Local sports roundup

Golf

Braves play at Eastern

The Brownstown girls golf team took on a short-handed Eastern (Pekin) team on the road on Monday.

Pekin only had two available players as others were out with sickness.

Both Gracie Reynolds and Emma Hughbanks shot 48s for the Braves. Megan VonDielingen shot a 55 and Abby Schroer shot a 56 to round out Brownstown’s scoring. The team score of 207 is a season-low for Brownstown.

The Braves will be in action again today at Springs Valley at 4:30 p.m.

Owls fall to East

The Seymour girls golf team lost to Columbus East on Monday evening on the road. East shot a 195 while Seymour shot a 202.

Lainey Jackson and Liza Stuckwisch both shot 45s lead the Owls, followed by Katie Cottrill 51, Lily Combs-Smith 65, Emily Windley 61, Emmy Followell 69 and Maria Ruiz 72.

Katie Hong from East was the medalist with a 41.

Seymour will be hosting Bedford North Lawrence and Jennings County today at Shadowood at 4:30 p.m.

Girls soccer

Owls blank Lions

Brooke Trinkle scored three goals and had an assist, and Nicole Rebber scored two goals and had two assists to spark the Seymour girls soccer team to an 8-0 win at Salem Monday night.

Rachel Lenart also scored two goals and Kate Connell had one goal. Sam Cardenas and Rochiely Gibson-Zarate each had one assist.

Seymour starting goalie Jessica Hougland didn’t have any saves but recorded the shutout, and Elizabeth Trueblood had one save.

The Owls, 1-1, will travel to Columbus North Thursday night with the JV match set to start at 6 p.m.

Cougars drop opener

The Trinity Lutheran girls soccer team got off to a rough start to its season, falling 10-0 at Providence Monday night.

The Cougars were unable to attempt any shots on goal, while Providence was credited with 25 shots. Trinity goalie Samantha Enzinger had 11 saves.

The Cougars will try to even their record at Milan Thursday, beginning at 6 p.m.