Local sports roundup – May 15

Local wrap


Pirates top Owls


Charlestown scored five runs in the second and sixth innings and defeated Seymour 11-1 in six innings.

Jake Roberts scored Seymour’s run in the fourth inning on an error.

Brayden Wilson had two of the Owls’ six hits.

The Pirates collected nine hits off three Seymour pitchers.

The Owls (12-9) will face Richmond in the Richmond Tournament at 8 p.m. Friday. The Owls will play New Haven at noon Saturday, followed by a game against Jay County.

Tigers fall in SAC


Lanesville scored six runs in the first inning and rolled over Crothersville 22-1 in a Southern Athletic Conference game.

Jacob James had two hits, and Logan Brewer drove in Briar Robinson with the Tigers’ run.

The Tigers (1-14) will host Orleans Saturday.


Braves post MSC win


Brownstown Central scored one run in the third inning to break a 2-2 tie, then added two scores in the seventh to defeat Corydon Central 5-2 to finish 5-4 in the Mid-Southern Conference.

The Braves had 11 hits, with Erin Singleton having a single and two doubles, and Addy Krieger and Alli Reynolds both had two hits, and Krieger had two RBIs.

Maddison Brittain picked up the win as she allowed seven hits, had three strike outs and didn’t walk any.

The Braves (12-11) will host Mitchell Thursday.


Braves score low


Salem shot 164 strokes, Brownstown Central totaled 194 and Borden had 199 in a three-way match at Western Hills Tuesday.

It was the first time that BCHS broke 200 for nine holes in its season.

Lucas VonDielingen was low for the Braves with 44, and Liam Kries shot 49.