Local sports roundup – September 5


Owls win opener at Hoosier Cup

BLOOOMINGTON — Marie Lenart tallied two goals and Kayla Griffin added a score in a gritty 3-1 victory against Evansville Harrison on Friday.

Maria Cerda and Griffin assisted on the scores.

In goal, Rachel Collett collected 10 saves for the Owls.

Today, the Owls (2-2) will resume Hoosier Cup tournament play at Bloomington North.


Match suspended

SEYMOUR — The Brownstown Central at Seymour boys tennis match was postponed Friday evening due to lightning.

Before calling it for the night, the Braves led 2-1.

The Owls’ Ty McCory defeated Braves senior Cole Brock at No. 2 singles for his team’s point.

In a three-set match, the Braves’ Riley Carlin and Sam Hoff defeated the Owls’ Josiah Rudge and Grant Handloser.

At No. 2 dobules, the Braves’ Sy Zickler and Ethan Carlin bested the Owls to remain undefeated on the season.

The No. 1 singles match between the Owls’ Alex Berry and the Braves’ Lute Lahrman, as well as the No. 3 singles match between the Owls’ Adam Berry and the Braves’ Kent Criminger were both in the third set before the match was called.

On Sept. 15 the No. 1 and No. 3 singles matches will be finished to determine which team is victorious.


Braves down Mitchell on the road

MITCHELL — The Brownstown Central girls golf team bested Mitchell 205-11 on Thursday at Stone Crest Golf Community.

Braves sophomore Emma Zabor continued her strong week on the links by leading her team with a 49.

Next for the Braves was Breonna Botorff at 52, Regan Campbell scoring 51 and Kaela Tormoehlen carding 53.

The Braves’ KaCee Collins had 59, Shelby Stuckwisch had 61 and Kellie Burchett scored 64.


Braves, Hornets run in Ramsey

RAMSEY — The Brownstown Central and Medora cross-country teams hit the trials at the Cougar Classic Invitational, hosted by North Harrison, on Thursday.

On the girls side, the Braves finished 11th of 19 teams with 308 points.

North Oldham won the girls meet scoring 32 and Jasper’s Tara Cassidy was the individual winner in 19:16.96.

Kaelyn Johnson led the Braves with a 41st place finish in 23:43.13.

The Braves’ were then represented by Alexis Koch in 43rd timing 23:47.09, Shauna Drake’s time of 24:43.85 for 55th, a 62nd placing by Desinty Satterthwaite in 24:58.02.

Sarah Shoemaker rounded-out the Braves’ scoring in 107th, of 144 runners, at 28:57.67.

The Hornets didn’t have a female runner on the day.

For the boys, the Braves finished 12th of 21 team, scoring 330.

Eastern’s Josh Ratts crossed the finish first in 16:22.94, and Tell City won the team scoring at 47 points.

The Braves’ Jake McCullough led his squad with a 30th place finish, of 144 runners, in 18:01.69.

Cameron Lee timed 18:57.40 for 58th, Seth Berry’s time of 19:08.30 was good enough for 66th and Harlan Deaton placed 87th in 20:02.66.

Reece Covert was next for the Braves in 20:06.72 for 89th, Aaron Kruse clocked 21:02.58 for 102nd and Xavier Miranda was 131st in 25:33.49.

The Hornets had two runners at the meet, as Matt Jones ran a 22:00.98 for 116 and Zac Thompson was 125th in 23:07.12.