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EIAC Swimming and Diving results

East Central hosted the Bloomington North Cougars on Tuesday and came away with the first two losses of the season. Bloomington North girls won 95-91 and the boys won 117-69.
Individual winners include Kaden Cummins in the 200 Freestyle, Bree Cleary 1-meter diving, and Tara Hall in the 100 Backstroke.
EC won 4 of 6 relays.

Greensburg swimming and diving got underway last Tuesday with a double loss at home to East Central. The always tough Trojans took a 141-27 win on the girl’s side and a 131-48 win on the boy’s end.
EC won every relay race, adding individual wins in girls 200 freestyle (Ella Maxwell), 200 individual medley (Tara Hall), 50 free (Riley Hester), 1 meter diving (Ava Russell), 100 butterfly (Audrey Bumgardner), 100 free and 100 backstroke (Riley Reany), 100 breaststroke (Elle Jankovsky), 500 free (Sam Mittermeier) and boys 200 IM and 100 free (Ayden Ketcham), 50 free (Henry Strotman), 1 m diving (Nick Hutchinson), 100 fly and 100 back (Kyle Goodwin), 500 free (Collin Wilson) and 100 breast (Brogan Wilson).
The Trojans are back at it on tomorrow (Thursday) taking on Lawrenceburg and Oldenburg Academy. Batesville visits Greensburg on Dec. 13.

Photo by Michelle Murray

EIAC Wrestling results

Bulldog wrestlers open with loss

The BHS wrestling team started the season traveling to Jennings County Nov. 22. Despite giving up three forfeits, the young Bulldogs won six of 10 matches but fell short in their effort; the Panthers won 39-36.

The six Bulldogs winning by pin were junior David Maher at 138 pounds, sophomores Damien Dance (160), John Dirkhising (195), and Max Amberger (285) and freshmen AJ Dance (106) and Brady Wonnell (145). 

Lion wrestlers open with win

Rushville wrestling started the 2022-23 season by pounding Shenandoah at home 59-21 on Nov. 22. Earning pins were Hunt (113 lbs), Jacobs (126), Tackett (132), Pavey (170) and Collins (285).

Spartans Results

FW Bishop Dwenger 78, Connersville 3

Central Noble 67, Connersville 3

Spartan winners: Aric Fox (145 lbs) by decision 8-1 – O.P. Foster (195) by decision 6-2

photos courtesy RCHS Twitter @RushvilleHigh

Greensburg sails past Jac-Cen-Del in opener

The Lady Pirates opened the season at home with a dominating win over the Lady Eagles Friday night. Leah West led GCHS with 23 points, her 10 point first quarter put the Bucs out front 26-5 through one and up 42-11 at the half. Carlee Adams kept Greensburg in the lead adding five points in the third frame. JCD added 24 second half points but freshman Aly Powers put up eight points in the second half to keep Greensburg out front and cruise to a 69-35 win. West scored 23, Powers 16, and Emma McQueen had 11 to lead the Lady Pirates in scoring. Greensburg will host North Decatur on Tuesday.

Franklin County Starts the season with a win over ND

Franklin County Junior Nicole Mears led all scorers with 29 points

Brookville- The North Decatur Lady Chargers battled hard with the Lady Wildcats early; there were seven lead changes by halftime and a tie ball game at the end of the third quarter. The final frame went to the Lady Cats despite a Charger comeback. Nicole Mears led all scorers with 29 points for FC.

The first quarter started off with the Lady Cats jumping out to a 9-0 lead. North was able to get on the board with 4:15 to go in the frame with Ella Kunz hitting a jumper in the paint. Madelyn Bohman hit a three-pointer and another Kunz basket brought North within four points of the Lady Cats. Before the first frame ended, Mears added four more points and Tiffany Billman hit two free throws to give FC a 19-13 lead after one.

North pulled closer with Bohman putting up seven points and Kelsey Haley hit a two-pointer to tie the game at 22-22. The Lady Cats put up seven more points in the frame but Madi Allen matched FC with seven points herself to give the Lady Chargers a 33-30 lead at halftime.

The third frame saw several lead changes with Mears adding 10 points for FC and Kunz adding five for North. The frame ended with the score 43-43.

The fourth quarter started the same as the previous frame until the Lady Cats took control and scored 10 unanswered points, taking a 57-46 lead with three minutes to go. Haley added a three-pointer to stop the FC run, then drained another long ball to bring the score to 57-54. Mears added another basket and Kassidy Schell hit a free throw, giving FC 61 points; Clare Kinker went two for two from the charity stripe but with just 20 seconds left, that was the last score North put in. Unofficial scoring for the Lady Wildcats: Mears 29, Billman 13, Josie Rofles 9, Kassidy Schell 5, Bailey Kaiser 3, Kiersten Schell 2