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Area Sports Results For Wednesday, January 2nd

2019 play begins


Women's basketball ends a 7 game losing streak to Rose Hulman with a 65-62 win at home. The loss by Rose was their first HCAC loss in 38 games. Panthers now 4-0 at home and 8-4 overall. Hanover now tied with Rose and Transy for the HCAC lead at 4-1. Alexis Nall tied her career high 29 to lead the Panthers.

Men's basketball fall on the road to Rose Hulman 77-68




Switzerland Co. falls to South Dearborn 62-44. Lady Pacers take on Rising Sun Friday at 6.


Trimble Co. falls to Ludlow 55-41

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