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Weekend Area Sports For August 9-11

Girls golf

Friday, August 9th:

GIRLS GOLF: Southwestern girls golf defeated Switzerland County & Shawe in a three-way meet at Butler Falls GC in Hanover. Southwestern - 186, Switz Co - N/A, Shawe - N/A. Lady Rebel, Belle Crawford shot a 44 for medalist honors. Lady Pacer, Haley Hines and Lady Topper Bailey Kilgore each shot 55 to lead their teams.

 

Saturday, August 10th:

(Madison Cub Athletic Facebook photo)

GIRLS GOLF:  Madison Lady Cubs Golf finish 2nd at the New Albany Invite with a 395. Keara Eder was medalist with a 72.

 

Sunday, August 11th:

After a rough 8th inning, Ryan Thurston worked a perfect bottom of the ninth to secure his 4th victory of the season. The left-hander went two innings out of the bullpen, allowing two runs on three hits and a walk while striking out three. 

 

Events for tonight:  Madison girls golf at Henryville (Champion Pointe)

Southwestern girls golf hosts Switzerland Co. and Jac-Cen-Del at Butler Falls

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  • The Aaron Evilsizer Memorial Concert

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