 2019 Class
The 2019 edition of high school baseball in Dearborn County produced a pair of conference co-champions, a Class 3A sectional title and two more Indiana All-Stars.
South Dearborn's amazin' Graci Cornett topped off her stellar 4-year varsity softball career this spring, leading the Lady Knights to their first Class 3A sectional championship since 2014.
LAWRENCEBURG - First round play in the 2019 Lawrenceburg Basketball 3-On-3 Summer Shootout starts at 6 p.m. Thursday in the LHS main and auxiliary gyms.
Lawrenceburg High School football senior graduate Jalen Parks (seated at right) recently committed to Wilmington College, in Wilmington, Ohio. Joining him was grandmother Terri Childers (seated, left), and standing, from left, brother Dahya Patel and grandparents Nancy and Bill Parks. Jalen was the Tigers' second-leading receiver in 2018 with 50 catches for 671 yards and 3 touchdowns, while also netting nearly 500 yards in kick and punt returns. Wilmington's Quakers - 1-9 last fall and returning 17 players at the wide receiver spot - are an NCAA Division III member that compete in the 10-team Ohio Athletic Conference. (LHS Athletics)
Lawrenceburg High School baseball senior graduate Austin Weimer (seated at right) recently committed to Indiana University Southeast, located in New Albany. Joining him were parents Andrea and Steve Weimer (standing at right), along with LHS head coach Nick Tremain. Austin was the leading hitter for the Tigers at .429 as a third-year starter at shortstop this spring, earning All-Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference honors and selection to the Indiana South All-Star team. IU Southeast finished the 2019 season with an overall record of 37-20, including 21-9 in the River States Conference. (LHS Athletics)
Lawrenceburg High School volleyball senior graduate McKenna Lorton (seated at right) recently committed to Wilmington College, in Wilmington, Ohio. Joining her, also seated, was sister Ashton Lorton, with parents Jamie and Brandon Lorton and LHS head coach Staci Knigga standing behind. Wilmington's Quakers are an NCAA Division III member that compete in the 10-team Ohio Athletic Conference. (LHS Athletics)