High school sports roundup for April 7



Braves move to 4-2 with big win over Olympians

The Brownstown  softball team traveled to Columbus East on Tuesday and came home with a 9-2 win over the Olympians.

The Braves, who took advantage of three East errors, picked up three runs in the top of the third, added two more fifth and three more in the sixth en route to the win. East’s only runs came in the bottom of the third.

Boys golf

Cougars finish second in three-way

Trinity Lutheran’s boys golf team finished second in a four-team match Tuesday afternoon at Shadowood Golf Course in Seymour.

Austin placed first with a score of 173, while Trinity Lutheran shot a 196. Salem finished third with a score of 210, while Clarksville fielded an exhibition team.

Cougar junior Jacob Sabotin was the match medalist with a 41. The rest of the Trinity results show junior Caleb Williams shooting a 49, junior Kade Hill with a 51 and senior Zephyr Wilson finishing with a 55.

Seymour golfers top Southwestern

Owen Marshall was medalist with a 36 to lead the Seymour golf team to a 166-188 win over Southwestern (Hanover) at Shadowood Golf Course on Tuesday.

Senior Ethan Dippold shot a 42, junior Andrew Knieriem scored 43 and Manny Fontanez and Noah Surface shot 45s.

The Owls will play in the Floyd Central Invitational on Saturday.


Owls remain perfect

Seymour moved to 3-0 with a 14-2 win at Madison on Monday.

Senior Alyssa Perry, freshman Kynadee Warner and junior Kendrick Sterling led Seymour at the plate with three hits each.

Perry’s output included a double, five runs and two RBI; Sterling finished with a single, two doubles, a run and six RBI; and Warner wound up with three runs and an RBI.

Senior Grace Meyer also had two hits for the Owls, including a home run and three RBI.

Stephanni Kleber faced 30 batters in six innings of action and struck out 11 while giving up 11 hits and hitting two batters. Sterling faced four batters and had a strikeout and gave up a hit in one inning.

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