Local sports roundup – September 15


Prep sports


Braves best Scottsburg, head to Otis Park next


Brownstown Central sophomore Regan Campbell earned her first medalist finish in a 210-238 Braves victory of Scottsburg on Monday at Hickory Hills.

Kaela Tormoehlen was next for the Braves shooting a 52, Emma Zabor carded 53 and Shelby Stuckwisch had 54 strokes.

The Braves’ Breonna Bottorff scored 57, KaCee Collins had 58 and Kellie Burchett posted a 67.

Saturday, the Braves will head to Bedford’s Otis Park to compete in the sectional.

Owls shoot well at St. Anne’s tri-match

NORTH VERNON –The Seymour girls golf team is peaking at the right time.

The Owls shot a team-best 200 on Monday at St. Anne’s Golf Course in a tri-match with Madison and Jennings County.

Hannah Thompson led the Owls with a 44.

The Owls’ Bailey Goben shot a personal-best 46 on the afternoon, and Andrea Axsom carded 51.

Kara Rice also shot a personal-best 59 for the Owls, and Jenna Ebler shot a 64.

Jennings County won the contest with 186 strokes, and Madison was next at 190.

Emma Beasley, of Madison, was medalist with a 37.

The Owls will play at Bedford’s Otis Park in sectional action Saturday.


Braves too much for shorthanded Borden


With Borden forfeiting both doubles matches due to a lack of players, the Brownstown Central boys tennis team just needed one point to come away with a win Monday.

The Braves claimed two victories on the afternoon, as Cole Brock ousted Dawson Nale 6-2, 6-0 at No. 2 singles and Kent Criminger beat Brandon Thompson 6-2, 6-2 at the No. 3 singles spot.

Borden’s Joey Vollstedt was too much for Lute Lahrman, defeating the Braves’ No. 1 singles player 6-4, 6-4.

The Braves (11-2) host Pekin on Thursday.


Cougars back on track, beat Southwestern 2-1


The Trinity Lutheran boys soccer team claimed their first victory since Aug. 25 by downing Southwestern 2-1 on Saturday.

The Cougars’ Bobby Tabeling recorded a goal off an assist by Cole Allman and Andrew Emily slotted a 25 yards free-kick to give the Cougars a 2-1 advantage before intermission.

Neither side could find the back of the goal in the second half, as the Cougars held on for the win.

In goal, the Cougars’ Luke Onken recorded 10 saves.


Braves set personal bests at Jac-Cen-Del


The Brownstown Central girls cross-country team placed third overall at the Jac-Cen-Del Invitational, with 73 points, while every individual runner set a personal-record on Saturday.

Hanover took first amassing 67 points of the 11-team field.

Shauna Drake finished seventh on the afternoon, clocking 21:56.

The Braves’ Alexis Koch was next in 15th timing 22:32, and Destiny Satterthwaite placed 19th in 23:07.

Shauna Drake and Morgan Harrison claimed 23rd and 24th in 23:53 and 23:58 while Claire Smith notched 26th at 24:14.

In the open race, Sarah Shoemaker was third in 26:59 and Kinzey Warren placed fourth in 27:13.