Area Sports Results For Wednesday, January 2nd

2019 play begins

HANOVER COLLEGE:

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

 

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL:

RIVERTOWN CLASSIC @ SOUTH DEARBORN

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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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
  • Park Hop

    A community wide scavenger hunt. Visit as many parks as you can during the month of March, and have fun exploring Jefferson County's parks and nature preserves as you go. To get started, download your Park Hop Passport. It lists the parks and nature preserves, and the clues for each one. Prizes available for youth (ages 18 and under) that complete all clues at 1,5, or 10 parks. Submitting all clues for more than 10 parks will enter youth into the grand prize drawing. Families can have fun and claim kids' prizes at our Park Hop Celebration on April 6th, from 1-2 pm at Heritage Park.

    at Madison Heritage Trail

Local News

Identity Thief Captured

Allegedly crossed the United States/Mexican Border and obtained a job in Scott County by using a Social Security Number and name she obtained and used illegally