The BRMS track teams competed against Greenfield-Central.
For the Cubs, Michael Howery was third in the 110 hurdles. Trevor Valentine won the 100 and took third in the long jump. Owen Wiles won the 400. Ira Griffith placed second in the 800. Jacob Kirchoff finished third in the 1600. Wiles was second in the 200 with Cameraon Humphery third. Brandon Storm won the shot put and discus events. Rufus Noe was first in the high jump with Kameron Marshall and Griffith tied for third.
For the Lady Cubs, Carlie Ford took second in the 100 hurdles. Summer Bowling was third in the 100. Shannon Dougherty took third in the 800. Christy Griffith won the 1600 with Katlyn Keim second. Corey Johnson finished second in the 200 with Emily Duncan third. Brittany Kuhn won the discsu with Morgan Meyer third. Griffith also won the high jump with Dougherty third.
The BRMS golf team opened the season with a 201-211 victory over Connersville. Cole Carmony was the medalist with a 41. Hunter Jones was next for the Cubs with 50 followed by Tyce Nichols 52, Lance Beard 53, Ethan Zeisloft 58, Carter Payne 62, Chris Holland 63, Cody Howe 63, Florian Boyer 64 and Nick Komlanc 71.
The Lion golf team was defeated by Shenandoah 178-220.
Rushville’s Christian Gosser was the medalist with 45 – breaking his personal best by six strokes.
“Christian played his best round ever and it was a great score on the back nine for a sophomore,” Coach Evans noted.
Kyle Hewitt was next for the Lions with 54. Brandon Slaton had a 58.
Other scores for the Lions included Curtis Wright 63, Tanner Koors 64, George Truster 65, Zachary Roszell 61, Trenton Herbert 62, Will Thoman 63 (personal best) and Dalton Hornaday 64 (personal best).
Morton loses control in loss to Reds
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Poor control and the inability to hold runners might for a bad combination for Charlie Morton.
The Pirates’ right-hander remained winless in five starts this season as he walked five batters in six innings and allowed the Reds to steal four bases in Cincinnati’s 5-2 win over Pittsburgh on Wednesday night.