Today's Sports

  • New coach expects Cannelton team...

    CANNELTON—Cannelton’s volleyball team went 1-25 last season and graduated seven seniors. But new coach Leslie Henrickson thinks the Bulldogs will be greatly improved this year.

    The Bulldogs went 6-9 in junior varsity matches last year and have a lot of athletic juniors and sophomores returning. In 5-foot-10 sophomore Julia Allen they have their tallest hitter in six years.

  • Old-timers prove they can still...

    TELL CITY—A severe heat wave probably hurt the turnout for the annual Schweizer Fest old-timers baseball game Tuesday and resulted in most of the pitching being done by machine.

    But several players proved they could still hit the ball well and catch it well. And despite the option to have a youngster run the bases for them, several players still ran for themselves.

    “One of the kids asked me if I needed a runner and I told him I’m going to run for myself until I’m 60,” said Tom Hess, 56.

  • Tell City graduates parents of...

    When Jeff Overton nearly earned his first PGA victory 11 days ago in The Greenbrier Classic—it took Stuart Appleby’s record-tying 59 in the final round to beat him—many  around here were rooting for him because he is from Evansville.

    But Overton actually has an even closer tie to Perry County: His mother, the former Sharon Dauby, is a 1967 graduate of Tell City High School.

    She met her future husband when she went to college at Terre Haute to become a teacher.

  • Malone, Wagner swim in state meet

    INDIANAPOLIS—Chelsea Malone and Amanda Wagner of Tell City’s Tri-County Swim Club each participated in four events at the U.S. Swimming senior state meet July 30-Aug. 1.

    Both swam the 50-meter freestyle, with Malone finishing it in 29.74 seconds and Wagner in 30.25 seconds. Their places were not available.

    Both also swam the 100 free, Malone in 1:04.58 and Wagner in 1:07.86.

    Malone swam the 100 backstroke in 1:14.84 and the 200 back in 2:42.77.

    Wagner swam the 100 breaststroke in 123.99 and the 200 breast in 3:08.70.

  • Rowe plays for World Series...

    LANSING, Mich.-C.J. Rowe of Tell City played for the Southern Indiana Spikes baseball team that won the age-13-and-under Baseball Players Association World Series July 21-25.

    Rowe, a pitcher and catcher, also placed seventh in the catchers’ accuracy throwing competition at the 33-team tourney.

    The Spikes went 7-0 in the tourney, beating every opponent by at least seven runs. They beat East Cobb Lightning, the Georgia state champion, 10-1 in the championship game.

  • Huber named academic All-American

    ITHACA, N.Y.--Perry Central graduate Nick Huber, who is entering his junior year at Cornell University, has been named to the national all-academic team for NCAA Division I track and field.

    He compiled a 3.5 grade-point average last semester and qualified for the NCAA national meet in the 400-meter hurdles.

  • Tell City fall schedules

    Boys Varsity Football


    13    Crawford County (Scrimmage)    H    7:00

    20    Mount Vernon    H    7:00

    27    Heritage Hills    T    7:00


      3    South Spencer    H    7:00

    10    Pike Central    H    7:00

    17    Perry Central    T    7:00

  • Perry Central fall schedules

    Boys Varsity Football


    13    Clarksville (scrimmage)    H    6:00

    20    Corydon Central    T    7:00

    27    Forest Park    H    7:00


      3    Crawford  County    H    7:00

    10    West Washington    T    7:00

    17    Tell City    H    7:00

  • Cannelton's volleyball...

    Girls Varsity


    16    Whitesville Trinity    T    6:00 p.m.

    17    Perry Central    T    6:00 p.m.

    19    Lanesville    H    5:30 p.m.

    26    Orleans    H    5:30 p.m.


      2    Whitesville Trinity    H    6:00 p.m.

  • Festival full of competition

    TELL CITY - Another Schweizer Fest means another week packed with sports for Tell Citians.

    This year's list of events will feature all of the usual competitions, including the Road Run, which has easily become the festival's most popular event and is still looking to grow.

    After drawing 466 runners during last year's race, Road Run organizers are expecting to eclipse the 500 mark at Saturday's race for the first time in event history.