South Dearborn Boys 7th Grade Basketball

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SD Boys Defeat Switz, Continue to Rivertown Championship

On Thursday night, the South Dearborn Knights entered the annual Rivertown Classic outscoring the Switzerland County Pacers 60-58. In a true team effort, both offensively and defensively, several Knights made it to the scoreboard. Weston Taylor put up 20 points, Collier Holtegel added 10, Austin Miller scored 8, and Adam Bailey added a solid 7 points. 

Knights Take On Tough Batesville Team

Last night at home, South Dearborn’s boys varsity team took a tough loss to the visiting Batesville Bulldogs. Adam Harves opened the scoring for the Knights with a three pointer, but SD struggled throughout the first half. They headed to the locker room with Basteville ahead 43-16. The Knights played better the third quarter, but

Knights Outpace Switz. Co.

The SD varsity boys’ basketball team played arguably their best “complete” game in a long time Friday night to send the Switzerland County Pacers home disappointed. Final score was 65-60.  Three Knights scored in double digits, as Collier Holtegel and Weston Taylor tied for the team lead with 19 and Austin Miller put in 12.

Oatman, SD Outscore Raiders

Evan Oatman scored 17 points Saturday in a freshmen game against South Ripley at South Dearborn…South Ripley scored 16 as a team.  Bill Rose’s Knights got their first win, 35-16 as Oatman and the rest of the Knights got out to an early lead and kept piling on with each passing minute. SD started out

Rising Sun Outshines SD

The Rising Sun Shiners put a damper on the Knights’ season opener Wednesday night by sending them home with an 11-point loss, 55-44.  Coach Shumate’s crew trailed at the end of each quarter, although they did have a lead for a short time in the second and third. SD had opportunities to keep the game

Freshmen Boys Out-Sized by Spartans

The freshman boys basketball Knights got off to rough start last night at Connersvillle with several turnovers and early missed shots, but they fought back to make a late third quarter run and cut the lead to twelve. They even outscored the taller Spartans, who went 6’6″ and 6’5″ across the front line, in the

Boys Basketball Focused on Keys to Success

With the season opener just 24 hours away, the boys basketball team knows they have some things to prove. After a rough 2011-12 campaign of 3 wins and 18 losses, the team looks to make vast improvements, but with four of the five starters returning the team is up to the challenge.  “The team needs

9BBB Drops Opener By 1

The SD boys freshmen basketball team lost a tight game to Switzerland County to open their season.  After being tied 5-5 after one, the Knights trailed by 4 at halftime, 15-11.  They were down 23-18 at the start of the 4th quarter.  In the closing seconds, Dylon Neff made a putback off an errant jumper,