RUSHVILLE - South Dearborn boys basketball put 24 points on the scoreboard in the first quarter and led all the way in a big conference road win, 67-52 at Rushville Friday, Jan. 31.
COLUMBIA, Ky. – Thomas More University senior Jacob Steinmetz (St. Leon, Ind./East Central HS) was named the Mid-South Conference Men's Indoor Field Athlete of the Week Monday, Feb. 3.
HS girls basketball
CLASS 4A - Sectional 14
At Bloomington South
East Central 6'6" junior center Luke Collinsworth powers up for his 1,000th career point in the second quarter of Friday’s 69-51 homecourt win over 4A rival Columbus East.
Viewed from the baseline angle, Luke Collinsworth (52) banks his 1,000th career point basket off the glass amid plenty of attention from Columbus East defenders in Friday's 69-51 East Central boys varsity basketball win at St. Leon. He finished the game with 23 points. (Sandy Mahoney)
ST. LEON - It came on his second basket, and the first points scored by East Central in the second quarter.
If it looked like one entire side of Saturday’s wrestling sectional faceoff line was filled with East Central Trojans, that would be correct, as EC advanced to 12 of 14 championship matches en route to its 20th title in school history.
East Central's 6 weight class champions from Saturday's IHSAA wrestling sectional at Franklin County were, from left: Ben Wolf, Bryer Hall, Kole Viel, Tyler Schneider, Blake Wolf and Kyle Krummen. (Sue Story)
The youngest of 3 undefeated East Central wrestlers who won weight class sectional championships Saturday at Brookville, freshman 113-pounder Blake Wolf moved his mark to 41-0 headed to next weekend's Richmond regional.
East Central's Trojans, coached by Adam Wolf, lined up for the team photo after capturing their second-straight IHSAA wrestling sectional championship, and the 20th in school history, by a landslide Saturday, Feb. 1, at Franklin County. Thirteen EC matmen earned top-4 place finishes to advance to next weekend's regional meet. (Sue Story)
BROOKVILLE - East Central wrestling captured 12 consecutive sectional titles at one point - from 1992-2003 under former Indiana Hall of Fame coach Scott Schwarz - en route Saturday’s county record