Local sports roundup – September 13


Baker even through first day at Greenbrier

In his second PGA Tour event, Chris Baker is even through the first round of the Greenbrier Classic at The Old White TPC. 

Baker was two-under on the front nine, birdieing holes Nos. 4 and 9 before running into a bit of trouble of the back. He was able to birdie No. 13 but bogeyed holes Nos. 11, 14 and 15 to go two-over on the back nine. 

Girls Golf

BNL gets better of Brownstown Central

The Braves’ girls golf team battled with the Star but came up short at Otis Park, 166-222.

Payton Ault led the way for BC with a 49, followed by Ashlynn Fox’s 56. Lexie Satterthwaite, Cara Baker and Hannah Hackman each carded a 59 for the Braves. Liv Hackman and Ashley Schroer rounded out the scoring with a 58 and 61, respectively. 

Boys Tennis

Braves earn tough win over BNL

Strong singles play led the Brownstown Central boys tennis team to a 3-2 win over Bedford North Lawrence.

Ethan Isaacs was the most tested of the three singles players, winning his match at the top spot 7-5, 6-3. Ethan Davis and Kelian East had a little bit easier of a time. Davis won his 6-3, 6-3, while East won 6-2, 6-2.

Reece Carlin and Griffin Stidam fought at No. 1 doubles but fell 4-6, 2-6, while the two doubles tandem of Trent Luedeman and Cole Shasteen lost 2-6, 2-6. 

Girls Soccer

Cougars down Brown County

Two first-half goals by Trinity Lutheran helped them defend their home field on Thursday against the Brown County Eagles. 

Emma Goecker and Kailene Cockerham scored both goals in the opening 40 minutes en route to a 3-1 win for the Cougars. 


Seymour sweeps Scottsburg

The Owls nabbed their third win of the week with a straight-sets win over Scottsburg, 25-16, 25-23, 25-18. Olivia Fish led the Owls on both ends of the court with 17 kills on 32 of 35 hitting and with a team-best 13 digs. She also had three aces.

Chloe Criswell add seven kills on a perfect 17-for-17 night at the net and had a team-best five aces on 13 of 15 serving. Camryn Reichenbacker was 6-for-7 with four kills and Hayley Harpe added 31 assists to the Owl attack. 

Cougars stay hot, sweep BNL

The Class A second-ranked Cougars made short work of the BNL Stars on Thursday night, winning 25-17, 25-10, 25-18. 

They’ll see the Stars again on Saturday. 

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