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Other Friday night Area Events
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College Men's Basketball: Hanover vs. Manchester - 3:00pm
College Women's Basketball: Hanover vs. Manchester - 5:00pm

This week's area high school girls basketball rankings
Poll released November 27

Class 4A
10. Columbus North

Class 3A
1. North Harrison

Class 2A
2. Providence
8. Austin
9. Eastern (Pekin)

Class 1A
5. Jac-Cen-Del
9. Hauser


This week's area high school boys basketball rankings
Poll released November 29

Class 4A
1. New Albany
18. Floyd Central

Class 3A
9. Brownstown Central
13. Greensburg
15. Salem

Class 2A
6. Providence
14. Henryville
16. South Ripley

Class 1A
12. West Washington
16. South Decatur
16. New Washington
20. Borden


"Rumble on the River" pairings announced
By: Rob Connett, 12/2/16
The match ups for the annual "Rumble On The River" girls basketball tournament at Southwestern High School have been announced.
The tourney will be held in both the main gym and the new gym on Thursday, December 29 and Friday, December 30.
Each team, besides Borden, will play three games.

*Game 1 (Dec. 29, 10:00am) - McCUTCHEON vs. SCOTTSBURG
*Game 2 (Dec. 29, 10:00am) - FISHERS vs. SOUTH RIPLEY
*Game 3 (Dec. 29, 11:45am) - SWITZERLAND COUNTY vs. AUSTIN
*Game 4 (Dec. 29, 11:45am) - SOUTHWESTERN vs. CONNERSVILLE
*Game 5 (Dec. 29, 1:30pm) - CHARLESTOWN vs. COLUMBUS EAST
*Game 6 (Dec. 29, 1:30pm) - MADISON vs. Game 2 winner
Game 7 (Dec. 29, 3:15pm) - Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 loser
Game 8 (Dec. 29, 3:15pm) - Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser
*Game 9 (Dec. 29, 5:00pm) - Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner
Game 10 (Dec. 29, 5:00pm) - Game 5 loser vs. Game 6 loser
*Game 11 (Dec. 30, 10:00am) - Game 4 winner vs. Game 6 winner
Game 12 (Dec. 30, 10:00am) - Game 9 loser vs. Game 10 winner
*Game 13 (Dec. 30, 11:45am) - Game 1 winner vs. Game 9 winner
Game 14 (Dec. 30, 11:45am) - Game 8 loser vs. Game 10 loser
Game 15 (Dec. 30, 1:30pm) - BORDEN vs. Game 7 loser
Game 16 (Dec. 30, 1:30pm) - Game 7 winner vs. Game 11 loser
Game 17 (Dec. 30, 3:15pm) - Game 8 winner vs. Game 13 loser
*Championship (Dec. 30, 5:00pm) - Game 11 winner vs. Game 13 winner


Indiana coach Kevin Wilson resigns
By: ESPN, 12/2/16
Indiana University football coach Kevin Wilson has tendered his resignation, effective immediately, as head coach of the Hoosiers football program. Athletic Director Fred Glass said it has nothing to do with the performance of the football program, nor did he break any type of NCAA rules in any way. Wilson said he resigned over philosophical differences with himself and the administration.

Defensive Coordinator Tom Allen was immediately given a six year contract to become the full-time head coach at Indiana immediately. The Hoosiers are 6-6 this season and are bowl eligible for the 2nd consecutive season. The bowl announcement for the Hoosiers is expected to be announced on Sunday, the 4th of December.


Hanover men's basketball to host conference opener Saturday
By: Hanover Athletics, 12/1/16
Coming off its best four game start to a season in three years, the Hanover men’s basketball team will open Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference play this weekend at home against Manchester.

The Panthers, who are 3-1 for the first time since 2013-14, will welcome Manchester for a 3 p.m. tip inside Collier Arena on Saturday, Dec. 3.

Hanover’s hot start included two wins at the Mount St. Joseph Tip-Off Classic, with the second victory coming over then-No. 11 John Carroll, 90-89.

Offense has not been an issue so far this season for the Panthers as they are second in the HCAC and inside the top 50 nationally in scoring average at 86.0. The Blue and Red opened the season scoring at least 90 points in three consecutive games. Hanover is shooting nearly 50 percent from the field, ranking third in the conference and 50th in the NCAA.

Leading the way for HC this season has been junior Wes McKinney (Batesville, Ind.), who is averaging 19.8 points per game. McKinney has relied on his three point shooting this year, making 44.4 percent of his attempts behind the arc. The junior also leads the conference in rebounding, grabbing nine per contest.
Sophomore Cam Fails (Mason, Ohio) is averaging 15.0 points per contest, as he also leads the team in assists per game at 3.5. Fails hit the game-winning three pointer, at the buzzer, in the win over John Carroll.
With at least 14 points in three of the four games this season, senior Corey Muchmore (Cincinnati, Ohio) is averaging 13.5 points per game. Muchmore is also recording 5.3 rebounds per contest.
Freshman Logan Ratts (Martinsville, Ind.) came off the bench to score a career high eight points last time out at Washington (Mo.). Ratts was joined by sophomore Lucas Miller (Clarksville, Ind.), who scored 10 points and dished out a team high four assists off the bench.

Hanover’s opponent, Manchester, is coming off its first win of the season on Wednesday evening after defeating Olivet (Mich.) 99-67. The Spartans enter conference play with a 1-3 overall mark and are averaging 74.8 points per game.

Hanover leads the all-time series with Manchester 94-51. The Panthers have also taken the last three meetings and eight of the last 10 overall, including a 78-73 win at home last February.


Hanover women's basketball set for home-opener against Manchester
By: Hanover Athletics, 12/1/16
With three games under its belt, the Hanover women’s basketball team will play its 2016 home-opener against Manchester Saturday, Dec. 3. at 5 p.m., following the men's game.

Not only will the contest be the Panthers’ home-opener, but it will also serve as the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) opener for both teams.

Hanover will enter the game with a 1-2 mark in the early going following a 78-50 win at Centre last week. In that contest junior Allison Nash (Speedway, Ind.), sophomore Claire Cromer (Wabash, Ind.) and freshman Alexis Nall (Mount Vernon, Ind.) scored in double figures for the Panthers.
Nash posted game-highs in both points (18) and rebounds (8) in only 24 minutes of action. Nall had her best game of her young career with 17 points and five rebounds, while Cromer finished with 10 points, three assists and two steals in the win.

The Panthers are averaging 73.7 points per game thus far and have shot 37.8% (70-185) from the field, including 30.4% (14-46) from beyond the three-point line, and 64.4% (67-104) from the free throw line.

Through three games, 16 different players have seen action in each contest. Nash and Cromer lead the team at 13.0 and 10.7 points per game. Freshman Maleha Motter (Danville, Ind.) has paced the team with 5.0 rebounds per game, and freshman Holly Kallmeyer (Covington, Ky.) tops the team in assists per game (4.3) and steals per game (2.3).

The Spartans are winless in their first five games of the season having lost 67-58 to North Park and 116-72 to North Central last weekend in the North Park Thanksgiving Classic.

Through five games, Manchester is averaging 61.6 points per game and has shot 36.5% (103-282) from the floor, 27.5% (22-80) from beyond the three-point line and 74.1% (80-108) from the charity stripe.

In the last five years, the two teams have met ten times. Hanover has won seven of those games, including four of the five played in Hanover. The two teams split a pair of games last year with each team winning at home.


Di Maio claims NSCAA All-Region honors
By: Hanover Athletics, 12/1/16
Senior goalkeeper Rafael Di Maio (Sao Paulo, Brazil) has been named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America third team all-region for his performance this season.

The senior was part of seven team shutouts, while also recording five solo clean sheets in 2016. Di Maio was also among the top five in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference in save percentage (.772) and goals against average (0.76).

For his performance in 2016, Di Maio was named to his second consecutive HCAC first team. This is his first all-region honor, and marks the second consecutive year HC has recorded a third team all-region selection.

As a team, Hanover set a school single season record for victories during the 2016 campaign. The Panthers finished with a 17-4-0 overall mark, and earned the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance after winning the HCAC Tournament title.

Di Maio allowed just one goal during the HCAC Tournament, including a shutout in the conference championship to earn the tournament’s most valuable player award.


Hanover women's soccer earns three NSCAA All-Region selections
By: Hanover Athletics, 11/30/16
After winning its fourth straight Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship and appearing in the NCAA Tournament for the fourth consecutive season, three Hanover women’s soccer players were recognized by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America as all-region selections.

The NSCAA awarded senior Anna Cornacchione (Cincinnati, Ohio) with a first team spot, while juniors Abby Shroyer (Zionsville, Ind.) and Daria Volker (Lawrenceburg, Ind.) were named to the second team.

Cornacchione, the team’s offensive leader in 2016, is picking up her fourth consecutive NSCAA first team all-region selection. The senior will have a chance at also earning her second all-American award as she was named a third team member back in 2014.
For the season, Cornacchione led the team and ranked second in all three scoring categories in the HCAC with 16 goals, 15 assists, and 47 points. The senior who also had four game-winning goals in 2016, leaves HC as the program’s all-time leader in goals, assists, and points.

After earning NSCAA first team all-region and third team all-American honors in 2015, Shroyer has picked up a second team selection for the second time in her career. The junior, who was named HCAC Most Valuable Defensive Player for the second consecutive season, guided a Panther defense to nine shutouts in 2016, including seven during a 10-match winning streak late in the year. The defense allowed 1.29 goals per game.
Though she is known for her leadership on the back line, Shroyer logged the game-winning goal against Franklin in the HCAC Championship, sending HC to the NCAA Tournament. Shroyer finished the season with two goals and one assist, all of which came during the HCAC Championship and NCAA Tournament games.

Volker’s second team honor is her first recognition to the NSCAA all-region team in her career. The midfielder finished the season with four goals and one assist. Volker, who was named to the HCAC first team this year, scored the game-winning goal just 30 seconds into overtime in the NCAA Opening Round, the team’s first tournament win in the past four years.

Hanover ended the 2016 season with a 14-6 overall mark, and its 8-1 record in the HCAC also earned the team a share of its fourth straight regular season conference title.
The Panthers have now earned three NSCAA all-region selections in each of the past four seasons, as well as earning one all-American honor in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015.


All-Star Game no longer decides World Series home field advantage
By: Associated Press, 12/1/16
The league that wins baseball's All-Star Game no longer will get home-field advantage in the World Series, which instead will go to the pennant winner with the better regular-season record. The change was included in Major League Baseball's tentative new collective bargaining agreement and disclosed early today to The Associated Press by a person familiar with the agreement.