Local sports roundup – October 5


Boys tennis

Seymour Sectional title match rescheduled

The championship match of the Seymour Sectional will be played at 4:30 p.m. today.

On Friday, Seymour and Brownstown Central were tied at 1 when the match was halted because of the weather.

The winner of the match will play Columbus North in the Bloomington North Regional at 5 p.m. Tuesday.


Tigers split matches against Scottsburg


After dropping a three-setter to host Scottsburg on Saturday, the Crothersville volleyball team battled past Switzerland County in five sets to settle for a split.

Scottsburg defeated the Tigers 25-15, 25-18, 25-9, while Crothersville outlasted the Pacers 20-25, 25-19, 21-25, 25-23, 18-16.

Maddie Riley led the Tigers (9-13) with solid day of hitting, going 37 of 40 with 17 kills, and was a perfect 26 of 26 in serving.

Katrina Christian registered a team-high nine aces and had eight kills, while Lacey Hall added nine kills.


Two Medora runners compete in invitational


Medora had two runners in Saturday’s Crusader Invitational at Ceraland in Columbus.

Matthew Jones placed 13th out of 32 runners with a time of 20:30, while Zac Thompson finished 16th in 21:11.

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