Area Sports Results For Saturday, January 26th

Hanover College men 1st in HCAC

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL:

2A #1 Southwestern won their 8th in a row 85-70 over Mitchell. Tyler Kramer 32 for the Rebels who are now 17-1 on the season.

Madison over North Harrison 88-69. Luke Miller 26 for the Cubs

Switzerland Co. falls to Milan 82-66

Trimble Co. over Villa Madonna 70-62. Evan Stevens 20 for the Raiders

Shawe falls to South Central 60-23

Evansville Christian defeats Christian Academy of Madison 63-50

 

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL:

Trimble Co. over Villa Madonna 54-39. Shelby Wilcoxson 29 for the Lady Raiders

Carroll Co. defeats Eminence 69-61

 

HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING:

Hoosier Hills Boys Conference Meet: Floyd Central won the HHC with 383 points, Jeffersonville were runners-up (198), Bedford North Lawrence took third (193) and Seymour was fourth (161). Columbus East (137) fifth, Jennings Co. (111) sixth Madison (78) and New Albany (61) finished seventh and eighth.

HHC Boys Swimming Results

 

IHSAA WRESTLING SECTIONAL:

@ Jennings Co.: Southwestern 4th, Madison 6th and Switzerland Co. 10th

IHSAA Jennings Co. Wrestling Sectional Results

Advancing to Regional: Southwestern: 120 Cameron Canada (2nd), 145 Adam Anderson (2nd), 152 Mitchell Cline (2nd), 160 Brady McLain (4th), 182 Mitchell Adcock (3rd)

Madison: 106 Kelsey Billz (3rd), 113 Noah Burkhardt (4th), 120 Jacob Skirvin (3rd), 138 Mason Long (4th), 145 Luke McCarty (4th), 182 Dalton Berry (4th), 220 Tucker Adams (3rd), 285 Dylan Fulton (4th) 

 

HANOVER COLLEGE:

Hanover men's basketball team scored on its opening six possessions and the starting unit combined for 70 points, as the Panthers cruised to a 78-55 triumph over Bluffton. With Rose Hulman falling to Transy the Panthers are in first in the HCAC alone. Hanover plays Rose at home on Wednesday.

Alexis Nall a career high 34 points to lead the Hanover women's basketball team to a 89-80 win over Bluffton. Maleha Motter added 12 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for her 15th double-double of the season.

More from Sports News

Events

  • Volunteer Firefighters Needed

    Madison Township Volunteer Fire Department is in need of volunteers. If you've ever wanted to become a volunteer firefighter or want to learn more, call 812-273-4100 or stop by the firehouse on Michigan Road.

    at Madison Township Volunteer Fire Company
  • Early Bird single pool passes for Crystal Beach`

    The City of Madison Parks and Recreation Department is once again offering early bird single pool passes for Crystal Beach. The passes are $40 each March 1 through May 24. These can abe purchased at the Brown Gym. Starting May 25th, single passes will be $50 each. Any questions, contact the Parks Office at (812)265-8308

    at Brown Gym on Broadway
  • Rising Sun History Museum Hosts Flo & Edna Quilt Exhibit

    The Ohio County Historical Society presents the Flo & Edna Quilt Exhibit, April 4-21, at the Rising Sun History Museum in Rising Sun. The display is the first public showing of quilts on loan by Judy George and Sally McWilliams of Madison, IN. Walk through forty years of quilt making, from the Depression Era everyday quilts to the top-of-the-line bed applique quilts of the 1960s. See how fabric availability, color, patterns, and applique kits changed the look and purpose of quilt making for mid century grandmothers Flo Askin and Edna George. Admission is free with donations appreciated. The Rising Sun History Museum is located at 212 S Walnut Street in Rising Sun. Hours are Mon-Fri, 10 am to 4 pm, and Sat-Sun from noon to 4 pm. For more information, call 812-438-4915

    at Rising Sun History Museum

Local News

Indiana bill to toughen animal cruelty laws goes to governor

Make it a felony to abuse or abandon an animal

Three Make A Deal To Jail In Scott Co.

Over $500.00 in US Currency, over four grams of a crystal substance

Local Sports

Area Sports Results From Thursday, April 18th

Baseball, softball, tennis, track round-up

Area Sports Results From Wednesday, April 17th

Baseball, softball, tennis round-up

Area Sports Results From Tuesday, April 16th

Baseball, softball, tennis round-up