MADISON TOWNSHIP — Carlisle High School’s boys basketball team did some hard work and also got a little help on Tuesday night to clinch at least a share of its first Southwestern Buckeye League championship since 2016-17.
The Indians battled through a tie at the beginning of the fourth quarter
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