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Area Sports Results From Friday, January 17th

High School Boys Basketball and Girls Wrestling State Finals


Southwestern over Switzerland Co. 77-45. Forster Mefford leads the Rebels with 26, Billy Eccles has 25. Damian Breeck 18, Coby Chase 11 for the Pacers.

New Albany defeats Madison 57-53. Cubs were led by Luke Ommen who had 15 points, Kaden Oliver had 13 points, Luke Miller had 10 points.

Shawe falls to Trinity Lutheran 70-55. Ethan Stuart with 20 for the Hilltoppers

(2020 Shawe Homecoming Queen, Caroline Grote and King,  TJ Stitzel: Shawe Memorial Facebook Photo)

Henry Co. over Trimble Co. 96-72. Dylan Jennings 21 to lead the Raiders.


 Indiana Wrestling Coaches Association Girls Wrestling State Championships in Kokomo.

Madison's Kelsey Bilz finishes 4th at the girls state wrestling finals.

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Local News

New Disciplinary Actions and Educational Classes on Vaping Coming to MCHS

Enhanced Student Discipline Tomorrow February 20.

Mayor Courtney Gave an Update on 22 Acres Being Purchased by City

The goal of this purchase is to leverage city investments.

Scranton Pleads Not Guilty Following Child Solicitation Arrest

All persons are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.