Today's Sports

  • Panthers defeat Commodores 46-87

    LEOPOLD – Bree Noland led the Commodores in scoring, dropping 23 points and grabbing 7 boards as Perry Central fell to Corydon Central, 46-87 on Tuesday.
    Macey Emmons was the second leading scorer for the Commodores racking in 11 points and 3 steals in the matchup. Caylyn Peter made a defensive presence, coming away with 3 steals as well.
    In the first quarter, the Panthers pounded the floor tempo on defense, running a half court trap on Perry Central.

  • Marksmen fall to Rangers, 43-32


    FERDINAND – Senior froward Kammie-Jo Hayes played big in the second half, finishing with a double-double in the contest, yet the Marksmen fell to  Forest Park, 41-32 on Thursday.
    Hayes finished with 12 points and snatched 12 rebounds to record her first double-double on the young season. Ava Hilgenhold was the second scoring leader for the Marksmen finishing the game with 8 points and 2 steals. Chloe Carmen came in the game with scrappy defense, recording 5 steals in the game.

  • Trojans rout Commodores, 45-27

    By Kasey Richardson
    Sports Editor
    Sophomore forward Bree Noland led the Commodores in scoring, dropping 9 points and grabbing 8 rebounds as Wood Memorial defeated Perry Central, 27-45 in the non-conference matchup.
    The Commodores came into the game 1-0 with momentum from a victory against Southridge on Tuesday.
    Senior guards Caylyn Peter and Macey Emmons contributed to the scoring; Peter with 8 points and Emmons with 4 points.

  • 2018 Basketball Preview: Perry...

    By Kasey Richardson
    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD – Tuesday, the Perry Central girls basketball team will kick off it’s 2018-2019 campaign against South Ridge.
    The Commodores finished the 2017-18 season 3-19 for the year. A notable win for Perry Central last year was an overtime win against South Spencer in the PSC Holiday tournament.
    The Commodores are being coached by R.T. Elliott.

  • 2018 Basketball Preview: Tell...

    By Kasey Richardson
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY – The Tell City Marksmen girl’s basketball team will kicking off their 2018 campaign against Cannelton Tuesday.
    Last year, the team finished the regular season 11-13. The Marksmen are being coached by John Hayes.
    The team is going into this year with high expectations and are looking to capitalize from the beginning on their experience as they move toward sectionals in one of the toughest conferences in the IHSAA.

  • Commodores fall to Providence 28...

    By Kasey Richardson
    Sports Editor
    LEOPOLD – Perry Central played a hard-fought game to close out it’s season as Providence defeated the Commodores, 28-6 in sectional action Friday.
    Providence received the ball first to start the game. The Pioneers returned the ball to the their own 30-yardline. With a few successful run and pass plays, Providence had the ball spotted on the Commodore 21-yard line.
    A few plays later, Providence scored on a 5-yard run.
    Perry Central then received the ball on their own 28-yard line.

  • Krelein and Hayes named All-...

    TELL CITY – Senior setter Grace Krelein and senior outside hitter Kammie-Jo Hayes were both named All-Conference for the PAC on Monday night.
    Hayes and Krelein were essential to this year’s Marksmen volleyball team leading them to the  IHSAA sectionals.
    Krelein received honors as the All-Conference setter and was named apart of the Academic All-State.
    Hayes was named All-Conference All-Around Player.

  • IHSAA FOOTBALL Sectional Preview...

    Sports Editor

    Perry Central played huge against Eastern, playing physical defense, capitalizing and executing on offense to receive the win in the first round of the IHSAA Sectional.
    This week, the Commodores will have a tough matchup and will need to continue to play physically to have chance to advance to the next round.
    In the second round of the IHSAA football sectionals, the Commodores have been set to match up against the Providence Pioneers.

  • Marksmen advance after placing...

    Sports Editor

    NASHVILLE – Nate Kaiser finished in 5th place overall at the Brown County Semi-State meet as Tell City advanced to it’s fourth straight state meet.
    The Marksmen finished in 6th place out of 20 teams on Saturday to qualify for the state competition. The top-6 teams from each of the four semi-state draws, plus the top-10 individuals not on qualifying team made it to the State meet.

  • Perry Central 7th & 8th...

    LEOPOLD – Sawyer Guillaume scored three rushing touchdowns for the Commodores as Perry Central’s 7th grade team rout West Washington, 26-6.
    The first score for the Commodores was a 7-yard in the end zone from Guillaume. The two-point conversion was successful with Corbin Haughee completing a pass to Aiden Labhart in the end zone.
    The next few scores for Perry Central came from Guillaume’s 38 yard run; he then broke for a 46-yard touchdown to make the score lopsided in the second half.