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Brown County 51, Linton-Stockton 87, Western Boone 100, West Vigo 109, Lebanon 118, Shakamak 148, Washington 162, St. Clair Missouri 196, Sullivan 209, South Vermillion 221, North Montgomery 246, Rockville 293, North Central (Farm) 387
Brown Co.: 1. Wyatt Wyman 16:48, 5. Marino Dolph 17:31.9, 6. Jackson McPheeters, 14:34.1, 18. Tim Kilburn 18:38.4, 23. Jordan Dolph 19:02.5, 61. Cameron Fox 21:08.9, 100. Billy Webb 23:18.3
Carmel 53, Austin 64, Oak Hill 141, Brown County 174 (4th of 34 teams)
Brown Co.: 1. Wyatt Wyman 16:14.7 (PR), 8. Jackson McPheeters 16:59.0 (PR), 19. Marino Dolph 17:17.3, 37. Tim Kilburn 18:11.1 (PR), 56. Jordan Dolph 19:05.7, 76. Cameron Fox 19:56.5 (PR), 102. Billy Webb 21:53.3 (PR), 348. Jason Statton 25:14.1
Coach’s comments: Leading the Eagles was Wyatt Wyman with another first-place finish. He set his all-time personal best in 16:14. The Eagles had a total of five personal bests in the meet.
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West Vigo 73, Shakamak 92, Vincennes Lincoln 93, Brown County 94, St. Clair Missouri 112, Clay City 146, Lebanon 150, Sullivan 226, Washington 231, Rockville 248, Linton Stockton 253
Brown Co.: 2. Emelia Koester 20:06.5, 5. Anna Fleetwood 21:16.2, 15. Emma Debord 22:47.3, 18. Maris Wyman 23.13.3, 69. Angel Meece 27:09.4
Carmel 43, Forest Park 109, Bloomington South 140, West Vigo 193, Bloomington North 223, Sacred Heart Academy 224, Presentation Academy 251, Brownstown Central 270, Columbus North 273, Brown County 305 (10th of 30 teams)
Brown Co.: 2. Emelia Koester 19:27.9 (PR), 6. Anna Fleetwood 20:44.6 (PR), 36. Maris Wyman 22:41.8 (PR), 292. Claire Dannelly 31:55.1
Coach’s comments: The Eagles again were led by Emelia Koester and Anna Fleetwood with second- and sixth-place finishes. Three girls had their all-time personal bests. The Eagles continue to improve and should be ready to compete Sept. 17 after a week off.
Cascade 15, Brown County 8
BC: 0 0 0 8 — 8
C: 7 2 0 6 — 15
Brown Co. (2-1, 0-0 WIC East): 1Q 3-yard TD run by Cascade, PAT good; 2Q Cascade tacked Noah Carter in end zone for a safety; 4Q Cascade 2-yard TD run, PAT no good; Carter 25-yard TD pass to Ezra Scully, 2-point conversion good to Tristan Richards.
Indian Creek 52, Brown County 7
BC: 0 7 0 0 — 7
IC: 8 21 21 2 — 52
Brown Co. (3-1, 0-0 WIC East): Passing: Noah Carter 109 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT. Rushing: Carter 4 attempts, 19 yards; Griffin Kelly 3 attempts; Zacc Sheppard 7 attempts, 25 yards. Receiving: Ezra Scully 4 receptions, 42 yards, 1 TD; Tristan Richards 4 receptions, 24 yards; Jordan Oswald 2 receptions, 21 yards; Kelly 3 receptions, 22 yards. Tackles: Kelly 6, Alex Carney 5, Richards 5, Layton Mosier 3.5, Bryce Malan 3, Christian Fouts 2, Sheppard 1.5, Hunter Funkhouser 1.5, Bryce Denton 1, Alex Baker 0.5.
Brown County 217, Eastern no score
Brown Co.: Ashley Masteller 43, Allison Stogsdill 52, Taylor Poling 58, Courtney Hill 64, Aubrey Hollander 68.
Coach’s comments: The Eagles left four of their key players at home Wednesday to allow some of the younger players a chance to see an unfamiliar course, Hidden Hills Golf Course, and came away with a win over an Eastern Greene team that was represented by only two players. Hidden Hills is very hilly and plays longer than many of the courses we play, so it was a great opportunity for the girls. Ashley bounced back nicely after a rough start, and Allison posted her best score of the season.
Brown County 205, Owen Valley 233
Brown Co.: Ashley Masteller 45 (medalist), Meghan Cassiday 53, Jessica Taylor 53, Lauren Burker 54, Aubrey Hollander 54, Allison Stogsdill 54, Taylor Poling 55, Courtney Hill 67.
Coach’s comments: After nearly a month without a home match, the Eagles were grateful to get back to Salt Creek Golf Course. They showed their appreciation by shooting a solid 205, good enough for a comfortable win over the Owen Valley Patriots. Ashley Masteller’s 45 led the Eagles and got her medalist honors. Six of the remaining seven Eagles posted scores between 53 and 55 to help secure the win. Although it was nice to see our scores more tightly bunched, I think some of our players are capable of knocking off some strokes. The 205 was solid, right at our season average, but at home on a beautiful afternoon, we are capable of shooting in the low to mid 190s.
Columbus East 3, Brown County 2
No. 1 singles: Chase Watson (BC) d. Jackson Stevens (CE) 6-4, 6-2
No. 2 singles: Luke Miller (CE) d. Aaron McCann (BC) 3-6, 7-5, 6-4
No. 3 singles: Pranav Kumar (CE) d. Aiden Burt (BC) 6-4, 3-6, 6-1
No. 1 doubles: Abe Oliver/Elijah Roush (BC) d. Nathan Hatchett/Bryce Buening (CE) 4-6, 7-5, 6-2 and in
No. 2 doubles: Caige Comstock/Jalen Pleak (CE) d. Nolan Patterson/ Nathaniel Fox (BC) 3-6, 7-5, 7-6 (5)
No. 1 doubles: Noah Cochran/Spencer Blee (BC) d. Nick Vanaartsen/Aaron Hunter (CE) 6-3, 6-4
Coach’s comments: The young Eagles almost pulled off a great win, but lost a heartbreaker to Columbus East. It is the close ones that sometimes really frustrate players and coaches. This team will continue to progress and get better. The next time we will not let these missed opportunities to get away from us. Abe and Elijah really came roaring back to take a 3-set victory and Chase played a very methodical match and let his opponent beat himself with numerous unforced errors. Aaron and Aiden were a shot or two from a big win. The doubles team of Nolan and Nathaniel were a within a shot of pulling out a victory, but just came up short. I have no doubt that the we grew as a team tonight and in the future we will not let opportunities like this slip away. We can learn a lot about ourselves after a loss, sometimes more than in a win.
Brown Co.: 1-8, 0-1 WIC East
Edgewood 4, Brown County 1
No. 1 singles: Austin Hammond (E) d. Chase Watson (BC) _ 6-4, 6-4
No. 2 singles: Aaron McCann (BC) d. Evan Whitlow (E) 6-0, 7-5
No. 3 singles: Houston Holmes (E) d. Aiden Burt (BC) 6-0, 6-0
No. 1 doubles: Noah Brooks/Tyler Lunn (E) d. Abe Oliver/Elijah Roush (BC) 6-2, 6-1
No. 2 doubles: Ben Holmes/Carson Thummel (E) d. Nathaniel Fox/Nolan Patterson (BC) 6-2, 6-3
No. 1 singles: Lincoln Hammond (E) d. Reid Davis (BC) 8-2
No. 2 singles: Lincoln Hammond (E) d. John Oliver (BC) 8-2
No. 1 doubles: Chris McBride/Cole Burden (E) d. Noah Cochran/Cesar (BC) 8-6
No. 2 doubles: John Maegerlin/Spencer Thompson (E) d. Spencer Blee/Ethan Maggard (BC) 8-6
No. 3 doubles: Spencer Blee/Noah Cochran (BC) d. Cooper Thacker/Daniel Thompson (E) 6-4
Coach’s comments: After a long layoff, the Eagles were back in action in the 5th annual Smashcancer match with WIC East foe Edgewood. The Eagles came out ready to play and held their own against a more senior team. Aaron overcame an early knee injury to defeat his opponent at No. 2 singles. Chase played about as well as I have seen him for his entire career. His serves and shot selection were outstanding. I saw a great shift in this game; he was just a shot or two of winning. Abe and Elijah had to play a team that has been together for three years and were just slightly outgunned. Their games have grown as the season has progressed. The next week for the Eagles is going to be tough — six matches in eight days.
Brown Co.: 1-9, 0-2 WIC East
Brown County 3, Lighthouse Christian Academy 1
Brown Co. (3-0-1, 2-0 WIC East): Kyle Spires 1 goal; Curtis Higgins 1 goal; Caleb Yager 1 goal; Logan Fittz 1 assist; Will Ryan 1 assist.
Brown County 5, Evansville North 2
Brown Co. (4-0-1, 2-0 WIC East): Landon Cambridge 5 goals.
Coach’s comments: The Brown County boys played Evansville North for their final game of the Hoosier Cup tournament Saturday afternoon at Karst Farm Park in Bloomington. The boys put in a terrific performance to beat EN 5-2. All five of the Eagles’ goals were scored by Landon Cambridge, who had a player-of-the-match performance and was unstoppable in both halves.
Brown County 4, Greenwood 0
Brown Co. (5-0-1, 2-0 WIC East): Logan Fittz 1 goal, 1 assist; Landon Cambridge 2 goals; Will Ryan 1 goal, 1 assist; Logan Imming 1 assist; Chris Ratzburg 1 save.
Coach’s comments: Logan Fittz scored a terrific goal from 35 yards out with 30 seconds left on the clock at the end of the first half to end that half 1-0. Landon Cambridge scored five minutes into the second half from a cross by Fittz. Cambridge scored again seven minutes later, assisted by Will Ryan. Ryan then capped off the scoring with 10 minutes remaining, assisted by Logan Imming.
Brown County 5, Trinity Lutheran 0
Brown Co. (6-0-1, 2-0 WIC East): Landon Cambridge 2 goals; Logan Imming 1 goal; Curtis Higgins 1 goal; Logan Huddleston 1 goal; Caleb Yager 1 assist; Will Ryan 1 assist; Logan Fittz 3 assists.
Coach’s comments: Brown County boys hosted Trinity Lutheran at home this evening. Landon Cambridge scored two goals in the first half, assisted by Caleb Yager, then Will Ryan. Second half scoring was opened by Logan Imming, 10 minutes in. Curtis Higgins added a goal from a corner kick. Logan Huddleston scored with 5 minutes remaining in the match. All three second-half goals were assisted by Logan Fittz.
Brown County 8, Morristown 0
Brown Co. (7-0-1, 2-0 WIC East): Ben Rygiel 2 goals, 1 assist; Will Ryan 2 goals, 3 assists; Landon Cambridge 2 goals, 1 assist; Caleb Yager 2 goal; Jeffrey Reynolds 1 goal; Logan Fittz 2 assists.
Brown County 5, Owen Valley 0
Brown Co. (8-0-1, 3-0 WIC East): Landon Cambridge 4 goals; Will Ryan 1 goal, 2 assists; Logan Fittz 2 assists; Aiden Johnson 1 assist; Chris Ratzburg 2 saves.
Coach’s comments: The Brown County boys visited Owen Valley this morning. Landon Cambridge scored four times in the first half, with two assists from Will Ryan and one each from Logan Fittz and Aiden Johnson. Ryan scored one goal in the second half, assisted by Fittz. The second half saw each of the players get some good time on the field, with Logan Huddleston and Ricky Stanley showing up strong.
Jennings County 4, Brown County 1
Brown Co.: Maddy Westcott 1 goal; Skylar Fleischman 4 saves.
Brown County 0, Edgewood no score
Brown Co. (3-4-1, 1-0-1 WIC East): Skylar Fleischman 12 saves; 6 total shots.
Trinity Lutheran 4, Brown County 1
Brown Co. (3-5-1, 1-0-1 WIC East): Leah Tucker 1 goal.
PARKS AND REC SOCCER
Sharks 4, BC United 2
PARKS AND REC SOFTBALL
Team Butler 23, Team Imming 9
Untouchables 12, Hamilton Construction 8