Trimble county held its awards banquet recently for boys and girls basketball and cheerleading. Basketball award winner were (above, from left): Front row — Mila Consley, Josh Rexroat, Ryan Blanton, Andrew Young, Evan Long, Michael Dunaway and Dalton James; back row — Tailor Brewer, Ashley Brierly, Cheyenne Riddle, Katie Gonterman, Shelbe Black, Kaylee Clifford, Jessie Dunlap, Paige Black and Erin Gonterman. Award winner for cheerleading were (below, from left): Kelsey Mullikin, Kiersten Ginn, Brooklyn Duke, Alex Cissell and Olivia Rexroat. (Submitted photos)
Trimble county held its awards banquet recently for boys and girls basketball and cheerleading. Basketball award winner were (above, from left): Front row — Mila Consley, Josh Rexroat, Ryan Blanton, Andrew Young, Evan Long, Michael Dunaway and Dalton James; back row — Tailor Brewer, Ashley Brierly, Cheyenne Riddle, Katie Gonterman, Shelbe Black, Kaylee Clifford, Jessie Dunlap, Paige Black and Erin Gonterman. Award winner for cheerleading were (below, from left): Kelsey Mullikin, Kiersten Ginn, Brooklyn Duke, Alex Cissell and Olivia Rexroat. (Submitted photos)
- Trimble County held its awards banquet for boys and girls basketball and cheerleading recently. Those honored included:

Boys basketball - Michael Dunaway, co-MVP, team captain, most points, most rebounds, most assists, best free throw percentage and Raider Pride award; Andrew Young, co-MVP, team captain and Raider Pride award; Evan Long, team captain, most 3-pointers made, best 3-point percentage and most steals; Josh Rexroat, highest field goal percentage, most blocks, Raider Pride award; Dalton James and Ryan Blanton, co-most improved.

Dunaway and Young were named all North Central Kentucky Conference; James and Dunaway were named all 29th District Tourney; Long and Dunaway were named all Class "A" Tourney and Dunaway was named Madison Courier All Area first team.

Girls Basketball - Paige Black, co-best field goal percentage, most points scores and most assists; Erin Gonterman, co-best field goal percentage, co-best 3-point field goal percentage and most improved; Ashley Brierly, best free throw percentage, co-team player award and 100 percent award; Shelbe Black, most rebounds and co-team player award; Jesse Dunlap, best defense; Mila Consley, Lady Raider award and academic award; and Kaylee Clifford, co-best 3-point field goal percentage.

Paige Black, Dunlap and Clifford were named all NCKC; Shelbe Black and Paige Black were named all 29th District Tourney; Paige Black, Shelbe Black, Dunlap and Clifford were named all Class "A" Regional Tourney; Paige Black was recognized for being a 1,000-point career scorer, all 8th Region and Madison Courier girls offensive player of the year; Clifford was recognized as Madison Courier girls freshman of the year; and coach Kerrie Stewart was recognized as 8th Region coach of the year.

Cheerleading - Kelsie Mullikin received the academic award and Mullikin, Brooklyn Duke, Alex Lawhorn, Kiersten Ginn, Olivia Rexroat and Alex Cissel all received the Senior Raider award.



- The Deputy Elementary School archery team will be competing in the National Archery In Schools Program National Archery Tournament in Louisville on Saturday.

The team won its division of the Indiana State Archery championships in March and Deputy is looking to qualify for the World Tournament this July in Madison, Wisc. Nearly 11,000 shooters from across the country will compete at Nationals from elementary, junior high and high school programs.

The Deadeyes have targeted a goal to score of 3049 or better at Nationals, which would qualify the team for Worlds. Deputy shot a 3051 to win state and the team's best score of the season is a 3091 but several elementary teams are expected to shoot in the 3200s at the three-day national meet.

Deputy Elementary will hold a "send-off" for the team on Friday at the school and the community can gather at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday to be on hand at the school parking lot when the team boards its buses for the trip to Louisville.

Deputy will host a celebration banquet on Monday, May 12.



- Hanover men's tennis had three players receive postseason honors from the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.

Sophomore Reid Clark was named to the All-HCAC team and senior Jordan Myers was All-HCAC honorable mention. Clark's brother Brian, a senior, was named to the HCAC's all-sportsmanship team.



- The Southwestern softball program will be holding a carwash at Craig's Toyota from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The team will be provide washes and snacks with all proceeds to benefit the softball team.



- Shawe's junior high girls tennis team lost 3-2 at Austin on Monday.

Match results were: Singles - No. 1 Megan Hesse (SM) d. Morgan Gabbard (A) 8-3; No. 2 Kenzie Carter (A) d. Katrina Gobert (SM) 8-0; No. 3 Kate Grote (SM) d. Jalen Coomer (A) 8-3; Doubles - No. 1 Jaeleigh Campbell and Amber Marshall (A) d. Bailey Brandon and Cayden Hambrick (SM) 8-6; No. 2 Clarice Goodin and Kenzie White (A) d. Lilly Boone and Lydia Goebel (SM) 8-6.

Shawe is now 3-2 on the season.



- Southwestern's jayvee girls tennis team won 3-1 at New Washington on Tuesday.

Match results were: Singles - No. 1 Elizabeth Scainni (SW) d. Amy Hurt (NW) 6-0; No. 2 Carol Osborn (SW) d. Amy Hued (NW) 6-2; No. 3 Kelsey Jones (SW) d. Kelsey Bottorft (NW) 8-0; Doubles - No. 1 Marie McCarthy and Natalie Harrod (NW) d. Natalia Martinez and Blanca Darentez (SW) 8-3.



- Hanover track and field will be holding a multi-event clinic for boys and girls in grades four through eight on Wednesday, May 14.

The clinic will be held at L.S. Ayres Stadium on campus and last from 6:15 p.m. to 7:45. Registration begins at 5:45.

Cost of the clinic is $15 and includes a T-shirt. To RSVP, contact Hanover track and field coach Brian Power at powerb@hanover.edu or (812) 866-6817.



- The Madison Parks Department is looking to add more teams for the 2014 Madison Men's Summer Softball league at John Paul Park.

Teams will hit their own softballs (core 44/400 or less) with four progressive home runs. All bats will be allowed except those banned by the NSA and Senior League bats.

Teams will play every team twice and finish the season with a double elimination tournament.

For more information contact Scott Davidson at (812) 265-8308, (812) 493-9840 or (812) 292-4282.



- The Madison Parks Department has announced sign-ups for various leagues.

Upper League baseball and softball sign-ups continue through May 16 for boys and girls ages 13 to 15.

Sign-up fee is $50. Applications are available at the Parks Department Office, Brown Gym, Champs Sports or online at madisonparks.com. For questions call (812) 265-8308 or (812) 493-9840.

A new program, Little League Golf will be offered for boys and girls ages 7 to 14.

Program fee is $50 but is reduced to $25 for participants with a junior golf pass. Applications are due May 30 and can be picked up at the Parks Department office, Sunrise Golf Course, Dr.Spaulding's Dentist Office, Champs Sports or online at madisonparks.com.

For more info or to inquire about coaching a team, call Sunrise Golf Course Pro Jeff Bridgford at (812) 265-8334 or the Parks Department Office at (812) 265-8308.



- The River Roots Festival will hold its Kill The Hill Run/Walk on Saturday, May 17 at the Heritage Trail in Madison.

Registration prior to May 9 costs $10 while same-day registration will take place from 7 a.m.to 7:45 and will cost $15. The race begins at 8 a.m.

All participants registered by May 9 will receive a T-shirt.



- The Southwestern Athletic Department in conjuction with AWA Supreme Wrestling in Madison will host a night of pro wrestling on Friday, May 23 at the high school.

Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the event will begin at 7:30. Tickets are $7 and concessions will be available.

WWE, NWA and WCW legend Ricky Morton will be wrestling on the card along with Southwestern athletic director Tom Scroggins who will be teaming with a mystery parter to take on AWA Supreme Tag Team champions Morty's Millionares.

The event will take place in the high school gym.



- The Hanover College will be hosting basketball camps for boys on its campus for the 48th-straight year.

There will be two sessions of the traditional Fundamental Skills Camp (June 8-11 and July 6-9) in which all players work on the main fundamental areas of the game. In addition, a slightly more advanced Post/Perimeter Skills Camp will be held from June 25-27.

Indiana All-star coach Dave Benter of Brownstown Central High School will be directing the Post player section and two-time state champion coach Stacy Meyer of Greensburg High School will be directing the Perimeter player section of the June 25-27 camp.

Information on all camps can be found at www.hanover.edu/athletics/summercamps or by contacting Hanover College head coach Jon Miller at (812) 866-7387 or email at millerjo@hanover.edu.