Today's News

  • Commodores fall to Spring Valley

     LEOPOLD – Maddie Labhart led the game with 20 digs as Perry Central lost it’s last regular season game against Spring Valley on Thursday, 25-23, 19-25, 10-25, 8-25.
    Labhart also made seven kills in the match; Elisha Schwartz had 19 digs.
    Addy Davis had 14 assists and Morgan Judy had nine assists.
    Maria Huebert, Davis and Judy all made five kills each; Meagan Mullis had three blocks in the match. With the lost to Spring Valley, the Commodores finish the season with a 4-21 record.

  • Marksmen blows past Paoli 3-1

    PAOLI— Tell City’s volleyball increase their winning streak to 3 games as the Marksmen defeat Paoli. 25-17, 25-18, 23-25, 25-17.

  • TC loses close one at sectionals

    DUBOIS – Midfielder Diond’re Jacob was the only player to score a goal for the Marksmen as Tell City lost to Forest Park, 3-1 in the boys soccer  sectionals that took place at Northeast Dubios on Wednesday.
    The first two goals came from Forest Park’s Gabe Mueller and J.D. Kerber in the first half.
    Jacob scored for Tell City on a penalty kick at the 27:31 mark in the first half to make the score 2-1.
    In the second half, Forest Park received a score from Garrett Joochem for the final goal in the game.

  • Perry Central eases past Spring Valley

    Perry Central over came four turnovers in a 30-28 win over Springs Valley in Patoka Lake Athletic Conference football Friday.
    Perry Central trailed Springs Valley 28-27 with 2:49 left in the game. The Commodores lost nine yards on their first play. On second down Perry Central’s pass was incomplete.
    Cameron Bland completed a five yard pass to Gavin Poole to the 27-yard line. On fourth-and-14 Bland threw a 54 yard pass to Greg Baize to the Blackhawk’s 17.

  • Gibson Southern Defeats Marksmen

    By Kasey Richardson
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City’s Varsity football team was only able to scored two touchdowns as Gibson Southern beat the Marksmen, 57-12.
    In the first quarter, the Marksmen received the ball at the 24-yardline. After a quick 3-and-out, Tell City ran a fake punt with a 2-yard pass completion to pick up the first down.  A few plays later, on 3rd and 7 the ball was intercepted by Gibson Southern.

  • Marksmen JV routes North Posey

    TELL CITY— Corey Braunecker scored two touchdowns as Tell City junior varsity football defeated North Posey, 38-14 on Monday night.
    The first two Marksmen touchdowns came from 38-yard and 12-yard runs from Corey Braunecker.
    Tyler Rockwell scored on a 16-yard run, and then Keaton Lloyd scored on 28-yard pass from sophomore Ross Wilgus. Freshman fullback Nicholas McDowell scored on a 3-yard run to cap off the win for the Marksmen.
    Tell City will host Forest Park on Saturday, Oct. 13, at 10 a.m.

  • Volleyball sectionals announced

    FERDINAND – Tell City and Perry Central could meet in the semifinals of Forest Park’s Class 2A volleyball sectional next week.
    The IHSAA drew the pairings for the sectionals Sunday.
    The first match in Forest Park’s seven-team sectional will take place Monday with Southridge against South Spencer at 6 p.m. (all are Central time).
    On Tuesday two matches will held as Forest Park will play Perry Central at 5:30 p.m. and Tell City will face North Posey at approximately 7 p.m.

  • PC boys win PLAC; girls 2nd by 1 point

    MARENGO—Three Perry Central runners placed in the top 10 to lead the Commodores to the PLAC boys cross country title Saturday.
    Perry Central scored 43 points to edge runner-up Orleans by three.
    Cole Harris placed third in 18:12 to lead Perry Central.
    Jonathan Theis was sixth in 18:36 and Dylan Hubert seventh in 18:37 to also make all-conference, an honor that goes to the top 10 finishers.
    The Commodores’ other scorers were Cole Granderson, 11th in 19:02, and Adrian Thorn, 16th in 19:20.

  • Kaiser, Marksmen dominate PAC meet

    Sports Editor Emeritus

    TELL CITY — Nate Kaiser broke a 37-year-old course record to lead Tell City leading to the PAC boys cross country title Saturday.
    Tell City had four runners make all-conference by placing in the top 10 and won with 37 points, 26 ahead of runner-up Gibson Southern in the nine-team meet.
    Kaiser won in 15:30.8, besting the course record of 15:37.6 set by Stan Temme of Evansville Central in the 1981 Lincoln Trail Invitational.

  • TC nips Rebels late

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Kammie-Jo Hayes achieved a milestone of 1,000-career digs as the Marksmen rallied back to defeat South Spencer, 15-25, 22-25, 29-27, 25-15, 15-9, Tuesday on senior night.
    Hayes recorded 26 digs, 24 kills, 21 points, 14 aces and three blocks with two solos and one assisted. Grace Kreilein made 28 assists and 11 digs; Justice Kuster had 16 assists, 14 points, and four aces.