South Dearborn

South Dearborn's Knights won their 7th regional wrestling championship in school history, while taking back-to-back titles for only the second time ever, 99.5-80.0 over runner-up East Central in Saturday's 20-team IHSAA event at Richmond. (Sue Story)

Spencer Gordon, Lawrenceburg - 113 Pound Regional Champion

Bryer Hall, South Dearborn - 145 Pound Regional Champion

Grant Stapleton, Lawrenceburg - 126 Pound Regional Champion

Zach Otto, South Dearborn - 152 Pound Regional Champion


RICHMOND - Triple Crown winner in 2018, South Dearborn wrestlers turned the tables on East Central’s attempt to duplicate that feat by repeating as IHSAA regional champion, 99.5-89.0

South Dearborn sophomore Isaiah Jefferson (32), defending against Rushville's Mason Springman, led the Knights with 17 points in last Friday's 70-60 homecoming loss.

Junior Alex Shackelford (1) tallied 15 points as South Dearborn rally bids fell short in a 70-60 homecoming loss to Rushville Friday, Jan. 25.

SD senior Trey Thies drives around Rushville defender Mason Springman in the Knights' 70-60 homecoming loss to the EIAC rival Lions Friday, Jan. 25.


AURORA - South Dearborn boys basketball had chances to post a homecoming win over EIAC rival Rushville Friday, Jan. 25, but couldn't get the job done for its 10th loss in 16 starts this season.

East Central varsity wrestlers continued their comeback season with Saturday’s first IHSAA sectional championship since 2011, 230.5-210 over Lawrence- burg at South Dearborn. Trojans, who’ll go for the Triple Crown team victory in this weekend’s Richmond regional, advance 11 with 3 sectional champs. (Sue Story)

Lawrenceburg's unbeaten (31-0) senior Grant Stapleton will put his season on the line at regional after capturing the 126-pound sectional title Saturday at South Dearborn. (Sue Story)

South Dearborn senior Zach Otto (23-4) eked out a 6-5 sectional championship decision over Lawrenceburg's Andrew Roberts (25-2) at 152 pounds in Saturday's IHSAA meet on the home mat. (Sue Story)

East Central sophomore Kole Viel (32-6) was the 182-pound division champion in Saturday's IHSAA sectional meet at South Dearborn. (Sue Story)


AURORA - Now with its 19th sectional championship in school history, East Central wrestling leads all EIAC teams - having once won 12 consecutive titles (1992-2003) under Indiana Hall of Fame coach


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