Madison looking for new varsity football coach. McAlister named AD at New Albany
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL:
Southwestern takes sole possession of 2nd place in the ORVC with a 9-4 victory over Milan
Rising Sun defeats South Ripley 9-2
Jac-Cen-Del over Switzerland Co. 6-3
HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL:
Madison defeats Clarksville 11-1
1A #3 Rising Sun wins the ORVC Championship with a 5-1 victory over South Ripley
Jac-Cen-Del defeats Switzerland Co. 4-3
HOOSIER HILLS CONFERENCE BOYS GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP:
Madison shot a 326 to finish 3rd. Floyd Central and Bedford North Lawrence both shot 315
IHSAA GIRLS TENNIS SECTIONAL PAIRINGS:
Madison football coach Patric Morrison has announced his resignation to become assistant athletic director at the school. He will replace Patrick Maschino who is going back in the classroom.
In six seasons as head coach Morrison was 14-47. Madison was 6-5 in 2014. The last two seasons the Cubs had 1-9 records.
Madison who just hired a new boys basketball coach now searches for a new football coach.
New Albany High School Athletic Director, Don Unruh, congratulating BJ McAlister as he was confirmed as new AD at tonight’s New Albany School Board meeting school board meeting.
McAlister is a Switzerland Co. grad and coach boys basketball at both Switzerland Co. and Southwestern. He was an asst. at Seymour and New Albany. B. J. also played basketball at Hanover College.