Local sports roundup


Fresh off a double overtime victory against North Harrison on Friday night, the Brownstown boys basketball team quickly followed that up with another impressive performance against Mitchell at home on Saturday night.

The Braves came away with the victory 69-46.

Aidan Schroer had a scoring outburst to lead the Braves with 20 points on the night. Jack Benter added 18, Carter Waskom had 10, Levi Stahl 7, Parker Hehman 5, Adam Stahl 5, Trapper Dean 2 and Bryce Neal 2.

The Braves are now 6-0 on the season and will next compete in the Rock Creek Academy tournament, which begins on Dec. 28.

Cougars split the day

The Trinity boys basketball team got another win in the Highlands Latin Tournament in Kentucky.

On Saturday morning, Trinity defeated the host team Highlands Latin 54-45.

Jacob Sabotin led the Cougars with 13 points, and Jacob Conrad and Mitchell Hackman each had 12. Caleb Williams and Kowan Gross each had 7 points, and rounding out the scoring for Trinity was Evan Hunt with 3.

Trinity played again on Saturday night at 7:30 in hopes of sweeping the tournament.

But the Cougars came up short to Grace Baptist, losing 78-48.

Sabotin led the team again in scoring with 16 points, while Conrad, Williams and Hackman each had 9. Josh Conrad scored 4 and Gross had 1 to round out the scoring.

Trinity is now 4-3 on the season and will play at home on Thursday night against Hauser.

Tigers return to action

The Crothersville boys basketball team returned to action on Saturday night after missing some time from being quarantined.

The Tigers hosted New Washington and came up short, losing 75-53.

Adam Turner led the way in scoring for the Tigers with 14 points, while Damian Bowman and Zach Helt each scored 11.

Devin Morgan put in 7 points, Logen O’Sullivan had 5, Beau Napier 4 and Lucas Hilton 1 to round out the scoring.

Crothersville, now 1-4 this season, will be competing in the Henryville tournament on Thursday starting at 10 a.m.

Medora falls at Shoals

In the conclusion of Medora’s three game road stand in as many days, the Hornets dropped a game to Shoals on Saturday night, 60-29.

Shepard Earl led the team in scoring with 15 points, Eli Sturgill had 5, Jayden Brown 4, Braden Hedrick 3, and Braxton McCory 2.

Medora is now 1-4 on the season and will get a good break from games after this tough stretch, not playing again until Jan. 4 when they host Columbus Christian.


Seymour sweeps Jennings County

The Seymour swimming and diving team competed at Jennings County on Saturday, and the Owls came away with two wins.

The girls won 97-83 while the boys won 111-64.

Taking home first-place finishes for the girls was Samantha Jacobi in the 50 freestyle in 28.11, Grace Lewis in the 1-meter dive (157.15), Jacobi again in the 100 freestyle 1:01.66, and the 400 freestyle relay team of Katya Cox, Lillian Sunbury, Jacobi and Maren McClure in 4:06.96.

As for the boys, the 200 medley relay team of Paul Montgomery, Clayton Greenawalt, Pedro Cerino Rico and Will Cottrill won 1:52.08, the 200 free relay team of Cottrill, Caden Harriss, Grant Smith and Larry Simons in 1:43.05, and the 400 free relay team of Montgomery, Simons, Greenawalt and Cerino Rico won in 3:34.05.

Cerino Rico won the 200 IM (2:09.75), Montgomery won the 50 freestyle (23.44), Kaleb Brown won the 1-meter dive (153.05), Greenawalt won the 100 fly (1:00.47), Montgomery the 100 freestyle (53.40), and Cerino Rico the 100 backstroke (59.51).

The Owls will get a break from competition over the holidays before returning to action on Jan. 8 when they host Floyd Central.


Seymour competes at Bloomington South

Fresh off a victory over Bedford last Thursday, the Seymour wrestling team competed in the Bloomington South Invite on Saturday.

In the first matchup, Seymour lost to Bloomington South 72-0.

In the Owls’ second matchup of the day, they suffered a loss to Brownsburg 69-12.

Scoring points for Seymour against Brownsburg was Ryan Pike pinning Parker Lambert in the 195 weight class, and Dane Botkin won via forfeit.

In the third and final match on Saturday, Seymour lost to Fishers 69-6. Luis Nicolas won via forfeit for the Owls in the 138 weight class.

The Owls will next be competing in the Holiday Classic in Mooresville on Dec. 28-29.

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