Local sports roundup – September 6

Events postponed due to weather

Both the Brown County-Trinity Lutheran boys soccer and Brownstown-Seymour boys tennis match were stopped early on Wednesday due to lightning.

No makeup dates have been set yet.


Braves’ girls team, CHS individual, wins invitational

SCOTTSBURG — Jackson County was well represented at the Scottsburg Invitational on Tuesday at Hardy Lake.

Brownstown Central’s girls team won the nine-team competition with 41 points, besting Corydon Central (80) and Salem (82).

Crothersville freshman Kaylyn Holman was the individual champion in 21-minutes, 30-second.

Kaelyn Johnson led Brownstown by placing fourth in 22:32. Claire Poulton (10th, 24:36), Shauna Drake (13th, 25:05), Grace Garland (14th, 25:09) and Emma Winks (26th, 19.00) rounded out the Braves’ scoring five.

Grace Wilson placed sixth (23:17), Piper Hensley was 22nd (26:04) and Ella Plasse took 31st (27:21) for the Tigers.

Trinity Lutheran’s Sadie Nay was 28th in 26:58 and Abby Hildreth clocked 31:05 for 52nd in the race.

On the boys’ side, Austin won the team event with 25 points, Eastern was second at 72 and Brownstown took third by scoring 131 in the 14-team event.

Austin’s Austin Fugate was the fastest on the day, finishing in 17:32.30.

Mason Kellogg led Brownstown by finishing 11th in 18:54.70, Trey Hackman was 31st in 20:14.80, Nathan Koch took 32nd in 20:16.20, Clayton Barger timed 20:17.80 for 33rd and Andrew Wheeles finished 42nd in 20:46.10.

David Rose led CHS by placing ninth in 18:48 while Lane Winehorst took 22nd in 19:50.30 and Zerik Hunt was 61st in 22:17.64.

Trinity Lutheran’s A.J. Goecker hit the finish in 18:00.30 for fourth and Jacob Sabotin was 79th in 24:08.38.


Owls fall to Bulldogs

New Albany edged Seymour 3-2 on Tuesday on the SHS courts.

At No. 1 singles, Adam Berry picked up a 2-6, 6-4, 6-1 win over Nolan Keeler for the Owls. The Owls’ Isaac Hardin lost a tight 6-4, 6-4 match to Ethan Holder at No. 2 and Thomas Ogden topped Braden Handloser 6-1, 6-2 at No. 3.

The No. 1 doubles team of Will Rinehart and Brandon Hubbard won in three sets, 4-6, 6-4, 10-6, over Jared Wright and Cody Meldley. Sam Schmidt and Andrew Levine fell 6-4, 1-6, 6-0 at No. 2 doubles.

Seymour (4-3) travels to Madison tonight.