Local sports roundup – January 17


IHSAA commissioner to retire this summer

Indiana High School Athletic Association commissioner, Bobby Cox will retire this summer the organization announced Thursday.

Cox has served as the commissioner since 2011. His last day is set to be August 1, 2020. 

Thursday’s results

Girls Basketball

Braves fly by Hauser

A great first three quarters from the Brownstown Central Braves allowed them to cruise to a 58-44 win over the Hauser Jets.

The Braves tallied 19, 16 and 18 points in each of the first three quarters, while holding the host Jets to single-digit scoring in each of the first two periods.

Maddy Hackman led the Braves for the second game in a row with 16 points with 12 of them coming from the 3-point line. Katherine Benter was the only other double-digit scorer for the Braves with 15. 

Halle Hehman and Ashley Schroer each totaled eight, Avery Koch and Kalee Borden scored two each, and Zoe Fountain rounded out the scoring with two. 


Owls retain "Big Shoe" trophy

Seymour downed the Scottsburg Warriors 48-30 in Scottsburg to hold onto their "Big Shoe" trophy.

Seymour got wins from nine weight classes and they were: Jude Bane (106), Sam Chandler (120), Ty Woods (126), Brady Garner (132), Sam Castetter (138), Conner Ellis (160), Hector Ruiz (170), Lalo Bustos (195), Carlos Ortiz (285). 

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