Braves continue dominant start
It was another strong day for the Brownstown Central volleyball team as they swept both Clarksville and Charlestown on Saturday.
The Braves dispatched the Generals while only giving up nine points, winning 25-0, 25-5, 25-4. The Braves were nearly perfect on their serves going 72-for-73 for 34 aces. Kayla Guthrie and both Reagan and Riley Nuss were perfect on their serves. Guthrie had 15 aces, Reagan had five and Riley had three.
Their hitting was almost unblemished as well, going 36 of 38 on hitting attempts with 29 kills. Keeli Darlage and Addie Wilkerson each had six kills
Against Charlestown, the Braves won 25-8, 25-12, 25-6.
Darlage was 26-for-27 on hitting attempts with 17 kills. Wilkerson and Kendra McCory added seven and six kills, respectively.
Much like the first game, the Braves were great with their serves. Guthrie went 27 of 28 with seven aces while Riley Nuss was 12-for-12 with two aces. Halle Hehman was 7-for-9 with five aces.
Owls drop tough match at Whiteland
Seymour went up Interstate 65 to face the Warriors and, despite a strong performance, came up short.
Jacob Kriete scored the lone goal for the Owls off an assist from Austin Clemente. William Smith continues in goal for the Owls and had five saves.
Braves finish second at tennis Invite
The Brownstown Central boys tennis team went 1-1 at the North Daviess Invite on Saturday.
First, the downed Evansville Harrison 5-0 but fell to the host school 0-5 to take second on the day. No. 1 singles player Ethan Isaacs won his first match 6-3, 6-4 before dropping his second. The No. 1 doubles duo of Griffin Stidam and Reece Carlin won their first match 7-5, 6-2 and battled in their second but fell 6-4, 7-5.