Local sports roundup – September 9

Tuesday’s prep


Tribune staff reports


Cougars fall to Bulldogs after close first half


Despite a 1-1 score at intermission, the Trinity Lutheran boys soccer team couldn’t find the back of the net in the second half at New Albany.

The Bulldogs tallied three more goals on their home turf to come away with a 4-1 victory Tuesday.

Bobby Tabeling netted the lone Cougars goal off an assist from Chris Rust.

In goal, Luke Onken recorded eight saves for the Cougars.

Today, the Cougars (1-4-1) will travel to Rising Sun for makeup game.


Owls make comeback, tie with Greensburg


The Seymour girls soccer team was able to dig itself out of a 3-0 hole by scoring three goals in the second half at Greensburg on Tuesday.

Maria Cerda accounted for two unassisted goals, and Marie Lenart tallied a score off an assist by Liz Davis for the Owls.

The Owls outshot Greensburg 18-6 on the game.

The Owls’ Rachel Collett collected three saves in goal.

Thursday, the Owls (3-3-1) travel to New Albany for a Hoosier-Hills Conference matchup.


Bulldogs drop Owls 5-0 at Hoosier Hills tourney


The New Albany boys tennis team swept Seymour 5-0 on Tuesday in a Hoosier Hills Conference matchup.

At No. 1 singles, the Owls’ Alex Berry faced a tough opponent in Logan Charbenau, and fell 6-1, 6-0.

Ty McCory had to default his No. 2 singles match to Rohan Reddy due to an ankle injury.

Adam Berry fell to the Bulldogs’ Nolan Kneeler 6-1, 6-4 despite a strong second set effort.

Following a close 7-6 (3) first set loss, Grant Handloser and Josiah Rudge dropped their match to Jacob Stevens and Nathan Johnson 6-2 in set two.

Sam Voss and Hao Li fell to the Bulldogs’ Jacob Stevens and Nathan Johnson 6-3, 6-2 in No. 2 doubles play.

The Owls (1-6) will host Madison on Thursday.