Local sports roundup


Track and field

Brownstown girls place fifth at conference meet

The Braves placed fifth overall at the Mid-Southern Conference meet at Corydon Central on Tuesday night with a score of 50.50.

Camryn Thompson and Jocelyn Love went 5-6 in the 100 hurdles with times of 18.33 and 19.39, respectively. Thompson and Love also went 3-4 in the 300 hurdles, both running PR’s as well. Thompson ran a 53.46 and Love ran a 57.11.

Avery Koch was second in the discus with a throw of 117’4", and Zori Otting was fifth with a throw of 85’2". Koch was third in the shot put with a 36’8", and Addie Shelton was sixth with a personal-best throw of 30’7".

Lastly in the field events, Kaitlyn McCormick finished tied-for-third in the pole vault with a personal-best height of 7’0".

Brownstown girls will compete in the sectional on May 18.


Owls place third in quad meet

Seymour hosted a quad meet at Shadowood Golf Course on Tuesday night against Jennings County, Madison and Floyd Central.

The Owls finished in third place as a team with a score of 171. Madison was second with 167 and Floyd Central was first with 160.

Owen Marshall led the Owls with a 37, Ethan Dippold shot a 42, Noah Surface shot a 44, Andrew Knieriem shot a 48, Andon Self shot a 49 and Ty Stuckwisch shot a 56.

The Owls will compete again on next Tuesday at home against Columbus North.


Trinity falls in extras to Hauser

Tied 8-8 heading into the top of the eighth, Hauser tacked on two runs that resulted in them taking a 10-8 victory over Trinity Lutheran on Tuesday night.

Bailey Tabeling had 3 hits and 3 runs; Kamzi Gross had 2 hits, 2 runs and 1 RBI; Genesis Munoz had 1 hit, 2 runs and 4 RBI (grand slam); Ally Russell had 1 RBI; and Dianna Munoz had 3 hits and 1 run.

Gross pitched all eight innings for the Cougars, striking out six batters.

Trinity will be back in action on Saturday at home for a doubleheader against Brownstown Central, starting at 10 a.m.

Brownstown falls to Silver Creek

The Braves suffered a 12-2 defeat to Silver Creek on Tuesday at home.

Erin Singleton had 2 hits and 2 runs; Alli Reynolds had 1 hit; Rylee May had 2 hits and 2 RBI; Rehgen Stuckwisch had 1 hit; Addyson Coomer had 1 hit; Abby Stuckwisch had 2 hits; and Rylin Huddleston had 1 hit.

Kelsey Schneider, Huddleston and May combined for the six innings pitched on the mound. Brownstown will be back in action on Thursday at North Harrison.


Brownstown defeats Mitchell on the road

Brownstown survived a late rally by Mitchell to defeat the Bluejackets 8-7 on the road.

Jake Pauley had 2 hits, 1 run and 1 RBI; Cristos McCormick had 2 hits, 1 run and 1 RBI; Nathan Koch had 1 hit and 2 RBI; Levi Stahl had 1 RBI; Cole Darlage had 2 hits and 1 run; Kiernan Tiemeyer had 2 hits and 2 runs; Braden Schulz had 2 hits and 2 RBI; Cayleb Covert had 1 hit and 1 run; Chick Tiemeyer had 1 RBI; and Ethan Fultz and Ethan Garland each had 1 run.

McCormick, Schulz, Fultz and Pauley all pitched for the Braves. Brownstown will play again on Thursday at Charlestown.

Crothersville falls to Edinburgh

The Tigers suffered a 14-1 defeat to Edinburgh on Tuesday.

Lucas Hilton and Matthew Clouse each got 1 hit on the day, and Clouse had the RBI to bring in Hilton.

Those two also pitched all four innings for the Tigers as well. Crothersville will be back in action on Saturday for a doubleheader against Cannelton.


Track and field

Seymour Unified track team wins three-team meet

Seymour High School’s Unified track and field team recently finished second to Bedford North Lawrence in the Hoosier Hills Conference meet.

On Monday night, the Owls came out on top in a three-team event on the Stars’ track.

Seymour scored 123 to win the meet, followed by BNL with 115 and Columbus East with 89.

For four of the five events, scoring was divided up by two flights or sections.

In the mixed 100-meter dash, Seymour’s Jose Rodriguez and Delaney Thomasma went 1-2 in Section 2, finishing in 16.06 and 16.75 seconds, respectively. In the Section 1 race, Ryan Elmore placed second in 13.39.

Hannah Ackeret placed first in the Section 2 mixed 400-meter dash race in 1:18.65, while Levi Croquart (1:01.72) and Elijah Osborne (1:06.51) went 2-3 in Section 1.

In the relays, Seymour won the 400-meter girls race and placed second in the boys event.

For the field events, Seymour dominated the mixed long jump with Elmore (15½), Croquart (13-2) and Rodriguez (10-2) taking the top three placings in Flight 2, and Elmore (40-11), Rodriguez (24-5) and David Engel (22-8) placed second, third and fourth, respectively, in the mixed shot put.

Seymour is back in action Monday at home against Jennings County for the final regular-season meet. Senior night festivities will start at 5:20 p.m. before the meet begins.


Trinity cruises over Christian Academy

The Cougars had no issues with Christian Academy on Monday night, winning the game 11-1.

Tyler Goecker led the team with 3 hits on the day, Lawson Woods had 2 hits and five different batters each had 1 hit — Nathan Voelker, Kowan Gross, Evan Hunt, Sage Broughton and Andrew Bell.

Goecker was also on the mound for the Cougars, and he pitched two innings, allowing 1 hit and striking out three. Peyton Pollert pitched the next two innings and gave up 1 hit while striking out two, and Jake Mau pitched the final inning and gave up 1 hit and 2 walks while striking out one.


Brownstown loses tight battle to Clarksville

Brownstown battled tough at Clarksville on Monday night, but the Braves came up just short, losing the match 3-2.

Ava McKinney got a win at one singles 6-1, 6-1, and the one doubles team of Hannah Hackman and Chelsea Luedeman won 7-5, 6-1.

Jenna Bolte came up just short at three singles, losing her three-set match 4-6, 6-2, 3-6.

Then at two singles, Emily Mann lost 0-6, 0-6, and the two doubles tandem of Lexie Satterthwaite and Lydia Luedeman lost 4-6, 3-6.