Local sports roundup


Braves beat Cubs

The Brownstown Central tennis team defeated Madison 5-0 at home on Monday.

Smith Hackman won 6-4, 6-3 at one singles, Pierson Wheeler won 6-4, 6-4 at two singles and Lane Steward won 6-1, 6-1 at three singles.

Connor Gwin and Bryce Reaser won 6-2, 6-7 (3), 6-4 at one doubles, and Elix Preston and Evan Schneider won 7-6 (7), 6-3 at two doubles.

Landon Hehman won 8-1 in JV singles and Sam Rohr lost 6-0.

The Braves finish the regular season with a 9-7 overall record.

Tennis sectional matchups announced

The IHSAA revealed the matches for every tennis sectional this week on Monday night.

Seymour, Brownstown Central and Trinity Lutheran will all be competing on the Owls’ courts this week, along with Austin and Scottsburg to determine the sectional champion.

The first match will be on Wednesday between Brownstown and Austin starting at 5 p.m. Austin is the defending sectional champion. The winner between the Braves and Eagles will play on Thursday against Scottsburg.

The other Thursday semifinal will feature Trinity against Seymour. The Owls and Cougars both have winning records but have yet to meet one another on the courts this season.

The winner of Seymour and Trinity will advance to the sectional championship game on Friday to take on the winner of Scottsburg and Austin/Brownstown.

All matches will be held at Seymour High School.

Girls soccer

Cougars win sixth straight

The Trinity Lutheran girls soccer team won its sixth-straight match on Monday night at Southwestern (Hanover).

The Cougars won 4-2 thanks to a hat-trick from senior Emma Myers. Kaydence Miller had Trinity’s other goal.

Myers, Miller and Kennedy Royalty each had one assist on the night. The Cougars had 23 shots on Monday, and goalie Samantha Enzinger had 12 saves.

Trinity, now 8-6 this season, will go for its seventh consecutive win tonight when they play at Greenwood Christian Academy.

Owls draw with Cubs

The Seymour girls soccer team battled tough at Madison on Monday night, but neither team could find the back of the net as the match ended in a 0-0- draw.

Seymour is now 9-4-2 this season and will be back in action at home on Thursday for senior night against Columbus East.


Tigers lose in five sets

The Crothersville volleyball team battled hard at Henryville on Monday night but came up just short 3-2.

After losing the first two sets 25-20, 25-23, Crothersville came back and won the next two sets 25-15, 25-20. In the fifth set, the Hornets were able to prevail 15-12 to win the match.

The Tigers served 86-95 with 15 aces and hit 153-173 with 28 kills. Elayna Ord served 16-20 with eight aces, Pearl Shirley hit 44-49 with eight kills, Zoey Prince hit 29-35 with six kills and Hayden Pilgrim hit 29-29 with four kills.

Makenna Newberry had 15 assists, Grace Smith had 10 assists and Carlee Walker had 35 digs.

Next up, the Tigers will be at home against Columbus Christian on Thursday night.