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South Dearborn’s Dalton Guthrie, who rushed for 132 yards on 23 carries, gashes the Batesville defense behind good blocking in the Knights’ 21-0 victory over the No. 16-ranked Bulldogs on the road Aug. 31.

David Blair (47) breaks loose for an apparent SD punt return TD, as Owen Lunsford (15) signals. The first quarter play was negated by a penalty.

Batesville's Austin Siefert (22) drops a near interception of a pass intended for SD's Ethan Getz (3) in the first quarter of the Knights' 20-0 win at The Dawg Pound Friday, Aug. 31.

 

South Dearborn receiver Hunter Hatfield (87) has the football jarred loose on a hit by Batesville's Trey Heidlage (12) in Friday's 20-0 SD win.

KNIGHTS MANHANDLE BULLDOGS 20-0

 

BATESVILLE - Sagarin Ratings predicted a 21-point spread for Batesville to beat South Dearborn in Friday’s EIAC non-divisional football matchup.

EC's Eric Rosemeyer (14) breaks a run off-tackle in the Friday portion of the Trojans' 49-17 I-74 Border Rivalry win at Harrison (Ohio). Teammates Alex Maxwell (12) and Tony Bartholomew (56) also are pictured. (Sandy Mahoney)

A happy group of East Central football seniors pose with their reclaimed I-74 Border Rivalry trophy following the lightning-delayed conclusion of their 49-17 win at Harrison (Ohio) Saturday night. (Sandy Mahoney)

Sophomore Jake Fike (20) rushed for 98 yards and two TDs, to back teammate Eric Rosemeyer's 215 yards and 4 rush TDs, in East Central's 49-17 football rivalry win at Harrison (Ohio), started Friday and completed Saturday. (Sandy Mahoney)

Wide receiver Mac Studer (25) makes a key first-down catch to set up an East Central touchdown in the Friday portion of EC's 49-17 Border Rivalry win at Harrison (Ohio), concluded Saturday after a lightning suspension. (Sandy Mahoney)

2 DAYS, 2 MONTHS - 1 BIG EC WIN

HARRISON, Ohio - In a game played in two months over two days, East Central Trojan football pushed and shoved Harrison around for a convincing 49-17 victory.

Lawrenceburg’s varsity volleyball Lady Tigers won their first Madison Invitational title since 2015 Saturday, Aug. 25, moving their season mark to 9-0. They are, first row, from left: McKenna Lorton and Grace Taylor. Second row: Sam Heiert, Emma Sandford, Katy Wyly and Gracie Safaviyan. Third row: Macey Radenheimer, Emma Cornett, Allie Casebolt, Bay Hinkle, Kaylan Galey, Juliana Kemper and Cora Taylor. Lady Tigers are coached by Staci Knigga. (LHS Athletics)

MADISON INVITATIONAL CHAMPS 2018 - Photo

Lawrenceburg captain Tom Newcomb (5) frustrates another possession by Batesville’s Michael Ripperger, as teammate Max Reinshagen (31) comes up to recover the ball, in the Tigers’ 2-1 double-overtime win over the defending sectional champs Aug. 23 at LHS. (Chuck Folop)

Lawrenceburg's Jason Goepper (33) collects a loose ball in the 15th-ranked Tigers' 2-1 double-overtime win over No. 19 Batesville Thursday, Aug. 23, on the natural turf home field. (Chuck Folop)

TIGERS' PKS WIN IT IN 2 OTS

 

LAWRENCEBURG - Nobody had to remind Lawrenceburg’s boys varsity soccer team about Batesville’s 2-0 win that deprived them of the 2017 Class 2A sectional title.

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