Local sports roundup




Trinity drops tight battle with Henryville

Trinity Lutheran rallied late, scoring three runs in the bottom of the sixth, but the Cougars couldn’t quite get over the barrier, losing to Henryville 8-7 in the Class A Henryville Sectional.

Bailey Tabeling had 3 hits and 2 runs; Kamzi Gross had 1 hit and 2 runs; Genesis Munoz had 3 hits, 2 runs and 3 RBI; Bailey Reynolds had 1 hit and 1 RBI; Ally Russell had 1 hit, 1 run and 1 RBI; Olivia Cain had 1 hit; Dianna Munoz had 1 hit and 1 RBI; and Samantha Enzinger had 1 hit and 1 RBI.

Gross pitched all seven innings for the Cougars, allowing 8 runs off 12 hits while striking out eight batters.

This marks the end of the season for the Cougars.

Seymour falls in second round of sectionals

The Owls’ season also came to an end on Tuesday night, losing in the second round of sectionals to Floyd Central 6-4 at Jennings County.

Kynadee Warner had 1 run; Alyssa Perry had 1 run and 1 single; Grace Meyer had 1 run, 1 homerun, 1 single and 1 RBI; Kendrick Sterling had 2 RBI; Stephanni Kleber had 1 RBI; and Camryn Sterling had 1 run.

K. Sterling started had 39 pitches to 12 batters with 0BB, 0 K, 6 hits, 5 runs; Avery Stewart relieved her with 33 pitches to 11 batters with 0 BB, 2 K, 3 hits, 1 run; and Kleber finished with 45 pitches to 13 batters with 0 BB, 2K, 3 hits, 0 runs.

It was an impressive season for the Owls, who won a share of the Hoosier Hills Conference title a couple weeks ago.


Brownstown doubles competes at regionals

Brownstown’s Hannah Hackman and Chelsea Luedeman competed in the doubles bracket for the tennis regionals on Tuesday at Bloomington North.

Hackman and Luedeman, both juniors, won their one doubles match in sectionals versus Trinity, which allowed them to continue their run despite their team losing the match to the Cougars last week.

The tandem represented the Braves on Tuesday, but unfortunately dropped a match to a doubles team from Hauser 3-6, 2-6.

Hackman and Luedeman will be back next year, as well as the whole Braves’ team, which had no seniors this season.


Brownstown tops Mitchell

Brownstown Central shot a 189 on Tuesday to defeat Mitchell, which shot a 223.

Caden Clodfelder led the way with a 45, Liam Kreis shot a 47, Connor Gwin 48, Jaren Cunningham 49, Carson Darlage 51, Cooper Wolka 55, Colton Hallow 56, Tucker Tormoehlen 62 and Cole Brelage 63.

Brownstown will compete again June 1 at home against Borden.

Seymour takes second in home meet

Seymour shot a 174 on Tuesday at Shadowood Golf Course to place second in a three-team meet against Providence and Bedford North Lawrence.

Owen Marshall led the way for the Owls, shooting a 39. Ty Stuckwisch shot a 44, Ethan Dippold shot a 45, Drew Schroeder shot a 46, Andrew Knieriem shot a 48 and Andon Self shot a 49.

Seymour was just behind BNL, which shot a 167.

Seymour will be back in action June 4 for sectional.

Trinity places second in home meet

Trinity Lutheran shot a 192 to finish second place in a match against Greenwood Christian Academy and Medora.

Jacob Sabotin led the way for the Cougars, finishing in second place individually with a 39. Kade Hill shot a 48, Preston Kovener shot a 51 and Caleb Williams shot a 56.

Trinity will play at Jennings County today at 4:30 p.m.



Trinity falls to Austin

Trinity Lutheran baseball had a late rally at Austin on Saturday but couldn’t quite take the lead, dropping the game 6-4.

Jack Marksberry had 2 hits and 2 runs, and Tyler Goecker, Jake Mau and Lawson Woods each had one hit. Woods and Peyton Pollert each had 1 run.

Goecker pitched three innings and gave up no hits or runs and struck out six. Woods allowed all six runs for Austin, and Pollert pitched one inning and struck out two batters.

Trinity (12-11) will begin sectional play today against Oldenburg Academy at the Jac-Cen-Del Sectional, starting at 5:30 p.m.

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