Southwestern’s girls junior high tennis closed out its season with a 5-0 win over Henryville.

The Rebels wins were by Syrenia Hardy 8-0 at No. 1 singles; Ashley Fulton 8-1 at No. 2 singles; Autumn Gross 8-0 at No. 3 singles; Natalie Larue and Parker Mefford 8-0 at No. 1 doubles and Kaylee DeWeese and Jaden Davidson 8-3 at No. 2 doubles.

Southwestern finished the season with a 6-3 record.



Shawe girls junior high tennis beat Christian Academy of New Albany 5-0 on Friday night.

Lauren Grote, Calli Alderman and Autumn Lathrem won singles matches for Shawe while Carson Cooke and Abbie Stewart and Sophia Ho and Emily Vaughn won the two doubles matches.



Madison Parks Department is currently enrolling boys and girls for a youth golf league for play this summer at Sunrise Golf Course.

The league is open to boys and girls ages seven to 14. The program includes golf instruction, play and competition.

There is a $50 activity fee but participants who already have a Junior Golf Pass to Sunrise will pay just $25. The application deadline is Friday, May 24.

For more information, call (812) 265-8308 or visit www.madison-in.gov/DocumentCenter/View/429/2018-Golf-Form?bidId= .



Butler Falls Golf Course in Hanover will host a weekly Open Golf League for men and women to run 18 weeks starting on Wednesday, May 29.

Play will be on Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. with check-in by 5:15 p.m. Play each week will vary from two- and four-player scrambles, to stroke play with handicap and two person alternate shot.

The league will culminate with a one-day tournament on Saturday, Sept. 28.

For costs and other details, call Kenny Garrett, league coordinator, at (812) 599-9582.



The 53rd Annual Boys Basketball Camps at Hanover College will be held in June and July at the Horner Center on campus.

The Fundamental Skills Camp No. 1 runs Sunday, June 9 through Wednesday, June 12, the Post/Perimeter Skill Camp is Wednesday, June 26 through Friday, June 28 and the Fundamental Skills Camp No. 2 runs Sunday, July 7 through Wednesday, July 10.

The Camp director is Hanover men’s head basketball coach Jon Miller with a staff of current Hanover players and coaches as well as players and coaches from other colleges and high schools.

Cost for the fundamental skills camps is $310 for overnight campers and $260 for commuter campers and the cost for the post/perimeter camp is $255 for overnight campers and $220 for commuter campers.

For more information, contact Jon Miller at (812) 866-7387 or by email at millerjo@hanover.edu or visit athletics.hanover.edu/information/camps/index for details in this and other camps.



Hanover College’s Girls Summer Basketball Camp is June 16-19 with both commuter and overnight camper options.

The camp, for girls entering grades three through nine the fall of 2019 will be grouped according to age and ability. The daily schedule includes instruction and fundamentals as well as game play and individual contests.

Cost is $310 for overnight campers and $260 for commuters and campers get a basketball and T-shirt. All activities are in air-conditioned facilities, meals will be served on campus and a camp trainer will be on duty throughout

The camp co-directors are former Hanover women’s head coach Molly Jones and current head coach John Jones. For more information contact Molly Jones by email at jonesm@hanover.edu or call (812) 599-3287.



The Hanover College Summer Baseball Camp will be held at K.T. Young Ballpark on campus June 3-6

The camp is open to ages seven through 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily with instruction in hitting, pitching and defense with daily competitions and lunch provided in the cafeteria. Campers will need to bring a bat, glove and catchers gear if camper is catcher and activity will be moved indoors to the Horner Center in case of rain.

Cost is $250 for all four days or $150 for two days (either Monday-Tuesday or Wednesday-Thursday).

For more information, call head coach Grant Bellak at (812) 866-7374 or by email at bellak@hanover.edu .



The 17th annual Hanover College Varsity/JV Boys Basketball Shootout will be Saturday, June 8 on campus.

The one-day event drawing teams from Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio has a 36-team limit and teams from are guaranteed four games. All games are prescheduled so teams will know their game times in advance in the Horner Athletic Center at Collier Arena and Struck Fieldhouse.

Registration fee is $250 per team.

To reserve a spot of for more information, contact Hanover assistant coach Ryan Nowicki at (812) 866-7384, (317) 603-0533 or by email at nowicki13@hanover.edu .



The Hanover College Men’s soccer Prospect Camp will be Friday, June 14 at the soccer facilities on campus.

The camp is for any student that is in high school during 2018-2019 school year and includes an intense, one-day experience exposing participants to a typical preseason training day with Hanover’s intercollegiate team. It’s an opportunity to visit the Hanover campus and interact with the Hanover Men’s soccer team and staff. Head coach Matt Wilkerson and his staff will be in charge of all training sessions. The schedule could change depending on weather and other variables.

Check-in is 1:30 a.m. with training sessions at 10:45 a.m. and 2 p.m. with much in between and a wrap-up at 3:30 p.m. Cost is $70 per individual or $60 for groups of four. Campers should bring a ball, two sets of soccer clothing, molded soccer shoes, indoor/running shoes, shin guards and towel. An athletic trainer will be present.

For more info, contact coach Matt Wilkerson by calling (859) 699-0038 or by email at wilkerson@hanover.edu .



Hanover College’s Athletic Department will hold the 31st annual John R. Smith Alumni & Friends Golf Scramble Thursday, July 18, at Dye’s Walk Country Club in Greenwood.

The tournament is a four-person scramble format, with proceeds benefiting the Hanover College Athletic Department. Cost for golf, lunch and dinner is $125 per person or $25 per person for dinner only.

Registration for golf and sponsorships are now available online and will be open through Friday, July 12. For more information and to register, visit our.hanover.edu/indygolf .



The 2019 Hanover College Triple Crown Summer Cross Country Racing Series will be the last three Wednesday’s in July at 7 p.m.

The series of summer cross country races designed to test fitness and sharpen summer training increases race distanceeach week from 3K on July 17, to 4K July 24 and 5K July 31. The event is run on Hanover’s nationally renowed cross country course.

Cost is $4 per race with registration beginning at 6:15 p.m. on night of race.

For more information, contact cross country coach Brady Wells at wellsb@hanover.edu .

The cross country program will also hold a Distance Summit Camp from 11:15 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, June 21 in the Horner Center on Campus.

The clinic is open to coaches or anyone interested in learning about various elements of distance training, developing runners, and building championship team cultures.

Cost is $30 per person. For more inforamtion contact coach Brady Wells at wellsb@hanover.edu .