Area Sports Results For The Weekend Of November 2 & 3

High School and college

 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd:

Class 2A Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl Football Playoffs 

Carroll Co. defeats Green Co. 35-6. Panthers advance in the playoffs for the first time since the 2013 season and its first at home in the playoffs since 2002. The Panthers’ reward for the win is a trip to Glasgow next week for the second round. The Scotties improved to 10-1 on the season with a 54-6 beat-down of Owen County on Friday.  Recap of Glasgow's win over Owen Co. from the Glasgow Daily Times. WIKI will carry the game starting at 7:45 with kickoff at 8.

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd:

High School Girls Basketball

Henryville Tournament: Southwestern fell to Austin 69-41 in the semi-finals. Abby Ralston 16, Kylie Eccles 12, Bella Marcum 10 for the Lady Rebels. Fell to1A #9 West Washington 42-36 in the 3rd place game. Abby Ralston 11, Bella Marum 10

Season opener: Madison falls to Charlestown 64-59. Jade Nutley had 14 and Paige Young 12 for the Lady Cubs.

 

Hanover College

The No. 14 Hanover women's soccer team suffered a 3-0 loss to Mount St. Joseph in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament Finals 

The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Soccer Tournament Final came down to penalty kicks Saturday afternoon, unfortunately for Hanover, they were on the wrong side of a 3-1 decision to Transylvania.

The Hanover College football team scored 29 unanswered points over the final three quarters Saturday to rally for a 29-14 triumph over Rose-Hulman on Senior and Hall of Fame Day at Alumni Stadium.Panthers will travel to Franklin on Saturday for the 88th annual Victory Bell Classic. A Hanover win would force a three-way tie between the Panthers, Grizzlies and Mount St. Joseph at 7-1, and unofficially, give HC the tiebreaker for the automatic national playoff bid. The game can be heard on 95.3 WIKI starting at 1:20.

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