By LARRY GOFFINET
LEOPOLD—Perry Central’s more experienced line and superior passing game made the difference as the Commodores beat Tell City 36-19 in Friday’s football season opener.
Both teams were sloppy at times, with each committing six fumbles and losing two.
Perry Central also racked up seven penalties for a total of 70 yards.
Perry Central had a 243 to 127 advantage in rushing yards and scored three rushing touchdowns compared with two for the Marksmen.