Today's News

  • Marksmen outshoot Braves

    BOONVILLE—Logan Bolin shot a 40 for medalist honors as Tell City beat Tecumseh 177-216 in boys golf Tuesday.
    Seth Ward shot 44, Matthew Watts 45, and Grant Bolin 48 to complete the Marksmen’s scoring. Nathan Wood was their fifth man with a 50.
    Watts birdied the par-4 No. 7 hole.
    “The boys played really well,” said Tell City Coach Keith Feldpausch. “This is the first time in two years we’ve had all four scores in the 40s.”

  • PC girls 2nd in 4-team meet

    LEOPOLD—Cathryn Peter won two distance races as shorthanded Perry Central placed second in a four-team girls track meet Tuesday.
    Northeast Dubois won with 136 points. Perry Central scored 59.5, Springs Valley 42.5, and Cannelton 4.
    Eight Perry Central athletes, including star sprinter Lindsey Gengelbach, were gone to the regional academic bowl.
    The Commodores did not even enter the 3200-meter relay, as some of the members of that squad were absent.

  • TC wins frosh-soph meet

    DUBOIS—Tell City’s senior-dominated boys track team proved it has some good younger talent also as the Marksmen won Northeast Dubois’ five-team freshman-sophomore invitational Tuesday.
    And they did it with only 10 boys, as “we had some hurt and some at the regional academic bowl,” said Tell City Coach Chris Hollinden.
    “I believe we took the fewest number of athletes to this meet and somehow came out on top by 41 points,” he added.

  • Pioneers nip PC in 8

    LEOPOLD—Boonville scored 11 runs in the last five innings, including two in the eighth, to beat Perry Central 11-9 in baseball Tuesday.
    Perry Central led 9-4 after scoring six runs in the fifth inning.
    The Pioneers tied the score, though, with three runs in the top of the seventh—one of them unearned.
    “Our errors (Perry Central committed three) hurt us tonight,” said Perry Central Coach Phil Zellers.

  • Tell City mauls Titans late

    TELL CITY—Tell City’s offense lit up after a lightning delay as the Marksmen crushed Gibson Southern 10-0 in PAC baseball Monday.
    The game was scoreless through four innings. Then after a 45-minute lightning delay, “our offense came to life,” said Tell City Coach Mark Wahl.
    Cordell Snyder led off the Tell City fifth with a single. Dayne Seibert then hit a 3-2 fastball over the center-field fence for a home run to give the Marksmen a 2-0 lead.

  • Commodores rout Cannelton

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central pounded out 16 hits in four innings to beat Cannelton 15-0 in baseball Monday.

  • PC girls 2nd in invitational

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Cathryn Peter and Ashley Gengelbach each won one event to lead Perry Central to second place in Tell City’s seven-team girls track invitational Saturday.

  • Dauby, Henrickson propel Tell City to invitational title

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tyler Dauby and Ryan Henrickson each won two individual events and a relay as Tell City won its own boys track invitational Saturday.

  • COLUMN: With all of us working together, we can prevent child abuse

    By KELLI WILGUS, Guest Columnist

    April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time dedicated to child-abuse education, awareness and prevention activities.

    The solution is getting to the root of the cause through education and changing behaviors and attitudes and loving and nurturing children. Stopping Violence before it starts helps create happy and healthy children.

  • Special Olympics to host annual meet

    TELL CITY – Special Olympics Indiana, Perry County and Saint Meinrad Archabbey’s Cooperative Action for Community Development Inc. will host the 46th annual track & field and bocce meet at 9 a.m. April 30 at Legion Field in Tell City.

    “Everyone is welcome to attend this event,” said Vicky Lutgring, county coordinator for Special Olympics Indiana-Perry County. “I promise it will give you a better understanding of our Special Olympics athletes.”