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Today's News

  • Raiders out-putt Tell City for win

    TELL CITY - Tell City made some good drives but had some putting problems in a 169-188 boys golf loss to Southridge Thursday.

    Ian Reed led Tell City with a 7-over-par 42. "He hit the ball very well but had 21 putts," said Tell City Coach Jim Meek.

    Other Tell City scorers were Victor Schutzius with a 45, Corey Young 47, and Logan Bolin 54.

    Jake Roland and Tyler Jennings also played for the Marksmen and each shot 56.

    Southridge's Bryson Bolling was the medalist with a 36.

    Southridge won the junior varsity match 212-227. Alex Cole led Tell City with a 45.

  • Perry Central second in triangular

    HUNTINGBURG - Travis Goffinet shot a 7-over-par 43 to lead Perry Central to second place in a boys triangular golf match Wednesday.

    Southridge won with 162 strokes. Perry Central shot 189 and South Spencer 199.

    Besides Goffinet, Perry Central scorers were Zach Rogier and Charlie Weatherholt each with a 47 and Zach Graves 52.

    Graves, usually the Commodores' leader, had a little trouble on the fourth hole as he hit two shots in the water.

    Anthony Rennie, who shot a 54, and Blake Kleaving, 56, also played for the Commodores.

  • Corydon shuts out Marksmen

    TELL CITY - Five errors hurt Tell City in a 6-0 girls softball loss to Corydon Wednesday.

    The Panthers, ranked 11th in the state in Class 3A, scored an unearned run in the second inning and two unearned runs in the fifth as they built a 5-0 lead.

    That was more than enough support for Corydon pitcher Jenna Keinsley, who held the Marksmen to two hits--a second-inning single by Kyli Smithson and a sixth-inning single by Sidney Grass.

    Keinsley struck out six and walked one.

  • Schoen no-hits Perry Central 16-0

    LEOPOLD - Lanesville freshman Ashley Schoen threw her second no-hitter in 10 days to beat Perry Central 16-0 in girls softball Wednesday.

    Schoen, who also no-hit New Washington, struck out six and walked none as the Eagles, ranked 12th in the state in Class A, improved to 14-2.

    Two Perry Central batters reached base on errors but neither got past first base.

    Lanesville blasted 15 hits, including four doubles and a triple, in five innings against Perry Central pitchers Abby Preher and Cassie Wilgus.

  • PC girls 2nd in quadrangular

    REO - Perry Central won only one event but used its depth to place second in a four-team girls track meet Wednesday.

    Forest Park won 12 of the 15 events and took the meet with 121 points.

    Perry Central scored 55, South Spencer 46, and Tecumseh 6.

    Amanda Allen cleared 5 feet in the high jump for Perry Central's only blue ribbon.

    Brianna Crockett placed second in the 200-meter dash in 29.13 seconds and teammate Arika Kemp was third in 29.31.

  • Tell City boys tie Boonville

    BOONVILLE - Kyle Kessinger and Zach Avallone each won four events to lead Tell City to a 66-66 tie with Boonville in boys track Thursday.

    Kessinger won the 100-meter dash in 11.48 seconds, the 200 in 23.30, and the 400 in 52.9.

    He teamed with Avallone, Dalton Sweeney and Spencer Sandage to win the 1600 relay.

    Avallone also won the long jump at 18 feet, 11 inches and both hurdles races.

    He ran the 110 high hurdles in 16.15 and the 300 intermediate hurdles in 40.92.

    Sandage won two other races for the Marksmen, running the 800 in 2:11 and the 1600 in 4:57.

  • Davis leads TC past Boonville

    BOONVILLE - Tiffany Davis won two individual events and two relays to lead Tell City past Boonville 73-55 in girls track Thursday.

    Davis won the 1600-meter run in 5:58 and the 800 in 2:42.

    She teamed with Marianne Krueger, Andyn Rowe and Sidney Strobel to win the 3200 relay in 10:47.

    Davis, Strobel, Krueger and Elizabeth Kohnert won the 1600 relay in 4:33.

    Kohnert also won two field events, clearing 5 feet, 1 inch in the high jump and going 14 feet, 7 inches in the long jump.

  • Deadline nears for filing personal-property forms

    CANNELTON - The Troy Township Assessor's Office reminds residents of approaching deadlines for filing personal-property forms. These include:

    Form101, Individual Personal Property Return. This form covers all vehicles on which excise taxes are not paid.

    Form 102, Farmers Tangible Personal Property Return. Form covers farm equipment.

    Form 103, Business Tangible Personal Property Return. Form covers business equipment.

    Forms should be returned to the Troy Township Assessor's Office, Courthouse Annex, Cannelton IN 47520 by May 15.

  • Knights on a Mission

    A steady stream of customers entering the McDonald's drive through kept Dennis Litherland, a member of Tell City Knights of Columbus Council 1172, busy Friday morning. Litherland and his fellow Knights sponsored their annual Tootsie Roll fundraiser for special-needs programs in the county, accepting bills and loose change and offering Tootsie Rolls in exchange for the generosity. "They gave me the hot spot today," Litherland said of his two-hour shift. Knights collected money locations Friday and Saturday.

  • Rural electric cooperative will undergo name change

    TELL CITY - Mike Hammack, chief executive officer of Southern Indiana Rural Electric Cooperative, recently announced the co-op will change its name June 20. The organization's new name will be Southern Indiana Power.

    "Our name does not portray how we have evolved into more than an electric provider. We often receive phone calls from people thinking we're Southern Indiana Recreation," Hammack said.