Local sports roundup – September 10


SWISH tryout dates changed

To help accommodate players involved with fall youth sports, the tryout dates for the Seymour SWISH travel basketball team have changed.

All players in grades three through six will tryout on Monday, September 23 in the Seymour High School main gym. Third and fourth graders will tryout from 6 p.m. to 7:15 and fifth and sixth graders will tryout from 7:30 to 8:45. 

Braves fall to No. 8 in IFCA poll

The Brownstown Central football team dropped a spot to No. 8 in Class 3A in Monday’s Week 4 IFCA poll. The Braves defeated Eastern (Pekin), 56-21, last Friday.

Top teams from each class are: Warren Central (6A), New Palestine (5A), New Prairie (4A), Indianapolis Chatard (3A), Indianapolis Scecina (2A) and Indianapolis Lutheran (A). 

Monday’s results

Boys Tennis

Silver Creek sweeps Braves

It was a tough night for the Brownstown Central boys tennis team at Mid-Southern Conference rival Silver Creek on Monday. 

The Dragons bounced the Braves, 5-0, but not without a fight from No. 3 singles player Kelian East, who forced three sets with his opponent. Still, despite his efforts, East fell 5-7, 6-2, 4-6. 

Elsewhere, No. 1 singles player Ethan Isaacs fell 0-6, 1-6 while No. 2 player Ethan Davis lost 4-6, 6-7 (4-7). At No. 1 doubles, the tandem of Reece Carlin and Griffin Stidam had their hands full and lost 1-6, 3-6. The No. 2 pair of Cole Shasteen and Trent Luedeman fell 1-, 0-6. 

Boys Soccer

Saints shut out Cougars

Trinity Lutheran dropped a tough one to Indianapolis Lutheran on Monday, 7-0. Brayden Stockelman did his best to swat away the Saints’ chances, coming away with 20 saves in the game. 


Owls dominate Jeffersonville 

Seymour volleyball got a big-time Hoosier Hills Conference win on Monday night against Jeffersonville. The Owls swept the Red Devils to the tune of a 25-19, 25-23, 25-10 scoreline.

Olivia Fish led the Owls with kills, going 30-for-36 with 21 while Cali Cummings was 12 of 13 for six kills. Chloe Criswell added five kills on 15-for-16 hitting. Hayley Harpe was the top server for Seymour, going 16 of 17 on her serves with five aces. She also had a team leading 25 assists and seven digs. Sophia Stahl also had seven digs for the Owl defense and added two aces. Jayla Gambrel was also solid on her serves, going 12-for-13 with an ace.

The junior varsity and freshmen teams also earned wins for the Owls. JV won 2-0 (25-13, 25-16) while the freshmen won 2-1 (25-4, 18-25, 15-12). 

Tigers fall short against South Decatur

Crothersville fought hard but fell to South Decatur in straight sets 17-25, 18-25, 25-27. 

Bekah Cook led the Tigers with five kills on 15 of 17 hitting while Addy Cole was 23-for-27 with three kills. Cook was was also 15-for-16 on her serves while Makayla Helt was a perfect 8-for-8. 

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