Local sports roundup – May 7

Tribune staff reports


The Brownstown Central girls track and field team notched nine first-place finishes as the team topped Indian Creek and Edinburgh on Tuesday in Trafalgar.

The Braves scored 91 points while Indian Creek had 61 and Edinburgh accumulated 12.

In the 4×800-meter relay, Hannah Gallion, Mackinzey Warren, Sarah Shoemaker and Morgan Harrison earned a blue ribbon for the Braves with a combined time of 12:34. Gallion also placed first in the 800, finishing in 2:58.98.

Elisa Gallion earned first in the 100 hurdles in 17.58, and Olivia Goecker took the 300 hurdles in 51.27.

The Braves’ Kristen Stuckwisch claimed first in the 400 with a 1:04.97.

For the 3,200, Alexis Koch placed first in 13:50.20.

Madison Klinge, K. Stuckwisch, Goecker and E. Gallion combined for 4:33.24 to take first in the 4×400 relay.

Jaelyn Reynolds, fresh off a college signing, threw 32-2½ for first in the shotput and 109-7 in the discus.


Braves drop close match to Panthers


The Brownstown Central girls tennis team dropped a pair of doubles matches and their No. 1 singles spot in a 3-2 loss at Jennings County on Tuesday.

Freshman Laken Reynolds picked up a victory at No. 2 singles, 4-6, 6-4, 7-5, against the Panthers’ Kristen Nottingham.

Braves senior Brooke Hattabaugh grabbed the other win in a 5-7, 7-6 (8), 7-5 thriller against Rebecca Driver.


Tigers compete at Chariot Run


The Crothersville boys golf team was led by Tyler Ludeman’s 44 while competing against Henryville, South Central and Borden at Chariot Run on Tuesday.

Next for the Tigers was Parker Adams, who shot a 59. Conner Adams also scored a 65 for the Tigers.

Borden’s Kamden Hurst and South Central’s Sutton Day finished as co-medalists with 40 strokes.