Local sports roundup – May 24


Owls stun Highlanders in semis

BEDFORD Seymour will play for the Sectional 15 Championship tonight.

The Owls (13-13) defeated Floyd Central 4-2 on Wednesday to punch a ticket to tonight’s final against the hosts, Bedford North Lawrence.

Floyd led 1-0 after two innings before the Owls took the lead in the top of the third.  Grace Rennekamp reached on a dropped third strike and Tori Snook scored to tie the game on the same play. Following a single by Grace Meyer, the Highlanders walked a run in with loaded bases, which gave SHS a 2-1 lead.

The Owls extended the advantage to 4-1 on a two-run double by Rachel Kaufman in the top of the fifth inning.

The Highlanders scored one in the bottom of the sixth, on an RBI single, but were held at bay the rest of the way.

The Owls were outhit 8-6 in the game, but didn’t have an error.

Kaufman went the distance in the circle, recording eight strikeouts, now walks, eight hits, and two runs.

Due to the late start and finish of the game, comments were not available to The Tribune by deadline.


Braves’ game goes late

SELLERSBURG — Brownstown Central led Corydon Central 6-3 through six innings in Sectional 30 play on Wednesday by The Tribune’s deadline.

Look for results in Friday’s Tribune.


Barker concludes season

BLOOMINGTON — Trinity Lutheran senior Courtney Barker concluded her season in the individual sectional at Bloomington North on Wednesday.

Barker fell to Austin’s Jalen Coomer 6-2, 6-1.

Coomer will play Brownstown Central’s Laken Reynolds today.


Trinity tops Greenwood Christian

GREENWOOD — Trinity Lutheran defeated Greenwood Christian Academy 175-191 on Tuesday at Bluff Creek Golf Course.

Noah Criswell led the Cougars with a 7-over-par 43. Jacob Keith, Mark Shoemaker and Josiah Fosters all shots 44s and Ryland Nierman shot 46.

Braves beat Mitchell

BEDFORD — Behind Brayton Hattabaught’s 4-over-par 39, Brownstown Central defeated Mitchell 191-218 on Tuesday at Stone Crest Golf Community.

Cole Forrest was next for the Braves with a 45, Chayse Shell shot 54, Karl Pence and Reid Campell both carded 55s and Caden Clodfelder totaled 53.