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Brownstown tops Corydon

The Brownstown baseball team went on the road to Corydon on Thursday and the Braves came away with a 5-2 victory. The Braves put up three runs in the first inning and added one run in both the fifth and seventh innings.

Carson Darlage led the team with two hits while Ethan Davis, Ethan Garland and Jake Pauley all had one hit. Ethan Fultz, Grant Killey and Trent Lowery all had one RBI for the Braves as well.

Corydon out-hit Brownstown 6-5, but the Braves defense was stellar behind Davis on the mound, who pitched five innings and struck out six batters. Lowery pitched the final two innings and had five strikeouts.

The Braves are now 10-7 on the season and will play at Henryville on Saturday at 11 a.m.

Owls fall to Highlanders

The Seymour baseball team suffered a 10-0 loss in five innings to Floyd Central on the road on Thursday night.

The Highlanders had 11 hits for the game and scored five runs in the first, three in the fourth and two in the fifth.

Seymour could only muster up three hits on the night.

The Owls fall to 11-7 on the season and will play at home against Bedford North Lawrence on Monday.


Braves shoot 176 at Cascades

The Brownstown boys golf team played at Cascades Golf Course on Thursday against Bedford North Lawrence and Edgewood.

BNL won with a team score of 155, Brownstown shot a 176 and Edgewood shot a 183.

Chandler Stahl led the way for the Braves with a 43, Matthew Reedy and Smith Hackman both shot a 44, Caiden Gwin and Jaren Cunningham each shot a 45 and Elix Preston shot a 48.

The Braves will be back in action on Monday at home against Trinity Lutheran.

Track and field

Braves results incoming

The Brownstown track and field team competed in the Big Blue Relays at Jennings County High School on Thursday night.

Full results were not available at press time, but will be featured in Saturday’s Tribune.

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