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Braves’ sectional postponed

The Brownstown Central baseball team had its sectional game against Silver Creek postponed on Wednesday night at Madison.

Brownstown was trailing 3-0 in the top of the third inning before a lightning delay, and then more rain hit the area and the decision was made to postpone.

The game is scheduled to resume later tonight back at Madison at 5:30 p.m.


Owls fall in sectional

The Seymour softball team had its season come to a close on Tuesday night after the Owls fell to Floyd Central 15-0 on the Highlanders’ diamond.

Floyd Central did most of its damage in the third inning, sending 13 batters to the plate to score nine runs as Seymour also committed four errors. The Highlanders added one in the fourth and five in the fifth to secure the win.

Floyd Central had 15 hits in the game to Seymour’s two, and the Highlanders advanced to play Bedford North Lawrence in the sectional semifinal on Wednesday night. The other semifinal matchup was Jennings County against New Albany, which defeated Jeffersonville 6-1 in nine innings on Tuesday.

The Owls finished the season 14-10. Tuesday also marked the end of the careers for the Owls’ five seniors: Camryn Sterling, Kendrick Sterling, Sydney Stewart, Jayla Gambrel and Kaylee Waskom.


Cougars shoot 189

The Trinity Lutheran boys golf team played at Smock Golf Course in Greenwood on Tuesday night against Greenwood Christian Academy and International High School.

Greenwood won with a team score of 162, Trinity shot a 189 and International shot a 220.

Jacob Sabotin placed second overall individually, one stroke behind the medalist as Sabotin shot a 41.

Kade Hill shot a 44, Preston Kovener shot a 47 and Caleb Williams shot a 57.

This was Trinity’s final match of the regular season before the sectional in June.

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