Local sports roundup


By Dylan Wallace



Brownstown defeats Edinburgh

The Braves won 4-1 against Edinburgh at home on Tuesday evening.

Ethan Davis defeated Max Blanford 6-1, 6-0 at one singles, Pierson Wheeler won 6-0, 6-0 at two singles, but Grant Elliott came up short at three singles against Austin Brackman 2-6, 6-1, 10-6 tiebreaker.

Bryce Reaser and Ethan Garland defeated Ian Buchanan and Milas Burkman 6-0, 6-1 at one doubles, and the Braves got an automatic point at two doubles since Edinburgh didn’t have enough players.

Brownstown, now 3-2 on the season, will at Scottsburg on Thursday at 5 p.m.


Trinity sweeps Waldron

Trinity Lutheran defeated Waldron 25-17, 25-21, 25-20 on the road on Tuesday night.

Ruthie Bingham led the way with 13 kills, while Bailey Tabeling had 12 and Carson Bowling had 7. With serving, Stella Kleffman had 3 aces and Kamzi Gross had 2. Gross and Kleffman also led the way with digs with 19 and 15, respectively. Addison Darlage added 13 digs as well, and Darlage led the team with 31 assists.

Trinity (2-1) will play at home on Thursday against Franklin at 6 p.m..

Seymour drops first match of season

The Owls dropped their first match of the season on Tuesday evening, losing in four sets at Columbus East.

East won the first set 25-15, and Seymour came back to win the second set 26-16 and make it one set apiece.

But East took the third set 25-19 to gain the advantage, and then put the match away by winning the fourth set 25-21.

As a team, Seymour hit 78 for 96 with 33 kills. Olivia Fish led the way with 18 kills, Paige Lawrence and Addi Lemon were both perfect on serves — Lawrence was 19-19 with 2 aces and Lemon was 21-21 with 1 ace — and Lemon led the team with 27 assists while Gracie Adams had 10 digs.

Seymour (3-1) will be back in action on Thursday at Bloomington North at 6 p.m.

Brownstown drops match to Providence

Brownstown got swept by Providence on Tuesday at home 25-15, 25-22, 25-22.

The Braves were 85 for 99 on hitting with 24 kills. Kalee Borden led the way with 6 kills, Kelsey Wischmeier had 5 and Nadia Lakins had 4.

Reagan Nuss (12-12 1 ace), Erin Singleton (10-10 1 ace), and Rylee May (9-9 1 ace) were all perfect on their serves.

Brownstown (1-2) will play again on Thursday at Floyd Central.


Seymour falls to Columbus North

The Seymour girls golf team lost to Columbus North at Shadowood on Tuesday 168-211.

Phoebe Skidmore led the way with a 49, Liza Stuckwisch shot a 51, Lainey Jackson shot a 52, Katie Cottrill 59 and Emily Windley 67.

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