Local sports roundup



Braves roll against Paoli

The Brownstown Central baseball team exploded for 17 runs on Saturday morning in a 17-3 win over Paoli.

Getting hits for Brownstown were Jake Pauley with three and Carson Darlage, Dalton Reedy, Grant Killey, Ethan Fultz, Chick Tiemeyer, Ethan Davis, Cristos McCormick, Levi Stahl, Wyatt Steward and Ethan Garland all with one apiece.

Pauley and Fultz both had three RBI, Stahl and Garland each had two and Reedy, Tiemeyer, Davis, Trent Lowery and Steward each had one RBI.

Killey got the start on the mound and pitched the first three innings, and Deven Cummings came in and pitched the final inning.

Brownstown is now 5-4 this season and will play at home tonight against Salem at 5:30 p.m.

Seymour gets back on track

The Seymour baseball team got back in the win column on Friday night as the Owls beat Austin 8-3 on the road.

Gavin Leavy pitched four innings and only allowed one hit while striking out 11 batters. Braden Richey and Charlie Longmeier finished out the game on the mound, combining for four more strikeouts between the two.

Seymour put up all eight runs before Austin got three back in the bottom of the sixth.

Aiden Darlage led the team with three hits, Treyton McCormick and Bret Perry each had two hits and Longmeier and Vince Wilson both had one hit.

Darlage had four RBI, Perry had two and Longmeier and Jack VonDielingen each had one.

With the win, Seymour improved to 6-3 on the season and will play at Bedford North Lawrence tonight at 6 p.m.

Crothersville plays doubleheader

The Crothersville baseball team played a doubleheader against Indianapolis School for the Deaf on the road on Saturday afternoon.

The Tigers were short-handed but still put up their best offensive output of the season. In the first game, Crothersville put up eight runs in a 15-8 loss.

Logen O’Sullivan, Dirk Crater, Caden Lewis and Blake Robinson all had one hit, and O’Sullivan, Lewis and Lucas Hilton each had one RBI.

The Tigers lost 18-7 in the second game, where Crater had two hits and Hilton and Lewis each had one. Lewis had the lone RBI on the day.

Crothersville will host South Central tonight at 5:30 p.m.


Seymour goes 1-2 at North Invite

The Seymour softball team played three games on Saturday at Columbus North, and the Owls went 1-2 on the day.

The Owls have a big week this week, starting with a cross-county matchup at Brownstown Central tonight at 5 p.m.

Then they play home against New Albany on Tuesday, at Columbus East on Thursday, home against Silver Creek on Friday and then another invite on Saturday that will feature multiple games.

Trinity suffers first loss

The Trinity Lutheran softball team had its first loss of the season on Saturday morning as the Cougars lost to Living Water Homeschool 9-3.

Madison Keith and Grace Lance led the Cougars with two hits on the day, and Ally Russell, Olivia Cain and Morgan Brewer all had one hit.

Keith had two RBI, while Samantha Enzinger had the other RBI. Lance pitched on the mound and had two strikeouts.

The Cougars are now 5-1 this season and will play today at home against Oldenburg Academy at 5:30 p.m.


Trinity falls at Jennings County

The Trinity Lutheran tennis team played at Jennings County on Saturday morning, and the Cougars suffered a 5-0 loss.

Reagan Brown beat Sarah Lemming 6-1, 6-1 at one singles, Tatum Brown beat Drew Hubbard 6-0, 6-1 at two singles and Mia Silvey beat Gabby Bleier 6-4, 6-1 at three singles.

At one doubles, Ella Christopher and Kiley Zabel lost 7-6 (7-4), 2-6, and at two doubles, Natalee Martinez and Carson Bowling lost 3-6, 1-6.

The Cougars will look to bounce back today when they play Oldenburg Academy at home at 5:30 p.m.


Seymour competes at Center Grove

The Seymour golf team played at Center Grove on Saturday in an invitational that featured 18 teams.

The Owls tied for 13th, while Center Grove won with a team score of 312. Seymour shot a 351, which is the Owls’ best score of the young season.

Oliver Kardos shot an 85, Manny Fontanez and Ty Stuckwisch both shot an 87, Andon Self shot a 92 and Noah Surface shot a 94.

The Owls will be off this week before hosting Brownstown Central on Friday at Shadowood Golf Course at 5 p.m.

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