Madison’s swim teams won 17 of the 24 events to sweep cross-county rival Southwestern in Hanover on Tuesday.
A scheduling mix-up resulted in half of Madison’s wrestling team getting left behind, but the remaining Cubs still had more than enough to pull out a 70-0 sweep at Batesville on Tuesday to remain unbeaten on the season.
Switzerland County girls basketball rolled to its fifth-straight win in a 55-30 road rout over Milan Tuesday in their Ohio River Valley Conference opener.
The season opener for Madison’s boys basketball program has been pushed back once again, this time to Tuesday, Dec. 15 due to complications with COVID-19.
VERONA — Walton-Verona bottled up Carroll County’s rushing attack and did all of its damage through the air to walk away with a 34-0 win in the Class 2A District 5 Championship game Friday in Verona.
BLOOMINGTON — Indiana coach Tom Allen watched his defense force three more turnovers, record three more sacks and produce another game-changing play. It’s becoming part of the weekly routine.
Clay Carter scored a career-high 30 points and Chase Hoskins chipped in 13 as Christian Academy held off upset-minded Assumption (Ky.) Academy 53-42 in boys basketball at home on Tuesday.
Madison boys basketball’s season debut will now be no earlier than Friday, Dec. 11 after two more postponements related to COVID-19 were announced in recent days.
MELBOURNE, Fla. — Aamir Simms scored 24 points, Nick Honor added 17 points and a career-high four steals and Clemson beat Purdue 81-70 on Thursday night to win the four-team Space Coast Challenge.
BLOOMINGTON — Mackenzie Holmes scored a career-high 26 points on perfect shooting from the floor, Grace Berger posted the first triple-double in program history and No. 16 Indiana defeated Eastern Kentucky 100-51 in a season opener Wednesday living up to preseason hype.
BLOOMINGTON — Trayce Jackson-Davis scored 26 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and Indiana scored 20 consecutive first-half points to pull away for good in the Hoosiers’ 89-59 win over Tennessee Tech on Wednesday in the season opener for both teams.
The last time Carroll County and Walton-Verona met on the gridrion on Oct. 2, it was a slugfest that saw the two district foes battle for four quarters before the visiting Bearcats finally escaped Carrollton with a 14-6 win.
As more than 300 teams prepare to start a season that will look nothing like any before it, the conversation isn’t so much about who will be cutting down the nets at the end of March Madness as much as whether anyone will cut down the nets at all.