Sports Briefs

Jan. 30—GJHS boys basketball

Greensburg's eighth grade boys basketball team finished up the season playing in the Greensburg 4-way tourney. The young Pirates finishing as runner-up.

The Pirates played Shelbyville in the 9 a.m. game, winning in overtime 46-41.

Stats for game included Max Buening 19 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals; Matthew Fields 13 points, 9 rebounds; Colt McCalvin 7 points; Sam Crowell 3 points, 2 rebounds, 3 steals; Mason Herpel 2 points, 3 rebounds; and Levi Mucherheide 2 points, 2 rebounds.

The young Pirates lost the championship game to a very good Columbus North team 29-24.

Stats for the game included Buening 10 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals; Fields 4 points, 3 rebounds; Crowell 4 points, 4 rebounds; McCalvin 4 points, 2 rebounds; Mucherheide 2 points, 6 rebounds; and Herpel 3 rebounds.

The young Pirates finished the season 16-8.

"The future is bright and it's been a great bunch of kids to work with this season. Thanks to the parents and all the fans," Coach Robbins noted.

BRMS boys basketball

The Benjamin Rush Middle School boys basketball teams traveled to Greensburg to compete in the 4-way tourney Saturday.

The seventh grade Cubs took on Columbus Northside and were defeated by the score of 45-21. Brian Muir lead the Cubs in scoring with nine points. Aiden Kamman had four points and four rebounds. Ellis Herbert and Logan Gordon both scored three points. Finn Schutz rounded out the scoring with two points. The seventh grade Cubs finished their season with a record of 3-17.

The eighth grade Cubs also fell to Columbus Northside by the score of 42-22. Braydin Pease led the Cubs with seven points. Ryder Flannery added five points and three steals. Abel Coon had four points. Hudson Schutz and Chase Hunt had two points each. The eighth grade Cubs finished the season with a record of 9-11.

North C-Team

The Chargers C-Team played the final home game of the year against the Oldenburg Twisters. The Chargers had a slow start, only scoring four points on a 3-pointer by Conner Goolsby and a free through by Gage Gabbard. The Chargers went into halftime with a 23-4 deficit.

In the second half, Harper Gunn and Aiden Luttel both scored four points. Hudson Muckerheide hit a 3-pointer and Hayden Teague hit a deep bucket. The Chargers lost the game 42-17.

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