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Today's Sports

  • Commodores blank Mitchell for...

    LEOPOLD—Heather Hendricks drove in two runs as Perry Central shut out Mitchell 7-0 in PLAC girls softball Thursday.
    The Commodores moved into a tie for first place in the loss column in PLAC standings at 3-1. Mitchell fell to 4-1 and Orleans apparently also has only one conference loss.
    Perry Central was scheduled to play West Washington Saturday and will visit Orleans today at 5 p.m. to complete its conference schedule.
    Each team had six hits and one walk Tuesday but Perry Central took advantage of Mitchell’s five errors.

  • Marksmen knock off Southridge,...

    HUNTINGBURG—Drew Mowery’s sacrifice fly scored the go-ahead run in the sixth inning as Tell City beat Southridge 3-2 in PAC baseball Thursday.
    Tell City’s Austin Paulin drew a bases-loaded walk in the fifth inning to tie the score 2-2.
    In the sixth Chris Kohnert led off with a single. Trent Nelson sacrificed him to second and was safe at first on an error.
    Trent Zuelly sacrificed the runners to second and third, setting up Mowery’s sacrifice fly.

  • Allen leads Tell City to 4th...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Darian Allen won the 3200-meter run to lead Tell City to fourth place in the nine-team PAC boys track meet Thursday.
    The Marksmen scored 69 points. Gibson Southern dominated the meet with 147.5 points, 33.5 more than runner-up Forest Park.
    Allen set a personal record as he won the 3200 in 10:02, leading from start to finish.
    “That’s a really good time, especially considering he ran the last six laps by himself,” said Tell City Coach Zac Hartz.

  • Peter propels Perry Central...

    MITCHELL—Cathryn Peter won two distance races as Perry Central won the PLAC girls track meet Friday for the 17th time in the last 18 years and 26th time overall.
    The Commodores scored 160 points and beat runner-up Mitchell by 56, their largest margin of victory since 2007.
    Peter won the 1600-meter run in 5:32.31 and the 3200 in 12:14.12, taking both for the third year in a row.

  • PC uses depth to nip Blackhawks...

    MITCHELL—Alex Newton won one individual race and one relay as Perry Central nipped Springs Valley to win the PLAC boys track meet Friday.

  • PC girls finish undefeated

    PAOLI—Skylar Parker and Jill Theis each won two events to lead Perry Central to the PLAC junior high girls track championship Saturday.

  • Goffinet KWC’s Athlete of Year

    OWENSBORO, Ky.—Tell City graduate Lauren Goffinet was named Kentucky Wesleyan College’s Female Athlete of the Year at the school’s all-sports banquet Friday.
    Goffinet, a junior guard on the women’s basketball team, helped the Panthers reach the Great Lakes Valley Conference championship game for the first time.
    She led the team in field-goal shooting at 51.6 percent and finished fourth in scoring at 8.2 points per game. She starting 15 of 30 games.
    She was also honored for achieving the highest grade-point average on the team.

  • Harned, Wolfpack defeat PC 3-1

    MARENGO—Crawford County scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to beat Perry Central 3-1 in baseball Monday.
    Perry Central had seven hits, only two fewer than the Wolfpack.
    But the Commodores put their hits together well in only one inning, the third, when they scored their run on singles by Zach Foster, Justin Hagan and Colt Brown.
    Hunter LaGrange went 2 for 3 to lead Perry Central hitters and Andrew Mosby added a double.
    Brown pitched the first 51⁄3 innings to take the loss. He struck out one and walked none.

  • Boonville edges Tell City in...

    BOONVILLE—Boonville scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to beat Tell City 3-2 in baseball Tuesday.
    Dayne Seibert lost despite pitching a four-hitter. The only walks he gave up were two intentional ones in the bottom of the seventh to set up a force-out situation at home.
    “Seibert was once again great on the mound but lost his second straight 3-2 decision,” noted Tell City Coach Mark Wahl.
    Tell City also had only four hits in the pitchers duel.
    Trent Nelson drove in both Tell City runs with a triple in the second inning.

  • Wolfpack shuts out Tell City

    MARENGO—“When things aren’t going well, they just aren’t going well all over,” said Tell City Coach John Hayes after the Marksmen’s 5-0 girls softball loss to Crawford County Tuesday.
    Tell City’s best scoring opportunity—and a chance to take an early lead—was negated by what he called two bad calls on one play in the first inning.
    Hana Reed reached base on an error by the shortstop to start the game and Julie Lindauer followed with a grounder to the second baseman.