en Tell City boys aim for sectional repeat <img src="" alt="Tell City sprinters Jackson Ramsey (center) and Elliott Brown work on their starts as Coach Zac Hartz watches during the team’s practice Friday morning." title="Tell City sprinters Jackson Ramsey (center) and Elliott Brown work on their starts as Coach Zac Hartz watches during the team’s practice Friday morning." align="left" hspace="6" width="74" height="85" /><p> By LARRY GOFFINET<br /> Sports Editor<br /> <br /> TELL CITY&mdash;Tell City&rsquo;s boys track team has won four sectionals, including two in the last four years.<br /> But the Marksmen have never won consecutive sectionals, something they think they have a good chance to do this year.<br /> They graduated 11 seniors, including their top throwers and hurdler and some key distance runners, from last year&rsquo;s team that was undefeated until placing second in the regional to Harrison.<br /> Pitching will be key to Tell City’s season <p> By LARRY GOFFINET<br /> Sports Editor<br /> <br /> TELL CITY&mdash;The good news for Tell City&rsquo;s baseball team is it is ranked 10th in the state in the coaches&rsquo; Class 2A preseason poll.<br /> The bad news is that is only the fourth best ranking in the Marksmen&rsquo;s sectional, which remains the state&rsquo;s toughest in their class.<br /> But they may have the pitching quality and depth needed to survive that sectional.<br /> Hitting may be Cannelton’s biggest asset <p> By LARRY GOFFINET<br /> Sports Editor<br /> <br /> CANNELTON&mdash;With five starters returning from last year&rsquo;s sectional game and some talented newcomers, Cannelton&rsquo;s baseball team hopes to improve on last year&rsquo;s 3-17 record.<br /> The Bulldogs scored 55 runs as they won their first three games last year, but they scored a total of only 10 runs in their last six games.<br /> New assistant coach Michael Snyder expects their offense to be more consistent this year.<br /> Marksman girls hope to compete for PAC <p> By LARRY GOFFINET<br /> Sports Editor<br /> <br /> TELL CITY&mdash;Tell City&rsquo;s girls track team started last season with 22 girls, the most in 16 years, and that depth paid off with its highest conference finish in 26 years.<br /> The Marksmen have 22 girls again this year, but a lack of depth in some events may make it hard to move up from last year&rsquo;s second-place PAC finish.<br /> They have plenty of depth in both throwing events. Kassidie Hayes returns in both after winning the regional and placing eighth in the state in the shot put.<br /> Tell City spring schedules <p> Varsity Baseball<br /> March<br /> 31&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Princeton&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;T&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;5:30<br /> April<br /> 4&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Hancock County&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;H&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;12:00<br /> 7&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Heritage Hills&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;T&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;4:30<br /> 8&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Tecumseh&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;H&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;5:00<br /> 9&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;South Central&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;T&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;5:30<br /> 11&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;South Spencer&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;T&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;1:00<br /> Rowe underclass all-state honorable mention <p> TELL CITY&mdash;Tell City junior guard Hunter Rowe received honorable mention on the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association&rsquo;s Underclass all-state team released Thursday.<br /> Rowe led the Marksmen with 14.0 points per game and was third on the team in rebounding at 3.8 per game.<br /> He hit 40.7 percent from the field, including 34.9 percent from three-point range, and 68.8 percent at the free-throw line.<br /> Mater Dei junior guard Devan Straub made the 15-man Underclass all-state team from Class A and 2A schools.</p> Cannelton’s spring sports schedules <p> Varsity Girls Softball<br /> April<br /> 10&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Tecumseh&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;A&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;5:00<br /> 14&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Lanesville&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;A&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;5:00<br /> 16&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Crawford County&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;A&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;4:30<br /> 21&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Tell City&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;A&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;5:00<br /> 29&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Perry Central&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;A&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;4:30<br /> May<br /> 9&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Crothersville&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;A&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;11:00<br /> Perry Central spring schedules <p> Varsity Baseball<br /> April<br /> 3&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;South Spencer&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;A&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;5:00<br /> 4&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Orleans&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;H&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;10:00<br /> 6&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Forest Park JV&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;H&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;5:00<br /> 7&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Corydon Central&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;A&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;5:30<br /> 8&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;North Harrison&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;A&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;5:00<br /> 11&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;North Posey&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;H&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;11:00<br />