Local sports roundup



Owls beat Panthers

The Seymour baseball team defeated Jennings County on the road on Saturday morning 4-1.

Seymour had six hits on the day. Vince Wilson had two hits, and Bret Perry, Gavin Leavy, Treyton McCormick and Jack Pennington all had one hit.

Wilson, McCormick and Pennington all had one RBI.

Aiden Darlage went the distance on the mound, pitching all seven innings and striking out 12 batters.

Seymour is now 11-2 this season and will next play on Tuesday at home against Corydon Central.

Tigers lose high-scoring game

The Crothersville baseball team had a high-scoring affair against George Washington at home on Saturday, but the Tigers fell short 15-12.

The Tigers had 13 hits on the night. Lucas Hilton had three hits, Caden Lewis, Dirk Crater and Devin Morgan each had two hits, and Beau Napier, Corey Kelshaw, Josh Reynolds and Blake Robinson all had one hit.

Napier and Morgan each had two RBI, and Hilton, Lewis, Kelshaw and Robinson all had one RBI.

Hilton pitched four innings and had 12 strikeouts, and Morgan and Robinson both spent time on the mound and each had two strikeouts.

Crothersville (1-5) will host Borden tonight.


Seymour splits weekend

The Seymour softball team split its two games at the Plainfield Invitational on Saturday.

The Owls beat Decatur Central 12-5 and lost to Plainfield 7-2.

Against Decatur Central, Seymour had 16 hits. Abby Followell led with five hits, Kendall Allman had four hits and Phoebe Underwood had three hits. Jamie Bobb, Mackenzie Bryson, Avery Stewart and Addyson Coomer all had one hit.

Followell had two home runs in the game and had six RBI. Underwood had two RBI, and Bryson, Allman, Stewart and Coomer each had one RBI.

Underwood pitched all seven innings and had one strikeout.

Against Plainfield, Taylor Stuckwisch had two hits, and Bobb, Allman and Lainey Sandlin had one hit. Allman and Stuckwisch each had one RBI.

Allman’s RBI came from a solo home run, which was her second this season.

Stuckwisch pitched four innings with five strikeouts, Underwood pitched 1.1 innings with two strikeouts and Alexia Rieckers pitched 0.2 innings.

Seymour (5-7) will host Charlestown tonight.

Braves split at Whiteland

The Brownstown Central softball team beat East Central 6-5 and lost to Whiteland 10-3 on Saturday at the Whiteland Invitational.

Against East Central, Brownstown had 10 hits. Kyndle Huddleston had three hits, Rylee May and Olivia Justice both had two hits and Kelsey Schneider, Brooke Meahl, Adelynn Anderson each had one hit. Huddleston had four RBI, and Justice had one.

Rylin Huddleston pitched four innings and had four strikeouts, and May pitched three innings and had three strikeouts.

Against Whiteland, Schneider, Meahl, May, Justice, Emily Dillman and Anderson all had one hit. Justice had two RBI, and May hit a solo home run, which is her fourth homer this season.

Schneider pitched 2.2 innings and had two strikeouts, and R. Huddleston pitched 3.1 innings and had two strikeouts.

Brownstown (8-5) will be at Henryville later today.

Trinity drops two

The Trinity Lutheran softball team dropped two games to Living Water Homeschool on Saturday at home.

Living Water won the first game 11-0 and the second game 12-2.

In the first game, Madison Keith and Rowan Sharp each had two hits, and Grace Lance and Olivia Cain both had one hit. Lance pitched for Trinity and had seven strikeouts.

In the second game, Keith had two hits, while Lance, Cain, Sharp and Bailey Tabeling each had one hit. Lance and Keith both had one RBI.

Lance went the distance in the circle for Trinity in that game, as well.

The Cougars are now 8-6 this season and will play at West Washington on Tuesday.


Braves place second at Corydon

The Brownstown Central boys golf team placed second at the Bud Bennett Memorial Invitational at Corydon on Saturday.

Gibson Southern won with a 307, and Brownstown was second with 333. There were 15 teams total competing in the invite.

Micah Sheffer led the Braves with a 77, which was good enough for sixth overall. Matthew Reedy shot 84, Caiden Gwin 86, Chandler Stahl 86 and Smith Hackman 88.

The Braves will host Austin, Clarksville, Scottsburg and Crothersville at home today at Hickory Hills.


Cougars go 1-2 in conference tourney

The Trinity Lutheran girls tennis team played its conference tournament at Southwestern (Hanover) on Saturday.

The Cougars went 1-2 on the day, beating Christian Academy and losing to Milan and Shawe Memorial.

Trinity beat CAI 3-2. Drew Hubbard beat Mia Collins 6-0, 6-0 at No. 1 singles, Siddha Hall beat Delaney Annis 6-3, 6-3 at No. 2 singles and the No. 1 doubles team of Carson Bowling and Kiley Zabel beat Kaitlyn Hutton and Lily Koerber 6-0, 6-1.

Nora Stocksdale beat Samantha Enzinger 6-0, 6-3 at No. 3 singles, and the No. 2 doubles team of Ella Pyzocka and Robekah Wright beat Natalee Martinez and Emily Keller 6-0, 6-4.

Trinity will host Shawe Memorial later today at 5:30 p.m.

Track and field

Brownstown races at Madison

The Brownstown Central boys and girls track and field teams raced at Madison on Thursday night against the Cubs and Corydon Central.

The Brownstown boys won their meet with 95 points, Madison was second with 37 and Corydon third with 35. Corydon won the girls meet with 75 points, Madison was second with 51 and Brownstown third with 40.

First-place finishers for the Brownstown boys featured Hudson Fritz in the 100 (10.9), Caleb Cummings in the 200 (22.9), Garrett Driver in the 400 (51.2), Bradley Edwards in the 800 (2:07), Shane Ratliff in the 3200 (10:15) and Isiaah Engle in the 110 hurdles (16.1) and 300 hurdles (41.9).

The Braves’ 4×100 team of Cummings, Jack Pace, Engle and Fritz won in 44.2, and the 4×400 team of Gregory Hutcheson, Driver, Lane Zike and Engle won in 3:37.6.

Cummings won high jump at 5-10, Ryan Branaman won shot put at 40-8 and Jaden Disque won discus at 119-10.5.

For the girls, Camryn Thompson won both the 100 hurdles (16.6) and 300 hurdles (48.4), Hailey Bair won long jump (16-2) and the 4×400 relay team of Sophie Wischmeier, Noe McPherson, Jocelyn Love and Thompson won in 4:23.0.

The Braves will race again on Tuesday at home against Brown County.

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