Lawrenceburg

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.

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.

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,

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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