Local sports roundup – November 28


Tuesday’s results

Co-ed Swimming

Owls split with Madison

The Seymour Owls swim team opened up their season on the road against Hoosier Hills Conference rival Madison.

Seymour’s girls team won 133-46 while the boys fell to the Cubs 104-72.

The Owls took two of the three relay events with the team of Katya Cox, Maren McClure, Abby Boyt and Sandy Cerino winning the 200-yard medley relay in 2 minutes and 4.16 seconds. The team of Cerino, Cox, McClure and Samantha Jacobi won the 400 freestyle relay in 4:13.44.

The trio of Cox, McClure and Cerino also won two individual events each. 

Cox won the 200 freestyle in 2:16.33 and the 100 backstroke in 1:11.05. McClure was victorious in the 200 individual medley with a mark of 2:26.25 and the 100 breaststroke in 1:15.68. Cerino cleaned up in both the 50 and 100 freestyles, winning those with times of 27.97 and 1:02.2, respectively. 

Rounding out the wins for the Seymour girls were: Alexandra Weaver in diving with a five-dive score of 132.10, Boyt in the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:11.45 and Macy Traylor in the 500 free with a time of 6:14.63.

On the boys’ side, Kaleb Brown took home the diving win with a score of 107 points for their only win. 

Boys Basketball

Tigers top Waldron in opener

Despite a four-point second quarter, the Crothersville Tigers walloped Waldron in their season opener 57-44.

A 22-point third period put the Tigers out in front and a 16-point fourth made sure they stayed in front.

Josh Thomas led all Tiger scorers with 15 points and was one of four players to score in double figures. 

Jaydan Walls, Cable Spall and Tim Burton each scored 13. Ethan Shirley rounded out the scoring with three points.

Hornets fall to Shawe Memorial

A five-point fourth quarter did in the Medora Hornets on Tuesday night against Shawe Memorial, 64-49. 

The Hornets kept pace with Shawe for three quarters until the well ran dry for them in the final period where they converted just two shots and were 0-for-2 from the free-throw line. 

Bryce Guffey and Isaiah Meyers led the charge for the Hornets, scoring 16 points each with both combining for seven 3-pointers. The Hornets drained nine as a team with Guffey leading the way with four. 

Rounding out the scoring for the Hornets: Jayvin Spurgeon had eight, Caleb Sturgill had five, and Shepard Earl and Jack Combs each had two. 

Girls Basketball

Braves suffer first loss of the season

A strong fourth quarter wasn’t enough to complete the comeback for the Brownstown Central Braves as they fell to Columbus East 59-53 Tuesday night.

The Braves had three double-digit scorers with Katherine Benter leading the charge with 17 points. Both Maddy Hackman and Ashley Schroer added 14.

Hackman earned the bulk of her points from behind the arc, draining four 3-pointers.

Halle Hehman added six points and Avery Koch chipped in two to round out the Braves’ scoring. 

Medora falls to Shawe Memorial 

The Hilltoppers raced out to a 12-0 lead in the first quarter and held the Hornets to just five points in each of the next three to win 41-15.

Freshman Mariah Cobb led the Hornets with nine points and Kenley King added five. Jarey Babcock rounded out the Hornet scoring with a point. 

Cobb also pulled down a team-high 11 rebounds. 

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