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Lawrenceburg 56, So. Dearborn 22; Tigers 3-peat as River Town Champs

Aurora- Less a 7-0 run by host South Dearborn at the end of quarter one and the start of quarter two, Lawrenceburg firmly controlled Friday’s River Town Classic Championship.  The Lady Tigers won 56-22 to claim their third consecutive title.

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Coach Zane White’s Tigers trailed only once, 3-2, following an Alyssa McClanahan 3-point basket.  LHS scored the next nine points to go up 11-3 and never looked back.  It was 13-7 after one stanza.  During that 9-0 spurt, Juliana Kemper scored seven.

Coach Doug Roberton’s Knights looked like they were gaining momentum after sinking the final two points of the first quarter and the first five of the second.  SD trailed by only one, 13-12.  But the Burg netted the final nine points of the half to hold a 21-12 advantage at the break.

Lawrenceburg’s Tristyn Dennis had a 3-ball in the second quarter plus a trio of free throws and finished the half with 10 points.  Kemper followed with nine.  Both McClanahan and Bond tallied five points through two periods.

The Tigers had a modest but not overwhelming edge in most key stats at intermission.  The one which may have shined a little brighter was free throw shooting.  LHS made 7 of 10 while SD was 2 for 2.

When these two teams played their conference game in the Dragon’s Den on November 24, Lawrenceburg outscored South Dearborn 20-4 to blow open a close game.  On Friday, the Tigers again dominated the third quarter by a count of 20-4.  It was 41-16 after three and 56-22 at the final buzzer.

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