Local sports roundup – April 11



Cougars fall to Saints


Indianapolis Lutheran held Trinity Lutheran to two hits in a 3-1 Cougars loss Tuesday.

The Saints led 1-0 in the first inning before Trinity tied the game on a solo home run by Genesis Munoz in the fourth inning.

Tacking on two runs in the fifth and holding Trinity scoreless in the final two innings, the Saints held on for the win.

The Cougars had three errors in the game and were outhit 5-2.

Morgan Gabbard took the loss in the circle for the Cougars, pitching four innings.

The Cougars (2-2) will play in the New Albany Invitational this weekend.


Grizzly Cubs top Owls


Seymour braved the conditions and played 18 holes at Hillview Country Club with Franklin on Tuesday.

The Grizzly Cubs shot 302 stokes on its home course, beating out the Owls’ scoreĀ  of 325.

Hunter Browning led the Owls with a one-over-par 73 while Tyler Bullard (80), Ethan Dippold (85) and Owen Marshall (87) completed the Seymour card.

Franklin’s Javan Johnson carded a 69 to earn medalist honors.


Braves edge Hornets


Brownstown Central beat Henryville 3-2 on Tuesday in a nonconference match.

In singles play, Riley Roberts picked up a 7-6 (2), 3-6, 6-4 win against Kelsey Stoughton at No. 3 and Olivia Hackman topped Kayla Hedrick 6-4, 6-4 at No. 2.

Sydney Cockerham and Claudia Sibrel gutted out a 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 at No. 2 doubles against Ally Gardner and Kenzie Rappe to also help secure the win.

The Braves (2-1) travel to Austin on Thursday in a Mid-Southern Conference matchup.

Owls fall to Warriors


Seymour dropped a 4-1 match to sectional foe Scottburg on Tuesday.

The Owls (2-2) picked up a lone win at No. 2 doubles, with Mallory Moore and Avery Ragon topping Lindsey Pfaffenbach and Kaytie Ray 7-6, 6-2.

Seymour will host Columbus East on Thursday.


Braves beat Musketeers


Brownstown Central defeated Eastern (Pekin) 98-34 to win its first meet of the season Tuesday.

Ashley Schroer won the shot put for the Braves with a toss of 30-feet, 11-inches and Grace Jaynes was first in the discus at 103-8.

Brooklyn Snodgrass finished first in the 100-meter dash in 13.4 seconds, Alex Caffee ran a 1:09 to win in the 400, Kylee Wischmeier took the 800 in 2:56 and Kaleyn Johnson won both the 1,600 (6:10) and 3,200 (13:10) for the Braves.

The Braves swept all three relay events.

Cougars top Tigers


South Decatur scored 84 points to defeat Crothersville (34 points) on Tuesday.

The Tigers’ Grace Wilson ran a 6:25 for first in the mile, the 300 hurdles went to Maddie Riley in 1:16 and Isabell Lewis clocked 1:20 to take the 400.

Kalynda Hoevener won the shot put with a throw of 25-8 for Crothersville.

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