Local sports roundup – May 3


Boys track and field

Owls win Seymour Invitational


While their home invitational was moved to Bedford North Lawrence due to renovations at Bulleit Stadium, Seymour held their title by amassing 111 points Monday.

Jennings County scored 95, Bedford North Lawrence 74, Floyd Central 46 and North Harrison 7 on the evening.

Kem Forvil won the 400 in 52.40 for the Owls.

In the 1,600, Cam Deppen posted a 4:36.99 to claim a blue ribbon.

Seymour’s Austin Hatfield won the long jump (20-3) and Seth Ragon cleared 6-3 for the high jump’s top height.

Jake Vance pole vaulted 10-06 to claim first in the pole vault, and Reace Cavanaugh tossed 44-01 1/2 in the shot put for a victory.


Braves stay unbeaten in MSC


Brownstown Central scored three runs in the top of the third inning in defeating Clarksville 4-1 on Monday and improving to 5-0 in the Mid-Southern Conference.

With two outs in the top of the third, Zach McCory singled, stole second base and scored on a single by Cole Brock. Sy Zickler walked, and Austin Green singled to drive in Brock. Devin Stuckwisch followed with a double to drive in Zickler.

In the top of the seventh, Brock singled, Zickler walked, both runners moved up on a sacrifice by Green and Brock scored on a bunt by Stuckwisch.

Tyler Lawson pitched the first five innings, and Green pitched the last two. They combined for seven strikeouts and one walk.

The Braves (10-2) have won nine in a row.

Cougars hang on to defeat Jets

Trinity Lutheran scored twice in the first inning and held Hauser to one late run in winning a makeup game 2-1 at home Monday.

Sam Crick and Chandler Reynolds each had an RBI for the Class A No. 2 Cougars (10-3) in the first inning.

Through six innings on the mound, Trinity’s Jacob Schult registered nine strikeouts and gave up four walks, two hits and one run.

Crick finished the game by striking out two and allowing a hit, and he set a single-season school record with his fifth save.

Schult, Reynolds, Jake Moore and Ross Kruse each had a hit for Trinity, while Schult and Moore scored.

Girls tennis

Owls blank Panthers on road


Seymour cruised to a 5-0 win Monday on Jennings County’s courts.

Hallie Crenshaw at No. 1 singles and Megan Baurle at No. 2 singles both won 6-2, 6-1. At No. 3 singles, Addie Rudge posted a 6-0, 6-1 win.

In doubles action, Emma Wood and Lindsey Hume at the No. 1 position won 6-3, 6-1, and Katie O’Mara and Kelli Armes at No. 2 won 6-2, 6-2.

The Owls moved to 7-2 on the season.

Cougars lose to Lancers at home

Edinburgh swept every match in straight sets in Monday’s 5-0 win at Trinity Lutheran.

Leah Stuckwisch and Macey Prewitt at No. 2 doubles picked up the most game wins for Trinity, falling 6-4, 6-4. Next was Aurora Willman at No. 1 singles, losing 6-2, 7-5.

Edinburgh only gave up five games at No. 1 doubles and combined to give up three games at the other two singles spots.

Trinity dropped to 2-9 on the year.


Owls’ rally falls short against Lions


Salem defeated Seymour 7-6, ending the Owls’ previously unbeaten season.

The host Lions built a 7-2 lead before Seymour pulled to within one with the tying run on third base, but the Owls couldn’t score the runner.

Seymour is now 9-1.

Boys golf

Braves lose to Red Devils


Host Jeffersonville defeated Brownstown Central 164-182 on Monday at Elk Run Golf Club.

The Red Devils were led by Jay Williams’ even-par 36, which gave him medalist honors.

Hunter Browning had Brownstown’s best score at 40, while Seth Berry shot 46, Jackson Wagner tallied 47 and Brayton Hattabaugh carded 49.

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