Local sports roundup – August 21



Braves add two MSC wins


Brownstown Central earned a pair of Mid-Southern Conference victories on Saturday to stay perfect in MSC play.

The Braves (3-1, 3-0 MSC) defeated Charlestown 25-12, 25-12, 25-13 and Clarksville 25-9, 25-7, 25-6 at Clarksville High School.

Against Charlestown, the Braves had 36 kills. Claire Pace had seven kills and Addie Wilkerson totaled four.

Serving, Brooklyn Snodgrass had six of the Braves’ 11 aces to go along with eight digs.

Versus the host school, the Braves went 47-for-53 hitting with 30 kills. Wilkeron had 10 kills while Claire Pace and Keeli Darlage each notched eight.

Snodgrass made all 21 serve attempts and Darlage placed eight aces.

Brownstown will travel to Floyd Central on Thursday.


Owls thump Warriors


Seymour’s firing on all cylinders to start the 2017 season.

The Owls (2-0) barraged Whiteland with 22 shots for a 6-1 road victory on Saturday.

All six Owls goals were assisted.

Daniel Hartman netted four goals on the day to secure his second hat-trick of the season. Hartman has seven goals through two games.

Charlie Galyen scored first for the Owls off an assist by Hartman with 23 minutes left in the first half.

Tyler Penegar scored his fourth goal of the season on an assist by Carter Wait, around the 14-minutes mark, to put the Owls up 2-0.

Hartman scored back-to-back goals off assists by Ethan Greene and Cole FosbrinkĀ  — within 15 seconds of one another — as the Owls lead 4-0 with 3:45 left in the first half.

Out of the break, Hartman scored another, off a Greene assist, three minutes into the second half.

Following a Whiteland goal, Hartman scored his fourth and final goal — in part of an assist by Fosbrink — with 18 minutes remaining.

The Owls limited the Warriors to four shots in the game, and keeper Elliott Clark saved two.

Through two games, the Owls have scored 15 goals — nine more than at this time last season.

Tuesday, the Owls look to defend the O Cup with Columbus East coming to town.

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