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Area Sports From August 9th

High School Football action tonight

Madison Girls Golf finished second in their first team score of the season to finish with a 209, two behind winner Henryville's 207. Jeffersonville carded a 214. For the Cubs, Keara Eder finishes as the medalist with a 43.

 

Southwestern won a four-team event shooting 209. Jac-Cen-Del was second with a 249. Milan and Shawe did not field a complete team. Shawe’s Katie Hertz was medalist at 44. Bella Marcum’s 47 lead Southwestern.

 

Carroll Co. volleyball opened their season with a 2-0 victory over Dayton but fell to Covington Latin 2-1 in the Ludlow Classic.

 

 The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference released its 2018 Preseason Football Coaches Poll with Hanover garnering its highest spot in nearly five years. After being picked seventh in consecutive polls in 2015 and 2016, Hanover returned to the top five last fall and this season's 4th place finish predication marks the program's first spot in the top half of the league rankings since 2014. Hanover opens the regular season on the road with a trip to non-conference foe, Centre (Ky.

 

Madison’s Ryan Thurston pitched 3 innings of scoreless relief on Thursday for the GCL Blue Jays in the Rookie Gulf Coast League against the GCL Tigers East. The Blue Jays won the game 6-5 in 11 innings.  In Thurston’s 3 innings he gave up 0 hits, 2 walks, 0 runs and struck out 6. 

 

High School football scrimmages tonight:  Madison at Salem, Switzerland Co. hosts Clarksville and Carroll Co. hosts Bardstown Bethlehem.

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