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TELL CITY—With more quickness than usual, Tell City’s boys basketball team hopes to be strong on defense this season.
CANNELTON—Perry Central forced 29 turnovers, including 11 steals by Lavina Schwartz, to beat Cannelton 49-36 in girls basketball Monday.
Boys Varsity Basketball
24 Wood Memorial (1A) T 7:30
27 Tell City (2A) H 7:30
30 McLean County H 7:30
3 Perry Central (2A) T 8:00
4 South Central (Elizabeth) (1A) T 7:00
TELL CITY—With possibly five freshmen in the lineup at times, Tell City will feature a young wrestling team this winter.
MEDORA—Taylor Lawalin had 10 points and eight rebounds as Cannelton beat Medora 49-36 in girls basketball Friday.
TELL CITY—Tell City committed 35 turnovers in a 57-43 girls basketball loss to Crawford County Friday.
CANNELTON—Cannelton boys basketball coach Brian Garrett hopes his team’s quickness will make up for some rebounding and shooting deficiencies and a lack of experience.
LEOPOLD—Whether it was a shot or a pass could be debated but Forest Park used the same play twice in the final minutes to beat Perry Central 36-33 in girls basketball Thursday.
TELL CITY—Tell City won the 200-yard stroke/free relay as it tied for third place in its own girls swimming relay meet Saturday.
REO—Tell City won all 11 events to trounce South Spencer 116-19 in girls swimming Tuesday.
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