Track and field
Brownstown, Seymour race at JC
The Brownstown Central boys and girls and Seymour girls track and field teams all competed in the Big Blue Relays on Thursday night at Jennings County.
The Brownstown boys were second with a team score of 133, and Jennings County was first with 138. The Seymour girls also were second with a score of 103, while JC won with 111, and Brownstown was fourth with 90.
The Brownstown boys 4×100 team of Caleb Cummings, Jack Pace, Isiaah Engle and Hudson Fritz set the school record with a time of 43.79. It was a record that stood since 1994.
Cummings also won the 100 in 11.51, and Hudson Fritz was second in 11.52. Chance Ratliff won the 3200 in 10:11.43, and Shane Ratliff was fifth in 10:37.41.
Engle was second in the 110 hurdles (15.80), and Gregory Hutcheson was third (16.68).
Brownstown’s 4×200 was second (1:34.64), 4×400 was second (3:34.84), 4×800 was third (9:04.83), sprint medley was first (1:37.42), shuttle hurdle relay was second (44.78) and distance medley was second (11:24.12).
Aden McCrary was fifth in pole vault (9-0), Pace was second in long jump (18-7.75), Ryan Branaman was third in shot put (42-6) and Jaden Disque was third (42-4), Disque was fourth in discus (118-9) and Isaac Hutchinson was fifth (109-8).
For the girls, Maddy Schepman was second in the 100 (13.43) and Hailey Bair was fourth (13.51) for Brownstown and Sydnie Kingery was fifth (13.69) for Seymour.
Seymour’s Vivienne Siefker was second in the 3200 (12:15.60), and Kinsley Folsom was fifth (13:27.57).
Brownstown’s Camryn Thompson won the 100 hurdles (16.60), Seymour’s Evah Snyder was second (18.30) and Brownstown’s Jocelyn Love was fourth (18.70).
Seymour’s 4×100 of Kingery, Kamryn Aynes, Anna Marks and Sydney Montgomery was first in 53.25, and BC was fourth in 59.71.
BC’s 4×200 of Bair, Noe McPherson, Love and Thompson was first in 1:53.08, and Seymour was third in 1:59.37.
Seymour’s 4×400 of Ashlyn Henderson, Brooke Trinkle, Alexis Stuckwisch and Montgomery took first in 4:23.52, and BC was fifth in 4:58.02.
Seymour’s 4×800 of Kelly Beavers, AnnMarie Shuler, Siefker and Trinkle won in 10:43.92, and BC was fifth in 12:41.93.
BC’s sprint medley of Bair, McPherson, Schepman and Thompson won in 1:57.28, and Seymour was fourth in 2:02.87.
BC’s shuttle hurdle relay of Thompson, Schepman, McPherson and Love won in 38.82, and Seymour’s distance medley was second (13:50.18), while BC was fourth (15:15.52).
Montgomery won high jump (5-0), while Henderson and Brownstown’s Liberty Wilkins tied for fourth (4-6). Seymour’s Kate Connell and Brownstown’s Claire Schepman tied for fourth in pole vault (7-0), and Bair was second in long jump (15-2.5) and Seymour’s Kennedy Burnett was fifth (14-3.25). Seymour’s Kiley Sons was second in shot put (30-4.5), and Willow Nowland was fifth (28-1.75). Sons also was second in discus (88-8), and Brownstown’s Alexa Wheeles was fourth (81-11).
The track and field teams will all be racing in their respective conference meets next week.
Braves win 18-0
The Brownstown Central baseball cruised to victory over Purdue Polytechnic North on Friday night as the Braves won 18-0.
BC had eight hits on the night. Ethan Garland, Carson Darlage, Trent Lowery, Coleson Ellison, Ethan Fultz, Dalton Reedy, Grayson Cassidy and Lane Steward all had one hit.
Pierson Wheeler had three RBI, Cassidy, Lowery, Fultz, Steward and Caydin Bishop each had two RBI, and Lane Pendleton and Reedy each had one RBI.
Wheeler pitched three innings and had four strikeouts and Evan Schneider pitched two innings and also had four strikeouts.
The Braves (14-5) will host Henryville for a doubleheader today starting at 11 a.m.
Franklin tops Seymour
The Seymour girls tennis team fell 5-0 at Franklin on Friday night.
Addison Hunsley lost 6-0, 6-0 at one singles, Ava Sunbury lost 6-0, 6-1 at two singles, and Claire Combs lost 6-1, 6-1 at three singles.
The No. 1 doubles team of Brooke Schafstall and Caroline Thompson lost 6-3, 6-1, and the No. 2 doubles team of Elise Hartung and Jessica Hougland lost 4-6, 6-1, 4-6.
The Owls (11-2) will host the HHC tournament starting Wednesday next week.
North Harrison edges Brownstown
The Brownstown Central tennis team lost a close home match to North Harrison on Thursday night 3-2.
Both of Brownstown’s points came in superset tiebreakers. Leah Pottschmidt beat Reece Smith 6-2, 5-7, 11-9 at No. 2 singles, and Genna Preston and Audrey Scarlett beat Graci Nolot and EV Wright 3-6, 7-6 (10-7), 11-9 at No. 2 doubles.
Madi Clunie beat Jenna Bolte 6-1, 6-2 at No. 3 singles, Kelsey Delaney beat Brynn Burton at No. 1 singles and McKenna Smith and Kendyl Lasley beat Kaitlyn Williams and Bella Brown 6-4, 6-1 at No. 1 doubles.
The Braves (6-7) will be in the Eastern Invitational this weekend.