Local sports roundup

Girls basketball

Braves roll to victory

The Brownstown Central girls basketball team got back to its winning ways with a 48-27 victory at West Washington on Saturday afternoon.

Maddy Hackman led the Braves in scoring with 18 points, and she did all of her damage from the perimeter, making 6-of-9 3-pointers.

Kalee Borden scored 14 points along with five assists and six rebounds, Addison Darlage had five points and Camryn Thompson added four. Jo Brittain, Jenna Klosterman and Kinzee Dean all scored two points, and Sophie Wischmeier hit a free throw to score one point.

With the win, Brownstown improves to 15-7 on the season. The Braves will close out their regular season this week with a game at Lawrenceburg on Tuesday night and a game at home against North Harrison on Thursday night.

Boys basketball

Seymour falls at Scottsburg

The Seymour boys basketball team lost its second game in as many days as the Owls fell at Scottsburg 55-44 on Saturday night.

Eli Meyer had a big scoring night the Owls, scoring half of their points with 22 on the night. Meyer made 11 2-point field goals for his highest scoring mark so far this season.

Landon Fritsch scored 12 points, Jaylan Johnson had eight and Michael Brooks scored two.

Seymour is now 4-10 this season and will next play at Floyd Central on Friday night.

Cougars have win streak snapped

The Trinity Lutheran boys basketball team, which had won three of its last four games, ran into a tough test on Saturday night at Switzerland County.

The Cougars suffered a 53-33 road loss.

Kole Shewmaker led Trinity with 10 points on the night. Eli Ballard and Jack Stuckwisch both scored six, Peyton Pollert had five, Kowan Gross four and Levi Pottschmidt two.

The Cougars are now 4-10 this season and will host Crothersville this Friday in the Bollinger Athletic Complex.