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Reds vs. Texas Rangers
Pre-Game 6:40pm, First Pitch 7:10pm
Girls Golf: Southwestern
vs. Clarksville at Spring Hills -
Boys Tennis: Scottsburg
at Corydon - 5:00pm
Girls Golf: Shawe at Western Hills
Golf Course - 5:00pm
Boys Golf: Trimble Co. vs. Walton-Verona
Soccer: Scottsburg vs. Switzerland County
Volleyball: Scottsburg at Silver Creek
Volleyball: Switz. Co. at South Ripley
Boys Tennis: Jennings County at BNL
Soccer: Jennings County vs. South Dearborn
at JCD - 6:00pm
Cross Country: Madison at Hokum-Karum
(Silver Creek) - 6:00pm
Volleyball: Southwestern at Salem
Cross Country: Scottsburg at Clarksville
Girls Soccer: Jennings County at Jeffersonville
Volleyball: Jennings County vs. New
Albany - 6:00pm
Boys Soccer: Carroll County vs. North
Oldham - 6:00pm
Volleyball: Carroll County vs. Lloyd
Memorial - 6:00pm
Volleyball: Trimble County vs. South
Oldham - 7:30pm
Football Team Rankings
By: Rob Connett, 8/23/16
The Indiana high school
football media poll for Week 2 of the season
has been released. Below are area teams that received votes
and are ranked.
10. Columbus North
2. East Central
20. Silver Creek
12. North Harrison
5. West Washington
15. South Decatur
All-Sport passes still available
By: Jordan Bear
athletic department is still selling All-Sport
passes at discounted rate for the remainder of August.
$115 for a family pass (save $50)
$50 for an adult pass (save $15)
$20 for a student pass (save $10)
$20 for anyone over the age of 50 (save $10)
Passes are good for any regular season game at Southwestern High
School and Middle School, with the exception
of tournaments and post-season play. Passes can be bought at the
main office until 3:00pm any school
day, or you may also buy them at any high
school or middle school event.
College women's tennis picked to lead HCAC race
By: Hanover College Athletics, 8/23/16
After winning each of the
last three Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season
championships, the league’s head coaches have picked the
Hanover women’s tennis team to win its fourth consecutive
title in 2016.
This is the third straight season that the Panthers have
been picked to lead the race in the HCAC, as Hanover received
seven of the nine
first place votes to total 79 points. Rose-Hulman scored the other
two first place votes to log 66 points for second place. Franklin’s
65 points ranked them third in the preseason poll.
Manchester (45), ad Transylvania (Ky.) (40) sit in the fourth through
sixth spots. Rounding out the rest of the field
is Defiance (Ohio), Mount St. Joseph (Ohio), and Earlham with 22,
21, and 12 points respectively.
With three consecutive HCAC regular
season and tournament titles, the women’s tennis program has
lived up to its preseason expectations, compiling a 42-10 overall
mark since the 2013 season. Hanover has
also won its last 30 HCAC regular season and tournament games combined,
as well its last 25 regular season conference matches.
will open the season with road matches on the first four days of
September. Hanover will face Wheaton (Ill.) at 5:30
p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 1, and will then face Elmhurst (Ill.) at
1 p.m. the following day. After competing in the DePauw Invitational
on Sept. 3 and 4, the Panthers will then welcome Georgetown (Ky.)
for their home opener at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 8.
College men and women cross country picked to finish third
By: Hanover College
placing third in the Heartland Collegiate
championship in 2014 and 2015, the Hanover
men’s cross country team has been picked
to place third by the league’s head
coaches again this season.
The Panthers totaled 77 points in the preseason poll, trailing just
Rose-Hulman and Manchester who recorded 100 and 89 points respectively.
Rose-Hulman also tallied all 10 first place votes.
72 points, Anderson came in fourth, while Bluffton’s
(Ohio) 52 points placed them in the fifth spot. Franklin and Defiance
(Ohio) ranked sixth and seventh respectively with 54 and 36 points.
Transylvania (Ky.) (33), Earlham (20), and Mount St. Joseph (Ohio)
(13) round out the rest of the conference field.
men’s cross country teamhas now been picked
to place in the top half of the field in each of the past three
also recording top four finishes at the HCAC championship in 2013,
2014, and 2015.
Since 2009, Hanover has placed better or the same as its preseason
conference mark in six of the last seven conference championship
The Hanover College women's cross country team was also picked to
finish third on the women's side of the conference.
After picking up back-to-back conference championships in 2013 and
2014, the Panthers placed second at last season’s HCAC meet,
and will look to regain the conference’s top spot in 2016.
Hanover picked up 78 points, falling behind Manchester, who tallied
98 points and eight first place votes, and Bluffton (Ohio), 86 points
and two first place votes.
Franklin, Rose-Hulman, and Anderson jockeyed for position in the
middle of the field, coming in with 65, 63, and 60 points respectively.
Rounding out the rest of the conference preseason poll was Transylvania
(Ky.) (33), Mount St. Joseph (Ohio) (28), Earlham (20), and Defiance
Dating back to
the 2009 campaign, the Panthers have been picked to place fifth
or better in all eight years, including 2016. Hanover has backed
up its preseason prediction on each occasion, placing fourth or
better in each of the last seven HCAC meets, including the two
current Director of Track & Field and Cross Country, has recently
been named interim head coach of the men’s and women’s
cross country programs, and he will look to continue the recent
success of both squads this fall.
Hanover men and women open
the season at the Sodexo Grizzly Invitational in Shelbyville, Ind.,
a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3. Hanover will
then host its annual invitational the following weekend, Saturday,
Sept. 10, with a 10 a.m. start. The Blue and Red will also host the
HCAC Championship on Saturday, Oct. 29, beginning at noon.
sign veteran Cromartie
By: Associated Press,
Colts fortified an injury-filled secondary by signing 10-year
veteran cornerback Antonio Cromartie. Indy needed another cornerback
after starter Patrick Robinson hurt his groin in Saturday's
loss to Baltimore. Pro Bowl cornerback Vontae Davis
is considered week-to-week with a sprained ankle.