Local sports roundup



Seymour soars past South Dearborn

The Seymour baseball team continued its impressive start to the season as the Owls traveled to South Dearborn on Tuesday night and won 16-0.

The Owls scored two in the first, one in the second, 10 in the third and three in the fourth.

Braden Richey pitched the shutout, only allowing three hits, one walk and striking out two batters.

Seymour had 13 hits on the night. Bret Perry, Jack VonDielingen and Skyler Cockerham each had two hits, and Charlie Longmeier, Aiden Darlage, Vince Wilson, Treyton McCormick, Will Gray, Grayson Key and Gavin Leavy each had one hit. Leavy’s was a two-run home run.

Longmeier and Darlage each had three RBI, Cockerham and Leavy both two RBI, and VonDielingen, Wilson, McCormick and Gray each one RBI.

Seymour is now a perfect 8-0 on the season and will stay on the road Thursday night at Jeffersonville.

Senators edge out Cougars

The Trinity Lutheran baseball team hosted West Washington on Tuesday night, and the Senators were able to outlast the Cougars 3-1.

West Washington scored one in the second, one in the fourth and one in the sixth, while Trinity scored its run in the fourth.

The Cougars had five hits on the night. Jackson Trueblood had two, and Nathan Voelker, Kowan Gross and Drake Goodpaster each had one hit. Gross had the one RBI to score Trueblood.

Voelker pitched six innings for Trinity and had five strikeouts. Peyton Pollert pitched the final inning for the Cougars.

Trinity will host its own invite this Saturday, starting at 10 a.m.


Braves roll past Lions

The Brownstown Central softball team defeated Mid-Southern Conference foe Salem at home on Tuesday night as the Braves won 11-1.

Brownstown had 13 hits on the night. Kelsey Schneider had three hits, and Brooke Meahl, Rylee May, Kyndle Huddleston and Brailey Teipen each had two hits. Olivia Justice and Adelynn Anderson each had one hit.

Meahl had five RBI, May had two RBI, and Huddleston, Justice and Anderson each had one RBI.

Rylin Huddleston pitched all five innings for Brownstown, allowing one run off four hits and striking out seven batters.

The Braves are now 5-3 this season and will next play on Thursday at Austin.

Trinity falls at home

The Trinity Lutheran softball team lost 8-2 at home on Tuesday night to Indianapolis Lutheran.

The Cougars got three hits on the night, coming from Bailey Tabeling, Grace Lance and Maddie Adams. Lance and Madison Keith each had one RBI, and Tabeling scored both runs.

Lance pitched all seven innings for Trinity and struck out nine batters.

The Cougars are now 5-3 this season and will next play on Thursday at Oldenburg Academy.

Seymour drops game at North

The Seymour softball team had its three-game winning streak snapped on Tuesday night as the Owls fell at Columbus North 18-4.

Kendall Allman, Alexa Rieckers and Mackenzie Bryson each had two hits for the Owls, and Allman and Rieckers each had two RBI.

The runs were scored by Jamie Bobb, Abby Followell, Addison Reed and Allman.

Taylor Stuckwisch pitched two innings and had three strikeouts, and Zoe Williams and Rieckers each pitched one inning and each had one strikeout.

The Owls are now 3-4 this season and will next play on Monday at home against Brownstown Central.


Cougars top Cubs

The Trinity Lutheran tennis team got a 4-1 win at Madison Tuesday night.

Drew Hubbard won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 1 singles, Siddha Hall won 7-6 (7-5), 6-3 at No. 2 singles and both doubles teams won. Kiley Zabel and Carson Bowling won 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 at No. 1 doubles and Natalee Martinez and Emily Keller won 4-6, 6-2, 6-4 at No. 2 doubles.

Madison’s point came at No. 3 singles when Claire Slygh beat Samantha Enzinger 6-2, 6-1.

The Cougars (2-2) will next play at home on Thursday against Southwestern (Shelby).

Braves beat Hornets, fall at Dragons

The Brownstown Central girls tennis team suffered a 4-1 loss at Silver Creek on Monday night, then turned around and beat Henryville 3-2 at home on Tuesday night.

On Monday, Alleigh Leezert beat Leah Pottschmidt 6-0, 6-1 at No. 1 singles, Mallory Coffman beat Brynn Burton 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 at No. 2 singles, and Lilly Giefer beat Avery Harrison 6-1, 6-0 at No. 3 singles.

Brownstown’s point came at No. 1 doubles where Kaitlyn Williams and Bella Brown beat Mari Howard and Maddie Oltman. At No. 2 doubles, Jenna Bolte and Audrey Scarlett lost to Ella Dreyer and Andrea Korvann 6-4, 6-0.

On Tuesday, Burton won 6-1, 6-0 at No. 2 singles, Harrison won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 3 singles, and Williams and Brown won 6-3, 6-3 at No. 1 doubles.

Pottschmidt lost 6-1, 6-0 at No. 1 singles, and Bolte and Scarlett lost 6-4, 7-5 at No. 2 doubles.

The Braves are 3-2 this season and will host Austin on Thursday.


Seymour falls short at Franklin

The Seymour boys golf team nearly beat a ranked Franklin team on Tuesday night.

The Owls shot a 179 and Franklin shot a 177.

Luke Baker shot a 43 to lead Seymour, followed by Noah Surface and Ty Stuckwisch each at 45, Manny Fontanez 46 and Eli Meyer 52.

Seymour’s B team shot a 220 with Trent Morris shooting a 49, Trevor Alberring 50, Brady Terrell 55, Jay Herbert 55 and Trevor Goecker 60.

The Owls will play again on Saturday at the Jennings County Invitational.

Cougars play at Jac-Cen-Del

The Trinity Lutheran boys golf team shot a 218 at Jac-Cen-Del on Tuesday night, and the home team shot a 200.

Jack Stuckwisch led Trinity with a 44, followed by Solomon Hall 55, Gabe Lorenz 59, Alex Overgaard 60 and Wylie Jones 61.

Andrew Lemming shot a 60, Sam Lorenz shot a 62 and Jeremiah Clay shot a 67.

The Cougars will also compete in the Jennings County Invite on Saturday.

Track and field

Track results to come

All four Jackson County track and field teams competed on Tuesday night, but results were unavailable at press time.

Seymour raced at Columbus North, Brownstown Central hosted Eastern (Pekin), Crothersville hosted Shawe Memorial and South Decatur, and Trinity Lutheran hosted Clarksville and New Washington.

Results will be featured in Thursday’s Tribune and online at tribtown.com.

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