Area Sports Results For Saturday, February 9th

Hanover men still control the HCAC


Madison falls to Greensburg 70-59. Luke Miller 19 for the Cubs

Greensburg at Madison Boxscore

Hauser defeats Shawe 72-39

Franklin Co. over Switzerland Co. 51-45

Trimble Co. over Owen Co. 73-59. Grant Weaver 18 for the Raiders

Christian Academy of Madison defeats Medora 57-48 to capture a share of the first Southern Road Conference Title. 



Carroll Co. falls to Grant Co. 68-50



Madison's Val Gonzalez with a 14th place finish in the state finals in the 50 Freestyle



Both men's and women's basketball teams pick up wins over Manchester on Senior Day. Powered by a squad-leading Senior Day 20 point performance from senior Cam Fails, the Hanover men's basketball team held off a second-half Manchester push for a 66-62 victory. Panthers lead in the HCAC remains one over Rose and Transy with two games left. Senior Claire Cromer and Junior Alexis Nall each tallied 14 to pace the women's basketball team to a 84-45 win over Manchester. Hanover can finish no worse than 3rd in the regular season with two games left.

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