Tribune staff reports
Four Seymour wrestlers finished with winning records in Saturday’s Columbus East. But the Owls went 0-5 on the day.
Seymour had close losses to Greenwood (43-30), Center Grove (39-37) and Washington (42-36), but the Owls were dominated by Columbus East (62-12) and Evansville Reitz (65-9).
Tyler Loud won four bouts by pin in the 220-pound division, and his only loss was a 3-1 decision against Evansville Reitz. Adam Wolka at 285 also went 4-1, winning three by forfeit and one by pin. He lost a tiebreaker 1 2-1 against Columbus East.
Matthew Ruddick at 145 won by pin twice and major decision once, while Richard Rohde at 160 had a pair of pins and a forfeit. The Owls’ Tristan Sitterding (170) and Keenan Bohall (152) each went 2-3.
Seymour is back in action Tuesday at Indian Creek.
Swimming and diving
Seymour 77, Floyd Central 108
The Seymour girls won four individual events and a relay, but Floyd Central took the top two spots in five events and won two relays for a 108-77 victory. The Highlanders made it a sweep with a 129-56 win in the boys meet.
Sidney Stout and Allison Hayes went 1-2 in the 50 and 100 freestyle races, and Stout helped the 200 medley relay team place first. Alex Hawkins also was on that relay team, and she won the 100 backstroke and 200 individual medley.
Noah Bullard claimed the boys team’s sole victory, winning the 100 breaststroke. Floyd Central won all three relays, including a 1-2 finish in the 400 freestyle relay.
On Thursday, the girls will go to Jennings County for the Hoosier Hills Conference preliminaries, and they will return for the consolation and final rounds Saturday. The boys are off until the Jan. 17 home meet against Columbus East.
Crothersville 67, Cannelton 58
Cannelton had a three-point lead early in the fourth quarter of Friday’s game, and Crothersville guard Gene Hodge was whistled for his fourth foul.
Coach Greg Kilgore put Caleb Minton in the game, and he drew a charge on Brandon Cook. Kilgore said that changed the momentum of the game, and the Tigers outscored the Bulldogs 15-7 in the quarter for a 67-58 win.
The Tigers’ Brian Money led all scorers with 25 points, while Hodge had 24, and Grayson Barnes had a game-high 20 rebounds along with nine points. Crothersville had a 39-24 rebounding advantage.
Cook, who is averaging 30 points a game, led the Bulldogs with 18 points.
Crothersville snapped a six-game skid and is 3-7 going into Tuesday’s home game against West Washington.
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