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Area Sports Results From September 6th, 7th And 8th

High School and college recap

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th:

FOOTBALL FRIDAY NIGHT:

Seymour over Madison 49-7

Newport defeats Carroll Co. 42-0

Switzerland Co. over Trimble Co. 40-22

 

BOYS HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS:

Madison falls to Scottsburg 4-1. Dalton Owen/Reece Whicker  pick up Cubs win at #1 Doubles

 

HANOVER COLLEGE ATHLETICS:

Women's volleyball defeats Geneva 3-1 in game #1 of the Bluffton Sommer Spiketacular

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th:

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS GOLF:

Southwestern shoots a 362 to win its 3rd-straight ORVC girls golf title. Rebels' Belle Crawford medalist with an 84, which included a hole in one on No. 4. All 5 Lady Rebel golfers shot sub 100. Switzerland Co. was 2nd with the only other complete team. Shawe's Bailey Kilgore shot a 113.

 

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL:

8th Region All "A" Regional:

Gallatin Co. over Trimble Co. 2-0

 

East Central sweeps Madison in Freshman (2-0), JV (2-0) and varsity (3-0)

 

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER:

Scottsburg over Shawe 4-1

Carroll Co. defeats East Jessamine 2-0

Switzerland Co. falls to Rising Sun 3-0

 

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER:

Madison and Switzerland Co. tie at 0

 

HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY:

Columbus North Invitational:

Southwestern boys finish 6th in the 1A event. Trevor Smith 16th for the Rebels: Boys 1A results

Southwestern girls finish 13th in the 1A event. Kirsten Geary 44th for the Lady Rebels: Girls 1A results

Madison boys finish 17th in the 2A event. Julian Sample 99th for the Cubs: Boys 2A results

Madison girls finish 12th in the 2A event. Brett Cahall 48th for the Lady Cubs: Girls 2A results

 

HANOVER COLLEGE ATHLETICS:

Football falls to Centre 45-31

Women's soccer defeats Millikin 2-1

Men's soccer over Otterbein 3-1

Volleyball falls to Ohio Northern 3-1 and Heidleberg 3-0 in the Sommer Spiketacular at Bluffton.

Men and women's cross country both win the Hanover Invitational. Former Switzerland Co. Lady Pacer Leah Anders, 3rd over all for the Lady Panthers. Women's results  Men's results

 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th:

HANOVER COLLEGE ATHLETICS:

Women's soccer defeats  Sewanee 1-0

Men's golf team finished fourth overall in the 10-team field at the Dick Park Invitational hosted by Franklin College. Dick Park Invitational Results

 

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