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Today's Sports

  • Pacers did as well as could be...

    Yahoo Sports gave the Indiana Pacers a D-minus grade on their trade of Paul George to Oklahoma City for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis.
    But I believe the Pacers did as well as anyone should expect under the circumstances.
    George has one year left on his current contract and said he would not re-sign with the Pacers next summer and wants to play for his hometown Los Angeles Lakers.
    The Pacers then had to trade George to get something for him instead of getting nothing in return a year from now when he would leave as a free agent.

  • Men’s league handling five-game...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    EVANSTON—The Evanston Men’s Softball League normally plays only on Friday nights, with Wednesdays available for rainout makeups.
    So when a record 11 teams - two more than last year - wanted to play in the league this season, the league went to five games a night, with one team having a bye each week.
    The games are scheduled to start at 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 p.m. But there are no time limits on the games, so a slugfest could push the last game to an 11 p.m. start or later.

  • Talley gets to play golf in...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    FRENCH LICK—The site of last weekend’s Donald Ross Centennial Classic in the Symetra women’s professional golf tour was less than 50 miles from Tell City, so Emma Talley got to play in front of a lot of Tell City fans.
    Talley grew up in Princeton, Ky., but she has Tell City roots.
    Her grandfather, the late Joe Talley, was the longtime football coach and athletic director at Tell City High School.

  • Class Basketball Classic alters...

    The Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic was my favorite high school all-star game the first eight years it was held because it gave the top Class A and 2A players from the state a chance to compete against each other.
    Perry Countians who competed in the senior boys and girls games through the years were Andy Chinn, Lauren Goffinet, Chris Kohnert, Sarah Powers, Tanner Cassidy and Brittany Parker, and all of them did pretty well.

  • Chestnut runs mile in 4:46

    PENDLETON—Tell City freshman-to-be Kaden Chestnut placed sixth in the Middle School Boys Miracle Mile Championships May 26.

  • Wahl commits to Eastern Illinois

    LINCOLN CITY—Heritage Hills senior-to-be Abby Wahl verbally committed last week to play college basketball for Eastern Illinois University.
    Wahl, a forward/center listed at 6-foot-1, will be the first Heritage Hills girl to play basketball for an NCAA Division I school.
    She was the top vote-getter on the All-PAC team last winter as she averaged 20.0 points, 9.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game. She hit a school-record 57.9 percent from the field and 83.4 percent at the free-throw line.

  • IHSAA dead week makes sports...

    A sparse area summer sports schedule just got sparser.
    Rockport’s American Legion baseball team canceled six consecutive games scheduled July 1 through July 8.
    A team spokesman told the Spencer County Journal-Democrat that the games were canceled because several players wanted to go on vacation this week, apparently leaving not enough players to field a team.
    Why did a bunch of them all want to go on vacation the same week?

  • Talley to golf in French Lick...

    FRENCH LICK—Emma Talley, daughter and granddaughter of Tell City High School Athletic Hall of Famers, will compete in a women’s professional golf tourney at French Lick’s Hill Course this Friday through Sunday.

  • Nobles 1st, 2nd in qualifier

    LEXIINGTON, Ky.—Evan and Andrew Noble of Tell City participated in the Road to the Masters 2018 Drive, Chip, and Putt Championship local qualifier June 30 and both advanced.

  • Perry Central takes conference...

    LEOPOLD – In the season finale, Perry Central beat West Washington 13-0 in five innings in eighth grade baseball Thursday to win the PLAC title and finish conference play unbeaten.

    The Commodores finished the season 18-2 and 4-0 against PLAC opponents.

    “Last year these guys were one win away from winning conference,” Perry Central Coach Alton Cummings said. “Coming out this year, they had a chip on their shoulder.

    “They took care of business every conference game.”