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  • Tell City 2nd in triangular

    TELL CITY—Cloey Pledger shot 56 to lead Tell City to second place in a three-team girls golf match Monday.

    Corydon won with 181 strokes. Tell City shot 238 and Heritage Hills 245.

    Besides Pledger, Tell City’s scorers were Mollie Arnold and Maggie Lamb each with 60 and Hannah Gray 62.

    Corydon’s Cami Schmitt, daughter of former Tell City athletes Scott and Jenny Schmitt and granddaughter of former Tell City and Perry Central football coach Mike Spencer, shot 41 for medalist honors.

  • Hayes leads Tell City to tourney title at PC

    LEOPOLD—Kammie Jo Hayes made 28 kills as Tell City won Perry Central’s Tip-off volleyball tourney Saturday.

    Tell City beat Henryville 25-20, 23-25, 15-11, Southridge 25-15, 25-14, and Perry Central 25-18, 25-15 to go undefeated in the four-team round-robin and raise its season record to 4-3.

    Perry Central also beat Southridge 25-22, 26-24 but lost to Henryville 17-25, 27-25, 15-7.

    Hayes made nine kills, Addison Fella eight, and Grace Kreilein four in Tell City’s win over Henryville.

  • Tell City teams place 4th among 23

    RAMSEY—Brayden Lain placed seventh to lead Tell City’s junior high cross country team to fourth place in North Harrison’s 23-team junior high boys cross country invitational Thursday.

    The Marksmen scored 141 points.

    Besides Lain, Tell City’s scorers were Talon Jennings in 21st place, Aiden Kotechei 32nd, Alden Marion 33rd, and Orrin Kaiser 48th.

    Tell City also placed fourth in the girls race with 114 points.

    Lily Hagedorn led the Marksmen by placing seventh in 14:12.8 and Lexi Lain was 16th in 14:49.

  • Marksmen shut out Patriots

    TELL CITY—Gabrielle Ettensohn scored two goals and assisted on one as Tell City beat Heritage Hills 4-0 in junior high girls soccer Thursday.

    “Our girls played a very good, fast-paced game tonight,” said Tell City Coach Joe Ettensohn. “It took us a little bit to find our niche with the faster play, but we finally came around in the later part of the first half to score.”

    Riley Strahl scored the first goal on an assist by Gabrielle Ettensohn.

  • Marksmen overwhelm Rangers

    TELL CITY—Aiden Ferrand and Kelby Glenn each scored two touchdowns as Tell City trounced Forest Park 42-6 in eighth grade football Thursday.

    Ferrand scored on runs of 8 and 43 yards. Glenn scored on a 20-yard run and a 70-yard pass from Tyce DuPont.

    DuPont ran 11 yards for a touchdown and Trent Cail scored on a 50-yard run.

    J.C. Buckendahl scored two two-point conversions and Cail scored one.

    On defense Ferrand intercepted a pass and Deacon Wilson made a sack.

  • Guillaume, PC run past Paoli

    LEOPOLD—Sawyer Guillaume ran for four touchdowns as Perry Central blanked Paoli 26-0 in seventh grade football Thursday.

    Guillaume, who won the PLAC junior high 100-meter dash last spring as a sixth grader and competed in Junior Olympics track this summer, scored on runs of 47, 50, 85 and 7 yards.

    “He’s pretty fast,” said Perry Central Coach Will Gibson.

    Rutker Howard scored a two-point conversion on a run after the last touchdown.

  • Linne, LaGrange Schweizer Fest champions for 3rd time

    TELL CITY—Over 150 golfers hit the links at Hoosier Heights Country Club Aug. 11-12 for the annual Schweizer Fest tourney, one of the biggest held at the course each year.

    Bob Linne and Dan LaGrange recorded their third Schweizer Fest win when they shot a 124 in the two-day, 36-hole two-person scramble.

    Mark and Shane Flannagan won the First Flight with 129. Second Flight winners were Brad Stiles and David Clarke with 139 and Third Flight winners were Zach Sanders and Jeff Sanders with 141.

  • TC falls to Titans, Tigers

    TELL CITY—Tell City missed 11 serves in a 25-15, 25-10, 19-25, 25-20 PAC volleyball loss to Gibson Southern Thursday.

    “They’re a really good team,” said Tell City Coach Dalonda Hayes. “They made a lot of quick sets - they moved the ball around and our timing was off.

    “Right now we’re really a roller-coaster team. Our first part of our season is pretty tough and we’re young.

    “It’s trial and error right now. The first two sets I just felt like we were not in it.