Local Sports Report - December 13 & 14

Lawrenceburg's girls basketball team remains undefeated and Switzerland County runs its win streak to seven games.

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13

BOYS BASKETBALL

Switzerland County 50, Rising Sun 29 - Eagle Country 99.3 Feature Game 

Lawrenceburg 57, Batesville 49 - The Tigers were led by senior Gavin Yoon with 27 points. Jackson Bobo added seven points and Mitch McCool had six points for the Tigers. Batesville's leading scorer was Colt Meyer with 18 points.

South Decatur 86, Milan 85

Jac-Cen-Del 63, North Decatur 54

Oldenburg Academy 53, Seton Catholic 34

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

East Central 63, Scott County (Ky.) 53 - The Lady Trojans had three players in double-figures: Brilan McCory (20 pts), Josie Trabel (17 pts), Kyla Maxwell (10 pts). 

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14

BOYS BASKETBALL

First Annual Tri-State Shootout at South Dearborn

Boone County (Ky.) 73, South Dearborn 69

Campbell County (Ky.) 73, Batesville 68 - OT

Thurgood Marshall (Oh.) 82, Southwestern (Hanover) 70

Shawe Memorial (Ind.) 46, Ludlow (Ky.) 37

Beechwood (Ky.) 76, Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter 71 

 

Ross (Oh.) 68, East Central 65

Monrovia 66, Milan 60

South Ripley 53, Brownstown Central 43 

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Lawrenceburg 51, Connersville 17 - The Lady Tigers improve to 11-0. 

Switzerland County 55, Shawe Memorial 21 - Make it seven wins in a row for the Lady Pacers. 

Franklin County 39, South Ripley 33

Jac-Cen-Del 59, Morristown 41 

Edinburgh 79, Milan 42

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