Local sports roundup – November 21



Knights third in national homeschool tourney

The Indianapolis Crimson Knights finished third overall at the National Home School Association National Championship over the weekend in Panama City Beach, Florida.

After falling to the Georgia Force 44-12 on Thursday, the Crimson Knights defeated Lighthouse Christian (Missouri) 26-20 in overtime on Saturday.

Central Virginia Disciples defeated Georgia Force 52-35 in the national championship game.


Braves take 4th straight win


Each game this season, Brownstown Central has relied on their depth.

With nine different players scoring on the evening, the Braves (5-1) won their fourth straight game by defeating Henryville 49-26 on Saturday.

It was the the third game in four days for BHCS.

Henryville never scored more than eight points in a quarter in the game.

After a sluggish offensive first quarter, both teams stood tied at 6-6.

BC then put up 15 in the second and third quarters to lead 36-21.

In the final eight minutes, the Braves outscored the Hornets 13-5.

Halle Hehman recorded nine points off the bench to lead the Braves on three 3-pointers while fellow freshman Keeli Darlage totaled seven points.

On the boards, Braves won the rebound battle 27-22. Freshman Ashley Schorer pulled-down eight rebounds to top the Braves.

Brownstown Central will travel to Columbus East (2-1).

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