Local sports roundup – May 16



Luedeman medals at Salem

Crothersville’s Tyler Luedeman shot a 40 to receive medalist honors at Salem’s Western Hills golf course Friday.

The Tigers’ Parker Adams recorded a personal best 49 and Conner Adams shot a 63 on the day.

On Thursday, Luedeman finished second at Champion’s Pointe, Henryville, with a 40.


Senior leads Cougars girls


Trinity Lutheran senior Seth Patterson garnered first in the 110 hurdles (17.72), 300 hurdles (47.1) and picked up a second place finish in the long jump (15:10) at Southwestern (Shelby) on Friday.

The Cougars finished third with 41 points behind Oldenburg Academy’s 51 and Southwestern’s 47.

Senior Nick Toppe got a blue ribbon in the discus throwing 107.8 while fellow-senior Tommy Davis got second tossing 105.1.

In the shot put, Davis claimed first heaving 36-11½.

The Cougars’ Keegan Rebber got second in the high jump clearing 5-8.

The Trinity girls won their meet with 63 points, followed by Southwestern at 48 and Oldenburg Academy’s 39.

Cougars senior Angie Bergstedt finished first in the 100 (12.75) and 200 (26.65).

In the discus , Rachel Onken garnered a blue ribbon for a throw of 79-9.

The Coguars’ Hailley Peters notched first in the long jump at 14-6¼.

Both the 400 and 3,200 relay teams also picked up gold finishes for the Cougars.

Tuesday, the girls team will compete at the Seymour high school sectional. The boys will take on their sectional at Bedford North Lawrence this Thursday.


Scottsburg bests Tigers


Crothersville fell 12-2 in five innings at Scottsburg on Friday.

The Tigers were able to score two runs in the fourth inning, but couldn’t extend their rally.

Lacey Hall, Kashmir Kelshaw and Marissa Carter each had doubles for the Tigers. Hall and Carter’s extra base each brought in a runner.

The Tigers’ Brittany Clem, Mackenzie Farmer and Allison Davidson each had singles on the day.

Today, the Tigers will travel to the Charlestown tournament.

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