Local sports roundup – April 27



Owls beat Corydon in shortened game


The Seymour baseball team scored enough runners before lightning strikes cut the game short in a 5-1 win at Corydon Central on Tuesday.

After a scoreless first inning, the Owls got on the board with a run in the second and tacked-on four in the third.

Corydon scored their lone run in the fifth before the game was called in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Ryan Wieneke was awarded the win on the mound for the Owls with three strikeouts while allowing two hits and an earned run.

Alan Perry, Seth Maki and Tyler Bloom each had two hits for the Owls.

AJ Boshears and Maki each also managed doubles.

Seymour out-hit the Panthers 10-2 in the contest.

The Owls improved to 8-5 on the season.

Track and field

Braves take on Mitchell


The Brownstown Central track and field teams squeezed in a dual meet at Mitchell on Tuesday, winning the girls’ meet and falling just short for the boys.

On the girls’ side, the Braves scored 70 points to the Bluejackets’ 53.

Freshman Brooklyn Snodgrass placed first in the long jump (15-1½) and 100 (12.69) on top of with joining teammates Madison Klinge, Hannah Gallion and Kristen Stuckwisch to take the 4×100 relay in 55.66

Trentity Vaught won both the shot put (33-1) and discus (106-3) for the Braves.

The Braves’ Kaelyn Johnson took the distances events by clocking 6:15.2 in the 1,600 and 13:34.53 for the 3,200.

Shauna Drake, Alexis Koch, Destiny Satterthwaite and Johnson combined for 11:33.58 for first in the 4×800 relay.

A blue ribbon went to Stuckwisch in the 400 (1:09.96) and to Drake for the 800 (2:43.45).

Mitchell’s boys defeated the Braves 67-56 on the final tally.

The Braves’ distance runners scored a handful of points, as Jake McCullough (4:57), Harlan Deaton (5:04.08) and Cameron Lee (5:09.88) took the top-three spots in the 1,600.

Deaton also won the 800 in 2:11.09 while McCullough took the 3,200 in 11:16.

Mitchell took two of the three relays, with the Braves winning the 4×800 in 8:39.53.

Joe Barnes (50-9), Clay Wilkerson (41-11) and Lendon Underwood (41-6 1/2) swept the shot put.

Barnes also won the discus by tossing 128-8½.

The Braves’ Andrew Kellermeier was third in the high jump (5-6) and 300 hurdles (45.56) and second in the 110 hurdles (17.58).

Junior Kyle Kramer got second in the 400 by clocking 56.03 and third in the long jump by leaping 17-7¼.

Reece Covert placed third for the 200 in 24.84.

Girls tennis

Braves blanked by Henryville

The Brownstown Central girls tennis team fell to Henryville 5-0 on Tuesday.

Jayla Helton defeated Laken Reynolds 6-3, 6-3 at No 1. singles, Leah Hunefeld topped Claudia Sibrel 6-2, 6-3 at No. 2 and Eliza Mount bested Miranda McCluskey 7-5, 6-2 at No. 3.

At No. 1 doubles, Lindsey Boswell and Alexa Howser beat Jordan Trowbridge and Bridget Hall 6-0, 6-1.

Kinley Harmon and Paige Crites picked up the win at No. 2 doubles over the Braves’ Maddy Jones and Sydney COckerham 6-2, 6-1.

The Braves dropped to 2-6 on the season.

Shawe tops Cougars


The Trinity Lutheran girls tennis team fell to Shawe Memorial 5-0 on Monday.

The No. 1 and No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles spots all fell 6-0, 6-0.

At No. 3 singles, Kelly Adams fell 6-0, 6-3 while the No. 2 doubles team of Hayley Carter and Macey Prewitt lost by the same score.

Trinity stands at 2-6 in 2016.


Tigers amass 13 hits fall to Orleans


The Crothersville softball team amassed 13 hits, but fell to Orleans 8-3 on Monday.

After trailing 4-3 through six innings, the Tigers allowed four runs in the seventh.

Jada McIntosh led the Tigers’ offensive unit with three hits while Marissa Carter and Cassidy Mantz each had two.

Hannah Ortman had a single for CHS.

In the circle, Carlee Persinger threw seven innings with 10 strikeouts.

Braves fall to Henryville


The Brownstown Central softball team fell to Henryville 8-1 on Monday, giving up seven runs in the fourth through sixth innings.

In the third inning, trailing 1-0, Lisa Scott tallied the Braves’ lone run by advancing to third base on a passed ball and then scoring on an error by the Hornets’ catcher.

The Hornets scored two in the fourth, four in the fifth and one in the sixth en route to the win.

Brownstown finished with four hits to the Hornets’ nine.

Leah Stidam, Rilee Robinson and Jami Bryant had singles for the Braves while Scott notched a double.

The Braves committed four errors in the game.

Bryant was charged the loss in the circle for BCHS.

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