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Listen to HancockCountySports.com broadcasts
HancockCountySports.com has 2 streams to serve you.
|Hancock County Sports 1
||Hancock County Sports 2
|Windows Media Player
||Windows Media Player
Listen to LIVE sports events
Also, get the 24/7 Radio Hancock stream, with sports and talk programming when live games are not on.
TU 11/26: Boys BB: Mt. Vernon at Whiteland, 7:10 p.m.
F 12/13: G/B BB: Greenfield-Central at New Palestine, 5:45 p.m.
Sa 12/14: Girls BB: Yorktown at Mt. Vernon, 1:10 p.m.
Tu 12/17: Girls BB: Mt. Vernon at New Palestine, 7:10 p.m.
F 12/20: G/B BB: Knightstown at Eastern Hancock, 5:45 p.m.
Sa 12/21: Boys BB: Mt. Vernon vs. Maconaquah, 7:40 p.m.
Sa 12/28: Boys BB: Mt. Vernon in Hall of Fame Classic, 9:40 a.m.
Sa 1/4: Boys BB: Mt. Vernon vs. Warren Central, 11:40 a.m.
Sa 1/4: Boys BB: New Palestine at Beech Grove, 3:10 p.m.
More LIVE sports events. If we are broadcasting two games at a time, the second game will be here.
F 12/6: Boys BB: Center Grove at New Palestine, 7:10 p.m.
F 12/20: Boys BB: Westfield at New Palestine, 7:45 p.m.
On-Demand Archives of 2013-14 broadcasts can be found here
You can also find us on TuneIn! Search for the TuneIn Radio app on your mobile phone and search for Hancock County Sports 1 and Hancock County Sports 2!
Listen to archived broadcasts
Click here to download and listen to archived broadcasts from 2013-14. Archives will usually be uploaded within a day of the broadcast.
Our sports broadcast partners
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Partner with us
If you want to reach a Hancock County-based audience and get the word out about your company, contact Andrew Smith. We offer a large audience for a very low cost, meaning you can get the word out inexpensively, AND support broadcasts and coverage on Hancock County sports.com!
CCSN for hire
HancockCountySports.com is a part of the CrossCom Sports Network. CCSN's high-quality announcers can bring our unique broadcasting style, active social media presence and understanding of how to promote the game to YOUR event, club, team or school. We can broadcast virtually any sport or event. To have our announcers broadcast your event, contact Andrew Smith.
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Radio Hancock programming
Hancock County Sports is the live sports broadcasting arm of Radio Hancock, the Voice of Hancock County!
Radio Hancock strives to produce programming that serves our community.
Radio Hancock programming schedule (subject to change)
Monday & Thursday middays (approx. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.): Current Affairs block. The Shill Report, We Are Libertarians,
Tenther Radio, The Low Power Hour (broadcast about low power radio)
Tuesday, Friday & Saturday middays (approx. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.) and Wednesday evenings (approx. 7 p.m.): Sports block:
CrimsonCast (podcast covering IU sports), D3football.com Around the Nation,
Face to Face with Tom Rust (sports interviews from a Christian perspective).
All other times: Replays of HancockCountySports.com broadcasts from the previous week.
All programming offered on our stations is strictly done in the public and community interest and does not reflect the
opinions or views of HancockCountySports.com, CrossCom Sports Network, its owner, staff, sponsors or anyone affiliated with the program.
All sponsorship on specific programs is for that program only. Outside of our live/replayed sports broadcasts, our programming is non-commercial.
CrossCom Sports Network
Sound used in some of our broadcasts is provided in part by our friends at SoundJay and Digital Pacific Video.
DMCA notice: We respect copyright and do not knowingly use any copyrighted material without permission outside the guielines
of the Fair Use Doctrine. If you believe your copyright has been violated, please contact us.
Hancock County Sports.com will always be operated in the memory and honor of our founder, friend and mentor, Tim Adams.