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Lawrenceburg 43, Madison 34; 3A Sectional 29- Round 1

Aurora- For the second time in six nights, Lawrenceburg found itself on the winning side of the scoreboard over Madison.  Wednesday’s Class 3A Sectional 29 first round final was 43-34.  The Lady Tigers topped the Lady Cubs by 12 during Lawrenceburg’s Senior Night last week.

Wednesday’s game was seen live as part of our Dearborn County Hospital Basketball Webcast Schedule.  See it again archived in 720p HD by clicking here.

The one commonality between the two games was chilly shooting by Madison.  Last Thursday at the Burg, the Cubs hit just 27 percent.  Sectional shooting inside the South Dearborn gym was a tick lower at 26 percent.

The Tigers led throughout the first quarter including 12-10 at the stop. The Cubs tied the game 12-12 to start the second period, but Lawrenceburg scored seven straight to go up 19-12.  LHS leading scorer Juliana Kemper left the game at that point to have a leg issue addressed.  Madison was able to close the gap to three by halftime, 22-19.

At intermission, Kemper and Brooke Boyd both had six points for the Tigers. Boyd’s points came on a pair of bombs.  Madison’s Bailey Dyer led all players with seven points which included a 4 for 4 effort at the line.  The Cubs’ Jade Nutlley and Paige Young along with the Tigers’ Macey Radenheimer each deposited a trey and a deuce for five points.

While Kemper returned to the hardwood to start the third stanza, Madison took a lead twice including a 31-29 edge at the quarter’s close.  Bailey Dyer and teammate Hannah Imel both bucketed a field goal and two charity tosses for four points each. Makenna White’s triple was Lawrenceburg’s scoring highlight of the frame.

White hit another long ball to start the fourth which gave LHS the lead for good as the Tigers outscored the Cubs 14-3 over the final eight minutes.  Most the Burg’s points came from Kemper who made two shots and 5 of 6 freebies for nine points.  She finished with a game-high 17 and the Tigers won their 20th game of the season, 43-34.

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