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Lawrenceburg's Gavin Yoon (left) lunges past Oldenburg Academy defending Jacob Johnson near midcourt before launching a game-ending prayer shot that missed, giving the No. 12-ranked Twisters the 55-52 overtime win at LHS Thursday.

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Oldenburg's Jacob Johnson (32) splits Lawrenceburg defenders Mitch McCool (5) and Garrett Yoon (2) to score in the second half of the No. 12-ranked (Class A) Twisters' 55-52 overtime victory at LHS Thursday, Feb. 27. (Chuck Folop)

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Andrew Oesterling, who led Oldenburg Academy with 18 points, dribbles around Lawrenceburg's Garrett Yoon in the Twisters' 55-52 overtime win Thursday night, Feb. 27, in the regular season finale for both teams.

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LHS senior Gavin Yoon, who led all scorers with 21 points in Thursday's 55-52 overtime loss to No. 12 Oldenburg Academy, has his drive to the basket disrupted by the Twisters' Jacob Johnson in the final minutes.

TWISTERS TAKE DOWN TIGERS IN OT FINALE, 55-52

LAWRENCEBURG - Lawrenceburg boys basketball takes a 12-10 season mark into next Tuesday's Class 3A sectional opener vs.

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Lawrenceburg head basketball coach John Blackwell turned out in a bright orange suit for the Tigers’ Coaches Vs. Cancer game fund-raiser against arch-rival South Dearborn Friday, Feb. 21 - while SD coach Kevin Reinhardt donned all-red attire. The benefit event, and multiple festivities surrounding it, succeeded in raising a whopping $15,022.22 for the American Cancer Society at both schools. The final $22.22 donation by Blackwell and wife Nicole, signified their tribute, via her jersey number, to former Tiger and Mount St. Joseph University player Lauren Hill. The drive also honored former Lawrenceburg teacher and coach Steve Blackwell, John’s father, who lost his battle with the disease almost exactly 20 years earlier. “Thanks to everyone for coming together like we did!” the LHS coach tweeted afterward.

COACHES VS. CANCER NETS $15,022.22 - Photo

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East Central junior Bryer Hall (fourth from left) stands atop the awards podium with his fellow 152-pound state finals placers after finishing second in Saturday night’s IHSAA State Finals at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. (Sue Story)

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Bryer Hall (left) has fellow 152-pound state title contender Jonathan Kervin, a Floyd Central senior, in a precarious position during Saturday night’s final match. No. 2-ranked Kervin won a 9-7 decision. (Sue Story)

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Bryer Hall's likeness is displayed on the Bankers Life Fieldhouse giant video board after receiving his state runner-up medal for the 152-pound division in Saturday night's IHSAA Wrestling State Finals in Indianapolis. Hall (43-2), ranked No. 3 in the state, battled back from a semistate finals loss the previous weekend to reach the state tournament's ultimate round. (EC Athletics)

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EC junior Bryer Hall (left) stands beside 152-pound state champion Jonathan Kervin, a Floyd Central senior, atop the IHSAA Wrestling State Finals awards podium Saturday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Kervin scored a 9-7 decision for the title. Third place Logan Boe, of Danville, is at right. (Sue Story)

EC'S HALL STATE RUNNER-UP AT 152 POUNDS

INDIANAPOLIS - Clearly miffed at losing his first match of the season - by pin in the semistate title match a week earlier - East Central junior Bryer Hall fought back all the way to the IHSAA Wres

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