Today's Sports

  • Dauby makes academic all-state

    INDIANAPOLIS—Perry Central senior forward/guard Elizabeth Dauby was named to the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association’s Academic All-State girls basketball team last week.
    Dauby has a 4.0 grade-point average and is ranked No. 1 in her class.
    She plans to attend the University of Southern Indiana to study exercise science in pursuit of earning a doctorate degree in physical therapy.
    In basketball she started every game for the Commodores this season and averaged 4.6 points and 1.5 assists per game.

  • Rogier, Hohne, Bishop, Noland,...

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Abby Rogier was named the best all-around cheerleader at Perry Central’s winter sports awards program Tuesday.
    No Most Valuable Player was named in boys or girls basketball, though Cain Hohne won the most efficient award in boys basketball based on all positive and negative statistics.
    Hohne won four boys basketball awards overall and Luke Bishop won three.
    Bree Noland won seven girls basketball awards and Macey Emmons won five.
    The complete list of awards:

  • 50 years on the books

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    CANNELTON—At most schools official scorekeepers come and go every few years.
    But Cannelton’s Richard King was honored at the Bulldogs’ final home boys basketball game this season for keeping score for various Cannelton teams for 50 years, including the last 38 for the boys basketball team.
    His scorekeeping career started with football in the fall of 1968, when Paul Osborne coached that sport for the Bulldogs.

  • No Perry Central girls make All-...

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    PAOLI—No Perry Central player was named to the All-PLAC girls basketball team Thursday, as Bree Noland just missed the honor.
    The top 12 vote-getters in voting by the conference coaches made the team, with the top choice on a coach’s ballot receiving 12 points, the next one 11, etc.
    Noland, a freshman forward who led Perry Central in scoring, rebounding, and field-goal percentage, fell just three voting points short of making the team.

  • Goffinet makes HBCA all-district

    TELL CITY—Tell City guard Katie Goffinet has been named to the Hoosier Basketball Coaches Association’s All-District 2 team.
    The HBCA was created in 1988 to help give more recognition to players from southern Indiana. It covers roughly the southern half of the state, divided into four districts.
    Every year HBCA member coaches vote on senior players in their district to determine who is named to the All-District team and as Regional All-Stars.
    Goffinet was one of 12 players named to the All-District 2 team.

  • Bishop makes all-conference

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    PAOLI—Perry Central forward/guard Luke Bishop was named to the All-PLAC boys basketball team in voting by conference coaches Thursday.
    Bishop, a 6-foot-3 senior, led the Commodores in scoring with 10.6 points per game and in free-throw shooting at 85.9 percent.
    He averaged 2.7 rebounds per game and hit 36.2 percent from the field overall, including 29.4 percent from three-point range.
    He led the Commodores in total three-pointers made with 32.

  • Sloss leads Bulldogs in awards

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    CANNELTON—Caressa Sloss received the most awards at Cannelton’s fall and winter sports banquet Wednesday.
    Sloss received five awards in girls basketball and two in volleyball.
    Sloss’ 416 points broke Cannelton’s school record for most in a season by one point and her 356 records set school and county records for most in a season.

  • Cannelton forming new conference

    Cannelton High School has not been a member of any athletic conference for 30 years, but that will change next school year.
    Cannelton was a charter member of the Pocket Athletic Conference in the 1930s and later a member of the Blue River Athletic Conference.
    The BRAC died in the late 1970s largely due to school consolidations. Four of its members consolidated to form Crawford County High School in 1976.

  • Tell City archers 2nd at Castle

    NEWBURGH—Five Tell City Archery Club members won medals in the middle school division to lead Tell City to second place in a tourney at Castle last weekend.
    The junior high Marksmen scored a season-high 3,261 points.
    They had won individual champion, as Jaden Houzanme shot 291 to win the male title.
    Other junior high Marksmen earning medals were:
    Ankita Kashyab, third-place female with a score of 283
    Aidan Kotecki, fourth-place male with 283
    Elizabeth Brinksneader, fifth-place female with 280

  • Castle turned out OK as...

    Playing the Class 2A boys basketball sectional at Castle worked out OK, though it was not most Perry Countians’ first choice for the sectional site.
    After Southridge moved up to Class 3A in the 2008-09 season, it and Washington began alternating hosting a 3A sectional.
    Thus Southridge’s 6,092-capacity Huntingburg Memorial Gymnasium was available only every other year to host the 2A sectional.