Smiling Natalie Schnell of East Central high-fives coach Steve Coffman as she rounds third base after her first-inning 2-out home run for the early 2-1 lead in the Lady Trojans' 6-1 EIAC win over Greensburg May 13. (Sandy Mahoney)

East Central softball players give the No. 1 sign after their 12-1 win over Greensburg May 15 to cap a 14-0 EIAC championship run. (EC Athletics)


ST. LEON - Finishing its regular season with a flurry of six wins in seven games, East Central softball takes a sectional-best 20-3 mark into postseason state tournament play this week.

South Dearborn senior Austin Boggs won the boys track and field sectional title in pole vault with a new school record 13'8" in Thursday's IHSAA meet at East Central. He beat the 2001 SD mark of 14'7", set by Corey Dupps. (SD Athletics)

East Central junior Malachi (Mac) Studer returned from an injury that knocked him out of EIAC meet competition a week earlier to win both high jump and 110-meter high hurdles in Thursday's boys track and field sectional (EC Athletics)

EC freshman Leo Maxwell showed great promise in winning Thursday's IHSAA boys track and field sectional shot put championship with a heave of 51 feet at Trojan Field in St. Leon. (EC Athletics)


ST. LEON - Maybe it was a heavenly sign of good fortune for East Central boys track and field athletes.

East Central senior Logan Cox reacts after learning that her final 122’10” discus throw not only won the girls track and field sectional championship Tuesday, but also broke the meet record that had existed since 1996.

EC senior Eva Grimm smiles alongside head coach Ashley Andres, whose 100-meter dash school record Grimm broke in Tuesday's IHSAA Girls Track & Field Sectional at Franklin County. Grimm also broke her school, stadium and sectional records by adding the 200-meter dash victory. (EC Athletics)

East Central's Lady Trojans cruised to a 177-92 IHSAA track & field sectional victory over runner-up Batesville and a field of 13 Tuesday, May 14, at Franklin County for their sixth-straight championship and the 19th in school history. (EC Athletics)

Logan Cox of East Central unleashes a new sectional record discus throw of 122 feet, 10 inches to win the title on her sixth and final attempt of the day in Tuesday's IHSAA track & field meet at Franklin County.


BROOKVILLE - Despite winning their 19th girls track and field sectional championship in school history Tuesday - and their sixth in a row - it's rarely been a breeze for East Central's Lady Trojans

Lawrenceburg shortstop Austin Weimer tags out East Central's Zach Monhollen to end a rundown pickle in Monday's 9-6 Tiger baseball victory over the Trojans at Pat O'Neill Field.

East Central's Zach Monhollen is caught in a rundown between Lawrenceburg third baseman Will Halbig (32) and shortstop Austin Weimer in Monday's 9-6 EIAC baseball win by the Tigers. Halbig's 3-run walkoff homer in the 7th was the difference.

Sophomore Ethan Weimer slides home with the tying run in Lawrenceburg's rollercoaster 9-6 EIAC baseball win over East Central Monday at Pat O'Neill Field. Tigers won on Will Halbig's 3-run walkoff home run in the 7th inning.

Right-hander Brady Buddenberg kept Lawrenceburg in Monday's 9-6 win over East Central with 6-1/3 solid innings on the mound, leaving with no decision with the game tied 6-6.


LAWRENCEBURG - Lawrenceburg senior Will Halbig's dramatic 3-run walkoff home run in the

All-conference golfers for EIAC runner-up South Dearborn in the league tournament Saturday, May 11, at their home course Dearborn Country Club, are, from left: Austin Thies, Nathan Cantrell, Drew Miller, Mason Mastropaolo and Eli Hoffman. Knights added the River Town Classic title Monday, also at Dearborn CC. (SD Athletics)


AURORA - South Dearborn boys varsity golfers fell 7 points shy of first place in Saturday's Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference Tournament, contested on the Knights' home course Dearborn Country Cl


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