Local sports roundup – December 23


Saturday’s results

Girls Basketball

Hornets fall to Borden

Medora was outscored 26-5 in the first half en route to a defeat at the hands of the Borden Braves on Saturday afternoon.

The Hornets outscored the Braves in the final period 13-8, but the deficit was too great as they fell 50-23.

Mariah Cobb and Kelsey Turner took care of all of the scoring for the Hornets. Cobb netted 13, while Turner added 10.

Cougars tame the Twisters

Class A No. 2 Trinity Lutheran doubled up Oldenburg Academy and then some in its 64-31 win early Saturday evening.

Bailey Tabeling and Sydney Jaynes both dropped more than 20 points in the game with Tabeling totaling 27 and Jaynes scoring 21. Jaynes also pulled down 16 rebounds.

Emma Schepman netted six points, while Hannah Sabotin and Kailene Cockerham scored four each. Sabotin also hauled in a team-high 17 boards.

Boys Basketball

Braves come up short against Mitchell

Brownstown Central had another comeback attempt fall short Saturday night against Mitchell 60-56.

The Braves were down by as many as 11 and got it within four, but the Bluejackets were able to hold on for the victory.

Derek Thompson led the charge for the Braves with 15 off of 6-for-9 shooting. He also pulled down six rebounds. Clay Chastain scored 13 points, and Isaiah Wineinger also scored in double figures with 12 and was 7 of 8 from the free throw line.

Lucas Hines had nine, Aidan Schroer scored four and Levi Stahl chipped in three to round out the scoring.

Trinity tops Jac-Cen-Del

It’s all coming together for the Cougars as they netted their second win of the weekend 53-50 over Jac-Cen-Del.

The Cougars overcame a slow start in the first quarter but outscored the Eagles the rest of the way to earn the win.

Tyler Goecker led the Cougars with 17 points and also had 12 rebounds. Jack Marksberry was close behind with 16 points and eight rebounds.

Mitchell Hackman had seven, Hudson Norton scored five, Josh Rowe and Caleb Williams each had three and Jacob Sabotin added two to round out the scoring.

Tigers lose second SAC contest

Looking to get one in the win column this weekend, the Crothersville boys basketball team dropped its second Southern Athletic Conference game of the season 54-53 to New Washington.

It was close the whole way with neither team able to pull away, but the Mustangs were able to keep the Tigers at arm’s length to secure the win.

Josh Thomas led the Tigers with 14 points and was aided in the scoring department by Cable Spall’s 11.

Jayden Walls and Ethan Shirley each added eight points, Kaedon Bright scored six and Carson Farmer tallied five to round out the scoring.

Jug Rox hammer Medora

The Shoals Jug Rox sent the Hornets back home with a 95-28 loss Saturday night.

Shoals got out to an early advantage and never looked back.


Owls go 0-2 at Bloomington South

The Seymour wrestling team fell to Fishers and Bloomington South on Saturday at the BHSS Holiday Duals.

Seymour fell 52-24 in their match with Tigers but earned some good wins over the red-clad team from north of Indianapolis.

Jake Kriete won by fall in just 2 minutes, 13 seconds during his match at 145 pounds against the Tigers. His effort was bested two matches later as Jacob Rotert needed just 1:11 to get the win at 160.

Hector Ruiz followed suit with a win by pin at 182 pounds midway through the second period. Nate Banister and Ben Kriete picked up wins by decision over the Tigers with Banister winning 6-0 at 132 pounds and Kriete winning 7-1 at 138.

Against the host Panthers, the Owls fell 57-7 and notched just two individual wins.

Rotert got his second win of the day with an 8-0 major decision victory at 160, while Jake Kriete won in a tough 5-4 decision at 145.

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