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  • Tell City boys finish 4th in own relay meet

    TELL CITY—Nick Bower, Greg Clayton and David McDaniel each swam on three fourth-place relays to lead Tell City to fourth place in its own boys swimming relay meet Saturday.

    Those three teamed with Hunter Sandage to take fourth in the 250-yard freestyle relay in 2:20.94.

    Bower, Clayton, Jerry Ammon and McDaniel were fourth in the 200 free relay in 1:44.40.

    Justin Peter, Taylor Maddle, Jarrod Clayton and McDaniel placed fourth in the 200 stroke/free relay in 1:51.94.

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  • Commodores sink Bulldogs with depth

    CANNELTON—Perry Central used 13 players and several of them took turns having hot shooting streaks as the Commodores beat Cannelton 61-31 in boys basketball Friday.

    Jacob Schwartz was hot early for the Commodores. He scored six points in the first 2:37 on a rebound basket and two jumpers from 16-17 feet as they jumped to an 8-0 lead.

    Ian Hahus added a transition layup (on a nice assist from Trevor King) and a three-point basket as the Commodores increased their lead to 13-3.

  • Hall, Wilkerson make all-state football teams

    INDIANAPOLIS—Perry Central senior T.J. Hall made two all-state football teams last week as a linebacker.

    Hall was one of four linebackers named to the Associated Press’ Class A all-state team released Thursday.

    He was one of six linebackers named to the Indiana Football Coaches Association’s Class A senior all-state team Friday.

    Another Perry Central player, Mikey Wilkerson, was one of three linebackers named to the IFCA’s Class A junior all-state team Friday.

  • PC girls hit 50 percent in win

    MARENGO—Perry Central hit a season-high 50.0 percent from the field and beat Crawford County 50-34 in PLAC girls basketball Thursday.

    The Commodores won despite committing 19 turnovers and grabbing only five offensive rebounds. “Our shooting made up for a lot of that,” said Perry Central Coach Bill Dickerson.

  • Cold shooting hurts TC in loss to Raiders

    TELL CITY—Tell City hit only 28.1 percent from the field and committed 27 turnovers in a 44-23 PAC girls basketball loss to Southridge Thursday.

    The Marksmen did not score in the first seven minutes, falling behind 7-0. They went 0 for 7 from the field and committed six turnovers in the first quarter.

    Southridge’s 34.0 percent field-goal shooting for the game was only slightly better than the Marksmen’s. But the Raiders took 21 more shots thanks to their committing 17 fewer turnovers and having a 32-28 rebounding edge.

  • Castle outswims Marksman girls

    TELL CITY—Amanda Wagner won two individual events and a relay but Tell City lost to Castle 108-77 in girls swimming Thursday.

    Wagner won the 50-yard freestyle in 26.05 seconds and the 100 breaststroke in 1:11.57.

    She teamed with Erika Hauenstein, C.J. Fentress and Chelsea Malone to win the 200 free relay in 1:48.71.

    Malone won the 100 backstroke in 1:06.46 and took second in the 50 free in 26.16.

    Hauenstein placed second in the 200 individual medley in 2:27.82 and Bailey Malone was third in it in 2:34.48.

  • No. 10 Castle overpowers Tell City

    TELL CITY—Castle’s boys swim team is ranked 10th in the state and demonstrated why in a 126-51 victory over Tell City Thursday.

    The Knights won all three relays and swept the top three places in four of the nine individual events.

    Tell City swept the top three places in the 50-yard freestyle, though.

    Nick Bower won it in 24.73 seconds, Jerry Ammon placed second in 26.90, and David McDaniel took third in 28.31.

  • City to get $246,439 in 'walking-around' money

    CANNELTON - Cannelton is one of six southwestern-Indiana cities selected to get shares of nearly $1.5 million in federal Safe Routes to School funding. Cannelton will get $246,439 to improve sidewalks, curb ramps and drainage at all three of the city's schools.

    "It's great news," Superintendent of Schools Al Chapman said Friday. The school corporation hasn't provided daily bus transportation for three decades, he said, so students who aren't dropped off by parents walk or ride bikes or scooters.