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Hanover College Sweeps Earlham College

All "A" 8th Region Boys Semi-Finals tonight

Hanover College men’s and women’s basketball teams picked up wins last night over Earlham. Double-doubles from Maleha Motter and Alexis Nall give the women their fourth straight win 62-51. Motter had 18 points, 10 rebounds and Nall, 15 points and 11 rebounds. Men's basketball team closed its game at Earlham on a 30-9 run en route to an 83-57 victory. Cam Fails 19 for the Panthers. Both teams at home Saturday against Anderson.  


Boys All “A” Regional Semi-Finals tonight at Trimble County. Carroll Co. takes on Gallatin Co. at 6 followed by Trimble Co. and Walton-Verona.

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