AURORA - SD Student Government is partnering with East Central to collect donations for Hurricane Florence Relief at Friday’s varsity football game.
Teamwork allowed East Central senior Eva Grimm (8) to knock in a first-half goal against crashing Columbus North defender Elise Whitley (right) and Bull Dogs goalkeeper Kaylyn Bates, setting the tone for Wednesday's 2-1 victory over the No. 14-ranked Class 3A sectional rivals. (Sandy Mahoney)
EC senior goalkeeer Jessica Shipman makes a diving stop for one of her nine saves in Wednesday night's 2-1 home pitch victory over 14th-ranked Columbus North. (Sandy Mahoney)
East Central freshman Sophie Browndyke (47), who also serves as the backup placekicker to brother Caden on the Trojans' football team, maneuvers with the ball during EC's 2-1 win over Columbus North Wednesday, Sept. 19. (Sandy Mahoney)
ST. LEON - East Central girls soccer followed its 18th conference title clincher Sept. 12 with its biggest win yet, 2-1 over 14th-ranked Class 3A sectional rival Columbus North Wednesday night.
East Central girls varsity cross country runners dominated to win the Connersville Invitational title Tuesday, Sept. 18. They are, first row, from left: Emma Fey, Emilee Wedding and Halle Davis. Second row: Riley Davis, Lily Greiwe, Lauren Greiwe and Lacey Kelly. (EC Athletics)
EC sophomore Gracie Baker won the Connersville Invitational girls reserve cross country race Tuesday, Sept. 18, in a time of 25:35.3. (EC Athletics)
East Central boys reserve cross country runners, from left - Owen Hagen, Greg Schneider and Brody Sandlin - all finished in the top 10 in the Connersville Invitational Tuesday, Sept. 18. (EC Athletics)
CONNERSVILLE - It was a hot, sticky evening as East Central cross country headed to the starting line for the Spartan Invitational at Connersville Tuesday, Sept. 18.
South Dearborn’s football Knights (4-1) take the field amid their colorful pregame entrance prior to last weekend’s 27-14 win over Greensburg. SD hosts defending Class 4A state champion East Central, also 4-1, on Highlander Hill this Friday night for a shot at their first conference title since the 1996 season. Players shown emerging from the red, white and blue smoke screen include Austin Terrill (31), Zach Otto (8), Jesse Kimla (2), Adam Dixon (4) and Keegan Hayes (10)
KICKOFF: 7 p.m. Friday at Knights Stadium, Aurora (natural grass).
Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
C-55-Tristan Rinehart 5-11 178 Sr.