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South Dearborn 17, Rushville 7 (6 inn); 3A-29 Semifinal

Aurora-  In the second 3A Sectional 29 baseball semifinal Saturday at South Dearborn, the host Knights defeated Rushville 17-7 in six innings.  The lengthy, 3-hour plus pairing saw eight different pitchers between the two EIAC clubs.

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SD batted first as the visiting team in the IHSAA bracket.  Ethan Getz and Grant McClane produced RBI singles to give their squad a 2-0 lead after a half inning.

The Lions got one of those runs back in the home first thanks to an RBI base hit by Mason Springman.

The two runs posted in the first frame by South Dearborn was repeated in both the second and third innings.  In the second, a Tobie Teke triple and a Getz single each generated a run.  Then in the third, Adam Dixon drove in one on a sacrifice fly and McClane scored on a throwing error.

Rushville was held scoreless in the second but enjoyed its best scoring inning in the third as Aaron Duncan brought home two teammates on a double and Gage Rosenfeld later scored Duncan on an RBI two bagger.  It was 6-4 Knights after three innings.

SD scored in every inning including a single run in the fourth. Dixon walked with the bases loaded which plated Tyler Sloan.

The Lions drew within a run in the home fourth, 7-6, on a 2-RBI single by Springman.

The fifth frame for the Knights was the difference in the semifinal showdown.  SD sent 10 batters to the plate and scored six times, although Getz and Tristan Rinehart had the only two RBI.  Three walks and a hit batter aided in the scoring.

Now down 13-6, RCHS scored its final run in the home fifth as Rosenfeld led off with a walk and later scored on a wild pitch.

The Knights plated four runs in the sixth making it 17-7.  A Getz double, Jace Leonard single and a Dixon base hit each batted in a run.  McClane scored from third on the back end of a double steal.

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