Local sports summary – Seymour Tribune

girls basketball

Braves fall in the east

The Brownstown girls’ basketball team suffered a 61-48 loss Tuesday night in Columbus East.

Maddy Hackman led the Braves with 12 points, followed by Kalee Borden with 11, Harley Toppe with seven, Kelsey Schneider with six, Addison Darlage with four, Hailey Hobson with four, Camryn Thompson with two and Kinzee Dean with two.

Saige Stahl, an Indiana State member, scored 28 points to lead the Olympians. Allison Craig and Maeleigh Roberts also scored 13 points each.

Brownstown beat East 13-11 in both the third and fourth quarters, but the Olympians had built too large a lead in the first half.

The loss put the Braves on a four-game winning streak. Brownstown is now 4-2 this season and next plays Scottsburg at home on Friday night.

Boys Basketball

Seymour suffers a loss at Corydon

The Seymour Boys basketball team played in close competition to open the season on the road at Corydon Central.

The Panthers were able to oust the Owls 63-59.

Landon Fritsch beat Seymour by 20 points on the night. Bret Perry scored 13, Eli Meyer eight, Ethan Silcox six, Jaylan Johnson four, Michael Brooks four, Charlie Longmeier two and Josh Rennekamp two.

The Panthers’ Anthony Martin scored a game-high 24 points, including 12 of 15 from the charity streak.

The Owls (0-1) will look to bounce back on Saturday when they serve at home to Columbus North.

Medora narrowly loses to Shawe

Shawe Memorial defeated the Medora Boys 59-54 in Tuesday night’s season opener for both teams on the Hilltoppers floor.

Medora led 51-50 in the fourth half, then fell 10 points before dropping to three points in the closing seconds. The Hornets attempted a 3-point shot that could have leveled the score, but missed and fouled a Shawe player who ended up taking two free throws.

Hornets coach Mark Morin said his team had 28 turnovers, 21 of them in the first half.

Shepard Earl led the Hornets with 25 points and freshman Hudson Johnson scored 10.

Medora (0-1) next plays at Vincennes Rivet on December 3rd.

Cougar’s drop opener

The Trinity Lutheran Boys Basketball lost on the road 65-40 Tuesday night in South Decatur.

The Cougars went down on 10 at the end of the first quarter, stayed down on 10 at halftime, and then South Decatur extended their lead to 15 going into fourth.

Eli Ballard scored nine, Charlie Hackman eight, Peyton Pollert seven, Levi Pottschimdt six, Luke Coomler five, Kole Shewmaker three and Kowan Gross two.

Trinity (0-1) will next play at Columbus East on December 2 before playing home against Hauser on December 3.

Waldron outperforms Crothersville

The Crothersville boys’ basketball team headed out to open its season Tuesday night but faced a tough test at Waldron when the Tigers lost 86-62.

Preston West led the Tigers with 26 points and Curtis Thompson added 15. Lucas Hilton had five points and eight rebounds, and Elijah Plasse added eight points.

Crothersville (0-1) plays Orleans in the Tigers’ home game on Saturday.


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