Local sports roundup



Trinity rolls past New Washington

The Trinity Lutheran baseball team had an offensive explosion on Saturday against New Washington as the Cougars won 19-2.

Nathan Voelker, Drake Goodpaster, Sage Broughton and Kowan Gross all had two hits, and Peyton Pollert had one hit.

Broughton hit a home run and led the team with four RBI, Voelker, Goodpaster and Gross each had three RBI and Blaine Wehmiller and Luke Coomler both had one RBI.

Jackson Trueblood and Goodpaster both scored four runs, Broughton scored three, Voelker, Gross and Coomler each scored two and Andrew Bell and Pollert both scored one.

Trueblood pitched four innings and had seven strikeouts, and Chase Bode pitched the final inning for Trinity.

The Cougars (11-12) will be playing at Southwestern (Shelby) later today.

Brownstown wins doubleheader

The Brownstown Central baseball team picked up two wins at Borden on Saturday, winning the first game 7-6 and the second game 19-8.

In the first game, Brownstown had 11 hits. Ethan Garland, Grayson Cassidy, Jaxson Johnson and Chick Tiemeyer all had two hits, and Carson Darlage, Trent Lowery and Lane Pendleton all had one hit.

Cassidy and Tiemeyer each had two RBI, and Garland, Lowery and Johnson each had one RBI. Darlage pitched four innings and had 12 strikeouts, and Ethan Fultz pitched three innings and had two strikeouts.

In the second game, BC had 12 hits. Darlage, Lowery and Tiemeyer each had two hits, and Garland, Evan Schneider, Johnson, Fultz, Dalton Reedy and Preston Garrison all had one hit.

Darlage had six RBI, including a grand slam home run. Johnson, Reedy and Garrison each had two RBI, and Garland, Lowery, Pierson Wheeler, Fultz and Tiemeyer all had one RBI.

Pendleton pitched four innings and had four strikeouts, and Johnson pitched one inning with three strikeouts.

The Braves (18-7) will be playing at Silver Creek later today.

Tigers call game due to weather

The Crothersville baseball team called its first game against Thrival Indy Academy on Saturday when lightning struck in the sixth inning, and Thrival was ahead 17-10.

The Tigers also decided to cancel the second game because of the forecast the rest of the day.

In the first game, Crothersville had 10 hits. Beau Napier, Lucas Hilton and Devin Morgan each had two hits, and Corey Reynolds, Dirk Crater, Corey Kelshaw and Caden Lewis each had one hit.

Morgan and Kelshaw each had two RBI, and Napier, Reynolds and Crater all had one RBI.

Hilton had four strikeouts and Blake Robinson had one strikeout.

The Tigers (1-14) will play at Lanesville later today.


Seymour plays three at Greenfield

The Seymour softball team played three games at Greenfield on Saturday, and the Owls went 1-2 on the day.

Seymour started out with a 9-2 loss to Greenfield-Central, then the Owls rolled to a 15-2 victory over Warren Central, and then Frankton topped Seymour 10-1 to close the day.

In the first game, Seymour had five hits as Abby Followell, Kendall Allman, Alexia Rieckers and Delaney Warren all had one hit. Avery Stewart had an RBI to score Followell. Rieckers pitched four innings and had three strikeouts, and Taylor Stuckwisch pitched two innings with one strikeout.

In the victory, Seymour had eight hits as Addyson Coomer and Jamie Bobb each had two, and Followell, Stuckwisch, Rieckers and Zoe Williams each had one. Coomer had two RBI, and Rieckers, Warren and Williams each had one RBI. Stuckwisch pitched two innings with three strikeouts, and Williams pitched three innings with four strikeouts.

In the final game, Bobb had two hits, and Rieckers, Stewart and Addison Reed each had one. Rieckers had the RBI to score Mackenzie Bryson. Rieckers pitched 2.2 innings with one strikeout, and Stuckwisch pitched 3.1 innings with three strikeouts.

The Owls (8-13) will play at Silver Creek later today.

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