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Batesville 56, Lawrenceburg 50; 3A Sectional 29 Semifinal

Aurora- Batesville and Lawrenceburg went toe to toe in the nightcap of Class 3A Sectional 29 Friday at South Dearborn.  The second semifinal saw the Lady Bulldogs take the game’s biggest run early in the fourth quarter then held on to win 56-50.

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There were five lead changes in the first quarter, the last of which gave Lawrenceburg a 12-10 advantage after eight minutes.  The Tigers’ Juliana Kemper and Macey Radenheimer scored six and five points respectively for the Tigers while Hattie Westerfeld logged four points for the Bulldogs.

The two teams combined for five, 3-point baskets in the period.  One each was recorded by Makenna White, Kemper and Radenheimer of Lawrenceburg plus Gabi Garcia and Ellie Waechter of Batesville.

The trifectas continued to fly in the second as BHS opened the quarter with three consecutive arc busters to take a 21-14 lead.  LHS shooting eventually picked up as the Tigers got back within two by the break, 28-26.

Kendall Dickman dialed up two long distance dedications in the second stanza for Batesville.  Garcia and Waechter each hit their second 3-ball of the night.  White found success from the arc twice in the period to give the Tiger guard a trio of triples through the first half.

Coach Darrick Cox’s Bulldogs were fortunate to be up two at intermission as his primetime post players were both in foul trouble. Hattie Westerfield had three personals. Baylee Rohlfing had two.

Lawrenceburg had better shooting from the field in the first half than Batesville (45 to 33 percent), but struggled mightily from the line making just 1 of 8.  The poor free throw shooting continued for coach Zane White’s Tigers in the second half and was certainly a factor in the game’s outcome.

The two clubs traded leads twice in the third but were deadlocked at 39-all at the stop.  Lawrenceburg scored the first two points of the fourth to earn its final lead of the night. But then came the difference maker by Batesville, an 11-nothing run to surge ahead 50-41.  The Tigers got as close as four late in the frame but the Bulldogs held on to win by six, 56-50.

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