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Today's News

  • K of C finishes undefeated in Tell City’s major league

    TELL CITY—Jamon Burchett hit a grand slam as the Knights of Columbus beat Home Mutual Insurance 12-1 to win the Cal Ripken Major League (age-11-12) playoff tourney last Thursday.

    The score was tied 1-1 after two innings.

    K of C took the lead for good on Phillip Kehl’s two-run triple in the third inning and broke the game open with Burchett’s grand slam in the fourth.

    Burchett went 3 for 4 with five RBIs. Kehl added two RBIs and Justin Stiles hit an RBI double.

  • Moose shuts out all three AAA playoff opponents

    TELL CITY—Strong pitching allowed Moose to shut out all three of its opponents in the AAA (age-9-10) Cal Ripken League playoff tourney last week.

    Moose beat Schaefer & Paulin Auto Parts 12-0, German American Bank 15-0, and German American Bank again 9-0 Friday to win the double-elimination tourney undefeated.

    Travis Burchett struck out 11 and gave up no hits and no walks in four innings as he was the winning pitcher in the championship game.

    Bryson Naviaux pitched the last inning for Moose, giving up one hit and no walks and striking out one.

  • Perry Central splits twinbill

    CORYDON—Perry Central scored five runs in the third inning to beat Corydon 6-3 in the first game of a Teen League baseball doubleheader Monday.

    The Commodores had seven hits for the game, with five of them coming in the third inning.

    Zach Foster’s two-run double was the big blow of that inning.

    Brad Douglas had two hits for the game and drove in one run for the Commodores.

    Joey Peter pitched a four-hitter for the win. He walked two and struck out two.

    Corydon won the second game 2-1 in six innings.

  • Tell City splits with Rangers

    FERDINAND—Jordan Heck pitched a shutout and hit a double as Tell City beat Forest Park 6-0 in the second game of a Diamond League baseball doubleheader Tuesday.

    “Heck was great on the mound,” said Tell City Coach Mark Wahl.

    The Marksmen backed him with great defense.

    “We had two double plays and threw out a runner at the plate on a double steal,” noted Wahl.

    Forest Park won the first game 3-1.

  • Benningfield gets second relief win for Rockport in Legion baseball

    ROCKPORT—Tell City senior Trent Benningfield struck out three in three relief innings as Rockport beat Henderson, Ky., 5-3 in American Legion baseball Saturday.

    Benningfield entered the game at the start of the seventh inning with the score tied 2-2 and went on to pick up his second relief victory for Post 254.

    He gave up one hit, two walks and one run.

    Rockport also beat Albion, Ill., 10-0 Saturday.

    Tell City senior Trent Gunn drove in two runs in that game.

  • Hair Razors improves to 7-0

    TELL CITY—Strong pitching and a balanced hitting attack helped Hair Razors remain undefeated in Tell City’s age-13-16 girls softball league Monday.

    Allicyn Garrett had two hits and Taylor McFarling and Courtney Blinzinger each added a triple as Hair Razors beat Braun Plumbing & Heating 12-5.

    Katelyn Kaufman struck out six and walked only one in four innings as she picked up the win.

    Tori Payne had two hits for Braun’s.

    Hair Razors raised its record to 7-0.

  • How to contact us--and why you might want to

    We have a new telephone system at the Perry County News, so those who want to call me after 5 p.m. need to know my new extension number.

    From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday you can still call our same main line, 547-3424, and talk to a live person who will connect you directly to me if I am here or to my voice mail if I am not.

    People who call me with results in the evenings can now dial our newsroom at 548-2218 and I or editor Vince Luecke will likely answer it without your having to go through our voice-mail system.

  • Commissioners hire jail architect

    TELL CITY - "People need to understand that this committee doesn't want to build a jail, but we need to," County Commissioner Bill Amos said during a regular meeting Wednesday.

    "There's not a great appetite for this from anybody," county attorney Chris Goffinet added during discussion that led to the commissioners approving the employment of the Indianapolis architectural firm DLZ, one of three that responded to a request for proposals.

  • Many local ISTEP scores higher than state averages

    PERRY COUNTY - Most scores posted by Perry Central and Tell City-Troy Township students in Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress were higher than statewide averages, with double-digit differences in a number of cases.

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