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Area Sports Results From Saturday, December 1st

HC starts HCAC play with wins

HANOVER COLLEGE

Women's basketball opens HCAC play with a 94-72 win over Franklin. Former Madison Lady Cub, Katie Hartman tied a career high 23 points and former Switzerland Co. Lady Pacer, Brooke Todd had a career high 9 assists. Maleha Motter had her 6th double-double in a row with 11 points and 14 rebounds.

Men's basketball opens HCAC play with a 75-58 win over Franklin. Cam Fails 21 points for the Panthers.

Men and women's swimming each placed 9th at the Transylvania Invitational. 

 

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

2A #6 Southwestern defeats 4A Columbus East 72-65. Tyler Kramer 22 for the Rebels

Shawe defeats Indiana Deaf School 52-34. Henry Grote 15 for the Toppers

Crothersville over Switzerland Co. 63-61. Damian Breeck with 19 for the Pacers

Christian Academy of Madison defeated host Union Dugger 61-32 to claim 3rd place in the Southern Roads Conference Tournament

 

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL

Trimble Co. over Waggener 65-25. Shelby Wilcoxson 16 for the Lady Raiders

 

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING

Scottsburg Invitational
Madison defeats Jennings Co.48-33, Seymour 45-36, Southwestern 48-33 and Scottsburg 42-30 but falls to Pekin Eastern 46-29

Southwestern defeats Scottsburg 36-30, Switzerland Co. 37-36 and Salem 37-36 but falls to Pekin Eastern 45-36 and Madison 48-33

 

HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING

Madison Invitational

Boys:  Madison- 305, Batesville- 237. North Harrison- 201 & Silver Creek- 38

Girls:  North Harrison- 339, Batesville- 245, Madison- 196 & Silver Creek- 96
 

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