Local sports roundup

The Braves scored at least 1 run in every single inning on Monday, defeating Paoli at home 7-1.

Erin Singleton had 1 run; Kelsey Schneider had 1 hit and 2 runs; Alli Reynolds had 1 RBI; Rylee May had 2 hits and 3 RBI; Addyson Coomer had 2 hits and 2 runs; Zoe Stuckwisch had 2 hits and 1 RBI; Emily Dillman had 1 RBI; and Adelynn Anderson had 1 run.

May was on the mound for the Braves, allowing 5 hits and 1 run while striking out 11.

Brownstown will look to carry that momentum to Thursday against Mitchell.


Brownstown defeats

West Washington

Chandler Stahl shot a round of 43, and Caiden Gwin, Connor Gwin and Elix Preston shot rounds of 44 as the Brownstown Central golf team defeated West Washington 175-248 Monday at Western Hills in Salem.

Jaren Cunningham rounded out the Braves’ scoring with 50.

Brownstown will compete again today at Salem with Borden.


Brownstown drops

game to Silver Creek

The Braves fell down 5-0 through three innings at Silver Creek and couldn’t find enough offense to come back in time, losing the game 6-2.

Nathan Koch had 2 hits and 1 RBI; Wyatt Steward had 1 hit; Carson Darlage had 1 hit and 1 run; Chick Tiemeyer had 1 hit and 1 run; and Cayleb Covert had 1 hit and 1 RBI.

Trent Lowry pitched all six innings for the Braves, allowing 10 hits and 6 runs while striking out 3 batters.

Brownstown will not compete again until sectionals on May 25.


Trinity knocks off

Southwestern (Shelby)

The Cougars got a nice win to create momentum for sectionals against Southwestern (Shelby) on Monday night. Trinity won the match 4-1.

Sarah Lemming won 6-0, 6-2 at one singles, Regan Cain won 6-0, 6-0 at two singles and Drew Hubbard won 6-0, 6-0 at three singles.

In one doubles, Katelyn Mensendiek and Kiley Zabel won 6-7, 6-4, 10-1. At two doubles, Erin Enzinger and Kate Mau lost 3-6, 2-6. Rebekah Brown, who usually teams with Enzinger, is still out with injury, but head coach Julie Lemming hopes to have her back for sectionals.

Trinity will play Brownstown Central on Thursday at the Seymour sectional, where the winner will advance to the sectional title match on Friday. Trinity defeated Brownstown 4-1 on April 20.



Seymour goes 2-1 at Greenfield-Central Classic

The Owls played three games at the Greenfield-Central Classic on Saturday and won two of them.

Seymour defeated Frankton 8-2. Kynadee Warner had 2 runs, 1 single, 1 double and 1 RBI; Alyssa Perry had 3 runs and 3 singles; Grace Meyer had 2 runs, 1 single, 1 triple and 1 RBI; Kendrick Sterling had 1 triple and 5 RBI; Sydney Stewart had 1 single and 1 RBI; and Matte Nicholson had 1 run and 1 single.

Stephanni Kleber threw 114 pitches to 30 batters and allowed 1 walk, 8 hits, 2 runs and struck out 7.

Then the Owls beat Columbus East 5-0. Warner had 1 run and 1 single; Perry had 1 single and 1 RBI; Meyer had 1 run, 1 single and 1 RBI; K. Sterling had 2 singles and 2 RBI; Kleber had 1 run and 1 double; Nicholson had 1 run, 1 single and 1 RBI; and Camryn Reichenbacker had 1 run and 2 singles.{div}K. Sterling threw 60 pitches to 18 batters and allowed 1 walk, 2 hits, 0 runs and stuck out 6. Avery Stewart threw 21 pitches to 6 batters and gave up no walks, runs or hits.{/div} {div} {/div} {div}The one loss for Seymour came from Greenfield Central 8-2. Warner had 1 single; Perry had 1 run and 2 singles; Meyer had 1 run and 2 singles; K. Sterling had 2 singles; and Reichenbacker had 1 single.{/div} {div} {/div} {div}A. Stewart threw 40 pitches to 13 batters and had 1BB, 0K, 8 hits, 6 runs. K. Sterling threw 24 pitches to 7 batters and had 0BB, 1K, 4 hits, 0 runs. Kleber threw 34 pitches to 9 batters and had 0BB, 2K, 2 hits, 1 run. Olivia Clark threw 9 pitches to 6 batters and had 0BB, 0K, 1 hit, 1 run.{/div} {div} {/div} {div}Seymour will play again on Thursday at home against Franklin.{/div} {div} {/div} {div}Golf{/div} {div} {/div} {div}Braves place sixth at conference{/div} {div}Chandler Stahl shot an 85 Saturday to help the Braves place sixth in the Mid-Southern Conference tournament at Wooded View Golf Course in Clarksville with a score of 363.

Caiden Gwin shot 90, Elix Preston 93 and Connor Gwin 95.

Braves coach Brett Hattabaugh said that was Brownstown’s lowest score of the season for an 18-hole match.{/div}

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