Area Sports Results From Tuesday, February 5th

Rebels still #1 in the state

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL:

Madison falls to 4A #4, Floyd Central 64-22. Cooper Yancey led the Cubs with 11 points.

Madison at Floyd Central Boxscore

Anderson Co. defeats Carroll Co. 57-52. Wyatt Supplee 23 for the Panthers

Gallatin Co. over Trimble Co. 61-48. Reece Webster 16 and Evan Stevens 10 for the Raiders.

 

TONIGHT:

 Carroll Co. boys’ basketball at Lloyd Memorial, 7:30 p.m.

Carroll Co. girls basketball hosts North Oldham, 7:30 p.m.

Hanover College men’s basketball hosts Earlham, 7:30 p.m.

Hanover College women’s basketball at Earlham, 7:30 p.m.

 

Southwestern boys’ basketball team remains the #1 ranked team in Class 2A this week receiving 13 of the 15 first place votes.

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  • 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
  • Rising Sun History Museum Hosts Flo & Edna Quilt Exhibit

    The Ohio County Historical Society presents the Flo & Edna Quilt Exhibit, April 4-21, at the Rising Sun History Museum in Rising Sun. The display is the first public showing of quilts on loan by Judy George and Sally McWilliams of Madison, IN. Walk through forty years of quilt making, from the Depression Era everyday quilts to the top-of-the-line bed applique quilts of the 1960s. See how fabric availability, color, patterns, and applique kits changed the look and purpose of quilt making for mid century grandmothers Flo Askin and Edna George. Admission is free with donations appreciated. The Rising Sun History Museum is located at 212 S Walnut Street in Rising Sun. Hours are Mon-Fri, 10 am to 4 pm, and Sat-Sun from noon to 4 pm. For more information, call 812-438-4915

    at Rising Sun History Museum

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