Local sports roundup – September 12



Braves’ team, Tigers individual, wins invite

PEKIN — Brownstown Central scored 40 points to win the Eastern Invitational over six other teams on Tuesday.

Eastern were runners-up with 40 points and Salem finished third at 72.

Kaelyn Johnson led the Braves by finishing second in 22-minutes, 8-seconds. Grace Garland was next for the Braves, taking seventh in 23:52, Shauna Drake was placed eighth in 24:13, Emma Winks was 11th in 24:48 and Claire Poulton took 13th in 24:54.

Crothersville freshman Kaylyn Holman was the individual winner in 21:22. Grace Wilson took third in 22:31, Piper Hensley was 24th in 25:46 and Ella Plasse was 30th in 26:54.

The Tigers were one runner short of scoring as a team.


Braves finish third, Tigers run three at Pekin

PEKIN — Brownstown Central placed third in the Eastern Invitational with 80 points on Tuesday.

The hosts were the champions of the 10-team field with 44 points and Borden were runners-up at 79.

Eastern’s Uriah Guthrie won the race in 17:27.

Mason Kellogg timed 18:19 for third place to pace the Braves. Trey Hackman took 16th in 19:08 followed by Nathan Koch (22nd, 19:48), Andrew Wheeles (23rd, 19:59), Matthew Garland (24th, 20:10) and Clayton Barger (25th, 20:11).

David Rose clocked 18:47 for ninth place, Lane Wienhorst was 13th in 18:58 and Zerik Hunt timed 21:39 for 40th for Crothersville.


Warriors beat Cougars

NEW ALBANY — Christian Academy of Indiana built a 5-0 at half before defeating Trinity Lutheran 6-3 on Tuesday.

Flossie Cooper got the Cougars on the board with a goal off an assist from Sidney Hoene. Hoene scored the Owls’ next two goals to cut the deficit to three.

Genesis Munoz recorded eight saves in goal for the Cougars, as Trinity was outshot 14-12 in the game.

Trinity will host Salem on Thursday.


Stars top Owls

BEDFORD — Bedford North Lawrence posted a 161-192 win over Seymour on Tuesday at Otis Park Golf Course.

BNL’s Taylor Norman was individual medalist with an even-par 35.

Bridget Marshall led the Owls with a 41. Laken Waskom shot 44, Madeleine Wisler carded 54 and Kara Rice had a 50 for SHS.

The Owls will return to Bedford on Saturday for sectional play.


Braves put down Panthers

CORYDON — Brownstown Central picked up a quick 25-4, 25-9, 25-9 Mid-Southern Conference victory against Corydon Central on Tuesday.

The Braves (16-2, 5-0 MSC) were led by seven aces from Halle Hehman and six by Brooklyn Snodgrass.

On hits, Addie Wilkerson had 13 kills and Kendra McCory added 10.

Hornets win in five

MEDORA — For the third straight match, Medora went five sets.

The Hornets came out on top over South Central 25-13, 13-25, 20-25, 25-16, 15-9 on Tuesday.

Kelsey Turner led the Hornets with 10 kills, Kailen Flynn had seven and Keyla Newby added five.

On serves, Turner and Flynn each had six aces. Flynn also led the team with 12 digs.

The Hornets (5-9) will host Lighthouse Christian Academy on Friday.


Owls sweep Eagles

NASHVILLE — Seymour blanked Brown County 5-0 on Tuesday.

The Owls’ Adam Berry won 6-1, 6-2 at No. 1 singles before Isaac Hardin earned a 6-3, 6-3 victory in the No. 2 spot. The Owls’ Trey Hohenstreiter went the distance, playing a super tiebreaker, before winning 6-1, 5-7, 10-6.

Seymour’s No. 1 doubles team of Brandon Hubbard and Will Rinehart won 6-1, 6-1 and Sam Schmidt and Andrew Levine took No. 2 6-0, 6-2.

The Owls (7-3) will go to Columbus East on Thursday.

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