Local sports roundup




Brownstown wins Brown County Invite

The Brownstown boys tennis team showed out at the Brown County Invite on Saturday and won the whole thing.

In one singles, Ethan Davis beat Brown County’s Josh Miller 6-0, 6-3, then defeated Greencastle’s Holton Miller in the championship 8-1.

In two singles, Pierson Wheeler beat Southwestern Shelby’s Hunter Pappano 6-2, 6-2, then defeated Greencastle’s Eli Hardwick 8-0 in the championship.

Smith Hackman defeated Greencastle’s Jay Glotzback in three singles, then beat Shelby’s Grant Emmerick 8-4 in the championship.

At one doubles, Bryce Reaser and Ethan Garland beat Brown County’s Austin Deckard and Trevor Shields 6-0, 6-1, then went to the championship match to defeat Shelby’s Carter Snepp/Caleb Pappano 8-4.

Completing the Sweep for the Braves were the two doubles team of Lane Stewart and Grant Elliott, who advanced to the title match via forfeit, then defeated Greencastle’s Andrew Adams/Ben Staggers 8-1.

Later today, Brownstown will be continuing its match against Scottsburg that was postponed last Thursday due to lightning. Brownstown is down 2-1 but are up a set in two and three singles.

Boys soccer

Seymour defeats Whiteland

The Seymour boys soccer team found itself down one goal twice on Saturday at Whiteland and overcame it both times to come out with a 3-2 victory.

Whiteland scored from a penalty kick with 26:15 left in the first half, and three minutes later, the Owls got a PK of their own. Donovyn Thomas put it away to even the game.

Whiteland scored with 32:07 left in the second half, and Seymour once again responded quickly. Thomas got his second goal with 29:47 left to tie the game again.

In dramatic fashion, Seymour took the lead with four minutes to go in the game when Tsubasa Kato found Mauricio Aragon for the game-winning goal.

Seymour had 11 shots in the game (Thomas 4, Aragon 2, Sam Chandler 2, Oliver Kardos 2, Luke Reasoner) compared to Whiteland’s 5. Keeper Will Smith had 1 save on the day.

The Owls’ JV team won 5-0 earlier in the day.

Seymour, now 2-1-1, will play again at home on Tuesday against Jeffersonville starting at 5:30 p.m.

Trinity falls to Oldenburg Academy

The Trinity boys soccer team lost to Oldenburg Academy on the road on Saturday 5-1.

Scoring the goal for the Cougars was senior Kade Hill on an assist from junior Andrew Bell.

Trinity will be back in action against Christian Academy at home on Tuesday at 6 p.m.


Seymour competes at Franklin Invite

The Seymour girls cross-country team took a third place finish out of 18 teams with a team score of 122 on Saturday at the Franklin Invite.

Bloomington South won the Invite with a 46 and Franklin was second with a 69.

Leading the way for the Owls was Vivienne Siefker, who placed second overall with a time of 19:55.

Samantha Jacobi was 11th (20:57), Hayley Harpe was 23rd (21:41), Kinsley Folsom was 24th (21:43), Audrey Newkirk 73rd (24:09), Emilee East 107th (25:49), and Grace Lewis 108th (25:52).

The Seymour boys team finished 8th place overall out of 18 teams with a team score of 201. Bloomington South won it overall with a score of 41.

The highest finished for the Owls was Jude Bane, finishing 7th with a time of 17:06.

Michael Proffer was 15th (17:23), Ty Tormoehlen was 42nd (18:24), Carter Murphy 67th (19:11), Sam Rockey 76th (19:23), Wes Proffer 94th (19:47) and Will Proffer 110th (20:07).

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