Local sports roundup – May 10


Local wrap


Braves drop MSC game at Charlestown


Brownstown Central gave up six runs in the third inning in a 7-2 Mid-Southern Conference loss at Charlestown Thursday.

The Braves (13-5, 4-3 MSC) scored both of its runs in the fourth inning while giving up another in the sixth.

Isaiah Wineinger took the loss on the mound, pitching three innings while giving up six earned runs, seven hits and two walks while striking out two. Issac Horton pitched two innings and Seth Borden threw one to finish the game.

The Braves were outhit 9-4 in the contest.

Brownstown Central travels to Borden Saturday.


Owls blow past Lancers 13-2

Seymour’s romp through the regular season continued Thursday, as the Class 4A No. 23 Owls dropped Class 1A No. 13 Edinburgh 13-2 in five innings.

The Owls (15-2) scored five runs in the second inning, two in the third, two in the fourth and three in the fifth.

Grace Meyer and Carlee Robinson each collected three hits, and Jozie Nicholson, Stephanni Kleber, Alyssa Perry and Rachel Kaufman each recorded two.

Meyer and Kafuman each had two doubles and Robinson recorded a home run.

Kleber pitched four innings in the win, striking out two while giving up six hits, one walk and two runs. Kendrick Sterling pitched the final inning, striking out one and giving up a hit.

The Owls (15-2) look to finish undefeated in Hoosier Hills Conference play tonight against Columbus East at home. The Owls have already clinched a share of its first-ever HHC title, but can take it outright with a win over the Olympians.

Braves fall to Cougars in MSC loss


Class 3A No. 13 North Harrison topped Brownstown Central 10-3 in a Mid-Southern Conference game Thursday.

The Cougars (19-1, 8-0 MSC) scored six runs in the sixth inning after leading 4-3 at the conclusion of the fifth frame.

Both teams finished with 10 hits in the game, but the Cougars had four home runs.

The Braves (10-9, 4-2 MSC) had Erin Singleton, Zoe Fountain, Addy Krieger and Kyra Huffman each record two hits.

Freshman Maddison Brittain took the loss in the circle, striking out five while giving up eight hits, two walk and eight runs (five earned) in 5.2 innings of work.

Brownstown travels to Trinity Lutheran (6-7) Saturday.

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