Local sports roundup – May 5



Owls frosh co-medalist

SEYMOUR — Seymour freshman Keaton Simpson shot a 37 at Shadowood Golf Course against visiting New Albany and Columbus East on Monday to claim co-medalist honors.

New Albany’s Addison Greenwell also finished with a 37 on the day, as his team took the three-way match amassing 157 strokes.

Columbus East came in next in team scoring at 159, and the Owls tallied 162.

Tyler Bullard scored a 40 for the Owls, Brady Marshall notched a 41, and Brady Rinehart shot a 44.

Ethan Ashley and Noah Beaty rounded out the Owls’ unit with 47 and 66 strokes.

Cougar claims medal

SEYMOUR — Trinity Lutheran senior Parker Criswell picked up right where he left off after claiming medalist at the Cougar Invitational on Saturday by shooting a match-low 40 against Salem on Monday.

The Cougars’ Chad Stuckwisch scored a 42 on the day, while Cory Stuckwisch added a 43.

Jonathan Keith’s 45 was next, and Skylar Stahl and Clayton Pottschmidt shot a 47 and 52.

Braves hold Hickory Hills

SEYMOUR — Brownstown Central picked up a 169-178 win behind a medalist performance by senior Lance Hackman against Jeffersonville at Hickory Hills on Monday.

The Braves had a strong outing throughout their entire lineup as Levi Sweeney shot a 42, Hunter Browning added a 43 and Seth Berry and Jackson Wagner tallied 44’s.

Lute Lahrman shot a 41 for the Braves, Tyler Neal had 43 strokes, Chanler Fletwood notched a 44, and Brayton Hattabaugh finished with 48.

Other Braves golfers on the links included: Gavin Bane’s 50, Lance Goeckers’s 52 and Jakeb Webber’s 55.


Cougars drop close match

EDINBURGH — The Trinity Lutheran tennis team fell to Edinburgh 3-2 on Monday.

Kendyll Austin picked up the lone singles win for the Cougars, at No. 3, 6-0, 6-4.

Another Cougars victory came behind the No. 2 doubles tandem of Shelby Nierman and Maddie Lucas, as they defeated the Lancers 6-3, 6-2.

With the loss, the Cougars drop to 1-7 on the season.


Tigers set multiple PR’s at Austin

AUSTIN — The Crothersville girls set six personal records and the boys notched two PR’s in a four-team meet in Austin on Monday.

The girls placed second with 63 points, and Henryville took the meet at 87. Austin scored 49 and New Washington amassed 40 on the day.

The 3,200 relay team of Isabel Kannegiesser, Chasta Lamb, Breanna Barger and Tristen Maschino set a personal record of 11:49.95 in a first-place finish.

Sophomore Katrina Christian set a PR in the 200, clocking 26.9 on top of garnering another first place in the 100, timing 12.78.

Tigers senior Becca Hensley had a career-best time of 18.19 in the 100 hurdles.

In the 800, the Tigers’ Maschino had a personal-best time of 2:56.6 for second place.

The discus witnessed Kalynda Hoevener launch a PR 52-7 1/2 in a fourth-place finish.

On the boys side, Noah Hoskins set bests in the 100 (11.78), 200 (25.11) and discus (103).

Hoskins placed second in the 200 and third in both the 100 and discus.


Owls edge Salem

Seymour scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to escape with a 7-6 win against Salem on Monday.

Faith Rebber finished with two doubles and four RBIs to lead the Owls’ offensive unit while Haley Westfall and McKenna Curry each added a pair of singles.

The Owls’ Avery Clark picked up the win in the circle with two strikeouts, nine hits and two walks.

At the plate, the Owls compiled 11 hits to the Lions’ nine.

The Owls finished with five errors to two mistakes for the Lions.

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