Local sports roundup – April 18


Cougars defeat Hornets

Led by Cory Stuckwisch’s five-over 41, Trinity Lutheran bested Henryville 171-202 on Monday at Shadowood Golf Course.

The Cougars’ scores were close together on the afternoon.

Skyler Stahl shot 42, Jonathan Keith 43, Drew Royalty 45, Jacob Keith 56 and Chad Stuckwisch 47.

Braves top Eagles


Brownstown Central edged Brown County 178-183 at Salt Creek Golf Retreat on Monday.

Chanler Fleetwood led the Braves with a seven-over 43.

Brayton Hattabaugh and Sam Huber each carded 44s, Gavin Bane shot 47 and Mike Boshears totaled 48.

Brown County’s Parker VanNes was medalist with a 37.

The Braves and Eagles will meet again in the sectional hosted by  Indiana University later this season.


Rebels top Tigers


South Central pounded 26 hits in a 26-1, five inning win at Crothersville on Monday.

The Tigers (0-7, 0-2 SAC) fell behind 10-0 after one inning and trailed 23-0 going into the bottom of the fourth inning.

In the fourth, Jacob James scored the Tigers’ lone run on a wild pitch.

The Tigers pitched four players in the game.

Jessie Fink had two of the Tigers’ three hits on the afternoon.

Braves post MSC win


Brownstown Central used the timely hitting of Seth Borden and the strong right arm of Ty Maxie to defeat Salem 1-0 in Mid-Southern Conference action.

Borden broke up a scoreless tie with a home run in the seventh inning. It was his second hit of the game.

Maxie went the distance on the mound as he had 10 strike outs, walked two and allowed only two hits.

BC improved to 7-1 overall and 3-0 in the MSC.


Eagles edge Braves


Brownstown Central fell to Brown County 3-2 on their home courts Monday.

Laken Reynolds outlasted Hallee Mmiller 1-6, 6-4, 6-4 for a Braves win at No. 1 singles.

Riley Roberts picked up the other Braves win at No. 3 singles, topping Baelyn Koester 7-5, 6-4 in another close match.

The Braves (2-4) will play at Jackson County foe Trinity Lutheran today.

Trinity loses road match


Oldenburg Academy defeated Trinity Lutheran 4-1 on Monday.

The Cougars’ lone victory came at No. 1 doubles, as Leah Stuckwisch and Lauren Voss won 6-4, 6-1.

Trinity (1-2) hosts Brownstown Central today.


Braves sprinters compete in showcase


On Friday night, Brownstwon Central’s Kristen Stuckwisch and Brooklyn Snodgrass competed in a sprinter showcase at Lafayette Jefferson High School.

Stuckwisch ran her fastest time of the season in the 400, finishing 17th out of 22 with a time of 1:03.48.

Snodgrass broke another school record and finished 7th out of 25 girls in the 200 with a time of 26.61.