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Lawrenceburg senior Molly Dunn (4, right) attacks from the left of the goal, marked by Connersville’s Alyssa Williams (6) and Morgan Dafler (14) in Tuesday’s 5-0 sectional win. (Rachel Acasio)

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Lawrenceburg junior Holly Knippenberg (7) looks for an open teammate as she cuts the corner, marked by Connersville's Chyann Young (21) in Tuesday’s 5-0 Class 2A girls soccer sectional win at Dick Meador Stadium. Knippenberg scored the Lady Tigers' first goal at 38:03 in the first half.

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Senior Lexi Knight (13) of Lawrenceburg's No. 8-ranked Lady Tigers passes around Connersville defender Claire Kleve (19) in Tuesday's 5-0 Class 2A girls soccer sectional first round win at Dick Meador Stadium. (Rachel Acasio)

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Lawrenceburg's Chloe Rutzel (3) looks for the open passing lane in the Lady Tigers' 5-0 win in Tuesday's first round of the Class 2A girls soccer sectional at Dick Meador Stadium. (Rachel Acasio)

NO. 8 LADY TIGERS CRUISE IN 2A FIRST ROUND

LAWRENCEBURG - Lawrenceburg's No.

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Lawrenceburg senior fullback Casey Radenheimer (34) leaps high for a head ball atttempt off a second-half corner kick in the 14th-ranked Tigers' 0-0 (3-2 PK) Class 2A sectional first round loss to host Rushville Monday, Oct. 7.

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Sophomore Asher Gentry (18) of Lawrenceburg is confronted by Rushville goalkeeper Chase Custer on one of numerous Tiger scoring opportunities in the second half of Monday's 0-0 (3-2 PK) Class 2A sectional upset win by the Lions.

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Lawrenceburg senior goalkeeper Zach Kozlowski makes a diving save in the first overtime shootout to keep the 14th-ranked Tigers' chances alive in an eventual 0-0 (3-2 PK) Class 2A sectional first round loss at Rushville Monday.

SHOCKED TIGERS UPSET IN 3-2 SHOOTOUT

RUSHVILLE - Scoreless and frustrated for the entire 80-minute match and two 7-minute overtimes by a packed-in Rushville defense, Lawrenceburg's 14th-ranked Tigers seemed to get a reprieve in the fi

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Lawrenceburg QB Garrett Yoon (2) and WR Dahya Patel (88) celebrate their picture-perfect 36-yard TD pass for a 7-6 lead in the first quarter of Friday’s 48-18 EIAC 3A win at Rushville

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H-back Mason Kennedy (13) heads for the end zone with a 25-yard TD pass from Garrett Yoon to give Lawrenceburg a 28-6 lead at 9:33 in the second quarter of Friday's 48-18 EIAC title-clinching win at Rushville.

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Lawrenceburg senior Seth Lampert (4) catches a slat pass between 4 Rushville defenders for his 22-yard TD in the first quarter of Friday's 48-18 EIAC 3A Division title victory Friday, Oct. 4, at Hinshaw Field.

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Sophomore Dahya Patel (88) runs for extra yardage after a catch in Lawrenceburg's 48-18 EIAC 3A Division championship win at Rushville Friday night, Oct. 4.

TIGERS SECURE 25TH FOOTBALL CROWN, 48-18

RUSHVILLE - Garrett Yoon threw for 4 touchdowns and ran for 2 more as Lawrenceburg’s Tigers wrapped up their 25th Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference football championship in school history Friday.

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