Local sports roundup – February 13



Rebels defeat Hornets

Medora combined for 14 points in the second and third quarters in a 64-36 loss to Southwestern (Hanover) on Saturday.

In the first quarter, the Hornets’ Brandon Moore and Hunter Browning hit 3-pointers to tie the game at 6-6 with 3:13 on the clock.

J.D. Fish added a basket and Moore sank another three, but the Hornets (2-17) trailed 14-11 after eight minutes.

Before the half, the Hornets scored just five points while giving up 13 to the Rebels.

The Rebels (9-9) exploded for 22 points in the third quarter while limiting the Hornets to nine.

Leading 49-25 after 24 minutes, the Rebels cruised to the win.

Moore led the Hornets with 21 points on six made 3-pointers and Browning added 11.


Owls runner-up at invite

With 104.425 points, Seymour placed second of 11 teams at the Bloomington North Invitational on Saturday.

Bloomington South led all teams at 109.20.

“The girls had a great day and bringing home second place reflects that,” Owls coach Angie Mellencamp said. “The girls continue to make improvements weekly and it is reflected in our team score.

Seymour’s Kellsye Warner placed second in the all-around with 36.35 and Avery DeHart finished fifth at 35.025.

Warner got first on the beam (9.45), third for floor (9.25), fourth on the bars (8.9) and ninth in vault (8.75).

DeHart had strong performances on the vault (third, 91.25), beam (fourth, 9.225) and floor (9.025).

“Going into the meet today we were not ranked to bring home the second place trophy,” Mellencamp said.  “However along with working to gain extra points the girls are becoming more consistent in their performances.

The consistency is gaining them confidence and you can see it in their execution.  I am very proud of this team and the girls for continuing to work for every little tenth they can gain.”

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