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Rising Sun's Shiners registered their first River Town Classic boys tournament championship in the 19-year history of the event with wins over defending champ Lawrenceburg, 55-47, and Switzerland County, 51-35, Jan. 3-5 at South Dearborn. (Mason J. Uhlmansiek)

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Rising Sun boys basketball boys seniors hoist the Shiners’ first River Town Classic trophy after Saturday’s 51-35 title game victory. (Mason J. Uhlmansiek)

SHINERS TAKE 1ST-EVER RIVER TOWN CROWN

AURORA - Quite possibly the happiest 4-6 team in Indiana high school basketball this week, Rising Sun’s boys varsity Shiners won their first River Town Classic championship in 19 years of trying Sa

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East Central sophomore Tanner Bush clamps down on a Jeffersonville rival en route to winning the 106-pound weight class title with an 8-0 mark in the two-day Madison Super Duals Dec. 29-29. (Sue Story)

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Sophomore Kole Viel was one of six weight class runners-up for East Central wrestling in the Madison Super Duals Dec. 28-29, finishing second in the 182-pound division. (Sue Story)

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Senior Adam Negangard finished second in the 138-pound division as East Central wrestlers won the two-day, 9-team Madison Super Duals Dec. 28-29. (Sue Story)

EC GRAPPLERS WIN MADISON SUPER DUALS

MADISON - East Central wrestling went 8-0, with two individual champions and six 7-1 wrestlers, to capture the two-day Madison Super Duals Friday and Saturday, Dec. 28-29.

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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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