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Today's Sports

  • TC boys trounce Rebels

    REO—Tell City won all 12 events, most with season-best times, to trounce South Spencer 102-38 in boys swimming Wednesday.

  • Cannelton girls fall twice

    CANNELTON—Orleans hit 47.9 percent from the field, including 6 of 12 from three-point range, to beat Cannelton 54-17 in girls basketball Thursday.
    Addie Ramsey, a 5-foot-10 senior forward, scored 19 points for 6-12 Orleans. Caitlin Rutherford added 12 points on 4 for 9 three-point shooting.
    Nicole Harris led Cannelton with 14 points. She hit 3 of 8 from the field, including 2 of 4 three-point shots, and 6 of 8 free throws.
    The rest of the Bulldogs were 1 for 12 from the field and 1 for 6 at the line.

  • Crothersville's inside-...

    CROTHERSVILLE—Crothersville used a strong inside-outside attack to beat Cannelton 81-37 in boys basketball Friday.
    Eli Mollett, the Tigers’ 6-foot-4 senior center who plans to play for Indiana University-Kokomo next year, did much of the damage inside.
    He hit 5 of 5 shots from the field and made his only free throw to finish with 11 points.
    He also had four assists kicking the ball out to perimeter shooters.

  • Senators hold off Perry Central...

    By MIKE SPRAGUE
    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—West Washington outshot Perry Central from the field to defeat the Commodores 54-50 in PLAC boys basketball.
    Perry Central overcame an eight-point deficit when Lane Lynch made a three-pointer from the right wing, tying the game at 43-43 with 2:28 left in the game.
    West Washington’s Hunter Sanford made a 5-footer. Then after a Commodore turnover Peyton Walker was fouled making a layup and made the free throw.

  • Hot Hornets shoot down Marksmen

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    HAWESVILLE, Ky.—Hancock County hit 59.1 percent from the field, including 9 of 14 from three-point range, to beat Tell City 72-49 in boys basketball Friday.
    Tell City Coach Greg Arnold said the Hornets’ three-point shooting was probably better than Tell City’s free-throw shooting has been all year.
    The Marksmen hit 40.0 percent from the field and 38.1 percent at the free-throw line in this game.

  • Fisher has big December in...

    TELL CITY – Zach Fisher, 19, of Cannelton recently bowled two 300 games in 11 days at Tell City Bowling Center.

  • Washington Catholic outplays...

    WASHINGTON—A.J. Sellers and Jalen Stone combined for 43 points as Washington Catholic beat Cannelton 52-35 in boys basketball Saturday.
    Cannelton scored the game’s first seven points, but it was all downhill from there for the Bulldogs.
    “There wasn’t one aspect of the game where we outplayed them,” said Cannelton Coach Michael Snyder. “They hit a higher percentage from the field, they hit a higher percentage at the free-throw line, and they outrebounded us by 10.

  • Paoli defeats Perry Central...

    PAOLI—Shorthanded Perry Central stayed in the game until the final seconds but lost to Paoli 55-51 in PLAC girls basketball Tuesday.
    It was the first conference loss for the Commodores, who fell to 4-1 in PLAC play and 9-6 overall. Paoli improved to 2-0 in the conference and 7-10 overall.
    Center Skyly Cummings, who leads Perry Central in scoring, rebounding, field-goal percentage and free-throw shooting, found out earlier in the day that she has mononucleosis and could be sidelined several weeks.

  • Cloverport pulls away from...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    CANNELTON—Cold shooting from the field and free-throw line hurt Cannelton in a 61-41 boys basketball loss to Cloverport Tuesday.
    The Bulldogs hit just 32.6 percent from the field, including 2 of 13 from three-point range, and 9 of 25 free throws for 36.0 percent.
    Their free-throw misses included three front ends of one-and-bonus situations.

  • Forest Park’s press hurts...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    FERDINAND—A 10-0 run to start the second quarter propelled Forest Park past Perry Central 58-37 in boys basketball Monday.
    Both teams shot well in the first quarter, which ended with Forest Park ahead 17-13.
    Perry Central hit 5 of 10 from the field that period, including 3 of 4 from three-point range, and Forest Park hit 7 of 15, including 3 of 6 three-point shots.