Local sports roundup – May 19



Sectional pairings announced

Brownstown Central’s tennis team will open the Seymour Sectional Wednesday as they face Scottsburg around 4:30 p.m.

The winner of the Braves and Warriors will face Seymour and Trinity Lutheran will match up with Austin on Thursday.

A sectional champion will be crowned Friday.

Cougars fall to Southwestern


The Trinity Lutheran girls tennis team finished their regular season with a 5-0 loss at Southwestern on Monday.

At No. 1 singles, the Spartans’ Alexa Schofner defeated Aurora Willman 6-1, 6-2.

Courtney Barker lost 6-2, 6-1 to Katelyn Clark and Breanna Jackson downed Kendyll Austin 6-0, 6-4 in the No. 2 and No.3 singles spots.

The No. 1 doubles team of Allison Hackman and Sydney Stuckwisch fell 6-4, 6-3 to Casey Tennell and Carley McNeely while Shelby Nierman and Maddie Lucas dropped their match 6-2, 6-2 in No. 2 doubles play.

With the loss, the Cougars finish 1-12 in the regular season.



The Brownstown Central softball team notched 13 runs in the first three innings to come away with a 13-0 five-innings win against Paoli on Monday.

Braves senior Maeleigh Tidd hit a three-run homer in the first to take the early advantage.

In the second, Katelyn Gray also added a solo home run.

Senior Kourtney Branaman recorded the win for the the Braves in the circle throwing six strikeouts, one hit and one walk in five innings.

The Braves finished with 11 hits as Jami Bryant and Tidd each finished with three RBI.

The Braves (18-8) will host Mitchell on Thursday.

Owls’ bats beat Silver Creek


The Seymour softball team amassed 16 hits to come away with a 13-5 victory at Silver Creek on Monday.

The Owls poured it on in the second inning scored seven runs after already holding a 2-0 lead.

In the fifth inning, the Owls crossed three runners past home plate while the Dragons scored four runs.

The Owls’ Lo Schmidt had a strong day, compiling two doubles which translated to five RBIs. Baylee Robinson also had a solid outing with three singles and two RBIs.

Faith Rebber’s pair of singles also brought in two runners for the Owls.

Hannah Deaton had the win in the circle for the Owls with five innings of work.

The Owls (11-12) will host Brown County today.


Jennings County tops Cougars by a stroke


The Jennings County golf team held home course at St. Anne’s in a 156-157 win against Trinity Lutheran on Monday.

Parker Criswell led the Cougars with a 37 followed by Skylar Stahl’s 38 and Drew Royalty at 40.

Chad Stuckwisch’s 41 and Cory Stuckwisch’s 46 rounded-out the Cougars’ scoring on the day.

The Cougars’ Jonathan Keith and Clayton Pottschmidt shot 47 and 48 on the day.

On May 26, the Cougars (18-4) will host Greenwood Christian Academy.

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