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Today's Sports

  • Hayes on All-PAC again

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City sophomore center McKenzie  Hayes was named to the All-PAC girls basketball team Monday for the second year in a row.
    Hayes was the fourth leading vote-getter on the 10-girl team despite missing three conference games with stress fractures in both legs.
    When she played, though, she dominated inside at both ends of the court.
    She averaged 15.5 points and a school-record 13.4 rebounds per game and hit 51.2 percent from the field and 61.9 percent of her free throws.

  • Trinity beats Bulldogs despite...

    By PHILLIP BALL
    Sports Correspondent

    WHITESVILLE, Ky.—Cannelton gave up nine unanswered points to start the fourth quarter and lost  to Whitesville Trinity 81-66 in boys basketball Tuesday, spoiling a huge offensive effort by Cody Lawalin.
    Lawalin, a senior guard, scored 44 points and made eight three-point baskets.
    His eight three-pointers tied Tyler Aud’s school record and his 44 points placed him second on Cannelton’s all-time single game scoring list.

  • Springs Valley nips Commodores...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central missed some hurried shots down the stretch and lost to Springs Valley 45-44 in PLAC boys basketball Tuesday.
    Perry Central led most of the game, by as much as eight points once and still by seven points, 39-32, after Derek Thomas hit 1 of 2 free throws with 5:05 left.

  • Vikings control lane against...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    POSEYVILLE—North Posey’s shortest starter was the same height as Perry Central’s tallest one, so it was no surprise that the Vikings scored more points inside as they beat the Commodores 58-39 in boys basketball Saturday.

  • Cold shooting costs TC in loss...

    By MIKE SPRAGUE
    Sports Correspondent

    TELL CITY—Evansville North held Tell City to 28.6 percent field-goal shooting and defeated the Marksmen 59-42 in boys basketball Thursday.
    Tell City Coach John Hayes said, “We have this mentality that if we, a player doesn’t make his first shot, it’s going to be a bad night. Most of the good shooters make less than half of their field-goal attempts.”
    With 7:44 left in the game Tell City’s Shane Weedman made two free throws cutting North’s lead to seven, 39-32.

  • PC puts brakes on Jeeps in...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—After Perry Central’s boys basketball team scored a rebound basket, Northeast Dubois Coach Terry Friedman called timeout with 7:02 left in the second quarter Thursday and told his players he was disappointed with their rebounding.
    Later he probably wished he had saved that speech for the second half. Perry Central held the Jeeps to two rebounds in the first nine minutes after intermission and beat them 53-33.

  • Trojans stop Bulldogs

    By PHILLIP BALL
    Sports Correspondent

    OAKLAND CITY—Cannelton could not get going on offense in a 45-22 loss to Wood Memorial in the girls Class A basketball sectional Friday.

  • Muensterman, Mater Dei overwhelm...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    FERDINAND—Maura Muensterman scored 25 points in the first half as Mater Dei rolled to a 67-26 victory over Tell City in the Class 2A girls basketball sectional semifinals Friday.

  • Shooting woes doom PC girls vs....

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    FERDINAND—Either Forest Park’s defense was really great Friday or Perry Central just picked a bad time to have an off shooting night.

  • PC 2nd, TC 4th in tourney

    REO—Perry Central hit 51.6 percent from the field and 12 of 13 free throws to beat Tell City 45-19 in the first round of South Spencer’ s freshman basketball tourney Saturday.
    Tell City hit 37.5 percent from the field.
    “We got some good shots—we just didn’t put them down and they did,” said Tell City Coach Dan Lacy.
    Dillon Hubert led Perry Central with 14 points and eight rebounds.
    Trent Schraner added 10 points, Lucas Suttle eight, and Alton Cummings five.