Braves falter despite effort


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Tribune photo by Dennis Dunn/ Brownstown Central sophomore Jaelyn Reynolds slips past Scottsburg's Katie Wampler for two points during Tuesday's Mid-Southern Conference game at Brownstown.


Tribune photo by Dennis Dunn/ Brownstown Central senior Kaylee Bennett, left, dribbles along the baseline against Scottsburg's Ashley Elliott during Tuesday's Mid-Southern Conference game at Brownstown.


BROWNSTOWN

The Brownstown Central girls basketball team honored its seniors Tuesday night before the Mid-Southern Conference game against Scottsburg.

Things looked a little bleak for the Braves early in the fourth quarter as the Warriorettes opened up a 19-point lead. The Braves found some momentum and cut the lead down to four points, but they succumbed late as the visitors ruined their Senior Night with a 55-49 win.

“It is disappointing in a way, but I am proud of the effort that our girls had to fight back,” Braves coach Karla Rieckers said. “If you saw us in the first half, I looked at my coaches and I said, ‘I don’t know what to do.’ Everything I had on the scouting report and everything that we had went over in practice, we didn’t do.

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