Month: April 2023

  • Knights defeat Wildcats now 6-1 in EIAC games

    The South Dearborn Knights got up early on Monday against FC. Moizuk gave up a run by walking a batter with the bases loaded in the first inning. Back-to-back doubles […]

  • EIAC Softball Leaders

    The EIAC leaders are current as of 4/24/23 Pitching Leaders Batting Leaders

  • Spartans take home first Greensburg takes two seconds

    CONNERSVILLE- The Spartans hosted a three-way meet with the Greensburg Pirates and the New Castle Trojans on Tuesday. The Spartans won on the boys side with a score of 83. […]

  • Lawrenceburg wins four-way meet

    LAWRENCEBURG- The Tigers Track and field teams hosted Oldenburg, Jac-Cen-Del, and South Ripley on Tuesday. Final Team Scores Boys 1st- Lawrenceburg 120.5, 2nd- S. Ripley 59, 3rd- JCD 33.5, 4th- […]

  • Couch goes yard for the hat trick in L-Burg win

    Lawrenceburg Lady Tiger Brooklynn Couch blasted three homeruns in the 21-4 victory at Batesville on Tuesday. She also collected nine RBIs in the game.

  • Spartans and Pirates earn non-conference wins

    The Connersville Spartans defeated Union County on Tuesday evening 12-1. The Greensburg Pirates won a high scoring affair with Hauser 22-20. LIBERTY- The Spartans took on the Union County Patriots […]

  • Batesville wins with Grunk-off double

    BATESVILLE- The Franklin County Wildcats led last night’s game at Liberty Park until the bottom of the seventh inning. The Bulldogs were down 4-0, and with just one out left, […]

  • Lady Cats move to 9-0

    BROOKVILLE- The Lady Wildcats are now 9-0 to start the season after a Monday night win over EIAC rival East Central. Franklin County scored multiple runs in the first three […]

  • Lady Bulldogs finish second in Bill Self Invite, Spartans fourth

    FRANKLIN- Connersville and Batesville took part in the Bill Self Invite last Friday at Franklin High School.   The Batesville Lady Bulldogs finished in second place with 145 points. Franklin […]

  • Tigers extend Rushville losing streak

    The Rushville Lions (1-9, 1-4) have now lost seven games in a row after a Monday night loss to the Lawrenceburg Tigers. The game remained knotted at zero until the […]