Local sports roundup – January 14


Tigers drop Warriors


Giving up eight points or fewer in each quarter against Christian Academy, Crothersville ran away with a 55-22 win Friday.

The Tigers built a 13-2 lead after eight minutes and bolstered their advantage to 23-6 at the half.

After leading 36-14 in three quarters, the Tigers out-scored the Warriors 19-8 in the fourth quarter.

Katrina Christian led the Tigers with 23 points and 12 rebounds and Piper Hensley scored 12 points.

The Crothersville junior varsity squad defeated CAI 39-22 to claim their 10th win of the season. It’s the most wins ever for a Tigers JV girls team.

Today, the Tigers (12-6) host Lanesville for a varsity-only contest at noon.



Owls second in 4-way competition

Franklin Central edged Seymour 99.600-98.775 to win a four-way meet with Brebuf (31.075) and Scecina (87.075) on Thursday.

Seymour’s Kellsye Warner took first on the bars with a score of 8.600 and was second in the vault (8.450) and beam (9.200).

Avery DeHart scored 8.950 for second on the floor.

Warner’s all-around score of 35.125 earned second on the night.

The girls added in several new skills tonight. The new skills are in but they are not solid yet. The team left points on beam and vault due to falls.

“The team is aware of what needs to happen to get the scores,” Owls coach Angie Mellencamp said. ” This week each girl has been battling different health battles. Hopefully next everyone will be back to 100%. We are looking forward to getting back after it next week at home.”