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Today's News

  • Tell City splits 2 games

    MARENGO—Mike Maddle had three hits and three RBIs as Tell City beat Crawford County 8-5 in baseball Thursday.

    Trent Gunn and Trent Benningfield each added two hits and two RBIs for the Marksmen.

    That gave Gunn a school-record 37 RBIs for the season. The previous record was 34 by Larry Parker in 1983.

    Maddle hit a two-run homer over the left-field fence in Tell City’s five-run fifth inning. Gunn added a solo homer that inning.

  • Marksmen nip Chargers 2-1

    TELL CITY—Sydney Grass went 2 for 2 with two RBIs as Tell City beat Pike Central 2-1 in PAC girls softball Wednesday.

    The win was Tell City’s school-record 13th of the season.

    The Marksmen scored both their runs in the second inning. Amber Thomas singled, Courtney Cain reached base on an error, and Hana Reed singled to load the bases.

    Grass followed with a double to score Thomas and Cain.

    Josalyn Ress pitched a three-hitter for Tell City for her 12th win of the season. She walked two and struck out five.

  • Commodores shut out twice

    REO—Perry Central had only three hits in 10 innings as it was shut out in girls softball road games Thursday and Friday.

    Hilarie Hahus and Tara Claise hit consecutive singles in the fourth inning for the Commodores’ only hits in a 13-0 loss to South Spencer Thursday.

    South Spencer pitcher Brooke Rust walked two and struck out eight in the five-inning game.

    Kristi Brumfield pitched a complete game for Perry Central. She gave up 11 hits and three walks and struck out three.

  • Hayes stifles Bulldogs' bats

    LEOPOLD—Stephen Hayes pitched a three-hitter as Perry Central beat Cannelton 8-1 in baseball Thursday.

    Perry Central improved to 14-8, tying the school record for most wins set in 2006 and 2007.

    Ethan Herzog, the second batter of the game, hit a home run for Cannelton. It hit the top of the left-field fence and then bounced on the other side of the fence.

    Hayes shut the Bulldogs out the rest of the way, though, as he raised his record to 3-0.

    He walked none, struck out nine, and retired the last 14 batters he faced.

  • Davis wins 3200 race in girls track sectional

    LEOPOLD—Tiffany Davis won the 3200-meter run to lead Tell City to sixth place in the 11-team IHSAA girls track sectional Tuesday.

    Forest Park won with 141 points. Tell City scored 57, Perry Central was seventh with 30, and Cannelton tied for 10th with 7.

    The top eight finishers in each event scored and the top four qualified for the regional, to be held at Evansville Central Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

  • Marksmen blast PC with 12-run inning

    TELL CITY—Trent Gunn drove in five runs in the third inning as Tell City beat Perry Central 14-0 in baseball Monday.

    The game was a scoreless tie after two innings, and neither team had hit the ball hard.

    But the Marksmen, who started their second time through the batting order in the third inning, did hit the ball hard then as they scored 12 runs in the inning.

    Trent Benningfield led off with a single to right field. Andy Chinn followed with a fly ball to deep left-center that the center fielder dropped after making a long run to it.

  • Marksmen tie record with 12th win of season

    TELL CITY—Josalyn Ress pitched a four-hitter as Tell City beat South Spencer 4-1 in PAC girls softball Tuesday.

    Ress also pitched a two-hitter as the Marksmen beat North Harrison 5-2 in a non-conference road game Saturday.

    The two victories gave the Marksmen a 12-8 record, tying the school record for most wins set in 2007.

    With only one regular-season game and the sectional left, it also assured the Marksmen of their first above .500 record since the team went 7-5 in its first season in 1996.

  • Marksmen split with Wildcats

    MOUNT VERNON—Tell City had 22 hits as it split a baseball doubleheader with Mount Vernon Saturday.

    Tell City won the second game 10-6 behind a 12-hit attack.

    Kyle Osborne drove in four runs for the Marksmen that game as he went 3 for 4. Andy Chinn and Trent Gunn each hit a two-run double.

    Chinn and Nick Kleaving each had two hits.

    Jordan Rhodes picked up the win in relief. Flannagan walked nine and struck out two before being relieved in the fourth inning.

    Tell City lost the first game 5-3 despite outhitting the Wildcats 10-5.

  • PC crushes Springs Valley

    FRENCH LICK—Andrew Harpenau pitched a five-hit shutout as Perry Central trounced Springs Valley 10-0 in PLAC baseball Tuesday.

    The Commodores improved to 4-0 in the conference and clinched at least a tie for the title.

    They need to win only one of their last two conference games to win the title outright for the first time in the conference’s 30-year history (they have tied for the title three times).

    Tuesday’s game was scoreless after two innings, but Perry Central scored in each of the next five innings.

  • TC to face PC again in sectional

    TELL CITY—Tell City will face Perry Central in the first round of the Tell City baseball sectional May 28.

    Pairings for the sectionals were drawn by the IHSAA Tuesday.

    The six-team, Class 2A sectional at Tell City’s Frank Clemens Field will start Thursday, May 28, with Forest Park facing South Spencer at 5 p.m.

    That will be followed by Tell City vs. Perry Central at approximately 7:30 p.m.

    The winners of those two games will meet in the first semifinal game 5 p.m. Friday, May 29.