Local sports roundup – August 30



Owls win HHC opener


Maddie Roark recorded a hat-trick in a 3-1 Hoosier Hills Conference win at Jeffersonville Tuesday.

The Owls led 2-1 at half, and Kristina Griffin assisted Roark on the second goal for Seymour.

Twenty minutes into the game, the Owls were handed a red card due to impeding a goal — forcing them to play with 10 players for the final 60 minutes of play.

Seymour took 17 shots in the game, and Aidan Hiester recorded six saves in the net for the Owls.

Thursday, the Owls (3-0, 1-0 HHC) will host Batesville.


Owls edge Jeff

In his first-ever varsity start, Seymour junior Blaine Spivey made the most of his opportunity.

Spivey netted three goals in a 3-2 Hoosier Hills Conference victory over Jeffersonville Tuesday.

Spivey scored his first two goals in the first 14 minutes of the game off assists by Daniel Hartman and Cole Fosbrink to put the Owls up 2-0.

With 12 minutes left in the half, Jeff converted a penalty kick to cut the deficit to 2-1 at the break.

Jeff came out strong in the second half, knotting the game at 2-2 within the first minute.

Spivey completed his hat-trick with 4:51 to play on another Fosbrink assist.

Elliott Clark grabbed seven saves for the Owls, who were out-shot 16-15.

Seymour is still without a loss at 6-0-1 on the season, and also moved to 1-0-1 in HHC play.

The Owls play at Franklin Community Saturday.


Cougars sweep Raiders


Trinity Lutheran didn’t drop a set in a 25-19, 25-18, 25-23 win at South Ripley on Tuesday.

Abby Schult led the Cougars (5-4) with nine kills and Hannah Sabotin had eight.

Courtney Barker topped Trinity with 20 assists and Sami Newmister extended for nine digs.

The Cougars will play at Christian Academy on Thursday.


Owls drop conference match

Jeffersonville blanked Seymour 5-0 in a Hoosier Hillls Conference match Tuesday.

Adam Berry scored the most games for the Owls at No. 2 singles, falling 6-3, 6-0 to Jerid Imman.

SHS (1-2, 1-1 HHC) plays at Bedford North Lawrence on Thursday.


Braves win at Western Hills


Brownstown Central scored 181 strokes to beat Paoli (220) and Christian Academy of Indiana (246) Tuesday at Western Hills Golf Course.

Salem and Eastern (Pekin) also took to the links, but didn’t have enough players to score as a team.

Emma Zabor led Brownstown Central with a medalist score of six-over-par 42.

KaCee Collins was next for the Braves with a 45, Regan Campbell shot 46, Shelby Stuckwisch carded 48 and Ashley Schroer scored 53.

Brownstown plays Mitchell at Stone Crest Golf Community on Thursday.

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