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Today's News

  • Alvey named to NW Missouri Hall of Fame

    MARYVILLE, Mo. - Former Tell City basketball star and coach Dave Alvey has been elected to the Northwest Missouri State University Athletic Hall of Fame.

    He will be inducted into the hall Friday.

    A 6-foot-5 forward who graduated from Tell City in 1973, Alvey went on to set the career scoring record at Northwest Missouri State, an NCAA Division II school, and is still second on that list today.

    He scored 1,747 points for the Bearcats and grabbed 677 rebounds, which is fourth on the school's all-time list.

  • PC boys, girls PLAC champs

    PAOLI - All of Perry Central's scorers placed in the top 10 as the Commodores won the junior high boys and girls PLAC cross country meets Thursday.

    The Commodores placed six boys in the top 10 in the boys race.

    Paul Schwartz won it in 11:13. Abe Schwartz was second in 11:18 and Alex Newton third in 11:19.

    Andrew Huber was sixth in 11:52 and Nathan Schwartz seventh in 11:57 to complete the Commodores' scoring.

    Their sixth man, Nathan Bashor, was ninth in 12:16.

  • Kast, Hollinden advance in tourney

    JASPER - Tell City's Andy Kast and Greg Hollinden beat Cole Samples and Addison Hill of Evansville North 6-2, 6-4 in the No. 1 doubles boys tennis sectional Wednesday.

    The victory gave Kast and Hollinden a six-match winning streak.

    They advanced to the finals Saturday, where they were scheduled to play Chris Campbell and Tanner Niehaus of Jasper.

    The winner of that match will face the winner of the Silver Creek doubles sectional at the doubles regional at Carmel this Saturday.

    That will be followed by the state finals the following weekend at Park Tudor.

  • Chinn named to All-PAC team

    TELL CITY - Tell City senior Andy Chinn was named to the All-PAC boys tennis team in voting by conference coaches last week.

    Chinn played No. 1 singles for the Marksmen all season and compiled a 5-3 record in conference matches.

    He was 11-7 overall. He won his match against Heritage Hills, a PAC opponent, in the team sectional, though Tell City lost to the Patriots. So he advanced to the individual sectional for No. 1 singles players.

    His season ended there with a 6-4, 6-4 loss to Justin Poirier of Evansville North Wednesday.

  • Blackhawks outserve PC

    LEOPOLD - Perry Central had trouble handling Springs Valley's serves in a 25-16, 25-17, 25-9 PLAC volleyball loss to the Blackhawks Thursday.

    "Tonight we needed to improve our serve-receive," said Perry Central Coach Becky Genet. "But they had some very strong servers."

    Genet also mentioned that the Commodores "have to hit the ball in," as several of their spikes went out of bounds.

    "But at the same time we did some things very well tonight. We saved more balls than usual."

    Hilarie Hahus made 12 digs for the Commodores and Jessica Huber added eight.

  • Tell City outspikes Paoli

    PAOLI - Leslie Poole and Julie Davis each made 15 digs as Tell City beat Paoli 25-18, 25-15, 25-13 in volleyball Thursday.

    Lauren Goffinet added 11 digs and Catelyn Zuelly made 10.

    "Our passing was a lot better tonight," said Tell City Coach Dalonda Hayes. "If we can pass, we can win."

    The digs helped lead to 10 kills apiece for Goffinet and Elizabeth Kohnert. Brittney Harth added five.

    Davis set the ball for 21 assists and also made four blocks. Goffinet made five blocks.

  • Titans pull away from TC in 2nd half

    TELL CITY - Gibson Southern rushed for 491 yards, including 319 in the second half, to defeat Tell City 41-18 in PAC football Friday.

    Tell City stayed right with the Titans in the first half. The Marksmen had only four fewer rushing yards than the Titans and each team scored two touchdowns.

    Only the Marksmen's inability to convert extra points - they missed a kick and came up short on a run--gave Gibson Southern a two-point lead at halftime.

  • PC rushers pummel Springs Valley

    LEOPOLD - Perry Central scored on its first 10 possessions to crush Springs Valley 68-0 in PLAC football Friday.

    The Commodores built a 54-0 halftime lead over the winless Blackhawks.

    The entire second half was played with a constantly running clock.

    The only time the Commodores did not score was on their last possession, when they took a knee three times to run out the clock.

    They did most of their damage on the ground. Quarterback Austin Hauser threw only two passes and completed one.

  • Walk-to-School Day

    William Tell Elementary School Principal Laura Noble, left, joined more than 250 students, teachers, parents and others in walking to the school Friday morning. Marking International Walk to School in the USA, the group marched from the Tell City-Perry County Public Library to William Tell. During a brief talk before students headed to classes, Noble shared news about fundraising efforts for a new walking trail on school grounds that will complement a sidewalk the city plans to construct along Tell Street to connect the school and the library.

  • Ban on open burning lifted

    PERRY COUNTY - A ban on open burning in place for two weeks was lifted Thursday by the county's fire chiefs.

    Prohibitions on fires, including the burning of limbs and branches, was adopted Sept. 25 in response to drought-like conditions.

    Most areas of the county received at least an inch of rain last week.