Local sports roundup – August 20



Hornets best Cougars

The Trinity Lutheran girls golf team dropped a dual match 206-257 to Henryville at Shadowood Golf Course on Friday.

The Hornets’ Kennedy East finished as medalist with a 46 (+10) on the afternoon.

Macy Taylor led the Cougars with a 55, Morgan Gabbard shot 59, Anna Betner carded a 71 and Cameo Hildreth totaled 71.

On Monday, the Cougars will host Scottsburg.

Braves win tri-meet in Scottsburg


The Brownstown Central girls golf team totaled 201 strokes to win a tri-meet over Silver Creek and Scottsburg at Westwood Golf Course on Friday.

Silver Creek carded a 226 and Scottsburg combined for 238 in the contest.

Junior Emma Zabor led the Braves with a 47 (+12).

Shelby Stuckwisch shot 55, Breonna Bottorff 52 and KaCee Collins and Regan Campbell each recorded 51s.

Monday, the Braves will play Providence at Covered Bridge Golf Club in Sellersburg.


Owls fall to Warriors


The Seymour boys tennis team fell to Scottsburg 3-2 in a makeup match on Friday.

Ty McCory picked up a win for the Owls by defeating 6-3, 6-0 at No. 2 singles while Adam Berry topped Camden Jones 6-4, 6-3 in the No. 3 spot.

Tuesday, the Owls (0-2) will travel to Shelbyville.


Braves mount comeback, fall short


The Brownstown Central volleyball team nearly amassed a massive comeback against Bloomington North on Thursday.

In a marathon match, the Braves dropped the first tow sets 25-19 and 25-17 before taking the next two 25-25, 25-23.

In the final set, North buckled-in to take the contest 15-10.

Grace Jaynes made 35 of 39 hits with 18 kills and Keeli Daralge made all 32 attempts with 10 kills.

As a team, the Braves were 133-for-165 hitting with 55 total kills.

Serving, the Braves finished 84-for-93 with 10 aces.

Today, the Braves (1-1) will travel to Charlestown to take on the Pirates and Clarksville.

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