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Area Sports Results For Friday, February 22nd

Foster Mefford burns nets Hanover men take on Bluffton

After trailing by 41-38 to South Dearborn at half #1 ranked Southwestern blitzed the Knights in the second half 56-27 for a 94-68 win in Aurora. Foster Mefford burned the nets for a career high 41 points to lead the Rebels. Southwestern ends the regular season with a 22-1 record. The 22 wins is a new school record for wins during the regular season.

Southwestern at South Dearborn Boxscore


The Hanover women's basketball team had three players score in double figures Friday night but saw its 2018-19 season come to an end in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament semifinals, falling to Rose-Hulman in neutral-site action, 80-61.


The Hanover College men's basketball team will take on Bluffton University in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament semifinals at 5 this evening in the Collier Arena. Franklin College a up set double overtime winner over Rose Hulman last night will take on  Transylvania at 7.


Hanover women's lacrosse team dropped a competitive 12-10 contest in its season opener against Asbury (Ky.) Friday evening. 

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This is just a precaution and will likely last until mid-week.

River Valley Resources Announces Free Summer Meal Program

Due to COVID-19, the program will operate differently but will still have the same mission, to provide nutritious meals to children who are food insecure when school meals are not available.

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