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Wednesday's area sports schedule
HS Boys Tennis: Sectionals at Seymour (Scottsburg vs. Trinity) - 4:30pm
HS Boys Tennis:
Sectionals at Jenn. Co., (Madison vs. Jenn. Co.) - 5:00pm

HS Girls Soccer: Southwestern at South Ripley - 5:00pm
HS Boys Soccer: Southwestern vs. JCD - 5:00pm
HS Volleyball: Madison at New Albany - 5:30pm
HS Volleyball: Southwestern at South Ripley - 5:30pm
HS Volleyball: Shawe at Scottsburg - 6:00pm
HS Boys Soccer: Shawe at Switzerland County - 6:00pm
HS Boys Soccer: Madison vs. Floyd Central - 6:00pm
HS Girls Soccer: Madison at Floyd Central - 6:00pm
HS Volleyball: JCD vs. Greensburg - 6:00pm
HS Boys Tennis: Sectionals at Jenn. Co., (SW vs. Greensburg) - 6:30pm
HS Boys Soccer: Carroll County vs. Galatin County - 6:00pm
HS Girls Soccer: Carroll County vs. Galatin County - 8:00pm
HS Volleyball: Trimble County vs. Western - 7:30pm

Area high school football teams rankings
By: Rob Connett, 9/27/16
The AP media poll for Week 7 of the Indiana High School football season has been released. Below are where area teams are ranked in the state.

Class 6A
5. Columbus North
13. New Albany (+2)

Class 5A
4. Columbus East (+1)

Class 4A
3. East Central (+1)

Class 3A
13. Brownstown (-4)
14. Lawrenceburg (+1)
16. Charlestown

Class 2A
12. Milan (+3)
18. Providence

Class 1A
4. West Washington


ORVC announced Athletes of the Week
By: Rob Connett, 9/28/16

The coaches of the Ohio River Valley Conference have announced this week's recipients of the Athlete of the Week awards.
In volleyball, Claire Poling of Rising Sun wins Player of the Week, after posting 27 kills, two blocks, 17 digs and an 88% serving rate in two matches from September 19-26.
South Ripley's Megan Cole and Southwestern's Bradley Winston are the Runners of the Week in cross country. Cole ran the fastest time amongst the girls, 22:07, at the Pumpkin Invite last week, while Winston ran a 17:26 for the boys in the same event.
In boys soccer, Keegan Morris of Switzerland County is the Player of the Week. He scored two goals in two games for the Pacers. On the girls side, Southwestern's Kayla Adkins is this week's recipient. She had five goals and two assists in four matches last week for the Lady Rebels.


Boys Tennis sectionals this week
By: Rob Connett, 9/28/16

The 2016 IHSAA Boys tennis sectionals start this Wednesday, September 28, and run through Saturday, October 1.
Listed below are schedules and results for area teams.

Sectional 30 at Jennings County
Thursday, 5:00pm - Jennings County vs Madison
Thursday, 6:30pm - Greensburg vs Southwestern
Saturday, 10:00am - Championship match

Sectional 54 at Seymour - UPDATED
Thursday, 4:30pm - Trinity Lutheran vs Scottsburg
Friday, 4:45pm - Seymour vs Brownstown Central
Friday, 4:45pm - Austin vs. Thursday's winner
Saturday, TBA - Championship match


Soccer sectional matchups set for local teams
By: Rob Connett, 9/28/16

The 2016 IHSAA Boys and Girls soccer sectionals start next week. Listed below are schedules for area teams.

Class 2A Sectional 26 Boys at East Central
Game 1 (Monday, Oct 3, 6:00pm) - South Dearborn vs. Greensburg
Game 2 (Wednesday, Oct 5, 5:00pm) - Jennings County vs. East Central
Game 3 (Wednesday, Oct 5, 7:00pm) - Batesville vs. Winner of Game 1
Game 4 (Saturday, Oct 8, 6:00pm) - Championship Game

Class 2A Sectional 27 Boys at Seymour
Game 1 (Monday, Oct 3, 6:00pm) - Columbus North vs. Seymour
Game 2 (Wednesday, Oct 5, 6:00pm) - Scottsburg vs. Columbus East
Game 3 (Wednesday, Oct 5, 8:00pm) Madison vs. Winner of Game 1
Game 4 (Friday, Oct 7, 7:00pm) - Championship Game

Class A Sectional 56 Boys at Jac-Cen-Del
Game 1 (Wednesday, Oct 5, 5:00pm) - Oldenburg vs. Hauser
Game 2 (Wednesday, Oct 5, 7:00pm) - JacCenDel vs. Trinity Lutheran
Game 3 (Saturday, Oct 8, 7:00pm) - Championship Game

Class A Sectional 57 Boys at Lawrenceburg
Game 1 (Wednesday, Oct 5, 5:00pm) - Lawrenceburg vs. Rising Sun
Game 2 (Wednesday, Oct 5, 7:00pm) - South Ripley vs. Milan
Game 3 (Saturday, Oct 8, 7:00pm) - Championship Game

Class A Sectional 58 Boys at Shawe Memorial
Game 1 (Monday, Oct 3, 5:00pm) - Southwestern vs. Shawe Memorial
Game 2 (Wednesday, Oct 5, 5:00pm) - Austin vs. Switzerland County
Game 3 (Saturday, Oct 8, 5:00pm) - Championship Game

Class 2A Sectional 26 Girls Soccer at Jennings County
Game 1 (Tuesday, Oct 4, 5:30pm) - East Central vs. South Dearborn
Game 2 (Thursday, Oct 6, 5:30pm) - Greensburg vs. Jennings County
Game 3 (Thursday, Oct 6, 7:30pm) - Batesville vs. Winner of Game 1
Game 4 (Saturday, Oct 8, 1:00pm) - Championship Game

Class 2A Sectional 27 Girls Soccer at Columbus North
Game 1 (Tuesday, Oct 4, 6:00pm) - Madison vs. Scottsburg
Game 2 (Thursday, Oct 6, 6:00pm) - Columbus North vs. Seymour
Game 3 (Thursday, Oct 6, 6:00pm) - Columbus East vs. Winner of Game 1
Game 4 (Saturday, Oct 8, 8:00pm) - Championship Game

Class A Sectional 45 Girls Soccer at Rising Sun
Game 1 (Monday, Oct 3, 6:00pm) - Rising Sun vs. Trinity Lutheran
Game 2 (Tuesday, Oct 4, 5:00pm) - Lawrenceburg vs. Southwestern
Game 3 (Tuesday, Oct 4, 7:00pm) - South Ripley vs. Switzerland County
Game 4 (Thursday, Oct 6, 5:00pm) - Milan vs. Game 1 Winner
Game 5 (Thursday, Oct 6, 7:00pm) - Game 2 Winner vs Game 3 Winner
Game 6 (Saturday, Oct 8, 2:00pm) - Championship Game


Schedule changes made for Shawe, Madison volleyball
By: Rob Connett, 9/28/16

Due to conflict with soccer sectionals at Shawe Memorial next week, the Volleyball match at Madison between the Hilltoppers and Cubs has been moved from Monday, October 3rd to Wednesday, October 5th. JV will still begin at 6:00pm, with the varsity to follow.
Coverage of the volleyball match will be live on 96.7FM WORX.


Hanover men's soccer continues roll
By: Hanover College Athletics, 9/28/16

The Hanover men’s soccer team continued its strong play at home on Tuesday evening, defeating Wilmington (Ohio), 3-0. The Panthers (7-2) have now won all four of their home matches this season by a combined score of 22-4, including two shutouts. Three different Panthers scored in the contest, while senior Cameron Childers (Lafayette, Ind.) totaled both assists for HC. Senior Rafael Di Maio (Sao Paulo, Brazil) picked up his third individual shutout of the season.
A defensive unit led by Di Maio and classmate Alex McSweeney (Louisville, Ky.) has now blanked four opponents this season. Hanover outshot the Quakers 11-4 in the opening half and after a scoreless 30 minutes to open the contest, the Panthers found the back of the net with a goal from junior Thomas Doering (Lexington, Ky.). Childers found the ball just outside the 18-yard box and passed it through the WC backline, giving Doering a clean look at the goal.
The first 45 minutes were played physically on both sides, as there were 10 total fouls called, and one yellow card was given to each team.
In the second half, Childers sent his corner kick back to senior Matthew Hand (Auckland, New Zealand) in the 54th minute, as Hand then ripped a shot from 30 yards out past the Wilmington (3-4-2) keeper, giving HC a 2-0 advantage.
At 80:00, senior Enrico Franchini (Sao Paulo, Brazil) was fouled in the attacking box, and he then capitalized on the penalty kick, scoring his ninth goal of the season to give Hanover a 3-0 edge.
For the match, Hanover held a 15-10 advantage in shot. Despite conceding 10 shots to the Quakers, Di Maio was only called on to make two saves. The Panthers recorded six shots on goal in the contest.
Franchini and senior Walker Goodbub (Prospect, Ky.) paced the Panthers with four shots apiece.

Hanover has now won seven of its last eight matches, and will look to run its home winning streak to five on Saturday, Oct. 1, when Manchester comes to the Panther Athletic Complex for a 3:30 p.m. match.


Rose appeals to have HOF eligibility restored
By: Associated Press, 9/28/16
Desperate to gain admittance to the Hall of Fame, Pete Rose has had his attorney appeal directly to the Hall to have his eligibility restored. Attorney Raymond Genco sent the baseball shrine a seven-page letter outlining his and Rose's thinking. The lawyer says commissioner Rob Manfred's denial of Rose's plea for reinstatement last December "opened the door" for the new argument.


Reds hurt Cardinal's chances of playoffs
By: Associated Press, 9/29/16
Adam Duvall's two-run single was all Cincinnati needed as the Reds beat the St. Louis Cardinals 2-1 Wednesday night. The victory at Busch Stadium was the Reds' third win in their last four games.


Another injury for Colts
By:, 9/27/16
Just as the Colts defense gets healthy, the unit was dealt some unexpected news on Tuesday morning.
The team announced that OLB-Trent Cole was going on injured reserve.
Cole had a back injury earlier in the season, missing Week Two’s game in Denver, but did play 31 snaps last Sunday against the Chargers.
Chuck Pagano will update the IR move for Cole later on Tuesday.
Even though Cole is on injured reserve, it does not necessarily mean his 2016 season is finished. The Colts could still use the “designated to return” tag on Cole. In 2016, teams do not have to specify whom they will use the IR to return tag on. That player must be on IR for at least eight weeks though.
Without Cole, the Colts will be using more of Akeem Ayers and Curt Maggitt in backup roles behind Robert Mathis and Erik Walden.


Red Sox win AL East title
By: Associated Press, 9/29/16
The Boston Red Sox are American League East champions and will open their postseason schedule Oct. 6 seeking a second World Series crown in four years. The team's first opponent has not been determined yet. The Red Sox lost 5-3 in New York on a Mark Teixeira walk-off grand slam but clinched the division when Toronto lost 3-2 to Baltimore.