Local sports roundup – December 29



Braves bounce back


Brownstown Central edged Loogootee 54-52 in consolation bracket play of the Old National Bank Classic at North Daviess High School Friday.

The Braves led 13-8 after one quarter before the Lions surged to tie the game at 25 by the halftime buzzer.

The Lions (3-9) outscored the Braves 14-12 in the third quarter, but the Braves (7-1) added 17 in the fourth to secure the win.

Michael Boshears led the Braves with 16 points and Seth Borden added 13.

The Braves will play South Knox (6-2), which beat Pike Central yesterday, at 4:30 p.m. for fifth place today.

Tigers split games


Crothersville started with a loss and finished with a win at the Henryville Tournament Friday.

The Tigers (6-5) fell to Providence Cristo Rey 68-54 before beating Waldron 58-49 in the four-team tourney.

Logan Brewer scored 19 points in both games to lead the Tigers. Josh Thomas scored 15 against PCR and nine against Waldron.

Crothersville is off until Jan. 11 when they go to Jennings County.


Cougars place fourth in invite

Trinity Lutheran’s boys and girls finished in fourth place in the Lawrence North Invitational on Thursday.

Rachel Sabotin earned a trio of first places for the Cougars, winning the 1,000 freestyle (10:39.97), 100 IM (1:00.19) and 400 IM (4:36.93).

Ethan Myers finished eighth in the 400 individual medley (6:45.55), ninth in the 100 IM (1:27.28) and tenth in the 1,000 freestyle (14:40.53) for Trinity.

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