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  • Beard, Seibert lead Tell City past NE Dubois

    TELL CITY—Spenser Beard hit two triples and a single as Tell City beat Northeast Dubois 5-1 in baseball Monday.
    Beard drove in two runs.
    “We had good production out of Beard in the leadoff spot again, we were able to use the bunt to move runners, and we were able to push across runs in some tough hitting counts,” said Tell City Coach Mark Wahl.
    Dayne Seibert pitched the first 51⁄3 innings for the win. He gave up one run and walked two.

  • PC 3200 relay, TC's Galloway qualify for state meet

    EVANSVILLE—Perry Central’s 3200-meter relay team broke its school record as it qualified for the state meet at the girls track regional Tuesday.
    Cathryn Peter, Melissa Hagedorn, Lindsey Gengelbach and Grace James ran the relay in 9:49.79 to place second.
    Terre Haute North won it in 9:35.16, a regional record.
    The top three finishers in each event qualified for state and the top eight scored.
    Tell City senior Kayla Galloway is headed to state for the third year in a row, as she placed third in the discus with a 112-foot-7 throw.

  • Wood Memorial jumps on Cannelton at start

    Sports Editor

    LYNNVILLE—Wood Memorial scored 13 runs in the first inning en route to a 19-0 win over Cannelton in the first round of the Class A girls softball sectional Monday.
    “We just got off to a horrendous start,” said Cannelton Coach Brian Garrett. “The (strike) zone was a little tight early and Sammie (James, Cannelton’s pitcher) got a little frustrated. And we had some plays we should’ve made but didn’t.
    “When you’re chasing 13 (runs), that’s hard to overcome.”
    Wood Memorial had six hits, including a long three-run homer by Allie Minton, in that inning.

  • Vikings stop Tell City

    Sports Editor

    BRETZVILLE—Tell City had only one hit in a 10-1 first-round Class 2A girls softball sectional loss to North Posey Tuesday.
    “We’ve struggled hitting for a while,” said Tell City Coach John Hayes. “Hana (Reed) obviously hit .458, so she’s going to put the ball in play. But we couldn’t put anything together.”
    The game started well for the Marksmen, as they scored the game’s first run in the bottom of the first inning.
    Reed reached base on an error by the third baseman and advanced to third on Julie Lindauer’s double over the center fielder’s head.

  • Reunions, May 24

    LEOPOLD – The Cook-York family reunion will be held June 10 at St. Augustine’s parish hall in Leopold.
    Dinner will be held at noon and each family is asked to take a covered dish. There will be an auction, so take treasured items for the event. Dinnerware will be furnished.
    Family and friends are invited to attend.

  • Fun in the mud!

    Tell City Junior-Senior High School seventh and eighth graders held a mud run May 18, as part of the Student Wellness Awareness Group, sponsored by a grant from Welborn Baptist Foundation.

  • River Sweep set for June 16 along Ohio

    PERRY COUNTY – It’s time for the annual cleaning of the Ohio River and your help is needed. Volunteers are needed for River Sweep 2012 scheduled for June 16, along the shoreline of the Ohio River and its many tributaries.
    River Sweep is a riverbank cleanup that extends the entire length of the Ohio River and beyond. More than 3,000 miles of shoreline will be combed for trash and debris. This is the largest environmental event of its kind and encompasses six states.

  • Cannelton students honor volunteers

  • Stepping Stones speckled frogs

    Stepping Stones Preschool held its graduation May 7. Eight speckled frogs were a part of the festivities. They are, from left, AJ Daum, Molly Goffinet, Gracie Brown, Teyah Mullis, Addison Sommer, Phoebe Angerer, Naomie Schultz and Hunter Kellems. Kellems was also rewarded during the event for reading the most books during the school year.

  • Lincoln Boyhood announces 50th anniversary events

    LINCOLN CITY – This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. In honor of this historic event, the National Park Service has a full calendar of celebratory events.