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Today's Sports

  • Tell City wrestlers 0-3 in...

    NEWBURGH—All three Tell City qualifiers got pinned in the first round of the Castle wrestling regional Saturday.
    David Teague lasted almost the entire 6 minutes before getting pinned by Logan Dilbeck of Gibson Southern in the 106-pound weight class.
    Christian Pellacer of Gibson Southern beat Aubrey Craig in 3:10 at 113, and Ashton Forzley of Mater Dei defeated Elliott Brown in 2:29 at 160.
    “They wrestled well, just not well enough to win,” said Tell City Coach Neal Stahly.

  • McKee propels Titans past...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    FORT BRANCH—Freshman guard Chandler McKee scored 23 points in the last 10 minutes as Gibson Southern overtook Tell City 63-58 for a PAC boys basketball victory Saturday.
    McKee hit four three-point shots and also scored a three-point play on a drive and free throw in his hot streak.
    He hit 6 of 8 shots from the field for the game, including 4 of 5 from three-point range, and 9 of 9 free throws as he finished with a game-high 25 points.

  • Hot 3-point shooting propels...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    FERDINAND—North Posey jumped to a 19-4 lead behind 5 of 7 three-point shooting and beat Perry Central 58-40 in the first round of Forest Park’s girls basketball sectional Tuesday.
    Madison Worman hit three three-pointers and Kayla Sanford and Emma Werry each added one in the Vikings’ hot start in the first 7 1⁄2 minutes.
    Their only points that didn’t come on three-pointers in that span were a rebound basket by Hayley Harness and a transition layup by Rachel Ungetheim.

  • Hornets clip Bulldogs

    By PHILLIP BALL
    Sports Correspondent

    CANNELTON—Cannelton played perhaps its best boys basketball game of the year but lost to Hancock County 72-66 Saturday.
    Just as they did the previous night, the Bulldogs got off to a fast start in the first quarter.  They hit 10 of 14 from the field in the quarter, including 2 of 2 from three-point range, to build a 22-19 lead.

  • Rebels edge PC 52-50

    By MIKE SPRAGUE
    Sports Correspondent

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central missed a three-point shot at the final buzzer in a 52-50 boys basketball loss to South Spencer Saturday.
    Michael Schwartz’s three-pointer from the left wing gave the Commodores their last lead of the game, 42-40, with 7:37 left.
    On South Spencer’s next possession Grant Allen was fouled driving the lane. He made the basket and free throw, putting South Spencer up one with 6:35 left.

  • Tell City stops Cloverport

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Strong defense, especially in the first half, propelled Tell City past Cloverport 81-50 in boys basketball Tuesday.
    The Marksmen used a variety of defenses in the first half.
    In all of them “I just thought our defense in the first half was really aggressive,” said Tell City Coach Brent Owen. “We had a lot of steals that led to easy baskets.

  • Tell City 7th in sectional

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    JASPER—Bailey Powell placed in the top nine in two individual events and two relays to lead Tell City to seventh place in the 11-team girls swimming sectional Saturday.
    The Marksmen scored 147 points, just 13 behind sixth-place Pike Central. Jasper won with 492.
    Kassi Peter, Powell, Sydney Brown and Samantha Allen placed sixth in the 400-yard freestyle relay in 4:22.41.

  • Kohnert second in rebounding at...

    GODFREY, Ill.—Tell City graduate Chris Kohnert has helped Lewis and Clark Community College’s men’s basketball team to a 9-12 record this season as the team’s starting small forward.

    Kohnert, a 6-foot-7 sophomore, is second on the team with 4.8 rebounds per game and third in steals with 1.0 per game.
    He is averaging 6.9 points per game and hitting 45.1 percent from the field and 69.8 percent at the free-throw line.
     

  • Winter Games are more about...

    There was a time when I thought much more highly of the Summer Olympics than the Winter Games.
    That was because the Winter Games were full of events that I didn’t consider real sports, such as bobsledding, curling and luge.
    The Summer Games, on the other hand, featured basketball, track and swimming, sports that athletes nearly everywhere in the United States participate in from elementary school on.

  • Tell City goes cold in 2nd half

    LINCOLN CITY—Heritage Hills went on a 20-5 run to end the game as it beat Tell City 37-22 in PAC girls basketball Friday.
    After falling behind 11-1 in the first four minutes, Tell City switched to man-to-man defense and battled back to tie the Patriots 17-17 early in the third quarter.
    “Then we just went cold,” said Tell City Coach John Hayes. “We could not hit open shots again.
    “We didn’t practice Tuesday or Wednesday (because of icy roads). That doesn’t help when you’re not great shooters.”