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Today's Sports

  • Bosse tops Tell City in...

    EVANSVILLE—Bosse shut out Tell City for the first 79 minutes and beat the Marksmen 2-1 in boys soccer Wednesday.
    Eli Reed scored Tell City’s goal in the final minute on an assist from Grant Bolin.
    Reed Goffinet made 22 saves in goal for Tell City and other defenders made 10 saves.
    But the Marksmen got only eight shots on goal.
    “It was a very physical game,” said Tell City Coach Austin Fischer.
    Tell City, 1-7, will host Northeast Dubois today at 5 p.m.

  • Tell City runs tennis win streak...

    TELL CITY—Tell City won the top two singles matches and No. 2 doubles to beat Pike Central 3-2 in PAC boys tennis Thursday.
    That was the Marksmen’s third win in three days and fifth in a row as they raised their record to 5-2 in the PAC and 6-3 overall.
    “This was probably the best we played as a team all year,” said Tell City Coach Nick Weyer. “From top to bottom, I was extremely proud of our play tonight. Pike Central is a solid, well-coached team; therefore, this is a good win for us.
    “It’s been a tiring, hot week, but the gentlemen worked hard and had positive outcomes.”

  • Commodores’ defense stops Tell...

    By LARRY GOFFINET Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Strong defense, including improved blocking the last two games, helped Perry Central defeat Tell City 25-21, 25-16, 25-20 in volleyball Thursday.

  • Tell City routs Chargers

    By MIKE SPRAGUE Sports Correspondent

    PETERSBURG—Tell City ran all over Pike Central for a 48-7 win in Pocket Athletic Conference football Friday.

  • Commodores defeat Rams on...

    By LARRY GOFFINET Sports Editor LEOPOLD—Austin LeClere kicked a 23-yard field goal as time expired to give Perry Central a 24-21 PLAC football win over Paoli Friday.

  • Hayes leads Memphis to victory

    MEMPHIS, Tenn.—Tell City graduate McKenzie Hayes tied for the team lead in kills as the University of Memphis beat Southeastern Louisiana 25-15, 25-23, 26-24 in volleyball Saturday.
    Hayes, who sprained an ankle in preseason, did not play in the Tigers’ first five matches but made her debut in the second set of Saturday’s match and made three kills in just five attempts in that game.
    She finished the match with 10 kills, tying Lauren Hawkins for the team lead. Hayes also made three digs.

  • Gibson Southern swamps Tell City

    FORT BRANCH—Teddy Rexing and Hunter DeWeese each scored three goals as Gibson Southern beat Tell City 11-3 in PAC boys soccer Monday.
    “That’s a very good team,” Tell City Coach Austin Fischer said of the Titans, who are ranked No. 15 in the state in Class A. “They were a scoring machine.
    “We played well. We’re getting better.”

  • Heritage Hills blocks Tell City

    TELL CITY—Madison Fella’s blocking and some Tell City mental mistakes turned the match around in the second game as Heritage Hills beat Tell City 18-25, 27-25, 25-18, 25-20 in PAC volleyball Tuesday.
    After winning the first game, “we stopped being aggressive,” said Tell City Coach Dalonda Hayes. “We stopped attacking—we were always on defense.”
    Part of the reason for that was the Marksmen had several spikes blocked by the 6-foot-2 Fella in the second game.

  • PC 7th in tough tourney

    MONTGOMERY—Perry Central faced three state-ranked Class A teams in pool play at Barr-Reeve’s volleyball tourney.
    Perry Central, ranked No. 8 in the state in Class 2A this week, lost to Trinity Lutheran 19-25, 25-12, 15-11, to Barr-Reeve 27-25, 21-25, 15-10, and to Indianapolis Lutheran 25-11, 25-19 in pool play. Trinity Lutheran is ranked No. 7 in the state in its class, Barr-Reeve No. 2, and Indianapolis Lutheran No. 3 this week.

  • Tell City hopes to finish drives...

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City football coach Ryan George hopes the Marksmen’s failure to finish drives against South Spencer last week will keep them from getting overconfident when they visit Pike Central Friday at 6:30 p.m.
    The Chargers have lost their three games by an average score of 58-12.
    But George noted, “They had more rushing yards against Heritage Hills than we did. They run the ball very well.”