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Local Sports Result From November 3rd And 4th

Posted On November 03, 2017

Friday, November 3rd:

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL:

Devin Brierly picked up her first head coaching win as Southwestern defeats Austin 53-43. Lady Rebels now 1-2, ended a 6 game losing streak dating back to last season. Southwestern will take on Clarksville tomorrow at 3:45pm for 5th place in the Henryville Tournament. Abby Ralston 20 points for Southwestern.

Shawe picks up win number 2 on the season with a 38-37 victory over Clarksville as Grace McAllister sinks a free throw. Kate Grote led the scoring with 18 and Megan Hesse added 13. Lady Toppers take on Austin tomorrow at 6pm in the 3rd place game at Henryville.

 

KHSAA COMMONWEALTH GRIDIRON BOWL:

Carroll Co. falls 49-6 to defending 2A State Champion, Christian Academy of Louisville. Panthers end their first season under coach Hunter Cantwell at 4-7 

 

Saturday, November 4th:

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL: 

Southwestern takes 5th in the Henryville Tournament with a 45-21 win over Clarksville

Shawe falls to Austin 60-37 to finish 4th in the Henryville Tournament. Kate Grote 18 for the Lady Toppers.

Madison falls in the season opener to Charlestown 39-37. Freshman Jade Nutley 13 points to lead the Lady Cubs.

Switzerland Co. falls to Lawrenceburg 75-45 in Mark Boggs head coaching debut for the Lady Pacers. Aleiah Thomas 14 to lead the Lady Pacers.

 

Three Hanover women’s volleyball players recorded double-digit kills and a trio of late-set rallies helped engineer a 3-1 victory in the HCAC Tournament Semifinals, against Bluffton, Saturday afternoon.The Panthers (25-5) have now won 14 consecutive matches and avenge losses to Bluffton in each of the last two HCAC Tournament Championship matches. Hanover secured its third straight conference tournament finals appearance, at home, defeating the Beavers (18-11) in four sets, 25-19, 22-25, 25-23 and 25-20. Panthers take on Rose Hulman in the HCAC Championship at  1 p.m. the winner will receive the conference’s automatic berth into the NCAA Division III National Tournament.

In a wild ending that saw three touchdowns scored in the final two minutes, the Hanover football team fell 35-34 to visiting Manchester at Alumni Stadium Saturday afternoon.  With the loss, the Panthers’ three game-winning streak comes to an end as they fall to 4-5 overall and 4-3 in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference, while the Spartans improve to 5-4 overall and 4-3 in league play. Hanover will play its season-finale Saturday, November 11 when they host Franklin in the annual Victory Bell Game. Kick-off is set for 1:30 p.m. at Alumni Stadium in Hanover, Ind.

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