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East Central varsity wrestlers continued their comeback season with Saturday’s first IHSAA sectional championship since 2011, 230.5-210 over Lawrence- burg at South Dearborn. Trojans, who’ll go for the Triple Crown team victory in this weekend’s Richmond regional, advance 11 with 3 sectional champs. (Sue Story)

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Lawrenceburg's unbeaten (31-0) senior Grant Stapleton will put his season on the line at regional after capturing the 126-pound sectional title Saturday at South Dearborn. (Sue Story)

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South Dearborn senior Zach Otto (23-4) eked out a 6-5 sectional championship decision over Lawrenceburg's Andrew Roberts (25-2) at 152 pounds in Saturday's IHSAA meet on the home mat. (Sue Story)

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East Central sophomore Kole Viel (32-6) was the 182-pound division champion in Saturday's IHSAA sectional meet at South Dearborn. (Sue Story)

EC WRESTLERS WIN 19TH SECTIONAL

AURORA - Now with its 19th sectional championship in school history, East Central wrestling leads all EIAC teams - having once won 12 consecutive titles (1992-2003) under Indiana Hall of Fame coach

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As usual, Lawrenceburg junior Juliana Kemper (12) was the center of defensive attention in the No. 12-ranked Lady Tigers' 64-57 EIAC loss to No. 9 Greensburg Thursday at home. She finished with 19 points, 13 rebounds.

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LHS senior Makenna White (3) drives for the open shot, spliting Greensburg defenders Liz Pavy and Micha Morrison, in Thursday night's 64-57 EIAC homecourt loss.

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Freshman guard Kristen Roark (4) gave Lawrenceburg an unexpected boost off the bench with 9 points in Thursday's 64-57 EIAC and regular season finale loss to Greensburg. No. 12 Lady Tigers capped a 19-4 regular slate.

LHS GIRLS START WELL, CAN'T HOLD VS. PIRATES

LAWRENCEBURG - Lawrenceburg girls basketball started well in Thursday night's EIAC second-place battle with No. 9 Greensburg,

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Breast cancer survivors were honored in impressive pregame ceremonies on Pink Out Night prior to Lawrenceburg's girls basketball game at No. 2-ranked (Class 2A) Triton Central Friday night. Lady Tigers (19-3) played better despite their third loss of the season, 68-58. (TC Athletics)

TRITON CENTRAL LOSS SPINS BETTER FOR LHS

FAIRLAND - Friday's 10-point loss at No. 2-ranked (Class 2A) Triton Central, 68-58, actually spun positive for Lawrenceburg's 12th-ranked (3A) Lady Tigers.

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