CHS gridders conclude regular season at Batesville

CHS gridders conclude regular season at Batesville

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The Connersville Spartans will try to finish the regular season tonight with a victory that would give the team a winning record.

CHS (4-4) will conclude the regular campaign at Batesville (5-3), with kickoff set for 7 p.m. The game does not count in the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference standings.

A win over the Bulldogs would mark the Spartans first winning season since 2012, when CHS finshed 7-4 in head coach Adam Kelly’s initial season at the school.

chs-spartans-logoThe task won’t be easy for the Spartans, who have scored just 7 points in their last two outings while giving up 99.

In fairness, CHS lost to two of the best teams in their respective classifications — East Central, 6-2 and rated 6th in this week’s Associated Press and Indiana Football Coaches Association Class 4A polls, and Lawrenceburg, 7-1 and ranked No. 5 in both the AP and IFCA Class 3A polls.

The Trojans won the EIAC Division 4 championship, the Tigers claimed the 3A crown.

Connersville will try to re-establish its running game, a usually potent attack that was slowed in the team’s last two contests.

Dalton Dubois had 60 yards on 14 carries against Lawrenceburg, giving the senior 1,224 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns on the ground. 

Dubois had the Spartans’ lone score against the Tigers, hauling in a TD pass from quarterback Adam Kelly Jr. that covered 50 yards.

Senior Donovan Foreman ran for 57 yards against Lawrenceburg, bringing his season total to 695 yards. Foreman has scored 10 TDs.

Kelly Jr. has rushed for 111 yards on the season, 7 coming last week.

Batesville Bulldogs logo 2Coach Evan Ulery’s Bulldogs utilize strong running and passing games, with junior quarterback Trey Heidlage rushing for a team-high 807 yards, and completing 97-of-159 passes for 1,428 yards and 14 touchdowns.

Senior Drew McLeod has 323 rushing yards and Christian Prickel, also a senior, has 161 rushing yards and 30 receptions for 287 yards.

Junior Austin Siefert has hauled in 25 catches for a team-leading 620 yards, with senior Logan Mears catching 12 passes for 277 yards.

Last season, the Bulldogs defeated CHS, 29-0.

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Tonight’s games

Connersville area / games of interest
(All games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted)

Connersville (4-4) at Batesville (5-3)

Harrison (Ohio) (5-2) at Franklin County (5-3)

East Central (6-2, 4A No. 6 AP; No. 6 IFCA) Indianapolis Chatard (3-5, 3A No. 8 AP; No. 6 IFCA)

South Dearborn (2-6) at Lawrenceburg (7-1, 3A No. 5 AP; No. 5 IFCA)

Rushville (0-8) at Greensburg (2-6) •

(• = Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference) 

Hagerstown (7-1, 1A No. 11) Cambridge City Lincoln (1-7) ‡

Union City (3-5) at Northeastern (4-4) ‡ 

Union County (4-4) at Tri (4-4) ‡

Winchester (1-7) at Centerville (6-2, 2A No. 14) ‡

(‡ = Tri-Eastern Conference) 

Harrison (West Lafayette) (5-3, 5A No. 14) at Richmond (0-8)

McCutcheon (5-3, 5A No. 8) at Marion (6-2, 4A No. 12) *

Muncie Central (1-7) at Lafayette Jeff (8-0, 6A No. 7) *

(* = North Central Conference) 

Greenfield-Central (3-5) at New Castle (4-4) (7:30 p.m.) • 

New Palestine (8-0, 5A No. 1) at Delta (5-3) (7:30 p.m.) •

Shelbyville (6-2) at Pendleton Heights (6-2) (7:30 p.m.) •

Yorktown (3-5) at Mt. Vernon (Fortville) (2-6) (7:30 p.m.) •

(• = Hoosier Heritage Conference) 

Bedford North Lawrence (6-2, 5A No. 12) at Columbus East (7-1, 5A No. 2)

Columbus North (7-1, 6A No. 15) at Southport (5-3)

Perry Meridian (1-7) at Bloomington South (3-5)

Milan (7-1, 2A No. 9) at Switzerland County (3-4)

Monroe Central (8-0, 1A No. 2) at Shenandoah (6-2, 2A No. 10) 

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Spartans host 3A No. 5 Lawrenceburg

Spartans host 3A No. 5 Lawrenceburg

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For the second consecutive week, the Connersville Spartans football team will face a team ranked in the Top 10 of its IHSAA classification.

The 6-1 Lawrenceburg Tigers — rated 5th in the Associated Press Class 3A poll, and 7th in the Indiana Football Coaches Association rankings — will challenge the Spartans at CHS Field. The non-conference game kicks off at 7 p.m.

chs-spartans-logoCHS (4-3) will try to bounce back from a 50-0 loss to Class 4A No. 8 East Central last week.

At the same time, Lawrenceburg was pummeling Rushville, 70-12.

Since losing its season opener to East Central, 15-14, head coach Ryan Knigga’s Tigers have been unscathed, winning six straight and averaging 40.1 points a game during the process.

Junior fullback Hunter Privett leads Lawrenceburg’s strong ground attack, rushing for more than 800 yards so far.

Austin Weimer has rushed for nearly 300 yards, and the junior had completed 14-of-26 passes for 182 yards prior to the Rushville game.

lawrenceburg tigers logoThe Tigers, who have won back-to-back Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference Division 3 championships, give up 16.3 points per game defensively.

Head coach Adam Kelly’s Spartans will try get their running game back into high gear after it was stymied by East Central. CHS earned 147 yards on 49 rushes — 82 by senior Dalton Dubois on 20 carries.

Senior Donovan Foreman had 37 yards on 18 carries, senior Nathan Flowers picked up 12 yards (4 carries), freshman Colten Sizemore had 10 yards (4 carries), with freshmen Adam Kelly Jr. and Caylob Messer each gaining 3 yards.

Kelly Jr. uncorked seven passes against the Trojans, with Dubois catching three for 21 yards, and fellow senior Seth Bean hauling in one for a 12-yard gain.

The Spartans — who average 26.7 points and surrender 31.9 defensively — will try to gain a measure of revenge from last season.

A year ago, Lawrenceburg routed CHS, 69-6, on the Tigers’ new field.

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(Stats via Maxpreps)

 

Tonight’s games

Connersville area / games of interest

(All games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted)

Lawrenceburg (6-1, 3A No. 5 AP, No. 7 IFCA) at Connersville (4-3)

Franklin County (5-2, 4A No. 14 IFCA) at Batesville (4-3)

Rushville (0-7) at South Dearborn (1-6)

Greensburg (2-5) at East Central (5-2, 4A No. 8 AP, No. 6 IFCA) 

Northeastern (3-4) at Cambridge City Lincoln (1-6) •

Centerville (5-2) at Union County (4-3) •

Hagerstown (6-1, 1A No. 11) at Union City (3-4) •

Tri (3-4) at Winchester (1-6) •

(• = Tri-Eastern Conference) 

McCutcheon (4-3, 5A No. 10) at Muncie Central (1-6) *

Richmond (0-7) at Anderson (1-6) *

(* = North Central Conference) 

Delta (4-3) at Greenfield-Central (3-4) (7:30 p.m.) ‡

Mt. Vernon (Fortville) (2-5) at Shelbyville (5-2) (8 p.m.) ‡

New Castle (4-3) at New Palestine (7-0, 5A No. 2) (7:30 p.m.) ‡

Pendleton Heights (6-1) at Yorktown (2-5) (7:30 p.m.) ‡

(‡ = Hoosier Heritage Conference) 

Providence (4-3) at Milan (6-1, 2A No. 11)

Eastern Hancock (5-2) at Shenandoah (5-2, 2A No. 12)

Bloomington South (3-4, 5A No. 16) vs Columbus North (6-1, 6A No. 13) (8 p.m., Lucas Oil Stadium)

Columbus East (6-1, 5A No. 4) at Jeffersonville (2-5) 

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Spartans host Mooresville in Sectional 22 play

Spartans host Mooresville in Sectional 22 play

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The Connersville Spartans will open IHSAA sectional football play against an opponent that has yet to win a game.

The Spartans (4-3) will host Mooresville at CHS Field on Friday, Oct. 20, in Sectional 22 action. Kickoff is 7 p.m.

The Pioneers, a member of the Mid-State Conference, are 0-7 with two regular season games remaining.

Mooresville plays at Class 5A Martinsville (3-4) on Oct. 6, and will finish the regular season at Class 4A Beech Grove (3-4) on Oct. 13.

chs-spartans-logoCHS hosts Lawrenceburg (6-1) on Oct. 6 and concludes the regular season at Batesville (4-3) a week later.

Lawrenceburg is rated 5th in this week’s Associated Press poll and 7th in the Indiana Football Coaches Association ratings.

The winner of the Connersville-Mooresville game will play the winner between New Castle (4-3) and Richmond (0-7).

The other matchups in Sectional 22 pit Greenwood (5-2) against Beech Grove and Shelbyville (5-2) battling Mt. Vernon (Fortville) (2-5).

For information about sectional sectional tickets, call he CHS Athletic Department — 825-2900.

IHSAA football sectional pairings 

1st round (Oct. 20) 

Class 4A

Sectional 22

Mooresville (0-7) at Connersville (4-3)

New Castle (4-3) at Richmond (0-7)

Greenwood (5-2) at Beech Grove (3-4)

Shelbyville (5-2) at Mt. Vernon (Fortville) (2-5) 

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Class 4A 

Sectional 23

Franklin County (5-2) at Jennings County (2-5)

Madison (1-6) at Silver Creek (6-1)

East Central (5-2) at Edgewood (2-5)

Scottsburg (2-5) at South Dearborn (1-6)

Class 3A

Sectional 29

Indianapolis Broad Ripple (0-7) (bye)

Indianapolis Chatard (3-4) at Indianapolis Northwest (3-4)

Indianapolis Manual (4-3) at Indian Creek (5-2)

Rushville (0-7) at Indianapolis Ritter (6-1)

Class 3A 

Sectional 31

Brownstown Central (6-1) at Lawrenceburg (6-1)

Greensburg (2-5) at Salem (4-3)

Charlestown (3-4) at Batesville (4-3)

North Harrison (7-0) at Corydon Central (0-7)

Class 2A

Sectional 36

Lapel (4-3) at Winchester (1-6)

Northeastern (3-4) at Shenandoah (5-2)

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Class 2A 

Sectional 37

Heritage Christian (4-3) at Milan (6-1)

Triton Central (5-2) at Knightstown (3-4)

Eastern Hancock (5-2) at Centerville (5-2)

Indianapolis Scecina (6-1) at Union County (4-3)

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Class A

Sectional 46

Hagerstown (6-1) at North Decatur (3-4)

Oldenburg Academy (2-5) at Tri (3-4)

Cambridge City Lincoln (1-6) at Indianapolis Lutheran (5-2)

South Decatur (3-4) at Edinburgh (0-7) 

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CHS looks for share of EIAC title at East Central

CHS looks for share of EIAC title at East Central

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The task won’t be easy, but the reward would be sweet.

If the Connersville Spartans defeat East Central tonight on the Trojans’ turf in St. Leon, CHS could earn a share of the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference Division 4A championship. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. 

It likely would be a 3-way tie — a win by Franklin County tonight at South Dearborn would give the three schools 2-1 records in EIAC play.

The Spartans (4-2) have won three straight games, including last week’s 61-18 rout of Indianapolis Broad Ripple.

East Central (4-2), which blanked South Dearborn, 34-0, a week ago, is rated 8th in the Associated Press poll, and No. 7 in the Indiana Football Coaches Association rankings. 

The Spartans and Trojans both rely on punishing running attacks with few passes in the mix. 

Connersville senior Dalton Dubois ran for 264 yards against Broad Ripple, scoring three touchdowns. So far, Dubois has racked up 1,082 rushing yards and scored 12 TDs, 11 on the ground. 

After a 119-yard, three TD performance against the Rockets, senior Donovan Foreman increased his season totals to 601 rushing yards and 10 TDs, nine via the run. 

Head coach Adam Kelly’s team had three other rushing TDs against Broad Ripple. Freshman Caylob Messer ran for 18 yards and a score, junior Warren Toole scored on a 2-yard run and senior Nathan Flowers tallied 6 points on a 1-yard plunge. 

Colton Sizemore did not score, but the freshman carried the ball seven times, picking up 38 yards. 

Freshman quarterback Adam Kelly Jr. completed a pair of passes against BR in five tries, with senior Skylar Hentz nabbing both catches for 30 yards. 

East Central logo 2Senior Logan Storie is East Central’s main offensive threat, and like Dubois and Foreman, is extremely hard to slow down or stop. 

Storie has rushed for 820 yards and eight TDs on 114 carries.

He also is the top receiver for head coach Justin Roden’s Trojans with six receptions for 152 yards and one TD. 

Junior Alex Maxwell has 258 yards and four TDs on 58 carries, and has completed 18-of-32 passes for two touchdowns. 

Justin Brown, a senior, has nine receptions for 112 yards and two TDs. 

Notes: Sagarin ratings: East Central is rated No. 3 in Class 4A and No. 34 in the state. The Spartans are rated No. 50 in Class 4A and 211th overall. … Connersville has gained 1,950 yards via the run and 248 passing yards. … East Central has 1,290 rushing yards and 444 yards on pass completions. … CHS has scored 187 points, a 31.2 per game average, and given up 173 points (28.8). … The Trojans average 27.5 points (165 total) and have surrendered 100 points (16.6). 

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(Stats via MaxPreps)

 

Tonight’s games

Connersville area / of interest 

Connersville (4-2) at East Central (4-2, 4A No. 8 AP; No. 7 IFCA) (7:30 p.m.) •

Franklin County (4-2) at South Dearborn (1-5) •

Lawrenceburg (5-1, No. 7 AP) at Rushville (0-6) •

Batesville (3-3) at Greensburg (2-4) • 

(• = Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference) 

Cambridge City Lincoln (1-5) at Union City (2-4) ‡

Hagerstown (5-1, 1A No. 16) at Centerville (5-1, 2A No. 13) ‡

Northeastern (3-3) at Union County (3-3) ‡

Shenandoah (4-2) at Winchester (1-5)

Tri (3-3) at Knightstown (2-4) 

(‡ = Tri-Eastern Conference)

 

Lafayette Jeff (6-0, 6A No. 9) at Richmond (0-6)

Muncie Central (1-5) at Marion (4-2, 4A No. 16)

Delta (4-2) at Pendleton Heights (5-1) 7:30 p.m.) *

Greenfield-Central (2-4) at Yorktown (2-4) 7:30 p.m.) *

Shelbyville (5-1) at New Palestine (6-0, 5A No. 2) 7:30 p.m.) *

(* = Hoosier Heritage Conference) 

Columbus East (5-1, 5A No. 4) at Madison (1-5)

Perry Meridian (0-6) at Columbus North (5-1, 6A No. 14)

Terre Haute North (4-2, 5A No. 16) at Bloomington South (2-4) (7:30 p.m.)

Oldenburg Academy (2-4) at Milan (5-1, 2A No. 11) 

Saturday, Sep. 30 

Mt. Vernon (Fortville) (2-4) at New Castle (3-3, 4A No. 18) (1 p.m.) *

(* = Hoosier Heritage Conference) 

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Local youths fare well in martial arts championships

Local youths fare well in martial arts championships

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Brady Clifford and Ariana Escobal turned in sterling performances at the Fort Wayne Summer Slam Martial Arts Championships, winning six events. (Photo contributed)

Two youths from Connersville brought home some impressive hardware after taking part in a recent martial arts competition in northern Indiana. 

Ariana Escobal, 7, and Brady Clifford, 8, students at Day’s Martial Arts Academy in Connersville, combined to win six events during the annual Fort Wayne Summer Slam Martial Arts Championships

Escobal, a red belt, won first place in the weapons, forms and sparring divisions, and also claimed the title of the 12-and-under weapons competition.
Winning the weapons grand champion award earned Escobal a trophy that stands 6 feet tall. 

Escobal has been training under the guidance of veteran instructor Robert Day since she was 3-years-old. She is the daughter of Titus and Tishana Escobal. 

Clifford — a green belt — won first place in both the weapons and forms divisions. His parents are Shane and Jennifer Clifford.

“I’m very proud of them. Both of them work really hard,” said Day, who has practiced and taught martial arts for over 30 years.

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Spartans host Broad Ripple in Homecoming clash

Spartans host Broad Ripple in Homecoming clash

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The perfect ending for Connersville High School’s annual Homecoming football game would be a third consecutive win by the Spartans.

The outcome of the contest will be official around 9:30 tonight after head coach Adam Kelly’s Spartans and Indianapolis Broad Ripple go at it at CHS Field. Kickoff is 7 p.m.

Connersville (3-2) enters the game off a 44-34 road victory over Rushville, a game that saw senior standout Dalton Dubois amass 335 rushing yards on 22 carries, and the team nearly hit the 500 rushing yards mark.

Dubois scored three touchdowns, on a 69-yard jaunt, a 56-yard run and from 1-yard out. He also booted a 27-yard field goal late in the first quarter.

Senior Donovan Foreman churned out 93 yards on 23 carries and scored two TDs, and senior Skylar Hentz ran for 31 yards on 4 carries, scoring on a 14-yard run late in the second quarter.

Adding 8 yards by senior Nathan Flowers and 2 by freshman Adam Kelly Jr., CHS finished with a whopping 469 rushing yards. The Spartans only pass attempt was incomplete.

Broad Ripple is winless in five games, losing last week to Class 3A No. 5 Guerin Catholic, 56-14. The 14 points are two more than the Rockets scored in their first four outings, which includes shutout losses to Heritage Christian (68-0) and Eastern Hancock (55-0).

A year ago, CHS blitzed Broad Ripple, 43-6. It was Connersville’s third straight win over the 3A Indianapolis school, which will close after the 2017-18 school year.

The Spartans average 25.2 points a game and give up 31. The Rockets score just 5.2 points an outing while surrendering 47.4.

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(Stats via Maxpreps) (Photo by Jeff Gabbard) 

Tonight’s games

Connersville area / of interest

(All games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) 

 

Indianapolis Broad Ripple (0-5) at Connersville (3-2)

Greensburg (2-3) at Franklin County (3-2)

Lapel (3-2) at Rushville (0-5)

South Dearborn (1-4) at East Central (3-2, 4A No. 7) •

Batesville (3-2) at Lawrenceburg (4-1, 3A No. 10) •

(• = Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference) 

Centerville (4-1, 2A No. 13) at Northeastern (3-2) ‡

Tri (3-2) at Hagerstown (4-1, 1A No. 14) ‡

Union County (3-2) at Cambridge City Lincoln (0-5) ‡

Winchester (1-4) at Union City (1-4) ‡

(‡ = Tri-Eastern Conference) 

Richmond (0-5) at Logansport (3-2)

Muncie Central (1-4) at Harrison (West Lafayette) (3-2, 5A No. 13) 

New Castle (3-2) at Delta (3-2) (7:30 p.m.) *

New Palestine (5-0, 5A No. 2) at Greenfield-Central (2-3) (7:30 p.m.) *

Pendleton Heights (4-1) at Mt. Vernon (Fortville) (2-3) (7:30 p.m.) *

Yorktown (2-3) at Shelbyville (4-1) (7:30 p.m.) *

(* = Hoosier Heritage Conference) 

Columbus North (4-1, 6A No. 17) at Terre Haute North (4-1, 5A No. 13)

Floyd Central (4-1, 5A No. 9) at Columbus East (4-1, 5A No. 4)

Bloomington South (2-3, 5A No. 16) at Terre Haute South (1-4)

Edinburgh (0-5) at Milan (4-1, 2A No. 11) 

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Spartans, Dubois run past Rushville for 44-34 win

Spartans, Dubois run past Rushville for 44-34 win

 

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Senior backfield ace Dalton Dubois rushed for 335 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Connersville Spartans to a 44-34 win over host Rushville Friday in non-conference play. 

The Spartans improve to 3-2, Rushville drops to 0-5. 

CHS nearly hit the 500-yard rushing mark, finishing with 469. 

Senior Donovan Foreman ran for 93 yards, scoring two TDs, and Skylar Hentz, also a senior, picked up 31 yards and scored one TD. 

The Lions led by as many as 10 (13-3, Dubois kicked a first-quarter field goal) — and held a 20-17 advantage at halftime. 

Head coach Adam Kelley’s squad scored 20 points in the fourth quarter to secure the win. 

Junior Cameron Craig rushed for 195 yards and scored 3 TDs for the Lions. Craig also caught three passes for 45 yards. 

Gage Rosenfeld and Jordon Davis each caught a touchdown pass from quarterback Mason Springman (8-of-16, 130 yards). 

CHS will go for it’s third straight win when it hosts Indianapolis Broad Ripple Friday at CHS Field (7 p.m.). The Rockets are 0-5. 

It is Connersville’s annual Homecoming game. 

(Stats via Maxpreps) 

Indiana high school football scores, Sept. 15 

Connersville area / games of interest 

 

Connersville 44, Rushville 34

East Central 51, Batesville 10

Greensburg 33, South Dearborn 7

Lawrenceburg 44, Franklin County 34

Hagerstown 39, Union County 6

Winchester 36, Cambridge City Lincoln 13

Marion 41, Richmond 0

New Castle 62, Yorktown 55 (OT)

Guerin Catholic 56, Indianapolis Broad Ripple 14

Northeastern 26, Tri 0

Centerville 38, Union City 6

Indianapolis Tech 34, Muncie Central 21

New Palestine 41, Pendleton Heights 21

Shelbyville 41, Greenfield-Central 14

Mt. Vernon (Fortville) 31, Delta 26

Columbus East 77, New Albany 34

Columbus North 37, Terre Haute South 13

Southport 29, Bloomington South 28

Terre Haute North 42, Bloomington North 11

Eastern Hancock 28, Knightstown 14

Milan 41, North Decatur 21 

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