Local sports roundup

The Brownstown girls basketball team got a solid road win on Thursday night as the Braves went to Greensburg and came away with a 55-51 victory.

Brownstown was trailing by eight at halftime, but the Braves used the third quarter (12-6) and the fourth quarter (22-16) to comeback and win the game.

Maddy Hackman led the Braves in scoring with 17 points, Hannah Stahl scored 14, Kalee Borden had eight, Jenna Klosterman seven, Andrea Bair five and Emma Klinge and Addie Shelton each had two.

The win got the Braves back to .500 on the season at 10-10.

Brownstown will go back on the road on Saturday when the Braves play at Jennings County at 1:30 p.m. Junior varsity will tipoff before that at noon.

Tigers drop game at Columbus Christian

The Crothersville girls basketball team went on the road on Thursday night and suffered a 56-38 loss to Columbus Christian.

The Tigers got off to a really good start, leading 18-9 after the first quarter. They continued that momentum into halftime, leading 27-22.

The third quarter was where the game turned around. The Tigers could only muster five points and trailed 37-32 heading into the fourth.

Columbus Christian put the game away, winning the final frame 19-6.

Ella Plasse led the way in scoring for the Tigers with 14 points, and Zoe Spangler wasn’t far behind with 13 points.

Kendall Berry scored nine and Morgan Womack scored two to round out the scoring.

Crothersville, now 2-10 on the season, will play at home tonight against Hauser at 6 p.m.

Wrestling

Seymour gets win at Scottsburg

The Seymour wrestling team got a nice win on the road Thursday night against Scottsburg as the Owls defeated the Warriors 49-30.

Rolando Baltazar won by decision over Trey Smith 5-4 in the 126 weight class, Sam Chandler pinned Connor McDill at 138, Dunigan Huddleston pinned Cole Salkheld at 145, Brandon Mora pinned Skyler Hamilton at 170 and Waylon White won by major decision over Brice Mack 14-3 at 220.

David Vogel, Ricky Bogard, Ed Ramirez and Hunter Wick all won via forfeit for the Owls.

Scottsburg’s points came from Kellen Carter pinning Chase Rogers at 132, Carl Petty pinned Kylan Ellerbe at 152, Avery Lytle pinned Mason Nugent at 160 and Bryson Matt pinned Ryan Pike at 195. Ben Craig won via forfeit for the Warriors.

The Owls will look to take this momentum into the Hoosier Hills Conference meet this Saturday at Bedford North Lawrence, starting at 9 a.m.