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Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula is carried off the field in 1993 at Philadelphia after his 325th career win - breaking the longtime league record set by George Halas. Lawrenceburg’s Chris Green, drafted from the University of Illinois played his third NFL season, at cornerback and safety, with Miami that year. (George Widman/Associated Press)
Now 52 and a resident of suburban north Atlanta, Chris Green has been a national account manager for 19 years for S & D Coffee and Tea, which services national fast-food chains and health care institutions. (The Wall Street Journal)
Lawrenceburg High School girls soccer senior Avery Seig (seated, center) recently completed her COVID-19 in-home signing to continue her career at Thomas More University this fall. Joining her, from left, was sister Payton Seig, dad Don Seig, boyfrield Logan Tingle and mom Jennifer Seig. Avery plans to major in Elementary Education at TMU, located in Crestview Hills, Ky. Thomas More's Saints compete at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics level and are a member of the Mid-South Conference. (LHS Athletics)
Lawrenceburg High School boys basketball senior Gavin Yoon (seated) made his COVID-19 in-home signing last week to continue his career at Taylor University this fall. Joining him, from left, were parents Ki and Shelly Yoon and brother Garrett Yoon. The sixth 1,000-point career scorer in LHS history, Gavin ranks second on the Tigers' all-time list to Kelcey Mucker after averaging 21.5 points per game this season. Taylor's Trojans compete at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics level and are a member of the 10-team Crossroads League. (LHS Athletics)
NEW ALBANY - Indiana University Southeast junior infielder Clay Woeste was named River States Conference Player of the Week Monday, March 16, just before the Grenadiers' season was cut short due to