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Lawrenceburg 22, No. Harrison 14; 3A Sectional Round 1

Lawrenceburg- The Lawrenceburg and North Harrison football programs have only played twice, ever. Both games were close from start to finish and decided by a touchdown.

Last November in Ramsey, Lawrenceburg took over the lead with 3:53 left in the third quarter, forced two punts by North Harrison, then ran out the final 7:36 to secure the Tigers’ 18th sectional championship, 35-29.

In Friday’s first round, 3A Sectional 31 game at Dick Meador Stadium, Lawrenceburg mounted a grinding 12-play, game winning touchdown drive with 22.6 seconds left to win 22-14.

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The night began with light rain during warmups giving way to, initially, dryer but increasingly windier conditions.  Both teams had early drives ending on downs deep in the opposition’s territory.  North Harrison was the first to break through.  Coach Mark Williamson’s Cougars had just forced a Tiger turnover on downs for a second time and took over position at their own 14.

NH quickly got out of poor field position as its season leading rusher, Jaylen Peake (1213 yds/12 TDs regular season), broke free for 54 yards down to the LHS 32.  Seven plays later, quarterback Jarrett Fenn, who had only three passing touchdowns all season, hit tight end Skyler Wetzel for 13 yards on the right edge of the end zone.  The PAT try missed, but the boys from Ramsey led 6-0 with 7:19 left in the second quarter.

Coach Ryan Knigga’s Tigers answered the Cougar TD on their next possession.  Like North Harrison’s scoring drive, Lawrenceburg’s started with a big first play.  Tiger QB Garrett Yoon connected with running back Brenden Cox for 45 yards over the middle to the NH 38.  Six plays later, Yoon found tight end Brody Denison on Yoon’s leaping 8-yard touchdown throw over the battling line units.  The Burg’s extra point try also missed, but the game was even, 6-6, with 4:21 remaining in the half.

The deadlock carried into the fourth quarter where the rain started to fall again and gradually got heavier as the quarter progressed.

The next scoring series actully began with 2:01 left in the third period as the Orange and Black started from its own 43.   Tiger wideout Jalen Parks caught three passes, including a 16-yarder, which placed the piggy on the Cougar 14-yard-line.  Four plays later, running back Adam Burd plunged in from two yards out, Garrett Yoon threw to Gavin Yoon for the two-point conversion, and Lawrenceburg had its first lead, 14-6, with 9:19 showing on the fourth quarter clock.

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