Local sports roundup – January 25


Friday’s results

Boys Basketball

Cougars cruise by Medora

Trinity Lutheran outscored Medora 22-8 in the second quarter en route to a big 81-52 win Friday night.

The Cougars held the Hornets to single digits in the third period, too, outscoring them 19-9. The Hornets tried to mount a comeback, but the Cougars matched them point for point in the fourth to preserve their win.

Hudson Norton led the Cougars with 19 points, while Jack Marksberry added 17. They were the only two double-digit scorers for the Cougars.

Mitchell Hackman had nine, Lawson Woods and Tyler Goecker scored six each and Jacob Sabotin added five.

Jose Rowe, Evan Hunt and Logan Brown each chipped in four, while Noah Voelker netted three. Kade Hill and Chase Sawyer rounded out the scoring with two apiece.

Medora’s Isaiah Myers led all scorers with 24, and Caleb Sturgill contributed 11. Braxton McCory scored nine, Bryce Guffey and Elijah Sturgill both added three and Jack Combs rounded out the Medora scoring with two.

Tigers earn first SAC win of the season

It took overtime, but the Crothersville boys basketball team earned its first Southern Athletic Conference win of the season.

Hosting the South Central Rebels, the Tigers’ Josh Thomas scored the game winner in the extra period to give Crothersville the 54-52 victory. He cut into the lane and rolled the ball right in for the game winner.

Thomas led the Tigers with 21 points and was the only Crothersville player in double figures.

Ethan Shirley scored nine, Quinten Keasler added seven, Kaedon Bright chipped in five and Cable Spall tallied four. Carson Farmer and Zach Helt each scored two.

Baker, Woods grouped together at Torrey Pines

Brownstown Central graduate and newly minted PGA Tour pro Chris Baker will be grouped with 15-time major winner Tiger Woods during the third round of the Farmers Insurance Open today.

The pair, along with Tyler McCumber, will tee off from hole No. 1 today at 7:55 a.m. The trio currently are 4-under par for the tournament.

Television coverage for the event begins at 1 p.m. on the Golf Channel and will flip over to CBS at 3 p.m.

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