Local sports roundup – May 3



Owls fall to Braves


Borden out-hit Seymour 12-4 for a 10-3 victory Tuesday.

The Braves took a 4-0 advantage after one inning and led 7-1 at the end of two.

Seymour (7-6) added a pair of runs in the third inning, but wouldn’t score again the rest of the way.

Satoshi Hirose pitched five innings, giving up 10 hits, 11 walks and 10 runs (nine earned) with 11 strikeouts. Alan Perry closed the game.

Seth Maki had two hits for the Owls, with a triple, and Michael Knecht hit a double. Perry and AJ Boshears each had RBIs.

Seymour will host Floyd Central on Thursday and Edinburgh on Friday.


Panthers win defensive battle

In a defensive struggle, Seymour was dealt a 1-0 loss to Jennings County on Tuesday.

Gabby Mahoney tossed seven strikeouts while giving up just two hits for the Panthers.

The Panthers had just one hit on the afternoon. They capitalized on an error in the fifth inning for the lone run.

Mikayla Moore was the losing pitcher, finishing with four strikeouts, one walk and one hit. The Owls had three errors.

Seymour is now 11-3 on the season.

Braves earn MSC win


Brownstown Central defeated Scottsburg 4-2 in a Mid-Southern Conference game on Tuesday.

BC (9-10, 3-2 MSC) took a 1-0 lead after one inning when Jami Bryant sacrificed to score Zoe Fountain.

After giving up two runs off a homer in the top of the third, the Braves tied the game in the bottom of the inning on an RBI bunt from Chloe Carlin.

Claire Poulton scored on an error by the catcher in the fourth inning and Fountain sacrificed in the sixth inning to add a pair of Braves runs.

Brownstown will host Charlestown on Thursday for another MSC game.


Owls blank Stars


Seymour’s on a hot streak.

With a 5-0 victory against Bedford North Lawrence, the Owls won their sixth straight match on Tuesday.

Hallie Crenshaw defeated Hope Martin 6-2, 6-1 at No. 1 singles, Megan Baurle topped Victoria Holt 6-4, 6-2 at No. 2 and Kelli Armes beat Emily Chastain 7-6 (5), 6-3 at No. 3.

Addie Rudge and Katie O’Mara won 6-1, 6-2 at No. 1 doubles while Kritina Griffin and Marie Armes took No. 2 at 6-1, 6-3.

Seymour (9-5) goes to Providence on Thursday.

CAI tops Trintiy

Christian Academy of Indiana defeated Trinity Lutheran 4-1 on Tuesday.

The Cougars’ lone victory came at No. 2 doubles, with Lauren Fleetwood and Maecy Prewitt topping the Warriors 6-1, 6-0.

Trinity (2-8) will host Waldron on Thursday.

Braves fall to Panthers


Laken Reynolds had the lone victory in a 4-1 Brownstown Central loss to Jennings County on Tuesday.

Reynolds, at No. 1 singles, defeated the Panthers’ Avis McGovern 6-3, 2-6, 6-4.

Brownstown (4-7) travels to North Harrison on Thursday for a Mid-Southern Conference match.


Cougars defeat Jets


Trinity Lutheran bested Hauser 167-198 at Clifty Creek Golf Course on Tuesday.

Medora’s Hunter Browning was medalist with a one-over-par 36 strokes.

Skyler Stahl led Trinity with a 40 and Chad Stuckcwisch shot 41.

Cory Stuckwisch, Noah Criswell and Drew Royalty all shot 43s for the Cougars and Kohei Nagino shot 45.

Trinity will compete in the Hauser Invitational on Saturday again at Clifty Creek.

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