Today's News

  • Pilgrims Ready for Notre Dame Trail

    Bill Borders and Clay Ewing will be following in the footsteps of University of Notre Dame founder the Rev. Edward F. Sorin CSS during an Aug. 13 to Aug. 26 event that will have them and other pilgrims walking and biking up to 24 miles each day.

  • Bowhunters asked to help count Hoosier wildlife

    INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is again asking bowhunters to volunteer to count furbearer species and other wildlife this fall for science.

    The information helps the DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife monitor species and track population trends. The collaborative project is called the Archer’s Index and has existed since 1992.

    Volunteers receive a standard survey sheet and instructions to record hours hunted and count sightings October to late November.

  • Tell City golfers tie Forest Park

    SANTA CLAUS—Taylor Goffinet shot 57 to lead Tell City to a 251-251 tie with Forest Park in girls golf Tuesday.
    Mollie Arnold shot 60 and Maggie Lamb 65 for the Marksmen. Kenzie Burgess and Hannah Gray each shot 69 to tie for their fourth scorer.
    Forest Park’s Audrey Jones shot 53 for medalist honors.
    “We showed a lot of improvement,” said Tell City Coach Amber Wheatley. “As a whole, the girls were able to use the stroke limit (for each hole) less.

  • New team debuts Saturday

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—A new varsity sport will debut for Tell City when the Marksmen’s girls soccer team takes the field at Corydon Saturday.
    Under current PAC rules, the Marksmen are not eligible for the conference title in their first year and they will not play in the sectional this year. But they will play a mostly varsity schedule.
    Not all the Tell City players are new to varsity soccer, though, as three, Claire Zellers, Brenna Franzman and Beth Whitworth, played on the boys team last year.

  • New boys soccer coach expects Tell City to win

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City starts its eighth varsity boys soccer season with its fifth coach.
    None of the others enjoyed much success, but Brian Fletcher thinks the Marksmen have the talent and attitude to succeed.
    The Marksmen have gone 0-36 in the last three years, scoring only nine goals in that span.

  • Tell City girls team young

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City’s girls cross country team will rely on four freshmen as it tries to rebuild after a sub-par season last year.
    The Marksmen finished sixth in the PAC last year and seventh among seven complete teams in the Jasper sectional.
    They return only three runners from that team, senior Mariah Klueh and juniors Alex Blankenship and Ashley Scarboro.
    Blankenship placed eighth in the PAC meet last year to make all-conference and qualified for the regional as an individual.

  • PC girls team lacks depth

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central’s girls cross country team edged Crawford County by one point to win the PLAC title last year. If the Commodores can develop more depth, they should compete for the title again.
    They return their top two runners from last year, senior Elizabeth Dauby and junior Macey Emmons.
    Dauby won the PLAC individual title last year and qualified for the semistate.
    Emmons placed fourth in the PLAC.

  • Tell City splits 2 matches

    TELL CITY—MaKaylee Buntin served 28 points, including 10 aces, as Tell City beat Cloverport 25-9, 25-11, 25-18 in volleyball Tuesday.
    Buntin’s aces broke the school record of eight previously held by McKenzie Hayes.
    Kammie Jo Hayes made 12 kills for the Marksmen. Bailey Weikel added six kills and two solo blocks.
    Rachel Malone aided the hitters with 15 assists and Grace Kreilein added nine.
    Morgan Schuetter made six digs.

  • Griffin, Snyder golf champs

    TELL CITY—Logan Griffin and Jason Snyder shot 125 to win the Schweizer Fest golf scramble last weekend.

  • Strobel, Kaiser female road run champions

    TELL CITY—Kim Strobel, 43, proved she could still keep up with younger runners as she won the women’s title in the Schweizer Fest six-mile road run Saturday.
    Strobel, who has run the Boston Marathon before, finished in 45:37.6.
    She last won the women’s title in 2010, when she ran it in 44:31.
    The two-mile race had a young female runner again. Tell City eighth grader Jill Kaiser won it for the second year in a row, in 13:17.0.