Local sports roundup – May 23

Prep roundup


Owls struggle in HHC


The Hoosier Hills Conference tournament was completed Monday afternoon at Elks Run Golf Club after weather cut play short Saturday.

Seymour finished last in the eight-team field with 409 strokes.

Madison won the tournament with a 312, Floyd Central was runner-up at 314 and Bedford North Lawrence placed third by combining for 322.

Jeffersonville’s Jay Williams was medalist with a one-over-par 73.

Tyler Bullard led Seymour with 81 strokes, Brantley Adams shot 103, Tom Hoffmeier carded 11 and Noah Beaty scored 114. JP Nay shot a 117 for Seymour.


Seymour tops Generals


Seymour concluded their 2017 regular season with a 2-0 victory at Clarksville.

The win marked the seventh straight road victory for the Owls.

Seymour (15-8) scored one in the first and a final run in the seventh inning.

Alan Perry got the shutout win on the mound, going the distance, with 15 strikeouts, four hits and two walks.

The Owls out-hit the Generals by six in the contest.

Ty McCory led the Owls with three hits and Seth Maki had two.

McCory, Maki and Luis Munoz each had a double. Maki and Tyler Bloom had RBIs.

On Wednesday, Seymour will face Floyd Central in the Bedford North Lawrence Sectional’s late game.

Stars edge Braves

Class 4A No. 6 Bedford North Lawrence scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to defeat Brownstown Central 4-3 on Monday.

The teams were tied at 3-3 after four innings of play.

Both teams finished with three hits, but Brownstown Central had three errors to the Stars’ two.

Seth Borden led the Braves with two hits, including a double, and an RBI. Carson Lambring also had an RBI for the Braves.

Brownstown Central finished their regular season at 15-8 and will play North Harrison on Friday in the Silver Creek (Sellersburg) Sectional.

Tigers fall to Rebels


Southwestern shut out Crothersville 10-0 in six innings on Monday.

With the loss, the Tigers finish the regular season 2-17.

The Rebels out-hit the Tigers 15-4 in the contest.

Logan Brewer led the Tigers with two hits on the afternoon.

Jessie Fink was dealt the loss on the mound, pitching three innings and

Crothersville will play West Washington on Wednesday in Campbellsburg in the sectional semifinals.