Local sports roundup – September 4



Braves stand pat at No. 7 

The Brownstown Central football team remains ranked at No. 7 in Class 3A in both the IFCA and AP high school football polls. No. 1 teams in the IFCA by Class are: Warren Central (6A), New Palestine (5A), New Prairie (4A), Indpls. Chatard (3A), Indpls. Scecina (2A) and South Adams (A).

Top teams according to the AP poll are: Avon (6A), New Palestine (5A), East Central and Mooresville (4A), Indpls. Chatard (3A), Indpls. Scecina (2A) and Indpls. Lutheran (A). 

Girls Golf

Owls come up short against BNL

Seymour girls golf team got a good gauge of what they need to do to improve in time for sectional play on Tuesday in a 174-188 loss to BNL. 

Laken Waskom led the Owls with a 42, followed by Bridgett Marshall’s 44 and Lainey Jackson’s 49. Phoebe Skidmore added a 53 and Rylie Knutson shot a 63 to round out the Seymour varsity scores. 

The Stars’ Ashley Chase was the medalist in the meet with a 39. 

Boys Tennis

Red Devils hand Seymour first loss

After a 5-0 start to the year, the Seymour boys tennis team suffered their first loss of the season, 2-3, against Jeffersonville. 

Wins for the Owls came at Nos. 1 and 2 singles.

Vincent Camboulas continued his unbeaten streak but had to get it done in three sets, winning 2-6, 7-5, 10-3. No. 2 player Isaac Hardin also had to win it in three, going 1-6, 6-4, 10-4 for the win. 

Braves sweep Clarksville

Brownstown Central’s boys tennis team got a nice bounce-back win on Tuesday night over Mid-Southern Conference rival Clarksville. 

No. 1 singles player Ethan Isaacs had to work for his win in three sets, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4 while No. 2 player Ethan Davis won in straight sets but did so 7-5, 7-5 over the General’s Dakota Capps.

It was easier time for the rest of the Braves with Kelian East at No. 3 singles and the doubles pairs of Reece Carlin and Griffin Stidam as well Cole Shasteen and Trent Luedeman all winning convincingly in straight sets. 


Brownstown Central drops first match

Fresh off their sweep of their own invite on Saturday, the Braves traveled to Bloomington South, who played at Brownstown on Saturday, and fell in straight sets to the Panthers.

The Braves battled but ultimately lost 25-18, 25-17, 25-21. 

Cougars sweep South Ripley

Led by 13 kills from Hannah Sabotin and 12 kills from Kennedy Hoffman, the Trinity Lutheran volleyball team swept South Ripley 25-17, 25-8, 25-17 on Tuesday night. 

Hoffman and Sabotin combined for five blocks as well en route to the straight-sets win. Hoffman also had a team-best two serve aces. 

Ruthie Bingham had five kills and Bailey Tabeling had nine kills to round out the Trinity attack. 

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