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Today's Sports

  • Bulldogs split two games

    CANNELTON—Nakaa Myers’ hot three-pointing shooting helped Cannelton rout Medora 71-41 in girls basketball Friday.

    Myers hit 7 of 9 from three-point range—and 11 of 13 from the field overall—as she scored a career-high 32 points.

    “We shot pretty well this evening,” said Cannelton Coach Mike Garrett. “Nakaa got on a roll.”

    Garrett said Myers, a senior wing player, was able to get open for a lot of three-point shots because Medora “played a soft 3-2 zone and they didn’t cover the wings very well.”

  • Tell City wrestling team strong...

    TELL CITY—In a switch from recent years, the upper weight classes should be the strength of Tell City’s wrestling team this year.

    Injuries and defections have robbed the Marksmen of much of their strength in lower weight classes.

    But they have returning starters in the 152- through 215-pound weight classes.

    At 215 is Dylan Froehlich, a fourth-year starter who went 39-5 and advanced to the semistate last year. He enters this season ranked 12th in the state in his weight class.

  • Wolfpack downs Tell City

    MARENGO—Shooting and ball-handling woes hurt Tell City in a 55-36 girls basketball loss to Crawford County Friday.

    Crawford County applied some full-court pressure early and Tell City committed eight turnovers in the first quarter and 15 in the first half.

    “Honestly I expected them to press us harder,” said Tell City Coach John Lyons. “We’ve been working hard against a press in practice and we’re going to keep working on it.”

  • Rangers hold off PC late

    FERDINAND—Forest Park used a strong inside-outside combination on offense to hold off Perry Central 54-46 in girls basketball Thursday.

    The Rangers, who lacked perimeter shooting the last two years, hit six three-point baskets, including three by junior reserve Jordan Theising.

    Junior center Sarah Hopf supplied most of the Rangers’ inside offense with a team-high 12 points, though “they had two other girls about as big as her,” said Perry Central Coach Bill Dickerson.

  • Little, Rothgerber elected to...

    TELL CITY-Longtime Tell City Babe Ruth League officers Joanie Little and Katie Rothgerber have been elected to the Southern Indiana Babe Ruth Hall of Fame.

    Nominated by Tell City Babe Ruth president and area commissioner George Slunder, Little and Rothgerber were inducted at the annual Southern Indiana Babe Ruth meeting Oct. 8.

    Slunder and Tell City Babe Ruth League director Tom Aldridge are also among about 18 people in the hall, which was started about seven years ago, said Slunder.

  • Scheiber, Goffinet all-state;...

    INDIANAPOLIS—Perry Central junior Eric Scheiber and Tell City sophomore Sarah Goffinet have been named to the Indiana Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches second-team all-state cross country squads.

    Each was honored for schools from Class A and 2A football enrollments.

    Scheiber headed the boys seven-runner 1A-2A second team.

    Two of his teammates, Ian Bashor and Jake Schwartz, were named to the third team. Another, Neal Schwartz, headed the honorable mention list.

  • Hahus on volleyball academic all...

    INDIANAPOLIS—Perry Central libero Hilarie Hahus has been named to the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association’s academic all-state volleyball team.

    To be eligible for the team a player must be a senior and must have at least a 3.5 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale.

    She also must have scored at least 1,110 on the math and verbal parts of the SAT (not counting the essay writing part) or a 24 on the ACT.

    Perry Central outside hitter Jessica Huber received honorable mention on the academic all-state team.

  • Commodores outshoot South Spencer

    LEOPOLD—Shooting 30.0 percent from the field is not great in basketball. But it’s good enough to win if one holds the opposition to 19.0 percent shooting and wins the rebound battle 43-28.

    That was the formula Perry Central used to beat South Spencer 43-27 in girls basketball Tuesday.

    The Rebels hit only  8 of 42 from the field and missed 13 of 23 free throws, including two front ends of bonus situations.

    “We got several shots we wanted—we just didn’t make them,” said South Spencer Coach Willis McClure.

  • Bulldogs dominate Rappites

    CANNELTON—Cannelton held New Harmony to 15.4 percent field-goal shooting and beat the Rappites 54-23 in girls basketball Saturday.

    The Bulldogs hit 36.0 percent (18 of 50) from the field themselves and outrebounded the Rappites 45-33.

    Julia Allen grabbed 11 rebounds for Cannelton and Sammie James added nine.

    In a rarety for the Bulldogs in recent years, “we had the height advantage on them for sure,” said Cannelton Coach Mike Garrett.

  • Goffinet repeats as MVP in TC...

    TELL CITY—Sarah Goffinet was a repeat winner as Tell City’s most valuable girls cross country runner at the school’s fall sports banquet last Thursday.

    Zach Wilson was named the boys cross country most valuable runner.

    Senior Elizabeth Kohnert won the volleyball MVP award and freshman Anjan Kashyab won the boys tennis MVP award.

    In football Trent Gunn was named the offensive MVP and Matt Leistner was named the defensive MVP.

    No MVP award was presented in girls golf.