Today's Sports

  • Evanston hosts area’s only men’s...

    Spencer County Journal-Democrat

    EVANSTON—Local recreational softball players of all ages have gotten a chance to carry out their athletic ambitions on a weekly basis in Evanston.
    Currently in its fourth season, the Evanston Men’s Softball League is the only recreational league of its kind available to residents of Spencer and Perry counties. It began in 2010 and was run by Rodney Schaefer.

  • Hayes resigns as Tell City’s...

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—John Hayes decided being head coach of teams in two consecutive seasons would be too much, so he has resigned as Tell City’s girls softball coach.
    Hayes was named Tell City’s girls basketball coach this summer after two years as John Lyons’ assistant.

  • Tri-State Maintenance stops...

    TELL CITY – Amber Taylor went 4 for 4 as Tri-State Service & Maintenance beat Smitty’s Memorial Team 10-9 Thursday to clinch the Tell City Women’s Softball League regular-season title.
    Tri-State improved to 7-1 while Smitty’s slipped to 6-2. Each has one game remaining, but Tri-State would win the tie-breaker because it beat Smitty’s two out of three times.

  • Seibert, Rowe help Rockport to...

    ROCKPORT – Tell City graduate Dayne Seibert continued his strong summer for Rockport's American Legion baseball team, driving in three runs in Post 254’s 15-2 rout of Boonville Tuesday.
    Seibert drove in one run with a single and two more with a groundout.
    Jared Lauer added three RBIs and Kobe Stephens reached base five times, helping lead Rockport to a 13-run win.
    Seibert had another RBI and C.J. Rowe improved to 4-0 on the mound, as Rockport defeated Jasper 11-4 Wednesday night.

  • Marksman archers compete in St....

    ST. LOUIS – The Tell City Marksmen traveled to St. Louis June 20 to participate in the 2013 National Archery in the Schools Program world championship tourney. Organizers said 2,907 participants shot there.

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  • Beard, Zuelly make All-SW Indiana

    EVANSVILLE - Tell City’s Spenser Beard and Trent Zuelly were named to the Evansville Courier & Press’ All-Southwestern Indiana baseball team Sunday.

    Beard, selected as one of the team’s three starting outfielders, led Tell City with a .451 batting average, 31 runs scored and a school-record 28 stolen bases.

    He tied Trent Rainey for the Marksmen’s RBI lead with 22.

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  • Princeton crushes rusty Express...

    Staff Writer

    LINCOLN CITY - Princeton dominated a rusty Hoosier Express team in all aspects of a 13-2 Senior Legion baseball rout Sunday.

    Playing its first game in a week, the Express fell behind almost instantly, as Post 25 scored twice in the first inning and pulled ahead 6-0 after four.

    After reaching third base on two errors and a fielders choice, Reid Johnson got the Express on the board in the bottom of the fifth inning when he scored on a wild pitch, cutting the deficit to 6-1.