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Tonight's Area Events
HS Girls Basketball: Madison vs. Jennings County (JV/V) - 6:00pm
HS Girls Basketball: Austin at Clarksville (JV/V) - 6:00pm
HS Girls Basketball: Scottsburg at Mitchell (JV/V) - 6:00pm

HS Swimming: Madison vs. New Albany - 6:00pm

HS Wrestling: Switzerland County vs. Scottsburg - 6:00pm


This week's area boys basketball rankings
AP Media Poll released December 12

Class 4A
4. New Albany (-3 spots)
6. Floyd Central (+7 spots)
14. Jeffersonville (+4 spots)

Class 3A
4. Brownstown Central (+2 spots)
5. Silver Creek (+3 spots)
7. Greensburg (+3 spots)
17. Salem (+3 spots)

Class 2A
11. Southwestern (Hanover) (+5 spots)
14. Milan (+6 spots)
19. Clarksville (+2 spots)

Class 1A
11. Lanesville (+6 spots)
12. Hauser (-3 spots)
16. Christian Academy of Indiana (+3 spots)
17. Edinburgh (+1 spot)

Lawson officially resigns from coaching job at Madison
By: Rob Connett, 12/14/17
On Wednesday night, the Madison school board officially voted to accept the resignation of Madison Lady Cub volleyball head coach Jeff Lawson. Lawson turned in his resignation back in November.
After a decade at the helm of the volleyball program, Lawson and the Lady Cubs finally got over the hump this past fall, winning a Sectional championship. It was the first sectional crown for the program since 1998.
In the 2017 season -- led by five seniors -- Madison went 25-11, falling to Silver Creek in the regional semi-finals, 3-1.

Madison basketball asking for canned food donations
By: Rob Connett
The Madison Cubs basketball teams are asking for canned food donation this week, to help local families this holiday season.
For Thursday's girls basketball game, and Friday's boys game, fans can bring a canned good or dry food item in exchange for a coupon for a free item at the concession stand.
The Lady Cubs host Jennings County on Thursday, beginning with the JV at 6:00pm. The boys basketball team takes on Bedford North Lawrence on Friday evening.

Hanover men's basketball falls in national Top 25 poll
By: Hanover College Athletics, 12/11/17
The Hanover men's basketball team earned its eighth consecutive top 25 ranking in the D3hoops.com national poll Monday evening, coming in at No. 16.

The Panthers are earning their 72nd national ranking from D3hoops since the poll's inception during the 1999-00 season, and have now been a top 25 member since the Week 11 edition of the 2016-17 campaign. The Blue and Red, who have been as high as No. 4 this season, appeared in the rankings each of the poll's first seven years before returning in 2010-11 and each of the last two seasons.

Hanover is 6-2 on the year and is 2-1 in HCAC play. The Panthers dropped their first conference contest of the 2017-18 campaign at Transylvania last Wednesday, but rebounded with a 59-54 victory over Bluffton this past Saturday.

Two of Hanover's non-conference opponents this year are also in the rankings, with Ohio Wesleyan and Marietta (Ohio) coming in at Nos. 17 and 20 respectively. The Panthers defeated OWU at home back on Nov. 29, by a final score of 84-83, and will face Marietta during the Wittenberg (Ohio) Kiwanis Holiday Classic Dec. 29. The Blue and Red have won two straight games against nationally ranked teams in the D3hoops poll.

Hanover will continue HCAC play this weekend with a trip to Defiance. The Panthers and Yellow Jackets are slated for a 3 p.m. tip Saturday, Dec. 16.

City of Indianapolis, Pacers to host 2021 NBA All-Star Game
By: Rob Connett, 12/13/17
The city of Indianapolis and the Indiana Pacers have announced they will be the host of the 2021 NBA All-Star Game.
The game will be held at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis, which has not hosted the event since 1985, when it was played at the Hoosier Dome.
The 2018 All-Star Game will be in Los Angeles, with the annual exhibition being held in Charlotte in 2019 and Chicago in 2020.
This just adds to the list of "big events" in "Naptown" in the near future. Indianapolis will also host the 2020 Big Ten basketball tournament, the 2020 NCAA men's basketball tournament regional, the 2021 NCAA Final Four, and the 2022 College Football Championship, along with continuing to host the Big Ten football championship game over the next four years.

Bengals co-founder Pete Brown dies at age 74
By: Associated Press, 12/13/17

Pete Brown, who helped form the Bengals franchise and served in the team's personnel department, has died at the age of 74.
The team announced his death on Wednesday without further details. His funeral will be private.
Pete Brown was the son of Paul Brown and the younger brother of Mike Brown. He was part of the team's player personnel department since its founding in the 1960s. He also developed a strength-training business called Hammer Strength.
Unlike his famous father and his outspoken brother, Pete Brown stayed behind the scenes and declined interviews. Mike Brown, now 82, took over running the franchise when Paul Brown died in 1991.