Local sports roundup – April 22


Owls blank Lions

Seymour didn’t drop a set in a 5-0 sweep against Salem on Friday.

Hallie Crenshaw won her match at No. 1 singles 6-1, 6-1, Megan Baurle took No. 2 singles 6-1, 6-0 and Marie Armes claimed No. 2 singles 6-0, 6-2.

Addie Rudge and Katie O’Mara won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 1 doubles and Grace Otte and Maddie Pifer took No. 2 doubles 6-2, 6-2.

The Owls are back at .500 with the win at 5-5.

Braves beat Bulldogs


Despite just three hits in the game, Brownstown Central held off Orleans 4-2 on Friday.

The Braves (7-7) scored in the bottom of the first when Zoe Fountain stole home on a pair of errors by the Bulldogs.

In the bottom of the fourth, Hannah Fisher hit a two-run single to extend the lead to 3-0.

Claire Poulton boosted the Braves’ lead to 4-0 by taking advantage on another Bulldogs error.

While the Bulldogs scored two runs in the top of the sixth inning, the Braves took the visitors out in order in the seventh to secure the win.

Orleans had four errors to Brownstown’s 3, but had seven hits to the Braves’ three.


Tigers 2nd at tri-meet


Southwestern’s boys scored 87 points, Crothersville totaled 29 and New Washington had 28 in a tri-meet on Thursday.

Noah Hoskins won both throwing events for the Tigers, taking the shot with a personal record of 41-feet, 8-inches and discus 105-2 1/2. He was also third in the 100 by timing 12.28 seconds.

Dillon Maschino was first in the long jump for the first time this season by leaping 16-6 and second in the 200 in 25.37.

Lane Wienhorst finished runner-up in the 800 (2:19) and Noah Kodetzki placed third in the 1,600 (5:26).

The four ran a combined 3:57 in the 4×400 for second place.

Braves top Panthers


Brownstown Central’s boys and girls both won dual meets against Corydon Central on Thursday.

Brooklyn Snodgrass was first for the Braves’ girls in the 100 (13.22) and pole vault (7-6).

Kristen Stuckwisch earned a blue ribbon in the 400 (1:07) for Brownstown.

For the 300 hurdles, Madison Klinge had the fastest time in 52.53.

Alex Caffee cleared 4-10 to win the high jump.

On the boys’ side, Joseph Barnes took the discus (144-6) and shot put (51-9 1/2).

Cameron Lee won the 800 in 2:16.90 and 1,600 by clocking 5:02.

Reece Covert won the 100 (11.69) and 400 (55.12) sprints.

Colton Ritz won the pole vault by making it over 13-0 and 200 in 24.34.

The Braves’ Andrew Kellermeier was first in the 110 hurdles (17.22).

Trey Hackman’s time of 46.50 was first in the 300 hurdles.

Official team scores weren’t available due to a scoring error.