Local sports roundup – September 16



Hornets win in three


Medora didn’t drop a set in a 25-16, 25-21, 25-14 win at Lighthouse Christian Academy on Friday.

Kailen Flynn led the Hornets’ attack with five kills and Lillie Hatfield added three.

Flynn served up seven of the Hornets’ 16 total saves.

The Hornets (5-7) will play in the Henryville Invitational today.

Owls fall in four

Seymour fell to Southport 15-25, 25-18, 25-13, 25-17 on Thursday.

Naemi Farkas had 23 kills, and Sophia Stahl totaled 22 assists for SHS.

The Owls’ Emily Corcoran amassed 31 digs and Jessica Blevins recorded three aces.

Today, Seymour (2-16) travels to Franklin.

Tigers lose SAC match


Crothersville fell to Southern Athletic Conference foe South Central 25-22, 25-22, 21-25, 25-14 on Thursday.

Maddie Riley had 28 of the Tigers’ 58 hits and totaled 13 kills. Bekah Cook had three kills for CHS.

Today, the Tigers (2-10) will play at the Henryville Invitational.


Cougars blanked by Lions


Salem held Trinity Lutheran scoreless in a 3-0 win Thursday.

The Lions outshot the Cougars 19-7 in the game.

In goal, Vidalis Montanez recorded 12 saves for the Cougars.

Trinity (5-6) will host Southwestern (Shelby) on Tuesday.

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