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Lawrenceburg's Lexi Knight (13, left) battles Faith Sullivan of Oldenburg Academy during the No. 10-ranked Lady Tigers' 5-0 varsity soccer road win Tuesday, Sept. 3. (Sandy Mahoney)

SEIG'S HAT TRICK LEADS LADY TIGERS OVER OA

OLDENBURG - Lawrenceburg senior Avery Seig converted a second-half hat trick to lead the No. 10-ranked Lady Tigers to a 5-0 win at Oldenburg Academy Tuesday, Sept. 3.

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Track title contender JJ Hughes' No. 76 sprint car crashed hard near the end of Saturday's 25-lap feature race, but Hughes wasn't seriously injured. (Tim Thomas/L'burg Speedway)

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Indianapolis driver Nick Bilbee won Lawrenceburg Speedway's Kelsey Chevrolet 25-lap sprint car feature for a second-straight week, and the third time this season, Saturday, Aug. 31. (Tim Thomas/L'burg Speedway)

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Taking a tumble during Saturday's Kelsey Chevrolet sprint car feature, JJ Hughes' No. 76 remains a season points title contender, in fourth place with 2 points races remaining. (Tim Thomas/L'burg Speedway)

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Aurora's Matt Hamilton drove the No. 9H car to victory in Lawrenceburg Speedway's KOI Auto Parts UMP Modified class 20-lap feature for the 7th time this season Saturday, Aug. 31. (Tim Thomas/L'burg Speedway)

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Versailles' Cordell Moore kept his Lawrenceburg Speedway points title hopes active with his win in Saturday's 12-lap Bessler's U Pull N Save Hornets class feature, his third this season. (Tim Thomas/L'burg Speedway)

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Mike Ackman returned to early-season form to win Saturday's 15-lap Impact Sports Pure Stocks feature at Lawrenceburg Speedway, keeping himself in the season points title picture. (Tim Thomas/L'burg Speedway)

BILBEE BACK-TO-BACK SPRINT WINNER

LAWRENCEBURG - Indianapolis driver Nick Bilbee started on the pole and led all 25 laps for his third win of the year, and second in a row, in Saturday’s Kelsey Chevrolet sprint car feature at Lawre

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Rising Sun goalkeeper Jordan Parsons made the save, then ducked to avoid Lawrenceburg’s diving attacker Asher Gentry (18) in last week’s rainy 1-0 win by the 17th-ranked (Class 2A) Tigers at Dick Meador Stadium. (Mason J. Uhlmansiek)

17TH-RANKED L'BURG BOYS 5-0 VS. TOUGH GOING

LAWRENCEBURG - With 5 tough matches in a span of 8 days to open its 2019 season, No. 17-ranked (Class 2A) Lawrenceburg boys soccer earned every bit of its 5-0 start Aug. 22-29.

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