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HS Girls Golf: Trimble Co.(KY) vs. Henry Co.(KY) - 4:00pm
HS Girls Golf: Carroll County (KY) vs. Walton=Verona (KY) - 4:30pm
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HS Girls Soccer: South Ripley vs. Lawrenceburg - 5:00pm
HS Volleyball: Scottsburg vs. Silver Creek - 5:30pm
HS Girls Soccer: Jennings County vs. Jeffersonville - 5:30pm
HS Boys Soccer: Austin vs. Trinity Lutheran - 5:30pm
HS Volleyball: Switzerland County at South Ripley - 6:00pm
HS Volleyball: Shawe vs. JCD - 6:00pm
HS Boys Golf: Carroll County (KY) vs. Walton-Verona (KY) - 6:00pm
HS Volleyball: Southwestern vs. Salem - 6:00pm

U-7 added to H1 lineup in Detroit, sets field of eight this weekend
By: Rob Connett, 8/21/17

Detroit Unlimited Racing owner Dave Bartush announced over the weekend that he has acquired the former Budweiser T-5 hull from Precision Performance Engineering owner Ted Porter, along with the necessary support equipment. The boat hull raced last year as the U-7.
The Detroit based team also announced that Bert Henderson, a Canadian Grand Prix Champion and popular boat builder, will be the driver.
Bill and Dean Boike along with a number of U-13 crew members have been working on the U-7 hull for the past 5 weeks. Current plans are to run only the President’s Cup and Gold Cup this year in Detroit and the entire circuit in 2018.

Listed below is the updated list of teams planning on running this weekend in Detroit:
U-1 Miss HomeStreet Bank, Jimmy Shane
U-3 Griggs presents Miss Ace Hardware, Jimmy King
U-7 Spirit of Detroit, Bert Henderson
U-9 Real Trac/ Delta Gear, Andrew Tate
U-11 Miss J&D's, Tom Thompson
U-12 Graham Trucking, J. Michael Kelly
U-99.9 CarStar/ Miss Rock, Kevin Eacret
U-440 Bucket List Racing, Dustin Echols

WORX's Tim Torrance and Travis Calvert will be traveling up to Detroit to bring full, live coverage of the races.
The qualifying report will air on Friday at 6:30pm, before pregame coverage of Madison High School football.
Saturday's coverage of the President's Cup will begin at 12:15pm, with Heats 1A & 1B starting at 12:25pm. Heats 2A & 2B will begin at 2:15pm, with the Final scheduled to go at 5:00pm.
Sunday's coverage of the APBA Gold Cup will begin with Heats 1A & 1B at 11:00am. Heats 2A & 2B is scheduled to start at 12:40pm, with Heats 3A & 3B starting at 2:15pm. The Final will begin at 4:35pm.

Parks Department holding softball league meeting on Tuesday
By: Rob Connett, 8/21/17

The Madison Parks Department will hold organizational meetings on Tuesday, August 22, at the Boneyard Grill for the men's and women's fall softball leagues. The men's softball meeting will be at 6:00pm, followed by the women's meeting at 7:30pm. Anyone interested in entering a team in one of the leagues should have a representative at the meetings. League rules, fees, and start dates will be discussed. For more information, contact Scott at 812-265-8308.

Southwestern hires Brierly as new basketball coach
By: Rob Connett, 8/17/17

Southwestern has hired Devin Brierly as the new head coach of the Lady Rebels basketball team.

Brierly will be replacing Marcus Sullivan, who resigned from the position on August 8. Athletic Director Tom Scroggins offered the job to Brierly just a few days after that.

"It was definitely a whirlwind of a week," Brierly said in an interview with WORX's Rob Connett. "At the end of the day, I felt like this was the right decision for me."

Brierly is a former Lady Rebel herself, playing for Southwestern from 2005-2008. She then played Division I basketball at Butler University for four years. She returned to Hanover in 2014 to be the JV coach at Southwestern, before becoming an assistant coach at Hanover College.

"I could not be more grateful and thankful for Coach Jones and Coach Hitchcock at Hanover," Brierly said. "They have been wonderful role models for me as coaches, and as people. Just the way they approach basketball, and approach life in general. It's so much more than basketball, especially when you're working with high school girls."

In the last two years, under Sullivan, Southwestern had a combined record of 8-41, and have not had a winning record since 2012. Brierly understands it will take time to turn the program around.

"You're aware of the statement 'It's not a sprint, it's a marathon.' That's how I'm approaching it. It's gonna take some time and a lot of work, but it's just getting back to the basics...focusing on the fundamentals."

The Southwestern Lady Rebels start the 2017-18 season in the Henryville Tournament on October 31-November 4.

Associated Press releases Top 25 Preseason Football Poll
By: Rob Connett, 8/21/17

The Alabama Crimson Tide will start the 2017 college football season once again as the top team in the nation, receiving 52 first-place votes. Alabama lost the National Championship last season to Clemson.
Ohio State comes in at No. 2 in the preseason poll, after finishing 11-2 a year ago. Florida State, USC, and Clemson round out the top five, with Penn State, Oklahoma, Washington, Wisconsin, and Oklahoma State completing the rest of the top ten.
Louisville comes in at No. 16. The Cardinals finished 9-4 last season.
Notre Dame is just outside the Top 25, coming in at No. 27 with 65 total votes. The Kentucky Wildcats received three votes.