Local sports roundup – May 17


Track and field

Braves take on MSC


The Brownstown Central track and field teams went to Corydon Central on Friday to finish  Mid-Southern Conference competition.

Silver Creek won both the girls and boys MSC team titles on the afternoon.

First place individuals were All-MSC while second made the honorable mention list.

On the boys’ side, the Braves finished second overall with a team score of 86.

Jacob Bollinger wont the pole vault at 13-6 for All-MSC while teammate Ryan Benter finished second (11-06) for honorable mention.

Thrower Joe Barnes took MSC titles in both the shot put and discus, tossing 38-5½and 147½.

Brownstown Central’s Clay Wilkerson received an honorable mention nod by placing second in the shot put at 48-5½.

The Braves’ girls finished fifth with 77.5 points.

Sophomore Kristen Stuckwisch earned All-MSC honorable mention in the 400 with a time of 1:03.74.

In the discus, Trentity Vaught was honorable mention for second place at 103-11.5.

The girls sectional track meet is today at Jennings County while the boys start their postseason Thursday at Bedford North Lawrence.


Owls defeat Henryville

The Seymour baseball team celebrated senior night with a 5-4 win against Henryville on Monday at American Legion Field.

Three seniors combined for the Owls’ first three runs in the bottom of the second when Keenan Bohall was safe on an error, Jacob Ahlbrand singled and Janzen Bloom hit a three-run homer.

Alan Perry drove in a run on a fielder’s choice later in the second, while the Owls added an unearned run in the sixth.

Senior Ryan Wieneke pitched the first six innings and did not allow an earned run, struck out nine and gave four hits.

Wieneke was the only Owl with two hits.

The Owls (12-8) will host Charlestown today.

Boys golf

Braves win home tri-meet


The Brownstown Central boys golf team defeated West Washington and Salem on Monday at a tri-meet hosted by Hickory Hills Golf Course.

BCHS totaled 160, Salem 204 and West Washington 245.

Braves senior Seth Berry earned medalist honors by carding a 39 (+4).

Other scores for the Braves included: Hunter Browning 40, Jackson Wagner 41, Lute Lahrman 44, Brayton Hattabaugh 40, Mike Boshears 46.

Cougars top Panthers

The Trinity Lutheran boys golf team defeated Jennings County 170-178 on Monday at Shadowood Golf Course.

Trinity’s Jacob Keith finished as medalist with a 40 (+6).

Cory Stuckwisch was next with 42, Jonathon Keith 43, Chad Stuckwisch 45 and Skyler Stahl 45.

Girls tennis

Edinburgh edges Brownstown


The Brownstown Central girls tennis team fell just short to Edinburgh, 3-2, on Monday.

At No. 1 singles, BC sophomore Laken Reynolds battled for the victory against Vanessa Hoskins.

After dropping the first set 6-3, Reynolds won the second in a tiebreaker before claiming the third at 7-5.

The other Braves’ win came at No. 1 doubles, as Jordan Trowbridge and Bridget Hall defeated Hannah Gosman and Sydney Schlotter 7-5, 6-3.

Wednesday, the Braves will face Austin in the opening round of the Seymour Sectional.


Braves beat Paoli


The Brownstown Central softball team shutout Paoli 3-0 on Monday.

In the first inning, Jami Bryant hit an RBI single to score Beth Wayman and Katelyn Gray.

Brownstown Central added another score in the seventh inning, when Wayman hit an RBI single to left field to plate Rilee Robinson.

Bryant tossed eight strikeouts in the circle for the pitching win.

Today, the Braves (6-12) will finish a game with Clarksville where they’re tied 1-1 in the bottom of the eighth inning.

Owls top Columbus East


The Seymour softball team scored five runs in both the second and fourth innings to beat Columbus East 10-6 on Monday.

East scored all six of their runs in the opening inning.

Seymour outhit East 9-7 in the contest, and neither team had an error.

Freshman Rachel Kaufman was the winning pitcher for Seymour.

Kaufman also had a home run in the game.

The Owls bumped to 17-5 on the season.

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