South Dearborn Boys 8th Grade Football

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South Dearborn High School Football Varsity falls to Batesville High School 7-52

Sport Football Varsity Home Score 7 Away Score 52 Game Recap The South Dearborn Knights were defeated by the Batesville Bulldogs on Friday by a score of 52-7. The Knights were unable to generate much momentum on either side of the football and found themselves down 31-0 at halftime. Despite not committing a single penalty

Spartans End Knights’ Season

The South Dearborn varsity football team ended their season Friday with a 21-13 loss at Connersville. The Knights weathered the rain and mud all night and fought hard for 48 minutes, but in the end they could not find enough offense or make crucial defensive stops to beat the Spartans. The first two touchdowns for

Muncie Southside 48 SD 14

Senior night started out promising for the Knights when Josh Faller picked off a Rebel pass and returned it 50 yards for a touchdown, but Muncie Southside responded with 48 unanswered points over the next 3 1/2 quarters to send the Knights to an 0-9 regular season record. Josh Proctor’s 8-yard scamper in the fourth

Freshmen FB Pounds Tigers

The SD freshmen football team dominated Lawrenceburg Thursday night and ended their season with a 40-0 win. The offense was sparked by 4 touchdowns by Calib Rudisell, three on the ground and one on a pass from Evan Oatman. Oatman also had a rushing touchdown, as did Matt Disbro. Defensively, Austin Schreiber had 2 interceptions

Tigers Rain On Knights’ Parade

A good night by QB Clayton Hensley, receiver Adam Bailey and RB AJ Hummel was not enough to put the Knights in the win column on the eve of the Farmers’ Fair parade. After falling behind early, 9-0, SD battled back with a 27-yard TD pass from Hensley to Bailey on the first play of

Freshman FB Shut Out By FC

The freshman football team traveled to Franklin County on Thursday and was held scoreless.  The final was 42-0.  The offense could not get anything going despite strong efforts by offensive linemen Sam Smith and Christian Furr.  The freshmen team has one more chance to redeem themselves in their final game against Lawrenceburg on Thursday, October