Local sports roundup



Braves shoot best score of season

The Brownstown Central boys golf team competed in the Mid-Southern Conference tournament at Wooded View in Clarksville on Saturday, and the Braves shot their best 18-hole team score of the season with a 335.

That score gave the Braves fourth place in the MSC. Silver Creek and Austin tied with 307, but Silver Creek’s fifth player had the better score, so the Dragons won the tournament.

For Brownstown, Chandler Stahl and Matthew Reedy each shot an 81, Elix Preston had an 86, Caiden Gwin 87 and Jaren Cunningham 93. Stahl, Gwin, Reedy and Cunningham all had personal bests for 18 holes.

Stahl and Reedy were selected as all-conference honorable mention.

The Braves are back in action today, hosting Salem and Borden at Hickory Hills Golf Club at 4:30 p.m.


Cougars win two

The Trinity Lutheran baseball team played a doubleheader at New Washington on Saturday, and the Cougars won both games.

In the first game, Trinity won 9-5. Andrew Bell and Evan Hunt each had two hits, while Nathan Voelker, Levi Pottschmidt, Sage Broughton, Luke Coomler, Kowan Gross, Peyton Pollert and Nathan Finke each had one hit. Bell, Pollert and Gross each had two RBI.

Gross pitched all seven innings and had three strikeouts.

In the second game, Trinity won 13-8. Voelker had two hits, while Pottschmidt, Broughton, Bell, Coomler and Cole Brewer all had one hit. Pottschmidt and Brewer each had two RBI, and Darren Maxie, Pollert and Broughton each had one RBI.

Pollert went the distance on the mound in this one, striking out six batters.

The Cougars will look to keep it rolling today at home against Southwestern Shelby.

Tigers drop two

The Crothersville baseball team hosted Cannelton on Saturday for a doubleheader and dropped both games.

Cannelton won the first game 15-0 as the Tigers didn’t get a hit, but Lucas Hilton walked to get on base. Matt Clouse pitched 4.1 innings and struck out four batters.

In the second game, Crothersville was down 13-2 before the game was suspended in the top of the fourth inning due to lightning.

Hilton had two hits, while Clouse and Corey Reynolds each had one hit, and Reynolds had an RBI. Hilton and Blake Robinson scored one run each.

Hilton pitched 2.2 innings and had six strikeouts.

The Tigers will be back home today against Lanesville.


Seymour splits day

The Seymour softball team competed in the Cougar Classic in Greenfield on Saturday and went 1-1 in its two games played.

The Owls defeated Frankton 6-5 and lost to Greenfield 10-4.

In the game against Frankton, Camryn Sterling led the team with two hits, while Kynadee Warner, Abby Followell and Sydney Stewart all had one hit. Sterling had three RBI, and Followell and Stewart had one apiece.

Kendrick Sterling pitched all seven innings in the circle for the Owls and had four strikeouts.

In the game against Greenfield, Jayla Gambrel had two hits, while Camryn Sterling, Kaylee Waskom, Addyson Coomer, Alexa Dannettelle and Alexia Rieckers all had one hit.

Coomer had three RBI, and Sterling had the other one.

The Owls will be off until Thursday when they play at Franklin.

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