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Area Sports Results For The Weekend Of October 19-21

Hanover Women's Tennis HCAC Champions

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19th

IHSAA FOOTBALL SECTIONAL:

Madison Cubs’ fall 28-19 in the IHSAA Class 4A Sectional 23 quarterfinals to Edgewood

Switzerland County Pacers fall in the first round of the Class 2A Sectional 39 64-7 to Providence

 

KHSAA REGULAR SEASON:

Carroll Co. for the first time in 9 games defeat  Class A No. 10 Paris, 24-19.

Panthers travel to Dayton next Friday then home on November 2nd against Green Co. in the KHSAA Tournament. TBA by Carroll Co.

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20:

HANOVER COLLEGE ATHLETICS:

Football picked up their fifth win in a row with a 48-14 win at Manchester. Panthers remain tied with Franklin for first in the HCAC and are at home next Saturday against Mt. St. Joseph.

The No. 15 women's soccer team extended its current winning streak to 14 matches, defeating Anderson on the road, 3-0. The Panthers, who are currently riding their longest win streak in program history, improved to 14-1-0 overall. The win also moved HC to 7-0-0 in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.

Men's soccer team cruised to a 2-0 victory at Anderson Saturday afternoon to stay atop the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference standings.

For the first time in program history, the men's and women's swim teams competed in an intercollegiate varsity meet at the Indiana DIII Championships hosted by Wabash College. Swimming in their inaugural season, the men placed fifth out of seven teams. Nora Miodrag placed first overall in the 200-yard breaststroke to lead the women's swim team to a fifth place finish in the Indiana DIII Championships

Volleyball fell to Rose-Hulman at home in four sets; 25-21, (13-25), (19-25), (16-25).

 

IHSAA CROSS COUNTRY SEMI-STATE:

Southwestern's Bradley Winston places 43rd & Trevor Smith 150th in the boys race, and Switzerland County's Leah Anders 68th & Madison's Brett Cahall 108th in the girls race at the IHSAA Cross Country Semistate to end their seasons.

 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21st:

HANOVER COLLEGE ATHLETICS:

For the fifth time in six years, the Hanover women's tennis team is the undisputed champion of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference, as the Panthers defeated Transylvania in the league's tournament finals Sunday, 5-0. Hanover finishes the fall 12-0, giving them the best singles season start in program history. Sunday's win also earned the Blue and Red the HCAC's automatic qualification into the NCAA Division III National Tournament, which will take place in the spring of 2019.

Panthers defeated Rose Hulman 5-2 in the semi-finals on Saturday

 

 

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