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April 11, 2013

Rain washes away county tournaments schedules

— Overnight rains on Wednesday and nearly day-long rain on Thursday caused a complete washout of the day’s county tournament slate.

The Nick Muller Memorial Tournament had semifinals scheduled as well as some consolation bracket games. One of the consolation games is being moved to another site so the Thursday scheduled could be kept intact and moved to today.

The Madison County Softball Tournament is in a similar position except that one consolation game will be completed at Pendleton Heights today before resuming the regular Thursday schedule.

The Madison County Tennis Tournament will now have its first round today and will play second round and final round matches on Saturday.

See the schedule below for complete details on the postponements.

Softball

Today

The game between Anderson and Liberty Christian in the 3rd inning will be completed at PH at 5 p.m.

Lapel vs PH will start approx 6 at PH

Madison Grant vs winner of Anderson/LC game  approx 7:30  at PH

Alexandria vs Elwood at 5 at Frankton

Frankton vs Anderson Prep approx 6:30 at Frankton

Baseball

Today

5 p.m. at Elwood, Elwood vs Anderson Prep

5 at PH, Frankton vs PH

6:30 at PH, Madison-Grant vs Lapel

5 at Memorial Field, Anderson vs Alexandria

7 at Memorial Field Liberty Christian vs Elwood/Anderson Prep winner

Tennis

First round 5 p.m. today

Second round 10 a.m. Saturday

Third round 1 p.m. Saturday

Track & Field to go on as scheduled today at Madison Grant at 5 p.m. with no pole vault this year.

 

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