Today's Sports

  • Taylor’s team 2nd in NSA world...

    EVANSVILLE— Former Tell City athlete Caitlin Taylor helped Indiana Sisters place second in the age-14-and-under National Softball Association Class B Northern World Series July 18-24.

  • Triple play helps EverBody’s...

    TELL CITY—EverBody’s Fitness Center used 20 hits and a triple play to defeat Corn Island Shipyard 15-0 in the first round of the Tell City Women’s Softball League’s playoff tourney Monday.

  • Tri-State Service sweeps Tell...

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tri-State Service & Maintenance averaged 22 runs per game as it won the Tell City Women’s Softball League playoff tourney Tuesday.
    Casi Hay went 3 for 3 with a double to lead Tri-State past EverBody’s Fitness Center 21-4 in the championship game.
    Felicia Myers and Jennifer Coyle each added a single and a double to Tri-State’s 20-hit attack.

  • Fifty-six Tri-State golfers take...

    TELL CITY - A total of 56 women from the Tri-State area participated in the July 19 Hoosier Heights Country Club Ladies Invitational.
    Results were as follows:
    Flight A-Gross:
    First-Kathy Hilgeman/Monica Weiss-66
    Second- Rese James/Beki Raymer-71
    Third-June Cline/Martha Luckett-72
     Flight A-Net:
    First-Jane Miller/Tammy Thompson-53
    Second-Valerie Bush/Linda Zahn-54
    Third-Jennifer Henderson/Jan Howard-55
    Flight B-Gross:
    First-Brenda Hauser/Rhonda Young-77

  • USI’s Deom ready for college...

    Spencer County Journal-Democrat Sports Editor

  • Schweizer Fest scheduled packed...

    Old-timers baseball game Aug. 9


    TELL CITY – TELL CITY – The 42nd annual Old Timers Baseball Game will be held Tuesday, Aug. 9 at Frank Clemens Field at Walter Hagedorn Park. All tri-state players, both active and inactive, over the age of 40 are encouraged to participate and to wear the uniforms they wore during their playing days (if they still fit).

  • USI’s Deom ready for college...


    Sports Editor


    ROCKPORT – After spending the spring redshirting at the University of Southern Indiana, 2016 Tell City graduate Spenser Deom made up for the lost time off the field this summer playing for Rockport in American Legion baseball.

    “It was wonderful; it took me a little while to get back into it,” Deom said. “I wanted to play; it drove me nuts not playing all spring.”

  • Tri-State Service wraps up women...

    TELL CITY – An error and three singles allowed Tri-State Service & Maintenance to score the winning run in the eighth inning to beat Cash Waggner 10-9 in Tell City Women’s Softball League action Monday.

    Tri-State, 9-0, thus clinched the league’s regular-season title. The loss was Cash Waggner’s second of the season, both to Tri-State.

    An error and singles by Dria Oxley, Alicia Doogs and Amber Taylor fueled Tri-State’s winning rally.

  • Six Hurricanes to participate in...

    INDIANAPOLIS – Six boys from the River City Hurricanes, a Tell City-based baseball travel team, will participate in an all-star tourney at the Grand Parks Sports Complex Aug. 13-14.

    The Hurricanes consist of nine boys from Perry County and one from Hancock County.

    Throughout the season they have participated in several tourneys hosted by Game Day USA.

  • Rockport claims ninth state...





    Spencer County Journal-Democrat

    Sports Editor


    KOKOMO – In a postseason run met with few hiccups, Rockport cruised to a 13-3 win over Kokomo Tuesday to claim its ninth Indiana American Legion baseball state title.

    Entering Tuesday’s title game, Rockport had outscored state tourney opponents by a combined 35-6 score. The finale against Kokomo likewise didn’t offer much resistance.