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Franklin’s softball team broke a 3-3 tie by scoring three runs in the sixth inning and added five runs in the seventh to defeat Seymour 11-3 on the Owls’ field Thursday.

Franklin’s leadoff batter hit a home run to open the game and the Cubs out-hit the Owls 12-4. Stephanni Kleber pitched the first six innings and Kendrick Sterling pitched the seventh for the Owls.

Seymour scored all three of its runs in the fourth inning. Camryn Reichenbacker and Grace Meyer had singles and Sterling hit a sacrifice fly to score Reichenbacker.

Kleber singled to drive in Meyer, and after Kendall Allman singled, Sydney Stewart hit a sacrifice fly to score Kleber.

The Owls finished their regular season 17-8 and will face Jeffersonville at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Jennings County Sectional.


defeats Mitchell, 2-1

The Braves won a low-scoring affair against Mitchell at home Thursday, winning 2-1.

Erin Singleton had 1 hit and 1 run; Kelsey Schneider had 1 hit and 1 run; Alli Reynolds had 1 hit; Rylee May had 1 hit and 1 RBI; Addyson Coomer had 1 hit and 1 RBI; and Maddison Brittain had 1 hit.

Rylin Huddleston pitched three innings and had five strikeouts, Brittain pitched two innings with one strikeout, and Schneider pitched two innings and had one strikeout.

Brownstown (15-10) will begin sectionals next Tuesday at Scottsburg.


Brownstown falls to Scottsburg

Scottsburg scored three runs each in the third and fourth innings and defeated Brownstown Central 6-4 in a Mid-Southern Conference baseball game Thursday.

Brownstown scored single runs in the first and third innings and scored twice in the seventh.

The Braves outhit the Warriors 7-6, but were hurt by committing four errors.

Cayleb Covert had one hit and two RBI for the Braves. Brownstown won’t play again until sectionals next week.

Crothersville falls to West Washington

The Tigers dropped a 14-0 game to West Washington on Thursday in five innings.

Damian Bowman got the lone hit for the Tigers, and Logen O’Sullivan got walked twice to account for the three base runners in the game.

Matthew Clouse pitched 4.1 innings and had five strikeouts, while Lucas Hilton pitched the final 0.2 innings to get the final two outs.

Crothersville will play again on Saturday against Orleans at home.

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