Local Sports Report - November 27-30

High school basketball players didn't miss a beat over the Thanksgiving holiday week.

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Lawrenceburg 57, Franklin County 18 - The Lady Tigers improve to 6-0. 

Greensburg 45, East Central 26 - Emma Ertel, Brilan McCory and Charsan McCory had nine points each for the Lady Trojans. 

Switzerland County 37, North Decatur 35 - Switzerland County improves to 5-1 on the season, extending their winning streak to four games. 

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Jac-Cen-Del 52, Batesville 48 - The Lady Eagles were led by Paige Ledford with 17 points. Kadee Kuhn and Anna Hubbard added eight points each. 

Lawrenceburg 62, South Dearborn 31 - Lawrenceburg remains undefeated at 7-0. South Dearborn senior Kyrstin Bond led the Lady Knights with 23 points. 

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

South Ripley 49, Rising Sun 35 

Switzerland County 62, Austin 50 

Batesville 68, Jac-Cen-Del 57

Jennings County 74, East Central 71 - Trevor Becker had 21 points and Logan Rohrbacher added 17 for the Trojans. 

South Decatur 95, Oldenburg Academy 93

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Mt. Vernon 54, East Central 50 - East Central dropped their second-straight game despite a strong start to the game. EC led 17-10 at the end of the 1st quarter, but Mt. Vernon outscored the Lady Trojans 35-25 in the second half. 

New Washington 59, Milan 50 

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