Local sports roundup – September 21


Cougars drop game to Indy Lutheran

The Trinity Lutheran boys soccer team couldn’t muster a goal in a 4-0 home loss to Indianapolis Lutheran on Saturday.

In the first half, the Saints offense was sharp, tallying three scores.

The Cougars defense stepped up in the final 40 minutes, giving up just one goal.

The Saints outshot the Cougars 20-5 on the morning, and Luke Onken recorded 10 saves in goal.

Tonight, the Cougars (3-6-2) will host Milan for Senior Night.


Owls draw with Salem

The Seymour girls soccer team tied Salem 1-1 on Saturday.

Marie Lenart netted the lone Owls goal, unassisted, on the morning.

The Lions outshot the Owls 21-7.

Tuesday, the Owls (3-6-3, 0-2 Hoosier Hills Conference) will host Jennings County.

Cougars game canceled

The Trinity Lutheran home game against Madison, scheduled for Saturday, was canceled.


Carlin and Hoff claim title

The Brownstown Central boys tennis team concluded play at the Scottsburg Invitational on Saturday, and one doubles team came out on top.

The No. 1 doubles tandem of Riley Carlin and Sam Hoff defeated Henryville 6-2, 7-6 (6) and Franklin 6-3, 7-6 (4) to finish first in the competition.

Sy Zickler and Ethan Carlin finished in second at the tourney, in the No. 2 doubles spot, by defeating Scottsburg 6-0, 6-0 prior to falling to Franklin 6-4, 4-6, 6-4.

Zickler and Carlin were undefeated together up until their match against Franklin.

At No. 1 singles, the Braves’ Lute Lahrman dropped a quarterfinals match to Austin’s Brisen Turner 6-2, 7-5 but came out on top in the consolation bracket 7-6, 2-6, 11-9 in a super-tiebreak thriller.

The Braves’ Cole Brock at No. 2 singles and Kent Criminger at No. 3 singles failed to register a win in their two matches on Day 2.

Trinity takes third

WALDRON — Trinity Lutheran bounced back from a 4-1 loss to Waldron by beating Anderson Prep 5-0 to finish third in the Waldron Invitational on Saturday.

Tanner Prewitt at No. 3 singles won both of his matches for the Cougars (3-9).

Andrew Rodriguez at No. 1 singles, Jonathan Keith at No. 2 singles, Matt Stuckwisch and Bailey Baker at No. 1 doubles and Hunter Morgan and Pierce McCammon at No. 2 doubles all won against Anderson Prep.


Crothersville, Medora take on Henryville Tournament

HENRYVILLE — The Crothersville volleyball team placed second after going 2-1 in the Henryville Tournament on Saturday.

The Tigers opened play with a 25-23, 26-24 win against Medora.

Medora’s Destiny Barr went 13 of 15 with three kills, while the Tigers’ Katrina Christian made 10 hits on 11 attempts with a kill.

The Hornets were able to pick up a 25-21, 25-22 win against Lanesville before falling to North Daviess 27-25, 25-11.

In their victory, the Hornets’ Avery Carney was 9 for 9 hitting with three kills while make all 10 of her serves with an ace.

The Tigers defeated Lanesville 25-14, 25-21 in pool play before falling to Henryville 25-17, 25-12 in the championship.

On the day, the Tigers went 113 of 124 hitting and 91 of 116 serving with 12 kills and 23 aces.

The Hornets (5-10) will host Eastern while the Tigers (6-8) head to Trinity Lutheran on Tuesday.

Braves go 1-3 at New Albany

NEW ALBANY — The Brownstown Central volleyball team faced stiff competition at the New Albany Tournament, finishing 1-3 on Saturday.

The Braves were able to pick up a 25-23, 25-21 win against Castle.

Danielle Meyer led the Braves’ hitting in the victory going 19 of 22 with 10 kills, while Morgan Wehmiller made 13 hits on 17 tries with seven kills.

The Braves fell to Jasper 29-27, 25-22; Silver Creek 25-17, 25-17; and Floyd Central 25-12, 25-17 in the tournament.