Local sports roundup



Cougars outlast Orleans

Trinity Lutheran scored a 3-1 win at Orleans Monday afternoon to improve to 3-0 on the season.

The Cougars outhit the Bulldogs 7-5 with Bailey Tabeling getting two hits, while Grace Lance, Madison Keith, Olivia Cain, Dianna Munoz and Jasmine McCormick had one hit each. Lance had the only two walks the Cougars received.

Tabeling, Lance and McCormick all scored runs for the Cougars.

Lance picked up the win as she had 10 strikeouts, walked three and allowed five hits.

Trinity will host Providence today, beginning at 5:30 p.m.

Owls can’t complete comeback at Cubs

Madison got a walk-off hit in the bottom of the seventh inning to edge Seymour 6-5 on Monday night.

Madison took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first and made it 5-0 in the third before the Owls rallied to tie the game in the top of the fifth.

Seymour had five hits with Jamie Bobb getting two, while Delaney Warren, Alexa Dannettelle and Lainey Sandlin had one hit each. Warren’s hit was a double, and she also had a walk, and Mackenzie Bryson had two walks. Bobb scored a run and had two RBI, and Warren scored a run and had two RBI.

Alexia Rieckers pitched the first four innings and had two strikeouts, allowed five runs, walked one and allowed five hits. Phoebe Underwood finished and allowed one hit and one run, had two strikeouts and walked two.

The Owls (0-3) will host Henryville today at 5:30 p.m. for their home opener.

Brownstown falls at BNL

The Brownstown Central softball team suffered an 11-1 loss at Bedford North Lawrence on Monday night.

The Stars were able to score three runs in the first, two in the second, four in the third and two in the sixth.

Brownstown was able to get seven hits on the game from Emily Dillman and Kyndle Huddleston both getting two, while Brooke Meahl, Olivia Justice and Kinzee Dean all had one.

The Braves’ lone run came in the sixth inning when Sophie Wayt drove in Huddleston with a sacrifice fly.

Rylin Huddleston pitched three innings for the Braves, allowing eight hits and four walks while striking out four. Rylee May pitched the other 2.1 innings and had one strikeout.

Brownstown (2-2) will be at Columbus East on Tuesday.

Track and field

Cougars, Tigers open track season

The boys and girls track and field teams from Trinity Lutheran and Crothersville opened their seasons on Monday for a tri-meet against Hauser.

Trinity won the girls meet with a team score of 46, Hauser was second with 29 and Crothersville third with 16. For the boys, Hauser won with 89, Crothersville second with 16 and Trinity third with 14.

Top-three finishers for the Cougars featured Cheyenne Campbell winning the 1600 in 7:22.86, Emalee Goss was second in the 100 in 15.34, Kaydence Miller won the 400 in 1:10.81 and Ava Blomenberg was second in the 400 in 1:12.54.

Goss, Abby Lorenz and Laina Klinge swept the 200 meter dash with times of 33.78, 35.06 and 36.22, respectively. Goss also won high jump with a jump of 5 feet, and Lorenz was second with a jump of 4 feet, 2 inches. Miller was third in discus with a throw of 53-0.

For the Trinity boys, Jake Holland won the 110 hurdles in 20.63, Connor Nichols was third in the 100 (13.98) and Landon Gasaway was second in the 400 (1:08.08).

For the Crothersville girls, Zoe Bowman won the 100 hurdles in 20.24, Hali Burton was second in discus with a 55-2, Morgan Womack won shot put (25-4.25) while Burton was second (22-4).

For the Crothersville boys, Baron Riley was second in 110 hurdles in 23.82, Dirk Crater was second in the 1600 (5:08.05), Crater won the 3200 in 11:39.21 and Oscar Hernandez was third in the 400 (1:11.19).

Crothersville will be at Austin tonight, while Trinity will open at home next Tuesday.

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