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Today's Sports

  • Chinn MVP; Kast academic all-...

    TELL CITY—Andy Chinn was named Tell City’s boys tennis Most Valuable Player at that sport’s awards banquet Nov. 12.

    In addition, Andy Kast was recognized for being one of 50 boys statewide named Academic All-State by the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association.

    In order to be recognized, a player must be nominated by his coach and selected by the Association’s board.  The award is based on grade-point average, test scores, and academic standing.

  • Internet has changed coverage of...

    The expansion of sports coverage on the Internet in the last 10 years has been a boon for sports fans, but it has also led to some sports publications biting the dust.

    Sport Magazine, Basketball Digest, Basketball Weekly, Hockey Digest and Street & Smith’s sports annuals are among the once successful magazines that are no longer published.

    Others have cut back on their frequency. Baseball Digest, long known as “baseball’s only monthly magazine,” has gone from 12 to 10 and now eight issues per year.

  • Hall, Schwartz, Schwartz are...

    LEOPOLD—T.J. Hall was named Perry Central’s football Most Valuable Player at Perry Central’s fall sports banquet Thursday.

    Hall won the award in a team vote.

    Cousins Jake Schwartz and Lavina Schwartz were named the most valuable runners in boys and girls cross country.

    No volleyball MVP was selected.

    The complete list of awards presented:

    Football

    Most Valuable Player: T.J. Hall

    All-PLAC: B.J. Farmer, T.J. Lamon, Ryan Hanan, Clint Schank, Robbie Piper, Austin Hauser, Dane Ransom, Alex Schroeder, T.J. Hall

  • Tell City girls face rebuilding...

    TELL CITY—A basketball team than wins 17 games and a sectional title and returns four seniors including its leading scorer—a player who should finish at least in the top three on the school’s all-time scoring list—might think it is in great shape.

    But a team that returns only one starter, lacks overall quickness, and has a guard for its tallest player might be worried about its upcoming season.

    Both those descriptions fit Tell City’s girls team this year, so it’s kind of hard to predict how the Marksmen will fare.

  • Goffinet’s 43 propel...

    CANNELTON—Lauren Goffinet scored a school-record 43 points to lead Tell City past Cannelton 63-43 in a girls basketball season opener Friday.

    Goffinet scored 11 of the Marksmen’s 12 first-quarter points as that period ended in a 12-12 tie.

    She added 11 points in the second quarter, including two free throws that gave the Marksmen the lead for good, 25-23, with 2:25 left in the half.

  • Corydon tops PC 62-50

    LEOPOLD—Corydon forced some Perry Central turnovers and hit three three-point baskets in the third quarter to pull away from the Commodores 62-50 in a girls basketball season opener Friday.

    The score was tied with four minutes left in the third quarter.

    “Then we just started throwing the ball all over the dang gym,” said Perry Central Coach Bill Dickerson. “And they were just in a (1-3-1) half-court trap, the same thing we faced in the first half.

  • PC basketball team obtains new...

    Every basketball coach is always looking for a big man. And Perry Central Coach Matt Carter has definitely found one.

    In fact Carter’s new player is reportedly being recruited by major colleges including Louisville, Iowa and Ohio State.

    Robbie Piper, a senior who has those schools looking at him as a football lineman, has joined the basketball Commo-dores.

    He may not be quite the 6-foot-4 he was listed at in football, but he looks at least as tall as former Tell City center Eric Henrickson, who was listed as 6-5 last year.

  • Cannelton girls team has more...

    CANNELTON - Jeff Miller, starting his fourth year as Cannelton's girls basketball coach, said Monday this team has the most quickness and depth he's had.

    The Bulldogs have nine players, the same number they started last season with. But while they had some basketball beginners last year, this year "they all can play," said Miller.

    The team's one senior, three juniors and one sophomore all lettered last year. And three of the four freshmen played for last year's 19-3 junior high team.

  • Perry Central has young girls...

    LEOPOLD - Perry Central's young and short girls basketball team plans to rely on its quickness this year.

    The Commodores have no seniors on their roster. And among their three juniors and six sophomores, only 5-foot-11 Megan Hedinger, who is sidelined several weeks with mononucleosis, is taller than 5-7.

    Junior forward-guard Rachael Rayford, the team's quickest player, will also miss Friday's season opener, as she is still recovering from a foot injury.

  • Tell City girls face rebuilding...

    TELL CITY - A basketball team than wins 17 games and a sectional title and returns four seniors including its leading scorer - a player who should finish at least in the top three on the school's all-time scoring list - might think it is in great shape.

    But a team that returns only one starter, lacks overall quickness, and has a guard for its tallest player might be worried about its upcoming season.

    Both those descriptions fit Tell City's girls team this year, so it's kind of hard to predict how the Marksmen will fare.