Local sports roundup – May 9



Owls dominate Mustang Invitational


The Seymour softball team put on a hitting clinic en route to the Mustang Invitational title on Saturday at Edgewood.

Over the span of three games, the Owls complied 55 hits — with 25 swings earning extra bases.

In the championship game against Charlestown, the Owls totaled 17 hits — tallying 10 runs in the third inning — as they came away with a 12-7 victory.

Freshman Haley Mobley had a grand slam in the third while teammate Faith Rebber and Baylee Robinson added three doubles each.

The first two games for the Owls resembled home run derbys.

In the opening game against Bloomfield, the Owls won 11-3 on dingers from freshman Hannah Kaufman and juniors Katie Suits and McKenna Curry.

In the sixth inning, the Owls scored six runs.

Kaufman and Suits had three RBI each.

The second game, the Owls amassed 24 hits in a six innings win over Edgewood at 23-9.

Mobley, Kaufman and Rebber each had homers for the Owls.

Tori Snook, Mobley and Rebber had four RBIs a piece.

In the ring, Kaufman won the first and championship games while Schmidt was awarded the pitching victory for game two.

The Owls (13-3) play at Columbus East today in the first-round of the Hoosier Hills Conference tournament.

Seymour will host their second and third HHC games on Wednesday and Friday.


Braves take 2 at Henryville


The Brownstown Central baseball team hasn’t lost a game since April 12.

Riding an 11-games winning streak going into a doubleheader at Henryville, the Braves kept rolling with 5-0 and 6-4 wins.

In the first game, Braves pitcher Cody Williams gave up one hit while tossing six strikeouts through seven innings.

BC got on the boards with two runs in the first inning before adding a pair in the fourth and one in the fifth.

Ty Maxie hit a home run while Caron Lambring, Zach McCory, Sy Zickler and Austin Green each had two singles.

The Braves had 11 hits in the game.

Despite giving up two runs in the seventh inning, the Braves managed a 6-4 win in game two over the Hornets.

BC scored four runs in the fourth while tacking-on one in the third and fifth.

McCory had two doubles while Zickler, Maxie and Devin Stuckwisch had two singles each.

Zickler got the victory on the mound, pitching four innings.

Today, Brownstown Central (13-2, 6-0 MSC) will play at Austin.

Cougars sweep Blackhawks

The Class A No. 2 ranked Trinity Lutheran baseball team defeated Springs Valley 15-1 (five innings) and 6-0 on Saturday in a doubleheader.

In game two, the Cougars were held scoreless until tack-on two runs in each of the fourth, fifth and seventh innings.

Jacob Schult pitched all seven with 10 strikeouts with two hits.

Chandler Reynolds had three singles while Schult, Sam Crick and Nick Mensendiek each managed a double.

The Cougars dominated game one, scoring 10 runs by the third inning before adding five in the fourth.

Trinity amassed 17 hits led by five RBI and a grand slam by Mensendiek.

Crick had four RBI and Schult and Jake VonDienlingen had two.

Jake Moore picked up the win on the mound with eight strikeouts, six hits and two walks.

The Cougars are 12-5 on the season.

Tigers fall to Borden


The Crothersville baseball team fell to Borden 28-0 in five innings on Saturday.

With the loss, the Tigers dropped to 1-9 on the season.

Boys golf

Owls fourth, Braves 11th at IU


The Seymour boys golf team placed fourth while Brownstown Central was 11th of 17 teams at the Bloomington North Invitational on Saturday at Indiana University.

SHS totaled 323 and the Braves amassed 347 on the morning.

Bedford North Lawrence was first with 315 strokes.

Seymour senior Brady Marshall had the third-best score with a 75 and sophomore teammate Keaton Simpson finished fourth at 76.

Tyler Bullard carded an 85, Ben Everage 87 and Jake Silence 99 for the Owls.

BC’s Seth Berry totaled 77 to lead the Braves, a sixth place finish.

Hunter Browning scored 83, Jackson Wagner 86, Lute Lahrman 101 and Brayton Hattabaugh 101.

New Albany’s Addison Grennwell finished as top medalist with a 73.

IU will host the sectional on June 3.

Cougars 2nd at Hauser Invite


The Trinity Lutheran boys golf team totaled 335 strokes for second place at the Hauser Invitational on Saturday.

Henryville amassed 332 to finish in the top spot for the six-teams field.

Cory Stuckwisch led the Cougars with an 80 (+8).

Jonathan Keith carded 83, Chad Stuckwisch 84, Styler Stahl 88 and Drew Royalty 96 for Trinity.

Girls tennis

Cougars split at conference tourney


After falling to Shawe Memorial 5-0 in the opening round, the Trinity Lutheran girls tennis team picked up a 4-1 win over Southwestern (Hanover) at the conference tournament on Saturday.

Against SW, Courtney Barker won at No. 1 singles 6-0, 6-0.

The Cougars won by forfeit at No. 3 singles.

Trinity’s Olivia Benter and Lauren Voss took the No. 1 doubles spot 6-4, 6-1.

At No. 2 doubles, Kelly Adams and Macey Prewitt won a marathon match 5-7, 6-4, 6-4.

The Cougars (3-10) play at Henryville today.

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