Scoreboard for Nov. 25-Dec. 3

BOYS BASKETBALL

Varsity

Nov. 25

Brown County 54, Loogootee 46

BC: 6 19 15 14 — 54

L: 11 12 10 13 — 46

Brown Co. (1-1): Keefauver 6 FG, 3-3 FT, 15 TP; Carter 5 FG, 4-6 FT, 14 TP; Scully 2 FG, 1-2 FT, 6 TP; Yager 3 FG, 6-8 FT, 15 TP; Ely 2-2 FT, 2 TP; McPheeters 1 FG, 2 TP.

Linton 68, Brown County 45

L: 12 21 17 18 — 68

BC: 11 8 11 15 — 45

Brown Co. (2-1): Heminger 2 FG, 4TP; Keefauver 5 FG, 5-6 FT, 17 TP; Carter 4 FG, 9 TP; Scully 5 FG, 12 TP; Ely 3-4 FT, 3 TP.

Dec. 1

Eastern Greene 55, Brown County 52

EG: 15 15 8 17 — 55

BC: 13 12 17 10 — 52

Brown Co.: Heminger 3 FG, 7 TP; Keefauver 8 FG, 17 TP; Carter 4 FG, 0-2 FT, 9 TP; Scully 6 FG, 14 TP; Yager 1 FG, 1-2 FT, 3 TP; McPheeters 1 FG, 2 TP.

JV

Dec. 1

Brown County 39, Eastern Greene 36

Freshmen

Nov. 27

Brown County 48, Indian Creek 22

Coach’s comments: The freshman Eagles got their first win of the season over WIC foe and rival Indian Creek. The Eagles used a very strong defensive effort to lead to easy transition baskets. Ricky Stanley led the Eagles with 26 points followed by AJ Weis and Nolan Patterson with 8 each. The Eagles focused on crashing the boards to get rebounds and Dalton Hedrick led the Eagles with 8. Overall, it was a very good effort by the entire team. The Eagles will host Bloomington South on Wednesday at the Larry C. Banks Memorial Gymnasium at 6 p.m.

Nov. 30

Bloomington South 52, Brown County 14

Coach’s comments: The Eagles fell to the Panthers of Bloomington South at Larry C. Banks Memorial Gymnasium tonight 14-52. The Eagles were co-led in scoring by Nolan Patterson and Ricky Stanley with 6 points each. The Eagles will travel to Edinburgh to take on the Lancers on Thursday.

Dec. 3

Cascade 45, Brown County 32

Coach’s comments: The Eagles were defeated by the cadets from Cascade Saturday night 45 to 32. This was the fourth game of the week for the freshman eagles. Nolan Patterson led the Eagles with 10 points, followed by Noah Cochran and Ricky Stanley with 7 each. The Eagles will be back in action on Monday night as they travel to Columbus East to face the Olympians.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Nov. 28

Mitchell 54, Brown County 49

M: 16 11 12 15 — 54

BC: 12 11 15 11 — 49

Brown Co. (3-3, 0-0 WIC East): Dasia Wilkerson 3 FG, 1-2 FT, 7 pts.; Allison Stogsdill 3 FG, 2-3 FT, 12 pts.; Anna Fleetwood 1 FG, 1-3 FT, 5 pts.; Aubrey Hollander 2 FG, 6-7 FT, 10 pts.; Gracie Matlock 3 FG, 2-9 FT, 8 pts.; Savannah Lovins 3 FG, 6 pts.; Abigail Hollander 1-2 FT, 1 pt.; Kathleen McCann 0-2 FT.

Coach’s comments: The Eagles and Mitchell squared off in a battle that stayed close throughout the entire contest. Mitchell claimed the early lead with a 4-point advantage heading into the second quarter. They extended that lead to 9 before Brown County ended the half on a 9-4 run to close within 4. Neither team could escape the other in a very tightly contested second half which saw the Eagles tie the score on multiple occasions. But Mitchell had a response each time to take the lead back. In the end, the struggles from the field and from the free-throw line were too much to overcome for Brown County as they fell to the Bluejackets.

Nov. 30

Brown County 53, White River Valley 47

BC: 10 13 15 15 — 53

WRV: 11 9 17 10 — 47

Brown Co. (4-3, 0-0 WIC East): Dasia Wilkerson 2 FG, 4-4 FT, 8 pts.; Allison Stogsdill 4 FG, 2-6 FT, 10 pts.; Anna Fleetwood 1-2 FT, 1 pt.; Aubrey Hollander 4 FG, 2-3 FT, 10 pts.; Gracie Matlock 2 FG, 6-8 FT, 10 pts.; Abigail Hollander 12 pts.; Savannah Lovins 1 FG, 2 pts.

Coach’s comments: The Eagles pulled out a hard-fought win over host White River Valley 53 to 47. Brown County turned a slim first-quarter deficit into a 3-point halftime advantage behind Abigail Hollander’s three 3s in the second quarter. The Eagles held a slim, 1-point advantage heading into the fourth quarter and was able to stretch that into a two-possession advantage and keep it there with solid free throw shooting down the stretch. Next up for Brown County is a contest with conference foe Cascade on Saturday.

Dec. 2

Cascade 61, Brown County 53

C: 15 13 21 12 — 61

BC: 21 13 11 8 — 53

Brown Co. (4-4, 0-1 WIC East): Dasia Wilkerson 1 FG, 1-4 FT, 6 pts.; Allison Stogsdill 3-3 FG, 3-4 FT, 12 pts.; Anna Fleetwood 2 FG, 4 pts.; Aubrey Hollander 2 FG, 1-2 FT, 5 pts.; Gracie Matlock 7 FG, 5-9 FT, 19 pts.; Savannah Lovins 2 FG, 1-2 FT, 5 pts.; Kathleen McCann 1 FG, 2 pts.

Coach’s comments: The Eagles came out strong against a talented Cascade squad, but a late surge in the second half gave the Cadets just enough room to breathe and come away with the win. Brown County opened the game with a strong first quarter to take the early lead. Cascade made a run at them to take a 1-point lead midway through the second quarter, but Brown County closed the half on a 9-2 run to take a 6-point lead into halftime. The Cadets made another run at the Lady Eagles in the third quarter to gain a 4-point advantage headed into the final period. Brown County battled hard down the stretch and only trailed by 4 with just under a minute to go, but Cascade knocked down just enough free throws to secure the win. Next up for Brown County is a trip to Eastern Greene on Tuesday.

PARKS AND REC BASKETBALL

Dec. 3

1st-2nd grade

Badgers 30, Warriors 24

Hoosiers 22, Eagles 20

3rd-4th grade

BC Buckeyes 70, Eagles 6

BC: 14 14 26 16 — 70

E: 2 2 0 2 — 6

BC: Jaxon Edds 10, Cash Harden 16, Nate Nash 16, Eli Wrightsman 20, Brayden Hill 2-2 FT, Haylee Snyder 6

E: William Richards 2, Cohen Farmer 2, Della Hitchcock 0-2 FT, Abel Cromer 2

Bullets 30, Crimson Storm 6

B: 4 6 12 8 — 30

CS: 0 4 0 2 — 6

B: Brayden Olmstead 2, Evan Roberson 6, Waylon Reeves 8, Haylee Darnell 10, Cameron Eddins 4

CS: Carter Adams 6, 0-2 FT; Braylin Smith 0-2 FT

WRESTLING

Nov. 22

Edgewood Invite

Edgewood 61, Brown County 12

New Albany 61, Brown County 15

Bloomington North 46, Brown County 27

Floyd Central 57, Brown County 21

Brown County 66, West Washington 12

Coach’s comments: A few highlights from the day include sophomore David Tucker (113) finishing 4-1, junior Bryce Denton (132) finishing 4-1, and senior Levi Mullins (195) finishing 4-1. Senior Katlyn Butcher also joined the Eagles, starting at 106. Despite the losing record, the team remained positive noting the improvement in overall team scores since last year. In addition, the Eagles had five wrestlers in a junior varsity tournament. This is a huge improvement since last year where the Eagles struggled with numbers.

Nov. 28

Jennings County 51, Brown County 22

Coach’s comments: The Brown County Eagles lost to the Jennings County Panthers 22-51. Despite the team loss, several Eagles wrestled very well. Wrestlers getting falls for the Eagles included seniors Justin Burns (160) and Matthew Duncan (HWT). Also picking up wins for the Eagles were sophomore Kenny Eason (126), junior Bryce Denton (132) and senior Levi Mullins (195).