Local sports roundup – April 7

Tigers fall to Seymour JV


The Crothersville baseball team couldn’t manage a hit in a 27-0 loss to Seymour’s junior varsity team Tuesday.

Leading 2-0 after the first inning, the Owls exploded for 23 runs in the top of the second to put the game far out of reach.

Codi MacDonald and Alex Van Coutren each pitched a single inning for the Tigers and Seth Anderson completed the matchup before falling by run-rule.

Parker Phelps and Chahiro Kamiya pitched the shutout for the Owls.

Pair of homers leave Owls undefeated


Led by two homers from senior Seth Stuckwisch, the Seymour baseball team trounced Henryville 13-0 on the road Monday.

Stuckwisch also hit a single to drive-in four RBIs on the night.

The Owls opened the game with a 4-0 lead in the first inning before adding one run in both the second and third.

In the fourth inning the Owls added a pair of runs before going for five runs in the sixth.

Owls junior Ryan Wienke pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts, two walks and a pair of hits.

The Owls (4-0) will hit the road tonight as they face Bloomington North.


Braves outlast Stars


The Brownstown Central softball team held off Bedford North Lawerence in the final innings on Monday in a 3-2 victory.

In the first inning the Braves managed a 1-0 lead off an error by the Stars.

The Braves added two more runs in the top of the third, as Brooke Ebbing kicked things off with a solo home run and Maeleigh Tidd added a homer of her own.

The Stars scored on a solo home run by Marissa Watson in the third inning and an RBI double by Brittani Webb in the fifth inning.

Kourtney Branaman finished as the winning pitcher for the Braves, pitching in all seven innings, with seven strikeouts, three walks and six hits.

Tonight, the Braves (3-0) play away at Columbus East.