Area Sports Results From Monday, May 6th

High school round-up


Southwestern over Shawe 11-0

Madison falls to Jeffersonville 19-0 in first round of Hoosier Hills Conference Tournament.

Milan defeats Switzerland Co. 13-4

South Ripley over Jac-Cen-Del 3-0



Southwestern defeats Shawe 16-5

Trimble Co. over Madison 5-2

Switzerland Co. defeats Milan 11-3

South Ripley over Jac-Cen-Del 4-2



Southwestern falls to Greensburg 5-0

Shawe defeats Milan 4-1

Madison falls to Seymour 5-0 in the opening round of the Hoosier Hills Conference Tournament. Will take on Columbus East in 2nd round.



Madison’s defeated Columbus East 167-180. Drew Barron claimed low-medalist honors with a 36.



Trimble Co. was 4th and Carroll Co. 5th in the girls. Trimble Co. 3rd and Carroll Co. 5th in the boys. Walton-Verona won both titles.  Full NCKC Conference Results


The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference announced its men's and women's all-sport trophy winners for the 2018-19 season on Monday, May 6. The Panther men finished first overall, while the women were a close second place to Transylvania (Ky.). Hanover is winning the men's all-sports trophy for the second time, with the only other occurrence coming in 1999-00. The men have placed inside the top three of the all-sports standings in each of the past seven years.  Final HCAC All-Sports Trophy Standings


The Hanover College women's tennis will make its fifth trip in six years to the NCAA Division III National Tournament, as the Panthers head to Atlanta, Ga. to compete against North Carolina Wesleyan in opening round action.  Hanover, along with NC Wesleyan, are in a five-team regional hosted by nationally-ranked No. 1 Emory (Ga.). Two other nationally ranked teams, No. 23 Washington & Lee (Va.) and No. 30 Sewanee (Tenn.), join the pod as well. All four teams outside of Hanover are inside the top 11 of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Atlantic South regional rankings and have a combined 15 singles and doubles players/pairs regionally ranked. The host-Eagles will face the winner of the Hanover-NC Wesleyan match in the second round.  NCAA DIII Women's Tennis Tournament


The Chicago Dogs of the American Association. have signed Madison left-hander Ryan Thurston to a contract. This is the Dogs 2nd year as an independent and plays at Impact Field in Rosemont, Illinois west of Chicago. Thurston played for Bluefield last season with the Toronto Blue Jays organization and was released in March.




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