Local sports roundup


Tigers, Braves play at Westwood

The Brownstown boys golf team tied its season low for nine holes with a team score of 173 on Monday night at Westwood Golf Course against Austin, Scottsburg, Crothersville and Clarksville.

The Braves were second behind Austin, who shot a 154.

Chandler Stahl tied his season best with a 39, and so did Elix Preston with a 44. Matthew Reedy and Caiden Gwin both shot 45, Jaren Cunningham shot a 46 and Smith Hackman had a 49.

Monday was the season debut for the Crothersville golfers as well.

Matthew Clouse shot a 69 and Andrew Stainbrook shot a 71.

The Braves will be at the BNL Invitational on Saturday at Otis Park while the Tigers will be at Champions Pointe on Wednesday against Henryville and Eastern (Pekin).

Cougars shoot best round

The Trinity boys golf team had a good day on Monday at Hidden Creek in Sellersburg against Christian Academy and North Harrison.

The Cougars had a team score of 173, which is the lowest team round in the last three years.

Jacob Sabotin led the way with a 36, Kade Hill shot a 43, Preston Kovener shot a 45 and Caleb Williams shot a 48.

The Cougars, along with Medora, will be at Edinburgh today at 4:45 p.m.


Seymour beats Charlestown

The Seymour softball went on the road and beat Charlestown 13-5 on Monday night.

Kendrick Sterling had a big day for the Owls, recording four hits and four RBI. Lexi Rieckers had two hits and three RBI, Abby Followell had two hits and two RBI, and Kendall Allman, Sydney Stewart and Shealynn Williams all had one RBI.

Kynadee Warner had four hits and scored twice and Kaylee Waskom had two hits and three runs.

Phoebe Underwood was in the circle for the Owls and picked up the win.

Seymour is now 9-6 this season and will be back at home tonight against Floyd Central. The Owls are 3-0 in the Hoosier Hills Conference while the Highlanders are 3-1.


Seymour drops match to North

The Seymour tennis team played on the road against No. 2-ranked Columbus North, and the Bull Dogs proved why they have that ranking, defeating Seymour 5-0.

All matches were 6-0, 6-0 in favor of Columbus North except in No. 2 doubles, where Jessica Hougland and Addison Hunsley were able to take three games in the first set.

Brooke Schafstall played at one singles for the Owls, Madalyn Baurle was at two, Elise Hartung at three, and Ashley Clemente and Caroline Thompson played at one doubles.

Seymour’s JV team had an impressive 6-3 win over North.

Seymour is back at home today against Brown County at 5 p.m.


Tigers fall at Jac-Cen-Del

The Crothersville baseball team suffered a 10-0 loss on the road at Jac-Cen-Del on Monday night.

Devin Morgan had the lone hit for the Tigers in the game, and he also got on base another time with a walk. Ian Tatlock also got on base with a walk.

Morgan pitched three innings and had four strikeouts and Logen O’Sullivan pitched two innings and had three strikeouts.

Crothersville (0-10) will host New Washington on Wednesday night at 5 p.m.