Today's News

  • Bulldogs lose three games

    CANNELTON—Whitesville Trinity took advantage of walks and errors to beat Cannelton 12-2 in the first game of a baseball doubleheader Wednesday.
    Cannelton outhit the Raiders 8-6, with Hunter Herzog and Tristan Simmons each going 3 for 3 with a double.
    Cody Lawalin drove in two runs for Cannelton.
    But Cannelton pitchers Larry Holman and Simmons combined to walk eight, and the Bulldogs committed seven errors to none for the Raiders.

  • Blackhawks rally past PC 6-5

    LEOPOLD—Springs Valley rallied for two runs in the sixth inning to beat Perry Central 6-5 in PLAC baseball Thursday.
    Three hits and a walk fueled the rally that gave the Blackhawks the lead for good.
    Andrew Harpenau pitched 52⁄3 innings for Perry Central to take the loss. He gave up nine hits and two walks and struck out seven.
    Springs Valley left-hander Luke Johnson struck out 11 and walked six.

  • Marksmen record two shutouts, improve to 13-2

    TELL CITY—Tell City’s normally strong baseball offense went cold Friday but the Marksmen still found a way to beat Washington 5-0.
    Shane Weedman pitched a two-hit shutout to raise his record to 6-0. He struck out 10 and walked none.
    Two Washington pitchers combined to pitch a no-hitter against Tell City, but they were victimized by walks and six Hatchet errors.
    The walks and errors helped Tell City score four runs in the third inning.

  • TC girls overpower Boonville

    TELL CITY—Katlyn Braunecker and Logan Flannagan each won three individual events as Tell City trounced Boonville 90-38 in girls track Thursday.
    Braunecker won the 100-meter dash in 13.78 seconds, the 200 in 29.12, and the pole vault at 7 feet, 6 inches.
    Flannagan won the 100 hurdles in 16.42, the 300 hurdles in 47.72, and the high jump at 5 feet, 1 inch.
    The Marksmen also won all the distance races.
    Andyn Rowe took the 1600 in 5:46, Tori Payne won the 800 in 2:45, and Hanna Goffinet won the 3200 in 13:18.

  • Marksmen rout Pioneers

    TELL CITY—Zach Wilson won two individual races and two relays as Tell City crushed Boonville 100-32 in boys track Thursday.
    Wilson won the 1600-meter run in 4:39.56 and the 800 in 2:08.12.
    He teamed with Logan Smithson, Devin McDaniel and Johnny Ho to win the 3200 relay in 11:06.
    Wilson, Tyler Dauby, Colton Thomas and Ryan Henrickson won the 1600 relay in 3:44.64.
    Henrickson also won the 400 dash in 50.69 seconds and the 200 in 22.91.
    David McDaniel won the high jump at 6 feet, 2 inches and the 300 intermediate hurdles in 42.31.

  • PC ties for 1st at Dubois

    DUBOIS—Perry Central set school and meet records in the 3200-meter relay en route to tying for first place in the five-team Dubois Relays girls track meet Friday.
    Perry Central and Forest Park each scored 126 points. Northeast Dubois was third with 124.
    “That’s the first time we’ve gotten a trophy (in this meet),” said Perry Central Coach Becky Genet.
    Lavina Schwartz, Susan Schwartz, Melissa Hagedorn and Cathryn Peter won the 3200 relay in 10:31.
    Peter also won the 1600 run, the only individual event.

  • TC overtakes PC late

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Tell City scored 11 runs in the seventh inning to overtake Perry Central for a 16-9 girls softball victory Thursday.

  • TC defeats PC 4-1

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Trent Gunn’s home run provided the only earned run of the game as Tell City beat Perry Central 4-1 in baseball Wednesday.

  • Hollinden awarded Raise the Lid honors

    The Tell City High School Renaissance Leadership Class selected Chris Hollinden as the recent Raise the Lid Award winner. He was nominated and chosen for being an outstanding assistant principal and coach for the track and cross-country teams.

  • TCJSHS students of the month

    The Students of the Month for April at Tell City Junior-Senior High School have been chosen. These students either have made improvements in their class or stood out to the staff. They are freshman Brennan Malone, sophomore Victoria Yuen, junior Rachel Braun and senior T.J. Dilger.