January

04: Madison's Carson Wattenbarger scores career-high 23 points in 71-57 win over Scottsburg.

07: Carroll County's Trey Boles scores career-high 33 points in 53-37 win over Evangel Christian.

10: Steve David and the U-6 Oh Boy! Oberto/Miss Madison win the 2012 H1 Unlimited National High Points Championship in Doha, Qatar.

12: Madison's Jordan Partee and Mitchell Sandlin win Hoosier Hills Conference wrestling championships at New Albany. Southwestern's Austin Spray wins his second-straight Southern Indiana Wrestling Conference championship in the 138-pound class.

19: Hanover senior Brian Gunter scores a career-high 31 points and leads Hanover to a 84-74 win over Defiance.

26: Madison's Mitchell Sandlin and Southwestern's Austin Spray claim individual wrestling sectional championships at Jennings County.

29: In a show of sportsmanship, Trimble County's boys basketball team allows injured Carroll County senior Dallas Gibson to reach 1,000 career points during the teams' final matchup of the season.

February

02: Madison's Jordan Partee and Mitchell Sandlin win individual regional wrestling championships at Jeffersonville. Southwestern's Austin Spray and Madison's Chris Tingle also advance to semistate. Shawe's Liz Grote sets 100 Butterfly and 200 IM school records and Southwestern's Gianna Bennett breaks 200 IM school record in sectional meet at Floyd Central. Hanover's Briahna Chambers (60 meter dash) and Jordan Moseby (60 meter hurdles) set indoor track school records in Anderson Indoor Invitational.

09: Madison's Jordan Partee finishes third in the 152-pound class at the Evansville semistate wrestling meet and advances to state finals. Madison girls basketball falls to Class 3A No. 7 Rushville 63-56 in the Class 3A Sectional 28 championship game.

15: Switzerland County's Austin Clark scores a career-high 33 points as the Pacers defeat Jac-Cen-Del 56-30 on senior night. Shawe senior David Grote scorers a career-high 30 points, helping the Hilltoppers defeat Rock Creek 55-48 on homecoming night.

16: Hanover's women's track and field team claims the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference indoor championships. The men's and women's teams combine to break 10 school records in the meet.

18: Switzerland County names Ryan Jesop as the first football coach in school history.

19: Madison boys basketball reaches double-digit wins for the first time since 2009 as the Cubs defeat South Ripley 61-49 in Versailles.

22: Switzerland County boys basketball defeats rival Madison 53-44, its first win over the Cubs in Madison since 1994.

23: Katie Gahimer scores a career-high 28 points and leads Hanover women's basketball to an 83-66 upset over top-seeded Transylvania in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship game. The Panthers also earn the HCAC's automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament.

March

01: Hanover women's basketball falls to third-ranked Ohio Northern 86-68 in the first round of the NCAA Division III Women's Tournament. The Panthers finish the season 21-8, a school-record fourth straight 20-win season.

02: Switzerland County boys basketball wins its first sectional title since 2006, defeating North Decatur 62-52. Madison boys basketball's upset bid of Class 3A No. 2 Greensburg end in the second half as the Cubs fall 69-52 in the Class 3A Sectional 28 championship game. Trimble County's Kelsie Courtney wins her second consecutive Mason-Dixon Indoor Track state championship in the high jump.

06: Madison sophomore Olivia Crozier is named the 2013 Madison Courier Girls Basketball Player of the Year.

09: Switzerland County boys basketball falls 60-46 to Class 2A No. 13 Perry Central in the Class 2A regional semifinals at Southridge.

11: Hanover sophomore Nick Hermes sets a school record with eight goals in a game as the Panthers rout Bethany (W.V.) 24-2 in men's lacrosse.

12: Trimble County christens its new tennis courts with a 3-2 win over Shelby County.

14: Switzerland County junior Austin Clark is the 2013 Madison Courier Boys Basketball Player of the Year.

16: Hanover men's and women's outdoor track and field sets three school records in a dual meet win over rival Franklin.

19: Sarah Hawkins's double in the bottom of the seventh completes Carroll County softball's 2-1 come-from-behind win over Walton-Verona.

23: Hanover sophomore Nick Hermes sets his second school record for assists in a lacrosse game, recording seven in a 19-8 win over Milwaukee School of Engineering.

25: Former Madison baseball standout Bryan Bullington is tabbed as Hiroshima's starting pitcher on Opening Day. Carroll County cheerleaders win the JamFest National Championship in Louisville, Ky.

26: Former Madison basketball great Larry Humes's career scoring record of 2,236 points at the University of Evansville is broken by Purple Ace senior and former Batesville standout Colt Ryan in a postseason win over Canisus.

31: Madison boys golf shoots a 309 and wins the Fuzzy Zoeller Invitational at Covered Bridge Golf Course.

April

01: Gage Hartman's two-out, bases-loaded single leads Southwestern baseball to a 7-6 upset of Eastern (Pekin).

02: Shawe's Luke Higgins tosses a one-hitter and strikes out eight as the Hilltoppers crush Crothersville 13-2 in their first baseball game of the year.

04: Bryan Bullington tosses a four-hit shutout through seven innings, picking up his first win of the season as Hiroshima defeats Tokyo Yakult. Shannon Barger gets his first win as Madison head baseball coach as the Cubs defeat Southwestern 12-5.

08: Trimble County softball wins its first game on its new field, defeating North Oldham 5-4.

09: Madison's Jordan Partee breaks a 69-year old school long jump record and Switzerland County's Clint Swanson breaks a 40-year old 100 dash school record in a five-way meet held at Madison.

12: Switzerland County baseball scores four runs in the final two innings to defeat Shawe 5-4.

13: Hanover women's track and field wins first ever Indiana D3 Championship at Franklin. Trimble County baseball falls to Owen County 6-3 in "All A" Eighth Region championship. Madison boys golf shoots a 314 and wins the Jennings County Invitational. Carroll County's Ashley Srouder breaks her own school record in the the shot put, throwing 28-8.5 in the Carroll County Invitational.

19: Madison baseball beats Carroll County 15-3 and South Central 5-2, earning a berth in the Madison Courier Invitational Tournament championship.

20: Austin scores two runs in the seventh inning, knocking off Madison 5-3 in Madison Courier Invitational Tournament championship.

22: Jordan Griffith earns medalist honors as Madison boys golf wins its third consecutive Shawe Invitational.

23: A bases-loaded walk leads Southwestern baseball to a 4-3 win over Trimble County in the bottom of the seventh.

24: Southwestern's Savannah Hubbard announces she will continue her track and field career at Hanover College.

26: Trimble County baseball's Jordan Tingle allows only two hits and strikes out 10 in a 7-1 win over Williamstown.

27: Hanover women's track and field breaks eight school records en route to its third straight Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship. Madison girls track and field wins the Big Blue Invitational at Jennings County.

30: Madison baseball's Ryan Thurston throws first career no-hitter in a 5-1 win over Scottsburg. Thurston also breaks Todd O'Neal's 24-year-old career strikeout record of 314, striking out 13 in the game.

30: Switzerland County's Clint Swanson breaks Kevin Scudder's 42-year-old 200 dash record in a time of 22.30 at a four-way meet at Jac-Cen-Del. Southwestern's Bethani Kloepfer breaks her own shot put record with a throw of 36-9 in a home three-way meet. Carroll County's Stevie Ogburn breaks the school's triple jump record by one inch in a four-way meet at Henry County.

May

01: Carroll County baseball scores four runs on four bunts in the top of the seventh, defeating Trimble County 7-3. Trimble County boys and girls tennis each claim a North Central Kentucky Conference doubles title with the teams of Reese True and Dylan Stethen and Kalee Cook and Michah Hess.

02: Madison senior Cadie Povaleri signs to play softball at Indiana University-Southeast. Southwestern's Morgan Mahoney breaks her own school record in the 400 dash in a time of 1:01.84 in the Rising Sun Invitational.

03: Shawe baseball rallies for eight runs in the top of the seventh, defeating Milan 10-8. Madison girls track and field breaks meet records in the throwers relay and pole vault en route to winning the Daniel Faulkner Relay championships in Clarksville.

06: Nine Carroll County athletes sign to play in college including: Dallas Gibson, Trey Boles, Dillon Craig, Ashley Gentry, Jessica Price, Megan Harris, Raenah Hawkins, Zachary Beckham and Jay Damron.

07: Southwestern girls tennis breaks school record for wins in a season with 16 as the Rebels defeat Shawe 4-1. Madison's Emily Holland wins the high jump at the Hoosier Hills Conference championships.

09: Southwestern and Switzerland County combine to break three school records as the Pacers sweep the Ohio River Valley Conference championships. For the boys team, it is their first title since 2001. Madison's Jordan Partee wins the long jump at the Hoosier Hills Conference boys championships.

11: Hanover College breaks ground on a $6 million outdoor athletic complex project highlighted by a new football stadium, lockerrooms, offices and press box. Trimble County track and field sends seven girls and one boy to the state finals, finishing runners up in the Fifth Region championships. Carroll County's Ashley Strouder and Tre Burgin qualify for the state finals as individuals.

14: Madison girls track and field wins the sectional and advances 11 to the regional. Southwestern also qualifies as a team, finishing third and advancing nine individuals. John Michael Adams drives in the winning run in the bottom of the eighth as Carroll County baseball beats Switzerland County 5-4.

16: Madison boys track and field finishes runner-up in the Jeffersonville Sectional. Jordan Partee breaks the school's long jump record at 23-7.5 and automatically qualifies for the state finals. Malte Frenzel, Chad Ison, David Gibson and Justin Robertson break the 3200 relay school record in 8:27.84.

18: Southwestern girls tennis wins its first-ever sectional, beating Greensburg 4-1 and reaching 21 wins on the season. Trimble County's Kelsie Courtney wins her second-straight Class A high jump state championship in Louisville. Shawe's Alex Reuss earns medalist honors at the Ohio River Valley Conference boys golf championship.

20: Switzerland County softball drills three home runs in 12-6 rout of Southwestern in the Class 2A Sectional 45 opener. Jordan Chandler's walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the seventh lifts Shawe baseball to a 6-4 win over Milan.

21: H1 Unlimited career wins leader Dave Villwock announces his retirement. Villwock collected 67 wins, 10 Gold Cups and 10 Drivers' Championships. Southwestern girls tennis falls to Seymour 3-2 at regional. Madison's Emily Holland and Southwestern's Savannah Hubbard and Morgan Mahoney adavance to the IHSAA track and field girls state championships.

22: Switzerland County softball wins its second-straight Class 2A Sectional 45 championship with a 5-3 win over Milan. Brooke Todd goes 3-for-3 and hits her first career home run while Kelsi Konkle is named Sectional MVP.

23: Madison's Jordan Partee jumps 21-11.75 to win the regional long jump title while teammate Wayne Sherbahn finishes third in the 100 dash and qualifies for the state finals.

27: Switzerland County baseball wins its first sectional title since 1980 by rallying to upset heavily-favored Austin 10-7.

28: Switzerland County softball falls 14-4 to 14th-ranked Providence in the Class 2A Regional. Shawe High School names Jason Pattison as its new boys soccer coach.

29: Switzerland County's Olivia Hewitt announces that she'll continue her track and field career at Hanover College.

31: Madison's Jordan Partee finishes 10th in the long jump at the IHSAA Boys Track and Field state championships.

June

01: Steve David dominates the field as the U-6 Oh Boy! Oberto/Miss Madison wins Big Wake Weekend on Folsom Lake in Sacramento. Madison's Emily Holland finishes eighth in the high jump at the IHSAA Girls Track and Field state championships.

03: Jordan Griffith repeats as medalist and leads Madison boys golf to a sectional title at Sunrise Golf Course. Switzerland County's Clint Swanson qualifies for the regional as an individual. Switzerland County baseball falls 12-2 in the regional semifinals to South Spencer.

06: Madison's Jordan Griffith and Carson Wattenbarger qualify for the IHSAA boys golf state finals. Griffith was the individual champion at the regional for the second consecutive year. Madison American Legion Post 9 baseball opens the season with a 23-0 romp of Batesville.

10: Shawe senior Eamon Fry commits to play men's soccer at Marian.

11: Madison 2005 graduate Patric Morrison is named the new head football coach at Madison. Jordon Griffith finishes sixth and Carson Wattenbarger 75th at the IHSAA Boys Golf state finals.

13: Hanover College tabs C.J. Durham as the first women's lacrosse coach in school history.

17: Madison's Jordan Partee finishes sixth in the long jump at the New Balance National Outdoor Track Championships at North Carolina A&T University.

19: Madison's Wayne Sherbahn breaks the 100 dash school record in a time of 11.04 after the school discovers a timing difference during the offseason.

21: Madison's Hannah Holt wins her flight at the Indiana Junior Golf State Championship in Muncie. Madison's Amanda Detmer finishes 10th at the American Junior Golf Association Tournament in Happy Valley, Pa.

July

04: The Madison Regatta Governor's Cup is reduced to a two-day event as rain and high water levels cancel Friday's race action. Switzerland County graduate Clint Swanson signs to continue his track and field career and Indiana University-East.

06: Madison Regatta and H1 Unlimited officials pull the plug on the 63rd Annual Governor's Cup due to the rain and high water levels. It is the first time ever that the races have been canceled.

08: Trever Tutterow and Collin Burgess combine to pitch a three-hitter as Madison Post 9 takes a 5-2 win over Floyds Knobs in legion baseball action.

12: Steve David and the U-6 Oh Boy! Oberto/Miss Madison record the top qualifying speed at the American Power Boat Association Gold Cup with a speed of 161.730 mph on the Detroit River.

14: Three one-lap penalties - including one in the final heat - costs Steve David and the U-6 Oh Boy! Oberto/Miss Madison a Gold Cup win as Kip Brown wins the event.

20: Despite two losses in the sectional, the Madison Post 9 Legion baseball team advances to the Junior Legion Baseball Regional.

22: Hanover women's basketball coach Molly Jones is selected to coach the NCAA Division III All-Stars in an August tour of Brazil. Hanover's Kelsey Jones and Alicia Hopkins are selected to play on the team.

26: Madison's Amanda Detmer ties for eighth in the David Toms Foundation Shreveport Invitational. Steve David tops qualifying once again, driving the the U-6 Oh Boy! Oberto/Miss Madison at the Columbia Cup. David also wins the Dash for Cash. Madison's Jordan Partee, Mitchell Sandlin and Trenton Dempler wrestle in the Disney Duals in Orlando, Fla. Partee and Sandlin are named All-Americans at the conclusion of the event.

27: Madison Post 9 Legion baseball goes 1-2 on the weekend and bows out of the Junior Legion Baseball Regional.

28: Steve David's gutsy wide swing in the U-6 Oh Boy! Oberto/Miss Madison powers him to a win at the Columbia Cup in Tri-Cities, Wash., and reclaims first place in the points standings.

31: Madison junior Annelise Hackney bats over .500 and drives in the game-winning run during the Big Orange Softball College Showcase in Knoxville, Tenn.

August

02: Steve David and the U-6 Oh Boy! Oberto/Miss Madison top qualifying at 152.229 mph at the Albert Lee Appliance Cup at Seafair in Seattle.

04: Graham Trucking driver Jimmy Shane rallies on the final day to win Seafair with Steve David finishing second.

05: Madison names Dale and Cathy Crafton as the new girls golf head coaches replacing seven-year coach Doug Rusk.

06: Madison girls golf shoots a team score of 359 to open the season with a win at the Bedford North Lawrence Invitational. Madison junior high golfer Landon Conner finishes third in a national golf tournament in Orlando, Fla. Hunter Mefford, Austin Kramer and high school golfer Carson Wattenbarger also finished in the top 10 in their respective age groups.

12: 2013 Shawe graduate Joey Mingione announces he will join his older brother, Nico, on the Hanover College men's golf team.

19: Julie Campbell-Beaty (volleyball), Robert Bergman (football), Don Katzman (football), Jeff Knecht (baseball) and Ken Trinkle (basketball) are named the 2013 inductees to the Hanover College Athletics Hall of Fame.

21: Southwestern volleyball battles back from an 0-2 deficit to defeat Clarksville, 3-2.

22: Madison boys soccer scores early and defeats rival Southwestern 3-2.

23: Patric Morrison becomes the first Madison head football coach since 1991 to win his coaching debut game. The Cubs upset Class 3A No. 6 Charlestown 24-7.

27: Trimble County's Tanner Stark qualifies for the KHSAA Boys Golf state finals at the All "A" Regional.

28: Trimble County volleyball uses a 25-23 win in game three to defeat rival Carroll County 3-2, extending its win streak inside the North Central Kentucky Conference to 28 games.

30: Madison football defeats South Dearborn 37-10 and goes 2-0 for the first time since 2005.

September 

01: Graham Trucking driver Jimmy Shane cruises to a Diamond Cup victory as Steve David an the Oh Boy! Oberto finish second. David's points lead is trimmed to 43.

02: Madison volleyball goes 3-0 in pool play and defeats Southwestern 2-0 to win the Madison Invitational. 

07: Trimble County volleyball wins its third-straight All "A" Regional title, knocking off Carroll County and Eminence. Hanover junior Brooke McKay sets an 18-hole and 36-hole school record and earns medalist honors as the Panthers' women's golf team wins the Hanover Invitational.

09: Madison girls golf sets a school record for lowest 9-hole team score, shooting a 156 to win a three-way match against No. 17 Columbus East and Greensburg.

11: Oh Boy! Oberto/Miss Madison driver Steve David announces he will retire from hydroplane racing at the conclusion of the 2013 season.

13: Steve David wins qualifying at Bayfair in San Diego with a time of 161.571 mph.

14: Amanda Detmer earns co-medalist honors as Madison girls golf three-peats as Hoosier Hills Conference champions. Southwestern boys soccer defeats Christian Academy 5-1 and Trinity Lutheran 2-1 to win the Southern Indiana Classic. Trimble County volleyball finishes 1-3 at the All "A" State Finals.

15: Steve David and the Oh Boy! Oberto/Miss Madison cross the starting line too early in his final career race as Jimmy Shane takes the win and claims the National High Points Championship for the Graham Trucking by only 68 points after trailing by 163. It was the fourth-closest points race in hydroplane racing history. 

16: Shawe boys soccer avenges an early season 6-0 loss, beats Southwestern 1-0.

18: Southwestern girls golf fires a 476, winning its second-straight Ohio River Valley Conference championship. Five girls from the Courierarea are named to the All-ORVC team.

19: Trimble County volleyball runs its North Central Kentucky Conference win streak to 31 wins, 2-0 over Walton-Verona for the NCKC championship.

20: Former Madison baseball standout Bryan Bullington wins his sixth-straight game on the mound, tossing seven innings in Hiroshima's 3-1 win over the Hanshin Tigers.

21: Amanda Detmer earns medalist honors for the third straight year as Madison girls golf wins its second consecutive IHSAA Girls Golf sectional title.

25: Trimble County's Kate Staples and Brook Huff along with Carroll County's Hannah McMahan place in the top 12 of the North Central Kentucky Conference girls golf championship, earning All-NCKC honors.

28: Madison girls golf finishes third at the IHSAA regional, advancing to the state finals as a team for the first time in more than a decade.

October

01: Miss Madison Racing appeals an encroachment call against Steve David at the Gold Cup in Detroit to the American Power Boat Association. Trimble County girls cross country wins the North Central Kentucky Conference title. Trimble's Kylie Wilberding was the individual winner.

04: Madison holds Class 4A No. 1 Columbus East to its lowest regular season point total in a 41-7 loss. The Cubs' 7-0 lead over the Olympians in the first quarter was their first lead against Columbus East since 1999.

05: Madison girls golf finishes 12th at the IHSAA state finals. Amanda Detmer finishes eighth overall with each Cub placing in the top 100. Bryan Bullington is named Nippon Professional Baseball's Central League Most Valuable Pitcher for the month of September after going 4-0 in 27 innings while posting a 1.00 ERA. Bullington also sets the Hiroshima record for most career wins by a foreign pitcher with 30 and is honored with a plaque at Mazda Stadium. Madison boys tennis falls in the sectional championship match 5-0 to eventual state finalist Greensburg. 

07: Southwestern girls cross country wins the Ohio River Valley Conference championship for the third straight year. Swtizerland County's Whitley Schirmer and Talen Taylor are ORVC individual champions.

09: Trimble County volleyball completes its third consecutive undefeated season in North Central Kentucky Conference play with a 2-0 win over Henry County. The Raiders have won 36-straight in conference play and 44-straight against conference opponents.

11: Madison football defeats Bedford North Lawrence 42-3. It's the first time since 1998 the Cubs have defeated Bedford and their highest offensive output in more than 20 years. It was also Madison's first time in 15 years to reach 40 points and the fewest points allowed in five years.

12: Southwestern soccer defeats Rising Sun in the Class 1A Sectional championship game for the first sectional title in the program's history.

14: Madison's Jordan Griffith ties for sixth at the Hoosier Junior Boys Golf Championship.

15: Madison boys cross country wins its first sectional title since 1987. Switzerland County boys and girls teams along with Southwestern's girls team and Shawe's Hannah Storm qualify for regionals. Madison volleyball breaks the school record for wins in a season with 25 in a 3-1 win over Lawrenceburg. 

17: Southwestern boys soccer loses its Class 1A Regional semifinal matchup 2-1 to Trinity Lutheran.

18: Madison football scores the second most points in school history, defeating Seymour 55-38 for the first time since 1982. Jordan Partee collects 252 yards of total offense and ties the school record for touchdowns in a game with five.

19: Hanover football shuts out Bluffton 41-0 for the first time since 1980. Hanover women's tennis wins its first ever Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament title 5-1 over Rose-Hulman. Courierarea cross country runners Ashlee Allen, David Gibson, Quenton White, Savannah Reuda, Whitley Schirmer, Talen Taylor, and Braden Burk qualify for the IHSAA Semistate.

21: Madison volleyball wins its first sectional match since 2010, defeating North Harrison 3-0 in opening round. Carroll County volleyball falls 3-0 in the 31st District championship game to Eminence.

25: Switzerland County's Austin Clark signs to play basketball at Huntington University. Carroll County football beats Trimble County 42-0. Carroll's Blake Newby runs for 139 yards and two touchdowns on just nine carries.

26: Madison volleyball falls to state powerhouse Brownstown Central 3-1 in the Class 3A Sectional championship game. Southwestern volleyball falls 3-1 in the Class 2A Sectional championship game to North Decatur. Hanover quarterback Dexter Britt tosses a 36-yard touchdown pass to Spencer Corrao in the final seconds to lift the Panthers to a 25-21 win at Defiance.

28: Carroll County volleyball is eliminated in the Eighth Region tournament, 3-0 by Simon Kenton. The American Power Boat Association denies Miss Madison's Gold Cup appeal.

November

02: Hanover women's cross country wins the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship for the first time since 2001 and the men finish fourth. Both teams qualify for the NCAA Great Lakes Regional. Hanover women's soccer clinches the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season title with a 6-0 win over Defiance. Hanover football's Jake Stilwell sets a school record for sacks in a season with 15 as the Panthers beat Earlham 28-14. Trimble County boys cross country wins the Class A Regional and the girls finish second as both qualify for the KHSAA Class A State Finals. Carroll County's Haley Dermon and Sierra Martinez both qualify for the state meet as individuals. Switzerland County's Whitley Schrimer finishes 100th at the IHSAA Girls Cross Country State Finals and places 17th in the race among 40 freshmen.

08: Carroll County football wins its first Class 2A playoff opener since 2003, riding its defense to a 29-21 upset of Newport.

09: Hanover women's soccer wins the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament championship 2-1 over Transylvania. Anna Cornacchione's two goals in the game give her HCAC MVP honors. Hanover quarterback Dexter Britt scampers for a 28-yard touchdown run in the final seconds as the Panthers defeat Manchester 24-21 for a fifth-straight win. Hanover volleyball's miracle run in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament comes to an end in the championship match, falling 3-1 to Bluffton.

12: Southwestern girls basketball edges Switzerland County 52-45 in the season opener. Debbie Hardy leads the Rebels with a double-double of 22 points and 10 rebounds. Shawe girls basketball opens the season with a 40-31 loss to Christian Academy. Claire Higgins posts 11 points and 16 rebounds for the Hilltoppers.

15: Whitney Wynn scores a career-high 23 points as Madison girls basketball rolls over Switzerland County 74-37. Carroll County football loses to Gallatin County 49-26 in the second round of the KHSAA Class 2A Football State Tournament.

16: After defeating Salem 2-1 in the first round, Hanover women's soccer falls to Thomas More 1-0 in the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.

22: Sophomore Garrett Grimes becomes Shawe's first wrestler in school history, going 1-2 in his season opener. Madison's Emily Holland is named Class 3A second team all-state and also named to the Junior Volleyball All-Star south team.

27: Madison girls and boys basketball teams sweep the Turkey Shootout at Southwestern. The girls defeat the Rebels 71-41 while the boys beat Southwestern 83-34. Switzerland County boys basketball survives its season opener, squeaking by Oldenburg Academy 57-56.

December

02: Former Madison standout Jack Waters and former Madison assistant coach and current resident Tom Chilton are named 2013 Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame inductees.

03: Madison girls basketball rallies to win its Hoosier Hills Conference opener 62-57 over Floyd Central. Olivia Crozier posts a near triple-double, totaling 17 points, 13 rebounds and nine assists.

05: Carroll County boys basketball drills 12 3-pointers en route to a 70-59 win over Trimble County.

09: Trimble County freshmen Kaylee Clifford and Shelbie Black combine for 41 points in a 70-63 win over Gallatin County.

11: Deron Hammond, Richard Bach, Jordan Partee, Mitchell Sandlin and Carson Cheatham are named to the All-Hoosier Hills Conference football team. Partee and Sandlin are also named Class 4A All-State honorable mention.

14: Madison's boys basketball team falls 92-85 in a shootout at Jeffersonville. Landon Perry scores 30 points and Carson Wattenbarger has 20 rebounds in the loss.

21: Madison, ranked sixth in the girls 3A poll, falls to Class 4A No. 1 Bedford North Lawrence 72-28. The Lady Cubs' standout junior center Olivia Crozier does not play due to a sprained ankle. Madison wrestler Jordan Partee wins the Jeff Classic for the second-straight year. Madison wins a boys basketball game in Austin for the first time since 1937. The two schools had not played in the regular season since the 1930s before last year.

23: Madison girls basketball standout Olivia Crozier verbally commits to play at Southeast Missouri State University beginning in 2015-16.

26: Madison track and field standouts Jordan Partee and David Gibson sign letters of intent to compete for Indiana Tech next year.