LIBERTY - With several steep tests remaining to threaten their unbeaten (now 13-0) season mark, Lawrenceburg's No.
ST. LEON - Seniors Mackenzie Ewing of East Central and Grace Taylor of Lawrenceburg share Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference volleyball co-Most Valuable Player honors for the 2018 fall season.
Lawrenceburg junior Gavin Yoon’s shot draws attention from Taylor defenders Josh Batte (10), G’Marion Jones (0) and Danny Austing, as the Tigers’ Adam Burd (10) looks on in Tuesday’s 57-46 overtime victory at LHS.
After a few Lawrenceburg bobbles, Gavin Yoon scored the Tigers’ first 10 points in overtime en route to 24 total to secure Lawrenceburg’s 57-46 win over Taylor (Ohio) Tuesday.
LAWRENCEBURG - After missing 6 of 8 fourth quarter free throws that could have settled m
Lawrenceburg’s Tiger wrestlers won the East Central Invitational title Saturday, Dec. 15, edging the host Trojans 40-36 in their dual match in the six-team event at St. Leon. (Sue Story)
East Central wrestler Andrew Roberts closes in for the pin on a 152-pound division rival in Saturday's EC Invitational at St. Leon. Trojans finished second in the six-team event. (Sue Story)
ST. LEON - Lawrenceburg's Tigers scored a four-point win over the host Trojans to finish 5-0 Saturday, Dec. 15, capturing the East Central Invitational 2018 championship.
It takes a team to help outstanding individual players achieve record, which is why Lawrenceburg’s unbeaten Lady Tigers (12-0) were all smiles after junior Juliana Kemper (front & center) broke the school’s all-time girls basketball scoring record in Saturday afternoon’s key 48-44 EIAC win over Rushville. (Rachel Acasio)
Juliana Kemper (12) had 27 points with 12 rebounds in her re- cord-breaking performance Satur-day against visiting Rushville. (Tim Ashcraft)
Lawrenceburg senior guard Makenna White (3) drives the basketball on a Rushville defender during Saturday afternoon's 48-44 comeback win that improved the Lady Tigers' season mark to 12-0. (Rachel Acasio)
LAWRENCEBURG - Which event was bigger for Lawrenceburg girls basketball Saturday afternoon was debatable.