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Greensburg 71, Lawrenceburg 55; Pirates win EIAC outright

Greensburg-  They won the EIAC title in 2016.  They lost the EIAC title in 2017 by four points over two games.  They returned to the top of the mountain in 2018.  Greensburg’s Lady Pirates are once again the queens of the EIAC after beating Lawrenceburg 71-55 on Friday in the Tree City.

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It was a battle of two, top-20 3A teams.  Coach Jason Simpson’s Lady Pirates have been a top five program all season.  They are currently second in the ICGSA poll.  Coach Zane White’s Tigers with 19 wins finally drew the attention of the pollsters this past week and are ranked 19th.

After 32 minutes, especially a monster third quarter, the been there, done that Pirates prevailed by 16.

The game started with a nice gesture for two injured seniors.  Lawrenceburg’s Emma Pennington and Greensburg’s Keirsten Lynette both were permitted to make an uncontested bucket in the final regular season event.  Each were then subbed for and the contest continued.

In the first quarter, Rhegan Day’s triple gave Greensburg a 9-8 lead it held and built on from that point forward.  It was one of two trifectas by the senior forward in the quarter and among three in the half.

The Pirates led 18-13 after one stop and were up 15 in the second as foul trouble began plaguing the Tigers.  The difference was a dozen at the half, 37-25.

Day never scored in the second half but the 11 points she posted over the first 16 minutes were the most by any player.  Teammate Bailey Meyer and Lawrenceburg’s Juliana Kemper both scored 10,  The Pirates’ Kyra Whitaker was right behind them with nine.

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