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Today's Sports

  • Pioneers nip PC in 8

    LEOPOLD—Boonville scored 11 runs in the last five innings, including two in the eighth, to beat Perry Central 11-9 in baseball Tuesday.
    Perry Central led 9-4 after scoring six runs in the fifth inning.
    The Pioneers tied the score, though, with three runs in the top of the seventh—one of them unearned.
    “Our errors (Perry Central committed three) hurt us tonight,” said Perry Central Coach Phil Zellers.

  • Tell City mauls Titans late

    TELL CITY—Tell City’s offense lit up after a lightning delay as the Marksmen crushed Gibson Southern 10-0 in PAC baseball Monday.
    The game was scoreless through four innings. Then after a 45-minute lightning delay, “our offense came to life,” said Tell City Coach Mark Wahl.
    Cordell Snyder led off the Tell City fifth with a single. Dayne Seibert then hit a 3-2 fastball over the center-field fence for a home run to give the Marksmen a 2-0 lead.

  • Commodores rout Cannelton

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central pounded out 16 hits in four innings to beat Cannelton 15-0 in baseball Monday.

  • PC girls 2nd in invitational

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Cathryn Peter and Ashley Gengelbach each won one event to lead Perry Central to second place in Tell City’s seven-team girls track invitational Saturday.

  • Dauby, Henrickson propel Tell...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tyler Dauby and Ryan Henrickson each won two individual events and a relay as Tell City won its own boys track invitational Saturday.

  • Wolfpack walks past Cannelton

    MARENGO—Crawford County scored 16 runs on just four hits to beat Cannelton 16-6 in girls softball Thursday.
    The Wolfpack took advantage of 16 walks, a hit batsman and six Cannelton errors.
    “We gave them a boatload of runs,” said Cannelton Coach Brian Garrett. “We have to make the routine play and we can’t walk that many.”
    Eight walks and three errors came in the Wolfpack’s seven-run second inning, when they blew the game open.

  • Cannelton loses two games

    CANNELTON—Orleans scored eight runs in the first inning with the help of four Cannelton errors and beat the Bulldogs 18-0 in baseball Wednesday.
    “Errors killed us,” said Cannelton Coach Mike Garrett. “And they were on just routine ground balls.”
    Orleans also had 11 hits, including two home runs and a double by Jarrett Jones. He drove in five runs.
    Cannelton had only two hits, singles by Charlie Northener and Marvin Walls.

  • Cannelton loses two games

    CANNELTON—Orleans scored eight runs in the first inning with the help of four Cannelton errors and beat the Bulldogs 18-0 in baseball Wednesday.
    “Errors killed us,” said Cannelton Coach Mike Garrett. “And they were on just routine ground balls.”
    Orleans also had 11 hits, including two home runs and a double by Jarrett Jones. He drove in five runs.
    Cannelton had only two hits, singles by Charlie Northener and Marvin Walls.

  • PC wins four-team meet

    MARENGO—Lindsey Gengelbach won two sprints to lead Perry Central to first place in a four-team girls track meet featuring the top PLAC teams Thursday.
    Perry Central scored 91 points, Mitchell 84.5, Paoli 29, and Crawford County 22.5.
    Gengelbach won the 100-meter dash in 13.25 seconds and the 200 in 27.90.
    She placed second in the long jump at 14 feet, 43⁄4 inches.
    Sara Brown won the 1600 run in 6:15 and Lavina Schwartz won the 3200 in 13:53.
    The Commodores also won two relays.

  • Castle overwhelms Tell City

    TELL CITY—Castle won 12 of 16 events to beat Tell City 92-40 in boys track Wednesday.
    “We had some amazing performances and still got second in a couple of things,” said Tell City Coach Chris Hollinden. “We had our best times in all three relays and lost all three of them.”
    Tell City’s David McDaniel high jumped 6 feet, 4 inches to move into third place on Tell City’s all-time honor roll for that event but placed second.