INDIANAPOLIS - Dearborn County has a record 4 All-State selections on the 2019-20 Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association Girls Basketball All-State team, released Thursday, Feb. 27.
Lawrenceburg's Gavin Yoon (left) lunges past Oldenburg Academy defending Jacob Johnson near midcourt before launching a game-ending prayer shot that missed, giving the No. 12-ranked Twisters the 55-52 overtime win at LHS Thursday.
Oldenburg's Jacob Johnson (32) splits Lawrenceburg defenders Mitch McCool (5) and Garrett Yoon (2) to score in the second half of the No. 12-ranked (Class A) Twisters' 55-52 overtime victory at LHS Thursday, Feb. 27. (Chuck Folop)
Andrew Oesterling, who led Oldenburg Academy with 18 points, dribbles around Lawrenceburg's Garrett Yoon in the Twisters' 55-52 overtime win Thursday night, Feb. 27, in the regular season finale for both teams.
LAWRENCEBURG - Lawrenceburg boys basketball takes a 12-10 season mark into next Tuesday's Class 3A sectional opener vs.
East Central head football coach Jake Meiners (third from right) holds the trophy after the 11-1, No. 1-ranked (Class 4A) Trojans again were named Indiana Team of the Year for 2019 by TriStateFootball.com at its annual Year In Review awards program Monday, Feb. 17, at The Holy Grail in Cincinnati's The Banks district. Joining their coach, from left, were EC players Luke Collinsworth, Jake Fike, Devon Donawerth, Gage Ertel and Kyle Krummen. Krummen also was named Indiana Defensive Player of the Year. (Shelby Frieszell/TriStateFootball.com)
East Central’s Logan Rohrbacher, who led the Trojans with 26 points in Saturday’s 55-50 win over Shelbyville, totaled 56 in the 2 games last week for the Trojans (15-7). (Sandy Mahoney)
ST. LEON - East Central boys basketball led former Class 4A sectional rival Shelbyville by 15 points at halftime and 13 heading to the fourth quarter in Saturday's non-conference home matchup.
AURORA - Fighting back for a 78-76 double-overtime victory over visiting Switzerland County Saturday night helped South Dearborn boys basketball take some of the sting out of Friday's conference sh