Local sports roundup – November 30


County Cancer game planned

Thursday’s girls basketball game between Brownstown Central and Seymour is the annual County Cancer Game at the Lloyd E. Scott Gymnasium.

There will be a pasta dinner, which starts at 5 p.m., thatĀ also will include breadsticks, cookies and a drink. A $5 free will donation is suggested.

Hair extensions by The Buzz, costing $10, will be sold starting a 4:30 p.m. There will be seven different color options for purchase.

The junior varsity game will start at 6 p.m. followed by the varsity contest.

A silent auction will be held until the third quarter of the varsity game.

All proceeds from the dinner, silent auction and hair extensions will go to the Don & Dana Myers Cancer Center.


Braves win thriller


In a rematch of last year’s sectional semifinals, Class 3A No. 9 Brownstown Central’s season opener at No. 15 Salem was a Mid-Southern Conference dogfight.

This time around, Salen wouldn’t get the buzzer beater for the win.

Following a pair of free throws by Cody Waskom to pull the Braves within one point at 73-72 with 51 seconds left, Gavin Bane came up with a steal and got it to Ty Maxie for a layup to retake the lead.

Free throws by Carson Lambring sealed the deal after the Lions missed a freebie that was rebounded by Cam Eggersman.

BCHS took an early lead, outscoring the Lions 29-14 after eight minutes of play.

At intermission, the Braves retained a double-digit lead at 47-37.

The Lions out-scored the Braves 26-13 in the third quarter to go up 63-60 after three quarters.

Waskom led the Braves with 25 points, Lambring added 19 and Maxie totaled 16.

The Braves out-rebounded the Lions 35-30 but had 19 rebounds to the home team’s nine.

On Friday, Brownstown Central (1-0, 1-0 MSC) will host Seymour.

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