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Area Sports Results From Wednesday, February 6th

Two 1,000 point milestones set

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL:

Carroll Co. falls to Henry Co. 68-59. Wyatt Supplee 19 for the Panthers. Supplee also reached the 1,000-career point mark.

 

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL:

North Oldham over Carroll Co. 82-51.

 

HANOVER COLLEGE:

Women’s basketball over Earlham 59-48. Alexis Nall 15 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Panthers. Nall also reached a milestone of 1,000 career points scored for the Panthers, the junior became the 15th player in program history to reach 1,000 points. The win clinched at least a #3 seed in the HCAC tournament.

Men’s basketball over Earlham 63-45. Cam Fails 16 for the Panthers. Hanover continues their one game lead in the HCAC over Rose-Hulman and Transylvania with three games remaining.

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Local News

American Legion Legacy Run makes its way to Madison

More than 200 motorcycles and over 300 riders, volunteers, workers help make this annual run a success. The Legacy Run supports the Legacy Scholarship which helps families of fallen soldiers and extremely disabled Veterans.