Local sports roundup



Lowery no-hits North Harrison

Brownstown Central’s Trent Lowery had a stellar day on the mound for the Braves on Monday night as he threw a no-hitter to defeat North Harrison 10-0.

Lowery pitched all five innings, allowed three walks, no hits and struck out 10 batters.

Offensively, Carson Darlage led BC with four hits on the night while Ethan Garland and Dalton Reedy each had one hit.

Garland, Darlage, Grayson Cassidy and Jaxson Johnson each had two RBI and Reedy had one RBI.

The Braves (4-2) will play at Eastern (Pekin) on Thursday.


Owls beat Bluejackets

The Seymour softball won its third straight game on Monday at Mitchell as the Owls won 10-1.

The Owls trailed 1-0 heading into the sixth before they put up eight runs and added two more in the seventh to secure the victory.

Phoebe Underwood, Alexia Rieckers, Alexa Dannettelle and Kendall Allman each had two hits while Jamie Bobb and Delaney Warren each had one hit.

Allman hit a grand slam to have four RBI, Rieckers had two RBI and Dannettelle had one RBI.

Rieckers pitched all seven innings for the Owls, only allowing one run off six hits and striking out seven batters.

Seymour is now 3-3 this season and will play today at Columbus North.

Trinity blanks Rock Creek

The Trinity Lutheran softball team beat Rock Creek Academy 13-0 at home on Monday night.

Madison Keith led the Cougars with three hits while Bailey Tabeling, Grace Lance and Olivia Cain each had two hits. Maddie Adams, Marci Leinart and Rowan Sharp each had one hit.

Tabeling and Lance each had three RBI, and both Cougars also hit home runs. Keith, Adams, Jasmine McCormick and Leinart each had one RBI.

Lance pitched a no-hitter for Trinity as she struck out 11 batters.

The Cougars improve to 5-2 this season and will remain at home later today against Indy Lutheran.

Brownstown edges out West Washington

The Brownstown Central softball team picked up a solid win at West Washington on Monday night as the Braves won 9-6.

The Braves had 12 hits on the night, coming from Kelsey Schneider (3), Olivia Justice (3), Kyndle Huddleston (2), Adelynn Anderson (2), Kinzee Dean (1) and Brooke Meahl (1).

Huddleston had five RBI, including a home run for the Braves, and Justice had two RBI, hitting her third home run this season. Dean and Meahl each added one RBI.

Schneider pitched two innings and had four strikeouts and Rylee May pitched five innings with two strikeouts.

The Braves trailed 5-0 and scored four runs in the third to get back within one. They then scored three in the fifth and two in the sixth to win the game.

The Braves are now 4-3 this season and will play later today at home against Salem.


Owls play at Cubs

The Seymour boys golf team competed at Madison on Monday night. The Cubs shot a 154 as the Owls shot a 174.

Manny Fontanez led Seymour with a 40, followed by Ty Stuckwisch 42, Noah Surface 45, Eli Meyer 46, Trevor Alberring 47, Noah Wineinger 47, Riley Bear 51, Luke Fischer 52, Paulton Rennekamp 54 and Zack Kriete 57.

Madison’s Henry Ashley was the low man on the day with a 36.

The Owls will play again today at Franklin.


Cougars get first win

The Trinity Lutheran girls tennis team picked up its first win on the season at home against Clarksville on Monday night.

The Cougars won 5-0. Drew Hubbard won 7-5, 6-0 over Savannah Appell at No. 1 singles, Siddha Hall won 6-0, 6-0 over Laci Austan at No. 2 singles, and Samantha Enzinger won 6-3, 6-3 over Josie Tatum at No. 3 singles.

At No. 1 doubles, Kiley Zabel and Carson Bowling beat Flora Bowen and Kaylin Lemke 6-0, 6-1, and since Clarksville only had five players, Trinity’s two doubles team of Natalee Martinez and Emily Keller won via forfeit.

The Cougars (1-2) will be back in action later today at Madison.

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