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Tonight's Area Events
HS Girls Golf:
Carroll Co. (KY) vs. Trimble Co. (KY) - 4:30pm

HS Boys Tennis:
Austin at South Central - 5:00pm

HS Cross Country:
Great Pumpkin Invitational at South Ripley - 5:00pm

HS Volleyball: Madison vs. Jeffersonville - 6:00pm
HS Volleyball: Southwestern vs. Jennings County - 6:00pm
HS Volleyball:
Switzerland County vs. Rising Sun - 6:00pm
HS Volleyball: Carroll Co. (KY) vs. Gallatin Co. (KY) - 6:00pm
HS Volleyball: Austin vs. Brownstown - 6:00pm
HS Volleyball: Scottsburg at Charlestown - 6:30pm

HS Boys Soccer: JCD at South Dearborn - 5:00pm
HS Boys Soccer: Madison at Columbus East - 5:30pm
HS Boys Soccer:
Shawe vs. Seymour - 5:30pm

HS Boys Soccer:
Southwestern at Scottsburg - 5:30pm
HS Girls Soccer: South Ripley vs. Scottsburg - 5:30pm
HS Boys Soccer: Austin vs. Corydon Central - 6:00pm
HS Girls Soccer: Carroll Co. (KY) vs. Owen Co. (KY) - 6:00pm
HS Boys Soccer: Carroll Co. (KY) vs. Owen Co. (KY) - 8:00pm



Shawe in need of assistant basketball coach
By: Rob Connett, 9/18/17
Earlier this year, Shawe Memorial hired Zack Goodwin as the new head coach of the Lady Hilltoppers. Goodwin, however, is still looking for a varsity assistant coach and JV head coach. The girls basketball season begins with practices next month. Games begin in early November. Coaches with experience that are interested in the position should contact Goodwin by email at zgoodwin3397@gmail.com.

'Madison Vintage Thunder' set for this weekend
By: Rob Connett
A group of vintage hydroplane owners named "5 To The 5" will host their second annual "Madison Vintage Thunder" event this weekend on Madison's Riverfront.
40-50 hydroplanes will provide spectators with hours of hydroplane action on the Ohio River, along with some on display along Vaughn Drive for fans to see up close. Additionally, there will be a vintage car show, live music, and food vendors.
"5 To The 5" will also be honoring the late Graham Heath and "Wild" Bill Cantrell. Heath was the former owner of the "Miss Kentuckiana Paving" hydroplane. Cantrell was a former Gold Cup winner and an Indianapolis 500 driver. His IndyCar will be on display.
Ken Warby, the "Fastest Man on Water," will also be honored this weekend at the event. Warby set the World Record for fastest speed on water, traveling at 317mph in 1978. Mayor Damon Welch will be giving the "Key to the City" to Warby after he participates in the races, as he plans to retire from racing after this week.
Admission on both Saturday, September 23, and Sunday, September 24, will be free to the public, with donations accepted.
For more information, call 812-571-0330.

Hanover football, Samaritan's Feet team up to raise awareness for childhood poverty
By: Hanover College Athletics, 9/21/17
The Hanover football team will host the fifth annual Samaritan’s Feet Game this Saturday, Sept. 23, when the team hosts Anderson for 1:30 p.m. kickoff at Alumni Stadium.

For the past four years, the Panthers have hosted a Samaritan’s Feet awareness-event during a home football game. The Hanover men’s basketball team also hosted a Samaritan’s Feet game this past season.

Samaritan’s Feet is a non-profit organization, founded by Manny Ohonme and his wife Tracie in 2003. The goal of the organization is to provide hope to impoverished children through the gift of shoes, washing their feet and giving them positive encouragement.

Hanover, Samaritan’s Feet and the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference will join forces again this Saturday to help collect donations and bring awareness to the fact that there is an estimated 2.2 billion people in poverty and more than 1.5 billion people who suffer from foot borne diseases.

The Hanover football team will be selling wristbands and bracelets throughout the week in the James Graham Brown Campus Center. The team is asking for five and 10-dollar donations based on what you would like to purchase.

“Our goal is to reach 1,000 dollars in donations here at Hanover,” stated head coach Matt Theobald. “Every donation helps put a new pair of socks and shoes on a child in need both locally and globally.”

Donations made to Samaritan’s Feet will help children around the globe, as well as those effected by the recent natural disasters here in the United States.

Coach Theobald will do his part in raising awareness and drawing attention to the cause, as he will be coaching barefoot during the game Saturday. Players will also wear orange wristbands during the game.

All members of the HCAC will participate in joint-effort with Samaritan’s Feet this weekend, with home teams hosting an awareness event. Those who are not on campus will still be able to make donations at Alumni Stadium this Saturday.

Since its founding in 2003, Samaritan’s Feet and its team of ambassadors and partners have blessed more than six million children in more than 80 nations, as well as 325 U.S. cities. The organization also has partnerships with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and Student-Athlete Advisory Committees.


Hanover volleyball travel to Baldwin Wallace for HCAC/OAC crossover
By: Hanover College Athletics, 9/21/17

The Hanover volleyball team wraps up the non-conference tournament portion of its schedule with the four-match HCAC-OAC Crossover at Baldwin Wallace (Ohio) this weekend.

Despite coming off a 2-3 week, the Panthers bring a 10-3 overall mark into the conference crossover event Friday and Saturday, Sept. 22 and 23. Hanover opens HCAC-OAC Crossover play with 4 and 8 p.m. matches against Capital (Ohio) and No. 22 Ohio Northern Friday, before wrapping up with contests against Baldwin Wallace (Ohio) and John Carroll (Ohio) Saturday.

Senior Kelsey Brandvik (Indianapolis, Ind.) is coming off a strong showing at the DePauw Invitational this past weekend, where she was named to the All-Tournament team. Brandvik logged 39 kills and a .315 hitting percentage in the four-match tournament, while logging double-digit kills in three times.

Ranking among the career active leaders in three NCAA Division III statistical categories is senior Courtney Crawford (Louisville, Ky.). Crawford’s career hitting percentage of .347 is second best in the nation, while her blocks per set, 0.96, and total block count, 384, are also second most among active Division III participants.

Defensively, the Panthers logged 41 team blocks in five matches last week, moving them into sixth in the country this season with 96.5 total rejections. Crawford and junior Claire Dennis (Bloomington, Ind.) both rank among the top three in the HCAC this season in blocks per set. Dennis is second in the conference at 1.17 per set, and is coming off a 15-block week in four matches, including 11 rejections against Thomas More (Ky.) last Wednesday.

Senior Monique Huynh (Indianapolis, Ind.) has the second most digs in the HCAC through 13 games with 235. Huynh’s dig total is also good enough for a top 30 spot in Division III.

Hanover has had mixed success over the last three HCAC-OAC Crossovers, posting a 5-7 mark since 2014. The Panthers hosted the eight-team event last season, going 2-2, with victories over Capital and Muskingum.

The Blue and Red’s opponents this weekend have a combined 32-18 record this year, a .640 winning percentage. Highlighting this weekend’s matches are contests against 13-0 Baldwin Wallace and 9-3 Ohio Northern.

Hanover soccer claims another weekly conference award
By: Hanover College Athletics, 9/19/17

For the second straight week, a Hanover men’s soccer player was recognized by the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference as freshman goalkeeper Will Bedel (Walton, Ky.) was named the league’s Defensive Player of the Week for matches played September 11-17.

Bedel posted 135:00 of scoreless action in a pair of Panther wins at the Wilmington Kiwanis Classic in Wilmington, Ohio over the weekend.

The first-year keeper played 45 shutout minutes in a 7-0 win against Cincinnati-Clermont (Ohio) Friday, and then returned Saturday to record his first career-shutout victory in a 1-0 win over Wittenberg (Ohio).

The shutouts were the first of the season for Hanover, which improved to 5-2-0 overall. Bedel, now 4-1 on the year, has allowed only 0.80 goals per game and has made 19 saves in 23 chances.

Bedel’s honor comes one week after junior Tanner Korfhagen (Cincinnati, Ohio) was named the conference’s top offensive player. He’s also the first freshman to be recognized since sophomore Chris Brashear (Hebron, Ky.) was named player of the week last fall.

The Panthers will look for their fourth straight win Sunday, Sept. 24 when they travel to Louisville, Ky. to play Spalding (Ky.) Start time is set for 4 p.m. at Champions Trace.