Local sports roundup


Tigers compete in meet

The Crothersville track and field team competed in the 2022 Hoosier South Relays on Saturday at New Albany High School.

Kaylyn Holman placed fifth overall in the 1600-meter run, finishing with a time of 5:58.38. Ella Plasse also ran the mile, and she placed 15th overall with a time of 6:22.45.

Kennadi Lakins also scored a fifth-place finish, which came in the long jump. Lakins had a jump of 14’0.50”. Lakins also competed in the high jump, where she tied for second overall with a jump of 4’8”. Lakins tied for second with four other girls.

Kiarra Lakins finished 15th in the 110 hurdles with a time of 22.71.

Pearl Shirley and Carlee Walker both ran the 100-meter dash. Shirley ran a 15.42, while Walker ran a 16.09.

The Crothersville girls finished 13th place in the 4×200-meter relay with a time of 2:15.42.

Kaylee Caudill and Karley Gillis both competed in the discus for the Tigers. Caudill placed ninth with a throw of 60’1” and Gillis finished 12th place overall with a throw of 47’10”.

The Tigers will next compete on April 4 when they host Trinity Lutheran and Hauser for a meet at 5:30 p.m.

Providence, North Daviess win Seymour Semistate

Seymour High School hosted the Class A and 2A semistate games this past Saturday in the Lloyd E. Scott Gymnasium.

In the Class A game, North Daviess defeated Jac-Cen-Del 60-47 to advance to the state finals this Saturday.

The Cougars are now 26-3 on the season and will meet Lafayette Central Catholic (20-9) on Saturday in Gainbridge Fieldhouse at 10:30 a.m.

In the 2A game, it was Providence that was able to come out on top over Eastern Hancock 41-33. The win will give Providence its first state finals appearance in school history.

The Pioneers are now 20-9 on the season and will take on Central Noble (28-2) on Saturday in Gainbridge Fieldhouse at 12:45 p.m.

The other two state finals games are Beech Grove against Mishawaka Marian at 6 p.m. and Indianapolis Cathedral against Chesterton at approximately 8:15 p.m.

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