Local sports roundup – April 25

Tribune staff reports


Trinity Lutheran out-hit Oldenburg Academy 11-1 in a 14-1, five-inning road win Monday.

The Cougars (7-4) scored runs in all five innings, boosting their lead to 10-1 after four.

In the fifth, the Cougars added four more runs to win by run-rule.

Savannah Harweger led the Trinity offense with three hits, including an inside-the-park homer in the second inning, and four RBI.

Amanda Wright, Sophia Stahl and Jaryn Holdsclaw each had two hits for the Cougars.

Morgran Gabbard earned the win in the circle, pitching four innings, with three strikeouts, two walks, one unearned run and one hit.

Hannah Deaton closed the game in the fifth inning.

Trinity Lutheran plays at West Washington tonight.

Braves fall to Hornets


In an offensive showcase, with the teams combining for 22 hits, the home team got the edge.

Henryville bested Brownstown Central 6-5 behind 10 hits on Monday.

The teams locked at 3-3 after one inning and again at 5-5 after five.

In the bottom of the seventh, the Hornets pushed across the winning run.

Jami Bryant had three hits of the Braves’ 12 while Chloe Carlin, Addie Krieger and Claire Poulton each finished with two.

Poulton had three RBIs, including a two-run homer in the first inning.

Bryant was dealt the loss in the circle, finishing with five strikeouts, one walk and three earned runs.

The Braves (7-8) go to Clarksville today.


Braves win tri meet


Brownstown Central combined for 184 strokes to defeat Scottsburg (216) and Austin (230) on Monday evening at Hickory Hills Golf Club.

Brayton Hattabugh led all scores with a seven-over par 42 for the Braves.

The Braves’ Sam Huber carded a 45, Mike Boshears shot 47 and Gavin Bane and Chanler Fleetwood each totaled 50.

On Saturday, the Braves will travel to Bedford North Lawrence for an invitational at Otis Park.


Tigers get record win


Crothersville’s Breanna Barger crushed both the 1,600 and 3,200 school records as the Tigers defeated Edinburgh 68-42 on Monday.

Barger ran a 5:38.16 in the 1,600 and 12:34.05 for the 3,200.

The previous records — both set in 2004 — were 5:49.3 and 13:01.

Jule Elsner won the 100, 200 and 800 for the Tigers.

The long jump went to the Tigers’ Imke Hartman while Katrina Christian was first in the high jump and 300 hurdles.

Blue ribbons went to Makayla Helt in the 800 and 100 hurdles.

The 4×400 relay team of Christian, Barger, Helt and Piper Hensley had the fastest time in 4:58.92.


Shawe blanks Trinity

Trinity Lutheran fell to Shawe Memorial 5-0 on Monday for a fourth straight loss.

All but one match by Shawe was won in straight sets. At No. 2 doubles, the Cougars’ Lauren Fleetwood and Macey Prewitt won the first set 7-5 before dropping the next two 6-3, 6-0.

Trinity (1-4) will host Hauser on Wednesday.