Local sports roundup – May 17


Seymour returning to world competition

LOUISVILLE — Seymour High School’s archery team finished 45th of 237 teams, by scoring 3,351 points, on Saturday at the National Archery in the Schools Program’s Eastern Nationals tournament at the Kentucky Fair and Expo Center.

Castle High School were champions by shooting 3,463.

Seymour’s score qualified the team for NASP World Tournament, which will also be at the Expo Center in Louisville. They will compete in June 9 at 10:15 a.m. The tournament will run June 7-9.

At last year’s world competition, the Owls scored 3,227 to place 40th of 69 high school teams at the Orange County Convention Center in Florida.


Braves beat Pekin

BROWNSTOWN — Brownstown Central defeated Eastern (Pekin) 179-222 at Hickory Hills Golf Club on Tuesday.

Brayton Hattabaugh posted an impressive 2-over-par 37 to lead the Braves.

Chayse Shell shot 48, Cole Forrest carded 46, Karl Pence totaled 48 and Reid Campbell scored 52 for the Braves.

Cougars beat Senators

LACONIA — Trinity Lutheran combined for 179 strokes to beat West Washington (225) on Monday.

Noah Criswell led Trinity with a 6-over-par 42, Jacob Keith shot 43, Mark Shoemaker totaled 45, Josiah Foster carded 49 and Ryland Nierman had 54.


Trinity Lutheran falls to Scottsburg

SCOTTSBURG — Trinity Lutheran couldn’t plate a run in a 5-0 loss to Scottsburg on Tuesday.

The Warriors scored one run in the first inning, three in the third and another in the sixth.

Trinity finished with four hits in the game.

Reid Kruse was the losing pitcher, throwing for six innings with two striekouts, one walk, 12 hits and five runs.