Lawrenceburg High School is up for the TriStateFootball.comâs Gold Star Chili Team of the Week while wide receiver Jordan Kauffman is in the running for the WCPO Player of the Week.
Courses may have been wet from rain the night before, but that didnât deter southeast Indiana girls high school golf players from excelling at the IHSAA Girls Golf Sectionals in Greensburg and Madison on Saturday, September 21.
After trailing at halftime, Lawrenceburg football put on a great second half performance in a win over Franklin County at Lucas Oil Stadium Saturday.
On senior night Thursday, East Central girls soccer upped its EIAC record to 5-0 with a victory over Batesville.
The East Central Lady Trojans soccer team dominated Rushville 13-0 Wednesday. The performance was highlighted by a hat trick from EC's Grace Emerson.
exington, Ky., Police Chief Ron Bastin, four-time Kentucky Speedway ARCA Racing Series (ARS) winner Frank Kimmel, ZLOOP Consumer and Electronics Recycling Centers (CERC) CMO and Founder Bob LeBarge along with President of Disabled Racers Aaron Grosskopf will serve honorary roles for Kentucky Speedway's doubleheader race weekend made up of Friday's ARS ZLOOPâ¢ 150 and Saturday's NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) Kentucky 300.
Lawrenceburg eeked out the win over EIAC rival South Dearborn thanks to a late goal by junior Alley Schmidt Tuesday.
Jac-Cen-Del upended rival South Ripley in boys soccer Monday, 4-0.
East Central boys soccer retired the #17 jersey worn by the late Jacob Amberger before playing in a 2-0 win over Lawrenceburg Saturday.
Call them the comeback cats. Lawrenceburg football wins in a second half comeback for the second straight week. They trailed 20-0 at halftime, but stormed back in the third and fourth quarters to defeat Greensburg on the road Friday, 21-20.