Today's Sports

  • Forest Park shuts out Tell City

    FERDINAND—Tell City couldn’t get any shots past the goalie as it lost to Forest Park 4-0 in PAC boys soccer Tuesday.
    “We had probably 10 shots on goal, but we’ve got to get in the habit of shooting away from the goalkeeper,” said Tell City Coach Pat Jarboe.
    He added, “The game was closer than what the score tells you. Forest Park scored a couple of fluke goals.

  • Tell City tennis team falls twice

    TELL CITY—Chandler Lacy prevailed in a three-set No. 1 singles match but Tell City lost to Tecumseh 4-1 in PAC boys tennis Tuesday.
    “Chandler had to fight hard in the third set, and it was great to see him battle so hard and get the win,” said Tell City Coach Nick Weyer. “I’m not sure he would have won that match earlier in the season or last year.”
    Tell City lost 5-0 Monday at Northeast Dubois, which has won its last three sectionals.
    Monday’s Results
    Northeast Dubois 5, Tell City 0

  • Tell City beats 1 of 4 opponents

    TELL CITY—With one player sick Monday, Tell City’s girls golf team lost by forfeit to Heritage Hills.

  • PC’s Graham wins Harrison...

    EVANSVILLE—Marcus Graham was the individual winner to lead Perry Central’s boys cross country team to 11th place in the 15-team Dennis Bays Warrior Invitational boys cross country meet Saturday.
    Graham completed the 5-kilometer Angel Mounds course in 16:34.3 to beat runner-up Adam Babillis by 11.7 seconds.
    Perry Central’s next scorer in the 214-runner field was Jonathan Bashor, 49th in 19:11.6.
    Other Commodore scorers were Steven Beckman, 63rd in 19:46.3; Dylan Hubert, 77th in 20:09.3; and Logan Hubert, 102nd in 20:40.2

  • Cannelton boys hope for...

    Sports Editor

    CANNELTON—Other than running two meets last year, Cannelton hasn’t fielded a full boys cross country team in 15 years.
    There are 18 boys on the roster - all the ones who plan to go out for the school’s basketball team this winter.
    But a non-basketball coach is coaching the team and hopes to be competitive despite getting a somewhat late start.

  • Perry Central 1-2 in own...

    LEOPOLD—Payton Emmons made four kills and Brooke Mullis added three as Perry Central beat South Central 25-22, 25-21 in the first match of Perry Central’s volleyball Tipoff Tourney Saturday.
    Perry Central lost its other two matches to Henryville 25-10, 25-19 and to Southridge 25-15, 26-24.
    Ryann Lynch made seven digs in the win over South Central and Mullis added four. Kirstyn Linne had five assists and Addy Davis added four.

  • Wolfpack will bring running...

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Kevin Mills got Crawford County’s football coaching job late in the summer but is trying to turn the team around.
    Mills, who was 99-72 in 16 years as Springs Valley’s coach, will bring his 0-2 Wolfpack to Perry Central Friday at 6:30 p.m. for the Commodores’ first PLAC game of the season.

  • Athletic Rebels will test Tell...

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City will try to contain South Spencer’s speed when they meet in PAC football Friday at 7 p.m.
    “They’re very athletic,” Tell City Coach Josh Teague said about the Rebels, who use a variety of formations on offense.
    He said Landon Bartlett, a 5-foot-8, 160-pound senior running back, “is a very good runner. He’s torched us the past couple of years.

  • TC 2-1 in Harrison tourney

    EVANSVILLE—Morgan Schuetter made 11 digs as Tell City beat Gibson Southern 25-19, 14-25, 15-10 to finish Harrison’s volleyball tourney Saturday.
    The Marksmen beat Harrison 25-19, 25-11 and lost to Evansville North 25-19, 25-19 earlier in the day.
    Kohnert made 11 kills and Kammie Jo Hayes added nine in the win over Gibson Southern.
    Rachel Malone had 13 assists and served nine points. Emily Hagedorn made seven digs to back Schuetter in that department.
    Schuetter served two aces.

  • Marksmen outserve Bosse

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    TELL CITY—Strong serving by MaKaylee Buntin and Morgan Schuetter helped Tell City beat Bosse 25-13, 16-25, 25-11, 25-15 in volleyball Tuesday.
    Schuetter served 19 points, including five aces.
    Buntin served 10 points at a crucial point in the first game.
    Tell City led only 11-9 in that game when she went back to serve. She served the next 10 points to give the Marksmen a safe 21-9 lead.
    She served two consecutive aces in the middle of that streak.