Local sports roundup

The Brownstown Central boys basketball team improved to 4-0 on Saturday night after defeating Madison 60-54.

Carter Waskom led the Braves in scoring with 28 points, while Jack Benter added a nice 23.

Parker Hehman and Levi Stahl each had four points and Adam Stahl one point to round out the Braves’ scoring.

Brownstown is now 4-0 this season and 2-0 in the Mid-Southern Conference. They will have most of this week off before returning to action this Friday when they host North Harrison at 7 p.m.

Trinity defeats West Washington

The Trinity boys basketball team got back on track on Saturday by going on the road and defeating West Washington 47-33.

The Cougars, now 2-2 this season, will be competing in the Highlands Latin (Ky.) Tournament this upcoming weekend on Friday and Saturday.

Girls basketball

Brownstown beats Austin on road

The Brownstown Central girls basketball team went on the road Saturday afternoon and got a win over Austin 44-28.

Kalee Borden had a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds. Maddy Hackman contributed 12 points, Emma Klinge had 6, Mallory Klosterman 4, Jenna Klosterman 3, Hannah Stahl 2, Addie Shelton 2 and Andrea Bair 2 to go along with 12 rebounds of her own.

Head coach Brandon Allman said on the radio after the game that his team came out with a lot more energy.

The Braves, now 4-7 on the season, will return home on Saturday against Silver Creek at 1:30 p.m.


Seymour competes in Roncalli duels

The Seymour wrestling team took on three opponents on Saturday the Roncalli duels.

The Owls fell short to Roncalli 78-6, New Palestine 57-18 and Noblesville 51-24.

Head coach Dan Rasey said Seymour wrestled better as the day went on. In head-to-head matches with Noblesville, the Owls only lost 27-24. The rest of the points from Noblesville came via forfeits.

Seymour will return to action Thursday when the Owls compete at Bedford North Lawrence at 6 p.m.

“We are looking forward to being back to full strength over the holiday break,” Rasey said. “The kids are learning a lot, though results may not show it. We have a lot of first-year varsity wrestlers that are young and being put into tough situations, but this is going to make us very tough in the next couple years.”