High school sports roundup — Aug. 20

Girls Golf

Braves continue to improve at home

Brownstown Central took on North Harrison Monday night and used the opportunity to improve their scoring.

North Harrison didn’t have a full team so the Braves were able to put more girls out on the links to get some extra work.

Payton Ault came away with medalist honors, carding a 52 for the day. Lexie Satterthwaite was right behind her with a 53. Brownstown shot a 215 as a team.

The Braves are back at it on Friday at Scottsburg at 4:30 p.m.

Owls continue unblemished at home

Seymour down Columbus East by nine strokes in a battle of Hoosier Hills rivals, winning 189 to 198.

Laken Waskom led the charge for the Owls with a 41, followed closely by fellow senior Bridget Marshall’s 43.

Seymour gets right back into Hoosier Hills action today against Bedford North Lawrence and Floyd Central back at Shadowood.

Boys Tennis

Owls start season with win

The Owls got their 2019 campaign off to a good start on Monday, taking down Waldron 4-1. 

No. 1 singles player Vincent Camboulas dropped just one game in his first match for Seymour, winning 6-0, 6-1. The No. 1 doubles combo of Will Rinehart and Brandon Hubbard cruised to victory, winning 6-0, 6-0.

All told, the Owls dropped just five games in their four wins.


Cougars down Henryville in straight sets

Trinity Lutheran wasted no time with Henryville on Monday, wasting the Hornets 25-16, 25-12, 25-16.

The Cougars host Class 4A No. 2 Providence today at 6 p.m.

Tigers fall to Columbus Christian

Crothersville fell in straight sets to Columbus Christian on Monday night, losing 25-13, 25-9, 25-11.

Rebekah Cook and Addy Cole led the Tigers in the hitting department, going 9 of 10 and 5-for-5, respectively. Cook was also 5 of 7 on her serves while Makayla Helt was 8-for-9.

The Tigers battle Austin at home on Thursday at 6 p.m.

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