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Track and field

Brownstown wins tri-meet

The Brownstown Central boys and girls track and field teams were both victorious in their meet against Borden and Scottsburg on Tuesday night at Borden.

The Brownstown boys scored 100 points to win the meet, Scottsburg had 37 and Borden 29. The Brownstown girls won the meet with 72.5 points, Borden was second with 63 and Scottsburg third at 33.5.

First-place finishers for the boys featured Hudson Fritz in the 100 (11.36), Shane Ratliff in the 1600 (4:45), Garrett Driver in the 400 (52.43), Gregory Hutcheson in the 300 hurdles (44.66), Bradley Edwards in the 800 (2:08.97), Caleb Cummings in the 200 (23.16) and Chance Ratliff in the 3200 (10:12).

In the field events, Isaac Hutchinson won the discus (116-9), Jack Pace won the long jump (16-10.5) and Cummings won the high jump (5-6).

Brownstown swept all of the relays, as well. The 4×800 team won in 9:01, the 4×100 won in 44.54 and the 4×400 won in 3:40.49.

First-place finishers for the girls featured Camryn Thompson in the 100 hurdles (16.83), Thompson in the 300 hurdles (49.85), Hailey Bair in the 200 (28.9) and long jump (14-7.75) and Olivia Fritz in the shot put (29-6) and discus (86-8).

The Braves’ 4×100 relay won in 53.3.

Both Brownstown teams will be at Madison tonight for another meet.

Crothersville races at Clarksville

The Crothersville boys and girls track and field teams competed in a four-way meet at Clarksville on Wednesday night.

Henryville won the girls meet with 69 points, South Central was second at 47, Clarksville third at 28 and Crothersville fourth at 18.

Henryville also won the boys meet with 92.5 points, South Central second at 62.5, Clarksville third at 47 and Crothersville fourth at 21.

For the girls, Morgan Womack won the 100 in 15.99 and was third in the 200 at 34.01. Zoe Bowman was second in the 100 hurdles at 20.86 and second in the 300 hurdles at 1:00.22. Womack was fifth in shot put (25-6.5), Hali Burton was eighth in shot put (24-0) and Burton was seventh in discus (57-5).

For the boys, Will Ragan was fifth in the 100 (12.76), third in 200 (24.98) and third in the 400 (1:01.13), Oscar Hernandez was fifth in the 800 (2:37.51), Dirk Crater won the 1600 (4:53.21) and 3200 (10:45.65), Baron Riley was fifth in high jump (5-2) and Eric Walker was 11th in shot put (27-10.25).

Crothersville will be at New Washington later tonight.


Borden tops Crothersville

The Crothersville softball team hosted Borden on Wednesday night, but it was the away team that was able to score the victory 12-0.

Dacie Hughes pitched four innings for the Tigers, and Zoey Prince pitched one inning.

Crothersville wasn’t able to amount any base runners in the ballgame.

The Tigers (0-4) will play at Christian Academy on Friday at 5 p.m.

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