South Dearborn's Jay Malott (left), with a total of 352 wins as Knights varsity baseball coach for the past 25 years, was honored with a plaque presentation by athletic director Ryan Walston at the team's postseason banquet June 24. With a total of 30 years with the program, Malott led SD to a 20-8 mark and EIAC and Class 3A sectional championships this season, as well as the Charlestown Invitational tournament title. He was named an assistant coach to the Indiana South All-Star team for the IHSBCA North-South All-Star Series, played at Madison, as well. (SD Athletics)
INDIANAPOLIS - South Dearborn defensive end Axel Bell and East Central kicker Caden Browndyke will represent the South in the Indiana Football Coaches Association's 53rd North-South All-Star Footba
AURORA - South Dearborn High School's 17th annual Knight Flight 5K Run/Walk on the Ohio River side in downtown Aurora will open the 2019 Southeast Indiana Racing Circuit (SIRC-it) 5-race summer ser
Hard-hitting (.455, 28 RBI) South Dearborn senior third baseman Jace Leonard (33) fouls off a pitch during the Knights’ 10-6 Class 3A regional loss to No. 3 Silver Creek at the University of Evansville June 1. SD finished 20-8.
AURORA - Little went right for South Dearborn baseball during its struggling 7-18 season of 2018.
South Dearborn High School baseball senior graduate Jace Leonard (center) recently committed to Ivy Tech Community College Northeast, in Fort Wayne. Joining him were parents Angie and Rick Leonard. Jace earned All-Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference honors at third base and as a pitcher for the EIAC and Class 3A sectional champion Knights. Ivy Tech’s Titans, coached by Lance Hershberger, finished 33-14 this past season and compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association’s Region XII. (SD Athletics)
South Dearborn High School baseball senior graduate Trey Thies (seated, center) recently committed to attend Ancilla College, in Donaldson, Ind. Joining him, also seated, were parents Rob Thies and Angela DeSalvo. Standing, from left, are sister Skylar Thies, SD head coach Jay Malott and sister Rylee Thies. Trey, a 3-year letter-winner, played first base, third base and pitched for the EIAC and Class 3A sectional champion Knights. Ancilla’s Chargers compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association’s Region XII and the Michigan Community College Athletic Association. (SD Athletics)