Area Sports Results From Wednesday, December 5th

Game change for Southwestern girls basketball

The Hanover men's basketball team closed the first half against Transylvania on a 13-0 run, as the spurt helped lift the Panthers to a 76-70 HCAC victory. Hanover now 5-2 on the season and 2-0 in HCAC play were led by Cam Fails with 22 points.


The Hanover women's basketball team fought toe-to-toe with Transylvania in the first 20 minutes before falling victim to a 32-point third quarter, losing 82-64 to the Pioneers. With the loss, the Panthers drop to 4-3 overall and 1-1 in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. Hanover was led in scoring by Alexis Nall with 18 points.



Walton-Verona defeats Trimble Co. 81-40. Evan Stevens with 17 points to lead the Raiders



Carroll Co. falls to St. Henry 65-56.



Southwestern falls to Charlestown 39-31


Southwestern’s game against New Washington will be a varsity only game starting at 6:30.

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