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Today's News

  • Wildcats outrebound Commodores for title

    TELL CITY—Mater Dei used its quickness to beat Perry Central to offensive rebounds and defeated the Commodores 45-27 to win the Class 2A girls basketball sectional Saturday.

    The Wildcats had a slight height advantage overall. But Perry Central Coach Bill Dickerson said the main reason they outrebounded the Commodores 33-20 was “they outquicked us to the ball. They’re quick and talented—they’re a very good team.”

    The game was close most of the way, though.

  • Froehlich second in semistate

    EVANSVILLE—Tell City’s Dylan Froehlich placed second in the 215-pound weight class at the IHSAA wrestling semistate Saturday.

    Froehlich won his first three matches to bring his season record to 45-0, extending his school record for most consecutive victories and tying Nick Lain for most wins in a season.

    In the finals he met another undefeated wrestler, Evan Wooding of Mooresville.

    Each scored an escape in regulation, sending the match to overtime tied 1-1.

  • Eagles run past Cannelton

    LANESVILLE—Cannelton could not match Lanesville’s athleticism and lost 93-58 in boys basketball Saturday.

    Lanesville outshot the Bulldogs from the field 54.9 percent to 32.1 percent.  Cannelton did shoot free throws well, hitting 19 of 22.

    The game started well for the Bulldogs. After the Eagles scored on their opening possession, Cannelton scored seven unanswered points.

    “We got off to a good start,” said Cannelton Coach Brian Garrett.  “But then Lanesville picked up their defensive intensity.”

  • Vikings hit layups to beat Perry Central

    LEOPOLD—Working the ball inside consistently, North Posey hit 60.5 percent from the field to beat Perry Central 66-49 in boys basketball Saturday afternoon.

    The Vikings did hit three three-point baskets and an 18-footer among their five first-quarter field goals.

    But they also made one layup that quarter and 13 in the last three quarters, plus another shot from five feet.

    Viking center Bryce Pearson hit 10 of 11 from the field, with all of his baskets coming on layups.

  • Wagner 25th at state

    INDIANAPOLIS—Amanda Wagner finished 25th in the 100-yard breaststroke, Tell City’s best finish in the IHSAA girls state swim meet last weekend.

    Wagner swam that race in 1:09.77, 15-hundredths of a second faster than her sectional winning time.

    Wagner, Chelsea Malone, Erika Hauenstein and C.J. Fentress finished 27th in the 200 free relay in 1:43.79, 74-hundredths of a second slower than their sectional time.

    Those same four girls were 29th in the 200 medley relay in 1:55.75, 1.93 seconds slower than their sectional time.

  • Three games postponed

    Because of another heavy snowfall, all three Perry County boys basketball teams had games postponed Monday or Tuesday to later this week.

    Perry Central’s game at Forest Park was postponed from Monday to Wednesday.

    Tell City’s game at Hancock County was postponed from Tuesday to tonight, with the varsity starting at 7:30.

    Cannelton’s home game with Whitesville Trinity was postponed from Tuesday to Friday at 7:30 p.m.

  • Hahus, Dickerson shoot PC past Rebels

    TELL CITY—Hot perimeter shooting by Hilarie Hahus and Deidra Dickerson carried Perry Central past South Spencer 44-40 in the first round of the Tell City Class 2A girls basketball sectional Wednesday.

    Hahus hit 5 of 7 three-point shots, tying the school record for most three-pointers made in a game set by Lindsey Ransome against Forest Park Feb. 10, 2006.

    Dickerson added three three-pointers and hit a 17-footer from the top of the key to tie the score 38-38 with less than three minutes left.

  • Commodores' defense stops Marksmen

    TELL CITY—A constant for Perry Central’s girls basketball team has been strong defense, and it carried the Commodores past Tell City 42-21 in the Class 2A sectional semifinals Friday.

    The Commodores held the Marksmen to 31.0 percent field-goal shooting and limited them to 29 shots by forcing 19 turnovers and outrebounding them 39-24.

    Limiting the number of Tell City shots was important because the Commodores hit only 31.4 percent from the field themselves. But they had 22 more attempts and also got to the foul line four more times.

  • Cannelton's shooting cold in loss to Braves

    LYNNVILLE—Cannelton could not overcome its shooting woes in a 71-47 loss to Tecumseh in the girls Class A basketball sectional semifinals Friday.

    The Bulldogs hit just 10 of 40 field goal attempts for the game for 25 percent, while the Braves connected on 25 of 52 for 48.1 percent.

    The Braves started the game shooting the ball well on their home floor as they built a 26-12 first-quarter lead.

    The Bulldogs seemed to settle down a little in the second quarter and outscored the Braves 11-9 in the period to go into halftime down by 12 points.

  • Sprinkle, Sears have stayed involved in sports throughout

    Jim Sprinkle and Nick Sears, two of the men who will be inducted into Tell City High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame Friday, both went into coaching after playing four sports at Tell City and one in college.

    Both no longer coach, but both have remained active in sports.

    After coaching boys cross country one year at Perry Central and boys and girls swimming at Mount Vernon and Vincennes Lincoln, Sears, 31, is in his first year as athletics director at Indian Creek High School.