Braves win invite
Brownstown Central placed five runners inside the top-15, including three in the top-10, to win the Eastern Invitational on Tuesday.
Brownstown Central scored 40 points for the trophy, and was followed by Charlestown (52), Salem (62), Eastern (100) and West Washington (119).
Destiny Satterthwaite paced the Braves, placing third of 43 runners, with a time of 22-minutes, 29-seconds.
Kaelyn Johnson clocked 22:45 for fourth place, Grace Garland grabbed 10th in 23:56, Claire Poulton timed 24:03 for 12th and Emma Winks finished 14th in 24:09 for the Braves.
Charlestown’s Carley Conway was individual winner in 21:57.
Running for Crothersville, Grace Wilson placed sixth (23:01) and Piper Hensley was 18th (24:49).
Medora’s lone runner, Charley Pumphrey, ran a 29:10 for 40th.
Braves 3rd at Eastern
Brownstown Central’s 92 points finished them third of seven teams at the Eastern Invitational on Tuesday.
The home school won with 31 points and Borden were runner-up scoring 49.
Jeremy Pitts and Ethan Caroll led the Braves, finishing 9th and 10th, of 50 runners, with times of 18:53 and 19:02.
Trey Hackman ran a 19:26 for 15th, Sean Tharp was 33rd in 22:16 and Charles Ault timed 22:53 to place 39th.
Crothersville’s Lane Winehorst paced the team’s three runners, clocking 19:07 for 13th overall. The Tigers’ David Rose was 23rd (20:41) and Noah Hoskins finished 46th (24:34)
Eastern’s Uriah Guthrie had the fastest time of the day, hitting the finish in 17:46.
Braves earn MSC win
Brownstown Central made quick work of Mid-Southern Conference foe Corydon Central 25-3, 25-15, 25-6 on Tuesday.
Keeli Darlage led the Braves’ attack with 10 kills on 22 hits. She also topped the Braves with five aces.
Brooklyn Snodgrass had four aces, going 20-for-20 on serves, to go along with nine digs.
As a team, the Braves made all 73 attempts with 14 aces.
Brownstown (12-7, 5-1 MSC) play at Columbus North on Thursday.
Lions sweep Tigers
Crothersville didn’t win a set in a 25-15, 25-12, 25-5 loss at Rock Creek Academy on Tuesday.
Maddie Riley had 24 hits and Bekah Cook added eight.
Sam Hurtt had both of the Tigers’ aces.
The Tigers (2-9) will host South Central for a Southern Athletic Conference match Thursday.
Hornets win in four
Medora defeated South Central 15-25, 25-23, 26-24, 25-21 Tuesday in a tight match.
Alli Carney was 37-for-39 on hits with seven kills to lead the Hornets. Kailen Flynn and Katie Beesley also each totaled seven kills.
Flynn, Carney and Keyla Newby each had two aces for Medora.
Medora (4-7) will play at Lighthouse Christian on Friday.
Owls top Eagles
Seymour took all three singles spots in a 4-1 victory against Brown County on Tuesday.
Both Ty McCory, at No. 1 singles, and No. 2 singles’ Adam Berry won their matches 6-0, 6-0.
Isaac Hardin picked up a 6-3, 6-2 win at No. 3 singles and the No. 2 doubles team of Trey Hohenstreiter and Brandon Hubbard won 6-0, 6-2.
At No. 1 doubles, Will Rinehart and Sam Schmidt lost a hard-fought match in a third set tiebreaker 5-7, 6-2, 10-8.
Seymour (5-4) will host Columbus East Thursday.
Owls drop HHC match
Floyd Central defeated Seymour 3-1 in a Hoosier Hills Conference match Tuesday.
The Owls’ lone goal was scored by Keegan Sunbury off an assist from Daniel Hartman.
The Owls (8-2-1, 1-2-1 HHC) will play at Madison on Thursday for another conference matchup.