Local sports roundup – February 7



Medora dropped by Indiana Deaf


The Medora boys basketball team fell to Indiana School for the Deaf 51-39 on Friday.

In the first quarter, the Deaf Hoosiers took an early 14-7 lead.

However, the Hornets battled back to narrow the gap to 21-17 at halftime.

The third quarter saw the Deaf Hoosiers outscore the Hornets 16-9, as they went on to capture their third- traight win.

Jalen Beesley led the Hornets with 12 points while Brandon Moore added six and Kam Flynn and Chase Booker each notched five.

Moore and Austin Fish led the Hornets on the boards with five rebounds a piece of their team’s 20 rebounds.

The Hornets (6-13) will travel to Crothersville tonight.

Seymour snaps HHC losing streak


The Seymour boys basketball team broke a 20-game losing streak in Hoosier Hills Conference play with a 72-65 victory at Madison on Friday.

In the first quarter, the Owls took an early 19-14 lead before exploding for 20 points before halftime.

Following a 39-27 lead at intermission, the Owls allowed 28 points while scoring 15 of their own in the third quarter.

The Owls buckled-in and earned the victory by holding the Cubs to 10 points in the final eight minutes of play.

Junior Toriek Miller led the Owls with 31 points and Ty Christensen netted a career-high 21 points on seven made 3-pointers.

Isaiah Thomas led the Owls on the boards with eight of his team’s 30 rebounds.

This was also the first HHC win for second-year Owls coach Kyle Clough.

The Owls (6-11) will host Salem tonight.

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