Local sports roundup



Seymour tops Scottsburg

The Seymour baseball team scored a 3-1 victory at Scottsburg on Tuesday night.

Scottsburg grabbed a 1-0 lead in the first inning, but Aiden Darlage settled in to dominate on the mound as he finished with 12 strikeouts, including striking out the side in the bottom of the seventh inning.

Seymour got two runs in the third inning as Charlie Longmeier doubled to score Bret Perry. Gavin Leavy then hit a RBI single to score Vince Wilson.

Seymour added an insurance run in the sixth inning as Darlage hit a double to score Treyton McCormick.

The Owls (16-4) will play at New Albany in the semifinals of the Hoosier Hills Conference tournament later today.

Mitchell defeats Brownstown

The Brownstown Central baseball team had its six-game winning streak snapped at Mitchell on Tuesday night as the Bluejackets beat the Braves 8-4.

Brownstown had eight hits. Ethan Garland and Pierson Wheeler each had two hits, and Trent Lowery, Grayson Cassidy, Jaxson Johnson and Chick Tiemeyer all had one hit.

Wheeler had two RBI while Lowery and Johnson each had one RBI.

Dalton Reedy pitched 4.1 innings and had four strikeouts, Ethan Fultz pitched 0.2 innings and Lowery pitched 1.0 innings and had two strikeouts.

The Braves (16-6) will look to bounce back at Charlestown on Thursday.

Salem knocks off Trinity

The Trinity Lutheran baseball team fell short at Salem on Tuesday night as the Lions beat the Cougars 8-6.

Trinity had six hits as Drake Goodpaster and Sage Broughton both had two, and Peyton Pollert and Chase Bode each had one.

Goodpaster, Broughton and Nathan Finke all had one RBI.

Nathan Voelker pitched 4.2 innings and had five strikeouts, and Pollert pitched 1.1 innings and had one strikeout.

The Cougars (10-11) will host New Washington on Saturday.

Tigers rally falls short

The Crothersville baseball team scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning to tie the game at Edinburgh and force extra innings.

Unfortunately for the Tigers, after scoring one run in the eighth inning to take the lead, the Lancers were able to walk it off in the bottom of the eighth with two runs to win the game 8-7.

Crothersville had 12 hits on the night as Beau Napier, Lucas Hilton and Devin Morgan all had three, and Dirk Crater, Corey Kelshaw and Devin Fitch each had one hit.

Morgan had two RBI, and Hilton and Crater each had one RBI.

Hilton pitched five innings and had nine strikeouts, and Napier pitched 2.1 innings and had four strikeouts.

The Tigers (1-12) will host Rock Creek Academy on Thursday.


Stars score late to top Seymour

The Seymour softball team led Bedford North Lawrence 4-3 heading into the last inning on Tuesday night at home, but then the Stars put up four runs in the seventh inning to win the game 7-4.

The Owls had nine hits on the night. Abby Followell had three, Jamie Bobb and Alexia Rieckers each had two, and Kendall Allman and Addyson Coomer each had one.

Followell had a two-run double for the Owls’ two RBI.

Taylor Stuckwisch pitched 5.2 innings and had three strikeouts, and Rieckers pitched 1.1 innings and had one strikeout.

The Owls (7-11) will play at Edinburgh on Thursday.

Dragons edge Braves

The Brownstown Central softball team led 1-0 against Silver Creek through four innings on Tuesday night, but then the Dragons scored one run each in the fifth and sixth innings to come away with the 2-1 victory.

The Braves had five hits in the game as Rylee May had two, and Kelsey Schneider, Kyndle Huddleston and Olivia Justice all had one.

Huddleston had the RBI double in the first inning to score May.

Schneider pitched all seven innings for Brownstown and had six strikeouts.

Tuesday night was also Senior Night for the Braves, who honored Rylin Huddleston, the lone senior on the roster, prior to the contest.

The Braves (12-9) will play at North Harrison on Thursday.


Owls host Panthers, Highlanders

The Seymour boys golf team hosted Jennings County and Floyd Central on Tuesday at Shadowood, and the Owls beat the Panthers and fell short of the Highlanders.

Floyd shot a 155, Seymour 175 and JC 188.

Manny Fontanez led the Owls with a 41, followed by Luke Baker 42, Ty Stuckwisch 43, Trevor Alberring 49, Noah Surface 56 and Noah Wineinger 57.

The Owls will be off until next Tuesday when they play at Columbus North.

Cougars play at South Central

The Trinity Lutheran boys golf team played at South Central on Tuesday night, and Trinity shot a team score of 222.

Jack Stuckwisch led the Cougars with a 48, Gabe Lorenz had a 56, Alex Overgaard 58 and Andrew Lemming 60.

The Cougars will play at Switzerland County on Friday.


Cougars beaten by Lions

Salem defeated Trinity Lutheran 4-1 on the Lions’ courts Tuesday afternoon.

Kiley Zabel and Carson Bowling earned Trinity’s point with a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 1 doubles.

The singles matches were closer than the final score might indicate.

Drew Hubbard lost the first set 6-2 at No. 1 singles, and lost a tie-breaker in the second set 9-3. Siddha Hall split sets at No. 2 singles, losing 6-3 and winning 6-3 before she lost a super tiebreaker 10-3, and Trinity’s Samantha Enzinger lost 6-2, 6-3 at No. 3 singles.

Emily Keller and Layla Jones lost 6-0, 6-2 at No. 2 doubles.

Trinity will play at New Washington on Friday.

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