Local sports roundup



Clouse improves for Crothersville

Crothersville senior Matthew Clouse went out and shot a 67 at Butler Falls Golf Course on Wednesday. He competed against players from Clarksville, Southwestern (Hanover) and Eastern (Pekin).

Clouse and Andrew Stainbrook are the two Tiger golfers this year, but Stainbrook didn’t compete Wednesday due a previously scheduled appointment.

The duo will be back in action on May 18 against Borden and Henryville.

Track and field

Seymour places 5th at HHC

The Seymour girls track and field team placed fifth overall at the Hoosier Hills Conference meet at Jeffersonville on Tuesday night. The Owls tied with Bedford with 51.33 team points. New Albany won the meet with 152.33 points.

Top five finishers for Seymour included Brooke Trinkle in the 1600, placing third with a time of 5:32.01. Hayley Harpe was second in the 400 with a time of 1:00.86, Samantha Jacobi was third in the 800 in 2:31.10, Vivienne Siefker was second in the 3200 in 12:09.10 and Kinsley Folsom was fourth in the two mile in 12.26.60.

Seymour’s 4×800 team placed second overall with a time of 10:31.64.

The Owls will be off until Tuesday when they host the girls sectional at Bulleit Stadium.


Dragons outduel Braves

Silver Creek and Brownstown were in a grind-it-out softball game on Tuesday as the Braves visited the Dragons.

Silver Creek put up two runs in the bottom of the third inning, and the Braves got one back in the top of the sixth, but their comeback fell just short as Silver Creek won 2-1.

Erin Singleton, Emily Dillman and Kyndle Huddleston each got one hit on the day, and Singleton scored the lone run in the game.

Kelsey Schneider pitched all six innings, striking out five batters and allowing five hits.

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

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