Local sports roundup – September 2


Brownstown finishes third at Brown County

The Brownstown Central boys tennis team finished third at the Steve Makurat Invitational at Brown County High School. 

No. 1 singles player Ethan Isaacs finished second overall in his individual race losing to the Eagles Aaron McCann 6-2, 6-1 in the championship match. He defeated Southwestern’s Nick Robinson 6-4, 6-2 in his earlier game. 

Ethan Davis finished third at No. 2 singles, winning his consolation match over Southwestern’s Connor Rowe, 8-3. Rounding out the singles play, Kelian East took fourth for BC, falling 8-4 in his consolation match.

Both doubles teams took third with the No. 1 tandem of Reece Carlin and Griffin Stidam winning 8-4 over Greencastle’s Collin Gasway and Josh Nalay. The second pair of Trent Luedeman and Cole Shasteen won 8-6 over the host school’s Reid Davis and Eli Sichting. 

Owls finish third at Franklin Invite

The Seymour Owls boys and girls cross country teams both finished third at Saturday’s Franklin High School Invite.

On the girls’ side, they finished with a team score of 129 points and were led by senior Makenna Sunbury’s eighth-place finish. She rocketed in awith a time of 20 minutes and 12.22 seconds.

Kinsley Folsom came in at 21:25.98 and Grace Rennekamp finished with a mark of 21:51.18 to finish 22nd and 25th, respectively, for the Owls. 

For the boys, they totaled 97 points and were led by Ethan Dippold’s fifth-place finish with a time of 16:47.88. Luke Plummer also came in the top 10 with his time of 17:08.67 that was good enough for 10th place.

Michael Proffer rounded out the top-25 finishes for Seymour with his 22nd-place mark of 17:30.08. 

Area teams battle at Salem Invite

Multiple Jackson County cross country teams made the trip down Interstate 65 for the Salem Invite.

The Brownstown Central girls cross country team finished fourth with 126 points while the boys finished seventh with 152. Crothersville and Trinity Lutheran posted no team scores. 

Cougars shut out by Oldenburg Academy

The Trinity Lutheran boys soccer lost 9-0 to Oldenburg Academy on Saturday. They return to action on Tuesday against the Christian Academy of Indiana. 

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