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Track and field

Brownstown tops Brown County

The Brownstown Central girls and boys track and field teams both picked up wins over Brown County on Tuesday night.

The boys won 70-58 and the girls won 70-59.

For the boys, Dustyn Kocsis won both the shot put and discus with throws of 46-0 and 134-0, respectively. Brayden Millick was second in discus with a throw of 125-4.

Caleb Cummings was first in high jump with a 5-2, and CJ Branaman was third at 5-0. Landon Wilkins won pole vault (9-0) and Brady Blann was second (7-6).

In the running events, Aiden Wayt won the 110 hurdles (19.8), Cummings won the 100 (11.5), Garrett Driver won the 400 (52.8), Gregory Hutcheson won the 300 hurdles (45.0), Cummings won the 200 (24.26) and Chance Ratliff won the 3200 (11:21).

The 4×100 team of Cummings, Lane Zike, Blann and Hutcheson also took home first place in 47.2.

For the girls, Addie Shelton won both the shot put and discus with throws of 29-6.5 and 83-6, respectively. Brownstown swept the discus with Taylor Loudermilk (88-3) and Zori Otting (84-0) placing second and third. Loudermilk was also third in shot put.

Jazz Yeadon won the long jump at 14-11, and Noe McPherson was third at 13-3. Maddy Schepman was third in high jump (4-2), and Kate McCormick won pole vault (7-0).

In the running events, Camryn Thompson won the 100 hurdles (17.6), Yeadon won the 400 (1:15.4), Schepman won the 200 (29.2) and Paige McKain won the 3200 (13:08).

The 4×100 relay team of Yeadon, Schepman, McPherson and Thompson also took home first place with a time of 55.6.

The Braves will be in action again tonight at the Salem Invite, starting at 5:30 p.m.


Braves win shootout at Salem

The Brownstown softball team went to Salem Tuesday night and came home with a 11-7 victory.

The Braves had 19 hits on the night, led by Zoe Stuckwisch, who had four. Rylee May and Brooke Meahl each had three, Kyndle Huddleston, Sophie Wayt and Emily Singleton each had two, and Kelsey Schneider, Erin Singleton and Emily Dillman each had one hit.

May had three RBI, including a homerun, which is her fourth of the season. Stuckwisch, Wayt and Dillman each had two RBI, and Schneider and Emily Singleton each had one RBI.

Rylin Huddleston pitched 5.2 innings, striking out eight batters, and Schneider closed it out in the final 1.1 innings and had one strikeout.

With the win, the Braves improved to 10-5 on the season and will host Corydon Central tonight at 6 p.m.


Tigers drop game to New Washington

The Crothersville baseball team suffered a 20-7 loss at home on Wednesday night to New Washington.

Lucas Hilton, Matt Clouse, Ian Tatlock and Corey Reynolds all had hits for the Tigers on the day with Reynolds having two. Tatlock and Clouse each had one RBI, and Reynolds led the team with three RBI.

Hilton scored a run, and Tatlock, Caden Lewis and Devin Morgan each scored two runs.

The Tigers will be back in action on Saturday at Dugger Union at 1 p.m.

Trinity falls to Scottsburg

The Trinity baseball team suffered a 9-3 loss to Scottsburg on Tuesday night.

The Cougars will look to bounce back today when they play at Jac-Cen-Del at 5:30 p.m.

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