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Two area high school teams win girls sectional titles
By: Rob Connett, 2/8/16
Two girls basketball teams in the WORX listening area got to cut down the nets and hoist sectional championship trophies over the weekend.

In Class 2A, the Austin Lady Eagles easily took care of North Decatur on their home floor, with a 51-34 victory. It was the sixth sectional title since 2008 for the Eagles.
Austin (16-8) will now play Forest Park (19-8) in the first game of the Paoli Regional on Saturday at 11:00am. The winner will play in the championship game against either North Knox (21-5) or Providence (19-7).

In Class 1A, the #2 Jac-Cen-Del Lady Eagles won in front of their own home fans, defeating Southwestern Shelbyville, 51-21. It's the eight straight year Jac-Cen-Del has won their own sectional.
Jac-Cen-Del (23-1) will play #8 Bloomfield (19-5) in game one of a tough Southwestern Regional on Saturday morning at 10:00am. Should they win, they would play either #5 Indianapolis Tindley (23-2) or Edinburgh (10-14) in the regional championship on Saturday night.

Area High School Basketball Conference Standings
After Saturday, February 6

Hoosier Hills Conference (Boys)
4A #1 New Albany... 16-1 overall, 6-0 HHC
Bedford North Lawrence... 12-8 overall, 5-1 HHC
Columbus East...9-8 overall, 2-2 HHC
Jennings County... 6-9 overall, 2-2 HHC
Jeffersonville... 9-9 overall, 3-3 HHC
Floyd Central... 9-7 overall, 2-3 HHC
Madison... 7-8 overall, 1-5 HHC
Seymour... 5-12 overall, 1-6 HHC

Ohio River Valley Conference (Boys)
South Ripley... 14-4 overall, 4-0 ORVC
Jac-Cen-Del... 12-5 overall, 2-0 ORVC
Rising Sun... 8-9 overall, 2-0 ORVC
Milan... 6-8 overall, 2-2 ORVC
Switzerland County... 5-10 overall, 1-2 ORVC
Southwestern... 4-13 overall, 1-4 ORVC
Shawe Memorial... 4-14 overall, 0-4 ORVC

Mid-Southern Conference (Boys)
3A #3 Brownstown Central... 16-2 overall, 8-0 MSC
3A #12 Silver Creek... 13-3 overall, 5-1 MSC
Salem... 12-4 overall, 4-2 MSC
North Harrison... 10-6 overall, 4-3 MSC
Charlestown... 10-6 overall, 3-2 MSC
Clarksville... 7-10 overall, 4-3 MSC
Austin... 4-12 overall, 2-5 MSC
Eastern Pekin... 2-13 overall, 1-5 MSC
Corydon Central... 1-16 overall, 1-5 MSC
Scottsburg... 1-17 overall, 1-7 MSC

Hoosier Hills Conference (Girls)
Seymour... 18-5 overall, 7-0 HHC
Bedford North Lawrence... 19-7 overall, 6-1 HHC
New Albany... 16-8 overall, 4-3 HHC
Jeffersonville... 16-9 overall, 4-3 HHC
Columbus East... 14-11 overall, 4-3 HHC
Floyd Central... 9-14 overall, 2-5 HHC
Jennings County... 12-13 overall, 1-6 HHC
Madison... 11-13 overall, 0-7 HHC

Ohio River Valley Conference (Girls)
1A #2 Jac-Cen-Del... 23-1 overall, 6-0 ORVC
South Ripley... 16-8 overall, 4-2 ORVC
Switzerland County... 16-8 overall, 4-2 ORVC
Rising Sun... 14-10 overall, 4-2 ORVC
Shawe Memorial... 11-14 overall, 2-4 ORVC
Southwestern... 2-22 overall, 1-5 ORVC
Milan... 1-22 overall, 0-6 ORVC

Mid-Southern Conference (Girls)
3A #7 North Harrison... 25-2 overall, 9-0 MSC
Eastern Pekin... 17-7 overall, 6-3 MSC
Austin... 16-8 overall, 6-3 MSC
Scottsburg... 14-10 overall, 6-3 MSC
Corydon Central... 10-13 overall, 5-4 MSC
Salem... 12-11 overall, 4-5 MSC
Charlestown... 13-11 overall, 3-6 MSC
Brownstown Central... 12-13 overall, 3-6 MSC
Silver Creek... 10-15 overall, 3-6 MSC
Clarksville... 4-20 overall, 0-9 MSC

 

Hanover Basketball Sweeps Manchester
By: Hanover Athletics
Four players scored double figures, including two off the bench, as the Hanover College women’s basketball squad snapped a three-game skid with a 71-59 victory against Manchester University in Collier Arena.
Hanover grabbed a 19-9 lead late in the first quarter and pushed the margin to 17 points at the half (41-24). Sophomore center Julia Miller (Hartsville, Ind.) scored nine points off the bench and reserve guard Whitney Wilson (Springville, Ind.) added eight to spur the first-half burst.
Freshman guard Claire Cromer (Wabash, Ind.) scored eight points in the third period as the Panthers expanded the lead to 60-40 heading into the fourth quarter.
Manchester outscored Hanover, 11-4 to open the final frame, cutting the cushion to 64-51 with 4:24 on the clock. However, sophomores Allison Nash (Speedway, Ind.) and Baylee Mitchell (Advance, Ind.) each scored from inside to push the Panthers' lead to 68-57 with 2:37 left and defense held the Spartans to just one basket in the closing two minutes of action to hold off any late challenge.
Cromer tossed in a game-high 15 points, while Wilson added 13. Senior guard Ashley Malloy (Salem, Ind.) posted 12 points, a team-best eight rebounds and four assists. Miller finished with 11 points and seven boards.
Hanover, battling for a spot in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference’s six-team post-season tournament, will host Franklin College, Wednesday, Feb. 10. The HCAC game is slated for a 7:30 start in Collier Arena.

Hanover College’s men’ basketball team outscored Manchester University 24-11 in the final eight minutes to come away with a 78-73 victory in a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference tilt in Collier Arena.
Manchester led 62-54 with 8:18 to play before freshman guard Cameron Fails (Mason, Ind.) jump-started the decisive run with a three-point play. Sophomore swingman Wes McKinney (Batesville, Ind.) followed with a three-pointer and junior center Corey Muchmore (Cincinnati, Ohio) added a bucket from inside to erase the Spartans’ lead and tie the game at 62-62 with 5:41 still on the clock.
The squads were tied three times through the next two and one-half minutes. Muchmore scored on a roll to the bucket to give the Panthers the lead for good (68-67) with 2:49 remaining.
Manchester (10-11; 7-7 HCAC) eventually pulled within 72-71 with 50 seconds to go, but Fails and sophomore guard Levi Buck (Pendleton, Ind.) combined to hit 6-of-6 free throws in the closing 26 seconds to seal Hanover’s victory.
Fails finished with a team-high 20 points, including 14 in the second period, and dished out a game-high six assists. Senior forward V.J. Billups (Jeffersonville, Ind.) had 14 points and led the team with six rebounds.
McKinney posted 13 points and senior forward Michael Van Kleunen (Mason, Ohio) added 12.
The Panthers shot 56.9 percent from the field (29-of-51), marking the third time in the squad’s last seven games the unit has shot higher than 50 percent from the floor.
Hanover raised its season mark to 11-10 overall and 9-5 in the Heartland Conference. Manchester, meanwhile, slipped to 10-11 overall and 7-7 in the league.
Hanover will face Franklin College, Wednesday, Feb. 10, in Franklin, Ind. The HCAC battle will begin at 7:30 p.m.


Villanova atop the new AP Poll for first time
By: Associated Press, 2/8/16
Villanova is No. 1 in The Associated Press college basketball poll for the first time.
The Wildcats (20-3) jumped from third to first after Oklahoma and North Carolina both lost over the weekend.
Villanova becomes the sixth different school to be ranked No. 1 this season, which is just one off the record for a college basketball season.
Maryland comes in at No. 2 this week, followed by Oklahoma, Iowa, and Xavier rounding out the top five.
Kansas, Virginia, Michigan State, North Carolina, and West Virginia complete the top ten.
Louisville is now 13th, Purdue is 18th, and Kentucky is 22nd.
Indiana falls out of the Top 25 after losing to Penn State on Saturday night.

 

Broncos defense stifles Carolina, wins third Super Bowl
By: Associated Press, 2/8/16
In what may have been his final game of his career, Peyton Manning was 13 of 23 for 146 yards, but it was his defense that sealed the game for the Broncos.
MVP Von Miller forced 2 fumbles on Cam Newton, which both led to touchdowns, as the Broncos ran away from the Panthers 24-10. Miller has had 2.5 sacks on the night of quarterback Cam Newton.
In total the Broncos defense sacked Newton seven times. The Broncos forced four turnovers total against the Panthers in rout to victory. It's the 3rd Super Bowl title in franchise history for the Denver Broncos. It was Manning's 200th career victory, and second career Super Bowl title.

 

Seahawks' Lynch officially retiring, agent confirms
By: Associated Press, 2/8/16
The agent for Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch has confirmed the reports that his client intends to retire from football.
Doug Hendrickson confirmed his client's plans to The Associated Press.
Lynch had indicated he might be retiring as he posted a picture on social media during Sunday night's Super Bowl of a pair of cleats hanging from a telephone line.