South Dearborn Boys Varsity Football

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Axel Bell Signs to Play Football at Thomas More University

South Dearborn Knights 2018 All-State Football player, Axel Bell, signs to play football with Thomas More University.  Axel finished his high school football career, tying the single game sack record with 4 and setting the career sack record with 16.  We wish Axel continued success on the field in the future! Pictured Left to Right

A Message From Coach Ballart

I want to thank all of the South Dearborn High School community for the support you have shown the football program this season.   There is no way we would have been able to accomplish the GREAT things we have this season without your support. Obviously it didn’t end the way we wanted on Friday night BUT

KNIGHTS HOST THE FIRST ROUND OF THE IHSAA CLASS 4A FOOTBALL SECTIONAL #23 THIS FRIDAY

South Dearborn will host the first round of the IHSAA Class 4A Football Sectional #23 games this Friday, 10/19/18, against the Jennings County Panthers!  Kick off is 7:00 pm.  Admission to the game is $6.00 and passes will not be accepted for this event per the IHSAA.  Come out and cheer our KNIGHTS to victory!

SD Knights Football Annual Bonfire This Thursday!

Everyone is invited out to the Annual Bonfire THIS Thursday night to get “FIRED UP” to beat Jennings County!  The Knights will host the Panthers in the first round of sectional play Friday night at the Knights Stadium.  We plan to light the bonfire after the freshman game at approximately 7:45 – 8:00.  It will

South Dearborn Beat Lawrenceburg in Overtime on Friday Night!

The South Dearborn Knights secured an overtime victory against Lawrenceburg on Friday night in the Battle of U.S. 50! SD running back David Blair fumbled at the goal line, but the loose ball was scooped up by fullback Nathan Pruitt in the end zone for the winning score of 20 to 14. Timmy Dick led

KNIGHTS VARSITY FOOTBALL DEFEATS FRANKLIN COUNTY 49-9!

On Friday night, the Knights Varsity football team defeated Franklin County 49 – 9! Quarterback Adam Dixon and the Knights offense overpowered the Franklin County defense. Dixon was 13 of 20 passing for 298 yards with five touchdowns. Ethan Getz caught 4 passes for 116 yards and 3 touchdowns. Trey Thies and Chance Sperringer each