Sports Roundup for Oct. 16th



The Hornets battled with Rising Sun on Saturday in the sectional semifinals. Medora would unfortunately drop the match in three sets 25-11, 25-9, 25-20.

The Shiners gathered control of the matchup throughout the first two sets. Medora would try to get a set win in the third set but fell short by five points.

The Hornets end their season with a 7-20 record.

Cross country

Brownstown Central

The Braves competed in their sectional competition at Bedford North Lawrence on Saturday.

The boys finished in fourth place with the girls finishing in fifth place. Both teams advance to their regional competition at Angel Mounds next Saturday. The boys will compete at 10:30 a.m. with the girls at 11:15 a.m.

Brownstown’s boys were led by Shane and Chance Ratliff. Shane finished in 12th with a time of 16:57.71 with Chance finishing in 16th with a 17:19.90. Traven Wellman ended in 27th..Eli Crockett followed with a 29th-place finish. Damien Owens finished in 36th with a time of 19:32. Garrett Driver finished in 43rd, and Brady Blann rounded out the scores with a 77th-place finish.

For the girls, Trinity Cody led the Braves with a 22nd-place finish, clocking 22:20.19 in the effort. Tori Lokey ended in 25th with a time of 22:31.83, while Kelsey Schneider finished in 29th with a 23:11.07. Cambell Shasteen ended in 31st with a 23:21.74, and Chelsie Combs clocked a 26:23.13, good enough for a 50th-place finish. Claire Schepman ended in 58th, while Rozelynn Abell finished in 63rd for the Braves.


The Tigers competed in their sectional on Saturday at Hanover College.

Crothersville finished in 10th place as a team with 229 points.

Koby Davis and Beau Napier lead the way, advancing to the regional meet individually. The regional meet will take place at Shelbyville next Saturday at 10:30 a.m.

Davis finished in 19th with a time of 19:04.40. Napier ended in 36th with a 19:29.70. Kaleb Moeller finished in 42nd, while Brayden Heath ended the day in 51st for the Tigers.