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Today's Sports

  • Kashyab makes All-PAC team

    TELL CITY—Anjan Kashyab has become the first Tell City freshman to make the All-PAC boys tennis team.

    Kashyab was selected to the nine-boy team last week in voting by conference coaches.

    He played No. 1 singles for the Marksmen nearly all season.

    He was 5-2 in No. 1 singles in PAC matches and 1-0 in No. 2 singles, which he played the first match of the season.

    He compiled a 9-5 overall record. He missed two matches in the Heritage Hills tourney due to sickness.

  • Tell City boys 2nd at Dubois

    DUBOIS—Two Tell City runners placed in the top eight to lead Tell City to second place among 11 complete teams in Northeast Dubois’ boys cross country invitational Tuesday.

    Bedford-North Lawrence won with 54 points. Tell City scored 74, 18 ahead of third-place Jasper.

    Tell City’s Zach Wilson placed seventh in 17:23 and Jordan Alvey was eighth in 17:33.

    Other Tell City scorers were Devin McDaniel, 14th in 17:52; Nick Bower, 22nd in 18:12; and Colton Thomas, 23rd in 18:14.

  • Sears first-year athletics...

    Sometimes an athletics director is perceived as favoring the sport he was associated with as a player or coach.

    But it would be hard for anyone to say that about Indian Creek High School’s first-year athletics director, as he has been associated with nearly every sport.

    He’s Nick Sears, a 1996 Tell City graduate.

    Sears starred in track at Tell City. He still holds the Marksmen’s school records in the 300-meter low hurdles and 1600 relay and is second on Tell City’s all-time honor roll in the 110 high hurdles and high jump.

  • Breaking NewsPerry Central game...

    LEOPOLD--Perry Central's football game at Springs Valley was postponed Friday due to flooding.

    The game has been rescheduled for 3 p.m. Saturday at Perry Central. Springs Valley's field was under 2-3 feet of water Friday, so that's why the game was moved.

  • PC compiles perfect scores in...

    PAOLI—Perry Central cross country coach Jason Barnett wasn’t exaggerating after Tuesday’s PLAC meets when he said, “We had about as good a night as we could have.”

    The Commodores compiled perfect scores in both races as they dominated the boys and girls meets.

    It was the first time their girls compiled a perfect 15 in the conference.

  • Tell City 2nd in PAC

    TELL CITY—Tell City sophomore Sarah Goffinet repeated as the individual champion but the Marksmen placed second to Heritage Hills in the PAC girls cross country meet Saturday.

    The Marksmen also placed second to Heritage Hills in the boys meet despite having three of the top 11 finishers.

    “We ran a great race,” said Tell City Coach Chris Hollinden.  “Unfortunately so did Heritage Hills and we came up just a bit short.  It shows, however, how far we’ve come over the past six weeks since they beat us by 68 points at Boonville.

  • Cannelton falls to Rebels

    CANNELTON—Cannelton made more spikes than usual but had some serving and bumping problems in a 25-20, 25-13, 25-10 volleyball loss to South Spencer Tuesday.

    Sarah Powers served seven consecutive points—one with the help of a kill by Tora Walls—to give Cannelton a 9-5 lead in the second game.

    South Spencer gradually battled back to take a 12-11 lead. Cannelton then had a chance to tie the score but made a bad serve.

    Cannelton fell behind 5-1 at the start of the third game and never pulled closer than three points the rest of the way.

  • PC will have to wrap up...

    FRENCH LICK—Springs Valley’s football team has improved since last year’s winless season. But the Blackhawks will still put a young squad on the field when they host Perry Central Friday at 7 p.m.

    The Blackhawks beat Crawford County 18-14 Aug. 28 for their first victory since Sept. 7, 2007.

    But three games later their starting quarterback got hurt in a 41-6 lost to Linton-Stockton.

    Thus the 1-6 Blackhawks now “rely mostly on shorter passes, along with their running game,” said Perry Central Coach Mike Spencer.

  • Marksmen to visit Titans

    FORT BRANCH—Gibson Southern’s up and down football team will host Tell City for a PAC game Friday at 7 p.m.

    The Titans are only 2-5 overall and 1-4 in the PAC. But they are coming off their first conference victory, a 35-6 win over Pike Central.

    And in the second week of the season they lost only 21-13 to South Spencer, which is currently ranked No. 2 in the Class 2A state coaches poll.

     

    “They really played South Spencer tough,” said Tell City offensive coordinator Art Schlichter after watching a videotape of that game.

  • Perry Central boys place 2nd in...

    INDIANAPOLIS—Nathan Schwartz placed sixth to lead Perry Central to second place in the 31-team, small-school boys junior high cross country meet Saturday.

    South Knox won with 95 points. Perry Central was second with 120 and Hebron third with 135.

    Perry Central has a 90-1 record, as it had beaten every other opponent this season.

    Schwartz ran the course in 10:29.7.

    Other Perry Central scorers were Aaron Pierrard, 23rd in 10:52.7; Bryce Lain, 27th in 10:56.4; Andrew Huber, 42nd in 11:16.6; and Michael Schwartz, 44th in 11:19.8.