Local sports roundup



Owls beat Lanesville

The Seymour baseball team went on the road to Lanesville on Saturday and came home with a 13-3 victory.

Bret Perry was on the mound for the Owls and got the win, and he also played a big role offensively, getting three hits and three RBI.

Charlie Longmeier had three runs, two hits and two RBI, Aiden Darlage had two hits and two RBI and Vince Wilson had three runs to help lead Seymour.

The Owls are now 2-0 on the season and have outscored their opponents 30-3 so far. They will look to keep that going tonight when they play a cross-county matchup at Brownstown Central at 5:30 p.m.


Braves sweep competition

The Brownstown softball team played two games at Southwestern (Hanover) on Saturday afternoon against North Decatur and Southwestern.

The Braves won both games, defeating North Decatur 6-4 and Southwestern 12-0.

Against North Decatur, the Braves fell down 3-0 early but rallied back with three runs in the top of the seventh to take a 4-3 lead. North Decatur tied things up in the bottom of the seventh, and the game went to extra innings.

In the top of the ninth, Brownstown put up two runs to win the game.

Kelsey Schneider had four huge RBI for the Braves, while Sophie Wayt had the other two RBI.

Schneider had two hits, Rylee May had two hits, Wayt had two hits and Madison Brittain, Brooke Meahl, Kyndle Huddleston and Rylin Huddleston each had one hit.

May pitched the first four innings for the Braves and had one strikeout, and then Rylin Huddleston pitched the final five and struck out eight batters.

The game against Southwestern was less stressful for the Braves. Rylin Huddleston shut out Southwestern in five innings, only allowing three hits and striking out six batters.

May led the team with four RBI, including a home run. Rylin Huddleston had two RBI, Kyndle Huddleston had two, Zoe Stuckwisch had two, Erin Singleton one and Emily Dillman one.

May and Emily Singleton each had three hits, Dillman had two and Schneider, K. Huddleston, R. Huddleston, Meahl, Stuckwisch and Adelynn Anderson each had one hit.

The Braves are now 4-0 this season and will host Bedford North Lawrence tonight at 5:30 p.m.

Semi-pro basketball

Timberjacks split home games

The Medora Timberjacks went 1-1 over the weekend, playing both games at home at Medora High School.

The Timberjacks started out Friday night with a 116-107 win over the Lebanon Leprechauns.

Malik Cook-Stroupe led the team with 25 points on the night, followed by 22 from Lattrell Love and 20 from Dane Miller. Robert Brooks scored 19, Michael Lenoir 15, Marquell Carter 13 and Kevin Douglas two.

The next night, the Timberjacks found themselves down 31 points at halftime to the Owensboro T’breds. The game seemed like it was over, but that wasn’t the case.

Medora fought its way back and cut it to single digits, but some calls didn’t go their way down the stretch, and their miraculous comeback fell just short at 117-114.

Love had 27 points, Miller had 26 and Leonard Harper-Baker had 21. Lenoir scored 18, Brooks had nine, Cook-Stroupe seven, Douglas four and Dontavious Leak two.

The Timberjacks, now 3-6 this season, will go on the road on Tuesday to take on the Leprechauns in Lebanon.

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