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ORVC Jamboree set for Saturday

By: Rob Connett, 10/27/16
This year's ORVC Girls Basketball Jamboree will be held at Southwestern High School this Saturday, October 29, at 1:00pm.

2016 ORVC Girls Jamboree Schedule
Period 1: Southwestern vs. Shawe
Period 2: Switzerland County vs. Shawe
Period 3: Switzerland County vs. Jac-Cen-Del
Period 4: Rising Sun vs. Jac-Cen-Del
Period 5: Rising Sun vs. South Ripley
Period 6: Milan vs. South Ripley
Period 7: Milan vs. Southwestern

Admission for fans will be $5.


Club Volleyball tryouts scheduled for November 6
By: Rob Connett, 10/27/16
The Indiana Rage volleyball club will host tryouts on Sunday, November 6, at Southwestern High School.
Tryouts for ages 10-14 will be from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m for ages 15-18.
Players will register upon arrival, and should being current insurance information.
If you have any questions, contact Club Director Chris Johnson at (812) 629-4452.


Little league basketball applications due soon
By: Rob Connett, 10/27/16
The Madison Parks Department is still accepting little league basketball applications for 4th-6th grade boys and girls. The fee is $50.
All applications received by the deadline of November 7 are guaranteed a roster spot, but those that sign-up afterwards may be placed on a waiting list.
Forms are available at the Madison Parks Department office in the Brown Gym, online at and at Champs Sports and Liberty Screen Printing.
All fees and registration forms can be dropped off at the Brown Gym during office hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm). They can also be mailed to the Madison Parks Department, 101 West Main Street, Madison, IN 47250.
For more information, or to become a coach, call Scott Davidson at (812) 265-8308.


Hanover Men one win away from top seed
By: Hanover Athletics, 10/27/16
The Hanover men’s soccer team needed just one goal as they picked up their fourth consecutive Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference victory, defeating Mount St. Joseph on the road Wednesday evening, 1-0.
Hanover (14-4, 7-1 HCAC) received a shutout from senior goalkeeper Rafael Di Maio (Sao Paulo, Brazil), who was called on for just one save on eight MSJ (9-5-3, 4-3-1 HCAC) shots.
Junior Ryan Keeney (Rineyville, Ky.) scored the lone goal of the match in the 63rd minute off a corner kick from classmate Zach Barnes (Lexington, Ky.).
Each side recorded eight shots in the match, with HC posting a 2-1 advantage in shots on goal. Keeney led the team with three shot attempts.
Senior Matthew Eldridge (Louisville, Ky.) also logged multiple shot attempts for HC.
The Panthers, who were ranked fifth in the NCAA Great Lakes Region earlier in the day and seventh in the NSCAA Great Lakes region on Tuesday, have now won four consecutive matches and 10 of their last 11 overall.

Hanover will welcome Rose-Hulman for Senior Day on Saturday, Oct. 29. The 3:30 p.m. match will be the final contest of the regular season, and a win from the Panthers can earn them a share of the regular season championship with Rose-Hulman, while also giving HC the top seed in next week’s HCAC Tournament.

Hanover Women rout MSJ
By: Hanover Athletics, 10/27/16

The Hanover women’s soccer team picked up its sixth consecutive shutout, defeating Mount St. Joseph in a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference contest on Wednesday afternoon, 6-0.
Both the Panthers (10-5, 7-1 HCAC) and Lions (10-6-1, 6-2 HCAC) came into Wednesday part of a four-way tie for first in the conference.
Hanover has now outscored its opponents 43-0 over the six match winning streak.
For the match, the Blue and Red outshot MSJ 30-4, while holding a 20-1 advantage in shots on goal.
Senior Anna Cornacchione (Cincinnati, Ohio) recorded a team high five points, scoring two goals and adding one assist. Sophomore Shannon Hawkins (Carmel, Ind.) also logged two goals for HC.
Pitching in with one goal apiece were seniors Shelby Adams (Avon, Ind.) and Elaine Simpson (Lexington, Ky.).
With two assists, sophomore Leah Ellis (Floyds Knobs, Ind.) led the team, while senior Rebecca Tumlin (West Harrison, Ind.) added one helper.
Simpson scored her fifth goal of the season in the sixth minute. She received a pass from Cornacchione, and ripped in a shot from 10 yards out.
The second HC goal came Cornacchione, who dribbled across the attack box on the left, and fired a shot into the back of the net from 18 yards out. The Panthers led 2-0 at the 38:03 mark of the opening half.
With less than five minutes remaining in the first half, Hawkins scored her first goal of the match off a pass from Ellis.
Hanover led 3-0 at the intermission. The Panthers held a 13-2 edge in first half shot attempts.
In the 54th minute, Cornaccachione hit the crossbar from 25 yards out, as the ball crossed the goal line and counted as HC’s fourth goal of the game.
Adams scored in the 70th minute, while Hawkins added her second score of the contest in the 87th minute. Tumlin and Ellis picked up the assists on the final two scores.

Hanover will face Rose-Hulman for Senior Day at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29. The Fightin’ Engineers also entered Wednesday tied for first in the HCAC.

Hanover College picked to finish third in HCAC men's basketball
By: Hanover Athletics, 10/26/16

As the 2016-17 men’s basketball season approaches, Hanover has been picked by the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference coaches to finish third in the league this year.

The Panthers received one first place vote, and a total of 73 points in the preseason poll. Mount St. Joseph, 2015-16 co-regular season and tournament champions, picked up six first place votes en route to 93 points, as they have been picked to win the HCAC. The second place team was Transylvania with 74 points and one first place vote.
Manchester also received one first place vote as their 66 points were good enough for fourth in the poll. Rounding out the top half of the conference was Rose-Hulman with 60 points.
The remainder of the conference field was predicted as followed, Anderson (54), Defiance (53), Franklin (37), Bluffton (23), and Earlham (17). The final first place vote went to Defiance.

This is the eighth consecutive season that HC has been predicted to finish among the top four in the conference, and the second straight season the team has been picked third.
Under head coach Jon Miller, who is entering his ninth season at the helm for HC, the Panthers have finished no worse than sixth in the regular season conference standings, as the team has also appeared in the HCAC tournament every year.
The preseason prognosis for the Panthers, under Miller, shows that the preseason conference ranking has been fairly accurate, with the team finishing no worse than two spots below or no better than one spot above in the final regular season standings in seven of the eight years.
Since the beginning of the 2008-09 season, Hanover has compiled a 124-86 overall record, and a 93-47 mark in the HCAC, as the team has appeared in the conference championship game on three separate occasions, and the HCAC semifinal round in all but two years.

Hanover finished the 2015-16 season with a 14-12 overall mark, as its 12-6 record in the HCAC was good enough to tie for third. The Panthers however, fell in the opening round of the conference tournament to Transylvania.
The Blue and Red return one all-conference selection from last season in junior Wes McKinney (Batesville, Ind.). The 2014-15 HCAC Freshman of the Year averaged 13.0 points and 5.4 rebounds per game a year ago. Classmate Levi Buck (Pendleton, Ind.) was HC’s all-sportsmanship selection for the conference a last year as well.

Hanover will open the regular season at home, when they welcome Boyce (Ky.) for a 7:30 p.m. contest inside Collier Arena.


Hanover College picked to finish fifth in HCAC women's basketball
By: Hanover Athletics, 10/25/16

The Hanover women’s basketball team has been picked to finish fifth this season in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference by the league’s head coaches.
Hanover is coming off a 2015-16 season which saw the team go 9-16 overall and 5-13 in the HCAC. Last year marked the first time since the 2006-07 campaign that HC did not appear in the conference tournament.
During the Panthers’ historic run, the team not only appeared in the conference tournament, but also made it to the HCAC Championship round in every season from 2008-2015, including three finals victories.
The Panthers picked up 55 points in the coaches poll this season. Rose-Hulman was named the unanimous first place team, earning all 10 first place votes, totaling 100 points. The 2015-16 regular season and tournament champion, Bluffton, came in the second slot with 86 points. Rounding out the top three was Transylvania with 80 points.
Franklin comes in the fourth slot with 68 points. The rest of the field includes Defiance (52), Mount St. Joseph (39), Manchester (31), Earlham (23), and Anderson (17).

Hanover has been a mainstay in the top half of the conference, as they have been picked to finish in the top five for the eighth consecutive season. This however, is the lowest the Blue and Red have been picked since the 2009-10 season.
Over the past eight seasons, the Panthers hold an 89-35 record in conference games, a .718 winning percentage.
Head coach John Jones is back for his second season at the helm for HC, as he is entering his 14th season overall on the Panther bench.
Jones will have a younger team this year, as there are no seniors on the roster, but he does bring back six players from last season’s squad. Hanover has one all-conference selection returning in junior Allison Nash (Speedway, Ind.), who was a second team pick last season.
Hanover’s preparation for the upcoming season will be highlighted with a trip to Butler for an exhibition contest at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 30. The Panthers open the regular season at the Washington (Mo.) McWilliams Classic against the Bears, who finished last season ranked seventh in the nation, at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 18.


Celebrate Halloween with Hanover College this Saturday
By: Hanover College Athletics, 10/26/16

Sports fans in the local community are invited to attend "A Very Hanover College Halloween," Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Panther Athletic Complex. All children are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes and admission to athletic events is free for fans of all ages.
The College will host four athletic events that afternoon, including the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference's men's and women's cross country championships. The Panthers’ women’s and men’s soccer teams will face the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, while Hanover's football squad will play Defiance College in a Senior Day/SuperATV gridiron battle. The sporting events begin at 11:45 a.m.
After Hanover’s football game, there will be a costume contest, “trunk or treat” and children’s games, as well as a post-game tailgate with free food. The festivities, which start at approximately 4:30 p.m., will be held at a large red tent on the northwest side of Alumni Stadium.