Brownstown Central girls track hosts awards night


Brownstown Central’s girls track and field team wrapped up its 2018 season on Tuesday with a season-ending awards program.

The Braves finished 50-23 on the season, finishing second in the Mid-Southern Conference and third at the Seymour Sectional.

Snodgrass was a sectional champion for the Braves in the 100. Snodgrass broke her own school record at that meet, clocking 12.47-seconds in the sprint.

The Braves qualified 13 athletes for the regional at Bloomington High School North, including: Grace Jaynes (discus), Madison Klinge (400 relay, 1,600 relay), Kristen Stuckwisch (400, 1,600 relay), Shelby Stuckwisch (1,600 relay), Alex Caffee (1,600 relay), Shauna Drake (3,200 relay), Snodgrass (100, 400 relay), Keeli Darlage (400 relay), Grace Garland (3,200 relay), Halle Hehman (3,200 relay), Ashley Schroer (shot put), Kylee Wischmeier (3,200 relay) and Bailey Miley (400 relay).

Snodgrass went on to finish third at regional to advance to the state meet. At the state meet, hosted by Indiana University, Snodgrass placed 24th.

BCHS also had success at the MSC meet.

Kristen Stuckwisch (400) and Snodgrass (100) were both MSC champions for the Braves. Jaynes (discus), Klinge (400 relay), Kristen Stuckwisch (400 relay), Snodgrasss (400 relay, long jump, pole vault), Darlage (400 relay), Schroer (shot put) and Miley (400 relay) all earned MSC honorable mention status for finishing runners-up in their events.

The most valuable award went to Snodgrass, who led the team in points for the season.

A most improved award was presented to freshman Kayla Guthrie. Guthrie compete in multiple events, such as the 100 and 300 hurdles, and high jump, for the Braves.

Schroer, a sophomore thrower, took home the award for most outstanding field event .

The outstanding sprinter was Klinge, a senior, and most outstanding distance runner was Kaelyn Johnson, a junior.

Kristen Stuckwisch, a senior took home the mental attitude award.

Sophomore Emily Koch and Caffee, a junior, were given letter jackets.

Brownstown will graduate six seniors from its program and return 14 varsity letter winners and seven varsity participants.