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Owls win on road

Seymour sent nine batters to the plate in the first and seventh innings, scoring five runs in each of those innings, and rolled over Scottsburg 12-2 on the Warriors’ diamond.

The Owls outhit the Warriors 11-5. Scottsburg committed five errors.

Treyton McCormick and Bret Perry had doubles to drive in runs in the first inning.

The Warriors scored one run in the bottom of the first and the Owls scored in the top of the second when Aiden Darlage hit a sacrifice fly.

Darlage pitched the first five innings to pick up the win. He allowed five hits, one run, struck out five and walked two. Braden Richey pitched the last two innings and allowed two hits, one run, he had two strike outs and walked two.

The Owls (13-7) will host New Albany at 6 p.m. today in the second round of the Hoosier Hills conference Tournament.

Brownstown beats Mitchell

The Brownstown baseball team was in a shootout with Mitchell on Tuesday, but the Braves were able to pull out the victory 14-11.

Ethan Davis had three hits and five RBI to lead the Braves on the night. Jake Pauley and Levi Stahl each had two RBI, and Trent Lowery, Grant Killey and Ethan Fultz each had one RBI.

Carson Darlage pitched six innings and struck out eight batters, and Ethan Garland and Lowery each pitched a little over an inning each and both had two strikeouts.

The Braves are now 12-8 on the season and will be home against Charlestown on Thursday.

Cougars blanked by Salem

Salem scored three runs in the fourth inning and four in the fifth and rolled over Trinity Lutheran 9-0 on Alf Snyder Field.

Kowan Gross allowed the Lions one run in the first then blanked Salem in the second and third innings.

Trinity will host Greenwood Christian on Thursday.

Tigers fall to Edinburgh

The Crothersville baseball team suffered a 20-3 loss at home to Edinburgh on Tuesday night.

The Tigers scored three runs in the bottom of the second, thanks to two-run double from Logen O’Sullivan. Lucas Hilton got a hit for Crothersville, and Matthew

Clouse, Corey Kelshaw and O’Sullivan all scored a run.

The Tigers will be back in action on Thursday at home against Rock Creek Academy.


Cougars blanked by Hauser

The Trinity softball team lost 10-0 to Hauser on Tuesday night on the road.

The Cougars could only amount two hits in the game, and they both came from Bailey Tabeling. Grace Lance was on the mound for Trinity and had one strikeout.

Trinity is now 10-7 on the season and will play a doubleheader at Brownstown on Saturday.

Stars top Owls

Seymour had a chance to win a share of the Hoosier Hills Conference on Tuesday night, but Bedford North Lawrence blanked the Owls 7-0 on the Stars’ field.

The Owls managed two hits, by Kynadee Warner and Abby Followell. The Owls struck out nine times and received only one walk.

This was the second HHC loss for the Owls. Seymour will host Edinburgh Thursday and play in the Greenfield Central Classic on Saturday.


Braves fall to Eastern

The Brownstown tennis team suffered a 5-0 loss to Eastern on Tuesday night at home.

Brynn Burton lost 0-6, 0-6 at one singles, Leah Pottschmidt lost 1-6, 0-6 at two singles and Avery Harrison lost 0-6, 0-6 at three singles.

Hannah Hackman and Chelsea Luedeman lost 2-6, 1-6 at one doubles, and Bella Brown and Kaitlyn Williams lost 1-6, 1-6 at two doubles.

The Braves will look to bounce back later today at North Harrison.

Trinity loses tight match to Salem

The Trinity tennis team had a close loss to Salem on Tuesday at home, dropping the match 3-2 to the Lions.

The Cougars’ two points came from Sarah Lemming at one singles 6-1, 6-0, and the one doubles team of Kiley Zabel and Carson Bowling won 6-2, 6-2.

Natalee Martinez and Layla Jones lost 2-6, 1-6 at two doubles, Gabby Bleier lost 4-6, 2-6 at three singles and Drew Hubbard had a tough 3-6, 6-3, 3-6 loss at two singles.

Trinity will be back in action on Thursday at home against New Washington.


Owls place second

Floyd Central shot 161, Seymour 169 and Jennings County 188 in a match between three Hoosier Hills Conference teams.

Oliver Kardos and Manny Fontanez led the Owls with 40s, Andon Self had 43, Ty Stuckwisch 46, Trevor Alberring 48 and Noah Surface 52.

The Owls will be off until next Tuesday when they host Columbus North.

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