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Girls basketball

Tabeling breaks county record in win

After scoring 38 points in a victory on Tuesday night, Trinity Lutheran’s Bailey Tabeling is now the all-time leading scorer in Jackson County girls basketball history.

Tabeling now has 1,706 points in her career, breaking Amanda Moore’s (Seymour) record of 1,687 points.

Tabeling needed 19 points to tie the record heading into Tuesday’s game against Indianapolis Lutheran, and the senior surpassed that and more.

Her 38 points is also a school record for most points scored in a single game at Trinity Lutheran.

It’s a been a record-breaking year thus far for Tabeling, who broke the Trinity school record in the season-opener, which was previously held by Sydney Jaynes 1,598.

Tabeling, a DI commit to Ohio University, will continue to add to her total as this season goes on.

In the 66-41 victory at Indy Lutheran, Liza Froedge contributed 12 points, Madison Keith scored 10, Laura Roeder had four, and Morgan Brewer had two.

Tabeling and the 4-1 Cougars will next be in action at home on Thursday night against Edinburgh.

Undefeated Owls dominate Panthers

It’s been a lot of the same of the Seymour girls basketball team to start this season. The Owls might start slow defensively, but eventually its defensive pressure will create easy baskets and next thing you know a six-point lead at halftime turns into an easy, double-digit victory.

That’s exactly what Seymour did to Bloomington South at home on Tuesday night. The Panthers actually led 6-5 after the first quarter after a slow start, but Seymour was able to take a 19-13 lead at halftime and never looked back from there.

The Owls started the third quarter on a 10-2 to get up double digits and never allowed the game to get back within single digits, winning the game 54-39.

Brooke Trinkle led the way in scoring with 20 points points on the night. Kendall Sterling scored 18 while Journee Brown and Claire Marshall each had four. Greer Henry, Elizabeth Kirby, Jaidyn Nichols and Lainey Jackson all scored two points.

Seymour is now 6-0 to start this season and will now host cross-county rival Brownstown Central on Thursday night.

Hornets fall on the road

The Medora girls basketball team struggled to find much offense on Tuesday night as the Hornets played at Shawe Memorial.

The Hilltoppers were able to come away with a 62-3 victory.

Medora (0-3) will look to bounce back at home on Thursday night against Bloomington Lighthouse.

Boys basketball

Braves roll past Lions

The Brownstown Central boys basketball team had a dominant performance on the road on Tuesday night at Salem, beating the Lions 83-42.

Jack Benter led the Braves in scoring with 24 points on the night. The junior also had seven rebounds, five assists and five steals as well.

Parker Hehman added 14 points, Chase Coomer scored 11, Colby Hall eight, Adam Stahl seven, Carson Darlage seven, Micah Sheffer four, Caiden Gwin three, Pierson Wheeler three and Gregory Hutcheson two.

The Braves had 20 team assists to Salem’s five, and they also forced 17 Lion turnovers while keeping their turnovers down to just six.

The Braves (2-0, 1-0 MSC) will now get ready to host cross-county rival Seymour on Friday night inside The Pit.

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