Softball Sectional 54 at Rossville
Dates: May 21‐26, 2018.
Times: Determined by host school.
Admission: $6 per session; $10 season
G1: Faith Christian vs. Rossville.
G2: Frontier vs. Tri‐County.
G3: Clinton Central vs. Clinton Prairie.
G4: Sheridan vs. Winner of G1.
G5: Winner of G2 vs. Winner of G3.
Championship: Winner of G4 vs. Winner of G5
About the Draw: To conduct the random drawing for the softball state tournament, the IHSAA places ping‐pong balls representing each school in a given sectional into a lottery‐style air mix machine. A motorized fan in the bottom of the machine blows the balls around the inside of the transparent container and air then forces each ball up through a tube in random order. For example, the first ball retrieved from the machine will be the visiting team in game one with the second ball representing the home team in game one. The third ball to come out is the visitor in game two and the fourth ball the home team in game two. That same method is followed through all 64 sectionals and eight semi‐states.
Defending Sectional Champions
4A: Avon, Center Grove, Chesterton, Crown Point, Decatur Central, Floyd Central, Gibson Southern, Greenfield‐Central, Hamilton Southeastern, Homestead, Kokomo, Lawrence North, Leo, Northridge, Penn, Shelbyville.
3A: Bellmont, Connersville, Danville Community, Edgewood, Evansville Memorial, Fort Wayne Concordia Lutheran, Highland, Kankakee Valley, Lebanon, New Palestine, Northwestern, Silver Creek, South Bend St. Joseph, Tipton, Vincennes Lincoln, Wawasee.
2A: Alexandria, Boone Grove, Bremen, Eastern Hancock, Elwood, Hammond Bishop Noll, Henryville, Indianapolis Scecina, Linton‐Stockton, Milan, Northeastern, South Adams, South Spencer, South Vermillion, Whitko, Winamac.
A: Bethany Christian, Daleville, Edinburgh, Frontier, Hauser, Indianapolis Lutheran, Lanesville, Morgan Township, North Daviess, Orleans, Pioneer, Riverton Parke, Shakamak, South Central (Union Mills), Tecumseh, Tri.
Most Consecutive Sectional Championships: 15 by Tecumseh, 2003‐current.
Active Sectional Championship Streaks (Three or more years)
15: Tecumseh. 14: Indianapolis Scecina Memorial. 11: Indianapolis Lutheran. 5: Decatur Central. 4: Floyd Central, Gibson Southern, Hauser, Leo, Penn, South Central (Union Mills), Tri. 3: Boone Grove, Homestead.
Top 10 All‐Time Sectional Championships
21: Boonville, Center Grove. 20: Indianapolis Lutheran. 18: Decatur Central, Eastern (Greentown), Floyd Central, Lake Central, Pioneer, Shenandoah. 17: Huntington North, Indianapolis Scecina, Pendleton Heights, Tecumseh.