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Cardinals top Dawson Springs

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Livingston 70, Dawson Springs 31 - At Smithland, Livingston Central picked up its third win in a row by running away from Dawson Springs.

Colton Ramage and Tanner Rodgers led four Cardinals in double digits with 14 points apiece; Austin Woodward added 13 and Jordan Miller 12. Daniel Walker led the Panthers with 14 points.

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Dawson Springs 6 17 24 31

Livingston Central 16 30 51 70

DAWSON SPRINGS - Walker 14, Hart 8, Simpson 4, Adams 4, Abbott 1, Putman, Jones, Dyer.

Field goals 8. 3-pointers 1 (Hart). Free throws 12/16. Fouls 18. Record 1-13.

LIVINGSTON CENTRAL - Ramage 14, Woodward 13, Miller 12, Rodgers 14, Gilbert 7, Wright 6, Sloma 2, Thomason 2.

Field goals 18. 3-pointers 6 (Woodward 3, Ramage, Gilbert, Rodgers). Free throws 14/26. Fouls 18. Record 4-12.

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