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Summer is here and school is over which means the time has come for me to try and survive until sports starts back up in the fall. 

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The scoreboard at C.T. Manley stadium read 14-0 in favor of Colbert County during the Indian’s spring game against R.A. Hubbard Friday night. 

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It’s that time of year when spring games start running rampant, allowing local football die hards to get a small taste of what is to come this fall. 

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Lawrence County had three students sign to continue their careers at UNA this past week. From left to right: Hannah Hensley, Abigail Bogan and Carly Carroll signed to go to UNA. Hensley and Carroll will be joining the Lion’s cheer squad, while Bogan will go to be a part of the UNA dance team. 

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Perhaps we should call him Mr. Clutch, because that's exactly what Hatton's Connor West was Thursday afternoon. West earned the individual Lawrence County golf championship Thursday, emphasis on the word earned. He narrowly beat out Jack Proctor from Lawrence County to get the win.

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The East Lawrence Eagles couldn’t keep up with the Westminster Christian Wildcats Saturday, falling in two games of the first round of the AHSAA playoffs. 

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Lawrence County saw their season come to an end Monday night in the first round of the AHSAA state playoffs. 

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It wasn’t the kind of game they are used to playing, but a win is a win and Lawrence County pulled out a tough win over North Oldham (Kentucky) 1-0 Thursday.