Sports Briefs for Feb. 7th


Local Sports Briefs

Seymour Middle School bowling

There will be a callout meeting for potential bowlers and their parents at 6 p.m. Feb. 13 at Seymour High School. The meeting will be near the bus lobby, so parents may park in the bus line and enter through Door 2 to the bus lobby. This is on the Second Street side of the building.

Middle school bowling is open to grades 5 to 8. The meeting will discuss paperwork, fees, schedules and expectations as well as introduce the coaches and maybe some of the high school bowlers. You do not have to have your own equipment.

Bring your Chromebook to the meeting.

HBCA All-District


Journee Brown and Kendall Sterling were both selected to the Hoosier Basketball Coaches Association All-District 4 team. Both seniors had productive final high school seasons for the Lady Owls.

Sterling is heading to Thomas More University in Kentucky to continue her athletic and academic career. She leaves the Owls passing the 1,000-point threshold in her career along with averaging 14.5 points per game this season. She led the girls in assists with 5.3 per game and steals with 2 per game.

Brown is moving to Taylor University for her academic and athletic career. She averaged 13.7 ppg along with leading the team in rebounding with 6.3 per game.

The Owls finished their season with an 11-12 record.

Providence All-Tournament Team

Brownstown Central

The Lady Braves captured their fifth-straight sectional title. Three players were selected to the all-tournament team. Jenna Klosterman, Harley Toppe and Sophie Wischmeier all represented the Braves on the team for their play during the opening weekend of postseason.

Brownstown will now focus on facing South Spencer (14-11) in the regional final at Charlestown High School on Saturday at 1 p.m.

Tickets: $10 and must be purchased digitally and this link

There will be no livestream for the girls basketball regional at Charlestown on Saturday.

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