Today's News

  • Tell City girls fall to Forest Park

    FERDINAND—Forest Park held Tell City to single-digit scoring every quarter to beat the Marksmen 45-27 in PAC girls basketball Thurs-day.
    The Rangers concentrated their defense on Tell City center McKenzie Hayes, holding her to four points.
    Sophomore forward-guard Jami Rowe led the Marksmen with 11 points, including two three-point baskets.
    Sarah Hopf, a strong low-post forward, led Forest Park with 12 points. Jordan Theising added 11.

  • Hot Southridge tops PC

    HUNTINGBURG—Southridge hit 6 of 8 three-point shots and 50 percent from the field overall to beat Perry Central 52-35 in girls basketball Thursday.
    “When they play like that, there’s not many teams that are going to beat them,” said Perry Central Coach Bill Dickerson.
    “I thought we defended halfway decent,” he added. “We defended the inside pretty well—we held (Raider center Cassie) Wertman to four points.

  • Weedman signs to pitch for Vincennes University

    TELL CITY—Tell City senior Shane Weedman signed a letter of intent Thursday to pitch for Vincennes University’s baseball team.

  • Can Commodores claim first 2A crown?

    Perry Central won its only girls basketball sectional title in 2001 when the Commodores were in Class A.
    They have been knocking at the door of their first Class 2A title recently, placing second the last two years despite having to play three games in the tourney each year.
    Having drawn a first-round bye for this week’s six-team sectional at Forest Park and having three third-year starters returning, plus a 6-foot sophomore center who has improved greatly since last year, is this the year the Commodores finally cut down the nets?

  • PC cold in loss to West Washington

    Sports Correspondent

    CAMPBELLSBURG—Perry Central hit 25.0 percent from the field in losing 48-40 to West Washington in PLAC boys basketball Friday.
     “It was an awful performance shooting the ball,” said Perry Central Coach Matt Carter.
    The Commodores made 11 of 44 attempts while West Washington made 17 of 41  for 41.5 percent.
    The Commodores trailed most of the game. They cut the lead to six at 42-36 with 1:14 left in the game on two free throws by Tanner Cassidy.

  • Eagles trap Bulldogs

    Sports Correspondent

    CANNELTON—Evansville Day jumped to a 15-0 lead en route to beating Cannelton 76-39 in boys basketball Friday.

  • TC hits free throws (yes, free throws) to defeat Pike Central

    Sports Editor

    PETERSBURG—Tell City boys basketball coach John Hayes told Pike Central Coach Kyle Runyan before Friday’s game that his team was hitting only 51 percent of its free throws.
    Runyan didn’t believe Hayes after the Marksmen hit 23 of 28 (82.1 percent) to beat Pike Central 55-40.
    Even Hayes could hardly believe it.
    “We’d be 11-5 now (instead of 5-11) if we’d hit free throws like that every game,” he said.

  • FEB. 7 UPDATE - Body of woman found near Indian Lake identified

    UPDATE, MONDAY, FEB. 7, 9 A.M.:  The body of a woman found Friday at Indian Lake has been identified as that of Ginger L. Schnepp, 38, of Owensboro, Ky.

    Police said an autopsy was conducted Saturday morning and results will determine the cause of death. Sgt. Chad Dick, public-information officer for the Jasper Indiana State Police post, said no foul play is suspected.

  • Church News, Feb. 3

    St. Boniface to host spaghetti dinner
    FULDA – St. Boniface Catholic Church in Fulda will host a spaghetti dinner at the church from 3 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 12.
    The parish family of St. Boniface Catholic Church invites neighbors and friends to celebrate Saint Valentine with an evening of good food and live entertainment.
    Spaghetti dinners will cost $8 for adults and $5 for children. Proceeds will benefit the facilities and grounds of historic St. Boniface Church.
    The parish center is located on Highway 545, south of the church.

  • Monk professes solemn vows at Saint Meinrad

    ST. MEINRAD – Brother Francis de Sales Wagner OSB professed solemn vows as a Benedictine monk of Saint Meinrad Archabbey in a ceremony Jan. 25 in the Archabbey Church.

    Wagner is a native of Findlay, Ohio, where he attended Liberty-Benton High School and was a member of St. Michael the Archangel Parish. He earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Bowling Green State University in 1988.