Local sports roundup – September 25


Owls nab ninth win


The Seymour boys soccer team shut-out Shawe Memorial in a 3-0 victory Thursday.

Up 2-0 at half, the Owls attack kept pressing to put the game out of reach with another goal in the final 40 minutes.

Korey White scored the Owls’ first goal off an assist by Renato Castillo, Martin Sebastian netted a score unassisted and Kyle Jones found the back of the net off a pass from Daniel Hartman on the night.

The Owls out-shot Shawe 20-8 and Elliott Clark recorded two saves in goal.

Tuesday, the Owls (9-4-1, 2-2-1 Hoosier Hills Conference) will travel to Columbus North.


Hauser tops Trinity


The Trinity Lutheran volleyball team fell to Hauser 25-22, 23-25, 25-23, 25-18 in a strongly contested match Thursday.

Haylee Barker led the Cougars’ attack with 22 hits on 24 attempts and 10 kills while Hailley Peters was 17 for 20 with seven kills.

The Cougars finished with 99 hits on 117 attempts and 44 kills on the night.

Serving, Barker led the team by making all 21 attempts with three aces.

Hayley Carter was 18 of 19 with an ace and Whitney Rogers made 13 serves on 14 tries for the Cougars.

The Cougars (10-8) will host their annual ‘Cougar Cup’ on Saturday.

Hornets fall to Orleans


The Medora volleyball team was able to win a single game in a 27-25, 13-25, 25-19, 25-10 loss to Orleans on Thursday.

Megan Weddell had 32 hits and nine kills and Avery Carney made 14 serves on 15 attempts with one ace to lead the Hornets.

The Hornets went 84 of 100 with 26 kills hitting and 67 of 74 with three aces.

Thursday, the Hornets (5-12) will host Jackson County rival Crothersville.


Tigers run at Paoli


Led by a second place finish from Breanna Barger (22:29), the Crothersville girls cross-country team placed second overall at the Paoli Invitational on Thursday.

Next for the Tigers was Tristan Maschino who clocked 25:42 for eighth.

The Tigers’ Piper Hensley claimed 16th in 26:37, Torri Boldery ran a 36:32 for 35th,Claudia Henry placed 37th in 37:38 and Alisha Basil finished 38th in 38:30.

On the boys side, the Tigers finished seventh on the afternoon.

Lane Wienhorst finished 19th in 20:51 to lead the Tigers.

Braydee Gillis was 42nd in 23:34 and Matt Wilburn clocked 24:41 for 48th.

The Tigers’ Codi McDonald was 51st in 25:19 and Chandler Niehause was right behind at 25:21 while Rafael Niem claimed 58th in 26:27.


Roark nets hat trick in win


Trinity Lutheran sophomore Maddie Roark tallied her sixth hat trick of the season in a 3-1 victory at Indianapolis Northwest on Thursday.

Trailing 1-0 at half, Roark helped the Cougars manage the deficit by tallying all three of her goals in the final 40 minutes.

Roark now has 26 goals on the season, tied four ninth best in the state.

In goal, Piper Acton collected three assists for the Cougars.

Trinity out-shot Northwest 18-5 on the evening.

The Cougars (6-6) will host Southwestern (Hanover) on Monday.

Owls top Jeffersonville


The Seymour girls soccer team picked-up their second Hoosier Hills Conference win on the week in a 4-0 victory against Jeffersonville on Wednesday.

The Owls’ Marie Lenart tallied two goals while Maria Cerda and Andrea Ferrer each notched a goal apiece.

Elizabeth Davis, Abi Beed and Cerda were credited with assists on the scores.

In goal, Rachel Collett recorded her third shutout on the season with two saves.

The Owls (5-6-3, 2-2 HHC) will play at Franklin Community on Saturday.