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Oldenburg at Shawe
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Class 3A Sectional #29
Madison vs. Connersville
First Pitch 5:30pm

Class A Sectional #60
Shawe vs. Oldenburg
Join After Conclusion of Game 1

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Reds at Los Angeles Dodgers
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Wednesday's Area High School Events

HS Golf: Shawe vs. Jennings County at Sunrise Golf Course - 4:30pm
HS Tennis Regional: Madison's Annie Marsh/Emma Stacier at Bloom. So. - 5:30pm
HS Baseball Sectionals: Madison vs. Connersville - 5:30pm
HS Baseball Sectionals:
Shawe vs. Oldenburg - 7:00pm


Area teams in this week's Indiana high school baseball/softball polls
1A Baseball
#4 Rising Sun, #6 Trinity Lutheran
Receiving votes outside the Top 10: Jac-Cen-Del

2A Baseball
#4 Providence

3A Baseball
#2 Silver Creek, #6 Franklin County
Receiving Votes outside Top 10: Brownstown Central, Lawrenceburg

4A Baseball
#8 Jeffersonville, #9 New Albany

1A Softball
#1 Hauser, #3 Rising Sun, #11 Lanesville

2A Softball
#1 Henryville

3A Softball
#6 Franklin County, #14 South Dearborn, #17 Charlestown

4A Softball
#4 Floyd Central


IHSAA softball sectionals this week
By: Rob Connett
The 2016 Indiana High School Athletic Association softball sectionals are this week. Sectional match ups for area schools are listed below.

Class 3A, Sectional 29 at Greensburg High School
QuarterFinals (5/23, 5:30pm) - Madison 10, Lawrenceburg 0
QuarterFinals (5/23, 7:30pm) - Franklin County 3, South Dearborn 2
QuarterFinals (5/24, 5:30pm) - Connersville 13, Rushville 0
QuarterFinals (5/24, 7:30pm) - Greensburg 4, Batesville 1
SemiFinals (5/26, 5:30pm) - Madison vs Franklin County
SemiFinals (5/26, 7:30pm) - Connersville vs Rushville
Game 7 (5/27, 6:00pm) - Championship

Class 3A, Sectional 30 at Corydon Central High School
Game 1 (5/23, 5:30pm) - Brownstown Central 3, North Harrison 2
Game 2 (5/24, 5:30pm) - Salem 5, Corydon Central 0
Game 3 (5/24, 7:30pm) - Charlestown 7, Scottsburg 1
SemiFinals (5/25, 5:30pm) - Silver Creek vs Brownstown Central
SemiFinals (5/25, 7:30pm) - Salem vs Charlestown

Game 6 (5/26, 6:00pm) - Championship

Class 2A, Sectional 45 at Switzerland County High School
First Round (5/23, 5:30pm) - South Ripley 17, Austin 0
First Round (5/23, 7:30pm) - Southwestern 3, North Decatur 1
SemiFinals (5/24, 5:30pm) - Southwestern 10, South Ripley 0
SemiFinals (5/24, 7:30pm) - Milan 3, Switzerland County 2
Championship (5/26, 6:00pm) - Southwestern vs. Milan

Class 1A, Sectional 60 at Rising Sun High School
First Round (5/23) - Jac-Cen-Del 13, Oldenburg 0
First Round (5/23) - Hauser 10, South Decatur 0
SemiFinals (5/24) - Jac-Cen-Del 3, Hauser 0
SemiFinals (5/24) - Rising Sun 17, Shawe 0
Championship (5/26) - Hauser vs. Rising Sun


IHSAA baseball sectionals this week
By: Rob Connett
The 2016 Indiana High School Athletic Association softball sectionals are this week. Sectional match ups for area schools are listed below.

3A Sectional 29 at Madison
*Game 1 (5/25, 5:30pm) - Madison vs Connersville
Game 2 (5/25, 7:30pm) - Greensburg vs Rushville

Game 3 (5/26, 5:30pm) - Batesville vs Franklin County
Game 4 (5/26, 7:30pm) - Lawrenceburg vs South Dearborn
Game 5 (5/27, 5:30pm) - Game 1 winner vs Game 2 winner
Game 6 (5/27, 7:30pm) - Game 3 winner vs Game 4 winner
Game 7 (5/30, 5:30pm) - Championship

3A Sectional 30 at North Harrison
Game 1 (5/25) - Brownstown Central vs Salem
Game 2 (5/26) - Charlestown vs Corydon Central
Game 3 (5/26) - North Harrison vs Silver Creek
Game 4 (5/30) - Scottsburg vs Game 1 winner
Game 5 (5/30) - Game 2 winner vs Game 3 winner
Game 6 (5/30) - Championship

2A Sectional 45 at Switzerland County
Game 1 (5/25, 5:00pm) - North Decatur vs South Ripley
Game 2 (5/25, 7:00pm) - Switzerland County vs Austin

Game 3 (5/26, 5:00pm) - Game 1 winner vs Game 2 winner
*Game 4 (5/26, 7:00pm) - Milan vs Southwestern
Game 5 (5/30, 6:00pm) - Championship

1A Sectional 60 at Shawe Memorial
Game 1 (5/25, 5:00pm) - Rising Sun vs Hauser
*Game 2 (5/25, 7:00pm) - Shawe vs Oldenburg

Game 3 (5/30, 11:00am) - Game 1 winner vs Game 2 winner
Game 4 (5/30, 1:00pm) - Jac-Cen-Del vs South Decatur
Game 5 (5/30, 7:00pm) - Championship

*96.7FM WORX will broadcast all Madison, Southwestern, and Shawe games throughout the postseason.


KHSAA softball districts this week
By: Rob Connett
The 2016 Kentucky High School Athletic Association softball districts are this week. Match ups for area schools are listed below.

31st District at Carroll County High School
Opening Round (5/22, 6:00pm) - Eminence 4, Gallatin County 1
SemiFinals (5/23, 5:30pm) - Eminence 0, Henry County 10
SemiFinals (5/23, 7:30pm) - Carroll County 6, Owen County 1
Championship (5/24, 6:00pm) - Henry County 15
, Carroll County 2


KHSAA baseball districts this week
By: Rob Connett
The 2016 Kentucky High School Athletic Association baseball districts are this week. Match ups for area schools are listed below.

31st District at Carroll County High School
Opening Round (5/23, 5:30pm) - Gallatin County 24, Eminence 0
SemiFinals (5/24, 5:30pm) - Owen County 6
, Gallatin County 1
SemiFinals (5/24, 8:30pm) - Henry County 1, Carroll County 0
Game 4 (5/26, 5:30pm) - Owen County vs. Henry County


ORVC coaches name All-Conference teams for spring season
By: Rob Connett, 5/24/16

Head coaches of the Ohio River Valley Conference has named its all-conference teams for baseball, softball, golf, and track and field.

This season's softball conference champion, Milan, leads the all-conference list with four representatives -- Alex Dixon, Lexi Wert, Morgan Widener, and Abby Yelton.
Rising Sun have three players named to the team -- Sydney Bostic, Baylie Hunter, and Tiffany Vinup.
Also added to the 2016 all-conference team for softball are Kelsi Brierly, Michaela Mahoney, and Abby Ralston of Southwestern; Taylar Jordan, Kelsi Konkle, and Brooke Todd of Switzerland County; Sarah Boyken and Julia Rea of South Ripley; EmaLee Copeland of Shawe, and Morgen Carroll of Jac-Cen-Del.
Shawe's EmaLee Copeland is the 2016 ORVC Mental Attitude Award winner and Milan's Yatsie Roysden is Coach of the Year.

Rising Sun won the 2016 ORVC title in baseball, and have four players named to the all-conference team -- Kurtis Armstrong, Mitchell Morris, Brady Murray, and Brent Turner.
Jac-Cen-Del also have four representatives -- Reuben Benham, Maverick Dwenger, Tyler Huff, and Allen Troy.
Also on the all-conference team for baseball are South Ripley's Avery Halcomb, Larry Pickett, Ty Tucker, and Cory Walker, along with SwitzCo's Kollin Hayes and Dalton Roark, Milan's Jordan Burton, and Southwestern's Tryston Wheatley.
There are three co-Mental Attitude Award winners -- Tyler Huff of Jac-Cen
Del, Brad Koehler of Shawe, and Kaleb Riley of South Ripley.
Rising Sun's Kevin Wirsch is the Coach of the Year in baseball.

Rising Sun also won the conference title in boys golf this season, shooting a 349 as a team in the tournament, beating Southwestern by 19 strokes.
Jac-Cen-Del's Lucas Williams had the best individual score, shooting a 77.
The Shiners' Brady Murray won the Mental Attitude Award and Brian Graham was named Coach of the Year.

Rising Sun also won the boys Track & Field conference title, beating Switzerland County by just four points in the conference meet.
Claudio Gallegos of Rising Sun was named the Mental Attitude Award winner. On the girls side, Switzerland County ran away from the competition, winning the conference meet by 57 points.
Abby Wagner of Jac-Cen-Del won the Mental Attitude Award.

Madison boys basketball camp set for May 31-June 3

By: Rob Connett

Applications are available for this summer's Madison boys basketball camp
at E.O. Muncie Elementary School, from May 31 through June 3.
Boys going into 2nd-5th grade will participate from 10:00am to 11:30 each day, and 6th-9th graders participating from Noon to 1:30pm. Cliff Hawkins, coaching staff, and Madison basketball players will run the camp.
Cost is $40 for the camp, and includes a camp shirt.
Make checks payable to Madison Boys Basketball.
Applications can be picked up at all MCS schools, and should be returned to Cliff Hawkins at Madison Consolidated High School.

Southwestern Lady Rebel basketball camp set for June 7-9

By: Rob Connett

Applications are available for this year's Lady Rebel basketball camp at
Southwestern High School.
The camp will be June 7-9 at King Gymnasium, with girls in kindergarten through 3rd grade participating from 10:00am to 11:30 each day, and 4th-8th graders participating from Noon to 1:30pm.
Head Coach Marcus Sullivan will be the camp director, with assistant coaches and Southwestern High School players helping out as well.
Cost is $40 for the three days, and includes a camp shirt.
Make checks payable to Marcus Sullivan, 3605 N. Jefferson Lake Road, Madison, Indiana, 47250.
Application must include the camper's name, grade, address, parents' names, and shirt size.


Hubbard picks up USTFCCCA All-Region selection
By: Hanover College Athletics, 5/25/16

Junior Savannah Hubbard (Madison, Ind.) of the Hanover women’s track & field team has been named as a member of the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Great Lakes all-region team in the heptathlon for the outdoor season.
Hubbard set a new school record in the heptathlon last week in the North Central College Gregory Invitational, scoring 4,353 points, shattering her own personal best by over 200 points. Her point total also ranks among the top 30 at the NCAA Division III level in 2016.
In her record-setting performance, Hubbard placed second in both the javelin throw and shot put. Hubbard’s javelin toss of 36.33 meters was the second best mark in program history while her shot put distance came in at 10.96 meters.
She finished the NCC Gregory Invite with over 540 points in each of the seven events and placed in the top half of the field in four events.
Hubbard was also named the 2016 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Most Outstanding Field Athlete earlier this spring. At the HCAC championships, Hubbard won the long jump, and placed in the top five in the triple jump, high jump, 100m hurdles, and 400m hurdles.
The first team all-HCAC selection placed in the top eight on 28 occasions this season, including three first place finishes.


Blackmon to return to Hoosiers
By: Associated Press, 5/25/16

Indiana Hoosiers guard James Blackmon Jr. has withdrawn from the NBA draft, the school announced Wednesday.
Blackmon, a rising junior, missed the final 22 games last season after having knee surgery. He averaged 15.8 points in 13 games, shooting 46.3 percent on 3-pointers before getting hurt.
Blackmon announced in April he would enter the draft, though most people expected the former Indiana prep star to return to school.
The Hoosiers still have not yet said whether forward Troy Williams will stay in the draft. Williams, who just finished his junior season, has not hired an agent.


Hoosiers to play rematch with UNC, Purdue and Louisville to square off
By: Rob Connett, 5/24/16

ESPN announced this afternoon the match ups for the 2016 ACC/Big Ten Challenge, which will take place at the end of November.
National runner-up North Carolina will take on Indiana at Assembly Hall on Nov. 30. The game is a rematch of the Tar Heels' 101-86 victory over the Hoosiers in the Sweet 16 in Philadelphia last March.
Also on Wednesday, Nov. 30, Louisville will host Purdue at the KFC Yum! Center.
Other match ups that day include Ohio State at Virginia, Virginia Tech at Michigan, Rutgers at Miami, and Nebraska at Clemson.
The day before, on Nov. 29, games will feature powerhouses Michigan State at Duke, last year's Final Four team Syracuse at Wisconsin, Pitt at Maryland, Iowa at Notre Dame, Georgia Tech at Penn State, and NC State at Illinois.
The ACC/Big Ten Challenge will actually start on November 28, when Minnesota visits Florida State and Wake Forest plays at Northwestern.
Times of the games will be announced later.

Purdue's Mackey Arena floor to be replaced after water main break
By: Associated Press, 5/24/16

Two Purdue University athletics complexes were damaged during a weekend water main break.
Purdue athletics communications director Tom Schott says the Holloway Volleyball Court in the Brees Academic Performance Center had the most damage. It must be replaced. So must the Mackey Arena basketball court.
The damage happened sometimes between Friday night and Saturday morning when a water line that was being laid for the new Football Performance Complex leaked. It’s not clear what caused the leak, which
caused 3 to 5 inches of water to collect at Brees.
Purdue officials say the damage will affect summer camps, which will have to find other accommodations.
Schott says the school will know the full cost of repairs later this week. He says the university is in touch with its insurance provider.


Reds Drop Game 2 to Dodgers
By: Associated Press/Rob Connett, 5/25/16

Cincinnati's losing skid is now at 9 straight, with the Reds routed by the Dodgers in Los Angeles last night. Daniel Wright made his major league debut giving up four runs and 7 hits over 5 1/3 innings and got the loss for the Reds.

The Cincinnati Reds will now wrap up a 3 game series with the Dodgers on Wednesday night with the pregame show set to begin at 9:40pm and the first pitch set for 10:10pm. Coverage of that game can be heard on 1270AM WXGO.


Local blackout lifted for Indianapolis 500
By: Associated Press, 5/25/16

All tickets for Sunday's Indianapolis 500 have been sold and, for only the third time in history, local race fans will be able to watch the race live on television. Race organizers made the announcements Wednesday morning. The race has traditionally been televised on tape delay in the Indianapolis television market.


NFL announces hosts of Super Bowls in 2019, 2020, and 2021
By: Associated Press, 5/24/16

The NFL announced this afternoon that Atlanta will host the Super Bowl in 2019, Miami will host in 2020, and the new home of the LA Rams will host the big game in 2021.
Houston will host Super Bowl LI next year and the new Vikings stadium in Minneapolis will host in 2018.