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East Central wrestlers reached 11 of 14 weight class finals, emerging with 4 individual champions, to dominate Saturday's IHSAA Richmond Regional with a 193-77 victory margin over runner-up Centerville. Coach Adam Wolf's Trojans marked the program's first regional crown since 2006, with the sixth in school history. (Sue Story)

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EC freshman Blake Wolf (44-0), ranked No. 4 in the state coaches' poll at 113 pounds, remained unbeaten with his first IHSAA regional title Saturday at Richmond. (Sue Story)

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Undefeated East Central junior 152-pounder Bryer Hall (37-0), ranked No. 2 in the state coaches' poll, won his third IHSAA regional championship at Richmond Saturday, Feb. 8. (Sue Story)

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Lawrenceburg senior Andrew Roth (40-1), ranked No. 5 in the state at 160 pounds, claimed another IHSAA regional title Saturday at Richmond. (Sue Story)

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South Dearborn junior Eli Otto (35-3) won the IHSAA regional individual weight class championship in the 126-pound division Saturday, Feb. 8, at Richmond. (Sue Story)

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East Central's 4 regional weight class champions, who led the conference and sectional champion Trojans to their sixth title in school history Saturday, Feb. 8, at Richmond, are, from left: Ben Wolf, Blake Wolf, Kole Viel and Bryer Hall. (Sue Story)

REGIONAL TITLE 1ST IN 14 YEARS FOR EC MATMEN

RICHMOND - As they’ve done all season long, East Central wrestlers dominated again Saturday for their first IHSAA regional championship in 14 years Saturday at Richmond’s 7,000-seat Tiernan Center.

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South Dearborn senior Elsa Meek (0) scores on a wide-open layup with 25 seconds left in regulation time to put the Lady Knights on top briefly, 33-31, in Wednesday's Class 3A sectional win over Franklin County. SD prevailed 39-37 in overtime for its first state tournament victory since 2003.

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SD's Kyrstin Bond (center) wards off a steal attempt by Franklin County's Kairee Hodapp (31), while Bry LaGreca (left) trails in the Lady Knights' 39-37 overtime win in Wednesday's Class 3A sectional quarterfinals at Aurora. Bond scored 13 points despite tweaking an ankle late in regulation.

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Elsa Meek slaps hands with South Dearborn teammates after hitting the first of 2 free throws with 31.9 seconds left in overtime to wide the lead to 37-33 in the Lady Knights' 39-37 3A sectional victory Wednesday. She shared high-point honors with 13.

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Senior Bry LaGreca (5) of South Dearborn steals the basketball from Franklin County's Josie Rolfes late in the Lady Knights' 39-37 overtime win in the Class 3A sectional quarterfinals Wednesday night at Aurora. LaGreca finished with 7 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists and the steal.

SD GIRLS PERSEVERE FOR OT SECTIONAL WIN

AURORA - It was far from the prettiest game of high school basketball played in Dearborn County this season. But it certainly was one of the grittiest.

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