Local sports roundup


Seymour splits games

On Friday night, the Seymour softball team suffered a 10-0 loss at Silver Creek.

The Owls had five hits — two from Kynadee Warner, one from Kaylee Waskom, one from Kendrick Sterling and one from Camryn Sterling.

But Seymour was able to bounce back from that loss on Saturday morning. The Owls defeated Decatur Central 4-1 at home.

Warner had another two-hit game, and Camryn Sterling, Kendall Allman and Addyson Coomer all had one hit. Allman had two RBI, while Waskom and Abby Followell each had one.

Phoebe Underwood pitched all seven innings for the Owls and kept Decatur Central at bay.

Seymour will play tonight at Charlestown at 5:30 p.m.

Braves rout Bulldogs

The Brownstown softball team went on the road Friday night and picked up a 12-4 win over Orleans.

Kelsey Schneider, Emily Singleton and Kinzee Dean all had three hits; Rylee May, Zoe Stuckwisch and Brooke Meahl each had two hits; and Brooklyn Watson had one.

May led the Braves with four RBI, Stuckwisch had three, Singleton had two, Dean had two and Watson had one.

May pitched the first four innings for the Braves, and Rylin Huddleston pitched the final three. May had five strikeouts, and Huddleston had four.

The Braves will play at home tonight against Henryville.

Cougars split games

The Trinity softball went 1-1 in its two games on Saturday.

The Cougars started with a 9-3 win over Austin. Kamzi Gross and Hannah Kerkhof both had three hits, Ally Russell and Morgan Brewer each had two hits and Grace Lance, Madison Keith and Olivia Cain each had one hit.

Gross led the team with four RBI while Keith and Cain each had one. Lance and Gross both spent time on the mound and combined for 11 strikeouts.

Later that day, Trinity suffered a 14-1 loss to Mitchell. The Cougars’ lone run came from a Cain RBI. Cain had two hits, while Lance, Russell, Kerkhof and Taylar Hobbs each had one.

Trinity is 6-3 this season and will play at Providence tonight at 5:30 p.m.


Seymour wins Shelbyville Invitational

The Seymour tennis team went undefeated on Saturday to win the Shelbyville Invitational.

The Owls beat Franklin County 5-0, Shelbyville 5-0 and Triton Central 5-0.

Brook Schafstall went 3-0 at three singles, Madalyn Baurle did the same at two singles and Elise Hartung swept her matches at three singles as well.

The one doubles team of Caroline Thompson and Ashley Clemente went 3-0, and so did the two doubles team of Jessica Hougland and Addison Hunsley.

The Owls’ JV players also all were victorious, compiling a total record of 23-0 on Saturday.

Seymour will be at Columbus North today at 4:45 p.m.

Trinity hangs tough at conference tourney

All Trinity Lutheran tennis players won at least one match on Saturday during the Cougars’ conference tournament.

Trinity suffered a 3-2 defeat to Shawe Memorial, and head coach Julie Lemming said it was an impressive performance from her team.

The Cougars will get another shot at Shawe tonight when they play on the road at 5:30 p.m.


Tigers lose two

The Crothersville baseball team lost two games on Friday and Saturday.

The Tigers got no-hit on Friday against South Central in a 22-0 loss. Lucas Hilton and Devin Morgan both got on base via walks.

On Saturday, Crothersville lost 15-1 to Shawe Memorial. Logen O’Sullivan and Matthew Clouse both got hits in the game, and Dirk Crater had the lone RBI. Hilton had six strikeouts on the mound for the Tigers, as well.

Crothersville, now 0-9 this season, will play tonight at Jac-Cen-Del at 5:30 p.m.


Track and field

Seymour takes second

The Seymour boys track and field team finished second overall in the Ted Fox 9/10 Invite at Bedford North Lawrence High School on Thursday night.

The freshmen and sophomores for the Owls scored 120 team points to finish behind Floyd Central, who won with 143.

Jaylan Johnson won the 400 with a PR time of 52.56, and he also placed first in long jump and fourth in the 100.

Collin Hankins and Jadrix Zumhingst went 2-3 in the pole vault, Owen Kruse was third in discus and fourth in shot put and Kylan Ellerbe won the 800 with a time of 2:11.79.

Nicky Wheeler won the 300 hurdles and placed second in the 110 hurdles.

The Owls won the 4×400 relay with Ellerbe, Kyle Hileman, Johnson and Wes Proffer, and they also won the 4×800 relay with Ellerbe, Wes Proffer, Will Proffer and Ty Tormoehlen.

Braves sweep competition

The Brownstown girls and boys track and field teams both defeated Corydon Central and Madison on Thursday night at home.

The girls won with 65 points and the boys 68 points.

Camryn Thompson won the 100 and 300 hurdles for the girls, and Gregory Hutcheson won the 300 hurdles for the boys. Bradley Edwards won the 800 for the boys.

Caleb Cummings was second in the 100, Jazz Yeadon was second in the 400 for the girls and Garrett Driver was second in that event for the boys. Yeadon won the long jump, as well.

Paige McKain was second in the 1600, and Chance and Shane Ratliff placed third and fourth in the mile, respectively. McKain won the 3200 and Chance was second in the two mile.

Addie Shelton won the shot put for the girls, while Dustyn Kocsis and Brayden Millick went 1-2 for the boys. Shelton and Taylor Loudermilk went 1-2 in the discus and Kocsis won that event.

The Braves will be in action again tomorrow at Brown County.