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Today's Sports

  • Raiders, Rebels top Tell City

    HUNTINGBURG—Tell City’s girls basketball team shot decently Thursday but played poorly in other facets of the game. Friday the Marksmen did pretty well in everything but shooting.
    The result was two road losses, 39-32 to Southridge Thursday and 58-30 to South Central Friday.
    At Southridge “we shot the ball decent, but in the first half we took only 10 shots because of turnovers,” said Tell City Coach John Hayes. “We did not take care of the basketball.”

  • Flannagan, Kleeman, Wellman...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Three Tell City stars of the 1970s, Mark Flannagan, Chris “Hooker” Kleeman and Mike Wellman, were elected to the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame Wednesday.
    Their induction ceremony will be held Jan. 28 before the Marksmen’s boys basketball game with Springs Valley. They will also be introduced to the crowd at halftime of the game.
    Mark Flannagan
    Flannagan, a 1979 graduate, played tennis, basketball and golf for the Marksmen.

  • Rebound FGs propel PC past...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central scored eight field goals - including its first four - after offensive rebounds and beat Cannelton 95-47 in boys basketball Friday.
    The Commodores grabbed 19 offensive rebounds and got three or four shots on several possessions.
    “We were getting good looks but were not hitting the shots,” said Perry Central Coach Matt Carter. “We did a good job pursuing the ball, though, and ran down some long ones too - some 50-50 balls.”

  • Tell City girls tie for second

    HUNTINGBURG—Tell City won the 200-yard freestyle relay as it tied for second in a girls triangular swim meet Monday.
    Tell City and Boonville each scored 99 points, just nine behind Southridge.
    Tell City’s Sydney Burton, Sydney Robbins, Brenna Franzman and Taylor Kratzer won the 200 free relay in 2:12.45.
    Kratzer placed second in the two individual freestyle distance races, swimming the 200 in 2:31.58 and the 500 in 6:56.68.
    Brea Haller placed second in the 100 butterfly in 1:29.38.

  • Tell City boys win tri-meet

    HUNTINGBURG—Tell City did most of its scoring in the freestyle races as it won a boys triangular swim meet Monday.
    The Marksmen scored 128 points, Boonville 99, and Southridge 84.
    Miles Brown won the 100-yard freestyle in 57.83 seconds, his best time of the season, and Stephen Houle won the 500 free in 6:11.27, edging runner-up Alex Biehl of Southridge by 1.88 seconds.
    Davis Tran, Josh Gaynor, Sam Rogers and Elliot Reed won the 200 free relay in 1:52.69, their best time.
    Gaynor also won the diving with 161.65 points.

  • Bulldogs fall to Rebels,...

    WHITESVILLE, Ky.—Whitesville Trinity went on a 16-4 fourth-quarter run to pull away to a 56-36 girls basketball victory over Cannelton Monday.
    “We played pretty well up into the fourth quarter,” said Cannelton Coach Mike Garrett. “It was 34-42.
    “Then they went on a pretty good run in the fourth quarter and we couldn’t catch up. They just beat us down the floor. They were sending someone long every time a (Cannelton) shot went up and getting layups on fast breaks.”

  • Eagles press past Perry Central...

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central forced two overtimes, but 33 turnovers eventually caught up with the Commodores in a 56-52 girls basketball loss to Lanesville Monday.
    Hitting only 8 of 23 free throws also hurt Perry Central.
    The Eagles used a 2-2-1 full-court press. “We’d break it, get it across halfcourt, and then turn it over,” said Perry Central Coach Ty Guillaume.
    He added, “They used a man-to-man press at times and it caused us some problems.”

  • 3-pointers, Wahl’s inside game...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY——Strong three-point shooting complemented Abby Wahl’s inside game as Heritage Hills trounced Tell City 72-36 in PAC girls basketball Tuesday.
    Wahl, the Patriots’ 6-foot junior center who played for the AAU age-16-and-under national champions last summer, hit 9 of 9 shots from the field and 2 of 3 free throws for a game-high 20 points.

  • Southwestern stops Bulldogs

    HANOVER—Cannelton hit only 25.7 percent from the field and got outrebounded 41-22 in a 69-24 boys basketball loss to Southwestern Saturday.
    The Bulldogs grabbed only one offensive rebound.
    Turnovers also hurt them as they committed 30 to Southwestern’s 13.

  • Shooting cold again as Marksmen...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    DUBOIS—Looking at the final score one might assume either Tell City or Northeast Dubois played a slowdown game in their boys basketball matchup Saturday.
    But actually both teams were just cold from the field, though the Jeeps hit some free throws down the stretch to beat Tell City 34-29.
    The Marksmen hit only 27.5 percent from the field, including 2 of 16 from three-point range.
    They were also cold at the free-throw line, hitting just 5 of 12 for 41.7 percent.