INDIANAPOLIS - Defending Class 4A football state champion East Central opens its bid for a return to Lucas Oil Stadium next Friday, Oct. 19, at Franklin County.
East Central girls cross country team finished third in Saturday’s South Dearborn sectional to advance to this weekend’s regional meet at Shelbyville. (EC Athletics)
East Central boys cross country team finished third to match the Lady Trojans in Saturday’s South Dearborn sectional to advance to this weekend’s regional meet at Shelbyville. (EC Athletics)
Lawrenceburg junior Hannah Morgan (far left) was the top runner among 10 non-team regional qualifiers in Saturday's IHSAA girls cross country sectional at Moores Hill, finishing 10th overall in a time of 21:36.1 to advance to this coming Saturday's Shelbyville regional. (Mason J. Uhlmansiek)
Boys top 10 non-team regional qualifiers from Saturday's IHSAA boys cross country sectional at Moores Hill, included Rising Sun's Dalton Vinup (fourth from left) and South Dearborn's Deryk Tibbs (fifth from right) and Brayson Craig (second from right). (Mason J. Uhlmansiek)
Girls top 20 all-sectional finishers in Saturday's IHSAA girls cross country sectional at Moores Hill, included East Central's Emilee Wedding and Emma Fey (first row, fifth and sixth from left), Lawrenceburg's Hannah Morgan (first row, far left), and EC's Lauren Greiwe (second row, second from left). (Mason J. Uhlmansiek)
Boys top 20 all-sectional finishers in Saturday's IHSAA girls cross country sectional at Moores Hill, included East Central's Michael Schwebach (first row, second from left), Kyle Gutfreund (second row, far right), Griffin Werner (second row, third from right) and Garrett Ardis (second row, second from left). (Mason J. Uhlmansiek)
MOORES HILL - East Central placed third in both the boys and girls IHSAA cross country sectional races Saturday to advance as teams to this weekend's Shelbyville regional.
Lawrenceburg boys soccer coach Dewayne Uhlman gets a Gatorade shower after the Tigers claimed his 10th sectional title in 19 seasons, 4-0 over South Dearborn Saturday night.
Lawrenceburg's 16th-ranked boys soccer Tigers (13-3-2) line up for their team photo after Saturday night's 4-0 Class 2A Sectional 28 championship win over South Dearborn at Dick Meador Stadium. LHS takes on Indianapolis Herron in this weekend's 2A regional opener at Greensburg.
South Dearborn defenders, including Zander Beach (23) and Mitch Manford (12), deflect a corner kick melee in front of the goal away from Lawrenceburg attackers Ben Lorey and Bret Carr in the first half of Saturday's 2A sectional title match.
LHS sophomore Adam Cosby (center) gets a hand from teammate Gerrit Seeman (3) following Cosby's second half goal that gave the Tigers a 3-0 lead in Saturday night's 4-0 Class 2A sectional title win over South Dearborn. Tigers' Dylan Maupin (9) smiles in the background.
LAWRENCEBURG - Lawrenceburg boys soccer coach Dewayne Uhlman wasn’t exactly pleased with the 1-0 halftime lead his No.
South Dearborn's Lady Knights, 10-6-1 and ranked No. 16 in Class 2A girls soccer, celebrate Saturday afternoon's 3-1 sectional championship win over No. 2 Batesville (15-3) on the Bulldogs' home pitch. SD marked its first sectional title since 2011 and the fourth in school history. (Sandra Lunsford)
SD sophomore Abby Hensley (4, left) gets a hug from senior Alyssa McClanahan after scoring the first goal in the game, on a breakaway at 30:48 in the first half, setting the tone for the Lady Knights' 3-1 title win over defending champ Batesville.
Abby Hensley breaks free for the shot for South Dearborn's first goal in Saturday's 3-1 Class 2A girls soccer sectional championship win over No. 2-ranked host Batesville.
Junior forward Erin Huber of South Dearborn breaks free for the go-ahead goal with 8 minutes left in Saturday's 3-1 Class 2A sectional title match win at Batesville. Huber added another score in the final minutes to ensure the victory. (Sandra Lunsford)
BATESVILLE - Despite its No. 16 ranking pretty much all season in the Class 2A state coaches’ poll, few gave South Dearborn girls soccer much of a chance vs. No.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19
CLASS 4A - Sectional 23