Sports Roundup for Aug. 29


Brownstown and Trinity Lutheran cross country

The Brownstown Central girls competed at the Salem Invitational on Saturday.

The Braves took the top spot in the girls competition, winning with a team score of 43. Xian Academy was runner-up with 48. Mitchell finished third with 62, Madison was next with 71 and Clarksville finished fifth in the race with a team score of 128.

Cambell Shasteen finished in fourth place for the Braves. Tori Lokey followed in 10th, while Trinity Cody ended in 12th, and Kelsey Schneider secured 15th. Claire Schepman and Chelsie Combs finished out the scoring for Brownstown, finishing in 24th and 25th.

The Trinity Lutheran boys cross country team also competed at the Salem Invitational. The Cougars had three runners competing, including Braxton Sinclair, who was 16th at 20:47, Rylan Adair finished 29th with a time of 22:26 and Stephan Trager was 42nd in 25:13.

Trinity Lutheran girls golf

The Cougars’ Allison Schocke competed at St. Anne’s Golf Course in North Vernon on Monday.

In her nine holes of work, Schocke recorded a score of 55. She competed against Jennings County and Washington.

Schocke will compete at Shadowood Golf Course today along with the Seymour Owls varsity team, which hosts Bedford North Lawrence at 4:30 p.m.

Brownstown Central girls golf

The Braves girls golf team hosted Salem at Hickory Hills Golf Club in Brownstown on Monday.

The girls defended their home course, winning the meet with a score of 188. Salem scored 250 in the outing.

Gracie Reynolds led the way for Brownstown with 40 to earn medalist honors. Khloe Lingenfelter scored 47, while Megan VonDielingen carded 49. Abby Schroer finished with 52, Jayda Clodfelder ended with 53.

Seymour girls golf

The Owls golf team traveled to face Columbus East on Monday.

The Olympians edged Seymour, winning the meet 200-212.

Shana Spray and Emmy Followell both scored 51 in the meet. Katie Cottrill finished with 53, while Caroline Dennis scored 57. Emily Windley ended the round with 68.

Crothersville volleyball

Crothersville lost 25-13, 25-12, 25-13 at South Decatur on Monday night.

Leading servers for the Tigers were Brooklyn Bottorff 9-10 and Grace Smith 8-8. Zoey Prince was 11-12-3 and Bottorff was 11-13-4 in attacks.

Bottorff had nine digs, and Maddie Smith had eight, while Grace Smith was 40-40-7 in assists.

The Tigers (1-10) will host Medora on Thursday at 6 p.m. for a varsity-only match.

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