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Jr. GSSC Champions

Congratulations to the 6th and 7th grade boys basketball teams.  Both teams won the conference tournament to clinch conference titles.  Both teams would also like to thank the booster club for purchasing them conference champion T-shirts.  

Boys’ Basketball Wins Conference

The boys’ basketball team pulled out a close game against Calumet on Saturday night to win the conference championship 54-43.  The team finished 7-0 in the conference and has a record of 16-1 overall.  This is the first conference championship that Hanover has won since 1997.  Dominic Lucido led the team in scoring with 24

Senior Girls Honored at Basketball Game

The senior basketball players were honored at the game on Saturday against Beecher High School.  The five seniors were:  Grace Hanlon,  Allison Mueller, Reagan Noel, Amanda Schreiber, and Camryn Sterkowitz.  We’d like to thank them for their dedication to basketball and thank their parents for their continued support of Hanover Athletics!  We appreciate you!  

Joey Glidewell Earns Sportsmanship Pin

Officials at the Morgan Township boys basketball game noticed Joey Glidewell.  Not only did he have a terrific game, they noticed something even better!  Joey exemplified great sportsmanship!  The IHSAA is promoting sportsmanship this year and has provided each school with sportsmanship pins to hand out when someone exemplifies sportsmanship and fair play.  We thank

Wrestling Qualifies Seven for Regional

The boys’ wrestling team qualified 7 wrestlers to continue on in the IHSAA tournament by placing in the top four in the Sectional on Saturday at Crown Point.  All 7 wrestlers will wrestle at the Regional Tournament held at Crown Point on Saturday, Feb. 8th at 9:00 a.m.  The following wrestlers qualified:  Ryan Krout, Angelo

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-3-20) POSTED ON: FEB 3, 2020 IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-3-2020) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” One of the best feelings any athlete can experience is being “in the zone”.  You know, you can’t miss a shot, your times are improving, the baseball looks like a