Today's News

  • Tell City blocks Raiders

    HUNTINGBURG—Tell City made 13 kill blocks in a 25-6, 25-17, 25-14 PAC volleyball win over Southridge Thursday.
    “That’s the most we’ve ever had I think,” said Tell City Coach Dalonda Hayes. “We did a great job blocking at the net. And our passing was excellent tonight.”
    Sisters McKenzie and Kassidie Hayes each made five blocks, with each getting three solos. Logan Flannagan added three blocks—two solos.
    McKenzie Hayes also had 19 kills, five assists and nine digs.

  • Developing depth could help PC girls go to state

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central will be one of the favorites in this fall’s girls cross country sectional and could go much further if a fifth runner moves up near the top four.
    The Commodores return their top four scorers from last year’s regional and semistate: Cathryn Peter, Jessica Theis, Megan Thomas and Marie Schwartz.

  • Commodores looking to claim first regional

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Football is the only sport in which Perry Central has won a regional, but Coach Jason Barnett thinks the Commodores’ boys cross country team has a good shot at it this year.
    The Commodores have won six consecutive Jasper sectionals in that sport and placed second to North Harrison in the regional twice, including last year.

  • TC can’t capitalize on scoring chances

    Sports Correspondent

    TELL CITY—Turnovers and penalties hurt Tell City in a 7-6 season-opening loss to Mount Vernon Friday.

  • Corydon’s big plays doom Commodores

    Sports Editor

    CORYDON—A fumble not called against Corydon and one that was against Perry Central helped turn the game around as Corydon beat Perry Central 45-36 in season-opening football Friday.

  • Cannelton Schools Audit: Fired superintendent helped himself to more than $200,000 in excess pay

    CANNELTON – A Cannelton City Schools audit released Tuesday paints a damning picture of the actions of former Schools Superintendent Al Chapman, who allegedly showered himself with more than $200,000 in extra pay while the school district was cutting positions and struggling to keep its lights on.

    According to the State Board of Accounts audit, Chapman will be asked to pay back more than $200,000 in money in salary and fees he paid himself. The amount includes travel allowances for which no receipts were submitted and grant-management fees.

  • Spikes 2nd in 9-U World Series

    OWENSBORO, Ky.—Bren Miller hit .667 as the Southern Indiana Spikes placed second in the age-9-and-under Baseball Players Association World Series July 25-29.

  • Tell City defeats Vikings in opener

    TELL CITY—Tell City won two singles and one doubles match in straight sets to beat North Posey 3-2 in a boys tennis season opener Tuesday.
    All-state candidate Anjan Kashyab dominated No. 1 singles, shutting out Kyle Voegel 6-0, 6-0.
    The Marksmen also won No. 3 singles, where Zach Fisher beat Grant Scheller 6-3, 6-2.
    Tyler Groves and freshman Kevin Yeung beat Christian Jones and Chase Wilderman 6-2, 6-1 in No. 2 doubles for the Marksmen’s other win.
    North Posey’s Reed Gerteisen beat freshman Jake Swihart 6-3, 6-0 in No. 2 singles.

  • Marksmen nip Chargers in extra time

    TELL CITY—Matthew Cole scored the game’s only goal in the first extra period as Tell City defeated Pike Central 1-0 in PAC boys soccer Tuesday.
    After the match had been scoreless for 83 minutes, Cole got the ball to the left of the goal and shot it in three minutes into the extra period.
    Tell City’s defense then held the Chargers the rest of that period and the next (two extra periods are played in soccer so each team gets to shoot at each goal).

  • LaGrange, Linne win revised Schweizer Fest golf tourney

    TELL CITY—Bob Linne came close to winning the Schweizer Fest golf tourney before and finally did it last weekend with the new two-man, best-ball format.