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Softball

The Cougars advance to the title section game

HENRYVILLE – Trinity Lutheran’s softball team used Kamzi Gross’s strong pitching performance and 10-stroke attack to beat Henryville’s 7-3 win over Henryville Sectional on Tuesday night.

The win put the Cougars (12-8) ahead in Friday’s 5:30 tournament game against New Washington.

After the team struggled in two goalless innings, Gross opened the third inning on the left field with a home run over the fence. He said he was the third homer of the season and that he felt special, “Especially since I lost my free kick in recent games. It’s amazing to get a home run in the sections.”

The Cougars added races to the next four sessions for Henryville to win for the second time this season.

Bailey Tabeling tripled in the fourth to drive a run, Olivia Cain had a single RBI in the fifth, Gross had a double RBI in the sixth and Amanda Finke and Tabeling ran in the seventh.

Cougars coach Bob Tabeling said this win was a little easier than the Cougars had won against the Hornets earlier this season.

“It’s a good game every time we play in Henryville,” he said. “We played three times last year. A couple of them were 1 or 2 games. We played early this year and were tied in the seventh, so it’s nice to get a good, strong win.

“Kamzi did a great job on the circle and on the plate. You set your age to have days like this and it was a great day today. This is probably the fifth time Kamzi has been opposed

group of girls. He held them, throwing them forward, throwing blows, mixing them in his fields. ‘

Trinity made no mistakes and Hornets made six mistakes.

Gross had three hits, Tabeling and Madison Keith had two hits, and Ally Russell, Cain and Dianna Munoz.

Gross had a two-hit shutdown until Autumn Osborne made a 3-run homer at the bottom of the seventh.

Gross hit five, walked one and had five strikeouts.

“You have to keep it low and away,” he said. “I kept it low and out and threw drop curves to keep it away. It’s amazing to know that we can win the good of that team. It’s amazing to be in a section tournament. ”

The owl will meet the Highlanders

The Seymour softball team played its section game at Floyd Central on Tuesday night against the Highlanders, but that was a later game and with nine innings before New Albany and Jeffersonville, Owls’ results were not available at press time.

The results will be posted online at tribtown.com and in Thursday’s Tribune.

Tennis

The owls will fall in the regional semifinals

The Seymour tennis team suffered a 3-2 defeat to Bloomington North at Bloomington High School South on Tuesday in the regional semifinals.

Madalyn Baurel lost 0-6 and 0-6 in two singles, Caroline Thompson and Ava Sunbury lost 3-6 and 2-6 in doubles and Jessica Hougland and Addison Hunsley lost 1-6 and 5-7 in doubles.

Seymour’s points came in the singles three, where Elise Hartung won 6-3, 6-2 and Brooke Schafstall won 5-7, 6-1 and 6-3 in a singles.

Although Seymour’s season ended as a team, as Schafstall won his individual match, he will remain solo at the post-season level.

Baseball

The Tigers lose a close game

The Crothersville baseball team had a close game against Indiana Washington on Tuesday night, but lost 9-5.

Lucas Hilton led the Tigers with three hits tonight, and Caden Lewis, Ian Tatlock, Devin Morgan, Logen O’Sullivan and Dirk Crater had a blow. Tatlock had three RBIs and Crater had one RBI.

Hilton had three innings and nine strikeouts and Matthew Clouse had four innings and four strikeouts.

The Tigers will play New Washington on Friday in a Shawe Memorial section match.

Cougars won Shawe

The Trinity baseball team won 5-4 at the Shawe Memorial on Tuesday in their sixth straight game.

Kowan Gross started and Nathan Voelker came in to relieve him and he got the win. Peyton Pollert, Evan Hunt and Luke Coomler had the RBI in the game.

The Cougars are now 9-18 and have a big push against the sections against Jac-Cen-Del on Monday.

Golf

The owl makes the best round

The Seymour boys golf team had its best test of the season on Tuesday as Owls took on Providence and HHC champion Bedford North Lawrence Stars.

Seymour defeated both teams with a 162 team. BNL 164 and Providence 178.

Manny Fontanez and Andon Self scored 39, Oliver Kardos 41, Ty Stuckwisch 43, Noah Surface 45 and Trevor Alberring 50.

The Owls will compete in the Jennings County Invitations this Saturday.

Braves beat Mitchell

The Brownstown boys golf team defeated Mitchell 169-239 on Tuesday at Stonecrest Golf Course.

Caiden won the Gwin Medal in the 41st round. Chandler Stahl 42, Matthew Reedy and Smith Hackman both 43, Elix Preston 44, Jaren Cunningham 46, Caden Waskom 47, Connor Gwin 48, Cole Brelage 48 and Carson Darlage. 50.

This was the Braves ’last game of the regular season before the June sections.

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