South Dearborn

South Dearborn baseball seniors, with Coach Jay Malott at center, proudly display their 2019 Class 3A sectional trophy following Monday's 16-1 victory over Madison. They are, from left: Jace Leonard, Noah Probst, Peyton Shephard, Tristan Rinehart, Ethan Getz and Trey Thies. (SD Athletics)

South Dearborn’s baseball Knights (16-6) followed their 4-way tie for the EIAC title by capturing their first IHSAA Class 3A sectional championship since 2015 on Memorial Day Monday, defeating Madison 16-1 in the 5-inning final. Coach Jay Malott’s crew advances to Saturday’s 4-team regional at Evansville Bosse to meet Silver Creek’s Dragons (21-6). (SD Athletics)

SD sophomore Tobie Teke bellies into third base safely during Saturday's 17-7 Class 3A baseball sectional semifinal round victory over Rushville at Highlander Park.

Senior second baseman Ethan Getz dives for a seeing-eye single up the middle that just eludes him in South Dearborn's 16-1 Class 3A baseball sectional championship win over Madison May 27.

South Dearborn baseball seniors accept the 2019 Class 3A sectional championship trophy from athletic director Ryan Walston following their 16-1 win over Madison on Memorial Day Monday. (SD Athletics)

Tobie Teke beats the throw to second base, caught by Madison shortstop Keaton Rowlett (7) early in South Dearborn's 16-1 Class 3A baseball championship victory Monday, May 27, at Highlander Park.

SD SHOCKS, DOMINATES SECTIONAL

AURORA - After a season in which South Dearborn baseball was one of four teams to tie for the conference title, Coach Jay Malott's Knights stepped up to dominate Class 3A Sectional 29.

South Dearborn’s softball Lady Knights took a 22-8 record into Tuesday night’s Class 3A regional after winning their sixth sectional championship in school history with a 9-0 shutout of Greensburg last Friday night at Madison. (Tim Ashcraft)

SD senior ace Graci Cornett (17-3) was locked on target in last week’s 3A sectional final, striking out 7 Greensburg batters while allowing 6 hits for the 9-0 shutout victory. (Tim Ashcraft)

LADY KNIGHTS CLASS OF 3A FIELD

MADISON - The weather was hot, peaking at 90 degrees by the time of Friday's first pitch in the IHSAA Class 3A Sectional 29 softball final at Madison's Lady Cubs Field.

East Central's boys 4 X 400-meter relay team - from left: Alex Hornbach, Clayton Deitsch, Eric Perkins and Chase Ludwig - won the Warren Central regional title Thursday, May 23, in a time of 3:24.94 to advance to this Friday's IHSAA State Finals at Indiana University. (EC Athletics)

EC senior Alex Hornbach heads to the IHSAA Boys Track and Field State Finals in Bloomington this Friday after his runner-up finish in 100-meter dash in the Warren Central Regional Thursday, May 23. (EC Atheltics)

EC's 4 X 400 RELAY REGIONAL CHAMP

INDIANAPOLIS - East Central boys 4 X 400-meter relay team was a winner in what's annually one of the state's toughest track and field regionals at Warren Central High School in Indianapolis Thursda

South Dearborn softball players and some of their gaudy fans pose after last week’s 15-0 3A sectional semifinal win over defending champion Franklin County. (SD Athletics)

LADY KNIGHTS ROMP TO 3A SECTIONAL FINAL

MADISON - Twenty-fourth ranked South Dearborn softball exploded into the postseason with a 15-0, 5-inning romp over Franklin County in the Class 3A Sectional 29 semifinal round at Madison last Wedn

South Dearborn junior Grace Quinlan finished third in 300-meter hurdles at last week’s girls track and field Shelbyville regional to earn a return trip to this coming weekend’s IHSAA State Finals at Bloomington. (Marissa Lacey/SD Athletics)

Senior pole vaulter Casey John-son’s school record 10’6” for third place in last week’s track regional punched her first state finals ticket.

QUINLAN, JOHNSON, 3 RELAYS HEAD TO STATE

SHELBYVILLE - Two Dearborn County individual athletes and three East Central High School relay teams are headed to this week's IHSAA Girls Track and Field State Finals after qualifying at last Tues

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