Today's Sports

  • Tell City overpowers Jasper 66-28

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    TELL CITY—Tell City won 12 of 17 matches, including six by pins, to trounce Jasper 66-28 in junior high wrestling Thursday.
    “This is the first time we’ve beaten them in three years,” said Tell City Coach Josh Casebolt. “Just having a full lineup certainly helps - this is the first time we’ve had that in three years.”

  • Parker, Edwards make All-PLAC in...

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    LEOPOLD—Perry Central seniors Brittany Parker and Hannah Edwards were named to the All-PLAC girls basketball team in voting by conference coaches Thursday.
    Parker and Paoli’s Morgan Kingston were the only third-time selections on the team.
    Parker had the second highest vote total on the team, finishing just one voting point behind Springs Valley’s Kayla DeWeese.
    Parker led the Commo-dores with 14.4 points, 4.0 steals and 2.0 assists per game and 43.3 percent field-goal shooting.

  • Schwartz on all-conference team

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    LEOPOLD—Perry Central senior guard Michael Schwartz was elected to the All-PLAC boys basketball team in voting by conference coaches Thursday.
    Schwartz, who finished third in the voting, was the only Commodore named to the 12-man team.
    “I thought with just two wins (in conference games) it would be tough for us to get two on the team,” said Perry Central Coach Matt Carter.
    He added that another Commodore “got some votes.”

  • Tell City whips Rangers 102-0

    LINCOLN CITY—The term domination is overused in sports, but it certainly applies to Tell City’s 102-0 junior high wrestling victory over Forest Park Monday.
    The Marksmen won all 17 weight classes by pins - all of them in the first period - as they scored the maximum amount of points possible.
    They also beat Heritage Hills 51-39 earlier in the evening in the three-team, round-robin competition.
    Both wins were over fellow PAC teams, and the conference tourney is coming up Saturday.

  • Rowe makes All-PAC boys...

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    FERDINAND—Tell City guard Hunter Rowe was named to the All-PAC boys basketball team in voting by conference coaches Tuesday.
    Rowe, a 5-foot-10 junior, is the first Tell City player to make the team in three years.
    He led the Marksmen in scoring at 12.9 points per game.
    Tell City Coach Greg Arnold noted that he accomplished that despite opposing defenses’ regularly keying on containing him.

  • Parker only unanimous all-county...

    The only thing all the voters for this year’s All-Perry County girls basketball team agreed on was that Brittany Parker should be on the team.
    And nearly all of them agreed that the Perry Central guard should be the Most Valuable Player on the team.

  • Parker chosen for top 60 senior...

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    INDIANAPOLIS—Perry Central guard Brittany Parker has been named to Hoosier Basketball Magazine’s list of the Top 60 Indiana senior girls basketball players.
    All the girls on the list have been invited to workouts at Marian University Sunday.
    Players from the northern and southern parts of the state will participate in the first session noon to 2 p.m. Perry County time. Players from the central part of the state will be in the second session 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.

  • Thursday’s events postponed

    TELL CITY—Tell City’s junior high wrestling match with Heritage Hills and Tell City’s junior high swim meet with Heritage Hills and South Spencer, both scheduled Thursday, were postponed due to snow.
    The wrestling match has been rescheduled for today at Heritage Hills, after Heritage Hills wrestles Forest Park at 4:30 p.m.

    The swim meet has been rescheduled for Monday, March 16.

  • Becky Genet wins Marian Archer...

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    PLAINFIELD—Long-time Perry Central coach Rebecca Genet was awarded the Marian Archer Service Award by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association at its spring conference March 1.
    The Marian Archer Award was established by the Archer Family in 1979 to honor Marian Archer for outstanding work in promoting girls athletics. One award is given statewide each year.

  • Trojans conquer Cannelton

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    OAKLAND CITY—Pressure defense and strong rebounding helped Wood Memorial jump to a 30-2 lead and beat Cannelton 60-21 in Class A basketball sectional semifinals Friday.
    Wood Memorial center Conner Sevier, a college prospect listed at 6-foot-5, always hits a high percentage from the field against Cannelton - he was 8 for 9 in their regular-season game and 6 for 7 with a team-high 13 points in this game.
    Surprisingly, though, he did not grab a single rebound in their regular-season game.