Today's Sports

  • Marksmen use balance for win

    TELL CITY—Katie Goffinet and Madison Mathena gave Tell City a strong outside-inside attack as the Marksmen defeated Lanesville 48-39 in girls basketball Saturday.
    Goffinet, a 5-foot-5 sophomore guard, scored a game-high 16 points on 6 of 12 field-goal shooting and 4 of 8 free throws.
    Mathena, a 5-10 junior center, scored 13 points on 6 of 10 field-goal shooting and 1 of 2 free throws.
    Forward Emma Kohnert added 11 points. She did most of her scoring at the free-throw line, where she hit 7 of 8.

  • Offensive rebounds help PC girls...

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central pounded the boards for 20 offensive rebounds in the second half to overtake South Spencer 55-48 in girls basketball Tuesday.
    South Spencer outshot the Commodores from the field 48.7 percent to 31.1 percent and came out especially hot at the start, building a 24-8 lead in the first 9:02.

  • Hayes propels Memphis past...

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Tell City graduate McKenzie Hayes made 12 kills and nine blocks as the University of Memphis beat third-place University of Cincinnati 3-1 in an American Conference volleyball match Wednesday.
    Hayes led the Tigers in blocks and tied two others for the team lead in kills.
    Memphis improved to 15-13 overall, 6-9 in the American Conference. Cincinnati fell to 16-10 overall, 8-7 in the conference.
    For the season Hayes, a 6-foot junior, is second on Memphis’ team in kills with 251 and second on the team in blocks with 68.

  • Cannelton to start Athletic Hall...

    Cannelton High School is making plans to start its own Athletic Hall of Fame, becoming the second school in Perry County to do so and joining many other schools in southern Indiana.
    Most Cannelton teams haven’t enjoyed a lot of success on the court or field recently, but the Bulldogs have had a great number of outstanding athletes and teams in the past.

  • Perry Central girls outrebound...

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central dominated the offensive boards to beat Mitchell 48-41 in PLAC girls basketball Friday.
    “I thought we did a good job rebounding tonight,” said Perry Central Coach Ty Guillaume. “We had 18 offensive rebounds and Mitchell only had 21 total - five of them offensive.
    “They were a little taller than us overall. But I thought our girls did a good job of keeping them off the boards, and we did a good job attacking the boards and getting a lot of second-chance points.”

  • Tell City’s defense stops...

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City made 27 steals and defeated Cannelton 70-6 in girls basketball Friday.
    The Marksmen put pressure on the ball and played the passing lanes well in the halfcourt, and both caused problems for Cannelton’s inexperienced ball-handlers.
    “We wouldn’t get it out of the middle of the floor,” said Cannelton Coach Mike Garrett. “We’d dribble down the middle of the floor and make a long pass.”

  • Tell City 8th grade wins season...

    TELL CITY—Addison Fella scored nine points as Tell City beat Hancock County 27-19 in eighth grade girls basketball Monday.

  • Corydon subdues Perry Central

    CORYDON—Perry Central committed 23 turnovers, including 13 in the first half, in a 48-35 girls basketball loss to Corydon Tuesday.
    “I think our turnovers were really the deciding factor tonight,” said Perry Central Coach Ty Guillaume. “Right now we’re not making good decisions against pressure. Until we handle that, we’re going to have trouble.

  • St. Jude walk/run/bike planned...

    TELL CITY—The Saturday Morning Get Up and Walk/Run/Bike for St. Jude Hospital will be held this Saturday at 8 a.m. starting from St. Paul Church.
    Pledges for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will be collected from walkers/runners/bicyclists and handed to Katie Chinn Weyer, a former St. Jude’s patient when she had lymphoma. Weyer will deliver the donations to St. Jude’s in Memphis Dec. 5.
    Weyer will also participate in the event.

  • Bulldogs can’t handle South...

    Sports Editor

    REO—Cannelton committed 25 turnovers in the first half - most of them against South Spencer’s full-court pressure - and lost to the Rebels 70-17 in girls basketball Tuesday.
    The Rebels made 20 steals in the first half and 32 for the game, though they did not press in the second half.
    They used a variety of presses in the first half, including a 2-2-1, 1-2-1-1, man-to-man, and 1-3-1 three-quarters court.