Today's Sports

  • Vikings run past TC

    POSEYVILLE - North Posey scored eight touchdowns to defeat Tell City 56-21 in PAC football Friday.

    There were several bright spots for the Marksmen, though. They scored a season-high three touchdowns, including two by Trent Gunn in his second game back from a knee injury.

    Gunn scored on a 6-yard run in the second quarter and a 10-yard run in the third quarter. Dylan Froehlich kicked both extra points.

    Chris Martin scored the Marksmen's final touchdown on an 83-yard pass from Nick Kleaving in the fourth quarter.

  • Tell City 0-2 in soccer Saturday

    POSEYVILLE - Tell City scored only one goal as it went 0-2 in North Posey's junior varsity soccer tourney Saturday.

    Gibson Southern beat the Marksmen 2-0 in the first round.

    "We didn't get off very many shots," said Tell City Coach Fred Hillenbrand. "We came out a little flat, and they seemed to be everywhere.

    "Their varsity won the PAC this year - they've got a good program going."

    Tell City lost to North Posey 2-1 in the consolation round.

    Jason Hackbarth scored an unassisted goal for the Marksmen.

  • TC goes 1-1 in tennis

    LINCOLN CITY - Tell City won all three singles matches as it beat South Spencer 4-1 in the consolation round of Heritage Hills' boys tennis tourney Saturday.

    Andy Chinn and Jake Roland won in straight sets and Chris Kohnert overcame a 6-0 loss in his first set to win in three sets.

    The Marksmen's Andy Kast and Greg Hollinden also won in No. 1 doubles.

    Heritage Hills beat Tell City 3-2 in the first round.

    Chinn in No. 1 singles and Kast and Hollinden in No. 1 doubles were Tell City's winners.

  • Perry Central falls to Mitchell

    MITCHELL - Perry Central made only three blocks and three ace serves in a 25-16, 22-25, 25-11, 25-23 PLAC volleyball loss to Mitchell Tuesday.

    Megan Hedinger and Jessica Huber each made eight kills for Perry Central and Emily Tempel added six.

    Tessa Lynch had 16 assists and Sloan Harpenau added 11.

    Hilarie Hahus made 12 digs. Huber added seven and Lynch and Brittany Overstreet each made six.

    Hedinger made three blocks.

    Perry Central won the junior varsity match 25-21, 25-23 as Olivia Schroeder and Deidra Dickerson each made four kills.

  • Thomas shoots 100 in golf...

    EVANSVILLE - Tell City senior Amber Thomas shot a 100 in the IHSAA girls golf regional Saturday and did not qualify for the state finals.

    Playing on the Eagle Valley course for the first time, Thomas parred the No. 4, 9 and 10 holes.

    But she shot 4 over par on the par-3 No. 14 hole and was 3 over on No. 5, 11, 13 and 15.

    The individuals who advanced to state shot 78, 81, and 82.

    Evansville North, ranked 13th in the state, won the team title with 329 strokes.

    North star Natalie Schmett was the medalist with a 5-over-par 75.

  • TC wins 2 of 3 matches

    MOUNT VERNON - Lauren Goffinet made eight blocks and Elizabeth Kohnert added six as Tell City beat Mount Vernon 25-21, 25-22 in volleyball Saturday.

    "Lauren and Lizzie got a hand on everything," said Tell City Coach Dalonda Hayes.

    Goffinet, Kohnert and Jamie Brinksneader each also made five kills. Julie Davis had 20 assists.

    Goffinet made eight digs and Paige Gelarden added seven.

    Davis served seven points, including two aces.

    "We played really well together," said Hayes. "Our passing was good and our setting was good.

  • Tell City to face North Posey...

    POSEYVILLE - Tell City will try to stop North Posey's power running game when the two teams meet in PAC football Friday at 7:30 p.m.

    Tell City Coach Don Hitz said the 4-2 Vikings have a strong offensive line and some strong backs, led by 6-foot-1, 225-pound senior Frank Rynkiewich. "He's a big kid with speed."

    The Vikings usually use a power-I offense.

    "They're going to power it at you," said Hitz. "They're just really, really strong offensively and they're quick."

  • Containing Mitchell's...

    MITCHELL - Stopping Mitchell's running game will be Perry Central's first goal when the two meet in PLAC football Friday at 7 p.m.

    The 1-5 Bluejackets have "had some problems with their execution," said Perry Central Coach Mike Spencer Monday. "Their running game at times looks OK, but it's not as consistent as it needs to be. They do have some quick kids, though."

    He said their best runner is their quarterback, Andrew Ritchison, a 5-foot-10, 140-pound senior, who runs frequently on option plays.

    Thomas Isom, a 6-2, 190-pound junior running back, is also quick.

  • Raiders run past Commodores

    LEOPOLD - Southridge rushed for 251 yards as it beat Perry Central 23-6 in reserve football Monday.

    "I think we were stronger, but they were quicker than us," said Perry Central Coach Ron Gibson.

    The Raiders built a 15-0 lead before Lucas Bryant scored a Perry Central touchdown on a 3-yard run with 4:00 left in the second quarter.

    The score was still 15-6 when Perry Central made a 45-yard kickoff return to start the third quarter.

    But a fumble at the end of that return gave the ball back to Southridge.

  • Perry Central boys win sectional...

    JASPER - Jasper's cross country invitational is generally a preview of the sectional to be held on the same course two weeks later.

    That should be encouraging to Perry Central's boys team, which won the invitational by 48 points over runner-up Heritage Hills Tuesday.

    "The guys had a nice meet tonight," said Perry Central Coach Jason Barnett.

    Tell City finished fifth in the 10-team meet with 122 points, though the Marksmen ran without their No. 1 runner, Alex Fenn, who is expected to be back for the PAC meet and sectional.