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Today's Sports

  • Rogier PC boys MVP

    LEOPOLD—Alex Rogier was named the Perry Central boys Most Valuable Player at the school’s basketball banquet Thursday.

    Rogier received nine awards all together. Reuben Schwartz received four awards and Ian Hahus two.

    No girls MVP was named, but Katie Schwartz, Hilarie Hahus, Lavina Schwartz, Deidra Dickerson and Rachael Rayford each received multiple awards.

    Kevin Rogier, Alex’s father, received a plaque from athletics director Bob Ransome for his years of service and dedication to the boys basketball program.

  • Harding wins four events as...

    TELL CITY—Trent Harding won two individual events and two relays to lead Tell City to second place in the junior high boys PAC swim meet Thursday.

    Heritage Hills won the six-team meet with 235 points. Tell City scored 218.

    Harding won the 50-yard breaststroke in 39.14 seconds and the 100 individual medley in 1:13.65.

    He teamed with Colin Malone, Luke Thomas and Adam George to win the 200 medley relay in 2:29.36.

    Harding, Thomas, Garett Smith and Trent Rainey won the 400 free relay in 4:58.14.

  • Tell City girls third in PAC

    TELL CITY—Logan Flannagan earned Tell City’s only win as the Archers finished third in the PAC junior high girls swim meet Thursday.

    Heritage Hills won the five-team meet with 343.5 points. Tell City scored 198.

    Flannagan won the 50-yard breaststroke in 37.62 seconds.

    Three Archers placed in the top nine in that event, as Makenzie Alvey was sixth in 42.74 and Hunter Childers ninth in 46.83.

    Sydney Brown, Flannagan, Alvey and Kassie Peter placed second in the 200 medley relay in 2:23.73.

  • Atwell hopes to field freshman...

    Friday 25 Tell City football players signed letters of intent to continue their careers at the next level.

    Wait a minute, you say: Tell City’s never had that many players sign with colleges in one year.

    You’re right, but these were eighth grade players signing letters pledging to new Tell City varsity coach Travis Atwell that they will continue to play football next year.

    “I’m trying to get them to stick with football between middle school and high school because that’s where we’re losing them,” said Atwell.

  • Froehlich wins third wrestling...

    TELL CITY—Dylan Froehlich was the only repeat Most Valuable Player award winner at Tell City’s winter sports banquet Monday.

    Froehlich won the wrestling MVP award outright for the second year in a row and shared it with Greg Batie two years ago.

    Froehlich also won three other wrestling awards Monday.

    Freshman McKenzie Hayes was named the MVP in girls basketball and won three other awards in that sport.

    Senior Nick Bower and sophomore Amanda Wagner were chosen the most valuable boys and girls swimmers.

  • Archers claim PAC wrestling title

    FORT BRANCH—Mason Waninger, Grant Bolin, Justin Alvarez and Spenser Beard won individual titles to help Tell City win the PAC junior high wrestling tourney Saturday.

    The Archers scored 306 points, 54 more than runner-up Gibson Southern.

    Beard pinned all three of his opponents to win the 145-pound weight class.

    He pinned Davin Songer of Southridge in 1:19, Tyler Higginson of North Posey in 1:17, and Kyle Gibson of Gibson Southern in 0:52.

  • Perry Central spring schedules

    Boys Varsity & JV Baseball

    April

      2    South Spencer    H    4:30

      5    Forest Park JV (DH)    T    4:15

      6    Corydon Central    H    5:30

      7    North Harrison    H    4:30

    10    North Posey    T    11:00

    12    Tecumseh    T    5:00

  • Flynn makes academic all-state...

    INDIANAPOLIS—Tell City’s A.J. Flynn has been named to the academic all-state wrestling team by the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association.

    To be eligible for the honor a wrestler must have been a regional qualifier and be a senior with at least a 3.25 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale.

    Flynn finished the season with a 12-5 record and advanced to the semistate despite a recurring shoulder injury.

    In the classroom he has compiled a 3.98 GPA and is ranked third in his class. He scored a 2060 on the SAT.

  • Perry Central wins indoor 3200...

    TERRE HAUTE—Perry Central won the boys 3200-meter relay at the Sullivan Indoor Classic track meet last Thursday.

    Eric Scheiber, Noah Gatwood, Ian Bashor and Michael Ersnt ran it in 8:47 to beat the eight other teams there.

    That qualified the Commodores for the Hoosier State Relays, to be held at Purdue University’s track this Saturday.

    Competition there will be divided into two divisions based on school enrollments. Perry Central will run in the smaller-school race at 1 p.m. Perry County time.

  • Hall named to South all-stars

    INDIANAPOLIS—Perry Central’s T.J. Hall was chosen last week to play for the South team in next summer’s Indiana North-South football all-star game.

    The game, sponsored this year by Grange Insurance, will be played Friday, July 16, at 6 p.m. Perry County time at Indianapolis North Central.

    Hall, a two-way starter and kicker for the Commodores, was chosen as an inside linebacker.