Collins leads Braves with 1st medal
Brownstown Central’s KaCee Collins recorded her first medalist finish of the season by shooting 42 at Stone Crest Golf Community on Thursday.
The Braves scored 189 as a team, and neither Mitchell or Orleans fielded enough players to score.
Emma Zabor and Shelby Stuckwisch each shot 47s while Breonna Bottorff and Regan Campbell both carded 53s.
Braves run in Ramsey
The Brownstown Central boys and girls cross-country teams took on the North Harrison Invitational on Thursday.
Brownstown finished eighth for the girls and 12 in the boys of 13 teams with at least five runners.
Kaelyn Johnson led the Brownstown girls with a 20th place finish in 21:48.
Grace Garland was 43rd in 23:01, Kylee Wischmeier timed 23:26 for 49th, Shauna Drake clocked 23:39 for 55th and Kristen Stuckwisch placed 60th in 23:57.
North Oldham won the girls race with 50 points and Josie Berg (Forest Park) was the overall winner in 19:59.
For the Brownstown boys, Cameron Lee had the low placing (30th) with a time of 17:49.
Harlan Deaton was next in the 46th spot (18:18), Jeremy Pitts finished 82nd in 18:16, Trey Hackman’s Time of 19:17 was 83rd and Aaron Kruse ran a 19:51 for 92nd.
New Albany won as a team with 75 points while North Harrison, Austin and Jasper were separated by one point each for second through fourth.
Owls fall to Stars
Seymour’s boys tennis team lost 3-2 to Bedford North Lawrence at home Thursday evening.
Alex Berry defeated the Stars’ Ian Dillman 6-2, 6-4 at No. 1.
In the No. 2 singles spot, Ty McCory lost to the Stars’ Brandt Callahan 6-3, 6-2, 6-4.
Another Owls win came at No. 3 singles, with Adam Berry besting Logan Chastain 6-1, 6-1.
Grant Handloser and Johnny Rennekamp lost 6-3, 6-1 to Bedford North Lawrence’s Alex East and Corbin Buskey at No. 1 doubles.
Sam Schmidt and Jonathan Valasquez lost 6-2, 6-3, 6-3 to Bedford North Lawrence’s Isaac Titche and Christopher Kidd.
The Owls (2-4) host Brownstown at 4:30 p.m. today.
Owls fall to Bulldogs
The Seymour girls soccer team fell to Batesville 4-2 on Thursday.
The Owls trailed the Bulldogs 2-0 at the half.
After intermission, Katie O’Mara and Aidan Hiester accounted for the Seymour goals.
Grace Hartman and Marie Lenart were credited with assists.
In goal, Rachel Collett collected 13 saves.
The Bulldogs out-shot the Owls 18-7.
The Owls fell to 2-3 with the loss.