Local sports roundup – May 17


New Seymour coach to meet with public

A reception will be conducted for new Seymour High School head football coach Michael Kelly tonight in the school’s cafeteria.

The event, which is open to the public, will be conducted from 7 to 8 p.m.


Cougars extend winning streak


Trinity Lutheran won their fourth straight game Tuesday by defeating Henryville 7-3.

The Cougars (12-7) pounded 11 hits and never trailed in the contest.

Sam Crick, Jake Moore and Kendall White each had two hits for the Cougars.

Moore pitched six scoreless innings, totaling 11 strikeouts, three hits and three walks.

In the top of the seventh inning, Moore hit a solo home run.

Trinity held the Hornets scoreless until giving up three runs (two earned) in the bottom of the seventh inning.

The Hornets finished with five hits in the game.

On Friday, the Cougars will travel to Austin.

Owls top Pirates


Seymour limited Charlestown to three hits in a 9-2 road win Tuesday.

The Owls scored tow runs in the fourth, three in the fifth and four in the seventh inning for insurance. The Pirates never led in the game.

Satoshi Hirose, Seth Maki, Tyler Bloom and Matthew Fourman each had two hits for the Owls in the game.

Bloom led the Owls’ RBI totals with four.

Perry was the winning pitcher, throwing six innings with nine strikeouts, two hits, two runs (one earned) and a walk.

Both teams had two errors in the contest.

Seymour (11-8) will play at Brown County on Thursday.

Tigers fall to Eagles


Crothersville had just two hist in a 13-0, five-inning Southern Athletic Conference loss to Lanesville on Tuesday.

Jonathon Wiseman and Logan Brewer had the hits for Crothersville.

Jessie Fink pitched four inning with five strikeouts, 14 hits, two walks and 12 earned runs.

The Tigers (2-15) play at Shawe Memorial (Madison) on Thursday.


Braves edge Pirates


Brownstown Central scored a pair of runs late in the game in a 3-2 Mid-Southern Conference victory over Charlestown on Tuesday.

After giving up a run in the top of the inning, the Braves’ Addie Krieger hit an RBI single to score Claire Poulton and tie the game at 1-1 at the end of the first.

Neither team would score until the fourth inning, when the Pirates tacked on a run off an RBI single to lead 2-1.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, the Braves (11-14) scored on an error at first base off a ground ball from Hannah Fisher. Rilee Robinson then sacrificed to score Krieger, which gave the Braves the lead.

Jami Bryant tossed a pair of strikeouts to close the game in the seventh inning.

BC outhit the Pirates 7-4 n the game and had two errors to the visitors’ four.

Bryant pitched all seven innings, totaling eight strikeouts, no walks and one earned run.

Brownstown finishes MSC play at 5-4, and will play at Mitchell on Thursday.


Lions beat Braves


Salem defeated Brownstown Central 169-178 at Western Hills Golf Course on Tuesday.

The Lions’ Nick Noel was medalist with a three-over-par 38 strokes.

Brayton Hattabaugh led the Braves by carding 43 strokes.

Gavin Bane was next for the Braves with 44 strokes, Adam Pottschmidt totaled 45, Chanler Fleetwood and Sam Huber each shot 46 and Hunter Tormoehlen had 53.

Owls fall to Bull Dogs

Columbus North defeated Seymour 154-186 at Shadowood Golf Course on Tuesday.

North’s Bryce Turner earned medalist with a two-over-par 38 strokes.

Keaton Simpson was low for the Owls, shooting 39.

Tyler Bullard scored 41, Brantley Adams shot 52, Tom Hoffmeier carded 54 and Noah Beaty had 55 for the Owls.