Local sports roundup – April 19



Owls top Cubs


Seymour’s girls beat Madison 103.5-28.5 and the boys picked up a 94-38 win against the Cubs on Tuesday.

In the girls’ competition, the Owls won every event but the 300 hurdles.

Lara Skaggs won both the high jump (4-feet, 6-inches) and long jump for SHS (14-2, 1/4).

Paige Kestler claimed the discus (106-5) and shot put (31-6 1/2),  Kellsye Warner earned first in the pole vault (8-0) for the Owls.

In the sprints, Kaleigh Maschino won the 100 (13.72-seconds) and 200 (25.15), Oriana Morales claimed the 400 (1:05) and Abby Voss was fastest in the 800 (2:33).

Ashton Chase was champion in the 3,200 (11:21) and teammate Makenna Sunbury was fastest in the 1,600 (5:37).

The 100 hurdles saw Avery DeHart win in 17.31.

On the boys’ side, the Owls won 12 events.

Max Otte was first for the Owls in the high jump (5-8), Lance Roark took the long jump (20-4 3/4), and Haden Mettert won the shot put (43-11).

Luke Plummer’s time of 4:56 was the fastest in the 1,600, Jacob Voss won the 3,200 (10:46.3) and Trent Hohenstreiter took first in the 800 (2:08) for the Owls.

Josh Pennington was a double winner in the 100 hurdles (17.5) and 300 hurdles (46.09) while Luke Champ won the 400 (54.03).

All of the relay events went to SHS on the day.

Braves win tri-meet


Brownstown Central’s girls team scored 84.5 points to beat Scottsburg (44) and Borden (27.5) on Tuesday.

Ashley Schroer (31-0) and Grace Jaynes (104-0) won both the shot put and discus events for the Braves while Kayla Guthrie (4-10) and Emma Winks (13-4 1/4) took both the high jump and long jump.

Kaelyn Johnson claimed both individual distance races, winning the 1,600 (6;07.73 and 3,200 (13:06.50.

In the 300 hurdles, Madison Klinge was a winner for BC in 52.96.

BC won both the 4×100 (57.66) and 4×800 (11:28.43) relays.


Cougars fall to Pirates


Charlestown held Trinity Lutheran scoreless in six of seven innings for a 5-1 victory on Tuesday.

The Pirates led 1-0 after three innings before the Cougars (3-4-1) tied it with a run in the top of the fifth.

In the bottom of the fifth, the Pirates tacked on three runs to retake the lead before holding on for the win.

Both teams finished with six hits, but the Cougars had three errors to the Pirates’ one mistake.

Jacob VonDielingen was dealt the loss on the mound for Trinity.

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