Local sports roundup – January 22


Area football players earn more IFCA honors

The Indiana Football Coaches Association announced its Academic All-State honorees on Monday and several Jackson County players made the cut.

Justin Brewer, Brandon Wilson, Jalen Tiemeyer, Derek Thompson and Eli Brown were all named from Brownstown Central. Jake Roberts, Brendan Smith and Cameron Barr were all named from Seymour.

Immanuel boys basketball continues to roll

The eighth grade Immanuel boys basketball team defeated St. Ambrose 56-14.

Evan Rudicel led the team with 12 points while Peyton Pollert also scored in double figures with 10. Kowan Gross scored eight, Boone Nicholson chipped in seven, Evan Royer added six, Andrew Wiggam tallied five, Trevor Goecker and Mickey Wright netted three each, and Michael Brooks rounded out the scoring with two.

Tuesday’s results

Girls Basketball

Eagles soar by Crothersvilles

The Austin Eagles jumped on the Crothersville Tigers early on Tuesday night en route to a 72-42 win.

Addy Cole led the charge for the Tigers with 13 points and was the only Crothersville player in double figures. Makinzee Isley added seven, while Makayla Helt, Kennadi Lakins and Grace Wilson chipped in five. Isabell Lewis added three, Zoe Spangler scored two and Rebekah Cook rounded out the Tiger scoring with two.

Braves continue winning ways 

Brownstown Central got off to a hot start on Tuesday night to defeat the Bloomington North Cougars 47-38.

It’s their fifth straight win since falling to Madison, the third such winning streak of at least five wins this season.

The Braves now turn their attention to West Washington, who upset Class 3A No. 2 Salem by four on Monday night.

Ashley Schroer led the way for the Braves with 12 and was the only BC player in double figures. Katherine Benter and Halle Hehman scored nine and seven, respectively, while Zoe Fountain added six.

Avery Koch chipped in four, Emma Klinge, Kalee Borden and Maddy Hackman each scored three to round out the BC scoring.

Owls fall to Red Devils 

The Owls were held scoreless in the second quarter during the penultimate game of season and fell to Jeffersonville 49-35.

Grace Meyer was the lone Owl player in double figures with 13 points. Aidan Hiester scored seven, and both Alyssa Perry and Brooke Trinkle netted five.

Grace Schrader added three and Jamya Miller rounded out the scoring with two.

Boys Basketball

Senators swat Hornets

Class A No. 8 West Washington scored 28 points in the first quarter en route to a 68-23 win over Medora.

The Hornets were also held scoreless in the opening stanza as the Senators raced out to put the game away early.

Isaiah Myers led the way for the Hornets with eight points, Shepard Earl scored seven and Braxton McCory added three. Bryce Guffey and Elijah Sturgill each scored two, while Caleb Sturgill chipped in a point.

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