Today's News

  • Tell City boys 3rd at Mount Vernon

    MOUNT VERNON—Justin Peter claimed Tell City’s only victory as the Marksmen finished third in a boys triangular swim meet Saturday.
    Mount Vernon won with 100 points. Vincennes Lincoln scored 87 and Tell City 28.
    Peter won the 100-yard backstroke in 1:01.83 and placed second in the 100 freestyle in 54.65 seconds.
    Teammate Greg Clayton took third in the 200 free in 2:03.94—just two-hundredths of a second behind second place—and fourth in the 500 free in 5:38.11.

  • Marksmen 2nd in triangular

    MOUNT VERNON—Tell City won four events but finished second in a three-team girls swim meet Saturday.
    Mount Vernon, ranked 11th in the state, won the rest of the events to win the meet with 106 points.  Tell City scored 75 and Vincennes Lincoln 34.
    Tell City’s Chelsea Malone, Amanda Wagner, Erika Hauenstein and C.J. Fentress won two relays.
    They took the 200-yard medley relay in 1:59.12 and the 200 free relay in 1:48.11.
    Malone also won the 100 backstroke in 1:04.49 and placed second in the 50 free in 26.79 seconds.

  • Tell City stumbles twice

    TELL CITY—Tell City hit only 4 of 27 shots from the field in a 50-13 PAC girls basketball loss to Gibson Southern Saturday.
    “They’re a good basketball team and we didn’t shoot the ball particularly well,” said Tell City Coach John Lyons.
    Tell City scored five points in the first two minutes to take an early lead but went cold after that.
    Jami Rowe led the Marksmen with five points, including their only three-point basket.
    Senior center Brianna Spindler led Gibson Southern with 17 points and four rebounds.

  • Bulldogs outshoot Raiders

    CANNELTON—Cannelton held Whitesville Trinity to 30.0 percent field-goal shooting to beat the Raiders 65-43 in girls basketball Saturday.
    “We played pretty good defense,” said Cannelton Coach Mike Garrett.
    The Bulldogs led only 25-19 at halftime, though, because they committed 14 turnovers in the first two quarters.
    “The first half was sloppy,” said Garrett. “You could tell we hadn’t played since Dec. 11 (because of two snow-outs and the Christmas break).”

  • Commodores use inside game to repel Vikings

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central scored well on post-up moves and backdoor cuts to beat North Posey 47-37 in girls basketball Saturday.
    The Commodores also “hurt them inside just on put-backs,” said Perry Central Coach Bill Dickerson.
    The Commodores grabbed eight of their 27 rebounds at their offensive end.
    They led by four to six points most of the game but increased their lead from seven to 13 points after North Posey switched from zone defense to man-to-man with 1:40 left in the game.

  • Sluggish start dooms Bulldogs in 64-45 loss

    Sports Correspondent

    LYNNVILLE—Cannelton could not overcome a sluggish start in a 64-45 boys basketball loss to Tecumseh Saturday.
    The Braves scored the first 11 points of the game and led 16-4 at the end of the first quarter. They led by at least nine points the rest of the way.
    The Bulldogs hit just 2 of 11 field-goal attempts in the first quarter.
    “We just didn’t come out with enough intensity,” said Cannelton Coach Brian Garrett.  “The kids were flat to start the game.”

  • Tell City stops Hornets

    TELL CITY—Tell City held Hancock County to 22 points in the first three quarters and beat the Hornets 44-35 in boys basketball Saturday.
    “We played all right,” said Tell City Coach John Hayes. “I didn’t think we played as well as we did Friday night (at Mount Vernon). But we played well enough to win—we gutted it out.
    “We played good defense. We mixed it up quite a bit—man-to-man and a lot of different zones. We were contesting things.”

  • Rangers shoot well to top Perry Central

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Forest Park hit 56.6 percent from the field to beat Perry Central 62-47 in boys basketball Saturday.

  • Birth announcements, Jan. 13

    Ty Robert Coyle
    Nathan and Amie Coyle of Tell City announce the birth of their son, Ty Robert Coyle, born Friday, Dec. 17, 2010, at Owensboro Medical Health System in Owensboro, Ky.
    The infant weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces and was 201⁄2 inches long.
    Mrs. Coyle is the former Amie Joyal. Ty has one sister, Addison, 2.
    Grandparents are Marty and Beverly Joyal of Tell City and Bill and Julie Coyle of Tell City.
    Great-grandparents are Betty Joyal and Alfred Batie.

  • Church News, Jan. 13

    Coats, blankets available to local residents through Catholic Charities
    TELL CITY – Catholic Charities has a large assortment of coats to be given away to anyone who needs one. Coats are available in sizes from toddlers to adults and everything in between. Each person in a family can have one coat. There are also a limited number of blankets available. These are limited to one blanket per family
    There is no charge for any of these items. Call Joan Hess at Catholic Charities at 547-0903 for hours of operation and more information.