Local sports roundup


Track and field

Braves beat Musketeers

The Brownstown Central boys and girls track and field teams defeated Eastern (Pekin) on Tuesday night at Blevins Stadium.

The boys won 92-40 and the girls won 76-52.

First-place finishers for the Brownstown girls were Camryn Thompson in the 100 hurdles (17.66), Maddy Schepman in the 100 (13.76), Trinity Cody in the 1600 (6:30.32), Thompson in the 300 hurdles (47.46), Cody in the 3200 (14:23.15), Olivia Fritz in the shot put (28-5) and discus (85-0), and Halley Bair in the long jump (15-2.75).

Thompson’s 300 hurdles time of 47.46 was a school record.

First-place finishers for the Brownstown boys were Isiaah Engle in the 110 hurdles (16.65), Calen Cummings in the 100 (11.49), Shane Ratliff in the 1600 (4:49.37), Garrett Driver in the 400 (52.36), Engle in the 300 hurdles (42.44), Bradley Edwards in the 800 (2:13.80), Cummings in the 200 (23.2), Chance Ratliff in the 3200 (10:24.85), Jaden Disque in the discus (121-1), and Jack Pace in long jump (17-7.5).

Brownstown will host Jennings County and Columbus East on Thursday at home.

Seymour takes second at North

The Seymour boys and girls track and field teams both placed second overall in a tri-meet against Columbus North and Brown County on Tuesday night.

The Bull Dogs won the boys meet with a team score of 96, Seymour was second with a 65.5 and Brown County third at 5.5. The North girls won 114.5, Seymour second at 48 and Brown County third at 4.5.

First-place finishers for the Seymour girls included Sydney Kingery in the 100 (13.96), Vivienne Siefker in the 3200 (12:02.70) and Kiley Sons in discus (95-10).

First-place finishers for the Seymour boys were Jaylan Johnson in the 400 (52.30), Jesse Mellencamp in the 200 (23.75), Owen Kruse in shot put (45-11.5) and Johnson in long jump (19-9.25).

Seymour’s 4×400 relay team of Devon Jackson, Josh Rennekamp, Michael Brooks and Johnson also took first place in 3:32.30.

The Owls will race again on Thursday night at the New Albany relays.

Tigers host home meet

The Crothersville boys and girls track and field teams hosted Shawe Memorial and South Decatur on Tuesday night.

South Decatur on the girls meet with a 95, Shawe was second at 31 and Crothersville third at 17. South Decatur also won the boys meet with a 90, Crothersville was second with 28 and Shawe third at 25.

In the girls meet, Zoe Bowman was third for the Tigers in the 100 hurdles with a PR time of 19.40. Morgan Womack was fourth in the 100 meter dash in 15.26, Bowman was second in the 300 hurdles (59.01, PR), Womack was fourth in the 200 (32.28) and fourth in the long jump (9-5).

Hali Burton was third in discus (50-4) and shot put (23-3), and Womack won shot put with a throw of 25-10.

In the boys meet, Baron Riley was second in the 110 hurdles (26.75) and third in high jump (5-2). Will Ragan was third in the 100 (11.83), won the 400 (57.5) and was third in the 200 (26.47). Dirk Crater was second in the mile (5:00) and won the 3200 with a 50-second PR of 10:49.

Blake Robinson was fourth in long jump (13-0), and Corey Reynolds was third in discus (72-9) and shot put (32-3), and Eric Walker was fourth in shot put (25-4).

The Tigers will race in the Sam Sumner Invite at Borden on Saturday.

Trinity girls win, boys place second

The Trinity Lutheran girls track and field team scored a 47 on Tuesday night to beat New Washington (30) and Clarksville (19).

The boys team was second with 26. Clarksville won with a 59 and New Washington was third at 25.

First-place finishers for the Lady Cougars were Cheyenne Campbell in the 1600 (6:44.43), Emalee Goss in high jump (4-10), Campbell in the 800 (2:58.46), Kaydence Miller in the 400 (1:09.84),

First-place finishers for the boys were Jake Holland in the 300 hurdles (43.9) and 110 hurdles (16.54).

The Cougars will host Southwestern Shelby on Thursday at 5 p.m.


Lanesville tops Crothersville

The Lanesville softball team was able to score an 18-0 victory over Crothersville on Wednesday night.

Dacie Hughes pitched for the Tigers, and she also got Crothersville’s lone hit in the game.

Laekon Colwell and Patience Collman both drew walks, and Zoey Prince got on base after a strikeout and beating the throw to first base.

The Tigers (0-4) will now be off for one week before playing Borden next Wednesday at home.

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