Sports Roundup for Oct. 1st


Local Sports Roundup



The Tigers faced off with the Rising Sun on Saturday, going on the road, dropping the match in three sets. Crothersville fell to Rising Sun 23-25, 15-25, 10-25.

Crothersville fell to 4-22 and will host New Washington on Monday at 6 p.m for a varsity-only matchup.

Serving: Elayna Ord, 13-15-5 Aces. Maddie Smith, 10-10-2 Aces

Setting: Makenna Newberry, 28-30-4 Assists. Grace Smith, 33-34-5 Assists.

Hitting: Elayna Ord, 7-8-4 Kills. Brooklyn Bottorff, 21-23-3 Kills.

Digs: Zoey Prince, 8 Digs. Brooklyn Bottorff, 8 Digs.

Cross country

Brownstown Central

The Braves competed in the 2023 Pacer Invitational on Saturday, winning the boys side of the event with a score of 22.

Shane Ratliff won the event with a time of 16:50.55. His brother, Chance, finished in second place with a time of 16:59.06.

Traven Wellman followed in fourth place with a time of 18:16.30. Eli Crockett finished in eighth, clocking 18:45.71, while Damien Owens finished in 10th at 18:55.16. Garrett Driver finished 16th with a time of 19:38.53, while Brady Blann ended in 39th with a time of 25:34.07.

The girls finished in second place with a score of 41, just 12 points behind the winning team in Switzerland County. Trinity Cody led the way for Brownstown with a third-place finish and a time of 22:30.90. Cambell Shasteen ended in sixth with a time of 23:07.94, while Tori Lokey ended in eighth with a time of 24:06.08.

Kelsey Schneider clocked 25:07.29, good enough for a 15th-place finish. Claire Schepman ended in 20th with a time of 26:10.82. Chelsie Combs ended in 22nd with a 26:20.34 with Maddie Singleton finishing in 25th with a 27:02.39.


The Tigers competed in the Southern Athletic Conference meet on Saturday at Borden. Crothersville finished in fifth place as a team with a score of 85. South Central took first place in the event with a score of 45.

Crothersville was led by Koby Davis, who finished in eighth place with a time of 18:01.04.

Beau Napier ended in 14th with a time of 18:51.72, while Dirk Crater recorded an 18th-place finish with 19:22.61. Kaleb Moeller ended the race in 21st, clocking 19:38.17. Brayden Heath finished in 24th with a time of 20:17.51 with Corey Reynolds finishing in 36th to round out the Tigers. Reynolds recorded a 26:31.70 in the competition.

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