Local sports roundup



Braves beat Hornets

The Brownstown Central softball team defeated Henryville 7-5 on the road on Monday night.

The Braves had 11 hits on the night. Emily Dillman had three, Rylee May had two, and Kelsey Schneider, Brooke Meahl, Kyndle Huddleston, Olivia Justice, Adelynn Anderson and Sophie Wayt all had one hit.

Dillman had three RBI, and Justice, May and Schneider all had one RBI.

Rylin Huddleston pitched two innings and had one strikeout, and May pitched the other five innings and had six strikeouts.

The Braves (9-5) will play at Corydon on Thursday.

Charlestown bests Seymour

The Seymour softball team hosted Charlestown on Monday night, but it was the road team that was able to score the victory, beating the Owls 8-1.

Seymour had good production at the plate in the game but didn’t have enough timely hits. The Owls had eight hits, led by Kendall Allman with three, including a double. Allman also had one RBI.

Jamie Bobb had two hits, and Abby Followell, Phoebe Underwood and Addyson Coomer each had one hit.

Alexia Rieckers pitched 4.1 innings and had one strikeout, Underwood pitched 1.2 innings and had one strikeout and Taylor Stuckwisch pitched one inning with two strikeouts.

Seymour (5-8) will play at Floyd Central tonight.

Crothersville game stopped

The Crothersville softball team was trailing Columbus Christian 17-11 through five innings before the game was called due to darkness.

Matty Deaton had one hit and two RBI for the Tigers, Laekon Colwell had one hit and three RBI, Kendall Berry had two hits and three runs and Grace Walker had one hit, which was an inside-the-park home run that resulted in two runs.

Crothersville also had 12 stolen bases on the night.

Zoey Prince pitched 2.3 innings, Berry pitched 0.2 innings and Dacie Hughes pitched two innings.

The Tigers will next play at Christian Academy on Thursday.


Crothersville falls to Borden

The Crothersville baseball team suffered a 14-0 loss to Borden on Monday night.

The Tigers had no runners on base during the game. Blake Robinson pitched four innings and had two strikeouts for Crothersville.

The Tigers (1-6) will next play on Wednesday at New Washington.


Braves, Stainbrook play at Hickory Hills

The Brownstown Central golf team hosted Scottsburg, Clarksville, Austin and Crothersville on Monday night.

The Braves had the best score with a 158, Scottsburg shot a 190, Austin 223 and Clarksville and Crothersville didn’t have team scores.

Micah Sheffer was a medalist with an even par score of 35. Matthew Reedy shot a 38, Caiden Gwin 39, Chandler Stahl 46, Smith Hackman 47 and Carter Covert 49.

Other BCHS scores featured Elix Preston 43, Caden Waskom 47, Collin Downing 49, Cole Brelage 49, Drew Shelton 50, Jaren Cunningham 50, Isaiah Sitterding 52, Connor Gwin 53, Kam Cunningham 54, Evan Stahl 56 and Wyatt Lutes 62.

Crothersville’s Andrew Stainbrook shot a season-best 63.

The Braves will play at Columbus East later today, and Stainbrook will play at Henryville later today.

Trinity plays at CAI

The Trinity Lutheran boys golf team shot a 195 on Monday night at Christian Academy. CAI shot a 147, and North Harrison shot a 184.

Jack Stuckwisch led Trinity with a 40, Solomon Hall shot a 52, Gabe Lorenz 53, Andrew Lemming 54 and Alex Overgaard 57.

Trinity will play at Edinburgh later today.


Trinity drops match to Shawe

The Trinity Lutheran girls tennis team hosted Shawe Memorial on Monday night, and the Hilltoppers left with a 3-2 victory.

Drew Hubbard beat Lauren Grote 6-2, 6-4 at No. 1 singles, and Carson Bowling and Kiley Zabel beat Carson Cooke and Megan Morrison 7-5, 6-1 at No. 1 doubles.

Shawe got points at No. 2 singles, where Sarah Willhite beat Siddha Hall 6-0, 6-4; No. 3 singles, where Kelly McClure beat Samantha Enzinger 6-0, 6-0; and at No. 2 doubles, where Autumn Lathren and Julia Leatherman beat Emily Keller and Allison Ward 6-0, 6-2.

The Cougars will host Waldron later today at 5 p.m.

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