Owls top Olympians
The Seymour baseball team picked up its first Hoosier Hills Conference win on Thursday night at home against Columbus East as the Owls defeated the Olympians 9-4.
Braden Richey had two hits and two RBI, Bret Perry had a hit and an RBI, Jack VonDielingen had one hit, Aiden Darlage had an RBI, Charlie Longmeier had a triple and an RBI, Treyton McCormick had a double and an RBI and Skyler Cockerham had a hit and an RBI.
Darlage got the start on the mound for Seymour, and he pitched four innings and struck out 10 batters. McCormick pitched three scoreless innings in relief and had one strikeout.
Seymour is now a perfect 4-0 on the season and will host Salem tonight and New Albany on Saturday morning.
Braves rout Bulldogs
The Brownstown Central baseball team had a big night at home against Orleans as the Braves defeated the Bulldogs 16-3.
Brownstown had nine hits on the night, coming from Ethan Fultz with two, and Preston Garrison, Pierson Wheeler, Dalton Reedy, Lane Pendleton, Trent Lowery, Carson Darlage and Ethan Garland all had one hit.
Fultz had four RBI, Darlage and Garland both had two RBI and Reedy, Easton Branaman, Jaxson Johnson and Garrison all had one RBI.
Reedy got the start for BC, pitching four innings, giving up zero hits, allowing one run and striking out nine batters.
Garland closed it out on the mound, allowing two runs on two hits and getting one strikeout.
The Braves are now 3-2 this season and will next play on Monday at home against North Harrison.
Tigers’ game postponed
Crothersville’s home opener against Henryville on Thursday night was postponed due to wet field conditions.
Crothersville will host Trinity Lutheran for its first game on Saturday at noon.
Owls fall to Bull Dogs
The Seymour girls tennis team hosted a top-ranked Columbus North team on Thursday, and the Bull Dogs were able to top the Owls 5-0.
Kathryn Wilson blanked Brooke Schafstall at No. 1 singles, and Aya Saad beat Elise Hartung at No. 2 singles, both by 6-0, 6-0 scores for the Bull Dogs (2-0). Lucy Bergman topped Jessica Hougland 6-4, 6-4 at No. 3 singles.
North’s Annabelle Sun and Siri Poludasu downed Addison Hunsley and Ava Sunbury 6-0, 6-4 at No. 1 doubles. Grace Conner and Nino Akhalata defeated Caroline Thompson and Marlo Cornn 6-3, 6-2 at No. 2 doubles.
Seymour (1-1) will next compete in the Silver Creek Invite on Saturday morning at 9 a.m.
Seymour game postponed
The Seymour softball team had its game at Hauser postponed on Thursday night due to field conditions.
The Owls be back at it on Saturday at home against Jeffersonville at 11 a.m.