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South Dearborn wrestlers recognized on Senior Night prior to their home dual meet with Franklin County Jan. 9, bookended by assistant coach Chris Nobbe and head coach George Gardner, are, from left: Adam Bushorn, Austin Boggs, Zach Otto and Zach Dick. (Sandra Hasting)

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SD senior wrestler Zach Otto gets a spectacular takedown throw of his Franklin County opponent en route to a fall victory Wednesday, Jan. 9. (Sandra Hasting)

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South Dearborn senior wrestler Austin Boggs nears a pin victory over his Franklin County opponent on Senior Night at home Wednesday, Jan. 9. (Sandra Hasting)

SD WRESTLERS PIN SENIOR NIGHT VICTORY

AURORA - South Dearborn wrestling scored a 51-24 Senior Night victory over Franklin County Wednesday, Jan. 9.

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South Dearborn junior Alex Shackelford tallied 44 points in two games, including 26 in Saturday’s consolation final victory, to earn River Town Classic all-tournament honors.

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Rising Sun's Shiners (4-6) captured their first-ever River Town Classic championship, 51-35 over Switzerland County Saturday night, Jan. 5, at South Dearborn. Senior guard Noah Pflum was named tourney MVP, with classmate Nick Koons also named to the all-tournament squad.

SILVER LINING IN 3RD PLACE WIN FOR KNIGHTS

AURORA - Prior to Saturday night’s 57-47 River Town Classic consolation final, South Dearborn boys basketball marked its last win over arch-rival Lawrenceburg on Friday, Feb. 15, 2013.

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Lawrenceburg senior Makenna White raises the Lady Tigers’ third-straight River Town Classic championship trophy following her team's 56-22 title game win over South Dearborn Friday, Jan. 4. Also pictured, from left, are: Juliana Kemper, Justice Chambers, Tristyn Dennis, Jenna Farmer and Macey Radenheimer.

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Lawrenceburg junior Juliana Kemper (12) totaled 35 points and 22 rebounds in two games to repeat as River Town Classic Most Valuable Player.

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Lawrenceburg's No. 9-ranked (Class 3A) Lady Tigers (18-1) line up for their team photo following a 56-22 win over South Dearborn for their third consecutive River Town Classic championship Friday night, Jan. 4, at Aurora.

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Juliana Kemper smiles with her 2018 River Town Classic girls basketball tournament Most Valuable Player trophy after her 20-point, 9-rebound performance in the Lady Tigers' 56-22 title game victory Jan. 4.

'D' TAKES 3RD-STRAIGHT RIVER TOWN CROWN

AURORA - Lawrenceburg girls basketball led comfortably enough, 21-12 at halftime over host South Dearborn, in its quest for a third-straight River Town Class championship Friday night.

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Switzerland County's Damian Breeck (left), who led all scorers with 30 points, bobbles the ball against close defense by Ethan Getz of South Dearborn in the Pacers' 71-68 River Town Classic first round comeback win Thursday.

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South Dearborn's Blaze Coffey dives for the loose basketball as Damian Breeck (20) looks for the handle during a late fourth quarter scramble in the Knights 71-68 River Town Classic opener loss Thursday at SD.

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South Dearborn senior forward Chris Moeller (23) drives against Switzerland County defender Coby Chase (15) in the Knights' 71-68 River Town Classic first round loss Thursday, Jan. 3, at Aurora.

SD ON WRONG END OF RIVER TOWN HISTORY

AURORA - An up-and-down 4-6 itself coming into Thursday night's River Town Classic opener, South Dearborn boys basketball hasn't been a favorite to win often this season.

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South Dearborn senior Alyssa McClanahan (3) takes dead aim at the free throw line for one of her 7-7 charities en route to 16 points in the Lady Knights' 62-44 River Town Classic win over Switzerland County Wednesday.

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Junior Kyrstin Bond lines up a three-point shot in South Dearborn's 62-44 River Town Classic first-round win over Switzerland County Wednesday, Jan. 2, at Aurora. Bond finished with team highs of 17 points and 9 rebounds.

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SD's Alyssa McClanahan elbows her way through the lane on a drive to the basket in Wednesdays 62-44 River Town Classic win over Switzerland County.

LADY KNIGHTS SHOOT DOWN SC IN RIVER TOWN

AURORA - South Dearborn girls basketball laced up its shooting shoes for a 62-44 first round victory over Switzerland County in the River Town Classic opener Wednesday night, Jan. 2.

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