Injury-plagued Indians have talent, lack depth
Posted on November 15, 2022
LAWRENCEVILLE –– Injuries are a part of sports, but Lawrenceville High School’s boys’ basketball team finds itself in an interesting position, as a rash of ailments that plagued the LHS football team in the fall has spilled over into the basketball season, leaving the Indians short-handed on what was already a thin roster.
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