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Today's News

  • Muensterman or not, Mater Dei is favorite in Class 2A sectional

    Mater Dei’s girls basketball team won the Class 2A state championship last year and is heavily favored to repeat that honor.

  • Mitchell outshoots Perry Central girls

    MITCHELL—Perry Central did not hit enough outside shots and gave up too many of them in a 50-37 PLAC girls basketball loss to Mitchell Saturday.
    Sami Howe hit seven three-point shots, including five in the first half, as she led Mitchell with 23 points.
    “We just weren’t communicating with each other,” Perry Central Coach Bill Dickerson said of Howe’s ability to keep getting open.
    At the other end Perry Central hit 38.5 percent from the field, including 2 of 10 from three-point range.

  • Girls sectional drawings made

    INDIANAPOLIS—Perry Central will get a rematch with Forest Park, and Tell City and Cannelton will likely face stat-ranked teams in their first IHSAA girls basketball sectional games next week.
    Pairings for the 64 sectionals were drawn by the IHSAA Sunday.
    The seven-team Class 2A sectional at Forest Park will start Tuesday with Mater Dei, the defending state champion and ranked No. 1 again this year, taking on 1-19 South Spencer.
    Tell City drew the first-round bye and will face the winner of that game in the semifinals 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8.

  • Osborne, Crawford advance to regional

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    NEWBURGH—Two Tell Citians qualified for the regional but none won titles in the 10-team Castle wrestling sectional Saturday.

  • Hayes scores 1,000th point

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—McKenzie Hayes scored the 1,000th point of her Tell City varsity girls basketball career Saturday, but the Marksmen lost that game and one Tuesday.
    Tell City Coach John Lyons said his team played well in a 40-31 loss Saturday to Mount Vernon, which is ranked 11th in the state in Class 3A.
    “We were ahead by two (16-14) at halftime and they’re a good team,” Lyons said.

  • Cannelton’s defense scuttles Cloverport

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    CANNELTON—Allicyn Garrett had a statistical triple-double and Cannelton played strong defense to crush Cloverport 61-14 in girls basketball Monday.
    Garrett, a senior forward-center, scored a career-high 25 points, grabbed 16 rebounds, and made 10 steals.
    Cannelton forced 38 turnovers overall—27 on steals—and held the Aces to 16.2 percent field-goal shooting.

  • Bulldogs sting Hornets in OT

    MEDORA—Cannelton lost a 10-point lead but came back with strong defense to beat Medora 71-69 in overtime in boys basketball Saturday.
    The Bulldogs led 40-30 in the middle of the third quarter but “we got a little too aggressive” and “took a lot of forced shots,” said Cannelton Coach Brian Garrett.
    Medora took a 57-56 lead on a basket by center Roy Edwards in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter.

  • TC nips Blackhawks on basket at buzzer

    By MIKE SPRAGUE
    Sports Correspondent

    TELL CITY—Tell City’s Brian Arnold made a three-point shot at the buzzer to defeat Springs Valley 54-53 in boys basketball Saturday.
    With 44 seconds left, Springs Valley’s Sebastian  Baggett made 1 of 2 free throws to give the Blackhawks a 53-51 lead.
    The Marksmen missed their next shot and fouled Baggett with 0:30 left. This time he missed the front end of the one-and-bonus.
    Tell City grabbed the rebound but missed an eight-foot shot.

  • Perry Central holds off Lanesville 77-62

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—After having a 12-point lead wiped out, Perry Central hit clutch shots in the last 8:01 to beat Lanesville 77-62 in boys basketball Saturday.
    Perry Central got off to a hot start and built a 23-11 lead with 0:43 left in the first quarter after consecutive inside baskets by Tanner Cassidy.
    Lanesville chipped away, though, and took a 48-47 lead on a rebound basket by Alex Ansman of his missed free throw with 0:30 left in the third quarter.

  • St. Augustine Church to welcome Year of Faith visitors on the Pilgrims’ Path

    By VINCE LUECKE