Lawrenceburg High School junior Juliana Kemper has been named Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference girls basketball Most Valuable Player for the 2018-19 season by vote of the conference coaches.
Lawrenceburg senior Alex Flannery (30) looks for an opening from the post in the Tigers' 54-48 home loss to Class 3A sectional rival Madison Thursday, Feb. 7. Cubs Jackson Falconberry (25), Cooper Yancey (23) and Nick Center (1) provide the defense.
Senior Baylin Heidorn (42) of Lawrenceburg battles Madison's Cooper Yancey (23) for a rebound in the Tigers' 54-48 loss Thursday night, Feb. 7, at LHS.
LAWRENCEBURG - Playing catchup to Class 3A sectional rival Madison all night Thursday, Lawrenceburg boys basketball took two brief two-point leads early in the fourth quarter of what proved to be a
Lawrenceburg’s Juliana Kemper (12) pulls up and shoots en route to her game-high double-double of 21 points and 19 rebounds in Monday’s 55-53 overtime Class 3A sectional title game loss to No. 8 Greensburg.
The ball goes flying and so does Lawrenceburg’s Makenna White (3) as she’s challenged by Greensburg defenders in Monday night’s 55-53 Class 3A sectional overtime heartbreaker.
Tigers' Tristyn Dennis (13) is sandwiched by Greensburg defenders in Monday night’s Class 3A sectional 55-53 overtime championship.
LAWRENCEBURG - Everything was set up for Lawrenceburg girls basketball to capture its first sectional title since 1981 in Monday night's weather-delayed championship final.
A rebound is knocked out of the hands of Lawrenceburg’s Jenna Farmer (24) in a melee under the basket in Saturday’s 41-39 3A semifinal round victory over Madison at LHS.
Makenna White (3) fights to bring the ball upcourt in Lawrenceburg’s 41-39 Class 3A semifinal win over Madison Saturday night, Feb. 2.
LAWRENCEBURG - With a laugher and a nailbiter Friday and Saturday nights - in the weather-delayed Class 3A Sectional 29 girls basketball tourney - Lawrenceburg’s Lady Tigers advanced to their first
South Dearborn's Knights won their 7th regional wrestling championship in school history, while taking back-to-back titles for only the second time ever, 99.5-80.0 over runner-up East Central in Saturday's 20-team IHSAA event at Richmond. (Sue Story)
RICHMOND - Triple Crown winner in 2018, South Dearborn wrestlers turned the tables on East Central’s attempt to duplicate that feat by repeating as IHSAA regional champion, 99.5-89.0