Local sports roundup




Brownstown blanks Indian Creek 9-0

It was a solid day on the mound for Rylin Huddleston on Saturday morning as she pitched a complete game, only allowing two hits and striking out nine as Brownstown Central rolled to a 9-0 victory over Indian Creek.

The Braves had 13 hits on the day coming from seven different batters. Kelsey Schneider had 3 hits and 3 runs; Erin Singleton had 2 hits and 2 runs; Alli Reynolds had 2 hits and 2 RBI; Rehgen Stuckwisch had 3 hits, 1 run and 4 RBI; Addyson Coomer had 1 hit; Rylee May had 1 hit, 1 run and 1 RBI; and Huddleston had 1 hit and 1 RBI.

The Braves will be back in action tonight against Floyd Central at home at 5:30 p.m.

Trinity splits doubleheader with Springs Valley

The bats were hot early on for the Cougars on Saturday morning as they took on Springs Valley on the road. Trinity came away with a decisive 14-4 victory.

Kamzi Gross pitched a complete game, giving up just five hits and striking out 10 batters. Gross also had 2 hits and scored 2 runs. 

Bailey Tabeling also had 2 hits and scored 3 runs; Bailey Reynolds went 3-4  with a double and a homer, scoring 4 runs with 4 RBI; Genesis Munoz went 3-4 with 1 run and 1 RBI; Ally Russell went 2-4 with 1 run; Dianna Munoz went 2-4 with 1 run and 2 RBI; and Amanda Fink went 1-3 with 1 run.

In the second game of the doubleheader, the Cougars almost came away with a second victory. In the bottom of the seventh inning with two outs, two strikes and no one base, Springs Valley was able to rally, scoring two runs to top Trinity 5-4.

“That is a tough loss when we played so well the majority of the day," head coach Bob Tabeling said. "We got behind and came back to tie it and eventually take the lead going into the seventh. We just could not close it out.”

Bailey Tabeling went 2-3 with 1 run; Bailey Reynolds scored a run; Genesis Munoz went 1-2 with a 3-run homerun; and Russell went 1-3 with 1 RBI.

Gross pitched another complete game, giving up five hits and striking out five.

Trinity will be back in action on Tuesday at Edinburgh.


Seymour finishes sixth, Brownstown 13th at Bedford

Owen Marshall shot a round of 79 to lead the Seymour golf team to a sixth-place finish Saturday in the Bedford North Lawrence Invitational at Otis Park.

Center Grove scored 311 to win the tournament with Columbus North second at 318, BNL third with 333, Bloomington North shot 345, Franklin Central shot a 349 and the Owls scored 354.

Marshall was fifth medalist. Other Seymour scores were Ethan Dippold with 90, Manny Fontanez 92, Noah Surface 93 and Ty Stuckwisch 97.

Brownstown Central finished 13th with a score of 386.

Chandler Stahl was low for the Braves with 93, Elix Preston shot 94, Conner Gwin shot 96, Caden Clodfelter 103 and Jaren Cunningham 104.


Crothersville falls to Shawe

Shawe memorial scored 15 runs in the second and third innings to defeat Crothersville 19-0 in five innings in a non-conference baseball game Saturday on the Hilltoppers’ diamond.

The Tigers were outhit 12-0, and they committed 6 errors. The only two Crothersville batters to reach base safely were on errors.

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