High School Sports Roundup


Stars hold visiting Braves scoreless

The Brownstown Central girls softball squad fell to Bedford North Lawrence 5-0 on Monday night on the road.

The Braves were limited to four hits and had two errors, while the Stars scored twice in the first inning and added three more runs in the bottom of the third.

Brownstown’s four hits came from juniors Emily Singleton and Erin Singleton, who both hit doubles, and juniors Zoe Stuckwisch and Maddison Brittain, who each had a single.

The Stars picked up their five runs on five hits, including a home run by Sarah Stone.

Rylee May recorded the loss for the 3-2 Braves, who return to action at 5:30 p.m. today at Columbus East.

Track and field

Tiger girls win three-way meet at Hauser; boys finish second

Crothersville girls won a three-way track and field meet Monday night at Hauser.

The Tigers picked up wins in eight event to score 65 points and finish ahead of the Jets, who finished with 55 points. Trinity Lutheran placed third with 13 points.

Those winning events for Crothersville were junior Kennadi Lakins in the 100, 14.6, high jump, 4-8, and long jump, 14-5; junior Kaylyn Holman in the 1,600, 5:27, and 3,200, 13:10; senior Shea Reynolds in the shot put, 28-8, and the discus, 69-3; and the 4x-800 relay team of Holman, Lakins, junior Zoe Spangler and junior Ella Passe, 12:39.

Trinity’s points came from junior Mya Lindroth, who won the 200 dash, 31.1, and 400, 33.0.

Hauser won the boys meet with 93, followed by Crothersville, who finished with 27, and Trinity, who scored six points.

The Tigers earned victories in the 1,600 meters by senior David Rose, 5:17, and 3,200, 11:52; senior Tim Hodge in the shot put, 34-7; and freshman Elijah Plasse in the high jump, 5-0.


Trinity Lutheran finishes 14th in Edinburgh Invitational

Trinity Lutheran’s golf team shot a 393 to place 14th in the Edinburgh Invitational on Saturday at Timbergate Golf Course.

Jacob Sabotin was low for Trinity with a 79, and he was followed by Zephyr Wilson with 94, Preston Kovener 109 and Caleb Williams at 111.