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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.

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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.

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Zach Mollaun (23) of Lawrenceburg juggles a rebound as Taylor's Bennett Weiherer (11) and Jose Gonzalez (12) close in during the Tigers' 57-46 overtime win Tuesday night.

GAVIN YOON TAKES CHARGE IN OT

LAWRENCEBURG - After missing 6 of 8 fourth quarter free throws that could have settled m

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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)

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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)

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East Central weight class champs celebrate at the Pendleton Heights Invitational Saturday, Dec. 8. They are (not in order): Tanner Bush, Tyler Schneider, Charlie Euson, Kasey Carr and Kole Viel. (Sue Story)

LHS MATMEN WIN INVITE OVER HOST TROJANS

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.

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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)

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Juliana Kemper (12) had 27 points with 12 rebounds in her re- cord-breaking performance Satur-day against visiting Rushville. (Tim Ashcraft)

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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)

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Lawrenceburg's Juliana Kemper inbounds the basketball during Saturday's 48-44 EIAC home win over Rushville that saw her break the school's career scoring record of 1,056 points with a three-point bucket in the first quarter. (Tim Ashcraft)

KEMPER NOW LHS ALL-TIME SCORER

LAWRENCEBURG - Which event was bigger for Lawrenceburg girls basketball Saturday afternoon was debatable.

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