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Prior to Lawrenceburg High School's Jan. 16 varsity home game vs. Bellevue (Ky.), fellow Tigers basketball career 1,000-point scorer Brian Sturgeon (right) presented current senior Gavin Yoon with a game ball commemorating Yoon's recent milestone. The 6'1" guard surpassed the 1,000 mark Jan. 3 vs. Toledo (Ohio) Cardinal Stritch in the Not Quite Hawaii Challenge at Holy Cross High in Covington. Gavin is averaging 21.3 points through 10 games for Coach John Blackwell's 8-2 team this season. (LHS Athletics)

YOON'S 1,000TH POINT HONORED - Photo

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Lawrenceburg junior Dakota Roth (20) came off the bench to hit 4-5 three-pointers in the Tigers' 82-22 blowout win over Bellevue (Ky.) Thursday night at home.

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Senior Andrew Rennekamp attempts to save the basketball while Bellevue's RJ Harris (23) looks on in Lawrenceburg's 82-22 home win Thursday, Jan. 16.

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Lawrenceburg 6'7" sophomore Jackson Bobo (33) eyes the layup from net level in the Tigers' 82-22 homecourt victory over Bellevue (Ky.) Thursday night.

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Senior Mitch McCool (on floor) loses control of the basketball just before Bellevue's Willie Strong trips over him in Lawrenceburg's 82-22 varsity home win Thursday, Jan. 16.

L'BURG ROLLS 82-22 VS. MISMATCHED BELLEVUE

LAWRENCEBURG - When stateline rival Harrison (Ohio) dumped Lawrenceburg boys basketball from its schedule last year, the Tigers got no response in trying to find an Indiana rival to fill the date.

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East Central senior Jackson Ketcham became only the fourth 4-time Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference Most Valuable Swimmer award winner Jan. 11 at Connersville. (EC Athletics)

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East Central boys swimmers and divers won their 31st EIAC conference title in school history, and their fifth-straight, while EC's Lady AquaTrojans won for the third time in 4 years and their 21st overall, Saturday, Jan. 11, at Connersville. (EC Athletics)

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EIAC Swim Championships MVPs in the 2020 league meet at Connersville Jan. 11 were, front, girls Most Valuable Swimmer Kyra Hall and, second row, from left: boys co-MVPs Ray Krider, Jackson Ketcham and Nick Weber. (EC Athletics)

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EIAC Boys 1-Meter Diving champion John Crawley broke his own school record, as well as setting a new conference mark, in the competition Friday, Jan. 10, at Connersville.

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East Central's EIAC champion Boys 400 Freestyle Relay, which set a new conference record in 3:22.0 Jan. 11 at Connersville, are, front to back: Matthew Badinghaus, Nick Weber, Jackson Ketcham and Ray Krider. (EC Athletics)

KETCHAM 4-TIME MVP AS EC SWIMMERS SWEEP

CONNERSVILLE - East Central senior Jackson Ketcham became only the fourth 4-time Most Valuable Swimmer in Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference history as the AquaTrojans swept both boys and girls le

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Lawrenceburg’s Juliana Kemper (12) blocks a shot attempt by Jac-Cen-Del guard Annabelle Williams (22) in Tuesday night’s 70-45 home win.

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Holly Knippenberg recovers a loose basketball for Lawrenceburg’s Lady Tigers (19-0) in the first half of Tuesday’s 70-45 win over Jac-Cen-Del.

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LHS 5'11" junior Kirsten Cross (5) slips past Jac-Cen-Del's Anna Hubbard (44) to score from the post in Tuesday's 70-45 win over the Class A No. 5-ranked Eagles.

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Tigers' 5'10" sophomore Kristin Roark beats a pair of Jac-Cen-Del defenders to the bucket in Lawrenceburg's 70-45 homecourt victory Tuesday night, Jan. 14. LHS moved to 19-0 for the season while JCD fell to 14-4.

LADY TIGERS NOW 19-0 WITH 4 TO GO

LAWRENCEBURG - Confidence.

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Lawrenceburg's junior varsity girls basketball JV River Town Classic Champions, who defeated Switzerland County 43-29 in the Jan. 13 final are, first row, from left: Lilly Cash, Cambria Clawson, Nicole Houze and Mackenzie Bennett. Second row: coach Eric Hostetler, Shelby Mattox, Malissa McClinton, Ivy Hinkle, Molly Steuer, Lizzie Redar, Hannah White and coach Jason Redar. (LHS Athletics)

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Lawrenceburg's junior varsity boy basketball JV River Town Classic Champions, who defeated Rising Sun 47-24 in the Jan. 13 final are, from left: Brayden Watkins, Logan Scalf, Reece Denning, Adam Burd, Brayden York, Logan Bruner, Ashton Craig, Luke Mollaun, Aaron Scudder and Dakota Roth. Tiger reserves are coached by Nick Scalf. (LHS Athletics)

L'BURG RESERVES SWEEP JV RIVER TOWN TITLES

LAWRENCEBURG - Lawrenceburg boys and girls basketball swept the 2020 JV River Town Classic championships Monday night on the Tigers' home floor.

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