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New Lawrenceburg boys varsity basketball coach Brad Cutter (back row, center) is pictured in the Tigers’ team photo after winning the River Town Classic championship in January. Also pictured, from left, are former LHS head coach John Blackwell, Dakota Roth, Adam Burd and Kamar Chenault. Jim Buchberger/Journal-Press

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Cutter, a 2004 South Dearborn graduate, snips the Delaware County Tourney net as head coach of the Wapahani High School girls varsity team from 2015-18.  Photo by wapahaniathletics.com

SD GUY COACHING L'BURG HOOPS?

LAWRENCEBURG - Probably two seconds after Brad Cutter was hired to succeed John Blackwell as Lawrenceburg High School boys varsity basketball coach Monday, May 11, the question popped into the head

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Former Dearborn County high school sports standouts Jordan and Jim Faehr, both 30, faced the battle of their lives when Jordan developed pneumonia from the COVID-19 virus in March. Recovered and back home in Greendale now, she’s expecting their third child in June. (Submitted photo)

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Jordan (Vertz) Faehr, a 5’11” fast-pitch softball hurler at South Dearborn High School, pitched for Wabash Valley (Ill.) and Kentucky Wesleyan during her college career. She set career and single-game strikeout records at SD, with 384 in three seasons and 18 in one game. (KWC Athletics)

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Set for induction to Lawrenceburg’s Athletic Hall of Fame this year, former Tiger three-sport standout Jim Faehr played basketball at Hanover College, where he won the John Collier Mental Attitude Award. (Hanover Athletics)

ATHLETIC BACKGROUNDS PROVE CRUCIAL

GREENDALE - A strong competitive background in sports, from the youth leagues through college, could someday save your life.

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Lawrenceburg’s defense makes a stop at Connersville in the two teams’ Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference non-divisonal game on October 11 last season. Tigers marked a 50-6 victory as the Spartans went on to finish 0-10. (Bill Ammerman/Connersville News-Examiner)

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JACKSON EMBRACES NEW CHALLENGE

BRIGHT - Life has been a little hectic lately, I think we all would agree.

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