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South Dearborn 57, Lawrenceburg 47- River Town Consolation

Aurora-  South Dearborn snapped an eight-game losing streak to Lawrenceburg in Saturday’s boys consolation game at the River Town Classic.  The Knights pulled away with free throws late to defeat the Tigers, 57-47, inside the Dragon’s Den.

This game, and the cheer competition also won by South Dearborn, were seen live as part of our Highpoint Health Basketball Webcast Schedule and can be seen again in 720p HD by clicking here.

Coach John Blackwell’s Tigers had a brief first quarter lead of 7-4 before the Knights’ Alex Shackelford and Ethan Getz combined for seven points to retake the advantage, one they held until the fourth quarter.

It was 11-9 SD after eight minutes.  Shackelford’s seven points and four from Getz accounted for the host’s scoring.  Gavin Yoon netted seven of the nine Tiger points with the other two coming from Kamar Chenault.

Tied at 11 early in the second, Knights’ coach Kevin Reinhardt watched Shackelford explode for nine of the team’s next 11 points, starting and ending with a 3-point shot. The latter made it a 22-13 game.  But LHS closed the half on a 7-0 run to pull within a deuce, 22-20.  Five of those points were courtesy of Yoon.

Through two quarters, Shackelford had 16 points and Yoon had 12.  Shackelford also led the floor in rebounds with four. Chenault and Tiger teammate Zach Mollaun grabbed three boards.  The big team stat in the first half was South Dearborn converting 11 points off nine Lawrenceburg turnovers.

The game was played closely in the third quarter.  SD never trailed but LHS did tie the game three different times, including 35-35 at the stop.  The scoring focus shifted to the Tigers’ Adam Burd with seven points and the Knights’ Isaiah Jefferson with five.

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