Local sports roundup – October 1


Braves continue climb in new IFCA poll

After defeating Jackson County rival Seymour lat Friday, the Brownstown Central football team moved up a few spots to No. 5 in Class 3A in the latest IFCA poll.

No. 1 teams in each class are: Avon (6A), New Palestine (5A), New Prairie (4A), Indianapolis Chatard (3A), Lewis Cass (2A) and Indianapolis Lutheran (A). 

Boys tennis draw announced

The five-team Seymour boys tennis sectional was announced Monday night with the host Owls facing Scottsburg on Wednesday.

Trinity Lutheran awaits the winner in the semifinal round on Thursday. Brownstown Central and Austin will face off in the top half of the bracket also on Thursday.

The sectional championship is set for Friday afternoon. 

Monday’s results

Boys Tennis

Austin defeats Braves in tight contest

In their final regular season matchup, the Brownstown Central boys tennis team fell 3-2 to Mid-Southern rival Austin.

Ethan Isaacs and Ethan Davis scored the two wins for the Braves at No. 1 and No. 2 singles, respectively.

Isaacs won 6-1, 7-6 (7-2) while Davis cruised 6-0, 6-0.

Kelian East battled at No. 3 singles but fell 6-4, 7-6 (6-3). Reece Carlin and Griffin Stidam lost 7-6 (8-6), 6-0 at No. 1 doubles while the two doubles pair of Cole Shasteen and Trent Luedeman lost 6-1, 6-1.

The Braves face Austin again on Thursday in the sectional semifinal. 

Girls Soccer

Cougars blast Southwestern on senior night

It was great sendoff for the Trinity Lutheran seniors as the Cougars blanked Southwestern of Hanover 6-0 on Monday night.

Emma Myers, Kailene Cockerham and Sarah Lemming all scored in the first half to give the Cougars a comfortable 3-0 lead at the halftime break. Myers and Cockerham scored again in the second half and Flossie Cooper added a goal to further the Cougars’ already big lead.

Trinity out-shot Southwestern 22-2 and keeper Samantha Enzinger had two saves. 

The Cougars travel to Jennings County tonight at 5:30 p.m. 


Tigers fall to Henryville in three

Crothersville fell to Southern Athletic Conference rival Henryville in straight sets on Monday night 25-16, 25-10, 25-18.

Bekah Cook led the team with one kill while Mariyah Kelshaw had an ace. 

The Tigers had three aces as a team. 

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