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Today's Sports

  • Ress to pitch for KWC

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    OWENSBORO, Ky.—For years one of Josalyn Ress’ goals was to play college softball.

  • Ryan George named TC’s football...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Thirty-three years ago former Tell City football star Bud George returned to his hometown to become the Marksmen’s coach. Now his youngest son is following in his footsteps.

  • Kashyab wins Oklahoma Tennis...

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Anjan Kashyab of Tell City played another tournament in Oklahoma City and won the Boys 16 Singles conducted by USTA-Missouri Valley Oklahoma Section and Oklahoma District.

  • SIRS Walk, Run, Roll results

    TELL CITY – Southern Indiana Resource Solutions has announced results of the first Summer Fest Walk, Run and Roll For Independence 1-mile and 5-kilometer races held July 2 in Tell City.

  • PC Youth Rookie League champs

    Canary Outdoor Equipment won Perry Central Youth League Baseball’s Rookie League tourney and was also crowned regular-season champs. (Click photo to enlarge.)

  • District champs

    Tell City’s 11- and 12-year-old All-Star team won the District 5 Cal Ripken title by winning four games in a tourney at Corydon.

    It has been almost a decade since this age group has won a district title. The team defeated Corydon 10-0 and Henryville 12-2 July 7-8 and won games against Corydon teams Saturday and Sunday. Players Eli Reed and Cody Aders each had two-run homers.

    Beginning today, they will play in Hope in state competition.

  • Hoosier Express slams Rockport 6...

    By CHRIS JOHANNES, Spencer County Journal-Democrat

    ROCKPORT – The Hoosier Express blasted three doubles, a triple and single to score four first-inning runs at Rockport Post 254 Saturday. The Express never trailed and went on to win 9-5 in American Legion baseball.

    Twenty-nine players from South Spencer, Heritage Hills, Tell City, Forest Park and Southridge played in the game.

  • Taylor helping Dragons set record

    DAYTON, OHIO—Clint Taylor, a 1997 Tell City graduate, played right field for the 1997 Marksman baseball team that set a school record with 21 victories.
    Now he could help the Dayton Dragons, a Class A minor league baseball team affiliated with the Cincinnati Reds, set another record.
    Taylor is the senior marketing manager for the Dragons and Mandalay Sports. He has been with the Dragons since 2004.

  • McDonald’s wins 10-12 tourney

    TELL CITY—Three pitchers combined to throw a three-hitter as McDonald’s beat Troy Clinic 13-7 to win Tell City’s age-10-12 girls softball playoff tourney last Thursday.

  • Beard powers Tell City past...

    LINCOLN CITY—Spenser Beard homered as Tell City beat Heritage Hills 7-5 in Diamond League baseball Tuesday.
      Tell City tied the score 2-2 with two runs in the third.
    Trent Zuelly reached base on a throwing error by the pitcher to start the inning. He advanced two bases on passed balls and scored on Rhett Baumeister’s sacrifice fly to deep right field.
    Drew Mowery and Ryan Dooley followed with singles and Mowery scored on a passed ball.
    Tell City took the lead for good with two more runs in the fourth.