Local sports roundup



Short-handed Tigers suffer defeat

The Crothersville baseball team only had nine players on Monday against South Central, and it resulted in a tough 26-0 defeat in five innings.

It was the first time all season the Tigers didn’t record a hit in the game. Matthew Clouse was on the mound for Crothersville, and after getting into a jam with the bases loaded and no outs in the first inning, Clouse pitched out of it, only allowing one run.

But the Tigers couldn’t hold off South Central like that for much longer, as the Rebels recorded 19 hits to account for their 26 runs.

Due to COVID-19 and injuries, Crothersville will likely be short-handed for the next couple of weeks, as well. They play next on Thursday against West Washington.


Brown County tops Braves’ tennis team

Brown County defeated Brownstown Central 4-1 in a nonconference tennis match Monday on the Braves’ courts.

Hannah Hackman picked up the Braves’ win 6-2, 6-7, 6-3 at No. 1 singles.

“It was a good win for Hannah,” Braves coach Erik Stangland said. “We were outmanned. We lost the other matches in straight sets.”

Jenna Bolte filled in at No. 2 singles, and Stangland said she did a good job in winning two games in the second set. Bolte lost 6-0, 6-2.

Leah Pottschmidt lost 6-1, 6-0 at No. 3 singles, Chelsea Luedeman and Emily Mann lost 6-2, 6-1 at No. 1 doubles and Lexie Satterthwaite and Lydia Luedeman lost 6-4, 6-1 at No. 2 singles.

The Braves’ match at Trinity Lutheran scheduled for today has been moved to Friday. The Braves will play at Seymour on Thursday.

Track and field

Crothersville girls win, boys take third

In addition to Kaylyn Holman setting the school record in the 1,600 at 5:22, the Tigers’ girls team also came out victorious as a team, scoring 61 points to defeat Rock Creek (58) and West Washington (8) on Monday.

Kennadi Lakins won the long jump at 13-5 1/2, and Shea Reynolds won the shot put at 27’7″. In addition to winning the mile, Holman also won the 800 (2:35) and the 3,200 (13:20) as well being the first leg on the winning 3,200-meter relay team.

The 1,600-meter relay team also took home first place.

As for the boys, they scored 21 points to come in third place to Rock Creek (62) and West Washington (35).

David Rose won the mile at 5:22 and the 3200 at 12:29. He also finished second in the 300 low hurdles at 57.69, which is a PR. Timothy Hodge was second in the discus at 69’5″ and third in the shot put at 32-11 1/2.