Local sports roundup – August 31



Freshman leads Owls in tri-meet event


The Seymour girls golf team shot a 212 while Bedford North Lawrence totaled 172 at Otis Park on Tuesday.

Mitchell didn’t have enough players to score as a team.

Bedford North Lawrence’s Bailee Gilmore claimed medalist with a 37.

Freshman Bridget Marshall led Seymour with a 50.

Hannah Thompson shot 53, Bailey Goben scored 54, Andrea Axsom had 55, Maddie Wisler totaled 59 and Laken Waskom tallied 61 for the Owls.

The Owls will travel Saturday to Cascades Golf Course for the Bloomington South Invitational.


Twisters stymie Trinity’s offense

The Trinity Lutheran girls soccer team wasn’t able to get a shot off Tuesday in a 4-0 loss to Oldenburg Academy.

Oldenburg led Trinity 3-0 at half and finished with 33 shots.

Vadalis Montanez, in her first start, recorded 25 saves in goal for the Cougars.

The Cougars (1-4) play in the Batesville Invitational this weekend. Their first game is against Centerville.


Braves best nightfall, conference opponent


The Brownstown Central boys tennis team defeated Mid-Southern Conference foe Clarksville 4-1 on Tuesday.

At No. 2 singles, Ethan Carlin picked up a 6-4, 6-0 win against Clarksville’s Ethan Tacket.

Brownstown’s Ethan Wischmeier picked up the other singles win, at No. 3, by defeating Alex Taylor 6-2, 6-2.

The newly formed No. 1 doubles team of Sam Hoff and Sy Zickler swept Jonah Lemonds and Alex Spencer 6-2, 6-2.

In the No. 1 singles spot, the Braves’ Luke Cobb was in a dogfight with Griffin Foley.

After losing the first set 7-5, Cobb won a second set tiebreaker 7-1.

Due to darkness they played a super tie breaker, which went to Foley 10-4 for the third sent.

The Generals forfeited at the No. 2 doubles position.

Friday, the Braves (3-2) travel to Seymour.


Sophomore, senior pace Owls vs. Devils


Seymour’s boys soccer team defeated Jeffersonville 2-1 on Tuesday in a Hoosier Hills Conference matchup.

Sophomore Daniel Hartman and senior Mason Pottschmidt accounted for the Owls’ goals.

Pottschmidt and Ethan Greene were credited the assists.

The Owls out-shot the Red Devils 16-10 and SHS keeper Elliott Clark had four saves.

Seymour (5-0, 2-0 HHC) will host Franklin Community on Saturday.


Hornets lose tight match vs. Lighthouse


The Medora volleyball team lost a marathon match to Bloomington Lighthouse 25-10, 15-25, 14-25, 25-18, 16-14 on Tuesday.

Katie Stewart went 29-for-33 with five kills and Kailen Flynn finished 32-for-48 with nine kills.

Flynn led the Hornets’ serving making 28 of 31 with eight aces.

The Hornets (0-4) will host Jackson County rivals Crothersville on Thursday.


Jeffersonville too much for Owls


The Jeffersonville boys tennis team swept Seymour 5-0 on Tuesday.

At No. 2 doubles, the Owls’ Grant Handloser and Johnny Rennekamp played a match that nearly lasted three hours against Colby Kayrouz and Gerrin More.

While the Owls took the opening set 6-3, they lost the next two in 6-6 tiebreakers 7-4, 7-5.

The Owls (2-3) host Bedford North Lawrence on Thursday.

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