en Commodores shut down Bulldogs 11-0 <p> Kasey Richardson<br /> Sports editor<br /> CANNELTON &ndash; On Monday, the Cannelton Bulldogs hosted Perry Central in an intra-county matchup as the Commodores won in a shutout, 11-0.<br /> &ldquo;We played a total team ball game today,&rdquo; said Perry Central head coach Jeremy Edwards.<br /> He added, &ldquo;We had excellent pitching from Dylan and Tate, with good hitting behind that. We played an all around game today and I&rsquo;m proud of the effort.&rdquo;<br /> Dylan Hubert led the way for the Commodores at the mound, throwing 8 strikeouts in 6 innings.<br /> Marksmen fall in nailbiter to South Spencer <p> Kasey Richardson<br /> Sports editor<br /> ROCKPORT &ndash; The Marksmen baseball team was back on the road as they faced off against South Spencer on Saturday. Tell City lost a close game, hard-fought game against Rebels with a final score of 5-4 in 7 innings.<br /> &ldquo;I thought we played better Saturday. We are starting to see improvements with some of the mistakes me made early on,&rdquo; said Marksmen baseball head coach Trent Benningfield.<br /> Tell City&rsquo;s right fielder D&rsquo;iondre Jacob went 1-3, with 2 hits and had an RBI recorded for the game.<br /> Defense lifts Tell City past PC <p> BY: LARRY GOFFINET<br /> SPORTS EDITOR Emeritus<br /> TELL CITY &ndash; Both coaches agreed that defense was the difference in Tell City&rsquo;s 5-1 softball victory over Perry Central Monday.<br /> &ldquo;We played good defense compared to what we&rsquo;ve been doing the past two games,&rdquo; said Tell City Coach Maggie Schuetter. &ldquo;We had 10 errors against North Posey and today we only had one.&rdquo;<br /> Marksmen girls tops in home track meet <p> Kasey Richardson<br /> Sports editor<br /> TELL CITY &ndash; On Monday, the Marksmen track and field team hosted Northeast Dubois and Tecumseh as Tell City came out on top with a team score of 77. The girls team had an all-around turn out in the home meet as the team had various key performances with multiple first place winners.<br /> PC Boys finish second in home quadrangular <p> Kasey Richardson<br /> Sports editor<br /> LEOPOLD &ndash; The Commodore boys track team hosted the quadrangular meet between South Spencer, Southridge and Hancock County on Tuesday.&nbsp; The boys finished with a team score of 70 for second place behind Southridge&rsquo;s 99.<br /> First place winners in the quadrangular meet were Cain Hohne, who set the school record in the high jump clearing a mark of 6-7.<br /> Clay James placed first for the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 16.44. &nbsp;<br /> Commodore girls track place second in home meet <p> Kasey Richardson<br /> Sports editor<br /> LEOPOLD &ndash; On Tuesday, Perry Central&rsquo;s girls track team competed in the home quadrangular meet.<br /> The girls team finished in second place with a team score of 53 behind Southridge&rsquo;s 109. Claire Davis won the shot put throw with a mark of 33.25&rdquo;.<br /> Alysia Hurtado finished in second place behind Davis with a mark of 29&rsquo;6.<br /> Davis also placed first for the discus throw with a mark of 97&rsquo;7. &nbsp;<br /> Alyssa Hill took second place with a throwing mark of 83&rsquo;3&rdquo;. &nbsp;<br /> Tell City trounces Paoli <p> TELL CITY &ndash; Rylie Schroeder and Kori Embry each had three hits as Tell City whipped Paoli 15-1 in junior high softball Friday.<br /> Two of Schroeder&rsquo;s hits were doubles and she drove in three runs. Embry had one double and drove in two runs.<br /> Brea Poehlein and Athea Woods each added a single and a double and drove in two runs.<br /> Bria Hayko also hit a double and had two RBIs.<br /> Schroeder pitched a three-hitter for the win, striking out seven and walking none.<br /> Marksmen golf defeats South Spencer <p> Kasey Richardson<br /> Sports editor<br /> TELL CITY &ndash; The Tell City Marksmen varsity golf team shot a 174 as they defeated South Spencer who had just two scorers on Tuesday. &nbsp;<br /> Colin Noble was the overall medalist with a 39, including a birdie on #1.&nbsp; Spencer Fest shot a 44 to tie with South Spencer&rsquo;s number one golfer.&nbsp; Griffin Alvey shot a 45, including a birdie on the #4 hole.&nbsp; Evan Noble shot a 46 to complete the scoring for the Marksmen.&nbsp; Additionally, Wyatt Kreilein shot a 52 and Dax Huff shot a 56. Kreilein also birdied at #4.